WATCH: How to Make Naturally-Dyed Easter Eggs

It's that time of year again! Time to decorate those eggs, and lucky for you we have one really creative, natural way to dye your Easter eggs. The trick is to "stain" your eggs with the oils from a yellow onion. Then, you dye the eggs as you would normally. The result is a classic, gilded look...
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RECIPE: Matzoh Ball Soup

The eight-day celebration of Passover begins today (April 10). Matzoh Ball Soup is a classic favorite, with vegetables, thyme and clove—subtle, yet complex, flavors in a savory delight. PREPARATION: Heat oil in a large sauce pot over medium-low heat. Add onions and, stirring occasionally, sweat...
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RECIPE: Muffuletta Sliders

Try this bayou classic to turn your dinner into an authentic Louisiana experience tonight. This muffuletta is stuffed with cheese, three kinds of meats, and a unique creole relish. PREPARATION: To make the olive relish: In a large bowl add olives, red bell peppers, Giardinara, red wine vinegar,...
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