Home Chef How-To: Gluten-Free Thanksgiving

Gone are the days of top-hat wearing pilgrims stuffing themselves with stuffing. We have entered into new Millennial territory, my friends, where gluten-free options are sprawled across every menu. Give major thanks to these gluten-free recipes, so you don’t have…

A Brief History of Brunch

    Made famous by the women of Sex and the City, the breakfast-lunch hybrid is now prolific in every major city, beloved by yuppies, hipsters and everyone in between. It’s the one thing we look forward to after a…

A Brief History of Tacos

  We need to taco ’bout something.  From live insects wrapped in 16th century corn tortillas to the incredibly successful love child of a nacho cheese chip and America’s favorite taco, the taco’s humble beginnings expose traditions that have since…

Spooky Halloween Foods THAT AREN’T CANDY

Enough with the candy already (said no one ever). Because it’s October and man can’t survive on Reese’s peanut butter cups alone, we rounded up 10 real food Halloween options that are as satisfying as they are spooky. Grab your…

7 Ways to Eat to PB&J Everyday

Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are as American as bald eagles and bad beer. With EpiPen armed children threatening their existence, finding new ways to “PB&J” is crucial to the survival of this American staple. The only famous couple that…

A Brief History of Oktoberfest

Once upon a time in Munich, a prince married a princess. There were white horses, flower fields and doves (probably). Fast forward two centuries and the royal marriage once celebrated with Disney-spawned creatures is now celebrated with liters of beer,…

Oh. My. Gourd. (An Autumn Squash Guide)

Weird but true: nothing says fall like winter squash. So named because these hearty gourds keep during the colder months — and fun fact: actually become progressively more nutrient dense as they grow though the seasons — winter squash brightens…

How to Use Up End of Summer Farmer’s Market Finds

Smoothies, juice, and popsicles: Still drowning in strawberries and stone fruit? (Lucky!) Freeze ’em to enjoy in your morning green smoothie come winter. Or get juicing! Juice fresh melon, ginger, cucumber and lime to get your glow on, or freeze…

A Kid-approved Kitchen

Back to school means a hectic dinner in between trombone lessons and soccer practice, and last minute, uninspired school lunches… right? Not with Home Chef. We’ve rounded up five of our kid-friendliest meals, and some pretty adorable testimonials to go with…

Pumpkin Spice Err’thang

Anyone out there ready for autumn? How many days of lounging poolside, piña colada in hand, must we endure?! Honestly, when it comes to light sweaters, rich colors, clean notebooks, and warming foods, I say bring on the fall!! Amidst the…