The Fridge

Eating clean shouldn’t mean deleting carbs from your diet, or subsisting on hard-boiled eggs and protein shakes. It’s all about eating what you love in a healthy way. Get the goods on how to create or modify a nutrition plan to reach your health and fitness goals.
One bite of these hearty, tangy mushroom caps and you’ll want every day to be Meatless Monday.
The Recipe Rehab host shares four tips for making sure the fish you pick is fresh.
The New York City chef shares his advice for making sophisticated comfort food at home.
Celebrity chef Danny Boome shares the secret to getting fresh-tasting grilled fish.
Props to celeb chef Rocco DiSpirito, who somehow slashed 58 grams of fat from the Italian dish.
Is sprouted grain bread the next big thing or is what you’re eating healthy enough?
Fire up the grill (or break out the grill pan). This healthy dinner is quick to prepare and packed with protein and veggies.
Make this three-step recipe, which is packed with lean protein and healthy fats.
Learn how to purchase the classic American spirit and mix the official cocktail of the Kentucky Derby.
Kick up your cocktails with ingredients like bacon, hot sauce, and jalapenos.
Craving grilled food when it’s still too chilly to stand on the porch? Learn how to grill inside without setting off the smoke alarm.
Don't fear dark meat—this recipe packs in protein, iron and flavor.
The Cooking Channel host has smart swaps to lighten up any comfort food recipe.
In this video, chef Chris Santos shows you how to take that piece of fish from plain to gourmet.
In this 5-Minute Kitchen video, Chef Chris Santos gives you his secret burger blend and easy instructions.
The chef and owner of two of New York City’s hottest restaurants shares his recipe for the perfect roast chicken.
Prone to kitchen emergencies? Food Network host and chef Robert Irvine serves up solutions to common kitchen catastrophes.
Watch this exclusive video interview with the host of Food Network's "Restaurant: Impossible" to find out how he stays fit in the kitchen and maintains massive biceps.
Iron Chef and restauranteur Geoffrey Zakarian shares his simplest kitchen tip and tells us why a strong core is an important kitchen tool.
A splash of alcohol—and maybe some wasabi or chili flakes—kicks the briny delicacy into high gear.