What’s the most delicious way to use Velveeta cheese?

Velveeta gets a bad rap, and frankly, we think it’s undeserved. (The state of Texas will respectfully disagree.) The golden processed brick has actually been around in some form for a century—it was created in 1918 by Emil Frey of the Monroe Cheese Company, then sold to Kraft in 1927. Yes, the product has been…

Make omurice, the irresistible Japanese ketchup fried rice omelet—wait, come back

Japanese Western-influenced cuisine known as “yoshoku” reimagines popular Western ingredients with Japanese staples. A particularly popular dish called omurice—a contraction of ‘omelet’ and ‘rice’—is a perfect example. A stalwart of children’s menus, omurice is also a popular dish amongst Japanese home cooks and in…

Delicious ways to repurpose all that leftover ham 

The Monday following Easter is the only day each year when a person can justify a complaint about “too much ham.” (The other 364 days, there exists no such thing.) After you’ve gorged yourself on honey-baked, spiral-glazed slices all weekend, it seems there’s still a formidable stack in the fridge. Sandwiches are the…