During this period in which many of us are spending a lot more time at home, cooking has taken on a whole new meaning. It has become a way to relax, feel inspired, and, most importantly, find connection. We’ve created a space where you can come to get everything you need to feel excited about heading into the kitchen, and experience a sense of comfort while you’re at it. Welcome to the New Pantry.
Join the Stephens Family For Sunday Night Pot Roast
In the Stephens family, lifelong memories are made in the kitchen and cooking together is the language of love.
Their Mom’s Recipe Brings These Brothers Together
Before the McClary brothers moved out of their childhood home, their mother taught them how to make her go-to casserole. Years later, Sunday night dinners and this recipe keep them connected.
At this Latin Bistro, Food is Love
A heartwarming story of Bogota Latin Bistro and the couple who founded it (and were married in it!).
Chicken Soup Around The World
Whether your family cooks together, eats together, or just spends time with one another—there’s nothing like the comforting power of a shared home-cooked meal, wherever home is in the world.
Three Generations of Chefs
For the Raheb family, collaborating on recipes like their Chicken Parisienne help them feel together even when they can't be together.
In Glamma’s Kitchen, Food is Love
These chefs showed us how great family meals, and the traditions that surround them, can keep us connected.
Easy Instant Pot® Mac & Cheese
This easy mac ‘n’ cheese is about to be your new favorite meal — and the key ingredient is right in your pantry.
Grilled Cheese & Tomato Soup 4 Ways
Tomato soup and grilled cheese makes for the coziest stay-at-home meal. Here are four ways to mix up this classic comfort food duo.
Two Delicious Comfort Food Hacks
From make-your-own bread bowls, to indulgent bacon straws, it doesn’t take much to elevate your soup into a delicious and cozy event.
A Brief History of The Green Bean Casserole
The Green Bean Casserole was an honored guest at 20 million Thanksgiving dinners last year. To start cooking up classics like America’s favorite side dish, your pantry is the perfect place to start.