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It's Greek to Me: 25 Recipes That Bring Greece to Your Kitchen — Greek Recipes from The Kitchn  

If you're itching for a vacation, we'd like to suggest Greece. Don't worry about the airfare, though — it's possible to get whisked away to the balmy Mediterranean without even leaving your kitchen. The most famous flavors of Greece — tangy feta, colorful vegetables, peppery olive oil, loads of fresh herbs — are so distinctive that bringing them to the table is a trip in itself. We rounded up a slew of Greek and Greek-inspired recipes to get you on your way to a sunny culinary ...

2017-12-19 15:00:00
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4 Beauty Products You Should Actually Be Storing in the Fridge — Apartment Therapy  

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2017-12-18 13:45:00
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Our Best Tips for Finding More Storage in Any Kitchen — The Best of 2017  

As far as we're concerned, there can never be too many stories about storing stuff in the kitchen. Unlike whisks, we say the more stories the merrier! This year, we wrote about a bunch of smart hacks and tips for creating more storage space in any kitchen. Here are some of our best. READ MORE »

2017-12-18 13:30:00
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Here's the Most Popular Grocery Store in Every State — Food News  

We all have our favorite grocery stores around town. Maybe it's the staff, the quality of produce, or the fact that they have daycare. Whatever the reason may be, there's a good chance you shop at one more than another. The question is, are you shopping the same place everyone else is? READ MORE »

2017-12-18 13:15:00
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5 Important Things to Know About Making Sugar Cookies — Tips from The Kitchn  

There's perhaps nothing more classic than baking sugar cookies for the holidays and decorating them with plenty of icing. While the cookies are simple to make, there are a few tips and tricks to keep in mind that will ensure you bake your best batch ever. Here are five things to remember when you head into the kitchen. READ MORE »

2017-12-18 13:00:00
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How To Make Slow Cooker Spiced Nuts: The Essential Method — Make More Good  

Spiced nuts are a classic holiday gift for coworkers and a handy snack to have on hand when neighbors stop for a nip of nog. Although they can be savory, roasted with herbs and garlic, I love a sweet, vanilla-infused handful of nuts encrusted in a sugary glaze. For the good stuff, you can spend what feels like half a week's salary on store-bought spiced nuts, repackaging them in the hopes of passing them off as homemade. You could even risk burning them in the oven. Instead

2017-12-18 12:45:00
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10 Things We Learned About Washing Dishes This Year — The Best of 2017  

We developed and published around 900 recipes this year. So you better believe we had a boatload of dishes to wash. It wasn't all that bad, though, because we've written about ways to make it more efficient and enjoyable. Here's everything we learned about washing dishes this year. READ MORE »

2017-12-18 12:30:00
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20 Crowd-Pleasing Breakfast Casseroles for Christmas Morning — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Christmas morning is always a feast for the senses. The smell of the tree, the hum of holiday music, and now the rich and welcoming smell of a fresh-out-of-the-oven casserole. It's the cozy breakfast, often with make-ahead potential, perfect for feeding a crowd of any size, big or small. From a citrus and maple French toast casserole to a ham and cheese strata with a twist, here are 20 breakfast casseroles to make and serve at this year's Christmas brunch. READ MORE »

2017-12-18 11:00:00
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Everything We Learned About Costco in 2017 — The Best of 2017  

The only person who loves Costco more than us is you. As much as we all go there, there's still plenty to learn about the warehouse store. Whether we were uncovering new-to-us grocery items or catching up the latest big announcements, there was a lot to talk about in the world of Costco this year. Here are the highlights. READ MORE »

2017-12-18 10:30:00
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Recipe: Make-Ahead Eggnog French Toast Casserole — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Every single holiday season, without fail, this happens: I get a deep craving for eggnog, resist until I can't resist any longer, buy a carton, pour myself a small glass, and find satisfaction in just a few sips. The problem is I leave myself with the majority of the carton left over after I've fulfilled my craving. What the heck do I do with all the rest? That's when I end up scouring the internet for recipes using the remainder. Here's the recipe I'll now turn to. This French toa

2017-12-18 10:00:00
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This $13 Kitchen Essential Is Perfect for You — And Stuffing Stockings — Amazon Deal of the Day  

Whether you're hosting Christmas dinner and totally forgot some key items or you're still looking for some last-minute presents to stuff into a stocking, you know that Amazon is going to be one of your best bets. How many other retailers can really guarantee on-time delivery? Head to the site now to order gifts and necessities. Something that could count as both? This Expandable Trivet by Joseph Joseph, which is currently on sale. READ MORE »

2017-12-18 09:45:00
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Here's What to Do with All Your Reusable Shopping Bags — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

I have to say, whenever I remember to bring my reusable shopping bags to the grocery store or farmers market, I feel like I am just about saving the world. I make a big fuss out of telling the cashier that I have them and wait eagerly for a verbal pat on the back for being such a stellar citizen (although I typically get a response along the lines of okay). The whole way home, I feel super proud of myself. And how often, as an adult, do you really get to feel that way? Here's the

2017-12-18 09:30:00
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Our Favorite Ways to Hide an Ugly Microwave in Your Kitchen — Apartment Therapy  

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2017-12-18 09:15:00
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Recipe: Soft & Chewy Gingerbread Cookies — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Gingerbread cookies have long been one of my favorite holiday treats. I think it has something to do with the fact that they are just so overtly festive (they really only make an appearance between November and December!). But it's not the little cut-out men that I adore — it's these soft, thick, chewy rounds sweetened with molasses and coated with crunchy sugar to tame the spicy bite. With carols on the radio, snow falling outside, and the aroma of these cookies baking in the o...

2017-12-18 09:00:00
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This Easy "Everything Bagel" Chicken Is Everything — Delicious Links  

Have we reached peak everything bagel spice yet? I don't think so. The flavorful seasoning blend — a mixture of poppy seeds, toasted sesame seeds, dried garlic, dried onion, and coarse salt — is great on bagels, of course, but it also has way more potential. This chicken proves it. READ MORE »

2017-12-18 08:30:00
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My Go-To Hostess Gift Only Costs $5 Total — Shopping  

If you don't keep a case of wine in your car's trunk, hostess gifts are among the biggest challenges of the holiday season. It is likely your host will be overrun with festive baked goods, so your plate of homemade cookies might go unnoticed. And even a bottle of bubbles or a sweet-smelling candle will probably end up being redundant. But you need to hand something to your gracious host — something that is festive, simple, and practical. This token is a physical manifestati...

2017-12-18 08:00:00
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Thank You to Our Readers! We're Supporting the Planet Together. — 1% Makes a Huge Difference — For the Planet  

At the heart of the holiday season, under all the lights and decorations and parties, is the spirit of giving: finding the perfect gift for a loved one, helping the less fortunate, giving back to your community. That spirit has been a part of Apartment Therapy from the beginning, and our biggest cause is, well, the biggest cause: the Earth. Since 2007, when I first learned of Yvon Chouinard's founding of this initiative (1o years!), we've been pr

2017-12-17 15:00:00
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Why Restaurants' Strengths Are Also Their Dangers — Personal History  

Shortly after I moved to New York for college, I applied to be a hostess at Otto, Mario Batali's Italian restaurant in Greenwich village. I was 19 years old. I had no interest in food or restaurant culture at the time, but I remember feeling that even if my job was just to greet and seat customers, that I was a part of something exciting. What I found was a new kind of family, with all the love — and toxicity — that can only exist in the tight-knit structure of intimacy. READ MORE »

2017-12-17 14:30:00
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Our Most Popular Slow Cooker Recipes of 2017 — Slow Cooker Recipes from The Kitchn  

There are few things the almighty Crock-Pot can't tackle, but above all else it makes getting dinner on the table a whole lot more manageable on busy nights, and even helps us to serve up some healthier choices. I know I am not alone when I say that if it wasn't for my slow cooker, there would have been many more nights of frozen pizza and takeout this year. From stew and chili to takeout favorites at home, these were our top slow cooker recipes of the year. READ MORE »

2017-12-17 12:00:00
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How To Make Buttermilk from Plain Milk with Lemon Juice or Vinegar — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

How many times have you found yourself in desperate need of pancakes, but without the requisite buttermilk in the fridge? Or there's the other scenario: You want to make a recipe, but you're reluctant to buy an entire carton of buttermilk when you only need a half-cup. For either situation, I have a solution: It's easy to make a very quick buttermilk substitute in less than 10 minutes. READ MORE »

2017-12-17 11:00:00
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Our Favorite Cleaning Products We Used This Year — The Best of 2017  

They say a man is only as good as his tools, right? So if you want a sparkling clean kitchen, you're gonna need the right tools for the job. We spend a lot of time looking for the best cleaning supplies — and this year we found a few we really love. READ MORE »

2017-12-17 10:00:00
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How To Clean an Instant Pot Pressure Cooker — Cleaning Lessons from Kitchn  

Have you gotten an Instant Pot, the seven-in-one workhorse, yet? It quickly became a kitchen favorite for its space-saving, multi-tasking superpowers. After just a few years on the market, it's still winning over new fans and holding up to all the hype. And while there's little maintenance involved beyond post-cooking cleanup, a few key parts hidden under the lid can make or break the appliance's oh-so-important sealing power. Here's how to clean your Instant Pot (includ

2017-12-17 09:30:00
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Holiday Cookie Basics: 10 Essential Tips to Know Before You Begin Baking — Recipes from The Kitchn  

We're in the midst of the most wonderful time of the year: holiday baking season! Whether you're a budding baker taking your baking sheets on their inaugural run or you're a seasoned pro ready to fill your cookie tins again, it's always helpful to have a quick refresher on the tips and tricks that will make your cookie baking adventures a sweet success. READ MORE »

2017-12-17 09:00:00
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The 3 Best Kitchen Makeovers We Saw This Year — The Best of 2017  

The words "kitchen makeover" tend to imply a massive budget, hundreds of hours, and lots of blood, sweat, and tears. These three kitchen makeovers had none of those things. And that's why we love them so much. They were all done on a DIY budget and were fairly easy to complete (easy for us to say, we know, but the homeowners all said so, too!). And the results are nothing short of amazing. Check them out — here are the three most impressive kitchen transformations we saw all year....

2017-12-17 08:00:00
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12 Nogs, Punches & Libations to Celebrate the Holiday Season — Nogs & Punches  

Whenever I've hosted a holiday gathering, I've found that guests can sometimes have a deer-in-headlights reaction when I greet them with, "What would you like to drink?" This open-ended question can be a hard one for people, because they probably haven't thought about drinks yet, they're trying to figure out what you might have on hand, or they don't want to ask for anything too complicated. Once I switched to having a big-batch drink ready to go, it became much ea

2017-12-16 15:00:00
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Next Week's Meal Plan: 5 Fast & Fancy Dinners for the Week Ahead — Next Week's Meal Plan  

As we head into the holiday home stretch, we've got a week of guests, parties, and classroom holiday programs to fill up the calendar. If it were just the four of us as usual, I'd probably stick to a template of pasta, tacos, breakfast, and pizza, but with houseguests I want some dinners that are still fast and easy, but a little impressive too. Here's what I'm cooking and eating during a happily harried holiday week with houseguests. READ MORE »

2017-12-16 14:00:00
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A Menu for a Prime Rib Holiday Dinner — Menus from The Kitchn  

Prime rib is the ultimate Christmas feast — a grand roast brought to the table with pride and served with a luscious creamy horseradish sauce. You could serve almost anything else on the side and your dinner guests would still be quite impressed, but since you've likely gone to great expense and effort for the roast, filling out the rest of the table should be both easy on the cook and the wallet. Here's what to serve with a classic prime rib roast for a luxe holiday party. READ MORE...

2017-12-16 13:00:00
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Freezer to Table: Our Most Popular Freeze-Ahead Recipes of 2017 — Freeze-Ahead Recipes from The Kitchn  

It's hard to beat the satisfaction of a well-stocked freezer. Nothing compares to the feeling of having a handful of easy meals on hand to reach for whenever you need them, whether it's muffins for a grab-and-go breakfast or a family-size portion of mac and cheese for a comforting dinner. We gave you a whole slew of great make-ahead, freeze-ahead recipes this year and these were the ones you loved the most. READ MORE »

2017-12-16 12:00:00
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The Best Way to Clean Up Flour — Holiday Cleanup  

Baking is a messy endeavor, and the messiest bit of it all is the flour. It gets everywhere! And heaven forbid you try to clean it up with a sponge, like you would any other kitchen mess, because when you add water to flour, it turns into glue. Like, literally, glue — water plus flour is exactly the recipe I used to make papier-mâche with my kids one time, and that stuff has still not come out of the clothes we were wearing. That's because water activates the starches in flour, makin...

2017-12-16 11:00:00
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10 Last-Minute Homemade Gifts — Recipes from The Kitchn  

My favorite kind of gift to give (and also receive) is the homemade kind — especially when it's edible. Not only are these gifts totally thoughtful and delicious, but there are also so many wonderful options that are easy to pull together in a pinch. Here are 10 of my favorites. READ MORE »

2017-12-16 10:00:00
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These Are the Easiest Doughnuts You'll Ever Make — Tips from The Kitchn  

I'm not usually one for cooking shortcuts that involve prepared ingredients, but there are some recipes that just have too many involved parts. Making doughnuts has always been one of those recipes. You have to make and shape the dough, and you might have to let it rise — all before you deep-fry! Then I stumbled upon the easiest doughnut recipe ever and just had to try it. Can you believe it involves just two ingredients? Read on to find out what they are! READ MORE »

2017-12-16 08:00:00
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Recipe: Butter Pecan Sandies — Recipes from The Kitchn  

While there are many things I can tell you about my grandfather, the one thing you should know is that he loved pecan sandies. In fact, I cannot bite into these buttery, nut-studded cookies without thinking of him. This version, which he'd heartily approve of, is firm and sturdy, and greets you with a crisp edge all around that softens as you get towards the center. A generous scoop of brown sugar lends a rich, caramel flavor and highlights the toasted aroma in the pecans that you'll no

2017-12-16 08:00:00
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5 Things Everyone Should Do in New Orleans — Bite-Sized Guide: New Orleans  

New Orleans is definitely a contender for most delicious city in the United States (the world?). If you are planning a visit, you are basically guaranteed to leave very full and very happy — and with a list of things to do as long as the one you arrive with. The only real problem (and it's a very good problem to have) is figuring out what to do now and what to save for your next trip. As a former resident and frequent visitor, my trips to New Orleans are a balancing ac...

2017-12-16 07:00:00
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The Most-Googled Tutorial of 2017 Is Super Playful — On Trend  

If you want to learn how to do something, chances are good that the first thing you do is go to Google. All it takes is a quick search, and Google will either tell you how to do something or point you towards someone who can. That's true whether you're looking to brine a turkey, throw a toddler's birthday party, or learn to speak Japanese. READ MORE »

2017-12-15 17:00:00
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The 10 Most-Googled Diets of 2017 Are Mostly Terrifying — Wellness News  

The world is full of diets and magical supplements that promise to help us be more healthy and lose weight, and that means many of us spend a lot of time Googling diets to see what they entail, and whether they're real science or big scams. This week Google released its annual "Google's Year in Search" data, which tracks how many people searched for a given term in 2017, compared with previous years. It's a good way of tracking trends, and according to Google, these are the

2017-12-15 16:30:00
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Prime Rib, the King of Roasts — Meat Basics  

Prime rib, also known as a standing rib roast, is the undisputed king when it comes to a large cut of beef. I remember going to the steakhouse with my family on prime rib night for special occasions and celebrations, savoring every bite of a slice of rosy, juicy meat with some tasty jus. Prime rib isn't something you can only eat at restaurants, though. It's actually the perfect cut for a holiday dinner or large dinner party. Where does it come from, what makes it so specia

2017-12-15 16:00:00
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Recipe: Pantry Cocoa Brownies — Quick and Easy Dessert Recipe  

Ah, the call of the brownie hits us all. Sometimes it's midday, sometimes it's midnight. Dense and rich, neither cake nor fudge, a chewy brownie satisfies that primal need. But sometimes you just don't have every ingredient in the house when the need strikes. You've got some cocoa powder, flour, and sugar in the pantry, and just a few eggs in the fridge. Enter: these decadent pantry cocoa brownies that are so delicious, you may find yourself making them even when you have a kitchen pack

2017-12-15 15:30:00
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Recipe: Baked Spaghetti Squash Carbonara — Recipes from The Kitchn  

How do you feel about spaghetti squash? Do you consider it a bad joke of a vegetable, promising carbs without remorse, but actually offering a bowl of slippery, slimy strings? Or do you love it for its teasing imitation of spaghetti, still holding its own with sweetness and a toothsome bite? Actually — never mind. I don't really care how you feel about spaghetti squash. Because I know how everyone feels about spaghetti carbonara, and this baked spaghetti squash carbonara is ...

2017-12-15 15:00:00
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Here's How Net Neutrality Could Affect Your Favorite Food Sites — Food News  

In the past several months, I have contacted my senators and representatives so often that even Resistbot has to be like "You again? Really?" And, if I develop some kind of thumb arthritis over the weekend, it could be from all the times I've texted the words 'net neutrality' this month. I'm apprehensive and afraid of what could happen after the FCC voted to overturn the regulations ensuring net neutrality. What does that mean? And how could it impact our ability to do

2017-12-15 14:45:00
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The Best Ways to Clean Up Christmas Tree Needles in Your House — Holiday Cleanup  

A live Christmas tree instantly fills your home with holiday cheer — and pine needles. They land on your furniture and floor the minute you bring the tree into your house, and launch themselves into the far corners of your living room as soon as you take off the plastic netting. The branches deposit them little by little for weeks, then make one last stand at the end, showering pine needles everywhere, as you wrestle the tree out the door once its time is past. I like to think the...

2017-12-15 14:30:00
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The Top 10 Cookies to Pair with a Glass of Milk — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Without fail, every time we grab a few cookies for dessert, my husband's first order of business is always to pour a tall glass of cold milk. It doesn't matter if it's chocolate-dipped shortbread, chewy oatmeal cookies, or jam-filled Linzer cookies, milk is a must. But really, who can blame him? Cookies are always better when partnered with a glass of milk — especially these 10 cookies. READ MORE »

2017-12-15 14:00:00
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The Midwestern Drink That's Making a Comeback — The Global Punch Bowl  

Every year as the weather grows cold, small red, white, and green plastic tubs suddenly line the shelves of grocery stores in the upper Midwest. Anyone not from the area might read the labels with total confusion: "Tom and Jerry Batter," they say, often surrounded by drawings of holly leaves and snowy winter scenes. But this batter isn't for cake, and it has nothing to do with the cartoon cat and mouse — it's the base for a classic punch. READ MORE »

2017-12-15 13:30:00
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10 Bar Cookies for People Who Are Anything but Square — Recipes from The Kitchn  

This year I'm changing up my usual holiday baking routine and making things easier on myself by getting out my 9x13-inch pan and sticking with bar cookies. These underrated treats pack in layer upon layer of sweet goodness, and I only need to make one batch to feed a crowd. Here are 10 of my favorite bar cookie recipes. From kid-friendly PB&J crumble bars to more elegant white chocolate-cranberry bars, there's something here for everyone. READ MORE »

2017-12-15 13:00:00
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Pinterest Says These Will Be the Biggest Food Trends of 2018 — On Trend  

It's almost the end of 2017, and that means it's time to start looking forward to 2018. Every year, Pinterest puts together a list of its biggest predictions for the coming year's top trends. They base their analysis on what is gaining traction with the more than 200 million people who use Pinterest every month, and they have a pretty great track record. Last year, Pinterest predicted 2017 would be full of grain bowls, octopus, vegetable chips, and sous-vide cooking. For 2018, it's

2017-12-15 12:45:00
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These Are the Best Snacks You Can Only Get at Target — Shopping  

Of all the Archer Farms grocery products available at Target (and they number in the hundreds), the most popular are the straight-up snacks. In fact, the top six best-selling items are basically some variation of trail mix. Is it simply the result of impulse buys as customers work up an appetite trying on clothes or shopping for dinnerware by Chip and Joanna Gaines? Or are these snacks really so good they leave all the other products in the dust? Of course I had to find out. REA

2017-12-15 12:30:00
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10 Things I Bake with My Kids That Aren't Cookies — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Holiday breaks are upon us, meaning that many parents are about to have two straight weeks of kid time. Sure, holiday celebrations and skating or sledding are going to keep the kids entertained for a few of those days, but won't it be nice to spend some time in the kitchen with your kids, making a little mess and some memories too? Cut-out cookies are always on our to-do list, but December is so sugar-filled that some not-sweet recipes are in order as well. These are the 10 thin

2017-12-15 12:00:00
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The Coolest Kitchen Feature Any Serious Home Baker Will Freak Out Over — Organizing for Bakers  

This is the kitchen of the late Flo Braker, a well-known cookbook author and baking professional, who some call the "patron saint of all pastry makers." Fine Cooking magazine photographed her kitchen, a sprawling space with all sorts of clever design details that would make any baker envious: yards of granite countertop to roll out dough, racks of rolling pins for every conceivable use, perfectly organized drawers of pastry tips and biscuit cutters. It's really a thing of beauty, even f

2017-12-15 11:30:00
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Here's How to Get Round Slice-and-Bake Cookies Every Time — Tips From The Kitchn  

Growing up, those tubes of slice-and-bake cookies from the grocery store were the extent of my baking. It was the first treat I learned how to bake myself. When I'd slice the dough, however, it would often flatten on one side and become far from the perfect cookies pictured on the package. Now, as I make my own slice-and-bake cookies, I've learned a thing or two to help get that perfect round shape without fuss. READ MORE »

2017-12-15 11:00:00
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Buy This Classic Cookie Cutter Set on Sale Today — Amazon Deal of the Day  

While we're fully in the swing of the holiday season, it's still pretty likely that you have a full calendar of holiday commitments in the next week or so — office holiday potlucks, cookie swaps, family get-togethers, and the like. READ MORE »

2017-12-15 10:45:00
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Why a $300 Pancake-Printing Machine Is Totally Worth It — Shopping  

Those Mickey Mouse pancakes with chocolate chips for eyes? So analog. We live in a digital world now, with self-driving cars and virtual coins. Can't we digitize our pancakes? In a word, yes. We can rebuild Mickey Mouse, better than before. We have the technology. READ MORE »

2017-12-15 10:30:00
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Recipe: Slow Cooker Wassail Punch — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Ever wonder what wassailing means? It's the medieval precursor to modern-day caroling, where the singers are offered a drink from the wassail bowl after they carol. Wassail itself is a hot mulled cider punch. Our version simmers apple cider and orange juice together with traditional mulling spices, fresh fruit, honey, and slices of spicy fresh ginger for a sangria-like twist on regular mulled apple cider. Spiking it with bourbon or whiskey is up to you, but this drink is worth pulling ou

2017-12-15 10:00:00
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3 Uses for Expired Baking Soda — Cleaning with Baking Soda  

If you're an infrequent baker, you probably have a box of baking soda sitting in your pantry that's been there for … an indeterminate amount of time. The problem is, baking soda actually expires. If it's in your cupboard for too long, your baking soda might not be able to produce the leavening effect you're looking for when you do decide to make cookies or other baked goods. Plus, if the box has been in a spot where it can absorb other odors, it can pass along those odors into your fo...

2017-12-15 09:30:00
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Recipe: Slow Cooker Pork Vindaloo — Recipes from Neela Paniz  

As with any country, you can find traces of its history in its cuisine. Pork vindaloo, famed for its fiery heat, speaks directly to the Portuguese occupation of the southern Indian state of Goa. As Neela explains, "Carne de vinha d'alhos, a Portuguese dish made with pork, was the basis of the now-famous vindaloo served in Indian restaurants. Although many make it with lamb, chicken, or shrimp, I prefer the original recipe with pork, redolent of tamarind, vinegar, and black pepper." READ

2017-12-15 09:00:00
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7 Ways to Make the Most of Your Hotel's Breakfast Buffet — Breakfast Matters  

The free breakfast buffet is one of the purest pleasures of the hotel experience. This is not necessarily because it is unusually good, in any common definition of the word. While there are exceptions — I have experienced exceptions! — the breakfast buffet at a mid-range hotel is almost certainly some degree of mediocre. The bagels will not be the best possible bagels; the fruit is unlikely to be the best possible fruit. The scrambled eggs have probably been slowly coagulating in a...

2017-12-15 08:00:00
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5 Steps to a Stress-Free Christmas, the German Way — German Christmas  

In London, where I'm from, the advent of Christmas is marked by frenzy. Tinsel gleams in shopping malls, lights flash, and pale turkeys line supermarket refrigerators waiting to be roasted. Everyone panics. But in Germany, where I now live, Christmas is a quieter affair. I've spent the last few holiday seasons in a small Bavarian village, surrounded by the solemn Alps and hushed blankets of snow. It's not just the setting, however. The Germans do Christmas differently. Teutonic t

2017-12-15 07:30:00
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Red Wine Brownies Exist (and They're Amazing) — Delicious Links  

You guys already know how we feel about the beautiful combination of red wine and chocolate here at Kitchn. And while red wine hot chocolate is definitely something to put on your must-make list, these red wine brownies are right up there with it. While putting wine in your brownies might seem like a gimmick, trust me when I say that these rich, fudgy brownies will not disappoint — they are absolutely the real deal. READ MORE »

2017-12-15 03:30:00
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How To Make the Best Coconut Macaroons — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Crunchy on the outside and chewy in the middle, a good coconut macaroon is an irresistible thing. It's also a particular favorite for people observing Passover and those who avoid gluten. As long as you have some shredded coconut stashed away in your cupboard and a few eggs that you don't mind cracking, a batch of sweet macaroons can be yours in less than half an hour. READ MORE »

2017-12-14 17:30:00
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The 20 Essential Recipes for Christmas Morning — Recipes from The Kitchn  

If you're making a checklist for Christmas morning, it should include cozy pajamas and slippers, a good Christmas playlist, maybe a cracking fire, and mugs of warm cocoa. Now all you need is some breakfast to get the morning started. We believe Christmas morning recipes should either be made ahead or easy enough to throw together so you don't miss out on opening presents. Here are the best recipes to make for a joyful and delicious Christmas morning. READ MORE »

2017-12-14 17:00:00
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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Making Prime Rib — Tips from The Kitchn  

Roasting a prime rib is much easier to pull off than you might think. In fact, forking over the dough to purchase this pricey roast is arguably the hardest part. The high cost of this cut makes any missteps especially disappointing, so here are the five mistakes you want to avoid when roasting a prime rib dinner so you can keep your money right where it should be: on your plate! READ MORE »

2017-12-14 16:30:00
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How To Make an All-Star Baked Ziti — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

The smell of pasta, tomato sauce, and cheese baking together is one of life's most comforting scents. I know that what's going to come out of the oven will appeal to adults and children alike, feed a crowd without breaking the bank, and be just plain delicious. It's no wonder that baked ziti is the go-to for potlucks. Here's how to make an all-star pan of baked ziti — one that's never dry, made with a generous amount of cheese, and layered for the ultimate eating experience. R...

2017-12-14 16:00:00
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How I'm Making Hanukkah Special for My Kids This Year — Hanukkah  

Kids ruin everything. Really (not really, but you see where this is going). You can't enjoy a great night out without worrying about a hangover the next day. Every trip you plan, you think out worst-case scenarios, pack a great quantity of medicine, and invariably freak out when the airline messes up your seats and places you far away from your toddler. They especially ruin lazy holidays. Because, whereas before, you would leave the big night of celebration up to

2017-12-14 15:30:00
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How To Make Classic Prime Rib: The Simplest, Easiest Method — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Here's how to fall in love with prime rib roast: Cover the whole thing in salt and let it slowly perfume the whole house as the interior cooks to juicy, rosy perfection while the exterior develops a deep mahogany crust. Let it rest a while out of the oven while you pour wine and welcome friends and family. Serve slices of the roast with a swipe of homemade horseradish cream and a platter of golden roasted potatoes. Then take a moment to relish what you've just accomplished: a re

2017-12-14 15:00:00
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5 Trader Joe's Party Appetizers We Love (Plus 5 to Pass On) — Shopping  

There's no need to go all Martha for your holiday party. You have enough to do this time of year! A better bet? Check out Trader Joe's frozen, ready-to-heat appetizers. There are some great options out there that need nothing more than a short spin through the oven, which means you can focus on more important things like wrapping last-minute presents. But which are the best frozen appetizers? We tried 10 of Trader Joe's most popular appetizers, and while there aren't any particul

2017-12-14 14:30:00
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10 Classic Shortbread Cookies to Bake This Season — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Shortbread cookies are a timeless classic that forever have a place on my cookie tray. Intensely buttery and subtly sweet, shortbread has an elegant simplicity that makes it feel special enough to give as a gift. There are so many different things you can do with a basic shortbread dough. From chocolatey twists to a variety of bar cookies, here are 10 shortbread cookie recipes to bake right now. READ MORE »

2017-12-14 14:00:00
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How To Clean a Chemex — How To  

Coffee aficionados love a Chemex for brewing for a group. It makes exquisite coffee and looks design-y, to boot! While I'll admit I don't have one myself (we keep a Moka pot and a French press at home), it's on my aspirational list. For when I grow up. My concern with the Chemex is that it can be tricky to clean. The cool beaker-like design is great to look at, but it can be hard to access the inner workings to scrub them. Day to day, unscented dish soap and warm water wil

2017-12-14 13:30:00
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18 Boozy Hot Chocolate Recipes You Need to Make Right Now — Recipe Roundup  

The unofficial drink of 2016 was undoubtedly red wine hot chocolate. Although the concept has been around for quite some time, the internet at large only recently caught on last year. If you're not so sure of the idea, however, there are many other ways to indulge in boozy hot chocolate in the next few months. Basically any kind of booze and chocolate go together. Here are 18 recipes to get you started. READ MORE »

2017-12-14 13:15:00
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10 Ways to Eat More Vegetables for Dinner — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Squeezing more vegetables into a day's worth of eating is a constant goal if you, like me, are trying to eat a wholesome, well-balanced diet. Sure, a big salad at lunch can move things along, but dinner is a golden opportunity to bring more veggies into your diet. These 10 recipes are feel-good meals that are filled to the brim with vegetables you want to eat. READ MORE »

2017-12-14 13:00:00
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The Grocery Store Pancake Taste Test: We Tried 11 Brands and Ranked Them — Pancakes  

I have a great pancake recipe in my collection — one that's so good my kids' friends beg for sleepovers at our house so they can have their fix. Who could blame them? The pancakes cook up incredibly tender, fluffy, and light, with a flavor that's rich with butter and the slight tang of buttermilk. They're everything you want in a pancake. But every time I give in to those imploring eyes, I know I'm in for an early morning, a grocery run for buttermilk, and a sink full of dirty m...

2017-12-14 12:30:00
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10 Essential Sides for a Holiday Dinner — Recipes from The Kitchn  

When I'm in charge of hosting holiday dinners, I have two requirements for all the side dishes on the table: Since it's more of a special occasion than a regular weeknight dinner, I want the sides to feel fancy and impressive alongside the main course, but they must not be fussy or especially time-consuming to pull off. Here are 10 of my favorites. They're fast and fancy, and easy to pair with a variety of mains. READ MORE »

2017-12-14 12:00:00
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The Smartest Ways to Store Measuring Cups and Spoons — Organizing for Bakers  

Measuring cups and measuring spoons can be tricky to store because even though they sort of nest, they're always flopping around and getting lost in the nether-regions of your drawer. If you keep your measuring tools connected, they all get dirty when you need just one. If you take them apart, they get lost, one by one. But if you're a baker or someone who really likes to follow a recipe, it's very important to actually be able to find your measuring tools when you need them. T

2017-12-14 11:30:00
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5 Cookies, Cakes & Treats for People Obsessed with Peppermint — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Peppermint is one of the many iconic flavors of the holiday season, and we start to crave it the minute there's a wintery chill in the air. Its cool, crisp flavor mimics the weather perfectly, and it is a nice change from the warm, spicy flavors so often found in sweet treats this time of year (hello, gingerbread!). While we could simply buy a bunch of candy canes to get our fix, these five sweet treats are even more fun. If you have a peppermint-obsessed friend, family

2017-12-14 11:00:00
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This Gadget Will Keep Your Guacamole from Browning — Amazon Deal of the Day  

Fact: Guacamole is always a crowd-pleaser. But if you're someone who likes to make party food in advance, gauc can be tricky, mainly because it starts browning practically the second it's finished. The solution? The Casabella Guac-Lock Container. It's made specifically to keep guacamole fresh (and green!). READ MORE »

2017-12-14 10:45:00
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The 10 Best Stocking Stuffers to Pick Up at Whole Foods — Stocking Stuffers  

Whole Foods is an excellent place to assemble a holiday cheese plate. It's also a great place to buy some thoughtful stocking stuffers. The market has a ton of all-natural health and beauty products, as well as great chocolates, nuts, and candy in interesting or unusual flavors. There are even plenty of great cooking tools and kids' toys that are just waiting to brighten up someone's holiday. Here are 10 great stocking stuffers to pick up at Whole Foods. READ MORE »

2017-12-14 10:30:00
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Recipe: Tom & Jerry — Recipes from The Kitchn  

I'd like to think that I survived two East Coast winters because of my introduction to the Tom & Jerry. Although this drink is popular in the Midwest, I love it so much that I still crave it during mild California winters. For those not familiar with this seasonal hot milk punch, it's a creamy spiced batter swirled with Cognac, rum, and hot milk. Basically, a Tom & Jerry tastes like a fluffy, sweet, boozy cloud that you'd want to take a nap in. And if you can make meringue or whi

2017-12-14 10:00:00
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8 Tips for Dealing with a Bigger-than-Usual Pile of Dishes — Holiday Cleanup  

Most of us have a weeknight dishwashing routine that's pretty manageable: Rinse (or not) some plates and silverware, throw them into the dishwasher, and wash the handful of pots, pans, and other utensils you used for food prep. If you're lucky, you have a partner to help dry the dishes and put them away to complete the task. When it comes to the holidays, though, we use way more pots, pans, dishes, and silverware than ever, and facing that pile of dirty dishes can be daunting,

2017-12-14 09:30:00
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Here Are the World's Most-Googled Recipes of 2017 — On Trend  

People are cooking everywhere in the world, and the things we eat say a lot about us. And for much of the world, making food involves looking up recipes and ideas on Google. This week Google released its annual "Google's Year in Search" data, and the list includes all the most-searched recipes in the world. Did you make any of these this year? READ MORE »

2017-12-14 09:15:00
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Recipe: Peppermint Mocha Snack Cake — Recipes from The Kitchn  

If I could bake just one thing during the holiday season, it would be this coffee-spiked chocolate cake topped with a sea of crushed peppermint candies. I would choose it over my favorite cookie recipes, hands-down, every time. It's a humble cake that couldn't be easier to whip up on a weeknight. It has a balanced richness and a pillowy-soft texture. It's right at home everywhere from holiday parties to book club. READ MORE »

2017-12-14 09:00:00
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Pro Organizer Tips: What Not to Do When Decluttering — Apartment Therapy  

From Apartment Therapy → Pro Organizer Tips: What NOT To Do When Decluttering Your Home READ MORE »

2017-12-14 08:45:00
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Cook Your Salmon in Foil for Tender, Flaky Results — Delicious Links  

Sometimes cooking a big piece of fish can be intimidating. Is it undercooked? Overcooked? Just right? Luckily there's an almost foolproof method for cooking fish that takes the stress out of the whole endeavor: foil packets! READ MORE »

2017-12-14 08:30:00
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The 10 Best Trader Joe's Snacks for Travelers — Travel Intelligence  

Trader Joe's is known for their incredible snack selection. Sweet snacks, savory snacks, snacks that are both sweet and savory — they have 'em all. But when you're traveling, any ol' snacks won't do. You need treats that will be easy to slide into your purse, carry-on, or suitcase. They can't spill or leak. They can't spoil or require a small pile of napkins to consume. They have to be ultra-portable and ultra-delicious. With that in mind, here are our 10 f...

2017-12-14 08:00:00
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5 Holiday Cookies from Our Cookie Queen, Dorie Greenspan — Recipes from The Kitchn  

While I have many well-worn cookbooks on my stacked shelf, Dorie Greenspan's original baking book is one that's received more love than most. Dorie is the ultimate baking guru, in my opinion, and she especially knows her way around cookies. That's why, come the holiday season, she's the first person I turn to when building my long list of cookies to bake. Luckily she's been kind enough to share a handful of her favorite holiday cookie recipes with us at Kitchn, so we have a grea

2017-12-14 07:30:00
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How To Make French Meringue — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

So simple and pure, meringue makes for the lightest, almost cloud-like cookies and pastries. With a crisp outer shell, slightly chewy center, and a subtle sweetness, baked meringue is a melt-in-your-mouth delight. It's also extremely versatile — after mastering the basics of how to whip meringue, you'll be making these underrated cookies for almost any occasion. READ MORE »

2017-12-13 18:30:00
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If You Buy One Thing from Aldi, This Should Be It — Shopping  

I heard about Aldi in snippets for years before I ever made my way there: It's owned by the same people as Trader Joe's (which is almost the case, but not quite), it's filled with brands you've never heard of (mostly private label, similar to Trader Joes'), and if you're going to buy anything there, this one particular item has to be it. READ MORE »

2017-12-13 18:00:00
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These Are America's Most-Googled Recipes of 2017 — On Trend  

When looking for a recipe or a way to prepare some new ingredient, the first place most of us go is Google. A quick Google search will tell you how to cook just about anything. The kinds of recipes we're searching for gives a fascinating glimpse into what people are really eating and cooking across the United States. Today Google released their "Google's Year in Search" data, which included the U.S.'s top 10 most-googled recipes of 2017. Did you make something off this list? READ MORE

2017-12-13 17:30:00
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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Making Chocolate Truffles — Tips from The Kitchn  

Chocolate truffles are arguably one of the easiest candies to make at home. But with just two ingredients, any error can have a rippling effect. Whether you're making your first batch of truffles or your 100th, these five pitfalls can be avoided with just a little foresight. Here are five potential truffle mistakes to avoid, and what to do instead. READ MORE »

2017-12-13 17:00:00
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Recipe: Vegan Sweet Potato Chowder — Quick and Easy Weeknight Soups  

This vegan sweet potato chowder delivers everything you want in a warm fall soup. It has a velvety broth laced with seasonal spices, like sage and paprika, and chunks of tender root vegetables. It's delicious the day you make it, but like most soups, it's even better the next day. So make a big batch of this plant-based chowder and enjoy it all week long. READ MORE »

2017-12-13 16:00:00
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5 Thoughtful Holiday Food Gifts You Can Make for Family & Friends — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Come the holiday season (or any occasion, really!), my absolute favorite thing for gifting is anything edible and homemade. I'm also equally enthusiastic about receiving homemade food gifts. They're often simple and inexpensive to make or assemble, but they're made with love. And of course, they're delicious. Here are five of my favorites that will work for anyone on your list. READ MORE »

2017-12-13 15:30:00
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The 10 Most Essential Winter Slow Cooker Recipes — Recipes from The Kitchn  

While the slow cooker is really an all-season tool in the kitchen, it shines most in the cold winter months, when it can work overtime churning out the hearty soups, stews, and braises we all need to keep warm until spring. While there are so many good options for a winter slow cooker dinner, these 10 stand out among the rest and are essentials for the season. French onion soup, anyone? READ MORE »

2017-12-13 15:00:00
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15 Easy Side Dishes to Serve with Prime Rib — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Let's be honest — you could serve almost anything next to prime rib and your dinner would be incredible, because prime rib is the king of dinner roasts. But if you're looking for a few easy sides to fill out the table and enhance your prime rib dinner without a huge extra expense or effort, these 15 recipes are a good place to start. READ MORE »

2017-12-13 14:30:00
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The Grocery Store Solution for Unique and Beautiful Holiday Decor — Apartment Therapy  

From Apartment Therapy → The Grocery Store Solution for Unique and Beautiful Holiday Decor READ MORE »

2017-12-13 14:15:00
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The Best Fried Sweets for Hanukkah — Hanukkah  

It's not Hanukkah without indulging in your fair share of fried sweet treats — it's part of the holiday tradition, after all. From doughnuts to fritters to some that are a little less conventional, here are five of our favorite fried sweets to make this year. READ MORE »

2017-12-13 14:00:00
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This HGTV Star's Kitchen Looks More Like a Teenage Girl's Bedroom — Kitchen Design  

Every once in a while, our sister site, Apartment Therapy, publishes a House Tour that literally stops us in our tracks. The editors there ran this apartment — affectionately known as The Glitter Suite! — and we just had to stop what we were working on to write about this tour. Why? The kitchen looks more like a bedroom than a kitchen! Plus, we love the dining room, which you can get a little glimpse of in this shot above. READ MORE »

2017-12-13 13:45:00
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What Really Happens When You Mix Baking Soda with Vinegar? — Cleaning with Baking Soda  

As we have documented pretty thoroughly on this site, baking soda and vinegar are each super-handy around the house. Baking soda is a natural deodorizer and a fine abrasive — that's good for odor absorption and scrubbing. Vinegar's acid cuts through grease and shines things up, making it a winner for cleaning hard surfaces like countertops and windows. So naturally the next thought is: If they work so well separately, shouldn't they work even better together? When you comb...

2017-12-13 13:30:00
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Alton Brown's Smart Tool for Making Salad Dressing at Home — Kitchen Heroes  

I'm a firm believer in the fact that a salad is only as good as its dressing, and man do I have have some favorite dressings. You should probably try this creamy two-ingredient dressing, or this classic Italian salad dressing. And this miso-tahini number is — kisses fingers like a chef — so damn good. There are an unlimited amount of dressings to try, but how do you go about making the dressing in your kitchen? Many of us might use a canning jar or smaller jelly jar to wh...

2017-12-13 13:15:00
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Turn Our Slow Cooker Mulled Wine into a Holiday Gift — Tips from The Kitchn  

Mulled wine is one of the joys of the holiday season and something I really enjoy sharing with those I love this time of year. Beyond simply making a batch to share with visiting guests, I also think it makes the perfect gift to give to a friend or family member. It's easy to assemble and hard not to love. Here's how to make it. READ MORE »

2017-12-13 13:00:00
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How To Make Homemade Eggnog — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Oh, eggnog — you devilish seasonal treat, you. We love you in our morning lattes and we love you spiked with bourbon before going to bed. You make the most delicious French toast ever, and even our favorite cake is sending you love notes. Is there anything you can't do? Truly? This holiday season, I say let's skip the store-bought cartons and additive-laden jugs, and have our eggnog the old-fashioned way: with real eggs. This stuff is incredible, and it couldn't be ea...

2017-12-13 12:45:00
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Recipe: Orzo with Caramelized Fall Vegetables & Ginger — Quick and Easy Vegetarian Dinners  

I love orzo — its plump, chewy grains so much like rice, but on a grander scale and with the tenderness of pasta — but I don't cook with it often enough, which seems silly, given how fast it can be. So I mused over what I would really like to eat right now and came up with all the fall vegetable flavors. Onions, garlic, mushrooms, sweet potato — preferably dark and caramelized, built from the ground up in one big skillet, browning, caramelizing, and sauteeing until you're left wit...

2017-12-13 12:45:00
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3 of the Best Shopping Tips I Learned While Working in a Grocery Store — Shopping  

I've always loved grocery shopping, so it seemed like an obvious place to get a part-time job while I was finishing up my college degree. Along with stealing a sneak peek into weekly store sales and getting first dibs on new products, I also learned many helpful shopping tips that I still use to this day. Here are my top three shopping tips, which I like to I share whenever I can. READ MORE »

2017-12-13 12:30:00
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Nigella Just Invented a Genius New Christmas Cookie — Kitchen Heroes  

Move over, Cronut. Nigella Lawson may have just created the hottest new hybrid food. On the most recent episode of At My Table, Nigella Lawson introduced a new Christmas cookie she's calling the "Merookie" because it's a combination of a meringue and a cookie. READ MORE »

2017-12-13 12:15:00
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Recipe: Christmas Funfetti Bar Cookies — Recipes from The Kitchn  

By now we all know the history of Funfetti, a rainbow-hued twist on a boxed cake mix, thanks to the folks at Pillsbury way back in 1989. It was revolutionary because instead of using the packet of sprinkles to decorate the outside of the cake, bakers were instructed to mix them into the batter. Today, you'd be hard-pressed to scroll through Instagram or Pinterest without seeing a joyful array of rainbow-colored sprinkles adorning everything from doughnuts to dips. When I need a qu

2017-12-13 12:00:00
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