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Recipe: Classic Slow Cooker Margarita Fajitas — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Nothing beats a classic. In this recipe, I've used all the flavors of a margarita to kick up fajitas. Tequila, orange juice, and plenty of lime juice create juicy, tender steak — and when topped with avocado slices and a hefty sprinkle of salt, these fajitas become the perfect fiesta fare. READ MORE »

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2018-07-16 12:56:59



Beyond Amazon Prime Day: The Best Shopping Deals You Don't Need a Membership For — Prime Time  

Amazon Prime Day has turned mid-July into a shopping holiday to rival Black Friday. So, naturally, other retailers have started creating their own sales in attempts to compete with Amazon. Of course, we don't mind because that just means more savings for us! Here are some of our favorite non-Amazon sales happening now across the internet. READ MORE »

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2018-07-16 10:36:55



The Frozen Foods Kitchn Editors Always Buy at Trader Joe's — Shopping  

We've already talked about how all of us are more likely to buy frozen groceries at Trader Joe's than most other supermarkets (it has to do with the fact that TJ's stores don't have doors blocking the freezer case!). We've also already acknowledged (again and again) that the amount of groceries at Trader Joe's can be overwhelming. So, if you're a freezer-section holdout — or you're just curious — here are the Trader Joe's frozen products Kitchn editors always have on hand. READ MOR...

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2018-07-16 09:35:57



Starbucks' New No-Straw Policy Isn't as Great as It Sounds — Food News  

Starbucks is trying to make going strawless as trendy as the PSL. And that's a good thing, especially for the environment. (If you haven't seen the video about the harm that plastic straws can cause to sea turtles yet, watch it, and I swear you will vow to never use one again. Also, look that up at your own risk.) But something's fishy about the ubiquitous coffee chain's proposed alternative: bulkier, plastic sippy lids. READ MORE »

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2018-07-16 08:15:31



10 Fresh & Flavorful Ways to Turn Beans into Dinner — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Beans are a year-round staple, in my book. I especially love them in the summer, though, when I can easily pop open a can and turn it into a simple, no-sweat dinner in no time at all. These 10 recipes are light and fresh, but definitely don't skip on flavor. They also help you use up those white beans, black beans, and chickpeas that are tucked away in your pantry. READ MORE »

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2018-07-16 07:57:15



This Is the Only Time One of Our Favorite Lunch Boxes Will Be on Sale — Prime Time  

While we're in the midst of all this Amazon Prime Day stuff, there's another big milestone to think about: back-to-school time! It's practically August now, which means you might as well start having your kid sleep in her first-day-of-school outfit. (Just so she's ready! We're only half kidding.) It also means you have to start thinking about packing lunches again. If last year's lunch box has seen better days or you're just looking to try something new, you might be excited

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2018-07-16 07:41:57



This Is the Only Way to Eat Corn This Summer — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. One of my favorite summertime traditions is watching my aunt eat her corn off the cob kernel by kernel. (Do you know anyone that eats their corn one kernel at a time?) I always feel like I'm witnessing a sacred ritual in which she savors every last golden nugget. And who can blame her? READ MORE »

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2018-07-16 07:35:19



15 Wine Slushies You Need to Drink Outside This Summer — Recipe Roundup  

Frose (frozen rose) received a lot of attention the last couple years, but that's just the beginning of your frozen boozy adventure. It turns out that you slushy-fy any of your favorite wines. Throw some frozen fruit, your choice of wine, and maybe some ice cubes into a blender, and pour it into an icy glass. It doesn't get much easier than that. Here's a few of our favorites right now. READ MORE »

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2018-07-16 06:33:35



How the Freezer Aisle Can Help You Eat More Healthfully — Tips from The Kitchn  

If the only reason you go down the freezer aisle is to buy ice cream, I'm here to tell you that there's a whole lot of healthy goodness to be found in that chilly aisle. Stock up on it and you can instantly boost the wholesomeness of the meals you're churning out in your kitchen. Here are four ways the freezer aisle can help you eat better. READ MORE »

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2018-07-16 05:56:42



If Cauliflower and Broccolini Had a Baby, This Would Be It — Food News  

"Caulilini" is my new favorite word. I love the way it rolls around on the tongue, and I'm half convinced it would make a cute baby name. Caulilini also happens to be my new favorite vegetable. It's a type of cauliflower that looks like edible baby's breath, or like cauliflower and Broccolini had a baby. It has long, light green stems and sweet blonde open florets on top. It's so pretty you could put it in a vase, and the whole thing is edible, stems and all. READ MORE »

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2018-07-16 04:40:31



We Tried the $16 "Sponge" That's Dividing the Internet — Cleaning Tips from The Kitchn  

I've been known to make some kitchen splurges, but if I'm going to spend more than $1 on something to clean my dishes, it better be worth it. This is my way of saying that I was intrigued when I came across The Laundress' Copper Cleaning Cloth — for $16 (!!!). I love the brand's laundry products and, frankly, I found this to be the prettiest sponge I've ever seen. Could it be beautiful and totally functional? If the answer is yes, I'd be happy to spend a little more money. That'...

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2018-07-16 02:56:18



Beyond the Instant Pot: Amazon Prime Day Includes 30 Percent Off Groceries and Household Essentials — Prime Time  

By now you know that Amazon Prime Day is a good day to get things like vacuum cleaners, small appliances (hopefully the Instant Pot!), and Alexa-enabled devices. This year, the sale also includes a decent amount of groceries and household supplies — especially from Amazon's in-house brands. In fact, for a limited time (while supplies last), you can save 30 percent on coffee, household essentials, snacks, and more across Amazon's top brands. Here's what we suggest you s...

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2018-07-16 02:35:34



Sam's Club, Master of Shade, Adds Polish Dog to Café Menu — Grocery News  

If you like Polish hot dogs and delicious drama, you're going to love what Sam's Club has on the menu. Last week Costco announced that it would be discontinuing its Polish dogs to make room for things like a vegan al pastor salad and an açai bowl. Costco assured everyone that the regular hot dog deal would not be going anywhere, and that only the Polish dog was being eliminated, but still people were furious. Fans started petitions to save the Polish dog and took to Twitter to ve...

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2018-07-16 01:19:28



This Is the Most Popular Whole30 Recipe on Pinterest — Popular on Pinterest  

The whole idea behind the Whole30 program is that a person can reset their eating habits by eliminating potential "trigger foods" for 30 days, then gradually reintroducing them after the month is over and seeing how each affects them. It's a pretty big change for a lot of people, but it's become extremely popular in the last couple of years. The idea of changing one's life by eating whole foods is appealing — and even if it's hard, it's just for 30 days. READ MORE »

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2018-07-15 09:12:13



10 Ways to Save Money on Amazon — Prime Time  

We all love shopping on Amazon. It's convenient and it has literally everything you could ever want, from Fiestaware to formal wear. And the lightning-quick speed in which they deliver is obviously a huge bonus. But if you're not careful, the convenient nature of Amazon can make you a little trigger happy (that one-click shopping feature is dangerous), and you could end up spending a ton of money without even realizing it. So how do you capitalize on Amazon's convenience and

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2018-07-15 07:34:33



Recipe: Bacon Avocado Salad Bowls — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Why are the salads we make ourselves so disappointing? How are they too crisp and too soggy at the same time? It's a mystery, y'all. We live in a world of crunchy vegetables on top of crunchy lettuce with a dressing that makes our lips pucker and think that this is all there is. Let's do better. What you need, my friend, is a Tim Riggins salad. READ MORE »

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2018-07-15 06:08:36



50+ Quick Dinners for Hot Summer Nights — Recipes from The Kitchn  

When the temperatures climb into the triple digits, cooking is the last thing on my mind. But since one can't subsist on watermelon and Popsicles alone, I've armed myself with a roster of quick and easy dinners I know I can pull off — even on the hottest of summer nights. From farmers market salads and grain bowls from the grill, to satisfying sandwiches and shrimp skewers, here are over 50 quick dinners that will save you. READ MORE »

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2018-07-15 03:41:53



These Are the 5 Must-Haves from IKEA's Travel Collection — Shopping  

Swedish mega-store IKEA is more than a great place to snag cheap wine glasses and cube-shaped shelving — the stores also have an ever-changing travel section with some incredible deals on lightweight knapsacks, versatile shoulder bags, and sturdy luggage, to name a few. Most of the prices are steals, and they're even cheaper if you're an IKEA family member. (It's free to join the program, so take advantage if you can.) Here are five of the best items we've seen, ...

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2018-07-15 01:33:36



This Shopping Tip Will Help You Save Money in the Freezer Aisle — Shopping  

I love having frozen veggies on hand. It's an easy way to go an extra day or two before I need to hit the grocery store or turn my leftover lunch into a more substantive meal. Recently, though, I was perusing the frozen veggie aisle at my Harris Teeter, and I noticed something: They have eight kinds of frozen broccoli, and some cost more than twice as much as others. What gives? READ MORE »

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2018-07-14 11:45:17



Next Week's Meal Plan: 5 No-Cook Dinners for When It's Too Hot to Cook — Next Week's Meal Plan  

Mid-July can only mean one thing: It's hot, hot, hot almost everywhere. We've seen about 100-degree temperatures at home and are headed to a family vacation in sticky-hot Georgia. As you can imagine, this week's meal plan is all about keeping cool in the kitchen. Dinners will be all about assembly rather than cooking, and we will be eating cold oats, yogurt, and smoothies for breakfasts and lunch. Here's a week of no-sweat dinners when it is honestly just too damn hot to cook.

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2018-07-14 07:37:39



Help! How Do I Stop Letting My Toddler Dictate My Self Esteem Through Food? — You're a Parent Now  

"What did you make for dinner?" "Whole-wheat spaghetti with chicken meatballs and Parm." "Did he eat?" "Yeah, three bites of frozen waffle and one strawberry. How about yours?" "Gagged her way through one yogurt pouch then threw the homemade mac and cheese on the floor." READ MORE »

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2018-07-14 06:09:27



Recipe: Spinach and Blue Cheese Burger — Recipes from The Kitchn  

When we hear the word "cheeseburger," a juicy beef patty with melty American or Cheddar cheese typically comes to mind. But with the incredible variety of cheeses available at the supermarket, why limit ourselves to the classics? This smart recipe takes advantage of Roquefort, a sheep's milk cheese from the south of France — and the results are mouthwatering. READ MORE »

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2018-07-14 02:52:54



I Quit Being a Vegetarian for a Trip to France — Bastille Day  

It started with a tweet. Kate Hill, who ran Kitchen at Camont in Gascony, was taking applicants for a culinary writing residency at her 300-year-old farmhouse retreat in rural southwest France. She wanted someone to come stay in a little blue room, join in Camp Confit, and write their heart out. Sitting in my dim, windowless office where I worked on websites all day, something clicked in my mind. I had to do this. The only problem was that I was a vegetarian. I'd slashed m

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2018-07-13 18:58:23



10 Tex-Mex Breakfast Recipes That You Will Love — Recipes from The Kitchn  

The next time you're in a breakfast rut, I've got the most delicious way to pull you out. It starts with tortillas and involves giving your morning meal some Tex-Mex flair. Breakfast burritos and tacos are always a good place to start (and my personal favorite!), but that's just the beginning. Get inspired with these 10 hearty and comforting Tex-Mex breakfast favorites. READ MORE »

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2018-07-13 17:40:01



Match the Instant Pot Recipe with the "Jurassic World" Dinosaur That Would Eat It — Summer Blockbusters  

Things aren't going so great for the heroes of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Not only have terrifying new breeds of dinosaurs taken over Isla Nublar, but all of the creatures must be removed from the island, thanks to a massive volcano that's about to erupt. Add to this some bad guys threatening the entire planet, and Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) have their work cut out for them. (And, hopefully, workers' comp.) READ MORE »

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2018-07-13 15:43:33



How IKEA's Plastic Bags Stand Up to Name-Brand Ones — Shopping  

Is there anything IKEA doesn't make? From sleek kitchen utensils to bakeware, the furniture superstore has so much more than, well, furniture. I've known this for years and never get too surprised when I see new stuff from IKEA. (Excited, yes, but never shocked. It's more like: Oh, of course IKEA makes whole-grain rice packets!) And yet I was surprised last year, when I realized that IKEA offers plastic sandwich and freezer bags. What's next? Olive oil and aluminum foil? But we

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2018-07-13 14:27:24



Recipe: Strawberries & Cream French Toast Casserole — Recipes from The Kitchn  

This casserole is filled with everything you love about the classic, custard-soaked French toast from the stovetop, but goes big to feed a crowd and comes with a sweet, summery twist. It gets a double dose of berries, with bursts of warm strawberry jam in the center and glossy macerated berries on top, and melty nuggets of cream cheese scattered throughout. It's sweet and well-balanced, standing firmly in breakfast territory, but should you want to top it with fresh whipped

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2018-07-13 13:50:21



For Better Frozen Vegetables, Skip the Directions on the Package and Do This Instead — Tips from The Kitchn  

We know you've got that bag of frozen peas or cauliflower languishing in the freezer because we do too. Want to make more room for ice cream in your freezer by using up those frozen vegetables regularly? Same! Our very best advice for using up the frozen vegetables is to skip the lengthy directions on the back of the box or bag and try these few shortcuts instead. You'll get the same tasty, nutritious vegetables in less time from the freezer. READ MORE »

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2018-07-13 11:49:36



How To Make the Best Lemon Bars — Baking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Let's just get this out of the way — I really love lemon bars. Sure, I love chocolate chip cookies and a very good brownie as much as the next person, but lemon bars light me up like a little kid; their eye-catching brightness and promise of a sweet pucker always reel me in. This lemon bar is what I consider the ideal, with a buttery shortbread crust that is sturdy but tender enough to bite through and a thick and luscious filling with a balance of sweetness and tangy lemon brightness....

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2018-07-13 11:43:05



People Aren't Handling Costco's Decision to Remove the Polish Hot Dog Well — Grocery News  

"I'm never gonna let you close to me/Even though you mean the most to me," Sam Smith sang in his ever-vulnerable tenor. "Cause every time I open up it hurts/So I'm never gonna get too close to you." That song — Too Good at Goodbyes — explains why he tries to maintain some emotional distance in relationships. It also explains how I'll be handling Costco's food court menu from now on, because if they'll pull the venerable Polish Hot Dog from the lineup, then absolutely nothing i...

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2018-07-13 10:31:10



5 Reasons This Kitchen Cabinet Color Will Be Trendy for a Long Time — Paint Project  

Our sister site, Apartment Therapy, has written before about kitchens with green cabinets, and blue cabinets, and black cabinets — and those are all lovely, but this post is dedicated to a particular favorite of mine: gray cabinets. Whether you're looking for a pearl gray or a seal gray or a dark almost-charcoal gray, this color has a timeless allure, and suits practically any space. Here are five reasons why this hue is here to stay. READ MORE »

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2018-07-13 10:25:42



This Disinfecting Kitchen Light Sounds Too Good to Be True! (But It Isn't!) — Prime Time  

We are big fans of under-cabinet lighting. Because, no matter how good your overhead lights are, you are almost always going to have shadows on your counters. You know, where you're using sharp knives and actually need to see what you're doing! While you can easily add simple lighting for $35 or less, we just came across another super-cool option. It'll cost you a little more (at least it's currently on sale for Amazon Prime Day!), but it will do one thing other lights don't: d

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2018-07-13 08:09:40



7 Things I Never Do When Making Burgers at Home — Tips from The Kitchn  

Burgers are quintessential summer fare and, as is true for most idealized foods, people make up a lot of rules about what you can and can't do to burgers at home. As a home cook who prefers my own burgers to anything takeout, I can tell you some of those rules are helpful and some are just rumors. Here are the seven things I never do when making burgers at home. READ MORE »

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2018-07-13 07:19:44



An Imagined Menu for Julia Child on Bastille Day — Bastille Day  

Julia Child was many things — an author, an educator, a television personality, an excellent cook, and a missionary for good food for all. She was more than just television's The French Chef — she was the most significant emissary for French cooking of the 20th century. Her extensive knowledge (she had studied at the finest professional culinary school under strict chefs in Paris after World War II) and her naturally expansive and encouraging personality made her the perfect person ...

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2018-07-13 06:54:42



Make Skillet Chicken Thighs with Creamy Tomato Sauce Tonight — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. Boneless skinless chicken thighs are infinitely better than boneless skinless chicken breasts. They're much juicier, harder to overcook, and full of flavor — all things the most basic cut of chicken is not. We've talked about our love for chicken thighs a lot on Kitchn, including here, and here, and here. Pinterest also lo...

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2018-07-13 06:21:52



This Whole Foods Ice Cream Sale Will Save Your Weekend — Shopping  

You're gonna need a spoon (or some cones), if you plan on hitting Whole Foods this weekend. The grocery chain is having a great sale on ice cream: Starting today, July 13, and running through Sunday, July 15, you can get two pints of either Talenti or Ben & Jerry's for just $6 — and that includes their expanding line of dairy-free options. (Amazon Prime members get an additional 10 percent off the sale price!) READ MORE »

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2018-07-13 06:06:40



What to Eat Based on Your Favorite Character of Friday Night Lights — Food TV  

Friday Night Lights fans can all agree that it's not just a show about football. The NBC series, which first aired over a decade ago, gives a glimpse into a small, football-obsessed Texas town and the lives of the people who call it home. If the teeniest part of you hasn't been the same since the series ended, let this serve as a friendly reminder that you can currently stream all 76 episodes on Hulu, Amazon, or nbc.com. Since the show's twists and turns take place

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2018-07-13 02:33:37



The Best Trader Joe's Snacks to Sneak into the Movies — Shopping  

Even before I learned that the "butter" in movie theater popcorn isn't actually butter (sorry to be the bearer of bad news), I've been stashing my own snacks in the depths of my tote bag for movie munching. (I know this is technically frowned upon, so please don't @ me!) My go-to store for stocking up: Trader Joe's, of course. See, TJ's is the king of irresistibly quirky snacks for every occasion — and that includes catching a flick and cooling off in an air conditioned movie theater. ...

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2018-07-13 02:22:33



7 Surprising Things to Do with Frozen Fruit Beyond Making Smoothies — Tips from The Kitchn  

The freezer is such a treasure chest of kitchen delights. I reach into my own for frozen vegetables to get dinner done in a pinch, ice for cold brew and boo-boos alike, and frozen fruit like berries, cherries, and peaches (yes, even in the height of summer!). And yet, I'm not making smoothies every day. No, I'm using frozen fruit for everything from dessert to dinner in a few surprising ways that makes these frozen gems worth their weight in gold. Here are seven clever ways to us

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2018-07-13 02:15:05



The 5 Best Fruity Ice Pops at the Grocery Store — Shopping  

We eat ice cream year-round, but ice pops? Ice pops seem to be tailor-made for summer. They're fruity, icy refreshments on a stick. Like lemonade or juice, but in solid form! With ice pop season upon us (fun fact: We're not calling them Popsicles because that's a brand name like Kleenex and Xerox!), we figured it's high time to find out which brands make the best ones. READ MORE »

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2018-07-13 01:57:44



Nigella Lawson's Secret for Making Symmetrical Deviled Eggs — Pop Culture  

I've been on a major deviled egg kick lately. Making a big plate of deviled eggs is one of the easiest and, frankly, most cost-effective ways to give a large group of people something nice and a bit substantial to snack on with cocktails. READ MORE »

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2018-07-12 20:24:11



How To Build a Floating Cooler for Less than $10 — How To  

The party problem: You and your friends are in the pool and you want a drink, but no one feels like getting out to grab seltzers for everyone. (It's a tough life, we know.) The party trick: Use pool noodles and a plastic storage container to build a floating cooler that can bob around with you in the water. READ MORE »

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2018-07-12 15:53:27



This Is the Best Grocery Store in Texas — Have You Been? — Grocery Stores Across America  

We're suckers for a good origin story. And the best supermarket in Texas has an interesting one: It starts with a strong-willed woman named Florence Butt, who moved her family, including three sons, to Texas in the early 1900s. She was in search of better medical treatments for her husband, who suffered from tuberculosis. After taking orders and delivering groceries door-to-door for A&P Tea Company, Florence borrowed $60 to open Mrs. C.C. Butt's Staple and Fancy Grocery on the ground f

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2018-07-12 15:06:31



Recipe: Teriyaki Beef Burger — Recipes from The Kitchn  

It only takes a few ingredients to give a classic burger a flavorful makeover, and this recipe proves just that. It relies on a simple slaw, store-bought teriyaki sauce, and thinly sliced jalapeño for a tangy twist on the all-American hamburger. READ MORE »

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2018-07-12 14:36:22



What's the Difference Between Barbecuing and Grilling? — Word of Mouth  

Many of us use the terms "barbecuing" and "grilling" interchangeably. For example, you've likely invited friends and family over for a backyard barbecue, where you're serving up grilled burgers and dogs. If we're getting technical (and we are), that's not actually a barbecue. Here's why. READ MORE »

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2018-07-12 14:17:40



Recipe: Easy Green Olive Pasta — Recipes from The Kitchn  

When you saute green olives and garlic in butter, the results are magical. The olives warm and soften, and the garlic infuses the fat with its rich fragrance, creating an easy, flavorful pasta sauce that rivals any restaurant dish. A splash of lemon juice adds acidity for balance, and each portion is finished with freshly ground pepper and generous shavings of Parmesan. It's the kind of dinner that feels like a treat to eat, and yet it pretty much came straight from your pantry. Tha...

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2018-07-12 10:40:31



These Maple Dijon Grilled Brussels Sprouts Are the Perfect Side — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. I consider myself lucky to have witnessed, during my lifetime, the complete 180 of Brussels sprouts' identity as a vegetable. It seems like in the blink of an eye, these mini cabbages went from being steamed, stinky, and kinda uncool to roasted, charred, and downright sexy. The world has finally stopped sleeping on Brussel

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2018-07-12 10:32:48



5 Professional Organizers Share Their Best Tips for Messy People — Organizing Tips from The Kitchn  

Getting your sh*t together is one thing. And then staying organized is another — especially when you're a self-proclaimed "messy" person. Luckily, we know some amazing professional organizers to call upon for help. We hit up five of our favorite pro-organizers for the number-one piece of advice they'd give "messy people" looking to get their homes — and lives — in order, and here's what they had to share. READ MORE »

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2018-07-12 09:39:41



This New Dairy-Free Yogurt Made with Pili Nuts Is as Creamy as the Real Thing — Food Trends  

Every new plant-based yogurt is cause for excitement. There are a lot of people in the world who don't eat dairy but still want to add some richness and tang to their smoothies, or have something to top with berries and granola for breakfast. One of the newest and most interesting vegan yogurts on the market is Lavva, which is made with pili nuts, and it's rich and creamy and contains no added sugars. READ MORE »

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2018-07-12 09:03:36



Pitcher Drink Recipe: 4-Ingredient Sparkling White Peach Sangria — The 10-Minute Happy Hour  

All right, people — we're in the thick of summer, so it's time to belly up to the bar for some ice-cold sangria with ripe summer fruit. Please don't go to that bad place in your mind of sickly sweet concoctions and hangovers so horrible that you'll swear off the stuff. Great sangria can be refreshing, and it's perfect for a summer party. READ MORE »

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2018-07-12 08:20:14



The Top-Selling Snack Brand on Amazon Might Surprise You — Food Trends  

If you'd asked me what the best-selling snack brand on Amazon was, I would have guessed it was something rare or hard to find — maybe some small-batch product that was only available on the internet, or an international import like all those cool Kit Kat flavors you can only get in Japan. But according to CSP Daily News, the top-selling snack brand on Amazon is also one of the most familiar ones in the grocery store: Planters. READ MORE »

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2018-07-12 06:56:38



What Is Lillet? — Ingredient Intelligence  

The moment summer hits, my routine tends to involve rose and icy gin and tonics. There's just something about the sunny weather that makes me crave happy hour drinks a whole lot more often. While those have long been my go-tos, this year there's a new bottle that's been getting equal, if not more, playtime: Lillet. For some, Lillet isn't anything new, as it's been around for a good long while. Yet, I'd only tried it a handful of times out at bars and never bothered to add it to my c...

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2018-07-12 06:49:05



I Visited the Rosé Mansion and Literally Swung from a Chandelier — Pop Culture  

More than I care to admit, I've consumed a lot of things for the sake of the Insta. I've dangled over balconies to capture the perfect #drinksintheair pic at sunset, scouted out elaborate street art as a backdrop for a rapidly melting ice cream cone, asked strangers if they'd switch seats with me in a restaurant for better natural lighting, and I once ate a buffalo wing coated in 24-karat edible gold dust. This is probably why I felt so at home at the launch of The Rose Mansi...

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2018-07-12 06:31:33



10 Ways to Make a Meal Out of Frozen Peas — Tips from The Kitchn  

Peas are the OG frozen vegetables. Whether you like them or not, it's highly likely you have a bag in your freezer, if only to be used as an ice pack to soothe a bump or a bruise. But they're worth so much more than that! You see, since frozen peas defrost and warm up almost instantly when cooked, they're a rockstar ingredient for fast main dishes. Here are 10 ways we love to use them. READ MORE »

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2018-07-12 06:03:05



How To Make Oven-Fried Pickles — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Fried pickles are a menu staple in the South. These salty, crispy, tangy pickles are just as delicious as french fries, but pack a bigger flavor punch. But who wants to relegate something so tasty to dining out only? That's why we're happy to share that we've totally nailed the oven-fried pickle! It's equally as tasty and crispy as its fried restaurant friend, without the hassle of heating up oil and frying in the heat of summer. Here's how you can make restaurant-worthy oven

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2018-07-12 05:59:05



We Tried IKEA's Cookware Lines. Here's What We Thought. — Shopping  

When you think of IKEA, one thing comes to mind: furniture! Of course, you know you can also load up your cart with pillows, lamps, cutting boards, and more. You've probably also seen IKEA's big selection of cookware and wondered how well it performs. (Will it last longer than those inexpensive sofas?) With prices ranging from $3.50 for a small pan up to $130 for a full set, IKEA pots and pans are definitely bargain-priced. But can they take the heat as well as the better-known

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2018-07-12 03:17:52



The 3 Things from the Target Freezer Section Everyone Should Try at Least Once — Shopping  

I never used to go to Target to buy ice cream, but I do now. As I walked by the freezer case one day, one of the company's Market Pantry ice creams stopped me in my tracks. Unicorn Magic? What the heck kind of flavor is that? The label described it as "fruity." Next to it was another curiosity: Birthday Cake, made with frosting-flavored ice cream. Both were only $2.99 for 1.5 quarts. The price was as low as my expectations, but my curiosity was definitely piqued. I had to try th

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2018-07-12 02:57:23



These 15 Recipes Turn Chicken Breast into Dinner — Recipes from The Kitchn  

It's pretty much a given that you'll find chicken breast in regular rotation in my meal plans and at least one or two packs stashed in my freezer at all times. When it comes to versatility, lean, mild-mannered chicken breast deserves an award. It's willing and able to meet your dinnertime needs on the stovetop or grill, and in the oven, slow cooker, or Instant Pot. It can also be partnered with just about anything you have hanging out in the fridge or pantry. Most of the time, it j

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2018-07-12 02:14:56



Here's the Health Food Restaurant Oprah Liked Enough to Invest In — Pop Culture  

Oprah Winfrey just found a new Favorite Thing, but this one is quite a bit bigger than a box of scones or a hot sauce sampler. Oprah had lunch at a small health food chain restaurant, and she liked it so much that she's added the company to her investment portfolio and taken a seat on its board of directors. That's very good news for the restaurant chain known as True Food Kitchen, because Oprah's investment prowess is legendary. It seems like she can turn anything into a best-se

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2018-07-11 19:26:33



Instant Pot Is Coming Out with a New Way to Save Dinner — Shopping  

As if the Instant Pot didn't already make it super easy (and fun!) to get dinner on the table, there's something new coming out that will make it all even easier. Williams Sonoma has created the first-ever line of food designed exclusively with Instant Pot. The line? An assortment of bottles — featuring dried spices and other ingredients — that can be used as starters when you cook. They include almost everything you need to make the dish. In most cases, you just add liquid ...

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2018-07-11 16:54:16



One of the Best Places to Eat in Tokyo Is at 7-Eleven — Pop Culture  

Several years ago I was preparing for a study-abroad trip to Japan when one of the program directors told the group of assembled students that we should write our names in our clothes, pledge not to speak English outside the classroom, and plan on buying all our lunches from the convenience store across the street. I was shocked. Was he seriously suggesting that we eat gas-station hot dogs and potato chips for three months straight? But that was just because I'd never actually s

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2018-07-11 14:58:57



How To Grill Even Better Asparagus — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Asparagus is a vegetable that is transformed by hot-and-fast cooking. It's why we love roasted and stir-fried asparagus, and why we fall in love each spring with grilled asparagus. Grilling makes asparagus tender while imparting a delightful char and smoky flavor — but to be honest, grilling asparagus can be tricky. Most asparagus is just wide enough to slip between the grill grates and fall into the fire. Last summer, I learned the super-simple solution for grilling asp...

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2018-07-11 13:56:45



Treat Yourself to Garlic Butter Steak Bites Tonight — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. If you're a meat-and-potatoes kind of family, consider making these garlic butter steak bites from Dinner at the Zoo tonight. These seared bites require only a few minutes of cooking and can hold their own as an appetizer or as a main course. READ MORE »

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2018-07-11 13:51:33



7 Frozen Breakfast Items Kitchn Staffers Always Have in Their Freezers — Shopping  

One recent morning, I asked my Amazon Echo to "snooze" so many times, Alexa started to give me a news brief instead. Once I finally got out of bed, there was no way I was whipping together a gourmet breakfast. Feeling curious and oh-so-sleepy, I decided to ask my coworkers to share their favorite frozen breakfast items for when they just can't in the morning. I've also included a freezer favorite of my own for when I have a bit more spunk. (Confession: When I said "one recent m

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2018-07-11 13:23:08



10 Smart Slow Cooker Dinners for Lazy Cooks — Recipes from The Kitchn  

During summer I rely on my slow cooker more than ever. It's a staple during my weekend meal prep sessions, a must for cookouts and BBQs, and, most of all, it's my secret to the easiest no-prep dinners on the table. To make that happen, it's all about having the right recipes on your side, like the kind that don't require tons of chopping or upfront cooking. From sausage and peppers to burrito bowls to BBQ chicken, here are 10 low-effort slow cooker dinners to keep on regular rotation

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2018-07-11 13:11:09



I Got My Hands on the New Instant Pot That's Not Even Out Yet – Here's What I Thought — Instant Pot  

In the three years since I bought my first Instant Pot (the classic 6-Quart Duo), the company has launched several upgraded models including a bluetooth model, a smaller 3-quart version, and the Ultra. But none tempted me to replace my trusty Duo. That was, until this spring, when I heard the announcement for the upcoming Instant Pot Max. Related: Exclusive Scoop: Here's a First Look at the Brand New Instant Pot The not-yet-released Instant Pot model offers some ke

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2018-07-11 12:27:32



10 Ways to Make a Meal Out of Frozen Cauliflower — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Given its mild flavor, cauliflower has a wonderful way of being transformed into a countless array of dishes. That's why having a bag of frozen cauliflower on hand at all times is smart — when you're stumped on what to make, those florets will have your back. Here are 10 ways we love to turn them into a satisfying meal. READ MORE »

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2018-07-11 11:45:19



12 Little Kitchen Gadgets Our Editors Secretly Love — Shopping  

When you work for a home-cooking site, there are certain assumptions made about you. One is that you love to cook (which is true for all of us!); the other is that because you love to cook, you must relish every single moment of chopping, peeling, and grating. And to that we say ... um, sorry, no. We all have busy schedules, with families to feed and friends to see, so sometimes we rely on handy little gadgets to help us take shortcuts in the kitchen and make the cooki

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2018-07-11 08:44:42



5 Things the French Taught Us About Cooking and Eating — Bastille Day  

If you've ever been lucky enough to take a trip to France or even if you've just popped into a local French bakery in your neighborhood, you know that the French eat incredibly well. So if there is ever a culture we'd like to learn from in terms of how to cook and eat, it's the French. Here are just five of many things they've taught us about the pleasures of cooking and eating. READ MORE »

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2018-07-11 07:14:34



7 Things Nearly Every French Cook Has in Her Fridge — Chez Soi: At Home Like the French  

"Vous venez espionner les francais enfait." This translates as, "You've actually come to spy on the French!" Turns out, when you ask your French friends to tell you what's in their refrigerators, they think you've come to Paris to spy on them. They will also all tell you the same seven things. READ MORE »

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2018-07-11 07:10:23



Recipe: Brûléed Ricotta — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Give creamy, rich ricotta the crême brûlee treatment and you've got the fastest, fanciest dessert for all your summertime entertaining needs. This is a four-ingredient situation that comes together in minutes. It requires so little of you that you'll wonder what you did to deserve such goodness. Mix ricotta with honey and lemon zest, pile it into ramekins, sprinkle each with sugar, and broil until golden and bubbling. You just created a versatile treat that's as fit for ...

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2018-07-11 06:56:27



The Best Kitchen Organizing Hacks on the Internet — Organizing Tips from The Kitchn  

The problem with organizing the kitchen is that it's full of stuff, and that stuff tends to be all different sizes and shapes — meaning there's no magical solution that will work for everything. Challenging! So it's no wonder the internet is full of ingenious hacks to tackle different areas of the kitchen. Here are some the best ideas out there right now. READ MORE »

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2018-07-11 06:54:12



Costco vs. Amazon: We Compared Prices for 23 Essential Summer Groceries — Shopping  

It's funny how your grocery list changes when summer comes around with all those al fresco meals and backyard cookouts. If you need to stock up, we'd be willing to bet you've considered either making a trip to Costco or logging onto Amazon. One has bulk offerings with low prices, while the other has oh-so-convenient, to-your-door delivery. Exactly how much more can that convenience cost, though? We spent some time in these retailer's in-person and virtual aisles to find out who

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2018-07-11 05:38:05



Our 10 Most-Saved Meatless Recipes — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Whether or not you're a vegetarian, it doesn't hurt to get more vegetables in your diet. Maybe you're a devout fan of Meatless Monday or you're simply trying to trim down the meat wherever you can — it's clear you're all on the hunt for meatless recipes, as you've saved a whole bunch of them so far this year. These are your 10 favorite, and we couldn't agree more. READ MORE »

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2018-07-11 05:01:05



Recipe: BBQ Ranch Chicken Bites — Recipes from The Kitchn  

When creamy ranch dressing and tangy BBQ sauce join forces, you end up with the perfect marinade (and dipping sauce) for boneless, skinless chicken breasts. This isn't a new concept — we're simply passing along a good idea and making it even better. Our take threads the chicken onto skewers for super-quick broiling (or grilling!) and ease of eating, and the tender chunks of chicken make for a superb dinner or addition to your lunch salad tomorrow. READ MORE »

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2018-07-11 04:40:35



Grocery Shopping Like a French Person Is Overrated — Bastille Day  

Oh, the dream of living in Paris. When I'm vacationing in France I always make sure to stay in an apartment in a real neighborhood away from the selfie-snapping swarms, and every day I wake up to the most pleasurable of questions: What shall I eat today? READ MORE »

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2018-07-11 03:17:58



10 Parents on Their Favorite Thing in the Freezer Aisle for Absolutely Easy Dinners — The Grocery Store Freezer Aisle  

The freezer is making a well-deserved comeback, although savvy — or just plain busy — home cooks may scoff at the idea of it being a "return" to grace. Because when you have to throw a well-rounded family dinner together in a mad rush on a regular basis, you probably never left the freezer behind. In fact, it may hold your secret weeknight cooking weapon. It certainly does for these parents. I asked 10 busy parents to share their favorite things in the freezer aisle that make ...

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2018-07-11 02:56:21



The Big Drawback to Shiplap Walls That You Might Not Know About — Design  

Sick of shiplap yet? It's the little wall siding that could, chugging its way all across America these days. We've seen it in kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, and even inside showers. Oh, and it is apparently all over a certain Texas town called Waco — maybe you've heard of it? Whether you are a diehard devotee, a grudging admirer, or just looking for another reason to hate it, know that shiplap has at least one major check in the "con" column. READ MORE »

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2018-07-11 02:20:29



Granola Butter Tastes Like Eating Cookies for Breakfast, but It's Surprisingly Healthy — Food Trends  

As far as I'm concerned, the best breakfast is dessert. Steel-cut oats or a nice smoothie bowl are lovely, but there's nothing like waking up to find leftover pie or a pile of cookies from the night before. That's basically what it feels like to eat this new granola butter for breakfast — except the granola butter is a lot more versatile and surprisingly healthful. (Also you'll never have to deal with a judgy roommate asking, "Are you eating cookies for breakfast?" when they can see p...

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2018-07-10 20:44:57



This Caprese Cauliflower Casserole Is a Weeknight Win — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. Just when you thought we couldn't possibly have any more cauliflower recipes to share, we present to you this creamy caprese cauliflower casserole from The Iron You. This is a pretty solid way to consume a lasagna-sized hunk of what appears to be solid melted mozzarella for fewer than 200 calories, and I'm all for it. T

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2018-07-10 13:21:49



Alex Guarnaschelli's Best Cleaning Hack Comes from Her Mom — Pop Culture  

Grocery shopping, prepping ingredients, and actually doing all the cooking can be a lot of work — but that can be nothing compared to the task of cleaning up. Perhaps it's because the big event (the meal itself) has passed, but tackling a dirty kitchen is often the last thing I want to be doing. Which is why, when I got to interview Alex Guarnaschelli as part a partnership with Lysol Daily Cleaner, I of course had to ask a pro: What tools and tricks make cleanup less complic...

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2018-07-10 12:56:04



Mindy Kaling Loves Making Homemade Baby Food — Pop Culture  

Mindy Kaling's Instagram account is an absolute treasure. Where else can you go to ogle a custom-made Naeem Khan gown and an ombre chocolate cake at the same time? Kaling is brilliantly funny, and she loves food as much as she loves fashion. And this weekend she revealed that she really enjoys making baby food and doing meal prep for her 6-month-old baby. READ MORE »

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2018-07-10 12:50:36



Skip Meal Prep with These Freezer Staples — Tips from The Kitchn  

I love meal planning. It is one of my favorite ways to feel prepared for each week and reduce my daily stress. But meal prep? The final step in meal planning where you chop veggies, make dressings, maybe even cook some meals? I'm really bad at it. Finding time — even just a few hours — over the weekend to cook is probably as hard for you as it is for me. Lately, I've been relying on the freezer aisle to help me prep parts of our meal plans to save me time during the week. H...

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2018-07-10 12:20:08



There's a Much Better Type of Frozen Pea You Should Be Buying — Tips from The Kitchn  

When you spend as much time in grocery stores as I do, it's hard not to grow jaded and unaffected by the flashy packages and bold buzzwords. Recently, I tossed bag of "frozen petite peas" into my cart with little consideration of (what I was sure was) a marketing ploy by the multinational green pea conglomerates to upsell me. It was going in my shopping cart, regardless of fancy French labels. But it turns out that when it comes to frozen peas, a single word — petite — can make ...

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2018-07-10 11:40:51



Here's How You Can Save at Whole Foods During Amazon Prime Day — Prime Time  

If you've been following along with some of our early coverage of Amazon's fourth annual Prime Day, then you may already know that, for the first time ever, there will be special Prime Day deals happening in Whole Foods stores. And if you've been waiting to find out what those deals will be, your wait is finally over. Keep reading to check out the details. READ MORE »

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2018-07-10 10:24:49



10 Organizing Ideas to Steal from These French Airbnbs — Organizing Tips from The Kitchn  

Whether it's a sweet mountainside chateau or a cool urban apartment, the French are less about space than they are about style. And their kitchens reflect that — usually more minimal and on the smaller side, with just the right equipment to execute a simple, delicious meal. So we decided to take a virtual stroll through some French Airbnbs in hopes of finding some smart organizing ideas that'll make our own kitchens très chic. Here are the 10 lessons we took away. READ MORE ...

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2018-07-10 08:38:23



Recipe: 3-Ingredient Roasted Dijon Potatoes — 3-Ingredient Recipes  

My meal plans are rooted in simple weeknight dinners that come together as quickly as possible, so it should come as no surprise that my side dish preferences follows suit. That's just part of the reason these roasted potatoes are currently on repeat. It's also because they go with everything. Whatever you do, just don't mistake their simplicity and short ingredient list for small flavor. Partnered with grainy Dijon, these potatoes have a pop of tang to complement their crispy, crackly

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2018-07-10 07:19:04



10 Easy Dinner Ideas for Two People — Recipes from The Kitchn  

I know firsthand it can often be a challenge to cook dinner for just two people. My husband and I have become experts at halving recipes or simply embracing leftovers, but to be completely honest, both can be a pain sometimes. What about a meal that perfectly serves two without leftovers for days? These 10 recipes are just that. READ MORE »

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2018-07-10 06:56:27



6 Ways to Skip Meal Prep This Weekend — Tips from The Kitchn  

As one of the team leaders of Kitchn's Meal Plan Club, this is a little hard for me to admit: I'm not that into meal prep. Meal prep is the last task in meal planning that really puts your plan into action and makes weeknight dinners that much easier and less stressful, but I fail at it most weeks. The problem isn't that I don't understand the basics of meal prep, but rather that come Sunday afternoon I'd rather run around the yard with my kids or drink a glass of wine and

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2018-07-10 06:50:22



3 Things Kitchn Editors Refuse to Buy at IKEA — Shopping  

There's obviously lots to love about IKEA. The 79-cent dish towels! The IKEA Family program! All the fun groceries! Our list literally goes on and on. We do, however, also have a list of the things we do not love at IKEA. That list is a lot shorter, but we're pretty firm on it. Here are the three things Kitchn editors simply will not buy from IKEA. Take a look and then weigh in with your thoughts. READ MORE »

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2018-07-10 06:47:38



The Single Best Thing You Can Do Before Going on Vacation — Travel Bites  

Going on vacation is supposed to be relaxing and fun. But there is always so much to worry about before you leave — and even while you're away! You need to check your luggage to make sure you packed everything you meant to. Then when you're actually on vacation, you are worrying about your house and your pets, hoping that they are being good for the sitter. READ MORE »

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2018-07-10 06:34:09



I Tried the Instant Pot. Here's What I Think About It, 8 Months Later. — Appliance Love  

I first heard about the Instant Pot a few years ago when Cambria polled readers to find out their favorite slow cooker. Instead of a traditional slow cooker, many of you raved about the Instant Pot, but I had never even heard of it. Of course now, you can't read a single food magazine or website without seeing an Instant Pot story (or seven). A few months after I first heard about the small appliance, I reviewed the Instant Pot on the site. I approached it with a mixture of exciteme

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2018-07-10 06:33:31



The 5 Biggest Trends That Came Out of Summer Fancy Food 2018 — Food Trends  

Last week Fancy Food descended upon the Javits Center in New York to showcase more than 180,000 products. While it's a little intimidating to walk the miles and miles it takes to see everything, it's exciting to see certain trends emerge by walking the show. Here are the five biggest trends I noticed this year that are sure to hit your grocery store in the coming years. READ MORE »

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2018-07-10 06:17:34



This Is the Top-Selling Freezer Item from AmazonFresh — Shopping  

Ever since AmazonFresh launched, my grocery game has never been the same. Somehow, the online shopping behemoth has made picking up a gallon of milk as easy as impulse buying an inflatable pizza-shaped pool floatie — all from the comforts of my couch. READ MORE »

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2018-07-10 05:43:30



The 5 Unsung Heroes of Regional French Cuisine — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Where most people see a map of France, I always see a menu, each region beckoning with its special, signature dish. There are crêpes from Brittany, salade Niçoise from Nice, choucroute garnie (that's how the French say sauerkraut and sausage) from Alsace, and so much more. These iconic recipes, which combine local produce with history, culture, and tradition, have become symbols of their regions, their fame spreading far beyond France and throughout the world. But when ...

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2018-07-10 04:56:51



Recipe: Light & Fresh Slow Cooker Corn Chowder — Recipes from The Kitchn  

I have a keen eye for slow cooker meals that satisfy in every season, and for summer, corn chowder is my go-to. You'll find me cozied up on the couch with a creamy bowl of sweet corn chowder, watching the lightning strike as the afternoon storms come rolling in. To me, an easy summer dinner is one that requires minimal prep, doesn't heat up the house, and is ready when I am. This corn chowder, complete with a bright and lemon-y bell pepper and corn relish, checks all those boxes. R

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2018-07-10 01:57:43



This Unbelievable Kitchen Makeover Only Cost $700 — Kitchen Makeovers  

Be forewarned: This disco-fabulous backsplash is not long for the world, so enjoy it while you can. The rest of the kitchen was perhaps not worthy of such sparkle. It was so dated, mismatched, and confusing. Now it's fresh, unified, and bright. READ MORE »

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2018-07-09 14:18:32



The 5 Best Things I Tried at Summer Fancy Food 2018 — Food Trends  

Every summer for the last five years I've made the trek to the Javits Center in New York City for the Fancy Food Show. With an iron stomach (mostly) and comfortable shoes, I walk for hours searching for all the new brands and products that are definitely worth knowing about. Here are some of my favorite picks from this 2018 (including a ginger elixir you're going to need for that summer cold). READ MORE »

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2018-07-09 13:37:18



The Hot Dog Taste Test: We Tried 9 Brands and Here's What We Thought — Shopping  

Have you shopped for hot dogs recently? There are so many options to choose from in the grocery store aisle. No matter what kind of dog you're craving, there's a hot dog out there for you. We set up a taste test to determine the superlatives for all the hot dogs we could find. Keep reading to see what we thought of these top dogs. READ MORE »

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2018-07-09 13:33:52



This Chicken Piccata Will Be a Family Favorite — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. Capers are extremely polarizing. If you like them, you love them, and if you don't, you hate them. I know this because, while I can eat a spoonful of capers straight out of the jar, the first time my now brother-in-law tried my sister's famous caper-quinoa salad, he picked out every briny bugger one by one and sent her a photo of t

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2018-07-09 12:15:30






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