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Recipe: Apple Cinnamon Toaster Strudels — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Apple cinnamon toaster strudels, those super-sweet frozen pastries, were definitely a guilty pleasure growing up. I have to admit, it's been years since I last enjoyed one — until this recipe came along. READ MORE »

2017-10-18 17:30:00
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An Easy Halloween Menu for Pumpkin Spice Lovers — Boozy Budget Halloween  

If you are way more into it being pumpkin spice season than Halloween, I'm going to show you how to put together a low-key party that celebrates the season more than the actual holiday of Halloween. You can pull it off with a three-ingredient cocktail and a batch of gooey pumpkin spice Rice Krispies treats. Here's how to make it happen. READ MORE »

2017-10-18 17:00:00
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How To Create a Drip Frosting Effect on Any Cake — Baking Lessons from The Kitchn  

You've seen them across the internet, flooding your Pinterest and Instagram feed: cakes finished with all hues of gorgeous drip frosting, pouring delicately down their sides. Want to know a secret? That beautiful drip detail is incredibly easy to make at home. Whether you want to upgrade a store-bought cake or really put a show-stopping finishing touch on a homemade layer cake, a pretty waterfall of frosting down the side of your cake is just a few steps away. READ MORE »

2017-10-18 16:00:00
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10 Food Gifts You Can Actually Afford in the Neiman Marcus Catalog, and One You Absolutely Can't — Shopping  

The Neiman Marcus Christmas Book is here! If you're unfamiliar, every year the company comes out with a mind-boggling list of wildly expensive, completely bonkers gift ideas, and the 2017 volume will not disappoint you. If you want to build your own Rolls Royce, take over an entire Times Square hotel on New Year's Eve, the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book will let you do that. But the Neiman Marcus catalog is also full of gourmet food gifts, and some of them are actually within the realm of

2017-10-18 15:45:00
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10 Weeknight Dinners with Chickpeas — Recipes from The Kitchn  

While we're big fans of the entire bean family, we are a little biased toward the chickpea: Its meaty goodness and adaptability in so many recipes is hard not to love. We always have at least a couple cans in the pantry, ready to be whipped up into quick and easy dinners at a moment's notice. Here are 10 chickpea-centric recipes we love. READ MORE »

2017-10-18 15:00:00
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I Passionately Believe That Small Kitchens Are Better than Big Ones — Small-Space Kitchens  

When you're imagining your dream kitchen, what do you see? Chances are, your ideal culinary space includes plenty of countertops, endless cabinets, and a fully stocked pantry — but you might be surprised to learn that the best kitchens are actually small kitchens. READ MORE »

2017-10-18 14:30:00
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The 10 Most Common Food Items Airbnb Guests Leave Behind — Travel Intelligence  

One of the (admittedly strange) perks of being an Airbnb host is discovering what objects my guests have left behind. As I ready my rental kitchen for the next temporary inhabitants, I get to conduct an exercise that's part anthropological analysis of the eating and drinking habits of travelers of the world, part Easter egg hunt. In addition to the standard-issue leave-behinds like phone chargers (and, um, some unmentionables), here are 10 of the most common things I find. READ

2017-10-18 14:15:00
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10 Ways to Create Storage in a Small Rental Kitchen — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

If you're a renter with a small kitchen, all those storage hacks you see on Pinterest probably drive you up a wall. (A small wall, but still, a wall.) So many of the so-called brilliant storage ideas out there involve ripping something out, putting something in, or both — not exactly making them renter-friendly. All of these ideas? They're all totally temporary and sure to help you get your security deposit back at the end of your lease. READ MORE »

2017-10-18 13:30:00
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Deborah Madison Explains When to Peel Winter Squash (and When Not To) — Tips from The Kitchn  

Winter squash are the heroes of cold-weather cooking. Rich in vitamins and fiber, they bring a touch of sweetness to heavy dishes and enliven our plates with their bright, often deeply hued flesh. Long-lasting and beautiful, they can even double as a sculptural centerpiece until you're ready to bring them to the chopping board. But here's where their appeal wanes: Winter squash are often unwieldy and require a heavy hand with the chef's knife and a dexterous, occasionally even

2017-10-18 13:00:00
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Why Every Home Baker Should Own a Silicone Mat — Shopping  

There are plenty of baking tools that I'm happy to not spend money on. Keep your fancy pie beads — I've got dried beans! And I've gotten by just fine without a French rolling pin; I have a regular one, thank you very much. That said, there is one exception to my scrappy home baker setup: my silicone baking mats. Yes, parchment paper can do many of the things that these mats can do, and they won't replace parchment paper entirely, but they're worth the money — and the little...

2017-10-18 12:30:00
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These 15 Easy Cast Iron Skillet Meals Are Perfect for a Family of Four — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Out of all the pots and pans in my kitchen, I reach for my cast iron skillet the most on busy weeknights. Although it deserves a little more TLC than some of my other pots and pans, its ability to maintain a strong, even heat, easily go from stovetop to oven, and fit my entire dinner inside of it make it worth its upkeep. The standard size of a cast iron skillet — usually about nine or 10 inches — perfectly fits a dinner that can feed a family of four (with maybe even a little ex...

2017-10-18 12:00:00
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Behold the Weird, Soothing Beauty of Japanese Vending Machines — Culture  

The vending machines are cushioned with snow. They sit, lit and beckoning, beside roads and water and nothing at all. In the wintery Hokkaido landscape, these machines offer bottled drinks and quiet beauty for photographer Eiji Ohashi in his Roadside Lights series: "When I hold a warm bottle that I buy from the vending machine, my feelings relax." And weirdly, just looking at these serene photos, I get that. READ MORE »

2017-10-18 11:15:00
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How to Stay Satisfied on a Plant-Based Diet — Plant-Based Wellness  

I cried for a few weeks after I changed to a plant-based diet. Changing my diet actually helped me avoid getting a hysterectomy, but that wasn't enough to stop me from blubbering about my new way of eating. I thought I'd never be satisfied. I loved all things cheese and steak frites and thought I was sentenced to a life of brown rice and steamed broccoli. READ MORE »

2017-10-18 11:00:00
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Where to Shop to Get the Best Deals on Really Good Halloween Candy — Shopping  

Do you live on a Halloween street? The kind that attracts trick-or-treaters from all over town? I do, and preparing for October 31 is no joke. One year we spent over $100 on candy. (This included an urgent, mid-evening run to CVS when the bottom of our plastic pumpkin appeared. Not recommended.) This year I did a lot of work in advance to figure out how to fill your caldron without emptying your wallet. Here's where you should be shopping. READ MORE »

2017-10-18 10:30:00
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One Knife Set We Can Actually Get Behind — Amazon Deal of the Day  

We don't usually recommend buying knife sets (so often, they come with a ton of extras — at an added expense! — that you don't actually need). This six-piece stick-resistant cutlery set by Farberware, however, we can get behind. Related: Never Buy a Set of Knives. Here's Why. Keep reading to find out why we like this set so much. READ MORE »

2017-10-18 10:15:00
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How Cutting My Food Budget Helped Me Quit My Full-Time Job — Money Goals, Kitchen Solutions  

In early 2015 I was single, lived alone in Boston, MA, and spent more than $500 a month on food and alcohol. I had visions of quitting my full-time job to travel and pursue a career in freelance writing, but first I had to address my serious spending problem. After a bad day at work I came home and compiled a spreadsheet with self-imposed grocery guidelines. Before the budget, a typical lunch was a Greek takeout salad ($12) followed by a midday Grande black iced tea at Starb

2017-10-18 10:00:00
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This Smart Hack Will Change Your Mind About Frozen Pizza — Internet Food Hacks  

That woman sprinting in heels to the frozen food section at 5 p.m.? That's me when I forget to plan something for dinner. I'm a working single mom with three kids, and I've definitely been known to heat up a couple of frozen pizzas, bust out the paper plates, and eat in front of the television with my kiddos. But honestly, my brood has never actually loved frozen pizza night. They complain the crust is too soggy and tell me my homemade pizza is way better. As much as I love a comp

2017-10-18 09:45:00
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This Is the Most Popular Pantry on Pinterest Right Now — Pantries to Pin  

Turns out, the most-pinned pantry of all time comes from our sister site, Apartment Therapy. How cool is that? (See it here: This Is Apartment Therapy's Most-Pinned Pantry.) However, this pantry by Mallory — half of the team at the blog Classy Clutter — is hot on its heels! With 184,000 saves (and gaining!), it's the top trending pantry on Pinterest right now, and for good reason: It's so stinking cute! READ MORE »

2017-10-18 09:30:00
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This Is Anthony Bourdain's Favorite Chef's Knife — Chef Tips  

Anthony Bourdain has a lot of very strong opinions. He hates Johnny Rockets, Unicorn Frappuccinos, the third slice of bread in the middle of a club sandwich, and people who put too much soy sauce on sushi. One thing he loves, though, is a really good chef's knife, and it turns out he's remained pretty loyal to one over the years. READ MORE »

2017-10-18 09:15:00
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Recipe: Ground Beef Taco Casserole — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners  

My love for classic ground beef tacos — you know, the kind with the signature seasoning pack, topped with crunchy romaine, chopped tomatoes, and bright-orange cheddar — runs deep. Until recently, I didn't think there was any way to top them. But then I took all the elements that make them so amazing and turned them into a weeknight casserole. It has a cheesy beef and bean base laced with warm spices, and then is topped as a classic taco should be, with lettuce, tomato, and creamy G...

2017-10-18 09:00:00
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Le Creuset's Massive Factory Sale Is Coming Back! — Shopping  

If you happen to have plans to be in or around Charleston, South Carolina the weekend of November 10, you will be in luck. Not only is historic Charleston extra pretty that time of year, but it's also where you'll be able to find a massive flea-market-style sale on Le Creuset items. (Not planning on being there during that time? Perhaps you should look into making some travel arrangements. Just an idea.) READ MORE »

2017-10-18 08:45:00
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This Chicken Parm Casserole Is for Weeknight Warriors — Delicious Links  

If you crave chicken Parmesan but don't think you can pull off making it after a long day at work, I have just the recipe for you. With a few smart shortcuts this baked pasta delivers everything you love about the classic dish in easy-to-pull-off-on-a-weeknight casserole form. READ MORE »

2017-10-18 08:30:00
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Why You'll Never See Scented Hand Soap in My Kitchen — Strong Opinions  

I don't have a lot of hard-and-fast rules when it comes to what's "allowed" in my kitchen. All the dishware has to match? Nah, I love to pick up pretty, one-off plates and bowls on my travels. No cats on the counters? It's still a work in progress (going on eight years). My cat is sassy and set in her ways, so no amount of clapping, yelling, or squirting with a water gun keeps her from jumping up there. The one thing I feel strongly about, though? There's a life-long ban on sce

2017-10-18 08:00:00
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5 Easy Energy Bite Recipes to Beat the Afternoon Slump — Recipe Roundup  

It's safe to say that fat, so long considered our nutritional enemy, is back in a big way. The once-shunned macronutrient has gone from playground outcast to cool kid on the block. We're glad, too, because we do love a good straight-from-the-jar peanut butter session. And there are even more exciting ways to get your daily dose. No, not avocados (although yes, naturally). We're talking about fat balls. READ MORE »

2017-10-18 07:30:00
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10 Hearty Casseroles That Welcome Fall — Recipes from The Kitchn  

In terms of sheer comfort, casseroles are high on the list of our favorite autumn dishes. Double points if they have a good amount of cheese, and triple points if they also contain pasta. I am so happy that the chilly evenings of fall have brought casseroles back into my weekly meal rotation. They make the kitchen feel cozy on Sunday and then become easy lunches and dinners all week long. And if company stops by, no problem — there's plenty to share. Here...

2017-10-17 17:00:00
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Recipe: Tangy Cabbage and Jalapeño Slaw — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Make this tangy, spicy slaw once and you'll want to bring it to every potluck you ever attend. At least, that's how this recipe makes me feel, and I'm certain it will do the same for you. With the crunchy texture of carrots and red cabbage and the bold flavors of vinegar, Dijon mustard, and jalapeño, this dish wins people over with just one bite. No one will ever be the wiser that you pulled this together in just five minutes. Yes, it is really that easy. READ MORE »

2017-10-17 16:00:00
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This Self-Taught Teen Makes Latte Art That's Way Too Cute to Drink — My Morning Cup  

You might think a cute heart or a pretty fern in the foam of a latte is a sign of elite barista skills, but then you probably haven't seen Daphne Tans' 3-D latte creations. The 17-year-old is taking latte art to new heights with adorable foam sculptures that are technically astonishing and way too cute to drink. READ MORE »

2017-10-17 15:15:00
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The 25 Best Vegan and Vegetarian Dishes for Fall — Recipes from The Kitchn  

As the temperature starts to drop and the days get shorter, the desire for slow-cooked roasts and meaty braises may set in for many. But if you're someone who follows a vegan or vegetarian diet, it doesn't mean you don't crave something a bit more comforting and rice than what you've been eating over the summer — it's just that you want it without the meat. Luckily, there are plenty of options that are equally as fitting this time of year. Here are 25 recipes we love. READ MORE »

2017-10-17 15:00:00
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This New Measuring Cup May Make You a Better Baker — Food News  

Have you ever wondered why your cookies never come out the same from batch to batch, even though you're using the same recipe? Chances are, it's your measuring cup that's to blame. While, yes, the whole point of a measuring cup is accuracy, it's extremely easy to measure incorrectly. A little too much on top here, a little under the line there — that can really mess up a recipe. Good news, bakers! A former Google software engineer is working to fix that problem with a new kind...

2017-10-17 14:45:00
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These 5 Easy Halloween Costumes for Kids Are Super Cute — Halloween  

Parents, you're in luck. There are only a handful of days left before Halloween, and if you still don't know what your kids are going to dress up as, I have five excellent homemade costumes to share. All of them are food-themed, and most of them you can make with just a hot glue gun and a trip to the fabric (or grocery) store. READ MORE »

2017-10-17 14:30:00
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Having a Tough Time Decluttering? The "Ex-Test" Will Give You 20/20 Clarity — Apartment Therapy  

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2017-10-17 14:15:00
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It Changed My Life: How a Plant-Based Diet Eased My Endometriosis — It Changed My Life  

For the last five years, I've built my career around food. Specifically, talking about the benefits of a plant-based diet. I have a cookbook and podcast, and give talks around the country about the power of eating more plants. I talk about food a lot. I mean, a lot. But talking about a plant-based diet isn't just a career. A plant-based diet gave me my life back. READ MORE »

2017-10-17 14:00:00
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This One Product Makes My Costco Membership Worth It — Shopping  

My Costco membership can be a dangerous thing. I know it's supposed to save me money, but somehow it doesn't seem to reduce my monthly grocery spending. (I've yet to figure out the sorcery behind that math.) Still, even though it doesn't keep Benjamins in my bank, I could never give it up — and that's mostly due to one product. READ MORE »

2017-10-17 13:45:00
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The Best Thing I Ever Did for Organizing My Pots and Pans — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

While I can say that I truly love my kitchen and honestly would not change a thing, that was definitely not always the case. Until earlier this year, and for as long as my husband and I have lived in our apartment, the storage situation for our pots and pans drove me absolutely bonkers. It was nothing but frustration anytime I had to dig into that cabinet (spoiler alert: every day!). Then my husband came up with a brilliant solution that has been a total game-changer. READ MORE »

2017-10-17 13:30:00
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7 Ways to Make Creamy Pasta Without Cream — Tips from The Kitchn  

It's hard to beat the level of comfort provided by a pasta dish that's coated in a heavy cream sauce, like fettuccine Alfredo or penne alla vodka. That kind of dish is really more of a once-in-a-while meal for some, or not an option for others depending on their dietary choices, but that doesn't mean creamy pasta dishes can't be on the weekly roster. There are plenty of ways to make a creamy sauce without using heavy cream that result in a comforting choice any night of the week.

2017-10-17 13:00:00
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5 Things That Just Weren't Worth It at West Elm — Shopping  

There's a lot to love about West Elm — midcentury-modern-style pieces, all that copper, collaborations with artists and local makers — but not everything from the store is a home run, especially when it comes to kitchen items. While we'd all love to have kitchens outfitted with beautiful, stylish pieces, those pieces need to actually be effective (and safe!) to earn a permanent spot in our homes. If you care about form and function, there are some West Elm kitchen items th...

2017-10-17 12:30:00
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6 Times Spaghetti Squash Made You Forget About Pasta — Recipes from The Kitchn  

There has been a sharp decline in pasta consumption in my house recently, and I expect it continue for as long as I can get my hands on spaghetti squash. While it's highly unlikely you'll mistake these veggie strands for their carby counterpart, they are truly a delightful stand-in. If you're not convinced just yet, these six totally comforting recipes are sure to make you a spaghetti squash convert. READ MORE »

2017-10-17 12:00:00
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5 Ingenious Budget Pantries Created with IKEA Storage Basics — Pantry Perfect  

Want more kitchen storage, without breaking the bank? Do you dream of organized shelving and a perfectly posh pantry? Well, you're in luck. Gone are the days when having a dreamy pantry means forking over big bucks to a contractor for from-scratch shelving. Homeowners and renters alike are getting super creative with IKEA basics, transforming everything from bookshelves to cubbies into pantries big and small. Here are five we love — all created without a single kitchen cabinet...

2017-10-17 11:30:00
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The One Thing Every Kitchen Counter Needs — Amazon Deal of the Day  

I don't love telling people they need to buy stuff in order to be a good home cook. I like doing more with less — and saving money. So you know I mean it when I say there is one thing that every kitchen needs (you know, aside from the obvious pots, pans, and knives). That one thing? A salt keeper. Any salt keeper will do, but if you want my specific recommendation, it'd be for this Berard Concrete Salt Keeper, which is now on sale for at least $10 less than what I paid for i...

2017-10-17 11:15:00
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5 Instagram Accounts to Follow for Easy Kid Lunches — On Trend  

Let's be honest here — packing lunches for your kids can feel like a chore. It's definitely easier to hand your child a few bucks for the day, let them buy lunch, and be done with it. But at the same time, I like knowing what my kids are eating; when they bring lunch from home, I feel like they are getting something healthier and are more likely to eat it. Sure, my kids love pizza day at school, but they've told me more than once they "eat most of it and throw the crust, fruit, an...

2017-10-17 11:00:00
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5 Things We Learned About the Instant Pot from Melissa Clark's New Cookbook — Cookbook News  

When New York Times food columnist Melissa Clark decided to find out why electric pressure cookers — the Instant Pot, in particular — inspire such a frenzied following, she figured she'd write her story and be done with it. But, as it turns out, Clark became one of the adoring fans. "I figured I'd stick the machine in the basement with all the other once-in-a-while appliances," she wrote in a recent article for the New York Times. "Over time, though, the multicooker became s...

2017-10-17 10:45:00
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10 Free and Fabulous Halloween Pumpkin Stencils — The Great Pumpkin  

You know how to carve a classic jack-o'-lantern and now you're ready to try something a little different and special this Halloween. Enter: the pumpkin stencil, your ticket to something clever, Instagrammable, and original. Here are 10 of our favorite free Halloween pumpkin stencils that are both impressive and often easy. Try carving your house numbers in a trio of pumpkins, or a snapshot of the constellations — then light it up for a spooky evening. READ MORE »

2017-10-17 10:00:00
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A New Study Corroborates the Dangerous Link Between Sugar & Cancer — Wellness News  

We all know we're not supposed to eat too much sugar. It's bad for our teeth, say our dentist. It's bad for our waistlines and our hearts, say our doctors. But some scientists are now saying too much sugar is also bad for us on a much more molecular level; sugar may trigger the growth of cancer cells. READ MORE »

2017-10-17 09:45:00
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The Smartest Way to Add More Storage to Any Kitchen — Small-Space Kitchens  

Even the most organized among us — and even those of us who may be lucky enough to have a big kitchen — can always use a little more storage space. To that end, we say one can never have too many shelves. They're an easy fix and, depending on what materials you use and how you style them, they can serve just as well as a decorative element as they do for storage. Where to put them? You can (obviously) install them just about anywhere, but one of the most underutilized spots...

2017-10-17 09:30:00
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I Love Chrissy Teigen, but Bethenny Frankel Makes the Best Banana Bread — Strong Opinions  

I make banana bread every week. This is mostly because of a brown banana hand-off situation I'm currently in with my bulk-banana-buying landlords, but also because banana bread is awesome. And because I make banana bread every week, I have the opportunity to branch out into the magical world of banana bread recipes. Should I pour banana bread batter into a loaf pan or a Bundt pan? Should I fill it with peanut butter swirls or jam drizzles? Or should I take a cue from one of my

2017-10-17 09:15:00
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Recipe: Roasted Mushroom and Poblano Tacos — Quick and Easy Vegetarian Dinners  

Here's exactly what should be on the roster for your next Taco Tuesday: smoky, savory tacos that just so happen to be meatless. You won't miss the chicken or steak one bit because the thick slices of portobello mushrooms and poblano peppers are nearly as meaty and equally as satisfying. The healthy sprinkle of crumbled goat cheese on each taco definitely doesn't hurt either. READ MORE »

2017-10-17 09:00:00
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Prevent Pumpkins from Rotting and Keep Your Jack-o'-Lantern Looking Fresh for Weeks — Apartment Therapy  

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2017-10-17 08:45:00
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This Easy Pumpkin Pudding Cake Is Pure Magic — Delicious Links  

No disrespect to pumpkin pie, but it's time to let other (equally delicious) pumpkin desserts take center stage this fall. Because, let's be honest, unless you're using store-bought pie crust, pumpkin pie is kind of fussy. This warm pumpkin pudding cake, however, is easy as can be — and it's downright magical. READ MORE »

2017-10-17 08:30:00
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The Budget European Destination You've Never Heard Of — Europe on a Bite-Sized Budget  

Living in Budapest, I am just a 75-minute flight away from Montenegro. I know little about this Balkan nation once part of the former Yugoslavia other than its purported beauty. Come, the articles tempt, to savor the Adriatic Sea from the beaches of medieval Budva, wander the cobbled lanes of the UNESCO-designated Kotor, and succumb to nature at Lake Skadar and Lovcen National Park. If you are wealthy, they suggest, hole up in a suite at the Aman Sveti Stefan, or shop, alongside the hordes

2017-10-17 08:00:00
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10 Busy Parents Share How They Make Coffee in the Morning — My Morning Cup  

There are very few things parents can agree on. Everything from when to feed solid foods to what kind of preschool is best for developing minds is up for debate, questioning, and, yes, judgement. However, there is one ritual that is sacred and that no parent dares shame another for: that morning cup of coffee. Sure, some may be into tea, juice, or even turmeric lattes now, but coffee still reigns supreme in many parents' minds for that familiar routine that helps them embrace

2017-10-17 07:00:00
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The Peanut Butter Solution Is the Scariest Movie of All Time — Halloween  

Attention, scary movie fans: If you're in the market for a horror flick this Halloween, you can skip your go-to spooky classics and blood-curdling modern favorites. If you want to be truly terrified, it's time to watch a Canadian children's film about the dangers of peanut butter. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 17:30:00
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Replace Cheesecloth with One of These 3 Reusable Alternatives — Shopping  

Cheesecloth annoys me. I never seem to have quite enough of it for whatever I'm doing. It always comes apart, and doubling or tripling it feels fussy. Plus, it irks me that you can't easily wash and reuse it. I recently decided to get rid of cheesecloth in my kitchen for good and have found these three substitutes to take its place. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 17:00:00
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What Exactly Is a Plant-Based Diet? — Plant-Based Wellness  

"Eat food, not too much, mostly plants." It's hard to imagine the prevailing ideas of what healthy eating means without this famous pronouncement from Michael Pollan, which in its reductive simplicity carries a kind of relief from the fluctuations of modern nutritional science. So simple, so memorable — nothing to avoid, but everything to gain from a renewed focus on plants. It could even be seen as the unspoken mantra of plant-based eating. What is plant-based eating? Just ve...

2017-10-16 16:30:00
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Starbucks' Spooky New Frappuccino Will Haunt You — Food Trend  

When Starbucks rolled out its technicolor Unicorn Frappuccino in April, the internet lost its mind. Instagram was flooded with images of the glittery rainbow cups, and some stores became so overrun with requests that one barista suffered total meltdown from the "magical" mania. Now all of that mayhem is about to begin once again as the coffee company prepares to release a spooky new Halloween drink — at least we think so. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 16:15:00
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This Company Makes Tea Based on Your Favorite Fantasy Series — Food Fandom  

Tea and geekiness go hand in hand. The world is full of shabby, much-loved copies of Harry Potter and Game of Thrones with tea rings on their covers. And more than one cosplay costume at Comic Con was sewn under the influence of multiple pots of very strong late-night green tea. That's why people are loving Tea & Absinthe, the independent tea maker that specializes in custom tea blends for the nerdiest fandoms. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 15:45:00
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We're Feeling Warm and Fuzzy About Guy Fieri This Week — Food News  

We all have favorite TV personalities and chefs — and then we have those who we wish to never see again. Their catchphrases and personalities are omnipresent and grating on commercials and endless show reruns. For some, it's Martha Stewart; for others, it's Rachael Ray; for me, it's Guy Fieri. But hold on a minute — what this bleach-blond Food Network firecracker did last week might just change my opinion of him. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 15:15:00
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10 Plant-Based Meals to Fuel Your Day — Recipes from The Kitchn  

While we are all trying to eat a more wholesome diet, we are also trying to eat enough to fuel our day. That means trying to get plenty of protein and fiber-rich foods on our plates no matter the hour, whether we are eating a quick breakfast on our way out the door or searching for a snack to satisfy the midday slump. These 10 recipes fit the bill, and they rely on the power of plants to do it. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 15:00:00
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Internet Unearths Donut Salad Recipe, America Confused Yet Joyful — Food News  

Imagine, if you will, your favorite salad. What does it contain? Surely there's a leafy green and some vegetables in there. Maybe meat or eggs if you're making a meal of it? What about nuts, seeds, cheeses, or another assorted traditional toppings? You'll for sure need a killer homemade dressing to top it all off, and then you're all set. Right? Not if you're this vintage "salad" recipe that has the internet all aflutter — because donuts. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 14:45:00
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Finally Some Good News: One Thing Millennials Aren't Killing — Apartment Therapy  

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The Whole-Grain Pasta That Doesn't Really Taste Like Whole-Grain Pasta — Lighter Classics  

When I was in high school, my father discovered whole-wheat pasta and jumped on the bandwagon with full force, like so many other health-conscious people at the time. Our pantry was stripped of all traditional pasta, and boxes of brown stuff took its place. It clearly wasn't the high point of my pasta-eating days. I ate the stuff hesitantly; it tasted dense and sad to me more often than not. When I ran off to college a few years later, and then to Italy to study abroad, I pushed

2017-10-16 14:00:00
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10 European Seltzers That Are Better than LaCroix — Non-Alcoholic Drinks  

Europeans have been sipping bottles of bubbly water since the 18th century, when the spa town of Niederselters, Germany filled clay pots with the naturally carbonated, supposedly medicinal waters from its thermal springs. They shipped the vessels around the world, and the town name morphed to "seltzer" as it traveled west. Today Europeans drink cases of the stuff for the same reasons we savor our favorite brand of seltzer: a refreshing taste and fizzy sensation. And while they

2017-10-16 13:45:00
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This Is How to Substitute Lentils for Ground Beef — Tips from The Kitchn  

During my stint as a vegetarian, my boyfriend (now husband) took me on a date to The Meatball Shop in lower Manhattan. While he relished the many varieties of meatballs, I half-heartedly ordered the lentil balls. I was skeptical of meat substitutes, but those lentil meatballs ended up being a dish I couldn't stop talking about for months — tender, ridiculously flavorful, and "meaty" yet still quite light. I ordered the lentil meatballs even when I returned to the restaurant afte...

2017-10-16 13:00:00
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This Is What Makes a Pantry Perfect, According to a Pro Closet Builder — Pantry Perfect  

Even if you're lucky enough to have a pantry, you still might not feel like all of your food-storage prayers have been answered. Sure, it's nice to have some extra shelves beyond your cabinets, but why can't you ever find what you're looking for? We talk a lot about using bins, organizers, and plenty of labels to keep order in a pantry. And while those are great helpers, you also might need to take a look at the shelves themselves — specifically the depth and placement of ...

2017-10-16 12:30:00
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My Favorite Healthy Recipes: Solange from Auckland, New Zealand — My Healthy Recipes  

Welcome to Kitchn's new series My Favorite Healthy Recipes, where we show you how real people around the country (and even world) eat "healthy," however they choose to define that for themselves. Maybe you'll even find a few recipes to add to your own meal plan. Name: Solange Location: Auckland, New Zealand Age: 33 Occupation: Marketing manager Number of people in household: 2 (my partner and me) READ MORE »

2017-10-16 11:30:00
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How a Family of Two Eats for $230 a Week in Washington, D.C. — Food Budget Diaries  

Welcome to Kitchn's Food Budget Diaries series, where we show you how people around the country spend money on what they eat and drink. Each post will follow one person for one week and will chronicle everything that person consumed and how much it costs them. Name: Lisa Location: Washington, D.C. Age: 25 Number of people in family: 2; my partner and me. Occupation: I am a law student and my partner is an attorney. Household income: $180,000 Weekly foo

2017-10-16 11:00:00
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This Pizza Cutter Will Make Pizza Night Even Better than Usual — Amazon Deal of the Day  

Here at Kitchn, we've used a lot of pizza cutters over the years. And guess what? It's amazing how bad some can be! Some aren't sharp enough to cut through crust, some have wheels so small that your hand ends up knuckles deep in hot bubbling cheese and sauce, and some are impossible to clean. We've found a couple favorites, though — and this OXO Good Grips Pizza Wheel and Cutter, which happens to be on sale right now, is one of them. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 10:45:00
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This Bulk Shopping Website Is Way Better than Costco — Shopping  

Don't get me wrong — I love me some Costco, but I don't have one conveniently located near where I live. I try to squeeze in the occasional Costco trip whenever I happen to have an excuse to drive out of the way to one or I'm home visiting my parents, but it doesn't happen all that often. So when I heard about Boxed, an online bulk shopping site looking to give warehouse stores a run for their money, I knew I needed to give it a try. Here's what I learned — and what I ...

2017-10-16 10:30:00
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The Best Budget Bottles of American Whiskey, According to Bartenders — Shopping  

So, you want to stock the home bar with a decent selection of spirits but you don't want to blow the bank. We hear you. That's why we've gone to experts to find their top picks for American whiskey, tequila, and vodka so you can have a respectable bar - and still have cash left for other important stuff. Inexpensive whiskey? That must be too good to be, well, good, right? Not right! When you see the cost of an under-the-radar American whiskey, your knee-jerk reaction may b...

2017-10-16 10:30:00
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Recipe: Frozen 3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Pumpkin Bites — 3-Ingredient Recipes  

If you're one of those people who buys Girl Scout cookies and then immediately sticks them in the freezer because you like to eat them cold, these snack bites are for you. Made with just three ingredients, this easy fall-inspired treat features a peanut butter-pumpkin puree mixture topped with chocolate-covered pretzels. This crunchy, not-too-sweet treat is basically what would happen if Tagalong cookies got dipped into pumpkin puree and hung out in the freezer for a while. R...

2017-10-16 10:00:00
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Gossip Girl Is Actually a Show About Food — TV Tune In  

We all know that Gossip Girl is the show that launched a million headbands, introduced us to ageless hair icon Blake Lively, and made us all wish we lived in a world narrated by Kristen Bell. But if the first few episodes of a series reveal its identity, Gossip Girl is actually about food. That's right, Upper East Siders — this year, for the show's 10th birthday, I think it's important that we finally acknowledge the truth. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 09:45:00
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The One Thing I Started Doing That Immediately Made My Kitchen Neater — Cleaning Tips from Kitchn  

Every once in a while, something clicks for a home cook. Maybe it's a new technique that seemed impossible to master a day ago, or a new ingredient that somehow makes every dish better, or anything in between. I had one of those aha, palm-to-face moments a few weeks ago. It was so simple and obvious, and yet it feels totally life-changing. I'm not overstating things when I say I'm a neater, more organized cook now because of this one little thing. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 09:30:00
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Recipe: Cauliflower Mac and Cheese — Quick and Easy Vegetarian Dinners  

What if I told you that you could have a rich and creamy bowl of mac and cheese while also packing in over a pound of cauliflower? Sounds like a trick, right? No so fast! This recipe does just that, thanks to a base of cheesy cauliflower sauce. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 09:00:00
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These Sweet Potato Taco Bowls Were Made for Meatless Monday — Delicious Links  

Participating in Meatless Monday is a fun way to work a plant-based meal into your weekly routine. Whether you do it every week or you're starting today, having filling and flavorful vegetarian recipes at your fingertips makes the whole Meatless Monday thing so much easier and more enjoyable. These sweet potato taco bowls fit the bill perfectly. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 08:30:00
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An Honest Review of The Laundress Cleaning Supplies — Cult Cleaners  

As an Airbnb host, I'm always looking for little helpers that make my home feel luxurious — and keep it that way. That's how I stumbled on The Laundress, a New York-based laundry and fabric care line. I wanted to make sure my nice sheets stayed soft and in good shape through many (many!) launderings, and it came recommended. One wash and I was hooked, even though at $20 per 32-ounce bottle it's definitely not cheap. But because you literally use a spoonful of the stuff,...

2017-10-16 08:00:00
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What Are Fat Balls, Anyway? — Food Trends  

OK, I'll be honest: "Fat Balls" sounds like a supremely unflattering nickname for the least popular kid in an '80s summer camp comedy. "Last one to the lake has to bunk with Fat Balls!" Despite the unappealing name, fat balls can be a solid addition to your diet. They can help fuel you during a mid-morning workout, late-afternoon conference call, or trans-Atlantic flight. Here's what you need to know about fat balls. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 07:30:00
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Butterball Is Begging for a Turkey Emoji — Food News  

How many times do you think you'll say the word "turkey" during the week of Thanksgiving? I usually say it twice: "When will the turkey be ready?" and "Why isn't the turkey ready yet?" But the experts who man the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line say or type that particular word more than 5,000 times - and they're ready to give their vocal cords and their texting fingers a break. READ MORE »

2017-10-16 07:00:00
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Before & After: This Kitchen Got a $200 Makeover and Now It's Amazing — Kitchen Makeovers  

There are few things more satisfying than an absolutely jaw-dropping kitchen makeover. While you may think that you need a big, beefy budget to elicit those "OMG" gasps, you'd actually be wrong. Sometimes, amazing makeovers are much more about what you do and how you do it than how much money you spend on making over your space. Case in point? This incredibly fun, playful kitchen makeover from Heather Douglas of Mysa Home Styling. READ MORE »

2017-10-15 16:00:00
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Recipe: Cheesy Vegetarian Lasagna — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners  

When one has fresh tomato sauce, homemade ricotta, and a huge haul of vegetables in one's fridge, a hearty lasagna is really the only possible course of action. If it doesn't yet feel quite autumnal enough to justify a plate of cheesy lasagna, that's fine — sneak a slice now and freeze the rest for meals to come. READ MORE »

2017-10-15 14:00:00
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10 Common Rental Kitchen Frustrations, and How to Fix Them — Rental Kitchen Solutions  

Rental kitchen challenges range from minor annoyances to serious, hair-pulling frustrations. But before you go and break your lease, consider this: The 10 most frustrating things about rental kitchens all have solutions. (And none of them require blowing your security deposit.) READ MORE »

2017-10-15 13:00:00
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The One Thing I Always Clean When I'm in a Bad Mood — Feel Good Kitchen  

For some (most?) people, cleaning is a chore to get through. You feel so much better when it's over, but the actual process? Not so awesome. Is this you? It's definitely not me. READ MORE »

2017-10-15 12:00:00
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This Is the Most Popular Oatmeal Recipe on Pinterest — On Trend  

It might sound corny, but waking up to a warm bowl of oatmeal with all the fixings feels like a hug. It's just so comforting! Whether you're baking your oatmeal, making it on the stovetop, or going with the quick and easy overnight variety, oatmeal is an excellent way to start the day. If you're looking to switch up your routine this fall and winter, or simply want to try out a new breakfast recipe, then you need to try the most popular oatmeal recipe on Pinterest. READ MORE »

2017-10-15 11:00:00
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Why You Don't Want to Sit Next to Martha Stewart on an Airplane — Travel Intelligence  

If you've ever been forced to endure a flight seated next to someone who decided to bring a tuna salad sandwich as their carry-on item, then congratulations — you're fully prepared to be Martha Stewart's seatmate. The OG lifestyle guru recently told the New York Times what her travel essentials are, and for the most part they'll make you hope you never have to share an armrest with her. READ MORE »

2017-10-15 08:00:00
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Next Week's Meal Plan: 5 Fast and Fancy Fall Dinners — Next Week's Meal Plan  

October is hands-down my favorite month of the year and it has almost nothing to do with it being my birthday month. Nope, I love October for its gorgeous, cool weather, apple picking, and pumpkin carving. But I also underestimate how busy October can be. We happen to be moving from our apartment to our new house this week, which means our fall-inspired dinners need to be fast and easy. Here's what I'm cooking this week to quickly feed my family and also celebrate the season.

2017-10-14 17:00:00
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The Problem with How America Snacks Today — The State of the American Table  

Walk into any grocery store and you'll witness the stunning proliferation of new snack products — from Beanitos and Lentil Chips to Halfpops and Coco-Roons. It's a stunning transformation of the grocery landscape, as Americans are now spending more on snacks than on regular grocery foods. Sales of nuts, nutritional bars, and meat snacks like jerky are growing at 2.5, 4.3, and 6.2 times the rate of overall grocery spending respectively, according to data from Nielsen. Is th...

2017-10-14 16:00:00
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What Do Teal Pumpkins Mean on Trick-or-Treat Night? — Halloween Hospitality  

Have you noticed a proliferation of teal-hued pumpkins adorning the steps and porches in your neighborhood? No, you haven't stumbled into a particularly ardent enclave of Martha Stewart acolytes. These bright turquoise jack-o'-lanterns, whether a simple paper cutout or an actual pumpkin that's been given a fresh coat of paint, indicate a home that is participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project. READ MORE »

2017-10-14 15:00:00
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The 5 Best Food Instagram Accounts for Busy Parents — On Trend  

As a parent to three busy kids, I refuse to give up my urge to bake and cook. Time can be tight, but I make it a point to get in the kitchen despite our chaotic schedules. Cooking, baking, and eating together remains a constant in so many families because it brings us together. There's nothing more rewarding than seeing how proud your children are when they partake in meal-prep time. Looking for cooking inspiration for your family? Then you need to follow these food-f

2017-10-14 14:00:00
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Please Keep Your Pink Out of My Drink — Strong Opinions  

If you're of a particular age, you may remember when nobody thought anything of the frilly, glittery pinkness assigned to young girls. We got our My Little Ponies, our Lemon Meringue and Strawberry Shortcake dolls, our sparkly, puffy, scratch-n-sniff stickers and, well, that was that. Boys got snips and snails and puppy dogs' tails. Then we grew up, and happily much of the world caught on that we don't have to assign things like that based on gender. Girls might like to make

2017-10-14 13:00:00
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10 Reasons Why Pears Are Totally Better than Apples — Recipes from The Kitchn  

There are two types of people in this world: those who believe apples are the one and only fall fruit, and those (myself included) who believe it's time for pears to enjoy some time in the limelight. This mix of sweet and savory recipes will make pear-lovers swoon, and just might give those with a thing for apples a change of heart. READ MORE »

2017-10-14 11:00:00
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The Perfect Kitchen Rug Is Pretty, Washable, and Surprising! — Kitchen Inspiration  

I showed you the wonderful woods wallpaper that caught my eye in a favorite Design*Sponge Sneak Peek tour. There was more to love in that home, though, including the pink patterned throw rug in the kitchen. Who made it, I wondered? Thankfully it wasn't hard to find the source. READ MORE »

2017-10-14 10:30:00
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4 Takeout Classics You Can Make at Home — Homemade Takeout  

Making restaurant- or takeout-inspired meals at home usually starts with a craving for a certain flavor — maybe the sticky, sweet heat of General Tso's chicken or a bowl of piping-hot fried rice. But when you're making these foods at home, there's usually a secondary element at a play: Either you're looking to cut down on your dining-out budget or maybe you want the pleasure of your favorite takeout dish without a certain ingredient. And there are also the times when delivery isn't actua...

2017-10-14 10:00:00
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10 Essential Things to Eat, Drink & Do on a Weekend in Upstate New York — Fall Weekend Trips  

I grew up going skiing in upstate New York. It was, let me be completely honest, unextraordinary in every single way — especially the food. I remember being very hungry. Fast forward a few decades and (much to my surprise) upstate New York has completely transformed. Towns revitalized, hotels and motels restored to their former glory, and a slew of new restaurants, bars, and shops opened. This is thanks largely to artists and artisans who have flocked to the region, attr...

2017-10-14 08:00:00
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15 Essential Recipes for Fall Baking — Recipes from The Kitchn  

The one thing I love about fall, even more than pulling out my stash of cozy sweaters, is baking. While I am always ready to fire up my oven for a batch of cookies or muffins all year long, there is no better time for baking than right now. From apple pie and oatmeal cookies, to pumpkin muffins and a rustic pear galette, these are the 15 can't-miss recipes to add to your baking roster this year. READ MORE »

2017-10-13 16:00:00
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I'm Obsessed with Sorority Chef Instagram Feeds — Food Media  

When I want to find some next-level meal-planning inspiration on Instagram, I don't dive into fitness feeds or the #mealprep hashtag. And I don't look for the glossy, perfectly photographed food feeds where you wonder if anyone actually eats the meticulous dish you're drooling over. I look for chefs churning out a week's worth of meals with passion, grit, and a Costco membership. I look for sorority chefs. READ MORE »

2017-10-13 15:30:00
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Where to Buy Dry Ice and How to Make It Last — Trick-or-Treat  

Dry ice can help create a spooky effect at your next Halloween party, but if it isn't properly stored, it will dissipate into a fog before you actually need it to. Dry ice is the frozen form of carbon dioxide, which is why, instead of melting into a liquid when heated, it instead turns into a gas. Because it's so cold (an extra-frigid -109.3°F, to be exact), it sublimates into a gas rather quickly. So if you go to the trouble of obtaining dry ice for Halloween, here are a coupl...

2017-10-13 14:30:00
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How To Cook & Brown Ground Beef — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Weeknight standards like chili, tacos, and sloppy Joes all start with the same basic concept: browning ground beef in a bit of oil. Some recipes may call for adding onion, garlic, or spices at some point along the journey, but getting truly browned ground beef is the best thing you can do to build flavor in the final dish. Properly browning ground meat for the start of a dinner recipe or for storing in the fridge for meals all week isn't hard, but here's a refresher for

2017-10-13 14:00:00
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This Interactive Tool Will Show You the City Where You Should be Living — Apartment Therapy  

From Apartment Therapy → This Interactive Tool Will Show You the City Where You Should be Living READ MORE »

2017-10-13 13:45:00
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The 5 Most Important Tips for Actually Cleaning Your Silicone Bakeware — Cleaning Tips from Kitchn  

Silicone baking pans — muffin tins, nonstick sheet pan liners, loaf pans — can be great if you are short on storage space, hate using cooking spray, or can't ever seem to get a Bundt cake out of the pan to save your life. But then you go to clean them. They seem like they should be easy to clean. Yet somehow, they aren't. There never seems to be a way to get rid of that oily residue. That's why we went to the experts to find out just how you should be cleaning th...

2017-10-13 13:30:00
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10 Wholesome and Healthy Dessert Recipes — Recipes from The Kitchn  

My approach to food and cooking has always been "everything in moderation." I value a healthy, active lifestyle with a meal plan full of wholesome, nutritious meals. But I also have a serious sweet tooth. And since I'm not one to ever say no to dessert, I like to stick with healthy-ish choices that rely on wholesome ingredient swaps and limited sugar. Here are 10 of my favorites. READ MORE »

2017-10-13 13:00:00
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5 Ways to Take Advantage of the Most Obvious Wasted Space in Your Kitchen — Small-Space Kitchens  

There are often only a few inches between the refrigerator and the wall beside it — but you can put it to good use! In my last apartment, that turned out to be just enough space for an oversized cutting board and a folding step stool. These ideas are a little more inventive. READ MORE »

2017-10-13 12:30:00
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5 Reasons Why You Should Buy That Acorn Squash — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Spend a Saturday morning at the farmers market this time of year and you'll no doubt be overwhelmed by the great variety of winter squash available. The array of shapes, sizes, and colors can be both exciting and daunting, which is why it's tempting to reach for butternut every time. The old standby is familiar and approachable, but acorn squash can, and should, be too. The dark green and orange skinned squash cooks up to be mildly sweet, nutty, and extra tender. Given its sm

2017-10-13 12:00:00
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