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Starbucks Is Coming Out with a New Color-Changing Cold Brew in Asia — Pop Culture  

Do you love the colorful, Instagram-ready swirls of the Unicorn Frappuccino, but want something to drink that is not an enormous sugar bomb? Well, Starbucks is coming out with a new kind of color-changing cold brew coffee that is like drinking a rainbow in a glass — a very caffeinated rainbow. READ MORE »

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2018-02-20 22:24:01



Is Bone Broth Actually Good for You? — Bone Broth  

Bone broth has been around forever — arguably, since our caveman days, making it one of the only true Paleo foods — but its stock has been on the rise since roughly 2013, thanks to athletes, celebrities, and even bloggers gushing over its supposedly wondrous health benefits. While there has long been an interest in bone broth in traditional foodways communities (such as those centered around the Weston A. Price Foundation), today you can find entire eateries, cookbooks, and even del...

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2018-02-20 22:05:21



Mandy Moore's New Pantry Will Make You Very Jealous — Pop Culture  

If you've been following Mandy Moore's Instagram for some time, then you know she's in the process of moving into a new home with her fiance, Taylor Goldsmith. For the last few months she's been posting consistent updates on how the renovations are coming along, including what she's been planning for her kitchen. She recently posted the end result of her pantry, and it's absolutely stunning and massive and will make you extremely jealous. Go ahead and take a look for yourself. READ MORE ...

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2018-02-20 19:12:27



10 Tips for Cooking All Day Without Making a Mess — Cleaning Tips from Kitchn  

An all-day cooking project is fun! (Especially if it's blizzard-ing outside.) An all-day cleaning project is not. If you're tackling a super-involved snow-day recipe, you'll need these tips to minimize your cleanup time and maintain your sanity. READ MORE »

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2018-02-20 18:57:26



Watch: How Your Wok Can Double as an Indoor Smoker  

You Can Do This figures out how to smoke a piece of fish without the guesswork A kiss of smoke can take some dishes to the next level. Just think how many recipes are made superior with the use of a smoking technique: smoked salmon, some charcuterie, that smoked whitefish salad you get on your Sunday bagel, and endless cheeses. It's a common technique in restaurant kitchens, but one that can be pretty intimidating to the average home cook. In this latest episode of You Can Do T...

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2018-02-20 15:27:07



How to Build a Food Business That Values Workers  

Two food entrepreneurs doing things differently The hostility and difficulty of restaurant world culture is something we've covered for years, but the conversation has reached a fever pitch over the last few months with the emergence of the #metoo movement and the exposes against Mario Batali, John Besh, Ken Friedman, and others. Hostile restaurant culture is often seen as an intractable issue, but we know many business owners who are doing things differently, who value worke...

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2018-02-20 15:03:43



Ina Garten Just Shared Her Favorite Pizza on Instagram — Pop Culture  

If you stop and think about the best pizza you've ever had in your life, what comes to mind? I lived in Chicago for many years, so the competition for best pie is pretty steep. Is the pizza just topped with cheese? Is it topped with farm-raised meats? Is it deep-dish, thin-crust, or wood-fired? Is a pizza even a pizza if it doesn't have tomato sauce? The options are almost endless. Ina Garten's favorite pizza on the planet sounds pretty unique, but we're sure it's delicious. READ

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2018-02-20 14:52:31



Recipe: One-Bowl Chocolate Wacky Cake — Easy Dessert Recipes  

The first time I made a crazy cake, it was a few days after 9/11. At the time, I lived in Wisconsin with my boyfriend and the world felt sharp and uncertain. After spending countless hours on the couch, I needed something to do that would get me away from the TV. Baking seemed like a good idea. A recipe on the back of the Wooden Spoon Baking Book caught my eye, "This cake is mixed right in the pan, without an egg to help it rise. The crazy part is that it turns out so well."

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2018-02-20 14:50:18



McDonald's Is FINALLY Bringing Back Szechuan Sauce, and We'll Take 100, Please!  

We heard you and have been working tirelessly to bring back The Sauce. On 2/22, we announce when/where Szechuan Sauce will return, but also answer the burning question: "What happened to The Sauce?!" To find out, visit or download the podcast series. pic.twitter.com/ezHbAqL82i - McDonald's (@McDonalds) February 20, 2018 The McDonald's Szechuan sauce saga has been a long, exhausting journey, and it's finally coming to an exciting close. McDonald's is a

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2018-02-20 13:55:56



Our Favorite Blender Is 20% Off Today  

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2018-02-20 13:27:50



Make This Sheet Pan Balsamic Chicken and Broccoli for Dinner — Delicious Links  

February is not my favorite month. While I'd like to think I'd spend time in my kitchen making long, labor-intensive dinners, like lasagna bolognese or a two-day tomato sauce, I don't have the energy for it. Winter tends to bring me down a bit and getting dinner on the table needs to be fairly effortless. That's why I was excited to discover this easy chicken and broccoli dinner that packs a ton of flavor and only takes 30 minutes to make in the oven. READ MORE »

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2018-02-20 13:17:46



Chef Deuki Hong Is Opening an SF Museum Cafe With Boba Guys   



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2018-02-20 13:00:17



The Best Red Wine to Drink While Eating on the Couch — Life in the Kitchen  

A year ago, I finally replaced the stiff IKEA futon in my living room with my dream sofa from West Elm — one I had spent years saving up and planning for. The mid-century sofa quickly became my most beloved piece of furniture, but from the very beginning I was concerned its light grey fabric would attract accidents. READ MORE »

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2018-02-20 12:24:34



Our Readers' Best Advice for Reducing Food Waste — Kitchen Nerves  

Food waste is something I think about a lot. I just hate throwing food away that has gone bad, whether it's leftovers no one's eaten or something that wilted before we got to it. Even when I look at the bits and bobs in my compost bin, I wonder if I shouldn't be doing more with them. Beyond just being wasteful, food waste can be a budget issue, too — if you're throwing away food, you're throwing away money that could have been better spent. So we reached out to our readers to hea...

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2018-02-20 10:31:41



This Easy Braised Lamb Takes Spicy-Sweet Inspiration From Mexico  

This dish is made for those nights when you want something that tastes like someone's slaved away at it for hours, but you're in charge of the cooking and you'd rather watch TV instead. Read More

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2018-02-20 10:30:37



Alon Shaya Will Open Two New Restaurants This Year  

Saba will open in New Orleans, then Safta in Denver James Beard Award magnet Alon Shaya finally reveals what his plans are post-Besh split: He will be opening two restaurants — one in his home city of New Orleans, and the other in Denver — this spring with his newly formed restaurant group Pomegranate Hospitality. As the battle for his name soldiers on in court, neither restaurant will be named Shaya. He won't be stopped from making what will easily become some of the mo...

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2018-02-20 10:07:07



Chipotle Is Testing Quinoa as Its Latest Menu Addition  

Plus, McDonald's is planning to bring Szechuan sauce back this month The comeback trail from foodborne-illness disaster has proven to be long and arduous for Chipotle. Having already tried a few tricks to get back in the public's good graces, the fallen burrito chain is now turning to one of the hottest health foods of 2011: quinoa. The Chipotle test kitchen in New York City is working on a medley — "red and gold quinoa tossed with a little citrus juice, cumin, and fres...

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2018-02-20 09:27:01



This Cleaner Should Be Your Dutch Oven's New BFF — Cleaning Tips from The Kitchn  

I'm a huge fan of my Dutch oven. I break it out so often in the wintertime for hearty foods like delicious stews and braised meats that by the end of the season it's ready to hibernate! And every once in a while I abuse the poor thing by making something without enough liquid, or leaving it on the stove for so long that I end up with burnt bits everywhere. While we typically clean the dutch oven with soap and water after every use, it's not always as vigorously as humanly possibl

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2018-02-20 08:51:45



How to Use Raw Sugar: Jaggery, Gula Melaka, Panela, and More  

There's newfangled refined white sugar, and then there's raw sugar: the smoky, bitter, caramelized, fruity, burnished reductions of cane or palm juice that belong in your pantry. Here's how to make the most of it. Read More

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2018-02-20 07:45:06



These Prep Bowls Beloved by Professional Chefs Are Currently on Sale — Amazon Deal of the Day  

Most people who are serious home chefs have an origin story that involves learning at the knee of a parent or grandparent. I, on the other hand, felt called to the kitchen after watching cooking shows on Saturday mornings. I was an incredibly picky eater growing up, so the appeal was often less about the finished product and more about the process. I was mesmerized by the sounds, sights, and, mostly, the order with which food was created. When I attempted to make things, the kitchen w

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2018-02-20 06:58:06



Starbucks Is Releasing the Coolest Color-Changing Cold Brew - but Only in Asia!  

There's good news and bad news about the latest drinks from Starbucks, but let's start with the good news. Intriguing beverages like color-changing cold brew and a Macadamia Cocoa Cappuccino are arriving on menus on Feb. 20, and they look downright perfect. The bad news? They're only available in select stores in Asia. But even though you won't be able to order these limited-edition drinks in the US, you'll want to partially satisfy your craving by checking out the drool

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2018-02-20 06:03:14



Let the Sun Shine With Citrus  

The dead of winter is typically not the time I think of a bountiful harvest. And yet in the midst of the blustery weather that is exactly what I have found: heavy tree limbs dripping with golden orbs of sunshine. Citrus fruit. Bundled up in my wool winter coat, I've found myself harvesting, in the dead of winter, baskets of Meyer lemons, tangelos, and all variety of citrus. While most of the country remains in a deep freeze, and even California is being hit with a winter storm, there is somethin

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2018-02-20 04:43:38



Cornflake Crusted Fish Fry  

Enjoy a southern comfort classic no matter where you live. Milk and egg batter with a cornflake crust keeps it simple, just the way it should be.

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2018-02-20 04:20:32



10 Healthy Dinners to Make in Your Dutch Oven — Recipes from The Kitchn  

While the Dutch oven is perfect for slow-cooking a pork shoulder or braising short ribs, it's also amazing at churning out wholesome, vegetable-packed dinners that are both comforting and satisfying. These 10 recipes are full of good-for-you ingredients are also happen to be simple enough to pull off on weeknights. That means everything from a chicken noodle soup to braised lentils can be slotted into your meal plan almost immediately. READ MORE »

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2018-02-20 04:07:42



10 Hidden Cabinet Hacks That Dramatically Increased My Kitchen Storage — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

Unless you designed your kitchen from scratch, with a custom layout and cabinets, it's probably not perfect for your needs. But new cabinets can quickly eat up a small remodeling budget, and re-designing the kitchen isn't usually an option if you rent. And I won't even get into the environmental impact of trashing old cabinets and producing new ones. Fortunately, there are a lot of clever DIY ways to make the most of your current kitchen cabinets. READ MORE »

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2018-02-20 03:55:58



Cook Your Zodiac Sign: 10 Recipes for Perfect for Pisces — Recipes from The Kitchn  

There are all sorts of ways to decide what to cook, but perhaps the most fun and frivolous is letting your zodiac sign decide. Each zodiac sign has a distinct set of personality traits, and with that plenty of spot-on recipes to match. So whether you read your horoscope and always gasp "that's me!" or find yourself rolling your eyes at the prospect of it, we invite you to have a little fun figuring out what to make for dinner this week. After all, it's your birthday season, dear Pisces,

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2018-02-20 03:49:42



10 Heart-Healthy Meals to Make for Dinner — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Eating for your heart means loading your plate with vegetables, whole grains, lean protein, and healthy fats. Whether you're actually concerned about your heart health or not, this is just a great way to eat to ensure you're doing what you can to treat your body right. These 10 recipes are wholesome dinner choices that don't skimp of flavor but definitely do good by your heart. READ MORE »

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2018-02-20 03:47:29



Recipe: Creamy Cabbage Gratin with Bacon and Mushrooms — Recipes from The Kitchn  

This is what happens when an old-fashioned country recipe called scalloped cabbage gets dolled up and heads into town for a dinner party. It elevates cabbage into elegance with a creamy Gruyère sauce and a tumble of sauteed mushrooms. READ MORE »

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2018-02-20 03:37:35



Recipe: Egg Roll Skillet — Recipes from The Kitchn  

When you need a quick one-pan dinner that has tons of veggies and protein, look no further than this egg roll skillet. Inspired by the tasty filling in Chinese egg rolls, this ground pork skillet requires very little chopping. thanks to a bag of coleslaw mix, but it's full of ginger and garlic and all the hallmark flavors you expect from egg rolls. Skip the takeout tonight and give this a try instead! READ MORE »

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2018-02-20 03:34:15



5 Awesome Kitchen Gadgets We Discovered on Shark Tank — Shopping  

When Shark Tank debuted in 2009, it introduced the world to business moguls like Daymond John, Robert Herjavec, Lori Greiner, and Kevin O'Leary (aka Mr. Wonderful). The reality show, in which entrepreneurs compete to have their fledgling companies funded by the Sharks, also brought to market a bunch of kitchen gadgets, gizmos, and doodads — many we now can't live without. Here's a look at five of the best kitchen must-haves discovered on Shark Tank — and five others we c...

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2018-02-20 02:57:32



How To Make the Best Chocolate Avocado Pudding — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Creamy, smooth, sweet, and satisfying, chocolate pudding is a treat that always invites a smile. One version of chocolate pudding has been rising in popularity for the past few years, and it's with very good reason. As the interest in plant-based food increases, the seismic shift from boxed mixes or stovetop versions found their hero in naturally creamy avocado. This chocolate avocado pudding is as chocolatey and luscious as any other pudding, and it's even richer-tasting,

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2018-02-20 02:47:10



These Are the Most Stylish Kitchen Organizers We've Ever Seen — Shopping  

It's no secret that we love a smart storage solution. A storage solution that looks smart too? Well, we just lose our minds over that kind of stuff. And so explains our current obsession with YAMAZAKI home. Do you know the brand? READ MORE »

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2018-02-20 01:51:09



Maybe Don't Put Your Name on a Restaurant  

In the battle for naming rights, chefs get the short end of the stick Alon Shaya was 23 years old when he arrived in New Orleans to work for John Besh as chef de cuisine of Besh Steak, a position that would mark the beginning of a fruitful partnership between Shaya and the Besh Restaurant Group. The two went on to open Domenica, which specializes in regional Italian cuisine; Pizza Domenica, a casual offshoot; and then in 2014, a modern Israeli restaurant called Shaya, influenced

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2018-02-19 16:29:24



Michelin Reveals 2018 Stars for Nordic Countries  

Frantzen is Sweden's first three-star restaurant For the first time, Sweden has a three-Michelin-star restaurant. The French tire company with a dining guide side hustle released its 2018 stars for Nordic countries (including Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Iceland), and Stockholm tasting menu restaurant Frantzen is the only new three-star addition this year. Chef Björn Frantzen reopened his eponymous restaurant in September after closing it in 2016 to move to a big...

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2018-02-19 16:22:42



Watch: New York's Best New Pastrami Is Made with Fish Sauce  

How Harry & Ida's makes its pastrami sandwich In the second episode of Eater's Prime Time, hosts Ben Turley and Brent Young of New York's the Meat Hook are visiting their pal Will Horowitz at Harry & Ida's — Horowitz's mini chain of sandwich shops with a strong Jewish deli inspiration. Harry & Ida's iconic dish is the housemade pastrami, which Horowitz says is a process that takes weeks, from brining to roasting to smoking. In a city where locals assoc...

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2018-02-19 15:18:08



Look Inside the New Fast-Casual Restaurant From Giada De Laurentiis  

Pronto by Giada opens in Las Vegas

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2018-02-19 14:56:36



Watch: Sweet and Savory Fry Bread at Seattle's Only Native American Food Truck  

Cooking in America samples native tacos and fry bread burger at Off the Rez "Food is the most raw when it's born out of necessity," says host Sheldon Simeon in this episode of Cooking in America, as he visits Off the Rez — a Seattle food truck specializing in Native American cuisine. At the heart of Off the Rez's menu is its fry bread, a staple recipe developed from the rationed ingredients native tribes were given; here, it's crafted by hand by owners Mark McConnell ...

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2018-02-19 14:12:43



Disney Fans Are Going to Flip Over This New Homewares Store — Shopping News  

Big news, Disney fans: now you can deck out your whole house, courtesy of the mouse. That's right, a new store dedicated exclusively to housewares has opened at Disneyland in Southern California. READ MORE »

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2018-02-19 13:20:41



Eater Young Guns 2018: Nominate the Rising Stars of the Restaurant Industry  

Seeking the best and brightest talent under 30 It's time once again to open up nominations for Young Guns, Eater's annual search to identify the most promising talent in the restaurant industry. Young Guns aims to honor up-and-comers who are making the dining world a better place, whether they're behind the bar, working the line, running the front of house, working behind the scenes, or kickstarting a restaurant empire. Since 2012, Eater's been celebrating Young Guns, an...

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2018-02-19 12:04:53



5 Tips for Even Better Brownies — Baking Tips from The Kitchn  

There is no denying the pleasure of brownies. Whether you like them fudgy, chewy, or cakey, or whether your prefer an edge piece or a square cut from the center of the pan, this chocolatey treat induces leg-twisting, toe-curling, silly grin delight. But what if we told you that you could make your favorite brownies better and easier? Here are the very best tips and tricks from the Kitchn editors. READ MORE »

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2018-02-19 11:56:22



An Ode to My Favorite Greasy Spoon  

From the Editor: When a restaurant closure leaves a hole in your heart This post originally appeared on February 17, 2018, in Amanda Kludt's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. On February 25, my favorite restaurant will close. It's a little greasy spoon a few blocks from my apartment that I've been going to for almost 12 years. It's a perfect diner. The over-ea...

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2018-02-19 11:16:53



The Relaunch of Noma Was a Bit of a Mess  

Even with a scramble to finish, Rene Redzepi and team had to push the opening by a day Rene Redzepi finally opened New Noma in Copenhagen last week — but, the grand opening happened a full day later than originally planned. Vanity Fair reports that days before the slated return date of February 15, the restaurant called the 80 guests with opening-day reservations and told them that Noma 2.0 wouldn't be ready. Instead, the restaurant served its first guests Friday, Febr...

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2018-02-19 11:03:04



Recipe: Unstuffed Cabbage Casserole — Recipes from The Kitchn  

You can tell a good cabbage roll by its sauce. So it's important that you know how delicious this one is. There's all the tang you'd expect — that special bright and not-too-sweet flavor tomatoes and brown sugar bring. And then warmth from the cinnamon, which, when combined with tomatoes, adds a surprising savoriness that echoes throughout the dish. Many of us recall fondly the stuffed cabbage rolls that our moms and grandmothers made, but are daunted by the task of making them. O...

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2018-02-19 10:32:32



7 Nonalcoholic Hot Drinks for Toasty Warmth Without the Tipple  

If you need help coping with your winter blues, we have seven non-alcoholic hot drink recipes to give you a hand. Read More

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2018-02-19 10:30:39



Why Every Pizza Commercial Features the Same Toppings  

A focus group might be responsible for that pepperoni-and-mushroom pie "But how does this image make you feel?" It's a common question in focus groups, one I've been asked numerous times about everything from yogurt to pizza. As a teenager, I participated in a focus group about pizza advertising, and responded to that question without any concept of how many people were watching through a double-sided mirror — or how carefully our innocent, honest responses were being ...

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2018-02-19 10:03:10



9 Lessons to Learn from These Airbnb Kitchens in Korea — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

With everyone headed to PyeongChang for the Olympics, we thought we'd check out some local Airbnb spaces. Because many of the most popular Korean rentals are located in teeny-tiny apartments in the big cities, we were not surprised to find many smart storage and organizing features in their kitchens! Here are a few lessons we can all learn from Airbnb kitchens in Korea — whether we're Olympics-bound or not. READ MORE »

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2018-02-19 09:20:39



10 Things to Eat While Watching the Winter Olympics — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Even if you're not that into watching sports, it's nearly impossible to resist the thrill of watching the Olympics. And for these two weeks, while I'm glued to the screen watching world-class athletes do their thing, my meal plan is taking a bit of a detour. While watching the Olympics I plan to try my hand at some Korean-inspired recipes, whip up a few weeknight all-stars, and set out snacks made for sharing. Here are 10 recipes to get you inspired. READ MORE »

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2018-02-19 09:12:59



Recipe: Easy Stuffed Bagel Pockets — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Weekday breakfast needs to be functional, right? Something that's been made ahead that you can eat on the run and don't have to really think about. What if you could just grab a chewy, toasty bagel pocket stuffed with cream cheese and topped with a generous sprinkling of everything bagel spice instead? With the help of some pizza dough, these make-ahead, freezer-friendly breakfasts can be yours to grab and enjoy with no muss and no fuss. And just wait until you taste them. READ MORE

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2018-02-19 08:36:16



These Crispy Pesto Smashed Potatoes Are an Easy Side Dish — Delicious Links  

When you're whipping up a weeknight meal, you want the side to be as quick and easy as the main. Enter: these pesto smashed potatoes. Between the bright pesto, salty Parmesan, and crispy potatoes, this is a side dish that might just steal the whole dinner show. (Wait, is it still a side dish if you eat the entire pan's worth? Maybe don't answer that!) READ MORE »

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2018-02-19 07:51:40



Why Is it Called a "Dutch Oven" Anyway? — Food History  

The kinds of long-cooked stews and deep, rich dishes most people make in their Dutch ovens are hardly the type of foods most associated with the Netherlands. Nor is Le Creuset, the company best known for making the heavy, thick-walled pots, located in France. Yet, even as the tight-lidded, versatile, and iconic vessel is used to make everything from Mexican mole to no-knead bread, we call it "Dutch." (Also, it isn't anything like what we would consider an oven these days.)

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2018-02-19 06:12:39



This Simple Task Has Given My Pup a Whole New Life — Pets in the Kitchen  

It's hard to imagine a feeling worse than watching someone you love suffer and not be able to help. When our cuddle-pup Truffle, a then-12-year-old fluffball Pomeranian, began slowing down early last year, my husband and I were worried, but attributed it to his age. Then he just stopped moving, period. My heart cracked in two the day I left him in the kitchen and came back 30 minutes later to find him in the same spot, sitting stock still. READ MORE »

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2018-02-19 05:47:52



The Easiest Thing I Do to Keep My Le Creuset Looking Like New — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

Once I buy something and get it home, I do everything in my power to keep it looking like it just came out of the package — even months or years down the line. I have a strict no-shoe policy in my house (because of dirt and germs, but mostly because I like our area rugs and want them to stay perfectly stain-free). I've kept the protective sheet that came with my Macbook and every night, before I shut down the computer, I slide the sheet back between the keyboard and the screen. Totall...

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2018-02-19 05:46:46



Recipe: Chili Cornbread Casserole — Recipes from The Kitchn  

When it's chilly outside and all you want to do is hunker down with a steaming bowl of chili and some warm cornbread, turn to this trusty one-pot casserole. The best part of making chili and cornbread together in one dish is how the cornbread soaks up some of the sauce while still growing crispy on top. Pantry staples give this meaty beef and tomato chili a quick start. Cooking the dish in the Dutch oven means you can pour over an easy cornbread batter before popping it in the oven to ba

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2018-02-19 04:26:20



Chef Damien's Ricotta Gnocchi  

Homemade gnocchi never fails to impress, and always seems to make for a fun time in the kitchen. Paired with a sausage and tomato red sauce and topped with basil, this dish will be a delight on the table as well as the stove.

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2018-02-19 03:44:21



The Easiest, Least Expensive Way to Get a Realistic-Looking Faux Marble Countertop — Kitchen Makeover  

Marble is as pricey as it is gorgeous, but there's no real substitute for it, right? If you want the look of marble, you'll just have to save up forever, or make do with something totally temporary like ... contact paper, I guess? Prepare to have your mind blown. READ MORE »

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2018-02-19 03:06:01



How To Make the Best Pulled Pork in the Slow Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

This is tender, juicy, delicious, and versatile pulled pork prepared in a slow cooker — not barbecue. If you compare this to hickory-smoked, pit-cooked, whole-hog barbecue, you might be disappointed. But if you harness the ingenious method of braising pork in a slow cooker and add one extra step to ensure comparable flavor, you can come home to pounds of delicious pulled pork. Sauce it (or not) and then pile onto buns, drape over nachos, roll into burritos, spoon over rice, stir in...

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2018-02-19 02:53:09



5 Mistakes to Avoid with Your Dutch Oven — Dutch Ovens  

Dutch ovens are tools that can last a lifetime — good thing, too, because some of them can get pretty pricey. The only caveat? You have to care for them properly. You don't have to season or love them quite as much as a cast iron skillet (that enameled coating really helps make your job easier!), but there are some things you should never do. Here are five mistakes to avoid with your prized Dutch oven. READ MORE »

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2018-02-19 01:50:03



Boneless Lamb Loin With Balsamic Garlic Glaze  

A great cut of lamb deserves a great recipe. Roasted lamb loin rubbed with herbs and spices gets a blissful baste in reduced balsamic with olive oil and plenty of garlic.

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2018-02-19 01:30:25



All the Things We've Learned About the Instant Pot Since Writing About It in 2015 — Instant Pot  

We've been using and writing about the Instant Pot for years now (since 2015!) and man have we learned a lot. Aside from just general usage (what's this button do?), we've picked up a few tricks, pointers, and valuable lessons. Take a look and add your own takeaways in the comments section! READ MORE »

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2018-02-18 10:32:25



My Friend and I Created a Pie Contest for Our Hometown and This Is What We Learned — Life in the Kitchen  

Three years ago I lamented to my dear friend Joya Rose that I missed the chance of a lifetime to enter a pie contest in Los Angeles. She said we should create our own in our small town of Santa Barbara, and we did just that. This was our third year running the #SBPieContest. There were 27 pies to be judged, broken out into seven categories: sweet, savory, special diet, kids, wildcard, traditional, and people's choice. We raised about $2,000 this year, and all proceeds went to Fo

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2018-02-18 08:55:34



20 Things to Do with Chicken When You're Bored with It — Recipes from The Kitchn  

We get it — chicken isn't always the most exciting ingredient, especially when you eat it three times a week. Turning to it as a dinner option can feel more like an obligation than something you eagerly look forward to, but it doesn't have to be that way. Think of perking things up a bit with a spicy chili and cheese stuffed chicken breast or switching over to the more flavorful chicken thigh with a recipe for grilled chicken thighs with chimichurri. Suddenly, chicken isn't so boring anym...

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2018-02-18 08:33:05



How To Make Classic French Palmiers — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Elegant palmiers made from puff pastry are one of my all-time favorite treats. I just love the crunch of the sugar with the crunch of the pastry, and the way the flaky, buttery layers practically melt on the tongue. It feels so fancy to put them on a cookie tray for a spot of afternoon tea. I'll let you in on a little secret, though: Despite their impressive nature, these cookies are super easy to make. READ MORE »

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2018-02-18 06:56:22



10 Popular Mushroom Recipes to Make Right Now — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Mushrooms are a severely underrated vegetable. They're often hiding in the background, playing the supporting role instead of having their time in the limelight. But not anymore. These 10 wildly popular mushroom recipes put mushrooms front and center, where they belong. It's time we pay homage to the meaty, mighty mushroom! READ MORE »

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2018-02-18 06:23:44



5 Things to Know About All Those Dutch Ovens Made by Celebrities — Shopping  

Ree, Rachael, Martha ... you love 'em! They've practically taught you how to cook, and for years you've been keeping your family well-fed with their recipes. But does their expertise extend to cookware? Is one of their names on a Dutch oven a stamp of approval? Here's what you need to know. READ MORE »

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2018-02-18 05:30:22



How To Polish a Stainless Steel Sink with Flour (Yes, Flour!) — How To  

A few years ago, I learned a trick that changed my life. No, seriously, it was a complete game-changer in the care of my kitchen sink. This is a tip you'll shrug off and then eventually grudgingly try. And then you'll say, "Oh man, that was so easy and awesome! Why didn't I do that sooner?" The key, my friends, to the most shiny and luxuriously polished stainless steel sink, is very cheap, very simple, and very weird: flour. READ MORE »

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2018-02-18 04:25:12



Carrabba's Italian Grill Stuffed Mushrooms  

The stuffed mushrooms at Carrabba's are one of their popular appetizer items. The mushroom caps are stuffed with a spicy Italian-style pepperoni filling. One taste and you'll know why they are so popular!

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2018-02-18 03:45:31



20 Slow-Cooker Soups, Stews, and Braises to Make When You're Snowed In — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Slow cookers are often used by busy people who are rushing out the door and want a hot, ready-to-go meal when they return. But the slow cooker works just as well for the more leisurely paced snow day. Imagine throwing a soup together in the slow cooker upon hearing the news that you're not going anywhere and then going about your snow-day business (which will likely involve a fair amount of shoveling and fort-building.) A few hours later, you return to the kitchen and presto! A hot lunch

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2018-02-18 02:42:15



12 Intriguing Facts All Beginner Gardeners Should Know  

Living in the generation post-Martha Stewart and residing in the middle of a city with abundant farmers markets, there wasn't incentive for me to ever learn how to sow and harvest my own produce. However, I finally have an opportunity to grow a garden in raised beds, so I'm trying to chat up every gardener I know to gather facts for a beginner. Some of these tips surprised me - did you know lavender is a natural pest controller? These are the 12 most intriguing lessons I've learne

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2018-02-18 01:51:10



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

I can't get enough of cauliflower. I love roasting it and adding it to fresh salads, turning it into velvety soups, and transforming it into "rice" for easy meals throughout the week. I even enjoy it raw when dipped in something delicious on a crudite platter. Cauliflower might look kind of bland and unappetizing, but there's magic inside that cruciferous vegetable — and it needs your help to unlock that power. To continue the love for this humble vegetable, I asked Pinterest ...

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2018-02-18 01:12:47



5 Smart Tips for Managing Your Grocery Budget — Money Goals, Kitchen Solutions  

Here at Kitchn we believe that getting in control of your finances starts with food. Do you want to save up for a special trip? Or maybe you're trying to lower your student debt? Keeping a close watch on your grocery budget can help. Being a smart shopper and planner can save you a whole lot of dough in the long run. Here are five smart tips and tools for managing your grocery budget. READ MORE »

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2018-02-17 21:48:05



20 Satisfying Cooking Projects for a Snow Day — Recipes from The Kitchn  

If you're stuck inside on a snow day and you're a cook, most likely you'll be found in the kitchen, taking advantage of this windfall day to take on one of those bigger projects you can't seem to squeeze in under normal circumstances. Those homemade dumplings you've been meaning to make will finally see the light of day, or perhaps it's time to prepare a pot of robust beef stew to enjoy after a day of snowman building. Satisfy yourself with a full day in the kitchen this winter ...

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2018-02-17 21:44:44



I'm Always Afraid I'm Going to Be Over Budget on Food. Here's How I'm Dealing with It. — Kitchen Nerves  

A hundred and fifty dollars a week on groceries sound like a lot of money. If you're anything like me, though, you know how quickly that goes each week at the grocery store. After loading up on the weekly staples (lunch stuff, fruit, pantry basics, that sort of thing) spending the rest is far too easy — especially when you've got two kids to feed. Of any part of my monthly budget, the grocery store always requires the most attention and focus to not go over budget. And tha...

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2018-02-17 14:58:01



Cook All Day, Eat All Month: 3 Meal Planners Share Their Secrets — Meal Planning  

When it comes to meal planning and prepping, how much should you do in one go? I've always thought of meal prepping as a weekly ritual, with Sunday as the magic day to prep delicious lunches, hearty dinner salads, and budget-friendly meals that use up all the leftovers. Meal prep Sundays are not only a sacred day for many food-lovers, but also incredibly important for anyone trying to stick to a budget. Well, maybe it's time to reconsider this weekly strategy. I r

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2018-02-17 11:22:36



Olympian Ashley Caldwell Shares Her Favorite Pantry Items — Winter Olympics  

You know those people who jump really high in the air on skis and do lots of twists and flips? Ashely Caldwell is one of those humans. She's a two-time Olympian and reigning world champion Aerials specialist. In 2014, she became the first American woman to perform a full, full, full, when she was en route to Sochi. In 2017 she made history again by being the first American woman to land a full, double full, full, which won her gold at the FIS Freestyle World Championships. Although she ho

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2018-02-17 11:15:03



Unicorn Marshmallows Added to Lucky Charms  

Red Stripe helps out the Jamaican bobsled team, plus more food news Lucky Charms is adding unicorn-shaped marshmallows to the mix. This is the first time a new candy has been permanently added to Lucky Charms boxes in 10 years. The unicorn is replacing that dumb hourglass marshmallow, which nobody liked, anyway. Shake Shack is continuing its rapid expansion, but the company's stock has taken a hit due to expected flat sales in 2018. For now, Wall Street doesn't seem to...

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2018-02-17 09:12:01



The Smartest Place to Store Your Dutch Oven — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

Quick: Where is your Dutch oven right now? Is it tucked away in the back of a corner cabinet? On display on the top shelf of your oh-so-organized open shelving situation? Turns out, those aren't the smartest — or safest — places to store it. A cast iron Dutch oven isn't just a heavy-duty cooker — it's actually heavy. Some can weigh upwards of 20 pounds! And while it might not sound like that much, if you've ever tried to lose 20 pounds or carried around a toddler, you ...

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2018-02-17 07:17:58



7 Bone Standing Rib  

Prime rib is a prime choice for an impressive dinner. This recipe uses a peppercorn-garlic rub with rosemary and basil to give the rib an herby seared crust; a low-temperature bake gently brings the meat up to your perfect temperature.

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2018-02-17 05:35:11



Recipe: Lemon Meringue Layer Cake — Video from Kitchn  

Sometimes you need someone else to come up with a bright idea — especially the ones that are so obvious in hindsight — so you can simply partake in its glory. That's how we feel about this confection that brings the flavors and gooey textures of lemon meringue pie to a towering layer cake. We're just happy someone dreamt it up so we can make it at home! To demystify some of the magic, start by watching this video. It will show you how to turn three glorious layers of buttery lemon cake...

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2018-02-17 02:25:47



Next Week's Meal Plan: 5 Dinners from Sunday's Roast Chicken — Next Week's Meal Plan  

Despite how often we talk about meal planning as a strategy for stress-free weeknight dinners, we don't want that to overshadow the smaller strategies that really make that happen in our kitchens. For instance, in order to really benefit from roasting a whole chicken on Sunday for meals throughout the week, you've got to still have a plan to make it worth your while. This week I have an abundance of whole chickens for reasons that only make sense if recipe testing is part of your wo

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2018-02-17 01:07:32



Hold Everything! IKEA's Pegboards Are Finally Available in the U.S. — Shopping News  

Pegboards are extremely useful in the kitchen. They're practical for small places and keep everything in sight and easy to reach. And if they're good enough for Julia Child, they're certainly good enough for me. Now IKEA has made pegboards even easier, because their Skådis pegboard system, which debuted in Europe last year, is finally available in the U.S. READ MORE »

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2018-02-16 22:45:50



Caramelized White Chocolate Is the New Dark Chocolate — Food Trends  

White chocolate has gotten a bad rap for far too long. True, it's extremely sweet and tends to lack the complexity of dark and milk chocolate, but white-chocolate loyalists have been arguing for years that white chocolate has the capacity to be complex and toasty — all you have to do is caramelize it. READ MORE »

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2018-02-16 21:06:41



How To Make a Classic Whiskey Sour — Cocktail Lessons from The Kitchn  

A whiskey sour is yours for the making year-round. It's refreshing enough to keep up with a spritz during the warm summer months, and so appropriate during the colder seasons of the year. Even if you're not a whiskey fan (which breaks my heart), you might still find yourself swooning over a well-crafted whiskey sour. It's that good! The secret is using fresh ingredients. It's such an easy cocktail to make at home, and perfect for entertaining guests. There's nothing better th

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2018-02-16 19:08:09



'Mozart in the Jungle' Takes a Most Unusual Tea Break in Japan  

Three recommendations for TV shows to watch this weekend, plus a roundup of the week's entertainment news This post originally appeared on February 16, 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Welcome to your hard-earned weekend. Maybe you've got some plans — seeing Black Panther, perhaps? — or maybe you don't. No matter what's on the docket, it would probab...

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2018-02-16 18:08:34



Did Bourdain Try to Dine at Nakazawa After Saying He Wouldn't?  

Sort of. But also not really One of America's most acclaimed sushi chefs, Daisuke Nakazawa, does not care that some people refuse to visit his restaurant because he will be opening another location inside Donald Trump's D.C. hotel, according to an article in the Washington Post. "I'm sorry I don't work in an Obama hotel," he told the Post. "But if you are so angry at the country and at Trump, you can leave. Try being an immigrant somewhere for yourself." Nakawaza...

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2018-02-16 16:52:47



8 Ways to Use Your Dutch Oven on the Stovetop — Tips from The Kitchn  

I use my Dutch oven most often on the stovetop — that's why lives on the back left burner, ready to help with most weeknight dinners. And while there is a seemingly endless list of all the ways it can be used, I never want to overlook how wonderful this pot is when you're just going about cooking everyday things on the stove. So with that in mind, here are eight everyday ways to use your Dutch oven on the stovetop. READ MORE »

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2018-02-16 16:39:10



'Black Panther' Challenges a Bogus Food Stereotype  

The hit Marvel movie turns a Hollywood cliche on its head There's some beautiful world building in Marvel Studios' Black Panther in how director Ryan Coogler and his team crafted Wakanda, a fictional Central African country where the film's hero rules. The movie painstakingly brings Wakandan culture to life, making it feel like it could exist by weaving together a variety of African traditions. By doing so, the film challenges all sorts of Western stereotypes when it comes...

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2018-02-16 13:06:05



Cooking With Coconut Oil: Sweet and Savory Recipes We Love  

Coconut oil is a versatile ingredient that works wonders in both sweet and savory applications. Here's how to make the most of your jar. Read More

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2018-02-16 13:00:24



Republicans Remain Mostly Silent on Tipping Laws  

The Department of Labor's proposal to make tip-pooling legal has drawn serious opposition from restaurant workers and Democrats Restaurant workers and worker advocate groups have come out in full force against the Department of Labor's proposed tip-pooling regulations — and Republicans seemingly aren't doing much to shift the tide. The proposed regulations would allow restaurant owners to collect servers' tips and redistribute them to other staffers as they see fit, or...

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2018-02-16 12:51:25



10 Hearty Vegetarian Meals for Your Dutch Oven — Recipes from The Kitchn  

While my days of being a vegetarian are long gone, I still find myself cooking meatless meals more often than not. So my beloved Dutch oven actually gets used to simmer beans and make one-pot pastas much more than it gets used to braise short ribs. The tool is as invaluable to the vegetarian's kitchen as it is to the omnivore's. These 10 recipes prove it. READ MORE »

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2018-02-16 11:43:18



Take a Look Around René Redzepi's New Noma  

Here's everything that happened on day one at the Copenhagen juggernaut's new digs Noma 2.0, chef Rene Redzepi's long-awaited relaunch of his influential Copenhagen restaurant, opened yesterday. The culinary world waited a year for Noma's return to a permanent space, and the lucky few with reservations on its first full day are offering a few glimpses into the #nomaocean experience on social media. Today, the Wall Street Journal also published a first look inside the r...

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2018-02-16 10:52:02



Lacy, Crisp, and Chewy Ricotta Cookies Are the Mistake of a Lifetime  

They may not be traditional ricotta cookies, but these brown butter–laced wafers have an undeniable charm all their own. Read More

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2018-02-16 10:30:11



Chrissy Teigen Is Here to Sell You a Dream  

How her hyper-specific, hyper-relatable 'Cravings' became a bona fide #brand Chrissy Teigen wanted to cover literally everything in her first cookbook with cheese and ham, seems extremely disappointed in almond milk, and says her mom loves eating caviar with Kris Jenner. She shares this with a group of journalists seated on the sunny patio at the Chateau Marmont, picking at plates of pancakes made with Vita Coco Coconut Milk, for whom she is a spokesperson. (There was also, f...

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2018-02-16 09:56:12



Cheesecake Factory Is One of the Best Places to Work in America  

Plus the 'New York Times' has Salt Bae's Sunday routine, and more food news to know Cheesecake Factory, the restaurant chain beloved by rapper and actor Drake, is one of the best companies to work for in America. The Factory lands at No. 27 on Fortune's top-100 ranking. Other food brands to make the cut include a few grocery chains (Wegmans at No. 3, Publix at No. 47, and Nugget Market at No. 70) and a line of convenience stores (Sheetz at No. 66). Footlong sandwich p...

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2018-02-16 09:12:14



What's the Difference Between All the Instant Pot Models? — Shopping  

So you made the big decision! You're ready to give the Instant Pot a try. But which model should you get? You're totally overwhelmed by the assortment of choices. Don't panic. We're here to help you sort through the options and pick the right one for you. READ MORE »

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2018-02-16 08:38:25



Ina Garten Shares the Best Thing to Eat for a Broken Heart — Pop Culture  

For Valentine's Day this year, Ina Garten went on the TODAY show and talked all things love and food — two things she's very well-versed in. Best known for her incredible cookbooks and TV show on the Food Network, the Barefoot Contessa has been married to her best friend, Jeffrey, for 49 years now and their love has garnered its own kind of fame. She even dedicated her latest cookbook to all the recipes she likes making for her husband. READ MORE »

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2018-02-16 08:16:18



This Is the Last Cake Pan You'll Ever Buy — And It's Less than $10 — Amazon Deal of the Day  

Do cake pans matter all that much? I learned to bake through sheer necessity — no one in my family would bother to make dessert if I didn't. I first made do with whatever detritus my parents had collected over 20-odd years of cohabitation, from warped cooking sheets to mismatched cake pans scavenged from grandparents' houses. And they all got the job done, more or less. Then I started investing in my own gear, and realized that the phrase "It's a poor craftsman who blames his ...

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2018-02-16 08:03:23



20 Easy Ways to Make Pork for Dinner — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Can you even keep track of all the ways it is possible to eat pork? Chops, tenderloins, roasts, soups, stews — the list goes on and we didn't even mention bacon or belly! Pork is a hearty meat and February is a hearty month, so don't think too hard when it comes to making this dinner. We've rounded up some of the easiest ways to do it. Whether you're serving up some maple-ginger pork with caramelized sweet potatoes or a spicy carnitas salad bowl to keep you and your loved ones w...

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2018-02-16 07:59:30



Special Sauce: Phil Rosenthal Is Anthony Bourdain, Except Afraid of Everything  

Part 1 of Ed Levine's interview with Phil Rosenthal, creator and host of the Netflix series Somebody Feed Phil Read More

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2018-02-16 07:45:31



The Best Cookware Deals for Presidents Day Weekend — Shopping  

Presidents Day tends to go underappreciated, but the holiday has a lot going for it. For one, it's a day to remember some monumental presidents (duh). It's the last three-day weekend until Memorial Day weekend (c'mon, summer!). It's a day with few obligations (no one hosts Presidents Day picnics or fireworks shows). It's also one of the few good weekends for sales during the first half of the year. Even if you're sitting at your desk this Monday, there's still a lot of shopping t

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2018-02-16 06:37:22



How To Braise Beef Short Ribs in a Dutch Oven — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Short ribs are the quintessential caveman cut, straight out of Fred Flinstone's larder, with their hunks of rich meat on the bone, looking primal and carnivore-ready. They're a rich winter meal, too, easy and forgiving to cook under their sleek caps of fat, melting into tender chunks of pull-apart beef in the oven. If you're feeling like a hibernating caveman and want a delicious, comforting, beefy meal, here's a step-by-step recipe to help you take short ribs and turn them

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2018-02-16 05:50:40






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