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Leftover Pie  

When it says leftover, it means leftover. Leftover rice, leftover veggies, and leftover protein team up in a flaky pie crust for a truly clean-out-the-fridge dinner that's much tastier than the sum of its parts.

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2018-05-20 01:39:52



Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Wedding Cake Is as Beautiful as You Thought It Would Be — The Royal Wedding  

Since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced their engagement in November, there has been much speculation about what kind of cake they would have for their wedding. At first there were rumors about a banana cake, which was quickly put down. Then, it was announced in March that the couple had decided to hire pastry chef Claire Ptak who owns Violet Bakery in East London. She also used to work at Chez Panisse in California. It was said Ptak was planning on making a lemon and elderflowe

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2018-05-19 17:49:45



30 Recipes to Use Up Leftover Cream — Recipes from The Kitchn  

If you have a carton of leftover cream in your fridge and are wondering what to do with it, you are in luck. There is always whipped cream, of course, but there are so many other wonderful ways to use up cream, whether you have a spoonful or more than a cup. From tender cream biscuits and lush scrambled eggs, to rich chocolate ganache and creamy tomato soup, here are 30 delicious ways to use up leftover cream. READ MORE »

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2018-05-19 13:45:59



I Tried the Cult-Favorite Grilling Accessory I Keep Seeing on TV — Here's What I Thought — Shopping  

I have all the tools I could possibly need for my gas grill — a cast iron plancha, remote thermometer, metal box for wood chips — and I love them all. There's one thing I never really loved, though: the stainless steel vegetable basket. It definitely keeps small foods from falling through the grates, but it's too small itself to effectively grill these items without crowding. However, a new breed of copper grill mats aims to solve this problem. They're super-thin, flexible sheet...

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2018-05-19 10:29:23



5 Quick and Easy Spring Dinners — Next Week's Meal Plan  

Some weeks, meal planning is the only defense we have against eating out or hitting a drive-thru every single night. When our schedules are super busy or we just have a lot of fun stuff on the calendar, selecting a week's worth of super-fast and easy recipes is the only way to ensure that dinner at home happens. Twenty minutes seems about the perfect amount of time for a speedy dinner that tastes better than takeout but still gets us at the table and out the door in under an h

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2018-05-19 09:56:56



The 5 Biggest Food News Stories You Missed This Week — ICYMI  

Did you watch the royal wedding this morning? That's all everyone seems to be able to talk about this week. While I can't say I'm sad that people won't be speculating on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding food anymore, it's been fun to follow along the last couple months. This week in food news we looked at the weirdest things food brands made to celebrate the happy nuptials, and also looked into Whole Foods' new savings program for Prime members. Read on for what else you

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2018-05-19 09:32:37



How To Make a No-Bake Icebox Cake — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Right about the time you pull the white sandals and beach gear out of the closet, big, easy, and delicious party desserts also come into high style. What are you taking to that family potluck or graduation party this month? May I suggest the easiest yet most impressive dessert I know? It doesn't even require an oven! The icebox cake is a no-bake confection that needs literally no cooking or baking, and yet it yields what you would swear are slices of tender cake layers, fill

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2018-05-19 07:08:17



So Smart: Make Your Own "Tortillas" Out of Celery Root — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every day as we post our favorites. I've seen my fair share of great vegetable substitutions for recipes. Whether you're trying to eat low-carb, don't eat meat, or just want more vegetables in your life, there's bound to be some veggie swap you can try as a substitute in a traditional recipe. I'm a big fan of vegetable bacon (like this eggplant one) and zoodles are a gre

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2018-05-19 03:48:29



Slow Cooked Vietnamese Pork  

This sweet and savory dish with deep flavors from rich caramel, fish sauce, garlic and shallots cooks up to perfection in a slow cooker and goes beautifully with rice.

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2018-05-19 02:02:02



Bake Like a Brit: 5 Cakes Every English Baker Loves — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Cake is the key to the British soul. Generations of us have been comforted by cake, we celebrate with cake, and we comfort and celebrate others with cake. Where Americans have cookies and milk, we have tea and a slice of cake. Our cakes are not always an elaborate performance art — for us they're just the taste of home. READ MORE »

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2018-05-19 01:41:22



The Kitchn's Guide to Storing Fruits and Vegetables — Tip Roundup  

Fact: CSAs can be amazing. In just one week, you can end up with a dozen tomatoes, six or seven ears of corn, crisp greens, and a pound of peaches. CSAs can also be a little daunting. Wait, how do I store fresh herbs again? What's the best way to handle all these tomatoes? Do melons go in the refrigerator or on the countertop? With so much produce about to come our way (either through a CSA, a farmers market, or a big trip to the grocery store), it's time for a refresh

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2018-05-19 01:20:34



What's the Difference Between East Coast Butter and West Coast Butter? — Ingredient Intelligence  

Having grown up on the East Coast, I've only ever known American-made butter to come in long, narrow sticks. Turns out I was living in a butter bubble; it wasn't until I heard a story one evening on NPR's Marketplace about the difference between West Coast and East Coast butter that I realized there was a difference to be known at all. READ MORE »

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2018-05-18 22:34:55



Recipe: Parmesan Chicken and Kale Sauté — Low Carb Recipes  

I believe Parmesan cheese can make nearly anything better. In this case, I am referring to boneless, skinless chicken breasts and kale — two things that can be hard to love sometimes, but trust me when I say you'll love them here. It's a chicken dinner that's comforting and hearty, thanks to the sharp cheese and leafy kale, yet not a touch heavy, due to acidity of the white wine and a splash of lemon juice that finishes it off. This one-skillet dinner feels both wholeso...

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2018-05-18 22:01:12



5 Best Baking Lessons from The Great British Bake Off Masterclass — Food TV  

The Great British Bake Off Masterclass is great background noise for when you're cooking or falling asleep. But when it comes to sitting down and watching it intently, it's kind of a soothing snooze. READ MORE »

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2018-05-18 21:04:32



5 Food Companies Who Took the Royal Wedding Thing Too Far — The Royal Wedding  

So you might've heard that there's a wedding this weekend. Despite the fact that America legit fought a war to escape the British monarchy, seemingly every television channel that isn't SyFy is breathlessly counting the minutes until Prince Charles walks Meghan Markle down the aisle and straight into the Royal Family. (And even that has been endlessly dissected: as of this morning, Meghan has decided that she'll be walking her own self at least halfway down the aisle, because feminism).

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2018-05-18 17:29:05



You Should Watch 'Beatriz at Dinner' on Hulu This Weekend  

Three TV recommendations, plus a roundup of the week's entertainment news This post originally appeared on May 18, 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 the weekend, a glorious time when you can ignore your inbox and bask in the glow of your favorite movies and TV shows instead. If you have a serious case of Royal Wedding Fever, you might consider waki...

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2018-05-18 16:20:59



How One Cafe Is Making Vegan Food More Accessible  

Brooklyn's Sol Sips is serving its community with sliding-scale pricing This story was originally published on Civil Eats. When she was 19, Francesca Chaney wrote in her journal that she wanted to open a vegan cafe. It would be a place, she imagined, where her friends and family could gather and eat plant-based food. For young people who are surrounded by organic grocers, boutique cafes, and fancy restaurants, that type of dream may seem easily within reach. But for Chan...

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2018-05-18 16:03:28



A Brief History of British Royal Wedding Cakes  

From Queen Victoria's English plum cake to Prince William and Kate Middleton's eight-layer fruitcake, these masterpieces have taken many forms By Victorian standards, modern wedding cakes can appear quite amateur: The wedding of Queen Victoria's oldest daughter, Princess Royal Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa, on January 25, 1858 (to German Emperor Frederick III), featured a cake that appears modeled after elements of St. Peter's Basilica. At the top is a square structure ...

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2018-05-18 15:34:00



I Bought Nigella Lawson's Fancy Dressing Gown, and I Regret Nothing — Shopping  

"I want pleasure, I want flavor, and I want ease," Nigella Lawson says in her mesmerizing, relaxing voice at the beginning of her TV show Nigella: At My Table. "Life can be complicated. Cooking doesn't have to be." READ MORE »

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2018-05-18 13:21:58



Make and Bake This Chocolate Cake in Your Cast Iron Skillet  

You don't even need a mixer to whip up this chocolate cake, just melt the butter in a cast iron skillet, stir in the remaining ingredients, and bake! It's super dark and delicious, topped with a two-ingredient milk chocolate frosting that's mixed together by hand. Read More

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2018-05-18 13:00:19



These Lemon Ricotta Pancakes Are Fit for a Royal Brunch — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. Tomorrow is a very special day, and not just because it's the weekend. Since it was announced in November, we've been waiting eagerly for the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and tomorrow (May 19) it's happening at last. There has been so much speculation around the food that will be served for the happy occ

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2018-05-18 12:25:37



This Peak Millennial Pool Float Is Currently on Sale — Deal of the Day  

A few summers ago, pool floats went from a kiddie must-have to a verified Instagram accessory for millennials. And the trend shows no signs of slowing down. Instead, there are new heights to be reached, new objects to be made into inflatable pool toys. While we wait to see what'll be a hit this summer, things don't get more millennial-centric than this avocado float, currently on sale at Urban Outfitters. READ MORE »

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2018-05-18 12:14:38



Guys, the "Club" in Club Sandwich Isn't an Acronym — Food News  

Okay, before you post that gif of a confused toddler shifting her eyes from side to side or type the word "shook," just hold on a sec. A few days ago an 18-year-old British guy posted a sandwich fact that he'd just discovered, and several thousand people pressed their hands against the top of their heads trying to keep their minds from being completely blown. But the thing is … that dude is probably wrong. READ MORE »

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2018-05-18 11:50:01



Julia Child's Secret to the Best Vinaigrette Is to Make It Like a Martini — Tips & Techniques  

For most of my life, I thought I hated salads, but it turns out I just really don't like most salad dressings. For years I tried to eat salads, only to take a few bites before giving up and leaving an over-dressed mess of goopy leaves on my plate. With the right dressing, however, salads are one of my favorite things to eat now, and making a dressing that suits my own tastes is extremely easy to do at home. READ MORE »

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2018-05-18 11:37:49



Oven-Fried Okra  

No Southern spread is complete without okra. This recipe is a bit healthier than the typical deep-fried variety, but no less authentic tasting with buttermilk and a crispy cornmeal crust. Don't let deep-frying keep you away from okra any longer.

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2018-05-18 11:24:33



On the Trail With a Cheap Eats Icon  

A podcast profile and walking tour with food critic Robert Sietsema Robert Sietsema has been covering food in New York since way before food was cool. On this week's episode of the Eater Upsell, the critic and cheap eats savant takes Dan to some of his favorite spots in Queens and explains how he went from chemist to rock musician to food critic. Listen to the full episode below and/or scroll down to read some choice Sietsema quotes. On anonymity as a critic: I haven't l...

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2018-05-18 10:42:30



Watch: Is Cheesier Mac and Cheese Actually Better?  

You Can Do This revs up the childhood staple to 11 For mac and cheese fanatics, the cheese component is usually the bigger sell. So in this episode of You Can Do This, I'm crafting a recipe that yields the cheesiest mac and cheese out there, to decide if cheesier means better. Tried and true mac and cheese recipes call for milk and flour, two ingredients that can dull the flavor of cheese. So if we eliminate the flour completely, and reduce the quantity of milk — the flav...

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2018-05-18 10:33:35



Watch a Preview of Anthony Bourdain's Trip to Armenia on 'Parts Unknown'  

Plus, Tom Colicchio is opening a food hall in Kansas City, and more dining news On this week's episode of Parts Unknown, former chef and current TV host Anthony Bourdain gets a tour of Armenia from Armenian-American musician Serj Tankian, of System of a Down fame, as well as historian Richard Giragosian, a resident of the country. During the episode, Bourdain dines at the highly regarded Dolmama restaurant and learns about the Armenian people's achievements against tough o...

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2018-05-18 10:01:38



Disney World Now Serves Booze at Every Sit-Down Restaurant Inside the Magic Kingdom  

Excellent news for parents braving the theme park this summer Is Disney World really the happiest place on Earth? Absolutely not, but it just got a little more tolerable: Alcohol is now served at every full-service restaurant inside the Magic Kingdom, People reports. Wine and beer are newly available at three additional restaurants inside the main park, a press release from Disney World explains: the Plaza Restaurant, a casual sandwich and salad spot on Main Street USA; the C

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2018-05-18 09:47:41



Recipe: Easy Grilled Pork Chops with Sweet & Tangy Mustard Glaze — Recipes from The Kitchn  

A perk of living in the South is the year-round grilling weather. Once springtime hits, you know dinner is coming from the grill. While a fair share of burgers, brats, and chicken breasts are sure to grace these fiery grates, I'm putting my money on pork chops to be the hit of the season. Grilling delivers flavor-packed foods quickly to the dinner table, but it always takes a little time to get the heat going. Use that time to your advantage, stirring together a savory brine that s

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2018-05-18 09:33:53



Your Pasta Can Handle More Vegetables than You Think — Tips from The Kitchn  

When I was growing up, vegetables played a big, starring role in all our dinners. And I've maintained that tradition in my adult life — especially since becoming a Registered Dietitian. But at the same time, I am a pasta fiend; I could probably eat it daily and not tire of it. So how do I get my pasta fix and keep my veggie-heavy diet? I let the two join forces! You see, pasta can handle a lot of vegetables — way more than you might think. Load your noodles with so many veggies...

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2018-05-18 09:33:49



Why You Should Always Pay Attention to Food in Shows Like 'The Handmaid's Tale'   

TV's most popular dystopian shows use the dining table to lay out the power struggles of their bleak worlds The mark of a good dystopian thriller is how much it can make you see traces of our own society reflected in its world. And while plenty has been said about the power of dystopian novels in our current political climate, this idea is even more resonate when it comes to the genre's TV shows, whose success depends on their abilities to create compelling worlds that can ...

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2018-05-18 09:14:39



Recipe: The Best One-Pot Mac & Cheese — Recipes from The Kitchn  

I've always been a purist when it comes to making mac and cheese, sticking to a fairly classic recipe that starts with a roux and white sauce. But then this recipe came along and trumped the classic with its ease and amazing flavor. Imagine a creamy, three-cheese pasta that comes together with absolutely no milk and butter. Now imagine that it's cooked all in one pot (you don't even need to strain the pasta!). I call that magic — you'll call it the weeknight dinner of you...

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2018-05-18 08:38:35



Special Sauce: Writer and Illustrator Maira Kalman on Room Service and Moments of Joy  

The brilliant, food-loving, and thought-provoking artist and writer Maira Kalman talks about her ideal room-service breakfast in bed and her special love for chairs left out on the street. Read More

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2018-05-18 08:02:13



The Pros and Cons of Single-Bowl Versus Double-Bowl Kitchen Sinks — The Kitchen Sink  

Much like gas versus electric stoves, kitchen sinks inspire strong opinions and fierce debate — ones that transcend even the trends of the moment. People either love or hate their single- or double-bowl sinks If you're in the position to choose, and/or you're open to change, here are the pros and cons of each. READ MORE »

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2018-05-18 07:52:59



7 Grain-Free Dessert Recipes — Recipes from The Kitchn  

When it comes to grain-free desserts, you may assume it's a world of fruit salad. But that's hardly the case! There are custards and cookies and candies to be had that suit the diet and feel every bit as special as standard sweets. These seven desserts prove it. READ MORE »

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2018-05-18 07:30:03



The Best Wines to Drink While You're Wearing a Sheet Mask — Shopping  

Doing a mask makes me feel like I'm accomplished something, when really all I'm doing is hanging out on my couch for a few minutes with goo on my face. Do any of the hundreds of masks on the market actually do anything? Does it matter? Whether or not we're all getting hosed, masks are a great way to relax on our own or take embarrassing photos with our friends — so we definitely need something to drink while we wait. Here are my favorite mask-and-wine pairings. REA...

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2018-05-18 05:57:55



11 Easy Pasta Salads with Only 3 Ingredients — 3-Ingredient Recipes  

A roster of pasta salads is always a good thing to have in your back pocket for easy dinners, weekend potlucks, and weekday lunches. While you could dig around for a perfect recipe, the secret is that pasta salad doesn't really need a strict recipe. Cook up some dry pasta and combine it with a couple of flavorings and ingredients to bulk it up, and you've got pasta salad. Easy. READ MORE »

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2018-05-18 05:38:13



The One Tool You Need for Cooking and Serving Pasta — Shopping  

Pasta is the great equalizer. Whether you're trying to get dinner on the table for your family on a hectic weeknight or you've invited your boss over for a fancy dinner party, you can always count on this fast and filling pantry staple to satisfy everyone. If you preach the pasta gospel, you'll love Colu Henry's debut cookbook, Back Pocket Pasta. The #backpocketpasta idea was conceived originally as a way to document the on-the-fly pasta concoctions Colu would "cobble

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2018-05-18 03:31:08



I Tried Pickle Ice Cream and It Tastes Like Bath & Body Works (but in a Good Way?) — Food Trends  

One of the biggest food trends to come out of 2018 (so far) is pickles. Wait, pickles? You might be thinking. What could possibly be trendy about pickles? Well, I should probably clarify that pickle flavor is really what people are obsessed with right now. In the past year we've discovered pickle-flavored popcorn and almonds, to name just a couple odd things. And now, to round out this strange and curious flavor trend, there is pickle soft-serve (go ahead and get your pr

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2018-05-18 03:07:06



10 Ways British and American Weddings Differ — The Royal Wedding  

Royal weddings have always fascinated people around the world, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's upcoming wedding has been no different. Wedding experts, historians, "sources close to the palace," and Instagram sleuths alike have been speculating on the details of the nuptials since the engagement was announced last November. READ MORE »

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2018-05-18 01:51:07



These 15 Pasta Recipes Make the Best Leftovers — Recipes from The Kitchn  

There are two types of pasta recipes in the world: the ones that are at their peak as soon as they hit the table, and the ones that get more and more delicious when you dig into them the second and third time around. Whether you eat them straight from the fridge or heat them up, these are the pasta recipes to keep handy when you're all about the leftovers. READ MORE »

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2018-05-18 01:50:06



This Brilliant Chopstick Trick Will Give You More Usable Space in Your Fridge — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

Despite the fact that I have a drawer full of food storage containers, there are times when simply none of the available ones will do — like basically any weekend when I'm prepping food for a backyard cookout. See, I don't have a ton of larger storage containers, and the ones I do have tend to get spoken for pretty quickly. And the bowls I like to use to serve fruit, salads, and more? Well, they don't have lids, which means they don't stack in the fridge. Which i...

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2018-05-18 01:19:30



Dinner Is Never Boring with Garlicky Steak and Potatoes — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. When I was growing up, steak was a treat in my house, but it never turned out quite right. It was often overcooked and a bit chewy, which turned me off from it until after college when I finally figured out what good steak tastes like. Good steak starts at the grocery store (sorry, but you need good meat to make good steak) a

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2018-05-17 22:41:35



Froot Loops Are Not All Shaped Like Rings Anymore, and It's Very Upsetting — Food News  

Froot Loops are coming out with a new flavor for the first time in a decade, and I am not a fan of this change. I always thought I was an avid proponent of progress, innovation, and evolution in all endeavors, but apparently that does not apply to breakfast cereal. I took one look at Kellogg's new Wild Berry Froot Loops and said out loud, "I am very upset about this!" READ MORE »

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2018-05-17 21:38:27



Martha Stewart's New Book Series Sounds Like the Harvard Classics of Life Skills — Pop Culture  

At the beginning of the 20th century, the then-president of Harvard asserted that a five-foot shelf of books could provide a good substitute for a liberal arts education to anyone who took the time to read them. Some publishers saw a money-making opportunity when they heard that and said, "Okay, which books?" READ MORE »

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2018-05-17 19:26:38



10 Kid-Friendly Vegetable Sides for Weeknight Dinners — Recipes from The Kitchn  

My two kids go through the weirdest seasons with vegetables (currently we are living through a roasted broccoli and baby carrot season — if either of those appear on the table, they disappear quickly). But in an effort to beat my own dinner boredom and to keep them exposed to other vegetables, I've gathered up inspiration for 10 veggie-based sides that I'm sure they will love (and hopefully you and your kids will too!). READ MORE »

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2018-05-17 16:43:27



Groundbreaking Toronto Restaurant the Black Hoof Will Close This Summer  

10 years in, restaurateur Jen Agg is shutting the doors at her flagship Huge news out of Canada this evening: Restaurateur and writer Jen Agg has announced that she will close her groundbreaking Toronto restaurant the Black Hoof in August. That restaurant, which earned as much of a reputation for its stellar meat-driven menu and bustling vibe as its owner's strong voice in the community, departs the scene after 10 years. News of the Hoof's closure follows more surprises f...

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2018-05-17 15:10:44



Alton Brown Raps, Sings, and Plays Guitar on His New Album, 'Bitter Like Me'  

There's a music video for one of his new songs, too Alton Brown, for years America's favorite dorky food dad thanks to his time hosting the theatrical and scientific culinary series Good Eats, may now be America's favorite dorky music dad. Brown released a collection of nine songs under the name the Alton Brown Trio, and the album, called Bitter Like Me, is available via Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, and Amazon. He put out a music video for a track called "Pop Son...

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2018-05-17 15:10:44



5 Scrumptious British Baking Shows That You Might Not Know About — Food TV  

The Great British Bake Off can be a portal into a magical world of British food shows. My British television journey kicked off with years of Nigella and Sophie Dahl wandering through spiffy kitchens, making squidgy sweets, and introducing me to a universe of treacle and golden syrup and self-deprecating British humor. Years later The Great British Bake Off stole my heart, and reminded me that there's so much great British food programming that we don't typically have access to on

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2018-05-17 14:55:39



Recipe: Marinated Feta-Beet Salad — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Beet salad sounds like such a cliche dish, but I think there's good reason for its popularity. When rock-hard beets are roasted until soft and sweet, then tossed with a vinaigrette to cut through all the sweetness, there's something amazing that happens. Skipping the fast-wilting lettuce in favor of slabs of creamy feta cheese and a big handful of fresh, fragrant herbs really makes this salad special and beautiful. READ MORE »

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2018-05-17 14:54:39



A 2-Hour Cleaning Routine to Help You Maximize Your Summer Fridays — Cleaning Tips from Kitchn  

If you get them, abbreviated summer hours are a great corporate perk; they offer you the chance to get out of the cubicle and kick off your weekend early to enjoy some of the great weather. Or — hear me out on this — you could take advantage of the extra free time on a summer Friday to get a head start on housework. READ MORE »

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2018-05-17 14:53:30



The Food of Ramadan: When and What to Eat — The Ramadan Table  

Ramadan (in Arabic: رمضان, Ramadān) is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. During the whole month, observers of Islam fast from sunrise to sunset. During the fast, no food or drink is consumed, and thoughts must be kept pure. Followers of Islam believe that fasting teaches patience, modesty, and spirituality. Meals are served before sunrise, called suhoor, and after sunset, called iftar, and eaten with family or with the local community. Read more: What Is Ramadan? ...

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2018-05-17 14:43:37



The Nordic Museum's Cafe Serves a Cultural Smorgasbord in Seattle  



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2018-05-17 13:42:08



10 of England's Most Scrummiest Nibbles — Shopping  

Every country has its own particular foods, and you can get as much of a local sampling by hitting the grocery store as you can from a street food vendor. I haven't been to London in almost 10 years, but I remember the thrill of discovering that "crisps" were potato chips — and that they came in an array of flavors I'd never heard of before. These days, you obviously don't even have to take a flight if you want to try out the fun snacks from any given country. (Thanks, inte...

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2018-05-17 13:21:11



The 10 Best Ways the Slow Cooker Turns Chicken into Dinner — Recipes from the Kitchn  

I hate to play favorites, but of all the things I make in the slow cooker, chicken dinners are tops. Whether you have a pack of bone-in or boneless thighs, lean breast, the whole bird, or even ground chicken, there's a recipe to help you turn it into dinner. From takeout favorites to meal prep miracles to comforting, wholesome dinners, these are our best slow cooker recipes for chicken. READ MORE »

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2018-05-17 12:42:59



Recipe: Elderflower Lemon Cake — Recipes from The Kitchn  

With its sweet, delicate flavor of muscat, elderflower cordial is generally known as a mixer for refreshing spring and summer drinks. We also love using it in desserts, such as this lemony sponge cake infused with elderflower syrup and served with a dollop of sweet whipped cream. READ MORE »

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2018-05-17 12:28:57



10 Weeknight-Friendly Pork Chop Recipes — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Like chicken breasts, pork chops are weeknight wonders. Not only do they cook quickly, but they are also infinitely adaptable. That means you can slot them into the meal plan weekly without ever growing tired of them. These 10 recipes prove just how flexible and fast the mighty pork chop can be. READ MORE »

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2018-05-17 11:55:25



All About Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Wedding Cake  

American-born pastry chef Claire Ptak is making a lemon and elderflower cake for the royal couple When, on April 18, 1956, American actress Grace Kelly wed Monaco's Prince Rainier, no extravagance was spared. Sixty seamstresses worked on the bride's ornate lace dress for six weeks. Guests — including Cary Grant, Ava Gardner, Aristotle Onassis, and Conrad Hilton — feasted on caviar, lobster, and plenty of champagne (all paid for by MGM studios). The centerpiece of the re...

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2018-05-17 11:19:41



The 12 Hottest New Restaurants in Nairobi, Kenya  

Where to find Mexico City-style tacos, Kenyan beef burgers, and haute vegan feasts on a garden patio Today, Eater turns its attention to Nairobi, Kenya, the country's bustling capital city, whose restaurant scene has experienced what can only be described as an explosion in recent years. Incredible eateries run the gamut from roadside food stalls to five-star dining establishments and everything in between. We asked local food writer Soni Adriance to share with us her picks f...

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2018-05-17 10:24:17



Carla Hall Says 'The Chew' Is in No Hurry to Replace Mario Batali  

Plus, Stephen Colbert made a fake Ingmar Bergman film about "Swedish" meatballs, and more food news Celebrity chef Carla Hall, co-host of ABC's daytime food talk show The Chew, says producers are in no hurry to find a replacement for disgraced chef and former co-host Mario Batali. ABC fired Batali from his TV gig last year after his long history of sexual misconduct came to light. Swedish meatballs, it turns out, are actually Turkish, not Swedish, which is news that h...

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2018-05-17 10:01:51



3 Super-Smart Packing Tricks for Your Next Move — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

Moving is a pain in the butt. Whether you're going full DIY (packing yourself up, renting the van, and loading and unloading yourself) or hiring people to do the (literal) heavy lifting, a ton of work goes into it. Especially when it comes to kitchenware: A lot of the stuff in there is bitty, spill-y, poke-y, oddly shaped, and generally tough to move. Plus, no one wants to spend a lot of money on packing materials that you just throw away (or pass along) at the end of your move. So annoy

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2018-05-17 08:39:42



How To Make Roasted Pork Tenderloin — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

If you're in the mood for a simple dinner of meat and vegetables, but need to shake up your chicken breast (or pork chop) routine, pork tenderloin is your ticket. Pork tenderloin is one of the easiest, most relaxed cuts of meat to cook for dinner, and it's one of my favorite weeknight meals. There's no major preparation involved; just season and bang into the oven while you make a salad. Here's our best method for making tender, juicy pork tenderloin that tastes so good it

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2018-05-17 08:37:29



3 Things You Should Buy From Sur la Table's Giant Site-Wide Sale — Deal of the Day  

Fun fact of the day: Sur la Table is currently offering 20 percent off on products across its site (as well as free shipping if you spend $59 or more). The sale applies to just about everything you'd need in the kitchen — like prep tools, cookware, serving pieces, and even the food itself. There's a lot of stuff to sift through, so we decided to highlight our top picks to give you a head start. First, a little of the fine print: The sale excludes some full-priced items, as wel...

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2018-05-17 08:36:27



This Is One of the Cheapest Ways to Try Out Blue Apron — Shopping  

If you've been tempted to try Blue Apron but have been scared off by the price, we might have the perfect trick to make it more enticing for you. Turns out, you just need a Costco membership — or a friend who's willing to help you out. READ MORE »

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2018-05-17 08:21:04



I Gave Up Dairy for One Week — And I Actually Felt Different — Wellness  

I've heard claims that eliminating dairy can boost energy levels, help with digestion, and assist with weight management — all good things! So, naturally, I've been curious. While I didn't have any particular health concerns, I'm always happy to try something out that will make me feel better. I consider myself a moderate dairy consumer. My mornings tend to be dairy-heavy (my usual is a cup of Greek yogurt and two homemade lattes made with whole milk). So when I decided to give...

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2018-05-17 07:32:16



Reddit Users Planning a 5-Year-Old's Birthday Will Warm Your Heart — Grocery News  

Pinterest is full of aspirational kids' parties with themes like rainbows and Mickey Mouse, and those are darling. But to my mind, nothing is quite as cool or charming as a child's birthday party with an utterly off-the-wall theme that the kid obviously came up with on their own. I will never forget the kid whose birthday party theme was a local personal-injury lawyer. One boy even had a Geico Insurance-themed 4th birthday party. And last year a little girl had a Costco-themed birth

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2018-05-17 07:15:18



The Art of Serving Pasta for Dinner, According to Moms — Tips from The Kitchn  

As a parent, I love pasta more than I ever thought possible. I keep plenty in the pantry and it solves many dinner (and lunch, and occasionally breakfast) dilemmas. Got a picky eater? Pasta. Trying to introduce a new food? Pasta. Just need a dinner that everyone will love so the dinner table is quiet? Pasta! There is a subtle art to making a pasta dinner that is tasty enough to satisfy grown-ups without alienating tiny diners. (I'm not saying we shouldn't serve kiddos grown-up

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2018-05-17 06:47:40



5 British Food Mags Every Royal Newlywed Should Know — Between the Covers  

Perhaps you've not heard, but it seems there's a royal wedding this weekend. It's rather a big to-do, as Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales and Miss Rachel Meghan Markle prepare to walk down the aisle. As the happy couple gets ready to settle into a lifetime of marital bliss, there's one question we're all undoubtedly dying to know the answer to: What will Harry and Meghan cook for dinner? READ MORE »

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2018-05-17 06:10:35



Our Favorite Grilling Shortcuts to Buy at Costco — Shopping  

Costco is a beacon of hope during a summer packed with neighborhood water fights (post-fight Popsicles required) and backyard barbecues. No other store helps you plan more summer camp snacks and feed crowds of pool-dwellers more economically than this big-box retailer. (Also, Costco seems to crush it when it comes to in-store air conditioning!) While not everyone can use a mass quantity of water balloons or an 11-person inflatable raft from Costco, at least once this summe

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2018-05-17 04:03:25



5 Things You Should Know About Soy Milk — Milk & Cookies  

If you're lactose-intolerant, vegan, or just dairy-sensitive, the wild world of non-dairy milks out there can be overwhelming. Not too long ago, soy milk was the primary alternative to cow's milk, but is it the best mylk out there? Soy milk, like all milks, comes with some persuasive pros. It also has some drawbacks. This is the nuanced non-dairy world in which we live. Here's what you should know. READ MORE »

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2018-05-16 21:18:44



5 Mistakes to Avoid When Making Pasta Salad — Cooking Mistakes  

There's something about this particular time of year that makes eating pasta salad even more wonderful. Filled with squiggly noodles, flavorful dressing, a medley of vegetables, and sometimes meat and cheese, this side dish is a mainstay of summer picnics and backyard get-togethers. Before whipping up a bowl for your next shindig, be sure you're not making any of these pasta salad mistakes. READ MORE »

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2018-05-16 18:47:32



Whole Foods Just Announced a New Discount for Amazon Prime Members — Shopping  

Ever since Amazon bought Whole Foods (for a whopping $13.7 billion!), the online retail giant has been working to bust that silly-but-accurate "Whole Paycheck" nickname. Amazon started by slashing prices on small items like whole-trade bananas, avocados, brown eggs, and rotisserie chickens. There have been additional price cuts on other everyday items, and Amazon just announced another sweet deal for Prime members. READ MORE »

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2018-05-16 14:58:59



5 Big Organizing Lessons We Learned from This 160-Square-Foot Tiny House — Small Spaces  

Our friends over at Apartment Therapy ran this adorable House Tour, which they called "the most livable tiny house" they've ever seen. They weren't exaggerating. The whole space is only 160 square feet, and yet it actually seems like something we might all be able to live in (not together, obviously). It feels so possible because the place is very thoughtfully laid out and organized — especially the kitchen. Here are five smart organizing tips we got just by looking at the photos...

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2018-05-16 14:22:54



Finding Room for Korean Barbecue in the American Steakhouse  

One year in at New York City's Cote Restaurateur Simon Kim didn't expect Cote to be one of the most talked-about restaurants of 2017. But the "Korean American steakhouse" was a hit with critics, appeared on GQ's best new restaurants list, and was nominated for Eater NY's 2017 restaurant of the year. In October, Michelin awarded Cote a single star. Now a few weeks shy of Cote's first anniversary, Kim says he just wanted "to make red meat sexy again." Increasi...

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2018-05-16 14:12:55



Recipe: Broccoli and Feta Pasta Salad — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Pasta salads are infinitely flexible, delicious, and ready be dressed up. When I get a crush on a cheese or a vegetable, the pasta salad plays impresario, showing off its charms. But I can get easily carried away; if goat cheese, why not Parmesan too? A handful of dried fruit, toasted pecans, three cruciferous vegetables, and a gilding of bacon, and pretty soon we're in the third ring of a salad circus. While elaborate salads are delightful, there are times, like right now in picn

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2018-05-16 13:53:42



Why You Should Put Food Coloring in Your Toilet — Tips from Kitchn  

If you've got a pack of food coloring in your pantry, you might want to bring one of the tiny bottles into the bathroom. Turns out, food coloring — or any other type of dye — can be pretty useful if you suspect that your toilet might be leaking. READ MORE »

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2018-05-16 13:03:37



The Right Way to Eat Chicken Wings Is All the Way  

There's only one right way to eat chicken wings: Our resident wing fanatic explains how. Read More

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2018-05-16 13:00:15



5 Tips for Merging Kitchens (from Someone Who's Had 42 Roommates) — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

I've moved a lot in my 31 years. Since I left home for college, I've had a new apartment approximately every six months — and usually, new roommates, too. In total, I've cohabitated with 42 different humans. Along with those humans came dozens of different kitchens — so as an avid home cook, I quickly learned to streamline the coupling and uncoupling of saucepans, spices, and spoons. Whether your new roomie is only for a few months or for forever, these time-tested tricks shou...

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2018-05-16 12:03:44



10 Slow Cooker Recipes That Work for Two People (Who Like Leftovers) — Recipes from the Kitchn  

While slow cookers are a boon for big-batch meals, I take mine out at least once a week when cooking dinner for my small family of two (twice if you count meal prep!). It doesn't matter how many people you're cooking for — the slow cooker is one of the most helpful tools in the kitchen to help you get dinner on the table. Here are 10 of my favorite slow cooker recipes that are perfect for two. READ MORE »

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2018-05-16 11:49:38



Do We Need Another Coffee Subscription?  

Yes Plz wants to end the tyranny of single-origin coffee with better blends Years after Portlandia and SNL started poking fun at the elitist barista, the cliche of the mustachioed, bespectacled, houndstooth-vested coffee snob persists. Over the past decade, terms like "fair trade" and "single origin" entered the vocabulary of a larger swath of the American population, denoting quality, as coffee's third wave gained steam. Consumers of craft coffee at once-independent ...

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2018-05-16 11:30:03



Do We Need Another Coffee Subscription?  

Yes Plz wants to end the tyranny of single-origin coffee with better blends Years after Portlandia and SNL started poking fun at the elitist barista, the cliche of the mustachioed, bespectacled, houndstooth-vested coffee snob persists. Over the past decade, terms like "fair trade" and "single origin" entered the vocabulary of a larger swath of the American population, denoting quality, as coffee's third wave gained steam. Consumers of craft coffee at once-independent ...

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2018-05-16 11:30:03



Watch: Crafting Rome's Best Porchetta Sandwich  

Dining on a Dime heads to Er Buchetto, where the recipe for crispy, herbed pork is six generations old Er Buchetto's name translates to "little hole," a reference to the fact that this Roman sandwich and wine bar is just a step above being a hole in the wall — so tiny that we could barely fit our crew inside to shoot. I remember when I first saw it from the outside, falling in love with an exterior that perfectly captures what I imagined a small, rustic, family-owned Ro...

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2018-05-16 11:22:15



What's the Difference Between All the Types of Tofu? — Tofu Basics  

Firm, extra firm, soft, silken — the vast array of fresh tofu varieties can seem daunting. What's the difference between them, and how do you choose which kind to use in a dish? To help answer these questions, I asked a couple of experts. READ MORE »

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2018-05-16 11:15:04



Anthony Bourdain Can't Quit Popeyes   

The Parts Unknown star just wants a tub of mac and cheese, please When he's not traveling the globe eating things like jellied foie gras and pit-roasted goat on his hit CNN travel show Parts Unknown, Anthony Bourdain is perfectly happy tucking into a cardboard box full of chicken from Popeyes. The Kitchen Confidential author has professed his love for the chain several times over the years, and in a new People profile, he brings a reporter along to the last remaining buffet-...

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2018-05-16 10:55:28



Lettuce Wraps With Sweet-Spicy Chicken Meatballs Make Dinner Easy AF  

Vietnamese-inspired meatballs are so quick, easy, and cheap to throw together that they're one of our go-to meals or midnight snacks. Read More

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2018-05-16 10:30:43



Gordon Ramsay to Close Iconic Restaurant Maze After Reporting £3.8m Loss  



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2018-05-16 10:18:50



Sorry but Cauliflower Pizza Crusts Might Not Be That Healthy — Personal Wellness  

Remember a few years ago, when your Paleo-eating, Crossfit-obsessed friends invited you over for cauliflower crust pizza? And as you forced a smile through one damp, flavorless mouthful after another, you thought this will never catch on. Um, yeah, it seems to have actually caught on. Trader Joe's and Costco both sell their own cauli-crusts, California Pizza Kitchen has made it a permanent menu addition, and even my fave local pizza joint offers it as a semi-regular special. READ

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2018-05-16 10:01:54



The $25 Cold Brew Bottle That Totally Fixed My Mornings — Shopping  

I am not a morning person. At all. Most people know this about me — including my sister, who has felt my pre-caffeinated wrath on many occasions. As a result, she generously gifted me a cold brew coffee device this past Christmas. The gift has truly been life-changing. Or at least morning-changing! The gift? The BRUMI bottle, which I religiously use two different ways. READ MORE »

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2018-05-16 09:51:28



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

Lemons are always a good thing to have around. A squirt of lemon juice adds tartness and brightens flavors in everything from cocktails to vegetables, and you can even use them to clean practically everything in your kitchen. When the weather starts to warm up, I basically want everything to be lemon-flavored. It's time for lemonade, lemon candy, and especially lemon cake. READ MORE »

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2018-05-16 09:43:49



Food Truck King Roy Choi Is Contributing a Cookbook to a New Beastie Boys Memoir  

Plus, Zima is making another comeback, and more food news Legendary rappers the Beastie Boys have a new memoir coming out, and the cover features an old photo of the boys posing in front of Stromboli Pizza in New York City. The book sounds pretty thorough, spanning 592 pages and including photos, illustrations, maps, and even a cookbook insert written by chef Roy Choi. Details on Choi's submission have not been revealed, but perhaps there will be recipes for sugar with coff...

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2018-05-16 09:32:35



10 Slow Cooker Recipes for Newbies — Recipes from The Kitchn  

So you finally got a slow cooker — congrats! Whether you decided to buy one or received it as a gift, you're probably eager to start breaking it in. So where to begin? Here! These 10 recipes are fit for newbies like yourself. They show the breadth of what the appliance can do and are nice and easy, which means they're well-suited for beginners. READ MORE »

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2018-05-16 09:19:50



Recipe: Lemony Ricotta Pasta with Basil — Weeknight Dinner Recipes from The Kitchn  

I learned this treatment for pasta from an old neighbor of mine who took his cooking very seriously and made even the simplest meal seem like a dinner party. Music gets changed, cocktails are poured, stories told; there's a lot of gesticulating. But really, all there is to this dish is boiling the pasta, tossing the sauce ingredients into a big bowl, and then tossing in the drained pasta. It's a stress-free party dish, or even just your dinner tonight. READ MORE »

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2018-05-16 08:37:23



10 Sweet Takes on Muffins & Scones — Recipes from The Kitchn  

You know what makes mornings a little easier? Waking up knowing there's a batch of scones or muffins waiting in the kitchen. Whether you like a little chocolate for breakfast or you're more into whole-grain goodies, there's something here for everyone. Ready to get baking? Here are 10 recipes for inspiration. READ MORE »

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2018-05-16 08:30:50



How To Cook Fluffy, Tasty Quinoa — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Quinoa has come a long way in the last few years — all the way from the back shelves of health food stores to national supermarket aisles. Its high protein content, sweet and nutty flavor, and delicate texture have made quinoa a popular substitute for starchier pasta and rice — though once you try it, you're not likely to think of it as a "substitute" again! Quinoa is an easy grain to love. See the video! Several of us here at The Kitchn like to make a big...

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2018-05-16 07:57:52



The Best Milk Chocolate for Baking (That Won't Break the Bank)  

Hating on milk chocolate is a trite cliche, especially now that supermarkets stock so much more than the candy-sweet bars of our childhood. These eight milk chocolates can be found in stores or online and range from 26 to 48% cocoa solids, giving them a strong but mellow chocolate flavor and a creamy consistency. Read More

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2018-05-16 07:45:18



The 8 Best Dips You're Overlooking at Trader Joe's — Shopping  

Next to the freezer aisle, the refrigerated case of dips is the second greatest section at any Trader Joe's. It holds fast-and-fancy apps for when friends come over, and easy snacks to have on hand when the hungries hit. Look past the classic hummus and you'll find a selection of dips that will make you swoon. Here are the best dips to buy at Trader Joe's. READ MORE »

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2018-05-16 07:45:17



The Best Healthy Kid Snacks to Grab at Dunkin Donuts — Healthy Snacks for Kids  

In dire need of a breakfast sandwich? Dunkin Donuts is, without a doubt, one of the most popular chains in America for coffee and breakfast. But take your kids in there with you and you're setting yourself up for all kinds of requests for Dunkin's sprinkle-coated, fun-shaped treats. READ MORE »

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2018-05-16 06:24:45



The Hummus Taste Test: We Tried 7 Brands and Here's Our Favorite — Shopping  

There's no denying that creamy chickpea dip (known as hummus or hommus!) is downright delicious. Whether we're craving a savory afternoon snack or packing for a picnic in the park, hummus and pita chips is practically a universal favorite. In what was one of our most favorite taste tests yet, staffers in our office tried seven national brands of traditional hummus. Keep reading to find our thoughts on all seven brands, as well as our most favorite hummus of the bunch. READ

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2018-05-16 05:42:33



35 Hearty Sandwiches to Make for Dinner — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Somewhere along the line, the sandwich got defined as lunch food. That's a shame, because if you stuff good bread with enough hearty, flavorful things, a dinner sandwich can be the best meal of all. Maybe it's something as simple and satisfying as a grilled cheese stuffed with juicy slices of tomato, a hot and indulgent French dip, or a cold sandwich piled high with deli meats and cheeses. We rounded up our 35 most favorite sandwiches that fit the bill for the evening meal — ute...

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2018-05-16 04:57:04






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