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How To Clean Your Kitchen Sink — Cleaning Lessons from The Kitchn  

I consider myself a pretty clean person, but I have to say that every time I start researching an article, I discover another totally filthy place that I haven't been cleaning. In this case, it's the kitchen sink. It actually harbors even more bacteria than your toilet bowl. And if you, like me, thought that it got clean as you wash the dishes every day? Well, you are sadly mistaken. READ MORE »

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2018-10-03 09:30:00



Aldi's New Dessert Is a Delightfully Weird Mash-Up — Grocery News  

Ever since the dawn of the Cronut, there have been countless new dessert mash-ups to try. And honestly, most of them are pretty great. What's not to love about smashing two delicious sugary things together? That's why when Aldi announced it was going to start selling a limited-edition dessert mash-up, the cult-favorite grocery store had our full attention. READ MORE »

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2018-09-25 18:07:08



​You Should Vacuum with a Paper Towel Tube — Here's Why — Cleaning Tips from The Kitchn  

I love my vacuums. Yes, we have two: A Dyson small ball (the big ones are way too heavy for me to vacuum with comfortably, and was definitely too heavy for me to carry up and down the stairs when we lived in a two-story house) and a cordless that was a (requested) Mother's Day present that has for real changed my everyday life. READ MORE »

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2018-09-25 17:16:03



Sonic Drive-In Sold to Arby's, Buffalo Wild Wings Parent Company for $2.3 Billion  

The chain has seen sales decline for two years Sonic Drive-In, the restaurant chain famous for its variety of soft drinks and old-fashioned service model, has a new parent company. Inspire Brands, which also operates Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings, is purchasing the chain for $2.3 billion, according to CNN Money, adding Sonic's both beloved-and-maligned items like Ocean Water and green apple-flavored slushies to its meaty, curly fries- and Buffalo-tot-filled portfolio. The...

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2018-09-25 15:37:44



We Tried the Starbucks PSL Alternative This Secret Facebook Group Is Obsessed With — Food News  

There's a place on the internet that is entirely wholesome and happy. In this magical secret spot, people post their fall decorations and cute babies dressed up as pumpkins. Everyone supports one another and is kind and thoughtful. It's basically the opposite of Twitter. Welcome to Starbucks' Leaf Rakers Society. This not-so-secret Facebook group is a gathering of people who love fall and Pumpkin Spice Lattes. And while many people do talk at length about the PSL, there are also

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2018-09-25 13:14:17



Target Has a Great Deal on the Instant Pot This Week — Deal of the Day  

With fall officially here, you've likely seen an uptick in the number of warm, cozy recipes like soups and stews filling your feed. And if any of those recipes were first created in a Dutch oven, you'll be able make them up to 70 percent faster in the Instant Pot. Less of a fad and more of a revelation, the Instant Pot is here to stay, and today you can get the the Instant Pot Duo for $80 at Target (normally $100). READ MORE »

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2018-09-25 12:31:56



Meet the CEOs Behind Eater's New Business-Focused Podcast  

Erin Patinkin and Natasha Case are the hosts of 'Start to Sale' Erin Patinkin and Natasha Case — co-hosts of Eater's new podcast Start to Sale, launching this Thursday — have thought for a while on how they could collaborate. The two first met when Case became an early client of Ovenly's — which Patinkin opened in 2010 along with Agatha Kulaga. And as business owners — Patinkin runs New York City's award-winning bakery Ovenly and Case is the founder of Coolhau...

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2018-09-25 12:09:19



8 Super-Easy, Budget-Friendly Kitchen Renovation Projects You Can Do in a Single Weekend — Budget Kitchen Renovations  

What's that? You don't have unlimited free weekends to spend updating your kitchen? What do you know? Most of us don't! But a select few of us have figured out that there are a few small, one-off changes that can be done in a single weekend. Whether you want to do a bigger renovation piece by piece over the course of several weekends, or you just want to do one quick fix to fall in love with the space, there are all sorts of things you can do. So, don't quit your day job

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2018-09-25 11:35:35



Antoni Porowski's Life Is a Flurry of Bottarga, Cold Brew, and Cauliflower  

The "Queer Eye" star reveals his favorite foods and new details about his forthcoming Manhattan restaurant Although Antoni Porowski became famous for teaching sad dads and hapless bachelors how to whip up easy appetizers on Netflix's hit Queer Eye, his culinary knowledge runs much deeper than that. Before becoming a TV star, he spent years working in restaurants in Montreal and New York City, and Porowski was also a private chef for original Fab Five member Ted Allen, who...

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2018-09-25 11:20:00



10 Easy Ways to Eat More Fruits and Vegetables Every Day — Fruits & Veggies  

One of the easiest ways to eat a healthful diet is to consume more fruits and vegetables. That sounds fine on the surface, but how do you actually do it? Making salads for lunch every day is an easy way to start, but that can get boring fast. Luckily, there are lots of tricks to squeezing a few more wholesome fruits and vegetables into breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and even incorporating them into snacks and desserts. Let me show you how. READ MORE »

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2018-09-25 10:49:55



Kwame Onwuachi's Thrilling Next Chapter  

The singular Afro-Caribbean cuisine at Kith and Kin reflects a chef at his creative peak Kwame Onwuachi remembers, as a kid growing up in the Bronx, how much his Trinidadian grandfather loved goat roti. Curry goat, as Trinidadians call the spiced meat at the center of the dish, would be bundled with potato into griddled flatbread with the weight of a light blanket. A portable and sustaining meal, its layered flavors trace back to the foods of indentured laborers from India who

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2018-09-25 10:40:58



For the Best Real-Deal Bouillabaisse, Skip the Shellfish  

Most people in the United States know bouillabaisse as a rich seafood soup full of shellfish, like lobster, shrimp, scallops, and clams. But real French bouillabaisse is first and foremost a fish soup that's also loaded with fennel, saffron, and other Mediterranean aromatics. Here's how to make it, no matter where you live. Read More

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2018-09-25 10:30:48



6 Money-Saving Grocery Myths (and How They Really Stack Up) — Shopping  

I come from a long line of people who are always right. It's true — just ask my parents. With 24 aunts and uncles and more cousins than I can count, I've heard lots of advice over the years, particularly about saving money. But I'll be the first to say that it's sometimes difficult to sort fact from fiction. Not because my loved ones lie, but because times change, store practices evolve, and honestly, your mileage may vary. So my aunt's must-try tip for buying yogurt may ha...

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2018-09-25 10:11:35



Lady Gaga Charmed Bradley Cooper With Leftover Pasta to Land Her Role in 'A Star Is Born'  

Plus, the plague of needles hidden in strawberries has spread from Australia to New Zealand, and more food news How did Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga come to work together on A Star Is Born? Cooper tells Conan O'Brien the two formed an instant bond when Gaga surprised him with homemade pasta the first time they met. The AV Club takes a nostalgic look back at the rise of Martha Stewart Living, the cooking and lifestyle television show that "helped kick off a domestic e...

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2018-09-25 09:44:44



Protesters Heckle Ted Cruz Until He Flees D.C. Restaurant  

Activists stormed the senator's table, asking if he planned to vote for Supreme Court Justice Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Protesters stormed chef Fabio Trabocchi's D.C. restaurant Fiola on Monday to heckle Senator Ted Cruz, a longtime friend of Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh. "We Believe Survivors!" they yelled as Cruz and his wife Heidi Cruz gathered their things and exited out of a side door. The incident started when a sexual assault survivor confronted ...

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2018-09-25 09:42:01



How Restaurants Get Away With Stealing Millions From Workers Every Year  

From failing to pay overtime to not giving meal breaks, there are numerous ways for employers to cheat workers out of money In 2016, McDonald's coughed up $3.75 million to settle a wage theft lawsuit filed by workers at several Bay Area locations. But while the phrase "wage theft" might conjure images of employers withholding checks or skimming hours from their workers' time sheets, the most-used methods are far less obvious — and often hard to detect. In the McDonald...

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2018-09-25 09:12:01



The 5 Budget-Friendly Items I Always Buy at Whole Foods — Shopping  

Whole Foods has long had a bad rap for its high prices (hence its nickname "Whole Paycheck"). But between the expansion of its house brand, 365 Everyday Value, and the sheer buying power of its new owner, Amazon, prices on many items across the store have come down, out of the stratosphere, a bit. That's not to say it's the cheapest place to shop — it's just that there are definitely a few things at Whole Foods that hit the sweet spot of really high quality and a really affordab...

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2018-09-25 08:17:40



The Best Canned Goods to Get at an Indian Supermarket — Shopping  

Chitra Agrawal, the cookbook author behind Vibrant India and the creator of a line of authentic Indian condiments called Brooklyn Delhi, also has a blog: It's called the ABCDs of Cooking (and it's not because the URL for the ABCs of Cooking was already taken). According to Chitra, ABCD stands for "American Born Confused Desi, a term sometimes used to describe a South Asian born and brought up in the U.S." As her blog name cleverly suggests, Chitra not only aims to coac

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2018-09-25 08:03:11



10 Dips That Will Encourage You to Eat Vegetables with Glee — Recipes from The Kitchn  

If your goal is to eat more veggies, I really think there's no easier (or delicious!) way than having a really good dip stashed in your fridge. When that dip is ready and waiting for you in the fridge, you'll be way more likely to also pull out the carrot and celery sticks, or cut up some radishes for dunking. Take a few minutes to whip up one of these 10 flavor-packed dips and you won't regret it. READ MORE »

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2018-09-25 07:25:37



Recipe: Butternut Squash Fettuccine Alfredo — Recipes from The Kitchn  

This time of year, it feels like it's our duty to squeeze winter squash into every corner of our diet, whether it's on pizza or salad, or even in dessert. Here's the best way to get your fill of squash with your pasta: Turn it into a decadent sauce, rich with cream and kissed with nutmeg. May I introduce you to butternut squash Alfredo? READ MORE »

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2018-09-25 06:18:11



The Best Dog Food (and Treats), According to a Certified Dog Trainer — Pets in the Kitchen  

Dog owners (or anyone who has cared for someone else's pup for any length of time) will be the first to tell you that daily life with a furry friend isn't exactly a walk in the park — although there are plenty of those! Being a conscientious animal owner takes a lot of time, work, energy, and research. (I know this because I dog-sat my cousin's puppies for a week with extremely detailed written instructions for all aspects of Beau and Ollie's daily life and decided, after one...

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2018-09-25 03:09:13



3 Smart Tips That'll Make Unloading the Dishwasher Way Easier — Dish Duty  

In my experience, there are two kinds of dishwasher users: people who have figured out the right way to load the dishwasher, and people who really don't care. Also in my experience, those two camps of people tend to marry each other and spend the rest of their lives complaining about the other's method of loading or critiquing the other's loading technique (sorry, husband of mine). And even among those who load the dishwasher the so-called right way, I've noticed we all have differen

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2018-09-25 03:07:56



The Most Ridiculously Fall-Themed Items in Trader Joe's October Fearless Flyer — Shopping  

Fall, more than any other season, seems to have the most iconic foods. The pumpkins! The apples! The caramel! You get the point. And if any grocer leans into this the most, it's Trader Joe's. Year after year, the chain brings back and adds new festive foods to get us all in the mood for sweaters and hay rides. Honestly, it's kind of working! We took a stroll through the store to find the most over-the-top fall-themed items and now all we want to do is cozy up with a mug of hot apple c

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2018-09-25 02:53:06



We Had No Idea This Everyday Kitchen Tool Was a Legit Design Icon — Food News  

If you've been to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in midtown Manhattan, you've probably marveled at its permanent collection, which includes some of the most iconic and immediately recognizable works, ever: there's the melting clocks of Salvador Dalí's The Persistence of Memory, the soft-focus pastels of Claude Monet's massive Water Lilies triptych, and everyone's go-to poster from their freshman year, Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night. READ MORE »

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2018-09-25 02:47:30



The Canned Vegetable That's Really More Like a Guilty Pleasure — Shopping  

We often tout the benefits and virtues of frozen vegetables, but totally side-eye the other wondrous prepared vegetables sitting, ready to go, in the canned goods aisle. Even worse, canned vegetables are usually looked down on for the very trait that makes them inherently good: They are often cooked in the can in a sodium-rich broth, which makes them incredibly tender but also satisfyingly briny. There's actually a lot to love about canned vegetables. For one, they are fully c

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2018-09-25 02:11:30



A Woman Accidentally Returned Her Life Savings with a Costco Freezer — Grocery News  

Costco has been the site of many terrible returns. The bulk warehouse's famously generous return policy has led many people to take things too far and return old mattresses, dirty kitty litter, and even empty bottles of alcohol. But one Colorado woman is extremely upset over what might be the most unfortunate Costco return ever, after she lost upwards of $35,000 in cash after she put her money in the freezer for safekeeping, and then accidentally returned the freezer to the store. READ MO

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2018-09-25 02:03:59



Slow Cooker Southwest Chicken and Rice Is a Must-Make Recipe — 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. Is there a more tried-and-true combination than chicken and rice? It's my default big-batch meal of choice that I can cook once and eat for a week. And as easy as cooking a big pot of rice and cooking chicken pretty much every which way can be, making it all together in the slow cooker is even easier. In Slow Cooker We Trust.

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2018-09-25 01:42:20



Ina Garten Will Return to TV with a New Season of 'Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro' — Food TV  

Everyone always dreams of having a fairy godmother in the kitchen: A gentle, smiling woman who shows you the perfect way to roast a turkey or decorate your dinner table for a party. Thankfully, we don't need to dream, because we have one, and her name is Ina Garten. Her show, Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro has delivered cooking tips for the past two seasons that could bail out even the most amateur home cook, and guess what? A third season of the show is in the works, because Ina woul

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2018-09-25 01:21:38



How 10 Home Cooks Started a Food Budget (and Stuck with It) — Smart Start  

Financial wizards will tell you that there's no time like the present to reign in your spending and get a grip on your budget — but it's their job to say that! Setting a food budget (that you can stick to) isn't exactly a cake walk. In fact, it's kinda the opposite. To help you get on the right track, we asked 10 (super-relatable) home cooks for their best realistic food budgeting advice that you can implement right now. READ MORE »

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2018-09-24 21:48:05



5 Surprising Ways a Hair Tie Can Help in the Kitchen — Tips from The Kitchen  

I've got tons of hair ties floating around — my go-tos are Goody Ouchless without the metal band. They come in packages of 37 and upwards, but they still seem to always disappear. If you have long hair, I know you hear me on this. So I'm constantly buying new packages and picking up plain single ties at the gym. I tend to keep one on my wrist at all times. One night, when I couldn't seem to find a proper chip clip for a bag of almonds, I used my spare. Not my finest moment of ...

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2018-09-24 19:54:57



A Chef's Quest to Bring North Korean Cold Noodles to America  

Pyongyang naengmyun made headlines after the first inter-Korean summit, and now chef Jungsik Yim wants to introduce it to diners in New York At the inter-Korean summit in April, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un sat down with South Korean president Moon Jae-in, the first time since the Korean War a North Korean leader had set foot inside South Korea. Because of the decades of instability between the two nations, there was little hope for a positive outcome in the lead-up to the h

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2018-09-24 17:22:58



Costco Spends $275 Million to Keep Their Rotisserie Chicken at $5 — Grocery News  

In this day and age, companies who seem like they really care about their customers are few and far between. Costco — with its fair pay and benefits, low prices, and giant plush teddy bears — really seems to be one of the good ones, and a new, very expensive move to keep down the price of one of their food staples just adds to the list of why we love the wholesale chain. READ MORE »

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2018-09-24 16:19:23



Chick-fil-A Gifts 100-Year-Old Man Free Food for the Rest of His Days  

"Instead of once a week, now I'm coming every day," said the delighted centenarian The latest philanthropic act from Chick-fil-A, home of delicious nuggets and archaic views on homosexuality, seems a bit... odd: The fast-food chain has gifted a devoted regular customer in Florida free food for life, WPVI reports. The catch: He's already 100 years old. The chain's Oldsmar, Florida, location threw a surprise birthday party for Stephen Bellissimo, presenting him with a ...

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2018-09-24 16:16:47



20 Mexican Recipes for Pozole, Chile Verde, Tacos, and More  

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2018-09-24 13:00:33



Instagram Star Christine McConnell's Macabre Baking Show Hits Netflix October 12  

The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell comes just in time to set the mood for Halloween Halloween heads, take note: The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell is scheduled to premiere on Netflix Friday, October 12. The streaming giant has released a few images from the series, and it looks to be a good bet for viewers hoping to set the mood in the weeks leading up to All Hallow's Eve. Instagram star Christine McConnell stars, obviously. Netflix says the "wickedly t...

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2018-09-24 12:30:31



Recipe: Takeout-Style Chicken Lo Mein — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Lo mein is a popular Chinese-American dish for good reason — it's got savory noodles, crisp veggies, and your choice of protein all packed into one takeout-friendly dish. But with the help of a sauce that also doubles as a marinade for chicken, you can make and dig into a big pile of noodle stir-fry in less than 30 minutes. That's quicker than it takes for delivery to arrive! READ MORE »

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2018-09-24 11:58:29



The Only Way I Was Able to Clean My Stained Porcelain Sink — Dish Duty  

My house is more than 250 years old. My sink is definitely not as old, but it almost looked like it. When my husband and I bought the place, it came with a white kitchen sink. At least it was supposed to be white, but it was mostly yellow — all around the bottom of the sink. READ MORE »

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2018-09-24 11:57:20



How Grape-Nuts Became a Cult-Favorite Ice Cream Flavor  

From Maine to Jamaica, the dense, malty cereal is beloved as a frozen dessert Considering cereal and milk's longstanding love affair, it's no surprise that ice cream and cereal have long been a winning combination. Fruity Pebbles and Cap'n Crunch routinely appear among topping options at ice cream and frozen yogurt shops around the country. Christina Tosi and Milk Bar made cereal milk-flavored ice cream famous, often topping the breakfast-turned-dessert with Corn Flakes f...

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2018-09-24 11:02:04



Young-Radish Kimchi: Spicy, Versatile, Ready in Just a Day  

With the help of a potato porridge to speed up fermentation, this peppery young-radish kimchi (yeolmu kimchi) is ready to eat before you know it. Read More

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2018-09-24 10:30:10



Ina Garten Is Blessing TV Screens With a New Season of 'Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro'  

Plus, Wu-Tang Clan endorses White Castle's Impossible Burger sliders, and more food news to kick off the week Praise be to Food Network, which is lining up new episodes of Barefoot Contessa, according to Broadway World. The third season of Ina Garten's Cook Like a Pro series is set to premiere Sunday, October 21, at 12:30 p.m. ET/PT. That's not all: Garten will host a celebrity-packed Thanksgiving special — featuring fellow domestic goddesses Jennifer Garner and Nigel...

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2018-09-24 09:12:02



The Two Things You Should Definitely Check Out from Sur La Table's Anniversary Sale — Shopping  

Whenever websites have anniversary sales with deep discounts, I often get sensory overload and add a variety of colorful things I don't need (e.g., blush-colored high balls, holiday-themed potholders) to my cart. As fun as those can be, however, at the end of the day the best investment is function and simplicity. So I was excited to see that Sur La Table has included many items from Duralex in their anniversary sale (check it out — some items are up to 70 percent off). Durale...

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2018-09-24 07:59:29



You're Handling Your Aluminum Can Lids All Wrong — Recycling  

If you're conscientious about recycling, the instinct is to try to put every component of every recylable object into the recycling bin. But in researching the subject over the years, I've learned something surprising: Some items, even though they're recyclable, can actually become a hazard in recycling centers. So it goes for items like tiny balls of aluminum foil and plastic bottle caps, which are small enough that they can jam up the works or fall off the conveyors and end up in

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2018-09-24 07:16:43



This Is the Best Chicken Soup You Will Ever Eat — 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. Whenever I feel even the slightest of cold symptoms coming on, my body enters autopilot and my subconscious proceeds to make a vat of chicken soup — enough to consume for three meals a day, seven days a week, until that little sucker is GONE. READ MORE »

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2018-09-24 06:50:47



How To Make Applesauce in the Slow Cooker — Quick and Easy Breakfast Recipes  

Truthfully, it's hard to be sad about the end of summer right now. I mean, when there are things like apple picking just ahead of us — and along with it, homemade applesauce (a fall essential) — I can't be anything but thrilled. If you're new to making homemade applesauce, know that you only need a few ingredients, and turning them into a sauce is much easier than you might think — especially when you bring in the slow cooker to do most of the work for y...

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2018-09-24 06:49:46



Twitter User Demands Answers to Definition of a Casserole — Important Questions  

What constitutes a casserole? Is it the dish itself, or what it contains? Is it both? Dictionary.com defines a casserole as two things: a baking dish of glass or pottery, usually with a cover, and also any food (usually a mixture) cooked in such a dish. For all intents and purposes, defining this around-the-world staple is a bit like asking Which came first: the chicken or the egg? READ MORE »

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2018-09-24 04:55:43



9 Little Ways to Upgrade Your Kitchen Without Renovating — Budget Kitchen Renovations  

Because you're on this website, you likely spend a lot of time in the kitchen — enough time to notice the signs of wear, to get annoyed by uninspired builder-grade details, and to just look around a lot and think, "I need a change." I get that: I haven't lived in my home for even a year and I've already rearranged my glass-front cabinets twice. But whether you're a renter who can't make changes or you're short on money or time, doing a full kitchen renovation (even a small on...

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2018-09-24 04:44:52



10 Smart Chicken Dinners for Lazy Cooks — Recipes from the Kitchn  

After a long day, we all have the total right to be lazy. But instead of calling for takeout, consider these 10 super-easy chicken dinners. They involve cooking, yes, but the effort is so minimal that you'll hardly make a fuss. Instead, you'll be rewarded with a wholesome meal that feels a bit like a miracle. READ MORE »

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2018-09-24 03:53:51



5 Reasons I'm Actually Excited About Amazon's New Alexa-Enabled Microwave — Shopping  

A few days ago Amazon announced 14 new devices, including the next-generation Echo Dot, a smart plug (which can turn any appliance, like a coffee maker, into a smart device), and even an Alexa-enabled microwave. The $60 microwave — a product from the site's private-label brand, AmazonBasics — elicited some interesting responses. The New York Times asked, "Hey, Alexa, Why Is Amazon Making a Microwave?" and Techcrunch called it outlandish. But as someone who happens to be in the ...

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2018-09-24 02:59:37



12 Things You Need from Minted (Beyond Invitations and Cards) — Shopping  

You can spend hours and hours just looking at the cards and invitations on Minted. In fact, I'm willing to bet you have. Many times. (I know it was my go-to for my wedding and has never let me down for any stationery need since then.) The site has hundreds of options from independent artists, and a quality and aesthetic that seems unrivaled by its competitors. In case you needed a reason to spend even more time on the site, though, I decided to round up some surprising, non-pape

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2018-09-24 02:47:32



Weight Watchers Has a New Name, Will Focus on "Wellness" — Wellness News  

When Dunkin' Donuts decided to shorten its name to simply DD, people rolled their eyes and dismissed the rebranding move as a publicity stunt. But it now seems like the coffee company might have started a trend: Today, Weight Watchers announced that the company will soon be known only by the initials WW (which is still a bit of a mouthful, if you say it out loud). READ MORE »

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2018-09-24 02:40:03



The Quest to Topple OpenTable  

Danny Meyer just switched his restaurants to Resy, but the original reservation service still dominates Earlier this month, superstar restaurateur Danny Meyer's New York City-based Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG) announced it would move all of its restaurants over to online reservations platform Resy by early 2019. The move wasn't completely unforeseen: USHG partnered with Resy back in 2016 when it began outfitting staffers at iconic NYC restaurant Union Square Cafe w...

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2018-09-23 22:31:02



How I Prep a Week of Breakfast & Lunch for a Family of Four — Power Hour Meal Prep  

Meal planning is my mom superpower, but meal prep has never been my thing. As a mom of two, I find most of my weekend time gets gobbled up by soccer games, laundry, and epic LEGO tower building. But having a fridge stocked with at least a few prepped meals makes me a more peaceful, kinder mom come Monday morning. In an effort to make the most of any free weekend time I do have, I focus on breakfast and lunch, which tend to muck up my mornings most. This Power Hour will giv

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2018-09-23 22:03:19



The Best Moments of Anthony Bourdain and W. Kamau Bell's Trip to Kenya on 'Parts Unknown'  

The show's season premiere of is a touching, hilarious hour of TV In the first episode of Parts Unknown's final season, Anthony Bourdain takes his CNN colleague W. Kamau Bell (star of United Shades of America) to Kenya, where the hosts meet with many people who embody the modern-day spirit of the country. It's clear that Bell was not only excited to be visiting Africa for the first time, but also thrilled to be going on a bona fide Anthony Bourdain adventure like he'd s...

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2018-09-23 12:24:15



Think You Hate Sardines? It's Because You Haven't Had These. — Shopping  

Up until a year ago, I avoided sardines at all costs. They seemed antiquated and a bit weird — the bones, the skin, all packed in a tiny can— and my life was perfectly fine without them. Then I went to Portugal for my honeymoon, where tinned fish is king, and my newly wedded bliss gave me the courage to give them a go. Sure enough, I became an instant fan. I loved their rich flavor and meaty texture and, as soon as I came home, I cleared room in the pantry for a few tins. The...

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2018-09-23 11:50:03



10 Basic Budget Dinners Every Cook Should Know — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Basic and budget recipes don't have to mean boring — especially when it comes to dinner. I've been working on my own grocery budget as much to add cash to my vacation savings account as to reduce waste and keep a cleaner pantry — both pleasant side effects of buying only what you need! Relying on staples that stock our pantry and freezer, we can save our budgets with those basics for delicious and filling dinners every cook should know. READ MORE »

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2018-09-23 11:36:40



Our 10 Most Popular Easy Weeknight Meals — Recipes from the Kitchn  

With weeknights being as busy as they are, dinner with an emphasis on "easy" is crucial. We have a slew of satisfying recipes that fit the bill, but these are the ones you love the most. (And we can't blame you for it, because they're some of our favorites too!) Keep these 10 recipes on hand and suddenly cooking dinner after a long day won't seem so daunting after all. READ MORE »

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2018-09-23 10:48:53



The 10 Best Things You Can Do When Loading the Dishwasher — Cleaning Tips from The Kitchn  

It may be a cliche, but I'll admit that my husband and I have had actual arguments over how to load the dishwasher. Turns out, we've both been wrong a few times, according to the dishwasher pros I've interviewed. Here are the 10 best things you can do when loading the dishwasher. A bonus thing: Don't fight with your significant other. After all, it's just one load of dishes. READ MORE »

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2018-09-23 10:13:05



Pickling Spice  



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2018-09-23 07:07:04



Italian Shredded Beef Sandwiches  



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2018-09-23 04:26:56



This Is the Most Popular Pumpkin Spice Recipe on Pinterest — Popular on Pinterest  

Pumpkin spice is the unofficial fragrance of fall. As soon as I opened my computer on September 1, I expected to see visible waves of sparkly orange pumpkin spice aroma pouring out of Pinterest, lifting people up by their noses and carrying them through the air like in the old Bugs Bunny cartoons. When Starbucks first came out with its Pumpkin Spice Latte, everyone thought it was just one of many seasonal flavors that seemed like a good idea at the time. But pumpkin spice has beco

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2018-09-23 01:37:54



4 Ingenious Ways You Should Be Using Instant Potato Flakes — Tips from The Kitchn  

Instant potato flakes aren't exactly high on most lists of pantry essentials. You may keep them around in chilly months as a quick and easy shortcut to creamy mashed potatoes, but they're probably more likely collecting dust on supermarket shelves. What you might not know, though, is that these little flakes — made most often from either russet potatoes or Yukon Golds that have been cooked, mashed, and dehydrated — can work their magic in a surprising amount of dishes. S...

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2018-09-23 01:36:54



10 Potato Sides That Every Home Cook Should Know — Recipes from The Kitchn  

If you're feeling like your dinner plate is missing something, it's probably missing potatoes. The crowd-pleaser rounds out just about any meal and can be cooked countless ways. These 10 recipes are tried-and-true, and feature both standard spuds and sweet potatoes. Keep them in your back pocket and you'll always have a side dish to lean on. READ MORE »

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2018-09-22 19:30:50



The Best Money-Saving Grocery Shopping Tips, According to My Mom — Shopping  

I grew up in a household that normalized semi-extreme coupon clipping. The level of bargain hunting that I was taught was not extreme enough to deserve a TLC special, but sustainable enough to form life-long habits. Over the years, my mom has expertly honed her ritual of scanning the inserts in the Sunday paper and gingerly snipping (only relevant!) coupons for any upcoming grocery hauls. To this day, my mother does not leave the house without her handy accordion binde

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2018-09-22 14:58:01



Next Week's Meal Plan: 5 Easy Slow Cooker Dinners — Next Week's Meal Plan  

My new mantra is "just get me to October!" September has been busy with back-to-school events (Parents' Night, Harvest Fest) and lots of solo parenting. Here's the magic of meal plans, though — when a calendar week is hectic I can use meal planning to make one part of each day easier. (In this case dinner.) This week's meal plan includes one slow cooker recipe we stashed in the freezer a few weeks back, plus three new but ultra-easy recipes that everyone will love. There's s...

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2018-09-22 11:33:18



Watch: Roti, Doubles, and Curry at a Montreal Caribbean Favorite  

Dining on a Dime checks out a local favorite for island fare that commands long lunch lines Now Caribbean food and spice is perhaps not the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Montreal. But Caribbean Curry House in the Côte-des-Neiges neighborhood has got some of the best goat and chicken roti, oxtail, and other local specialties you'll find without even going to the Caribbean. This is truly a local place, evidenced by when I told my taxi driver I was heading t...

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2018-09-22 09:12:02



Blood Orange Mimosas  



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2018-09-22 05:54:52



3 Designers on the Best $500 Splurges You Can Spend on Your Kitchen — Shopping  

Five hundred bucks is nothing to sneeze at. You can get a lot of groceries for $500, book a weekend away, or have a few nice meals out on the town. You can't, however, usually renovate a kitchen for $500, but you can buy at least one thing that'll make a huge difference in how you use or feel about your kitchen. We asked three of our favorite designers to tell us the best way to spend $500 on a kitchen. Here's what they had to suggest. READ MORE »

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2018-09-22 05:25:28



One of Our Favorite Healthy Costco Snacks Is Now on Sale — Shopping  

If there's one Costco fact we've been trying to prove to you lately, it's that the warehouse store carries plenty of healthy foods. For starters, there's the top-quality produce. There's all sorts of healthy snacks for a lunch box, good-for-you frozen items, and there's even a pretty healthy food court option. We actually have a favorite among the many healthy options — and it happens to currently be on sale. READ MORE »

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2018-09-22 03:12:37



The Storage Bag Trick for Organizing Your Fridge Better — Storage Smarts  

I run a tight ship when it comes to my refrigerator. I can't stand a messy fridge, so I spend a lot of time trying to prevent that. I find myself frequently pulling leftovers that have gotten pushed to the back of the fridge to the front so they won't get forgotten about, and lining up various condiments. Beyond these steps, there is one tool I lean on daily to keep my fridge in the shape I like it: zip-top bags. READ MORE »

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2018-09-22 02:26:51



There's No Way This Slow Cooker Full English Breakfast Is an Improvement — Food News  

During everyone's most-and-least favorite holiday movie, Love, Actually, Prime Minister Hugh Grant lists all of the reasons why he thinks Great Britain deserves that first part of its name: "We may be a small country, but we're a great one, too," he said. "The country of Shakespeare, Churchill, the Beatles, Sean Connery, Harry Potter. David Beckham's right foot. David Beckham's left foot, come to that." That's a good start, but he somehow failed to mention Britain's most

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2018-09-21 21:33:49



It Takes Longer to Audition for The Great British Bake Off than It Does to Film the Season — Food TV  

If you watch U.K. mainstay The Great British Bake Off, the reality competition where 10 amateur bakers duke it out to be crowned best baker in the land, there comes a moment where a tiny part of your brain tells you "maybe I could do this." This usually happens when one of the 10 contestants makes a rookie mistake and confuses a stroopwafel for a caramel cookie during a technical challenge. But then, when you see the remaining bakers all creating a perfect complex dessert like an entrem

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2018-09-21 20:10:59



Amazon's 'Forever' Is an Eight-Course Feast of Inspired TV Weirdness   

Streaming recommendations for the weekend, plus a roundup of the week's food-entertainment news This post originally appeared on September 21, 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 back to Friday afternoon, a time to give (and receive) high fives with abandon. I've got three recommendations for TV shows to watch this weekend, including a buzzy new Amazon...

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2018-09-21 18:29:16



Did an Anti-Trump Boycott Help Shutter This D.C. Sandwich Chain?  

A 2017 meeting with Donald Trump "contributed" to an undisclosed dip in sales a the soon-to-close Taylor Gourmet sandwich shop Taylor Gourmet, a sandwich chain based in Washington, D.C., is closing dozens of locations across two cities — and a meeting with Donald Trump is partially to blame, according to the Washingtonian. The chain is rumored to be preparing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy just a year after the chain's founder held a controversial meeting with Trump. Taylo...

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2018-09-21 17:48:48



Feast Your Eyes on Angler, the Saison Spinoff Set to Take Over San Francisco  



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2018-09-21 16:38:35



When Two Comedians Go to Frenchette  

On the Upsell this week: Comedians Sydnee Washington and Marie Faustin visit one of New York's hottest restaurants This week on the podcast, Daniel took comedians and podcast hosts Sydnee Washington and Marie Faustin out to dinner at Frenchette, one of New York's hottest restaurants. Then they headed back to the studio to discuss. It's like Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee except a podcast and with no cars or it's Dan and not Jerry. Subscribe to the Unofficial Expert p...

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2018-09-21 15:51:27



Alton Brown's Secret Ingredient for Cooking Steak Is Just Weird Enough to Work — Pop Culture  

Don't you just hate it when you're trying to make a recipe, but halfway through you realize you're missing a key ingredient? It's so frustrating. It happens to the best of us, though. Just this week, Alton Brown found himself with a raw steak, but no oil or butter to cook it in. Rather than give up, or drive to the store to get some more, the Good Eats host decided to improvise, and he cooked his steak in mayonnaise instead. Even he seemed surprised. "I didn't have any oil or b

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2018-09-21 13:55:52



How I Meal Prep for a Week of 1500-Calorie Days — Power Hour Meal Prep  

If you're sticking to a calorie budget, you likely understand the importance of planning and prepping your meals. Starting the week with a fridge full of packed Tupperware can help you stick within your calorie range and prevent mealtimes from being stressful. But picking and choosing the best recipes to prep? Now that's where things get tricky. It's also where we come in. This Power Hour plan is packed with lean proteins, fresh vegetables, and whole grains to create an entir

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2018-09-21 13:19:47



A Guide to Buying the Best Potatoes & Store Them Well — Tips from The Kitchn  

Potatoes, in all their many colors, shapes, and textures, are one of the most grabbed-for ingredients in our kitchens. From pancakes and casseroles to soups and side dishes, there are few things these tubers can't do. But before you get scrubbing, peeling, and chopping, you've got to sort through the bin at the store to find the best ones. No matter what kind of potatoes you plan to pick up, there are some universal tips that will help you always pick the best potatoes and sto

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2018-09-21 12:31:58



An Easy Way to Add Natural Fragrance to Your Home — Tips from The Kitchn  

I really dislike artificial fragrances, especially those plug-in types of air fresheners that are full of chemicals. Give me essential oils any day. However, many of the nicer reed diffusers are also pretty pricey. Paying $20 or $30 for a store-bought one seems rather silly when many of us have the raw materials to make our own lying around the house. Here's how to DIY a reed diffuser for a hit of natural aromatherapy at home. READ MORE »

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2018-09-21 11:27:46



Easy One-Pot Ratatouille Spaghetti Is Veggie Heaven — 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. We are here to help you stage a mini rebellion against the fact that tomorrow is officially the very last day of summer. Here's what we're gonna do: Make this dreamy one-pot pasta filled with summery farmers market produce, pair it with a glass of wine, and eat dinner outside. It's the perfect way to bid adieu to summer. READ

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2018-09-21 11:20:18



How To Make Easy Shepherd's Pie — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

You likely know Shepherd's pie as a homey, comforting casserole — one that combines a flavorful stew of ground beef, peas, carrots (and sometimes corn) with mountains of creamy mashed potatoes. This skillet version has all those classic components, but takes less than an hour to make and skips the fresh vegetables (and the prep that comes with them) in favor of the frozen kind — letting you focus your efforts on the creamy potatoes. This Shepherd's pie is a complete meal ...

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2018-09-21 10:53:03



The $10 Kitchen Tool I Use Every Time I Cook — Shopping  

If I'm making dinner, you know I'm pulling out my Microplane. I know you clicked on this story expecting to see some sort of pan or chef's knife. (I usually do use those things, but they're not $10!) It's my Microplane that I seriously couldn't cook without. The version I swear by is the original Classic Series Grater. (The one that started out as a woodworking tool and wound up as an indispensable kitchen gadget.) While the company now offers similar graters with all kinds of hand

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2018-09-21 10:44:28



Saganaki: Set Fire to the Cheese, Watch It Burn  

Saganaki is a Greek dish of fried cheese, usually halloumi, kasseri or even flour-dusted feta, served alongside bread as a starter. Read More

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2018-09-21 10:30:00



Watch: Why This Chef Left a Career in Neuroscience to Serve Filipino Food  

Ellie Tiglao uses Tanam, her series of pop-up dinners to reframe how Boston understands Filipino food Since 2014, chef Ellie Tiglao has hosted over 100 pop-up dinners around the greater Boston area. Tiglao landed in Boston to pursue a career in neuroscience, but quickly realized that unlike her hometown in northern California — the Filipino community in her adopted area was nearly nonexistent. The pop-up events gave Tiglao a chance to reconnect with her roots and educate the ...

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2018-09-21 10:20:09



The 5 Best Canned Goods to Stock Up on at Costco — Shopping  

The whole point of Costco is that you're buying in bulk to get the deals, and one of my biggest questions with these big quantities is usually Is this going to keep long enough for me to eat it all? That's why I tend to focus on pantry items at Costco, whether it's dry goods or canned items that will last long enough for me to use them up. And ideally, I want good pantry items. So, in honor of our canned goods focus this month, I rounded up the best canned groceries at Costco. Th

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2018-09-21 09:53:37



Maine Health Department Proves to Be Total Buzzkill for Stoned Lobsters  

Plus, Starbucks is topping new beverages with cold foam, and more food news to end the week An unsurprising followup to the story of a Maine restaurant that is getting its lobsters stoned before killing them: Government officials in the state are not cool with this idea. Maine health inspectors "would treat food served to consumers at licensed eating places and affected by marijuana, as has been described with this establishment, as adulterated and therefore illegal," re...

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2018-09-21 09:33:02



California Bans Restaurants From Automatically Giving Out Plastic Straws  

The new statewide law goes into effect January 1, 2019 Come 2019, California diners who want a plastic straw for their beverage will have to specifically ask for one. On Thursday, a bill banning full-service restaurants from automatically giving customers plastic straws was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown. "Plastic has helped advance innovation in our society, but our infatuation with single-use convenience has led to disastrous consequences," Brown wrote in a sign...

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2018-09-21 09:12:02



10 Chefs on the Best $10 They've Ever Spent on Their Kitchens — Shopping  

As you might imagine, professional chefs rely on a lot of fancy-schmancy tools to do their jobs day in and day out. We're talking immersion circulators, high-performance blenders, flash chillers, vacuum sealers, blow torches, and beyond. But not every gadget that professional chefs swear by has to cost you an arm and a leg (or look like it belongs in a laboratory). We reached out to 10 chefs to talk about their favorite cheap kitchen tools that they couldn't live without. Here are

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2018-09-21 08:46:51



Over 100,000 Pounds of Ground Beef May Be Contaminated by E.coli — Recall Notice  

Carnivores should be on high alert: A meat supplier for many grocery stores including Publix has decided to recall over 132,000 pounds of ground beef due to E. coli concerns. The trouble began last month, when Publix stores in Florida announced that it would be pulling beef products made from ground chuck from shelves after 18 people became ill. Cargill Meat Solutions, the supplier in question, is now taking extra precautions to make sure that no one else gets sick. The company

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2018-09-21 08:18:47



Special Sauce: Where's Kenji?!? (Here. He's Here.)  

Ed Levine talks to Kenji López-Alt about fatherhood, opening a restaurant, and writing books. Read More

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2018-09-21 07:45:49



10 Fresh & Healthy Budget Pasta Recipes — Recipes from The Kitchn  

We all know pasta is a great choice if you're trying to stick to a food budget, since boxes of the dried stuff run cheap, but we don't always think of it as being healthy. However, it's totally possible to make it that way. The key is to load it with colorful vegetables, skip heavy and creamy sauces, and eat the portion size that's laid out in the recipe. Here are 10 recipes that follow these guidelines and are easy on your wallet. READ MORE »

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2018-09-21 06:11:39



The Smartest Dishwasher Tips We Learned from Apartment Therapy Readers — Dish Duty  

Earlier this year our sister site, Apartment Therapy, ran a post about common dishwasher mistakes that people make. The post generated a surprisingly lively flurry of chatter in the comments. And while the great debate of whether you should pre-sort your utensils or not may never be resolved, we picked up some more dishwasher tips from those savvy commenters. Here are the smartest dishwasher tips we gathered from Apartment Therapy readers. READ MORE »

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2018-09-21 04:26:29



10 Essential Sauces You'll Want to Double for Meal Prep — Recipes from The Kitchn  

When you're meal prepping this weekend, squeeze a little time in between roasting vegetables and shredding chicken to make a sauce. I only recently discovered the power of homemade sauces, but quickly learned herby concoctions or creamy condiments can totally transform your meals. They jazz up grain bowls, make every single vegetable more exciting to eat, and instantly turn proteins like meat and fish into a dinner you'd probably pay a lot for at a restaurant. Most require nothing

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2018-09-21 02:57:32



The Best Dish-Drying Racks and Mats, According to Kitchn Editors — Shopping  

Even if you're lucky enough to have a dishwasher, you still have to wash the occasional item by hand (at least, you do if you value your knives or cookware in the slightest!). What you do with that item once it's washed is its own issue. Some people prefer to stack stuff up on a standard-issue tea towel. Some people prefer an extra-absorbent mat. And some people want a full setup with compartments for flatware and spokes for cups. Not surprisingly, the preferences span the gamut jus

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2018-09-21 01:46:45



Cheese Tea Could Be the New Bubble Tea — If Americans Get Over the Name  

Tea topped with cheese foam has been stuck on the cusp of trending stateside "Cheese tea? What's that?" Mention it to anyone who's hearing about it for the first time and you'll likely get a scrunched-up nose and a look of confusion. Perhaps even a shake of the head. To many Americans, the combination of tea and cheese sounds downright unappetizing. But, as any cheese tea purveyor will tell you, cheese tea tastes better than it sounds. In fact, the drink isn't that...

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2018-09-20 17:19:04



Costco Is Launching the Most Incredible Meal Kit in Los Angeles — Grocery News  

Meal kits were once the realm of the online shopping market. Don't have time to grab ingredients for a complete meal from the grocery store? Teaching yourself how to cook for the first time? Order from a company liked Plated or Blue Apron, and you'd get everything you need for dinner dropped on your doorstep. Over the summer though, many meal kit services shifted that business model and began appearing in grocery stores. HelloFresh launched a meal-kit service available in Stop

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2018-09-20 17:01:41



Instant Pot's New Blender Can Also Heat Your Food  

But will it actually save you time? Instant Pot, the internet's favorite multi-functional kitchen appliance for preparing soups, meats and rice, is branching out into smoothies, almond milk, and ice cream. That's right, Instant Pot is making a blender — and it can cook your food. True to Instant Pot's multi-purpose gimmick, the Instant Pot Ace Blender will not be limited to traditional blender settings. In addition to standard buttons like "puree" and "pulse,"...

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2018-09-20 13:56:16



How To Make Easy Slow Cooker Potato Soup — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Potato soup is such a fall classic. Tender pieces of creamy russet potatoes mingle with onions, garlic, and salty pancetta for a bowl of soul-soothing solace. The only possible upgrade to this classic is to make it easier with the help from the slow cooker. And let's be real — this soup is one hundred times better when it's made in the slow cooker. To make the absolute easiest potato soup, this recipe relies on pantry staples to create a bowl of creamy, comforting soup that's ...

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2018-09-20 13:44:54



16 Essential Pie-Making Tools  

From mixers to whip the meringue to a zester for citrus and the perfect rolling pin, pie-making definitely involves a few special tools of the trade. Here are our recommendations for all the equipment you need to master every kind of pie. Read More

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2018-09-20 13:00:27



10 Surprising Things to Do with a Can of Ro-tel — Tips from The Kitchn  

Next time you're in the canned tomato aisle at the grocery store, forgo you're usual plain diced tomatoes and opt for a can of Ro-tel. The Southern favorite is a blend of diced tomatoes and fire-roasted green chilies, so it has all the juicy sweetness you'll find in regular canned tomatoes but with the bonus of bold, smoky spice. Basically, it has the potential to jazz up a whole lot of meals. Here are our 10 favorite ways to use a can. READ MORE »

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2018-09-20 12:56:06






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