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Are Runny Egg Yolks Safe for Kids to Eat? — Kids at the Table  

I believe a soft-cooked, runny egg — and all that rich, saucy goodness you get from breaking the yolk — is truly one of breakfast's (and sometimes dinner's) greatest pleasures. Eggs do run the risk of carrying food-borne illnesses like Salmonella, though, and the only way to completely kill any dangerous bacteria that could be in eggs is to cook them all the way through. This is a risk that I've always felt is one I am personally willing to take, since I have a generally healt...

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2018-03-18 13:16:30

30 Make-Ahead Lunches You Can Pack Tonight — Recipes from The Kitchn  

What's one of the easiest ways to feel like you have your life together? If you ask us, it's prepping lunch the night before. In the grand scheme of things it's a small accomplishment, but when all you want to do after dinner is settle in for a marathon TV session, taking the extra time to make lunch feels like a Herculean effort. READ MORE »

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2018-03-18 10:24:49

How To Make Crispy, Juicy Fried Chicken — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Let me walk you through the pleasure of eating this crispy, juicy fried chicken: You've got this glistening drumstick with a coating so full of crunchy ripples that it is hard to determine where to hold on. You decide fingertips are best for maneuvering this chicken from the plate to your mouth. As you bring it closer you can smell the spices — garlic, onion, pepper, and even the smoky paprika. That first bite is a real stunner. As you dig in, the crust cracks audibly and reveals...

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2018-03-18 08:27:31

Lavender Spray To Help You Relax  

Dive into the world of essential oils. Lavender oil is a great one, just mix it with water in a spray bottle and voila! You have a wonderfully fragrant, relaxing spritzer on hand.

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2018-03-18 05:36:06

20 Easy and Satisfying Weeknight Dinners — Recipes from The Kitchn  

For weeknight dinners I lean on meals with a short, simple list of ingredients. Bonus points when I can skip the store and pull everything from the pantry or fridge. After spending a long day at work, I just don't have it in me to make a dinner that requires too much attention. Instead, I rely on recipes that are easy and come together fast. Whether you're in the mood for chicken or pork, or prefer to keep things meat-free, these 20 recipes will help you get an easy and sati

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2018-03-18 05:05:18

We Compared Flower Prices at Trader Joe's, Costco, Kroger, and Whole Foods. See What We Learned. — Shopping  

Even when the budget's tight, I try to keep fresh blooms around whenever possible. Of course, it's a cost that can really add up, so I can't always swing it. While I'm constantly keeping my eye out for inexpensive bouquets at the grocery store, I had never actually done an official price comparison — until now. I recently scoped out prices at Trader Joe's, Costco, Kroger, and Whole foods in my home town of Louisville, Kentucky, getting a cross section of bouquets raging from t...

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2018-03-18 04:40:38

5 Reasons I Don't Keep My Trash Can in a Cabinet — Trash Talk  

I firmly believe that some things are best left out of sight. When someone walks into my kitchen, I definitely don't want the first thing they see to be a trash can. So stashing that trash bin in a cabinet seemed like a logical, aesthetically pleasing solution. Bonus: Keeping it behind closed doors meant I wouldn't have to waste (get it?) precious square footage. I'm sad to report, however, that keeping garbage in the cabinet below my kitchen sink has proven to be a bad idea

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2018-03-18 04:23:09

A Basic Template for Making Chili on the Fly — Tips from The Kitchn  

The thing I love most about chili (aside from each bite!) is how versatile it is to make. Anything goes with chili, and the best version doesn't come from one prized recipe, but from building it just the way you like it. In fact, I don't think you always need a recipe — just a basic template that guides you along to make a pot of chili just the way you like it. Here's how to make any kind of chili without a recipe. READ MORE »

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2018-03-18 02:45:24

The 10 Things I Always Buy from Trader Joe's for Breakfast — Shopping  

I'll be the first to admit that the Trader Joe's cereal aisle is top-notch, but it only scratches the surface of what my favorite grocer delivers in the breakfast department. Whether you like to start the day with a meal that's sweet or savory, hot or cold, or you have the time to cook in the morning or your routine requires an on-the-go solution, you'll find something in the aisles that's just right for you. To help you find breakfast inspiration, here are the 10 breakfast food

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2018-03-17 10:21:30

15 Breakfast Potato Recipes to Start Your Morning Right — Recipes from The Kitchn  

I've always seen breakfast as just an excuse to eat potatoes. I'll skip sweet offerings, like pancakes and waffles, and dive straight into the savory section of a restaurant menu, usually ordering a dish because it's served with potatoes. If you're a breakfast potato fiend like me, these 15 dishes are sure to help start your morning right. READ MORE »

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2018-03-17 09:22:52

Watch: Master Sushi Chef Shiro Kashiba Celebrates Local Seattle Seafood  

Kashiba was one of the city's first chefs to focus on the traditional Edomae style "When I first came here, the local fish weren't ready to be used for sushi," remembers chef Shiro Kashiba — the chef and owner of Seattle's Sushi Kashiba. "So I started looking for local seafood that I could use." This lead Kashiba to squid, smelt, and geoduck — a clam local to the Puget Sound that's highly sought after by sushi chefs. Amazed by these newly discovered ingred...

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2018-03-17 09:15:01

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Making Corned Beef — St. Patrick's Day  

Come mid-March, mentions of the iconic Irish-American classic of corned beef and cabbage begin to show up everywhere. Menus feature it for dinner and recipes for how to make it from scratch pop up on just about every cooking site — including our own. That's because this meal has become a delicious way to celebrate elements of the Irish-American experience. And for the intrepid cook, making corned beef at home is a satisfying cooking project. So whether you're making corned...

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2018-03-17 08:37:19

7 Ways to Make Really Good Chili Any Way You Like It — Tips from The Kitchn  

There is no such thing as the best chili. It is a myth. Chili is such a deeply personal food, swimming with versatility and made for customization. Instead of searching for the one best chili, you're better off learning how to make a pot the way you like it. From the flavors and ingredients you favor to the diet you follow, you get to decide what your best chili looks like, and we'll help you get there with these tips and recipes. READ MORE »

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2018-03-17 06:41:08

20 Things to Eat for St. Patrick's Day (Besides Corned Beef) — Recipes from The Kitchn  

While corned beef has become something of an iconic St. Patrick's Day meal, it's never the one I turn to on this festive holiday. Instead, you'll find me donning something green and sprinkling my day with Irish-inspired fare, including a thick slab of soda bread at breakfast, a helping of colcannon with dinner, and a delicious dessert spiked with Guinness. Here are 20 recipes to inspire your St. Paddy's Day festivities if you want to celebrate without the corned beef and cabbage. READ MORE

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2018-03-17 06:39:04

5 Playful, Last-Minute St. Patrick's Day Treats — Tiny Recipes  

St. Patrick's Day is often associated with eating corned beef and colcannon, and drinking dark beer, but if you're looking for a light-hearted way to celebrate the day that doesn't require much preparation, we've got a series of treats for you. The goal behind this series was to create fun, easy-to-make treats that would help parents (or really anyone) do something festive on St. Patrick's Day. From a bright-green lemonade to mint chocolate puppy chow, here are a few ideas. READ MORE

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2018-03-17 05:26:29

How To Clean Enameled Cast Iron Stove Grates — Cleaning Lessons from Kitchn  

When was the last time you cleaned the grates on your gas stove? Like, really cleaned them? Hey, we get it. Due to their curves and crannies, anything more than a quick daily wipe-down can feel like a real chore. But grates get greasy, and when they've developed a sticky, spotty film that's no match for your dish cloth, it's time for a deeper clean. Thankfully, it's not that hard to get those grates looking clean and shiny again! Here's how to do it. READ MORE »

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2018-03-17 05:26:13

Next Week's Meal Plan: 5 Strategic Sheet Pan Dinners — Next Week's Meal Plan  

A friend, fellow mom, and meal planner confessed to me recently how much she loathes cooking dinner since going back to work full-time. "I never loved cooking or meal planning before, but now I really can't stand it. I see cooking as time taken away from my now-limited time with my kids," she lamented. We talked a bit about what her family does (and doesn't) like to eat and decided on a strategy. If you need a dinner strategy that gives you some extra time to help with homewo

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2018-03-17 04:39:28

The Secrets of the Best Irish Coffee, According to My Uncle Eddie — Brunch All-Stars  

My uncle's a pretty easy-going, good-humored man, but when it comes to Irish coffee, he's nothing but serious. You see, he has his own kit — really just an old cardboard box with the words "Eddie's Irish Coffee Kit" scribbled on the outside in a Sharpie — but it's filled with his secrets. It's a traveling box, this kit. It comes with him to my cousin's house for Christmas Eve and to other family affairs when capping off the evening with a boozy coffee seems fitting and fes...

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2018-03-17 03:11:29

10 Ingredients That Will Make Any Vegetarian Chili Taste Amazing — Tips from The Kitchn  

During my stint as a vegetarian, bean-laden, meat-free chili was one of the dishes I turned to most. While I loved it because it was hearty and comforting, I'll be the first to admit that it never tasted as good as traditional chili, no matter how hard I tried to get it there. The meat in traditional chili lends flavor that's hard to find in beans and veggies. Luckily, there are a handful of vegetarian ingredients that can provide as much, if not more, flavor to the pot — many you may al...

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2018-03-17 02:19:09

8 Things to Drink on St. Patrick's Day (Besides Green Beer) — Recipes from The Kitchn  

It's hard not to get in the celebratory spirit with all novelty green things that pop up around St. Patrick's Day. But green beer is where I'm drawing the line. I say, why drink green beer when there are other options that are equally as festive and far more delicious? From family-friendly beverages to boozy concoctions, here are eight beverages for your St. Patty's Day celebration. READ MORE »

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2018-03-16 20:21:02

Sonic Is Launching a Pickle Juice Slush, and the Possibilities Are Ri-DILL-culous  

I'm just going to throw it right out there: Sonic Drive-In is launching a Pickle Juice Slush just in time for Summer. Depending on your feelings about pickles, this will either be a major dill for you or you'll gag at the very concept. As a former Sonic carhop, I can attest that Slush is essentially frozen sugar water . . . which means that this drink will essentially be an icy, sweet-and-sour, dill-infused clusterf*ck. But as a pickle-lover, I can also attest that it sounds freaking

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2018-03-16 19:21:11

'The Zimmern List' Offers Tours of America's Great Food Cities  

A smart new travel show and more TV recommendations for the weekend This post originally appeared on March 16, 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Congratulations on making it through another busy week. Now it's time to kick back and catch up on all the great food TV shows you might have missed. Here are recommendations on what to watch (and cook!) this weekend,...

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2018-03-16 17:37:32

James Peterson's Curried Collard Greens  

Peterson takes a South Asian turn, adding coconut milk, garam masala, garlic, chile peppers, and ginger to make his Curried Collard Greens. The collards cook until meltingly tender, and the coconut milk reduces to a thick, luscious sauce. While the curry flavor was a bit muted, the addition of the coconut was transformative--enough to make me to (maybe) reconsider the necessity of bacon in my greens. Read More

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2018-03-16 17:29:07

24 Essential Recipes for Your St. Patrick's Day Celebration — Recipes from The Kitchn  

When it comes to holiday celebrations, St. Patrick's Day holds an array of delicious possibilities. It might not be traditionally Irish, but we're just as excited to don something green and whip up a Shamrock Shake as we are to load our plates with corned beef and cabbage. From Irish soda bread and colcannon, to a Guinness-spiked chocolate cake and festive drinks, these are the 24 essential recipes for a memorable St. Patrick's Day celebration. READ MORE »

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2018-03-16 17:26:45

Watch: Brisket-Topped Kimchi Stew Is the Pinnacle of Korean-American Food  

Dallas restaurant Bppop puts a new spin on kimchi-jjigae It's always interesting to me to see how Korean food evolves and develops in different parts of the country; and in the land of barbecue, it's no surprise to see a heavy dose of Texas-style 'cue is making its way to Korean dishes. Bbbop — a chainlet in Dallas — comes from accomplished chef Sandy Bussey and her husband Greg. At their Oak Cliff location, the duo is experimenting on dishes and concepts that aren...

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2018-03-16 16:58:13

Make Your Own Luck with This Cute Tray for St. Patrick's Day — St. Patrick's Day  

The party problem: You want a cute, festive decoration for your St. Patrick's Day party, but you don't have a ton of time — or crafting ability. The party trick: Get a bunch of pennies and line them up on a tray. READ MORE »

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2018-03-16 14:24:04

Forget Green Beer — Make Dublin Coddle for Saint Patrick's Day — Delicious Links  

Listen, I understand your desire to drink green beer on Saint Patrick's Day — it's novel and fun, and more importantly it's an excellent excuse to drink more beer! I won't judge you. But before you go out to some bar with all your friends, you should make something that will stick to your stomach and help you get through the night without getting sloppy. READ MORE »

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2018-03-16 13:28:21

10 Tips for Setting Up an Awesome Chili Bar — Tips from The Kitchn  

If you're looking for an excuse to throw a party, invite some friends over for a DIY chili bar night. Why chili? It's a cold-weather classic, stretches to feed a large crowd, and can be tailored to most dietary considerations. Setting up the chili spread in a bar format, rather then simply dolling it out to guests, is the best option for both the host and guests. It not only makes the party easier on you, but it's also a hundred percent more fun! Here's everything you need to kno

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2018-03-16 13:03:25

Vegan Alfredo Sauce Is All About the Cauliflower and Cashew Purée  

How do you make a vegan version of fettuccine Alfredo when you can't use butter, cheese, or cream? The secret is cauliflower, which can be transformed into a silky and rich puree with the help of some cashews and nutritional yeast. Read More

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2018-03-16 13:00:06

After 500 Days of Chipotle, Burrito Hero Calls It Quits   

Scott Olson / Staff" data-has-syndication-rights="1" src="/> Legend status, achieved Yesterday, a man by the name of Bruce Wayne ended a 17-month-long, guacamole-heavy journey through the chain restaurant wilderness by eating his 500th meal in 500 days at a Chi

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2018-03-16 12:39:05

Recipe: Mango Kombucha — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Of all the ways I've flavored kombucha since I first started brewing it last year, I've been coming back to mango again and again. It has a mellow sweetness that's just the right partner for fizzy kombucha's punchy tang. But, to be honest, if I had seen this recipe the first time I made kombucha, there's a good chance I would have thought it was too tricky or advanced. And if you happen to be thinking the same thing right now, let me assure you that it's not the case at all. This

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2018-03-16 11:26:40

What to Do When Your Chili Is Too Spicy, Too Thin, or Too Boring — Tips from The Kitchn  

Chili brings out my Goldilocks tendencies. I want one that's spicy, but not so spicy that it has me breathing fire; I want it to be chunky and hearty, but not so much so that it's like wading through wet cement with the occasional bean floating by; and, of course, I want it to be dynamic (the first spoonful should be just as exciting as the last). That's asking a lot of chili, but you know what? This is a dish that can handle all your requests because by its very design, chili is s

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2018-03-16 11:19:03

14 Passover Dinner Recipes for a Super Seder  

No one comes to a Passover seder without expecting to be fed a proper meal, especially after they've drunk all that wine. Here are 14 of our favorite traditional and not-so-traditional savory recipes to make this year's seder a smashing success. Read More

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2018-03-16 10:30:05

Recipe: Paleo Chili — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Whether you call it Paleo chili or meat-lover's chili, the most important thing to know about this chili is that it is downright delicious. Buried in the rich broth tinged with warm spices and cocoa undertones, you'll find a double dose of beef in the form of seared cubes of chuck with crumbled ground beef. This version skips the beans altogether, but gets its bulk and an extra-hearty texture from a slew of thick-cut root vegetables, like sweet potatoes and carrots. READ MORE »

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2018-03-16 10:15:09

Anthony Bourdain's 'Hungry Ghosts' Is Not for the Faint of Heart  

Hungry Ghosts/Facebook; Panel art: Hungry Ghosts/Facebook" data-has-syndication-rights="1" src="/> The globe-trotting chef's comic book series promises a violent kitchen nightmare The spookier corners of Japanese folklore serve as the inspiration for Hungry Ghosts, a four-...

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2018-03-16 10:13:48

How To Make Gluten-Free Pizza Dough — Recipes from The Kitchn  

The perfect pizza crust at home is chewy and crispy, with a slightly yeasty flavor. It should be easy enough to throw together on a Friday afternoon before friends come over. This is universally true for both traditional pizza and gluten-free pizza crust, despite the fact that each mixes and bakes up slightly different. Working with a readily available gluten-free flour blend, we set out to make an easy gluten-free pizza dough. There's no hard-to-find ingredients or overnight

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2018-03-16 09:23:51

Critics Are Panning Jimmy Buffett's Boozy 'Margaritaville' Musical  

Plus, Amazon may be working on an Instacart competitor, and more food news The reviews are in for Escape to Margaritaville, the Broadway show written by Parrothead musician and paradisiacal cheeseburger expert Jimmy Buffett, and the critics aren't impressed. "If ever there were a time to be drunk in the theater, this is it," writes Jesse Green of the New York Times. Bloomberg's Chris Rovzar agrees: "[L]ike the worst versions of its namesake beverage, it's too wate...

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2018-03-16 09:22:39

The Problem with House Flipping Is That You Get Kitchens Like This — Kitchen Makeover  

Here's a kitchen that makes me think, "Sure! Great! I've paid many dollars every month for the privilege of cooking in much worse and much, much smaller spaces!" Turns out, though, it wasn't all that great — and the makeover is so much better. READ MORE »

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2018-03-16 09:12:57

The Internet Is Spiraling Out of Control Over This Ravioli and Uncrustables Debate  

A ravioli is a classic Italian stuffed pasta made by filling two sheets of pasta with cheese or meat, and an Uncrustable is a frozen peanut butter and jelly sandwich without the crust, often eaten by children. These are two very different foods, but believe it or not, the internet is debating if they are one in the same, and I and my great-great grandmother from Parma, Italy, (RIP) are heated. It appears this all started when someone was perusing the Wikipedia page for a sealed crustless sand

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2018-03-16 08:57:40

Special Sauce: Author Andrew Friedman on Chefs, Drugs, and Rock & Roll  

Ed talks with acclaimed cookbook author, editor, and ghostwriter Andrew Friedman on what draws him to the world of chefs. Read More

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2018-03-16 07:45:08

This Expandable Shelf Is Nearly a One-Size-Fits-All Organization Solution — Amazon Deal of the Day  

What's the secret to keeping a kitchen clean, neat, and well-stocked? You've just got to keep things where they are easy to find and store. Easier said than done, right? Not if you have right organization tools. READ MORE »

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2018-03-16 06:09:26

5 Foods You Should Never Refreeze — Tips from The Kitchn  

Freezing food is a great way to have meals on the go or avoid last-minute trips to the grocery store. It also helps us not to waste food and is, in a sense, an extension of our pantry. But we've all been there: We searched through our freezer and pulled out a few things to thaw in the fridge and promptly forgot about them. Can you put it back in the freezer? Here are five things you should avoid giving a refreeze, and why refreezing in general is a big no-no. READ MORE »

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2018-03-16 05:59:19

Recipe: Irish Potato Candy — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Unless you're from Pennsylvania, you've probably never heard of Irish potato candy. I didn't know what they were, but assumed they were candy made from potatoes. Wrong! Irish potato candies may look like adorable little potatoes, but they're no-cook coconut and cream cheese candies with a coating of ground cinnamon — essentially the coconut equivalent of chocolate truffles. If you like Mounds candy bars, you'll love these easy little treats! READ MORE »

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2018-03-16 05:52:11

The Gluten-Free Pizza Dough Taste Test: We Tried 11 Mixes and Ranked Them — Shopping  

As Jane Austen once said, "It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a person in possession of a mouth, must love pizza." Okay, maybe I'm misquoting her a bit, but the sentiment rings true. I've never in my life met a person who didn't like pizza — not even the cheese-hater I married. And because pizza is probably the most universally well-liked food there ever was, it's no surprise that many food manufacturers have come to the rescue of those who can't eat pizza in its orig...

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2018-03-16 05:34:54

Anthony Bourdain Has the Wildest Tip for Finding Great Restaurants While Traveling — Pop Culture  

We're all sick of boring travel advice, right? "Don't just go to the big chain restaurants you have at home," and "Explore the city and find out where the locals eat" are well-worn lines. So you're saying I shouldn't just eat at McDonald's the whole time I'm in Paris? Gee, thanks! You sure saved my vacation. Well, Anthony Bourdain is a travel writer who is never boring, and he just gave some restaurant-finding advice that is unlike anything I've heard in my entire adult life. READ

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2018-03-16 04:25:14

How I Embraced the Coffee Table as the New Family Table — Life in the Kitchen  

Last year, my husband and I sold our 2,400-square-foot suburban home in Atlanta to move across the country to Boise, Idaho. We landed in a much smaller, roughly 1,600-square-foot, home in the heart of downtown. What we gave up in a living space, we gained in community, health, and a much lower mortgage payment. Our story is not unusual. As more young families are choosing to live in cities rather than suburbs or rent rather than own, or opting for smaller homes, formal

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2018-03-16 04:18:44

The Less Expensive Instant Pot Competitor No One Knows About — Shopping News  

Crock-Pots were revolutionary in the 1970s. People loved that they could dump a bunch of food in them and come home to a finished meal at the end of the day. They were (and are) certainly reliable, but over the years they've proven to not be as cool or flashy as some of the other new kitchen appliances. Then the Instant Pot showed up. It could cook slow, like the Crock-Pot, but it could also do a lot more. It was a pressure cooker, a rice cooker, a yogurt maker, and more. Sudden

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2018-03-16 03:48:21

Red Velvet Cake Goes Green For St. Paddy's Day  

We all know and love red velvet cake, but let's try out a different color: green for St. Patrick's Day! To make this cake elicit even more "mmms" from the crowd, it's iced in a white chocolate cream cheese frosting. We've broken down all the hard parts for you in the video, so you can get to baking and icing a layered cake like a pro. Green Velvet Cake With White Chocolate Cream Cheese Frosting Cake from Brandi Milloy, POPSUGAR Food; Frosting from Kraft IngredientsF

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2018-03-16 03:37:43

We Tried Wirecutter's Favorite Trash Bag and Here's What We Thought — Shopping  

If you're lucky, you currently spend zero time thinking about your trash bag. Because if you spend any time thinking about trash bags, it's probably because the ones you have don't work for some reason. We've all had bags that have leaked, or split open, or stretched until they ripped. I've experimented with some of the scented bags and found the smell off-putting and not particularly deodorizing. And I've spent more than I probably really need to on premium trash bags to go with my prem

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2018-03-16 03:14:40

10 Gorgeous Kitchens That Prove You Need to Put a Rug in There — Kitchen Floor  

I'm the type of person who believes that every room deserves a rug (I'm also the type of person who doesn't allow shoes on said rugs) — especially the kitchen and bathroom. I don't mean a regular bath or kitchen mat, the kind that are just big enough to accommodate your feet as long as you stand in one place and don't move. I mean an actual, full-blown area rug that you can take a few steps on — one you might have otherwise put in, say, your dining room. In fact, the one I current...

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2018-03-16 02:59:39

Irish Lamb Stew  

Lamb, herbs, and a load of veggies like parsnips and potatoes stew together in the crockpot for a savory treat. Best washed down with a pint of Guinness.

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2018-03-16 01:31:18

The One Ingredient I Use for Better, Tastier Last-Minute Chili — Tips from The Kitchn  

There are two types of chilis in my book: the ones that gently simmer for hours either on the back of the stove or all day long in the slow cooker, slowly building layer upon layer of rich, spiced flavor, and the ones you turn out on weeknights, using a single pot and about 30 minutes on the clock. A rich, full-flavored pot of chili sounds like a tall order without a lengthy cook time, but I assure you it's not. Here's the trick I use to make it happen every time. READ MORE »

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2018-03-16 01:09:37

How To Clean Hardwood Floors — How To  

As kitchens have become more showcase-y spaces to entertain your friends than behind-the-scenes spots for preparing meals served elsewhere — and open-plan entertaining spaces have blurred the line between cooking and dining — it's natural that hardwood floors have gotten more and more popular in kitchens. While hardwood is a durable flooring option that can last decades with proper care, it's a little more finicky than laminate or tile when it comes to cleaning. Harsh cleaners...

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2018-03-16 01:05:20

How To Make Slow Cooker Breakfast Burrito Bowls — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

A good breakfast burrito is proof that it's what's on the inside that really counts. The classic combination of fluffy potatoes, seasoned sausage, creamy beans, and eggs bathed in salsa and chiles will always get all our attention, so let's remove the distractions and get straight to the filling. And better yet — let's give ourselves every opportunity to enjoy a hearty breakfast without playing short-order cook. Here's the plan: Scan this ingredient list before you head to t...

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2018-03-15 18:38:44

7-Eleven's New Tater Tot Bar Is Basically the Fried-Potato Playground of Your Dreams  

Finally, somebody has recognized that there are only two main food groups: tater tots and not tater tots. Yes, 7-Eleven, which has long cornered the market on both sides of the main drink groups - Slurpees and not Slurpees - just launched a new feature that will make you feel like you've won the snack-food lottery. Introducing the tater tot topping bar, the glorious fried-potato playground of your dreams that will empower you to create the loaded tot creation that you've been envision

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2018-03-15 16:56:37

13 Quick and Easy Sides to Serve on Taco Tuesday — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Tuesdays can easily become the best day of the week when there are tacos involved. And dinner is always easier when you know it's something the whole crew looks forward to. Beyond the signature dish itself, though, it's nice to have a side dish or two to round out the meal. We rounded up a few of our favorite slaws, salads, and rice dishes that pair perfectly with any and all tacos (and margaritas, too). READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 16:31:20

David Chang's Má Pêche Will Close This Summer After 8 Years in NYC  

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2018-03-15 15:16:05

Tempering Eggs: Why, When, and How to Do It  

Combining eggs with liquid to make a custard or sauce? You'll need to learn all about tempering: why it's important, when you need to do it, and how. Read More

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2018-03-15 13:00:22

5 Reasons You Should Keep Toothpaste in the Kitchen — Cleaning Tips from The Kitchn  

I love finding ways to use things I already have in new life-hack-y ways. Take toothpaste, for example. It's something we all have in our bathrooms. Turns out, though, that it might be worth keeping a tube in the kitchen, too, as it can do a bunch of other useful things — you know, in addition to fighting tooth decay! Keep reading to see how toothpaste can be used in the kitchen. READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 12:50:37

Recipe: Irish Cream — Recipes from The Kitchn  

With hints of coffee and chocolate, a good Irish creamer is luxuriously rich and just as much dessert as it is a drink. And as my mom was happy to attest to in a side-by-side match-up, it's just like the Baileys tucked away in the back of the liquor cabinet. So, once you've had your fill of Shamrock Shakes, it's time to set your sights on the festive liqueur you'll want to keep around long after St. Patrick's Day has passed. READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 12:24:17

Crowning the Men's NCAA Tournament Champion Based on Local Craft Beers  

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2018-03-15 12:15:23

5 Ways to Add Pizzazz to Your Scrambled Egg Routine  

Whether you prefer your scrambled eggs just-barely set, dry, or somewhere in between - a topic we could discuss ad nauseam - let's agree that the breakfast staple can often benefit from a bit of jazzing up via toppings and mix-ins. Sometimes that can be as simple as a hefty handful of parmesan cheese or a sprinkling of chopped fresh herbs like chives, parsley, or tarragon (or a combination of the two), but on days when more feels better, try one of these enticing ideas: Pesto, basil, su

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2018-03-15 11:55:26

5 Pro Tips for Even Better Chili — Tips From The Kitchn  

There's good chili and then there's even better chili. The tips in this list are what we consider best practices for even better chili. While chili is about as personal and subjective as it gets, everyone can benefit from the wisdom of these tips. So know them, learn them, and may a better pot of chili be yours. READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 11:40:57

Blue Apron Will Now Hawk Its Meal Kits in Actual Stores  

That means buyers won't be forced to subscribe Online meal kit purveyor Blue Apron will now sell its products IRL: Following a sales slump and major stock price woes, the company is rethinking its subscription-only model, the Wall Street Journal reports. Both full kits, which contain multiple meals, and a-la-carte cooking kits could be available on store shelves "by the end of this year," per WSJ. Big trouble for Blue Apron began last summer when Amazon announced it was ...

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2018-03-15 11:18:41

The Biggest Mistake You Can Make When Ordering Pizza to Go — Pizza Playbook  

It goes without saying that not all pizza takeout is created equal. My first two apartments with my husband were in Brooklyn, and we had a bounty of options. We had our choice of Neapolitan, Detroit-style, deep-dish, you name it. Now, at our house in Summit, NJ, the choices are a little more limited, but there's enough. There's the Neapolitan place (no delivery, but we can pick up), the place that delivers in 15 minutes flat (although it's a little soggy), and the place that takes a litt

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2018-03-15 11:09:19

Watch: A San Antonio Smokehouse That's Breaking Texas Barbecue Tradition  

Pitmaster Esaul Ramos is using Mexican flavors at 2M Smokehouse "My food isn't full-blown Mexican, but it definitely has Mexican flair to it," says Esaul Ramos, the pitmaster and owner of San Antonio's 2M Smokehouse. Ramos is referring to 2M's staple homemade sausage that's infused with Oaxacan cheese, and the smokehouse's barbacoa — only available the first Sunday of every month and a dish Ramos was admittedly nervous to offer to a city devoted to it. Growing...

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2018-03-15 10:42:02

Hummus Soup Might Be the Best Thing to Come Out of Your Pantry Tonight  

I'm not exaggerating when I say that I've made this soup at least monthly since I first discovered it five years or so back. Why? It's a meal in a bowl that perfectly straddles the line between light and hearty. It's just as good (actually, better) on the second day after the flavors have had a chance to meld, making it an excellent brown-bag lunch option. And it comes together in less than an hour from fridge and pantry staples I almost always have stocked: chickpeas, garli

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2018-03-15 09:57:54

Which Bougie Desk Lunch Salad Chain Will Reign Supreme?  

Sweetgreen/Facebook" data-has-syndication-rights="1" src="/> Competition is heating up as Sweetgreen, Tender Greens, Chopt, and other rivals expand On New York City's Upper East Side, it's difficult to walk two blocks without running into at least one salad spot. Packed wit...

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2018-03-15 09:52:21

This Tiny Kitchen Has a Big Lesson All of Us Should Learn — Small Space Living  

When it comes to small spaces, the natural reaction is to pare stuff down as much as possible. There's no room for duplicates, broken gadgets, or anything that isn't absolutely necessary. And while that's certainly the right impulse, less is not always more. Just look at this kitchen, which belongs to Stella Blackmon, an editor over at Cup of Jo. READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 09:40:10

Recipe: Ham, Asparagus & Gruyère Tart — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Celebrate the arrival of spring asparagus with this tart. Serve it as easy-fancy hors d'oeuvres, or tucked next to a green salad for brunch or lunch. It starts with a buttery puff pastry base and a thin layer of egg, melty Gruyère cheese, and diced ham. A tumble of tender spears of roasted asparagus top the tart and sing the song of spring with their sweet and earthy, vegetal flavor. READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 09:31:37

NFL Player Casually Signs $10 Million Contract While Waiting in Line at Chick-fil-A  

Plus, the "Queer Eye" food expert is clapping back at his haters, and more food news Congratulations to Josh McCown, the National Football League quarterback who casually signed a lucrative contract while waiting in the drive-thru line at fried chicken chain Chick-fil-A. McCown's deal with the New York Jets will net him $10 million for one year of service. There's no word on what he ordered to eat, but that payday could cover an awful lot of nuggets. No better time...

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2018-03-15 09:22:01

4 Tips for Picking the Best Grocery Store Flowers, According to an Expert — Shopping  

If you're a glass-half-empty kind of person, there's a degree of futility when it comes to buying something perishable like fresh flowers. They're on their way out the door before you even get them home. But even knowing that, it's just so nice having fresh blooms around the house. It's that last touch that just finishes the room — the flourish that sets the tone for the dining table, or makes the living room more inviting. Still, it's something we want to get our money's worth o...

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2018-03-15 09:21:46

This Is the Easiest, Most Foolproof Way to Deodorize Your Kitchen Trash Can — Trash Talk  

Even if you're pretty diligent about taking out the trash, there will come a time when it gets stinky. Whether you left seafood in there overnight, or something buried in the depths finally hit its tipping point, stinky-smelling garbage is inevitable. Naturally, the most effective way to eliminate the smell is to take out the bag of trash, but sometimes that smell just lingers. Most trash can bins and liners are plastic, after all, and that material's just porous enough to hold on

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2018-03-15 08:53:48

Make These Brown Sugar Pork Chops for Dinner Tonight — Delicious Links  

Once you get a handle on how to make perfectly juicy pork chops (it's not hard, promise!), it's time to try out some fun variations. Now, these variations don't need to be complicated. This is Kitchn, after all, and we're all about finding the smart tips and recipes that deliver on flavor but also aren't, well, fussy. READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 08:52:42

This Target-Exclusive Ben & Jerry's Flavor Is Inspired by Camping (but It's Not Too In-Tents)  

Speaking as a person who is constantly on the lookout for yet another reason to go to Target, this Ben & Jerry's news is extra exciting: you can reportedly only get the brand's latest flavor at Target stores, so if you want to taste it, you'll just have to make a Target run. (But don't worry, you're only going "for one thing" - what could possibly go wrong?) The flavor sounds worth the trip, too: it's called Glampfire Trail Mix, and according to the ice cream c

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2018-03-15 08:21:43

How To Make Weeknight-Style Bulgogi (Korean-Style BBQ Beef) — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Bulgolgi, or Korean-style gilled beef, has a way of making people fall in love with it after the first bite. Thinly sliced beef seasoned with a mixture of savory-sweet flavors and cooked until incredibly tender will do that to you. In this recipe, we're taking all the key flavor elements of bulgogi and bringing them to your weeknight kitchen. It all starts with an ingenious, make-ahead marinade, made with a surprise ingredient of pears, to both season and tenderize affordable flan

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2018-03-15 07:51:38

Ina Garten Shares Her Favorite 30-Minute Weeknight Dinner — Pop Culture  

Ina Garten just revealed her favorite weeknight dinner, and I know what I'm doing tonight. The new season of Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro debuted this weekend, and according to Food & Wine, in the first episode Ina Garten said the Parmesan chicken, from her Barefoot Contessa Family Style cookbook, is her favorite, 30-minute weeknight dinner. READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 06:23:58

The Trick to Making a Homemade Omelet in 1 Minute!  

If a hot egg breakfast seems like something you can only reserve for the weekends, then this microwaveable omelet recipe will be a weekday game-changer. From the cookbook Mug Meals ($13) by Leslie Bilderback, the omelet takes about one minute and 15 seconds to cook - and in total maybe two minutes, which anyone can afford even on the busiest of mornings. If you can get your hands on herbes de Provence, by all means do! The dried lavender instantly upgrades the flavor of your omelet. Suddenly, y

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2018-03-15 06:08:59

Cauliflower Flour Is the Latest in Alternative Low-Carb Baking — Food News  

Cauliflower flour is here to make all your low-carb, gluten-free baked goods an (easier) reality. It's a fantastic development that will be great for Paleo and keto dieters, people who don't eat gluten, and anybody who wants to cut down on carbs in their baking. It is, however, driving me absolutely bonkers today, because every time I say the words "cauliflower flour" to anybody, the conversation devolves into a "Who's on first?"-style comedy routine. READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 05:53:10

Brown Sugar and Mustard Glazed Corned Beef  

Corned beef with a sweet twist. Brisket baked with a one-two punch of brown sugar and mustard makes some mouthwatering deli sandwiches with coleslaw on rye or a mean hash with scrambled eggs.

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2018-03-15 05:45:52

Recipe: Vegan Chili — Recipes from The Kitchn  

In this bowl lies every single thing I want in a really good batch of chili. A slew of pantry ingredients leave it with just the right balance of spicy, sweet, and bitter flavors, making this a plant-based pot of chili that will leave you fully satisfied. The chili gets its heft from red lentils and a duo of beans. As a result, it has a texture so meaty, I have to remind myself that there's not actually any meat in the pot. It checks all the boxes, and then some. If you're looking for a

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2018-03-15 05:25:57

You Don't Even Need a Costco Membership to Get Kirkland Signature Products Delivered to Your Door — Shopping  

Did you know that it is possible to shop for Costco's private-label brand, Kirkland Signature, without a Costco membership? The brand is a cult favorite (including Kitchn staffers!), so you're definitely going to want to know these three things: You can shop on Costco's website without being a member. You won't get the membership rate but you'll be able to shop Kirkland Signature items and other products, as well. You can find a lot of Kirkland Signature products on Amazon. Bec

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2018-03-15 05:22:06

Uhh, We Want S'more of Ben & Jerry's New Summery Ice Cream Flavor ASAP  

It may still be freezing cold in my part of the US, but I am ready for Summer. Thankfully, Ben & Jerry's is on the same page, if its new Summer-inspired flavor is anything to go by. Gimme S'more, a toasted-marshmallow ice cream with chocolate cookie swirls, graham cracker swirls, and fudge flakes, will land in a grocery store near you on March 15, and you're going to want to do yourself a favor and pick it up. The rich and creamy ice cream tastes exactly like if a campfire s&

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2018-03-15 04:42:49

The Best Thing You Can Buy on This Site Where Everything Is $3 — Shopping  

We've been kind of obsessed with the site Brandless ever since it launched last summer. More than just a clever name, the retailer sells products that are essentially brandless, which passes massive savings onto the consumer. While national brands have to pay for marketing, distribution, placement on shelves, and more, Brandless skips all that and sells products online only. Because the company's costs are minimal, everything on the site can be sold for $3 (there are bundled products fo

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2018-03-15 04:05:35

25 Lentil Recipes for Easy Weeknight Meals — Recipes from The Kitchn  

We love lentils here at Kitchn. They are magically easy to cook on the stove, and versatile enough to go into a wide range of cuisines. Plus, they are quick. What more could you ask for when preparing a weeknight meal? But before you limit yourself to the tried-and-true lentil recipes you know, think outside the box and try one of these 25 recipe ideas that deliver on delicious. READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 03:52:58

4 Unexpected Benefits of Practicing Grocery Store Loyalty — The Financial Diet  

Welcome to a column from The Financial Diet, one of our very favorite sites, dedicated to money and everything it touches. One of the best ways to take charge of your financial life is through food and cooking. A version of this post originally appeared on The Financial Diet. Craving a long-term relationship? Date your local grocery store. They're a cheaper date than you'd think. For me, it's been a couple months of ups and downs with the mecca for 20-somethings that is

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2018-03-15 03:51:46

The Adorable St. Patrick's Day Candy You've Never Heard Of — St. Patrick's Day  

Our team here is made up of a bunch of knowledgable cooking wizards. They know everything about food. I mean everything. So imagine my surprise when I mentioned Irish potato candy and no one knew what I was talking about. I didn't realize until the moment when Google told me that the classic St. Patrick's Day treat is only a classic in the Philadelphia area, which is where I'm from. And that this isn't a candy everyone (or even most people) knows about. READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 03:35:34

How To Make Irish Soda Bread — Baking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Ah, Irish soda bread! Comparable only to cornbread in its many variations and allegiances, any Irish soda bread recipe is guaranteed to stir up a little controversy. I present this one for the simple reason that it's my favorite and you can adjust it any which way to suit your needs. Want it a little sweet? Add some sugar. Think it can't be Irish soda bread without currants and caraway? Have at it! READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 03:25:42

Celebrate Pi Day with Dominique Ansel's Delicious Google Doodle — Pop Culture  

It's Pi Day! Really, every day should be pie day, but March 14 is officially "Pi Day," because the date 3/14 matches up with the first three digits of pi. It's a fun math joke we can all share, and I think the best way to celebrate Pi Day is with pie (obviously.) Clearly Google agrees, because it's celebrating Pi Day with a special Google Doodle and pie recipe from pastry genius Dominique Ansel. READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 03:03:05

How to Not Eat Complete Sh*t When You Are Ridiculously Busy  

I know I'm not alone in the struggle to eat real food while surviving a crazy busy day. Many of us can relate to getting up too early and staying up too late, trying to squeeze in a workout, weeding through a constantly clogged email inbox, furiously typing 100 WPM, trying not to neglect friendships and relationships, and remembering to breathe. But the most essential thing to the success of a day is fuel . . . and M&M's, frozen mac and cheese, and endless cups of coffee aren

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2018-03-15 02:36:44

10 Grocery Store Buys for Better Pizza — Tips from The Kitchn  

We make pizza once a week in our house for a ritual we love called Pizza Friday. Most often we're pulling bits and bobs from the fridge to make the most of leftovers as pizza toppings, but every once in awhile we make a special grocery run for pizza ingredients. These grocery-run pizzas feel special because we can pick out ingredients for everything from the crust to the cheese — and often these items stray from our routine of cheese pizza with leftovers. Here are 10 of our favo...

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2018-03-15 02:01:18

The 5 Best Products from Costco, According to Employees — Grocery News  

On the face of it, shopping at Costco seems like it should be a very straightforward experience. With any luck, you avoid impulse-buying a handful of diamonds on the way in (yes, Costco sells diamonds), and then you check out and stop for a $4.99 rotisserie chicken and a $1.50 hot dog at the food court on the way out. But some of Costco's deals are better than others, and nobody knows that as well as Costco's own employees. READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 01:29:57

This Coffee Grinder Has Over 3,200 5-Star Reviews on Amazon — Amazon Find of the Day  

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica} Freshly ground coffee is, without a doubt, better than pre-ground. But there are many reasons we often opt to get our coffee pre-ground when given the option. The main reason is that at-home coffee grinders can be a pain. The easiest method, using a spice grinder, can often result in inconsistent or imprecise grind sizes. Disc grinders create the most precise grinding, but can be expensive or bulky. READ MORE »

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2018-03-15 01:05:05

Nina Compton Debuts Highly Anticipated Second Restaurant in New Orleans Tonight  

Denny Culbert/EaterNOLA" data-has-syndication-rights="1" src="/> Bywater American Bistro will serve American food "as it is right now" It's been a banner year for chef Nina Compton. The Top Chef alum's first New Orleans restaurant, Com...

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2018-03-14 16:15:17

The Only Thing You'll Recognize in This Kitchen Makeover Is the Floor Plan — Kitchen Makeover  

Adam and Amber bought their first home — a 1940 Tudor in Knoxville, TN — in 2016 and have been carefully re-designing it ever since. One of the main projects was the "heart" of any home, the kitchen, which Amber described as "on the verge of cardiac arrest." READ MORE »

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2018-03-14 14:57:49

How to Make Vegan Italian-American Lasagna Without Ricotta or Mozz  

Classic Italian-American lasagna with ricotta cheese, mozzarella, and more is a difficult dish to make vegan without those essential dairy ingredients. The secret to this convincing version is to offer up familiar textural and flavor cues so that you're less likely to notice what's not there. Read More

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2018-03-14 13:00:56

Watch the Trailer for 'Ramen Heads,' a Documentary About Noodle Obsession  

The movie premieres in New York and LA this week Ramen heads, take notice: A new documentary film that covers the art of Japanese noodle soup premieres in the United States this week. Appropriately titled Ramen Heads, the doc will be shown at Landmark theaters in New York City and Los Angeles this Friday, March 16. Director Koki Shigeno spent 15 months learning what makes some of Japan's top ramen chefs tick. Shigeno's film showcases six restaurants, including that of Os...

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2018-03-14 12:12:14

'Top Chef' Favorite Sheldon Simeon Has Big Plans for Hawaiʻi   

Lineage brings family recipes and Hawaiian culinary traditions to Maui this summer Like Tin Roof, the mostly bowl-focused lunch spot chef Sheldon Simeon opened in 2016, Lineage, the Top Chef alum's newest restaurant, is located in an unassuming Maui strip mall. And like that restaurant, which is named for the tin roofs that cover houses in Sheldon's native Hilo, Hawaiʻi is at its center. "I think it says it all in the name," Simeon explains. "It's celebrating famil...

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2018-03-14 11:09:01

How One Chef Is Using Food to Explain the Injustices of Mass Incarceration  

Kurt Evans wants to show diners how the prison system is broken This story was originally published on Civil Eats. It's about an hour before dinner service, and Kurt Evans is working on an appetizer. This dish doesn't require mincing, chopping, searing, or slicing — in fact, it has only three ingredients, and most cooks make it without the luxury of a kitchen. The chef opens two bags of puffy orange cheese doodles to let the air out, then mashes the snacks into a powd...

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2018-03-14 10:47:30

Taipei's First-Ever Michelin Guide is Here  

Le Palais/Facebook" data-has-syndication-rights="1" src="/> Cantonese restaurant Le Palais is the city's first to earn three stars Michelin — the French tire company that also publishes international dining guides — announced its starred selections for Taipei, the latest ...

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2018-03-14 10:22:53

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