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10 Ways to Fill Your Kitchen with Positive Energy — Feel Good Kitchen  

You know when you walk into a room and it just feels good? You instantly get a sense that the person who lives there is happy and relaxed — and some of those good vibes rub off on you, too. It may seem a little out there, but there are correlations between a person's mood and the space they inhabit. Here are a few ways to tip the balance in your kitchen towards positivity, gratitude, and gracefulness. READ MORE »

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2018-01-16 21:57:04



These Were the Most Popular Products at Trader Joe's in 2017 — Grocery News  

For the past nine years, Trader Joe's has held its Customer Choice awards at the beginning of January to figure out which products were the most popular the previous year. The categories for the awards include things like the best item from the bakery, best meal on the go, best candy, and the best product overall. There were a couple years (like 2014 and 2015) where the most popular product was the cookie butter, but last year things changed. Did your favorite product make this li

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2018-01-16 21:24:12



Starbucks Has a Cheesy New Croissant That Tastes Like an Everything Bagel  

Starbucks has a new menu item that combines your love of everything bagels and croissants: the Everything Croissant! It's a classic buttery croissant that's been upgraded with three cheeses (asiago, fontina, and gruyere) and all the seasonings you'd find on an everything bagel (sesame seeds, poppy seeds, onion, and sea salt). Available now in Starbucks stores across the country, the Everything Croissant is the latest flaky-bread option in addition to Starbucks's Butter Croi

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2018-01-16 18:55:18



Have You Experienced the True Magic of the Magic Eraser? — Cult Cleaners  

I'd like to take this moment to profess my love for the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. This is not buzz marketing, nor is it a paid advertisement. I just legitimately love this product — and I'm not ashamed to admit it. A single sponge gives me so much joy and cleaning power. Here are some of the best cleaning moments Mr. Clean and I have shared together. READ MORE »

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2018-01-16 17:59:40



Free Download! Our Custom Weekly Meal Plan Template — Meal Planning Club  

Weekly meal planning is for everyone, and it doesn't require a binder or calendar full of recipes. We believe a single sheet can get you organized each week whether you're cooking for a family of one, two, or four. Our week-at-a-glance meal planning template is a free download that you can fill out each week while you master meal planning. READ MORE »

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2018-01-16 17:10:36



This Cat Bed Is a Giant Fruit Tart  

Purrfect for pastry lovers A few things to be grateful for this afternoon: It feels like Monday, but it's actually Tuesday — short week! Internet sensation/meme-in-human-form Salt Bae is about to open his New York City restaurant. Best of all, there's a new cat bed on the market that makes any precious feline look like the centerpiece of a plush fruit tart. Felissimo Felissimo, a company based out of Japan, is responsible for purrfectly adorabl...

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2018-01-16 15:49:41



The Seemingly Counterintuitive Thing That Actually Helps Me Stay on Budget — Shopping  

If you've heard it once, you've heard it a million times: It's best to plan your meals ahead of time and make large, infrequent trips to the grocery store, they say. The thinking is that you'll spend less time running around and you'll save money because you'll have fewer opportunities to make impulse buys and throw stuff you don't need into your cart. Ignore that, I say! It sounds counterintuitive, but I grocery shop every day in order to stay on budget. READ MORE »

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2018-01-16 15:48:01



How To Make Chocolate-Dipped Frozen Banana Bites — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

You've heard of one-ingredient banana ice cream, right? Well, consider this a snack-sized, two-bite, chocolate-dipped version that lives in your freezer, just waiting for that craving for "a little something sweet" to hit. These frozen bites require no blending or pureeing (just chop up a banana, dip, and freeze), and yet they're as creamy and sweet on the inside a spoonful of ice cream — only better. READ MORE »

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2018-01-16 15:10:52



The Definitive Guide to Breakfast in Beirut   

From bubbly flatbreads to lamb-spiked eggs to fresh farmer cheese soaked in honey, here's how to wake up like a Lebanese local It's 8 a.m. in Beirut and the streets are quiet. The night before likely included one too many Almaza beers, making breakfast an essential saving grace for the day ahead. In many homes, a morning meal consists of a few pine nut-studded biscuits and Turkish coffee or Nescafe with Nido — a powdered milk implemented during World War II that has turne...

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2018-01-16 15:00:00



Why You Should Invest in Quality Salt and Pepper Mills — Amazon Deal of the Day  

If there's one thing we'd like to banish from kitchens across the country, it's pre-ground pepper. Why? A fresh grind releases natural aromas and flavors in the moment (which is why old-school waiters will still visit your table with a big pepper mill, offering fresh-ground pepper with a flourish). The pre-ground stuff is almost always going to be less spicy and less flavorful. Not only are we big supporters of freshly ground pepper (and salts, because, why not?), but we're also b

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2018-01-16 12:58:17



5 Cleaning Combos That Do More Harm than Good — Cleaning Tips from Kitchn  

When faced with grossness in the kitchen (read: the whole house has the flu, or you found a cockroach infestation under the sink, or the dog trashed the room after eating who-knows-what), it's tempting to bring out all of the big guns and throw every cleaning product you've got at the problem. But don't! First of all, most cleaning products are plenty effective on their own. Plus, combining them could be toxic — and in some cases lethal. READ MORE »

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2018-01-16 12:41:52



The Miami Restaurant We All Want to Be at Right This Very Second  

From the Editor: Plus, it's not too late for resolutions  This post originally appeared on January 13, 2018, in Amanda Kludt's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. So, by the end of day Tuesday, I have to complete a somewhat intimidating 7-page corporate document for our publisher and CEO about the "programs, products, and initiatives" that we plan to focus ...

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2018-01-16 12:41:05



Barbara Lynch Responds to Reports Her Fine-Dining Jewel Is in Trouble  

Investors tell the Boston Globe Menton isn't financially viable Boston empire-builder Barbara Lynch is back in the kitchen at Menton, her French-Italian fine dining restaurant. The Boston Globe reports that investors are concerned about its financial viability, and Lynch is working to appease them, in part, by stepping in as chef for the first time since it opened nearly eight years ago. Menton, known for luxurious, hours-long meals, was meant to be the crown jewel of the Bar...

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2018-01-16 12:29:39



Recipe: Ultimate Korean Short Ribs — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners  

When Seattle chef duo Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi debated what angle to take on their third restaurant, Trove, they couldn't ignore what their customers wanted: Korean barbecue. Per usual, though, they didn't want to make it strictly traditional — which is how Trove became known as the Korean-ish place where you take friends to grill lemongrass-smothered tri-tip, tamarind-tinged duck breast, or za'atar-crusted pork belly on a Korean-style tabletop grill. In Yang's new book, My Ri...

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2018-01-16 11:56:14



6 Dinner Strategies for Parents Short on Time — Tips from The Kitchn  

If there were ever an award worthy of giving a parent, it would be for one feat: delivering a nutritious meal to the table on time. That's especially true for me, given my 90-minute commute home from work, two children (a 3-week-old and 3-year-old), and a wife who does plenty else besides also taking on the cooking duties. Over the years, I've developed a number of strategies to get a good dinner on the table. Here's how I do it. READ MORE »

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2018-01-16 11:51:50



The New Pie Trend You're About to See All Over Instagram — Food News  

The bakers of the world have really been raising the bar on pie crusts lately. Not long ago it was an advanced display of baking prowess to make one's own flaky, delicious pie crust from scratch, but now pie crusts are transcending mere domes and lattices and becoming an artistic medium that rivals even the most over-the-top latte art. Instagram is full of pies that are so intricate and beautiful even Martha Stewart has to applaud them, and now bakers are even experimenting with br

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2018-01-16 11:33:22



Conference That Educates, Supports Women in Food Returns This Summer  

This year's Fab speakers include chef/restaurateur Barbara Lynch Though women have been making their way to the top of the food world for decades, conferences and events rarely spotlight their work. So, women created events for women: One of the first, Parabere Forum, has gathered an international congress of women since 2014. Cherry Bombe's Jubilee is another annual celebration with a rockstar line-up. And tickets are now on sale for one of the newest: Fab, which hosts its s...

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2018-01-16 11:31:21



This Comparison of U.S. and U.K. Grocery Stores Might Make You Want to Move — Shopping  

The folks over at Business Insider compared supermarkets in London and New York city. According to the report, it is shockingly clear which country is better in the grocery store department. READ MORE »

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2018-01-16 11:25:36



Congressman Successfully Sways Trump With Red and Pink Starburst   

Because the path to the White House is littered with candy As America lurches toward the second year of the Trump administration, politicians on Capitol Hill are learning new ways to get in the president's good graces — including feeding him his favorite types of candy. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-California) recently shimmied into Trump's inner circle thanks, in part, to a jar of cherry and strawberry Starburst candies that he presented to the POTUS, much to hi...

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2018-01-16 10:58:04



If You Like Brown Butter, You'll Love Toasted Cream  

Butter isn't the only form of dairy that can take on the nutty, dominating flavors provided by browning. Toasting cream sous vide or in your pressure cooker will infuse it with rich toffee and butterscotch notes that can enhance sweet and savory dishes alike. Read More

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2018-01-16 10:30:41



Declutter Your Kitchen (in a Huge Way!) by Asking Yourself One Simple Question — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

I recently moved to a new place, and most of my things came with me. The moving process gave me a much-needed opportunity to survey the things I own and decide if I wanted to keep them and bring them to the new place, or find a new home for them (which, yeah, includes the trash can in a few instances). It was tough to decide what would stay and what would go, but one question helped me along the way. READ MORE »

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2018-01-16 10:15:50



15 Freezer Meals for Busy Weeknights — Recipes from The Kitchn  

This week's mission? Stock the freezer for the busy weeks ahead. But forget about those boring, tasteless meals that come packaged in cardboard — we're talking about homemade meals made with fresh ingredients that we actually look forward to eating. We have a pasta casserole, DIY frozen pizzas, our favorite lentil soup, and many more freezer-friendly meal ideas. Only the best for our future dinners! READ MORE »

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2018-01-16 09:58:40



20 Easy Breakfast Recipes with Eggs — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Eggs are tiny miracle workers in the kitchen. They can be stored in the fridge for a long time and they are cheap, hard to mess up, and one of the most versatile ingredients you can use. Really, what's not to love? As we hit the reset button in the new year, let eggs be your go-to breakfast champion. From soft scrambled eggs to make-ahead breakfast sandwiches and egg casseroles, there's nothing eggs can't do to help you kickstart your morning routine. READ MORE »

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2018-01-16 09:44:33



Recipe: Swiss Chard with Garbanzo Beans — Quick and Easy Dinners  

We like to put Swiss chard on the table as the meal's vegetable because, like other leafy greens, it has lots of nutritional benefits. However, it can be a little bland so we add a few other ingredients like pancetta, shallot, and garbanzo beans to give it a lift. As the beans cook, they break down a little to thicken the cooking juices. We also like this heaped onto bruschetta as an antipasto or light lunch. READ MORE »

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2018-01-16 08:06:24



9 Tiny Ways to Make Your Weeknight Dinner Feel Special — Tips from The Kitchn  

Weeknight dinners are my jam. I love gathering with my little family around the table and talking about our days. I also have a 6-year-old who is obsessed with eating out and at least once a week asks, "Can we have a [dinner] date out, please?" The answer is routinely no, but that doesn't mean I don't indulge her in making Wednesday night dinner feel special to cure her craving. Thankfully it doesn't take a ton of effort to make weeknight dinners feel special. Some things are

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2018-01-16 08:05:21



Cherry Garcia Pint Slices FINALLY Exist, and We're Gonna Buy 12 Boxes  

Get ready to head to the closest grocery store, because as of today, Ben & Jerry's Pint Slices come in more flavors - including perennial favorite Cherry Garcia. Ben & Jerry's says that the popular pint flavor, chock-full of delicious cherries, has been highly requested in Pint Slice form (no surprise there). In addition to the new Cherry Garcia option, Pint Slices will also be available in Tonight Dough and Coffee, Coffee BuzzBuzzBuzz. Pint Slices, introduced in 2017, were pr

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2018-01-16 06:42:47



You Can Now Buy an Oreo Cookie Club Subscription on Amazon — Food News  

There's nothing like the excitement of getting a care package. These special boxes full of surprise snacks and random treats were one of the best things about summer camp and college, and it's not fair that they tend to stop showing up once a person turns 30. But now there's a new Oreo Cookie Subscription Box service you can get on Amazon, and it's basically like signing up to receive a care package of cookies every month. READ MORE »

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2018-01-16 05:48:30



We Talked to Geraldine DeRuiter About Going Viral, Rage, and Mario Batali's Cinnamon Rolls — Food News  

It was less than a week after Eater published its report on Mario Batali and his sexual misconduct that the chef wrote an "apology letter" to his fans and readers that ended with, none other than, a recipe for cinnamon rolls. Most of the reactions to this recipe addendum pointed to the obvious: that Batali and whoever was in charge of his newsletter didn't take these allegations seriously enough. Ending what should have been a heartfelt apology with a self-promotional recipe is in

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2018-01-16 03:06:09



What a Balanced Morning Looks Like for Fit Foodie Finds — My Healthy Morning  

Welcome to Kitchn's series My Healthy Morning, where we show you how one person greets the day in a way that makes them feel their best. Each post will chronicle how that person defines healthy for themselves, and the habits and recipes that make their morning a little bit better. If you've ever felt like wellness bloggers can be a little prescriptive, then you need to meet Lee Hersh. She is the voice and founder behind Fit Foodie Finds, a lifestyle website dedicated to helping pe

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2018-01-16 02:52:09



Recipe: Soft & Chewy Granola — Healthy Snack Recipes  

Forget everything you think you know about granola. Let go of your crunchy, overly sweet, oat-filled expectations, and the results are magically different and incredibly satisfying. This is nowhere near your average granola — which is exactly why I seriously can't get enough of the stuff. There's nary an oat in sight, and crispy clusters are forgotten. Instead, nuts and seeds take center stage in a soft and chewy granola that's sweetened with honey, flecked with dry fruit, and gua...

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2018-01-15 22:32:41



A Chicken Salad Recipe That Might Just Convert Haters  

I wish I could claim credit for coming up with the idea to combine guacamole and chicken salad. Instead, the credit goes to one of my favorite places in San Francisco, Bi-Rite Market, a specialty food shop. Frankly, I'm a chicken salad hater, at least when it comes to classic mayo-based versions, but something about this version caught my eye. (OK, the free sample caught my eye; I wasn't about to buy an entire container of something I don't typically enjoy.) RelatedTransform La

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2018-01-15 19:33:12



7 Smart Things to Do Today for an Easier Week of Cooking — Tips from The Kitchn  

We'd all like to make getting dinner on the table a little (okay, a lot) easier. The good news is that making it happen doesn't require magic, or even necessarily a ton of effort. It simply asks you for a little forward thinking, and to take some small steps today that your future self will thank you for when it comes time to make dinner throughout the week. READ MORE »

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2018-01-15 19:27:38



10 Oatmeal & Porridge Recipes to Get You Through Winter — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Looking for something to brighten a cold, dark morning? How about a bowl of oatmeal with brûleed bananas? Or slow cooker steel-cut oats made with buttermilk and apricots? DIY instant oatmeal you can blend up and keep in your office drawer for quick snacks? This is porridge at its best — rich, thick, hearty, and tailored to your own schedule. Read on for 10 hot porridge recipes to warm your winter mornings, plus tips for better oatmeal and hot cereal. READ MORE »

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2018-01-15 19:19:03



The One Weird Place I Use Hummus — Tips from The Kitchn  

I am constantly looking for ways to use up the extra-large batches of hummus I make or the tubs I buy on sale at the grocery store. Sure, I can confidently polish off a fair share with pita chips or crackers as a mid-afternoon snack, but there's always some left over that needs using. When our Associate Food Editor, Meghan, clued me into her favorite (but most surprising!) way to use hummus, I didn't believe her until I tried it. Now I am a convert. READ MORE »

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2018-01-15 19:18:56



Make This Lentil Potato Soup and Eat It All Week — Delicious Links  

At the start of the new year I take inventory of my pantry. I check to see what I'm running low on and what staples I need to stock up on or, conversely, what I need to consume in large quantities before it expires. Lentils are always on one list or the other and this recipe makes great use of them. When paired with potatoes they're not only hearty, but also satisfying. That's why I'm so excited about this one-pot lentil soup from Cooking LSL. It's something you can make once and eat all

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2018-01-15 19:13:29



The Best Foods for Healthy Skin — Wellness Tips from The Kitchn  

The myriad products that line pharmacies and beauty stores are the only proof we need to confirm that we're all a little obsessed with having perfect skin. While I don't plan to admit to you the number of hours I've wasted searching for a great eye cream, I will say that eating a good diet can work so many wonders on your skin. (You might not even have to worry about finding that life-changing eye cream!) No matter what kind of skin you're after, these are the foods you should be filling

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2018-01-15 18:44:17



The Grocery Store Items Our Readers Always Splurge On — Shopping  

We're always thinking about how to save on groceries. And while I'm all for sticking to a budget and living within my means, there are a few groceries that are just too delicious to sacrifice in the name of money. I know I'd eat ramen for a week if that's what I had to do in order to afford an amazing French triple-creme cheese to spread on my favorite crackers during date night at home! Some things are just worth the money (almonds are a relatively small splurge compared

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2018-01-15 17:47:38



Martin Luther King Jr. Day: A Day of Service & Hospitality — Life in the Kitchen  

Today is Martin Luther King Jr., Day, and a holiday for many of us — one where we remember and celebrate Dr. King's legacy through service to others. READ MORE »

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2018-01-15 17:20:23



Amazon Sees Impressive Spike in Grocery Sales Thanks to Whole Foods  

Plus, Donald Trump's Mar-a-Largo resort was hit with a bunch of food safety violations Amazon's purchase of upscale grocery chain Whole Foods has turned out to be a winner, at least in the short term. Amazon Fresh, the company's online food service, saw an impressive 35 percent increase in sales over the last four months of 2017. The boost is being attributed to Whole Foods-branded products. Gordon Ramsay has a new Las Vegas restaurant, and the shouty chef wants it to be...

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2018-01-15 13:27:26



The Alchemy of Novelty Potato Chip Flavors  

Novelty potato chips walk a difficult path. Their task is not merely to taste like the thing, but to recall the Platonic ideal of the thing. In order to succeed, a simple bag of chips must attain some quiddity, a -ness. Biscuits and Gravy-ness, Fried Green Tomato-ness, Crispy Taco-ness. Read More

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2018-01-15 10:30:54



19 Breakfast Baking Recipes to Make Your Mornings Toasty  

These 19 recipes for homemade baked goods make for some of the most delicious, impressive breakfasts around. Read More

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2018-01-15 07:45:16



Recipe: Quicker Spicy Rice Cakes — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners  

If you ask anyone who's been to Seattle's Joule restaurant what to order, chances are their eyes will go a little blurry and their lashes will flutter heavenward. "Those rice cakes," they'll gush, with something between a shudder and a squeal. And at Joule, where Seattle chef couple Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi mix Korean staples with flavors from all over the globe, it's hard to pick a dish that's more iconic of their techniques. They start with spicy rice cakes, which is classic K

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2018-01-15 07:39:21



How To Use a Bullet Journal to Meal Plan and Track Your Food Budget, According to the Creator — Budget Bullet Journals  

Have you heard of bullet journaling? I hadn't until recently, but it's a methodology I can get on board with. It's a practice that's half about productivity and half about mindfulness, getting yourself organized so you can do more of what you want to do and less of the stuff that doesn't matter. For this story, I got to speak with Ryder Carroll, the man responsible for creating this phenomenon. He evolved this system little by little to get his own life under control, and found t

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2018-01-15 07:20:48



Lemon-Pepper Tuna Sandwiches  

If you're seeking a tasty twist on the classic tuna sandwich, look no further. This recipe is packed with zesty lemon, shallots, and zero Points® tuna. Read on to discover the mouthwatering recipe! Lemon-Pepper Tuna Sandwiches 4 Weight Watchers SmartPoints® Per Serving Ingredients6 ounces water-packed tuna fish, drained 1/2 small uncooked grated carrot 2 tablespoons reduced-calorie mayonnaise 2 tablespoon fresh chopped parsley 1 medium uncooked minced shallot 1 tablespoon fre...

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2018-01-15 06:45:48



Chickpea and Spinach Stew  

There's no better way to warm up on a chilly Winter day than by digging into a delicious bowl of stew. If you're seeking your new favorite seasonal dish, this hearty and filling recipe is your perfect match! Filled with zero Points® chickpeas, this is one recipe you won't want to miss! Chickpea and Spinach Stew 1 Weight Watchers SmartPoints® Per Serving Ingredients2 teaspoons olive oil, extra-virgin 2 small uncooked chopped onions 1 teaspoon table salt 2 medium minc...

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2018-01-15 06:41:48



A New Take on Niçoise That Will Keep You Full Until Dinner  

The Niçoise salad (pronounced nee-suahz, for when the entire office asks what you're eating) is a classic. But even classics can be improved, as celebrity chef Alison Roman shows with her new take on tuna that's only 4 Points® per serving. Lentils, tuna, and eggs, all zero Points® foods, will keep your afternoon cravings at bay, while radishes and bright herbs make the dish almost as pretty as it is delicious. Here's how to do lunch right. Spiced Lentils With Tuna, Radi...

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2018-01-15 06:37:23



Thai-Grilled Chicken Sandwiches  

News flash: healthy and tasty meals are possible, and this Thai chicken sandwich is proof! A perfectly portable lunch that's rich in flavorful, zero Points® chicken, this sandwich is the perfect fix for all of your cravings! Thai-Grilled Chicken Sandwich 4 Weight Watchers SmartPoints® Per Serving Ingredients1/4 cup packed basil leaves 1/4 cup packed cilantro leaves 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice 1 tablespoon finely chopped lemongrass 1 tablespoon finely chopped or grated ginge...

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2018-01-15 06:32:43



Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood Could Reunite to Judge The Great American Baking Show — Food TV  

When Mary Berry announced in 2016 that she was leaving The Great British Bake-Off, but that Paul Hollywood was staying, it felt like The Beatles were breaking up. Bake-Off was a fantastic show unlike any other, and a big part of its riveting-but-wholesome vibe was due to the great rapport between Berry and Hollywood. But there's good news around the corner: It looks like Berry and Hollywood might be getting back together on The Great American Baking Show. READ MORE »

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2018-01-15 05:44:05



Asian-Spiced Salmon With Baby Bok Choy and Shiitakes  

Spicy, sweet, and tangy, this salmon recipe is the perfect make-ahead office lunch to keep cravings at bay and your New Year's resolutions on track. As an added bonus, the fiber-rich dish is crammed with fresh, zero Points® salmon to keep you full until dinner and features an aromatic blend of spices to set your taste buds singing. If you're stumped about what to pack for lunch tomorrow, this satisfying recipe has you (and your wellness goals) covered! Asian-Spiced Salmon With Ba...

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2018-01-15 05:32:18



How To Cook Spaghetti Squash in the Oven — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

So you took a gamble on a spaghetti squash — it does have a pretty clever sales hook, after all — but now you're staring at this canary-yellow gourd wondering how on earth it could ever be transformed into anything resembling pasta. You're full of doubts and hopes and perhaps a dash of healthy skepticism. I get that. Well, buckle up, because today we're pulling some culinary alchemy and transforming squash into tender tangles of spaghetti — no spiralizers or any spe...

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2018-01-15 05:09:08



The Real-Life Maui from Moana Works at Costco in Hawaii — Food News  

Imagine going to Costco to pick up paper towels and gym socks, and meeting your hero. That's what two little girls were convinced had happened recently when they went to Costco with their mom and saw Maui from Disney's Moana working at the register. READ MORE »

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2018-01-15 04:58:25



Amazon Prime Members Can Now Order Delivery from Whole Foods — Grocery News  

I consider my Amazon Prime membership to be worth the annual fee just to be able to watch The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and get free two-day shipping on books, but Amazon Prime memberships are about to get even better because now members can now order delivery from Whole Foods as well. READ MORE »

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2018-01-15 04:39:45



5 Brilliant Ways to Reinvent Your Hideously Ugly Countertops — Kitchen Projects  

Can't stand your countertops but don't have the funds to tear them out and replace them with the materials of your dreams? You're in luck, because there are a handful of DIY projects out there that free you up from being stuck with what you have while you save up for that gut reno. Your ability to transform your countertops into an entirely different-looking material will, of course, depend on the type of material you're starting with. Read on to see if any of these projec

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2018-01-15 04:30:57



How to Make a Chicken Fajita Rice Bowl  

If you're craving your favorite Mexican food dish but don't want to ditch your healthy eating plan in the process, this recipe is the delicious solution. Packed with spicy chili powder and pico de gallo, creamy avocado, and perfectly seasoned chicken, this hearty bowl will keep you full and keep your weight-loss goals on track. Get ready for a fajita feast! Chicken Fajita Rice Bowl 5 Weight Watchers SmartPoints® Per Serving Ingredients1/2 teaspoon chili powder 1/2 teaspoon ...

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2018-01-15 04:18:33



Proof You Should Never Go Out to Eat on Valentine's Day (and What to Do Instead)  

Scoring a reservation at a buzzy new spot or one of your favorite restaurants may seem like a major Valentine's Day coup, but proceed with caution. Here's a piece of insider knowledge that those in the restaurant industry might hesitate to tell you: Valentine's Day is the worst possible night of the year to dine out. Having dined out on this holiday, I've firsthand witnessed these pitfalls. The fundamental reason: you won't get a true taste for what the restaurant has

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2018-01-14 20:06:46



20 Make-Ahead Lunches to Get You Through the Work Week — Recipes from The Kitchn  

The key to avoiding another sad desk lunch at the office is simple: Embrace make-ahead recipes. Find a smart recipe that you can make in bulk and will enjoy eating all week. There's no reason for you to order takeout or hit the vending machine when you set yourself up for success with simple, delicious recipes. From a kale and quinoa salad with dates, to chickpea and cheddar quesadillas, you'll be brown baggin' it in style at the office all week long. Monday has

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2018-01-14 08:48:21



5 Things to Know About Cleaning with Vinegar — Cleaning Tips from Kitchn  

It's natural! It zaps stains! It's cheap! There's a lot to love about vinegar as a cleaning product. However, it's not the perfect remedy for every cleaning job — or every cleaning person (oh, the stink!). Learn how to make it work for you, from Becky Rapinchuk, author of The Organically Clean Home and founder of the blog, Clean Mama. READ MORE »

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2018-01-14 08:29:48



How To Make Creamy Make-Ahead Steel-Cut Oatmeal — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Do you eat steel-cut oats for breakfast? This time of year I turn to them gladly; there's nothing like a bowl of hot, tender, pearly oats, all creamy and delicious. Steel-cut oats take a little longer to cook than rolled oats, but that's not a problem. Set them up the night before and you'll have hot oatmeal in the morning almost instantly. It takes only two or three minutes to heat them up. Here's how I prep my oatmeal the night before. READ MORE »

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2018-01-14 08:22:11



5 Budget Grocery Shopping Tips from Military Moms — Shopping  

Military spouses face a lot of unique challenges. Frequent relocating, long-distance relationships, and extended periods of time separated from a partner can be extraordinarily difficult, especially while trying to raise children and manage a household, often on a tight budget. Keeping a house running smoothly and everybody fed under those circumstances requires a ton of planning, forethought, and self-control. And not to generalize or anything, but that means military moms tend to be ex

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2018-01-14 05:37:05



25 Heartbreakingly Cute Treats Shaped Like the Valentine's Day Icon  

Valentine's Day haters, look away: we've rounded up 25 of the most adorable heart-shaped treats we could find on the Internet. Mostly sweet, with a few exciting savory exceptions (pepperoni pizza hearts!), this collection of recipes has a little something something for everyone. Read on for the cutest cupcakes, brownies, cookies, cakes, and pancakes you'll lay eyes on this year.

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2018-01-14 03:04:59



40+ Marvelous Make-Ahead Super Bowl Recipes  

Whether you're hosting or attending to a potluck Super Bowl party this year, having a make-ahead recipe or two up your sleeve is a must. Sure, it might not be the big game without some of the day-of treats, like baked spinach-artichoke dip or buffalo chicken wings, but it makes all the difference if most of the menu can be ready to go when the game starts. (That is, unless you aren't particularly into the game and enjoy hiding away in the kitchen for much of it.) These 42 recipes fit t

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2018-01-14 02:44:20



Baked Chicken Breasts With Dijon Mustard  

Chicken breasts coated in an olive oil and dijon blend and coated with breadcrumbs yield a recipe you'll want to add to your repertoire.

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2018-01-14 02:39:35



Minty-Fresh Peppermint Pattie Brownies Are an Ideal Valentine's Day Treat  

Weird, but true: I did not like chocolate for the first decade and a half of my life - except when combined with a generous hit of mint, like with York Peppermint Patties or Junior Mints. I still am rather particular about chocolate desserts, shunning chocolate chip cookies, chocolate ice cream, and cake. My main weaknesses: fudge and intensely chocolaty brownies. This ridiculously decadent recipe combines my two loves, tucking nuggets of minty fondant inside the richest brownies I've ever

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2018-01-14 02:01:21



Cheese Sauce Without Butter  

This butter-less cheese sauce is made with only 4 ingredients and is ready in just a few minutes. Great if you want to save a few calories but still have a rich cheese sauce.

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2018-01-14 01:37:47



Watch: Bruce Lee's Favorite Dish Is Hidden in Seattle's Oldest Chinese Restaurant  

'Cooking in America' heads to Tai Tung to sample beef in oyster sauce Cooking in America is in Seattle for its brand new season, and we're kicking things off with the iconic Tai Tung — Seattle's oldest Chinese restaurant. It's managed by third-generation owner Harry Chan, and like his father and brother before him, he has dedicated his life to the restaurant. The over 80-year-old restaurant serves classic comfort-food Chinese dishes like egg foo young, chop suey, and...

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2018-01-13 10:16:02



5-Ingredient Meals for Happy Kids & Healthy New Year Resolutions — Recipes From The Kitchn  

As a parent, one of my biggest goals is to raise my kids to have a healthy relationship with food so they can avoid bouncing between indulgence, "clean" eating, and guilt. So they can enjoy a Christmas cookie in one bite and some broccoli the next. And I know that the key to this is modeling it myself. So this year, instead of making some sweeping resolution aimed at stripping my diet down, I have a simple goal that I think we can all get behind: Add more produce to our meals. READ MORE »

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2018-01-13 07:10:21



How To Clean a Cast Iron Skillet — Cleaning Lessons from The Kitchn  

Instructions for cleaning a cast iron skillet often include a lot of don'ts: Don't use soap, don't use steel wool, don't put it in the dishwasher. It's almost enough to scare a cook off from cast iron completely! However, with a few simple techniques, you'll be able to keep your skillet clean, rust-free, and well-seasoned. READ MORE »

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2018-01-13 05:47:46



Freezer Meals: 5 Simple Tips for Freezing Any Soup — Tips from The Kitchn  

Soups are one of the easiest and most reliable dishes to freeze. And by reliable, I mean that you can come home from work, warm up frozen soup, and know without a doubt that it will be delicious. So make a double batch of the soups you love most and freeze some for later with these tips. READ MORE »

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2018-01-13 05:04:17



Next Week's Meal Plan: 5 Easy Recipes to Start a Meal Plan — Next Week's Meal Plan  

Despite my best intentions and my love of meal planning, I do occasionally fall off the meal planning wagon. Even though I share my weekly meal plan here, sometimes things don't go according to plan and we end up eating a lot of takeout and groceries are left uneaten. This week I'm really and truly getting myself back on track, which is especially timely because Kitchn just kicked off a month-long series on the subject called Meal Plan Club. I'm using my favorite meal planning t

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2018-01-13 04:21:04



10 Surprising Grocery Store Finds That Are Whole30-Approved — 30 Days of Whole30  

Whole30 isn't a diet or a judgmental labeling of foods as "good and bad." It's actually a simple reset that has helped many of our readers cook more and figure out the foods that make them feel their best. Read more about our coverage here. I will admit: Once you've got a handle on the guidelines of the Whole30 — yes to fruits, vegetables, meat, seafood, eggs, and nuts; no to grains, legumes, dairy, sugar, preservatives, alcohol, and foods impersonating other foods (no cauliflower...

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2018-01-13 03:56:03



5 Problems With 'Somebody Feed Phil'  

Plus, intel on another Netflix show and more TV news and streaming recommendations This post originally appeared on January 12, 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV . Browse the archives and subscribe now. Welcome to the first long weekend of 2018. I've got a few TV recommendations as well as a roundup of the week's entertainment news, but first, it's time to take a deep dive into an unusual new show...

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2018-01-12 17:57:45



Ayesha Curry's Restaurant Gets a Glowing Three Stars from the SF Chronicle  

Michael Bauer is a fan of International Smoke Ayesha Curry crushed the transition from basketball wife to celebrity lifestyle guru even before she opened International Smoke with chef Michael Mina. And now, she can add critically acclaimed restaurateur to her long list of accomplishments. The San Francisco barbecue restaurant is a known crowd pleaser, and the first official review is in. It's practically glowing. Restaurant critic Michael Bauer gave International Smoke three ...

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2018-01-12 17:06:02



Kaya Brings a Community Hub and Chill Island Hangout to SF   

Daniel Patterson's latest debuts with a bold menu and big mission

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2018-01-12 16:32:02



Why Did This Magazine Take Down a Negative Restaurant Review?  

Blueblood received two out of five stars — and it also happens to be one of Toronto Life's advertisers Well, this is potentially troubling. Toronto Life magazine appears to be hiding a critical restaurant review of one of its advertisers from the online public. According to the media critics at Canadaland, the magazine stealthily pulled a negative review of steakhouse Blueblood from the internet last month. The review, by restaurant critic Mark Pupo, appears in the January pr...

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2018-01-12 15:57:02



All of the Ridiculous Food Tech Introduced at CES 2018  

From speakers with built-in bottle openers to friendly beer-delivery robots The annual Consumer Electronics Show took over fabulous Las Vegas this week, bestowing upon the world the new technological advancements that might or might not shape the future. This tech isn't limited to autonomous vehicles, smartphones, and ultra-thin televisions; it's applied to the realm of food and dining too. Here are the new culinary gadgets — some appearing to actually be useful, some not ...

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2018-01-12 15:27:38



The Smartest Ways to Store Your Cleaning Supplies — Organizing Tips from The Kitchn  

Cleaning supplies can be drippy, stinky, oddly shaped, and bulky. While people have traditionally stored them under the sink, that's not your only option — and just setting cleaning supplies in a cabinet isn't the most clever way to store things either. So, just to shake things up, here are the best ways to store your cleaning supplies that you might not have thought about. READ MORE »

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2018-01-12 14:41:39



How To Make Cuban Coffee — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

A Cuban coffee, or cafecito, is the nation's history in a cup. Iconic trademarks associated with a cafecito — such as its slightly bitter flavor, the sweet espuma capping the dark-brown brew, and the dainty demitasse cups, or tacitas, in which it is served — mirror the history of a nation bruised by turmoil, hardship, and scarcity. They are also symbols of the resiliency and creative thinking of the Cuban people who have consistently devised clever workarounds for nearly ever...

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2018-01-12 14:16:18



6 Tips For Cooking the Best Effing Vegetables  

There are many reasons to love cruciferous vegetables, the mostly green plant family that includes broccoli, kale, cabbage, brussels sprouts, collards, and others. Not only are these wintery vegetables nutritional powerhouses, but they also taste great when treated with respect. Think crisp, caramelized brussels sprouts, tricked-out kale salads, and cheesy cauliflower florets. Generally speaking, these strategies will yield the best results: Balance bold with bold. Some cruciferous vegetables

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2018-01-12 14:12:11



Watch: Geoduck Is the Star of This Seattle Omakase  

How chef Kotaro Kumita serves the sweet clam at Wataru In the Puget Sound, along the northwestern coast of Washington state, a clam known as the geoduck has been not-so-quietly residing for centuries. It's native to the coastal areas of the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, but coveted by sushi chefs around the world. Kotaro Kumita recalls when the sweet clam was relatively inexpensive in 1991, around the time when he moved to Seattle from Japan to learn English. But as ...

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2018-01-12 13:27:15



How To Make Ghee Four Ways — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Ghee is butter which has been clarified to remove water and milk solids, which imparts a toasty aroma and flavor in the finished butter. Even better? Turning butter into ghee makes it last even longer and makes it suitable for high-heat cooking and roasting, and it even renders it lactose-free for those avoiding it. Ghee is simply butter made even better by a long, slow cook. Traditionally, butter is turned to ghee via the stovetop, but making ghee in the microwave, the sl

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2018-01-12 13:02:25



A Guide to Watching 'Rotten' on Netflix   

Everything you need to know about this explosive series  Rotten, a new documentary series about corruption in the food world, is sure to spark some strong reactions from Netflix viewers. Created by Zero Point Zero Production, the team that works with Anthony Bourdain on Parts Unknown, these six hour-long episodes feature a number of farmers, fishermen, scientists, and doctors shedding light on the surprising and at times downright disgusting ways that common foodstuffs are b

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2018-01-12 12:25:56



What Exactly Are San Marzano Tomatoes? — Shopping  

San Marzano is the name of a variety of roma tomato, one that's a bit meatier, with less seeds than the usual roma tomatoes. But most importantly, San Marzano also refers to that specific variety of tomato grown in a specific region of Italy: the Agro Sarnese Nocerino of the Sarno River valley near Mount Vesuvius, where volcanic soils are said to produce sweeter, less acidic tomatoes. These are "true" San Marzanos, and their unique combination of varietal and terroir is so special that t

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2018-01-12 12:19:04



Hugh Acheson's Latest Restaurant Is Now Open in Atlanta   

Riffs on traditional Southern food, burgers, poutine, and ballpark snacks are on the menu at Achie's

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2018-01-12 11:33:02



UK Butcher Escapes Freezer by Using Black Pudding as Battering Ram  

Not all heroes wear capes — sometimes they wear butcher's aprons Tapping into MacGyver-like instincts, an elderly British butcher managed to free himself from a potentially lethal trap by using a large piece of charcuterie as a mallet. Christopher McCabe, the owner of an eponymous butcher shop in Totnes, England, went to grab something from the walk-in behind his store last week when the wind blew the door shut, trapping him inside the freezer. The emergency release button...

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2018-01-12 11:03:00



Peet's Coffee Is Jumping on the Turmeric Latte Bandwagon   

Plus, 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' is streaming for free this weekend Giant coffee brands continue to pick up the trends of their specialty counterparts. Peet's Coffee & Tea is getting ready to serve a turmeric latte as part of its winter 2018 menu. "After an indulgent holiday season, our wellness-centric and coffee forward Golden Caffẻ Latte, Golden Chai Latte, and Golden Cappuccino are the perfect way to kick off 2018," Peet's president and chief executive of...

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2018-01-12 10:33:26



Key Lime Meets Lemon Meringue in This Citrusy Cream Pie  

This pie relies on the killer combo of citrus and dairy (think Creamsicle) for a mellow, sweet, and sour dessert. The crispy whole wheat crust underscores the zippy custard with its graham-like flavor, while fluffy peaks of toasted meringue recall those of a classic lemon meringue pie. It all comes together in a pie that tastes both familiar and distinctive at the same time. Read More

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2018-01-12 10:30:49



This Dated Builder-Basic Kitchen Got Smart (and Easy) Updates — Kitchen Makeovers  

Here's a thing that's bound to happen when you're house shopping: You see a place where the previous owner has replaced the kitchen (or bathroom), ostensibly as a selling point, but the new space already looks incredibly dated. It's especially frustrating if you really like the place otherwise, because then you find yourself in the position of either living with a kitchen that you really don't like, or ripping out one that's brand-new. Faced with this particular conundrum, Nikkia an

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2018-01-12 09:18:37



The Best Strategy For a Mellow, Ridiculously Easy Valentine's Day Dinner  

We're big proponents of staying in on Valentine's Day for a mellow, intimate evening with you, your love, and no one else. As part of that plan, we suggest keeping the menu simple, like with one of these slow-cooker recipes, rather than sweating and stressing over cooking up an elaborate dinner. Keep reading for 13 special-feeling recipes like bacon-wrapped pork loin, potato gratin, and plenty of chocolate-rich treats.

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2018-01-12 09:10:33



Make This Teriyaki Chicken Salad for Lunch — Delicious Links  

Not all salads are created equal. For me to eat one for lunch, it really has to hit home; it has to fuel me, satisfy me, and make me feel alright with the fact that the girl in the cubicle next to me has just reheated the most amazing-smelling lasagna ever. That's why I'm pretty excited about this teriyaki chicken salad from Heather Christo. I'm pretty sure this salad will be a lunchtime favorite as well as a weeknight staple! READ MORE »

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2018-01-12 08:31:54



What I'm Getting Instead of Those Ugly-as-Sin Kitchen Mats — Shopping  

Some of you may remember this post I wrote, asking you if I should break down and get one of those ugly-as-sin kitchen mats, even though they offend my eyes. (If you haven't read it, I'll wait while you do!) Despite the popular advice to just break down and do it, I've been hemming and hawing over the decision for months. And I'm glad, actually. Because I've just come across something that is a million times more attractive than the typical kitchen mat. READ MORE »

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2018-01-12 08:29:47



10 Easy Side Dishes to Go with a Piece of Meat — Recipes from The Kitchn  

So, you've got a few chicken breasts in the freezer or a steak ready to throw in a screaming-hot cast iron skillet. That's the easy part. Deciding what to serve can have a way of feeling tricky, but I'm here to show you that it doesn't have to be that way. Here are 10 veggie-heavy sides that are just as easy to pull off as they are delicious and satisfying. READ MORE »

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2018-01-12 07:58:29



Cooking Is Going to Change in the Next 10 Years — And That's a Good Thing — Kitchens of the Future  

I believe in innovation. Let's face it — no one wishes we were still gathering wood and stoking our stoves with it or keeping food fresh in a box cooled by ice. And as much as the microwave oven is maligned, most of us have them in our kitchens and use them every day, even if it is primarily to warm up leftovers. That's why, when I hear people question whether we really need appliances that do most of the work for us (read: suggest the recipe and program themselves), I caution them no...

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2018-01-12 07:52:01



Special Sauce: Resy's Ben Leventhal on the Growing Pains of Internet Start-Ups  

When Resy's Ben Leventhal, who has been involved in at least five food-related start-ups, speaks about entrepreneurship, I am all ears. Read More

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2018-01-12 07:45:18



5 Make-Ahead Salad Toppings That Keep You Full — Tips from The Kitchn  

After so many failed attempts, I've finally succeeded at meal planning. The tricky part hasn't been sticking to it (that's going quite well), but rather planning for lunch. Usually lunch is a salad, but it has to be one I really want to eat (read: one I won't ditch for whatever the office decides to order). Eventually I learned the secret to a salad I'd actually stick with is a topping that's hearty enough to make a salad feel like a meal, and one I can make a big batch of

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2018-01-12 06:51:11



This Starbucks Secret Menu Drink Is Perfect for Cold Season — Food News  

Starbucks' secret menu has given the world many wonderful things. It's where people first started toying with the idea of rainbow Frappuccinos and recreations of Harry Potter's pumpkin juice. Now that winter cold season is in full swing, it's time to revisit the Starbucks secret menu for a super-popular drink called a Medicine Ball, which is touted as the perfect thing to drink whenever you have a cold. READ MORE »

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2018-01-12 05:58:56



Here's How to Make Anthony Bourdain's Favorite Pasta at Home — Kitchn Heroes  

Anthony Bourdain's favorite city in the world is Tokyo, but if he's looking for pasta, he goes straight to Italy. On a famous episode of Bourdain's No Reservations, he declared a simple bowl of pasta to be "the greatest thing in the history of the world," and it's actually very easy to make at home. READ MORE »

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2018-01-12 05:34:48



Here's How to Make That Strange Alien Milk from Star Wars — Food News  

Star Wars: The Last Jedi had a lot of mind-blowing moments. The lightsaber fights! The space battles! But by far the most OMG moment in the entire movie was when Luke Skywalker milked one of the huge alien creatures hanging around his island, and drank a big glass of its green milk right on screen. READ MORE »

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2018-01-12 05:15:33



Recipe: Make-Ahead Baked Greek Omelet — Make-Ahead Breakfast Recipes  

Spinach and feta make eggs even better with a fresh, salty, and creamy kick. But with this make-ahead breakfast casserole, that's just the beginning. In addition to lots of leafy greens and chunks of crumbled cheese, this casserole is laced with fragrant fresh dill, sweet red pepper, and a dollop of Dijon for a subtle tang. After your first bite, you might start wondering what this reminds you of — it's spanakopita, friends. READ MORE »

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2018-01-12 05:07:39



Recipe: Sheet Pan Potato Nachos — Quick and Easy Vegetarian Dinners  

"Nachos!" That's pretty much the best answer you can give to your kids' favorite question about what's for dinner. And when you make them on potatoes and top them with a mix of flavorful toppings like beans, greens, and cheese, parents will be happy too. READ MORE »

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2018-01-12 03:05:45



5 Expert Meal Planners Share Their Grocery Shopping Secrets — Meal Plan Club  

Successful meal planning is about more than simply selecting a week's worth of dinners and adding meal prep to your weekend routine — it also largely depends on grocery shopping. We talked to five meal planning pros to see how they tackle this task. Here are their best grocery shopping secrets. READ MORE »

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2018-01-12 03:04:44






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