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How To Make Better Classic Tuna Macaroni Salad — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

What we've got here is an updated take on a classic pasta salad that still leaves you eating something that feels familiar. There are no random peas, no cloying mayonnaise dressing. In this take, tuna and macaroni still make up the base but they pal around with celery, peppers, and red onions, and the whole thing gets a tangy, peppery yogurt dressing. There are a few secrets to making a tuna macaroni salad this good: a trick for flavoring the vegetables, a quick tip for

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2018-05-25 21:17:34



7 Big-Batch Mocktails for Your Next Gathering — Recipes from The Kitchn  

While it may be important to serve plenty of wine or beer at your next party, it's equally as important to serve a great non-alcoholic drink. That doesn't just mean serving water, either. For those who might not be imbibing, it's really nice to have something to sip on that's just as festive as the spiked selection. These seven recipes are fruity, fun, and most definitely fit for any kind of celebration. READ MORE »

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2018-05-25 21:08:44



All of These Summer-Ready Anthro Indulgences Are Less than $25 — Shopping  

There seems to be no shortage of sales this Memorial Day weekend. Most are centered around grills and patio furniture, though, so you might not be all that excited by them. But have you heard about Anthropologie's sale? All current sale items for the home are an additional 40 percent off, meaning you could end up getting as much as 75 percent off the original price. Here are our favorite eye-catching picks, all under $25 — and some under $5! But hurry: The prices are so good...

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2018-05-25 19:29:48



This Gorgeous $200 Rental Kitchen Makeover Is Full of Smart Ideas — Kitchen Makeover  

This project has so much going for it: It was done for less than $200, it was done in a rental, and it features faux DIY granite countertops and a covetable KitchenAid! (Mixer obviously not included in the $200 total.) Click through and get dangerously inspired. READ MORE »

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2018-05-25 12:24:19



There's Nothing Wrong with Buying Pre-Shaped Burger Patties! — Strong Opinion  

With the unofficial start to summer (and grilling season!) right around the corner, it's time to talk burgers. There are obviously plenty of tips for cooking the best, juiciest burger, but a good burger starts at the grocery store. Specifically, when you're in the meat department. I'm not talking about the fancy stuff here (no blending brisket with hanger steak, although you certainly can!) — I'm talking about regular ol' ground beef. You can choose between a package...

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2018-05-25 11:46:28



The 10 Best Memorial Day Sales Happening This Weekend — Shopping  

While Memorial Day is, first and foremost, a time to remember and thank our military men and women for their service, it also happens to be a time when many retailers hold some major sales. Here are some of the best deals happening across the internet this weekend. READ MORE »

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2018-05-25 11:25:42



The Worst Thing You Can Reach for When Packing Up Dishes — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

The other week, we ran a post with instructions detailing how to pack up dishes and glassware for a move. To do it, we teamed up with Lior Rachmany, the CEO and founder of Brooklyn-based Dumbo Moving + Storage. He's moved more than 6,000 apartments throughout his career, so he had a ton of smart tips and points. One really stuck with us more than the others, though. Turns out, there's one thing people reach for again and again when packing up their dishes — but they really shoul...

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2018-05-25 08:27:16



16 Budget Pasta Ideas for Big Families — Recipes from The Kitchn  

When the name of the game is big-batch dinners that feed all the hungry mouths around the table without breaking the bank, these are the pasta recipes that deliver every single time. You might even find yourself with some leftovers for tomorrow's lunch. They come together with everyday panty and freezer aisle ingredients, the promise of easy cooking, and a deeply satisfying dinner. READ MORE »

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2018-05-25 08:23:56



5 Grills on Sale, Just in Time for Memorial Day — Shopping  

If you don't have a grill yet or want to upgrade the one you do have, Memorial Day is a great time to go shopping for one. The weekend is full of sales, which usually focus on all the summer essentials like grills, patio furniture, and melamine dinnerware (check out more on these sales!). Here are five great deals on grills that we're currently eyeing. READ MORE »

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2018-05-25 07:18:42



Recipe: Orzo Tabbouleh — Recipes from The Kitchn  

There are many versions of tabbouleh out in the world, but I think this could be a new favorite. While the Middle Eastern herb salad is usually made with bulgur wheat, this one is made with al dente orzo, which adds a bit more chew and texture to the dish. It's no less bright and refreshing as the original, however, as it's loaded with fresh parsley and mint and flecked with juicy tomatoes, crisp cucumbers, and fragrant scallions. It's perfect enjoyed alongside grilled chicken, fish,

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2018-05-25 07:10:09



7 Smart Things You Should Always Buy at the Grocery Store Before a Party — Shopping  

Smart hosts know that a good party is about more than just the food and the guest list. They know that a party's success depends on their level of preparedness. They know that if they run out of cups they're gonna have problems. With that in mind, here are seven things smart hosts get while they're stocking up on food at the grocery store. READ MORE »

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2018-05-25 07:09:55



Recipe: Antipasto Tortellini Salad — Recipes from The Kitchn  

The best pasta salads, in my opinion, are the ones that are loaded with good things — so much so that you get a little something different with every forkful. This one is just that. Cheesy tortellini is tossed with a kitchen sink of favorites inspired by antipasto, the Italian first course that's full of cured meats, cheese, and pickled vegetables. Here it's roasted red peppers, marinated artichokes, salty salami, and spicy pepper Jack cheese, all dressed in a tangy, earthy oregan...

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2018-05-25 05:15:02



These Grilled Lemon Chicken Drumsticks Are a Pantry Miracle — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. Happy Friday, friends! How are you spending the long weekend? I'm hanging out in New York and have a slew of things I want to take advantage of — one, of course, is trying to grill or picnic or just do something that involves being outside and eating. I've already shared a delicious avocado grilled chicken this week on Delicious Li...

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2018-05-25 05:01:46



10 Popular Salads & Slaws for Get-Togethers — Recipes from The Kitchn  

These warmer days are bringing with them all the potlucks, picnics, and cookouts we've been dreaming about all winter long. We'll be carrying bowls of salads and slaws with us to parties all through the summer, and these 10 favorites are always a hit. READ MORE »

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2018-05-25 04:10:04



7 Organizing Tricks We Learned from These British Airbnbs — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

My favorite way to use Airbnb has nothing to with actually booking trips: I just like to peek into people's perfectly styled homes and see how people live. You can almost always get a good idea or three just from looking at photos. Here are seven organizing tricks we learned during a recent trip through some British Airbnbs. READ MORE »

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2018-05-25 03:43:54



One of Our Favorite Luxe Blenders Is on Sale, Just in Time for Frosé Season — Amazon Deal of the Day  

What are your summer plans? Getting caught up on reading by the pool? Making no-cook dinners as much as possible? Having all the frose? If you don't already have a great blender, summer is the perfect time to invest in one. And one of our favorite premium blenders, from the high-end brand Blendtec, is currently on sale on Amazon for 27 percent off. READ MORE »

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2018-05-25 03:21:13



Ina Garten's Memorial Day Menu Is as Close as We'll Get to Her East Hampton House — Pop Culture  

In one of her most recent Instagram posts, our beloved Ina Garten posted a picture of an empty stretch of sand in East Hampton, New York. "The beach before Memorial Day," she wrote in the caption, adding the hashtags #heaven, #calmbeforethestorm and #fastenyourseatbelts. (That last one made us hope she was about to climb in her dune buggy and start doing donuts on the beach). READ MORE »

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2018-05-25 03:09:12



Trader Joe's Version of Flamin' Hot Cheetos Is Surprisingly Healthy — Grocery News  

Flamin' heat was the best thing that ever happened to Cheetos. Regular Cheetos were pretty good, but once they became spicy, look out. Trader Joe's famous Cheese Crunchies don't have a particularly catchy name or slogan, and they don't have a cool cartoon spokes-cheetah, but they're crunchy and cheesy and they still make an excellent road trip snack. And now, finally, the Trader Joe's version of Cheetos comes in its own hot flavor. READ MORE »

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2018-05-25 01:44:38



The 15 Most Delicious No-Cook Dishes for Potlucks — Recipes from The Kitchn  

I have two rules whenever I'm making something for summer potlucks: Any recipe I choose must make plenty to feed the whole crowd, and it should come together without turning on my oven or stove. From now through Labor Day, these 15 recipes for no-cook dips, salads, slaws, and sweets are my potluck go-tos. READ MORE »

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2018-05-25 01:26:06



To Fast Yet Feast: 3 Muslim Women on How They Cook During Ramadan — The Ramadan Table  

At the heart of Ramadan, the month-long Muslim holiday that runs from May 15 to June 14, is a powerful dichotomy: During the daylight hours, adherents steadfastly avoid consuming all food and drink, while at dusk, they indulge in extra-special, bountiful meals; feasts prepared without the benefit of tasting along the way. To learn more about this tension between fasting and feasting, we spoke with three observant Muslim cooks whose lives revolve around food, whether at a pr

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2018-05-24 14:47:53



The Must-Have DIY Cleaning Solution You've Never Heard Of — Cleaning Tips from Kitchn  

I love inexpensive, simple DIY household cleaners with one giant caveat: They have to work. One of my very favorite homemade cleaners is Alvin Corn. I've mixed one up for every bathroom in the house and one for common areas. It's the one cleaning solution I'll never replace. What the heck is Alvin Corn and what does it do? Keep reading to find out. READ MORE »

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2018-05-24 12:48:14



'An Amazing Ride,' Carla Hall Reacts to The Chew Getting Canceled After Seven Seasons — Food TV  

Sad news: ABC confirmed yesterday that after seven seasons, The Chew has been canceled. The Chew was groundbreaking when it debuted seven years ago as a food show that's also a talk show, but it really worked, thanks in large part to the banter between hosts Carla Hall, Clinton Kelly, and Michael Symon. They have an amazing rapport, and the set just looked like so much fun. It was impossible to watch The Chew without thinking, "I want to hang out too!" (Mario Batali was a co-host t

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2018-05-24 12:47:06



Get a Nespresso Machine for 40 Percent Off on Amazon Today — Amazon Deal of the Day  

Coffee pods have long been a boon to people who crave both caffeine and convenience. And Nespresso has been the high standard for single-serve coffee and espresso that feels both simple and luxurious. Of course, that high standard usually comes with a high price tag to match. Today, however, you can get the Nespresso Vertou Coffee and Espresso Maker with a milk frother for 40 percent off on Amazon. READ MORE »

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2018-05-24 11:49:25



5 Reasons Our Readers Absolutely Adore Costco — Shopping  

Big-box bulk clubs are booming these days: Sam's Club reported a whopping $57 billion in total revenue in 2017, and the regionally limited BJ's Wholesale Club is going public. But Costco is the bulk store that just seems to win people's hearts. We know you (and the rest of our readers) adore Costco and basically want to marry it (or get married there!). Just take this post: A reader shared an experience that caused her to sign up for and cancel her Costco membership in the same day

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2018-05-24 11:23:08



Sorry, I Just Can't Get Behind Nut Milk in My Coffee — Strong Opinions  

I have multiple friends who swear that giving up dairy has given them more energy, helps regulate their digestion, and makes them feel leaner. Those all seem like great things to me, so I've tried it — I really have (most recently, for a whole week — read about it here). While there are many instances where I find it easy enough to avoid or substitute out a dairy alternative, there's one place I just can't make the switch: I'm sorry, but I can't get behind nut milk in my coffee. ...

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2018-05-24 10:55:04



4 New Ways to Enjoy Rosé This Summer — On Trend  

With the unofficial start of summer upon us, it's time to think pink. Drinking rose outside on a hot day is never going to get old (sorry, haters). And like any good trend in food and drink, rose has come out of the bottle and is finding itself in new, interesting ways to consume. Once you've had enough glasses of the real thing (here are some recs, by the way), check out these four new ways to #RoseAllDay. READ MORE »

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2018-05-24 10:18:02



Frozen Veggie Burger Taste Test: We Found the Best Veggie Burger For Every Preference — Shopping  

Long gone are the days of settling for the one or two lone options in the freezer section when you need to pick up a box of veggie burgers. These days, the selection seems to be ever-growing — with patties for all sorts of preferences and eaters. With that in mind, we held an official taste test to help you find the veggie burger that's just right for you. READ MORE »

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2018-05-24 07:48:59



4 Things I Learned When I Moved into My New Kitchen — Organizing Tips from The Kitchn  

You know how moving goes. You pack up all your dishes and glasses, all your pots and pans, and all your canned goods and half-empty boxes of pasta. You have big plans for your new space. You're going to unpack your stuff in the most organized way possible! It sounds great in theory, right? I had big plans for my new kitchen the last time I moved. I bookmarked all of our organizing posts (all of them). I felt ready and excited. Queue the moving truck and bring on the packing

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2018-05-24 07:48:21



20 Quick & Easy Side Dishes for Roasted Shrimp — Recipes from The Kitchn  

I made such an easy dinner last night. Want to hear about it? I tossed thawed shrimp with Cajun seasoning, roasted them, and then served them over a super-simple green salad and some store-bought roasted corn salsa. It was ready in about 10 minutes and so yummy. That's just one way to serve this ultra-quick seafood treat, though. Here are a few more side dishes that can play along with roasted shrimp for light dinners. READ MORE »

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2018-05-24 07:22:59



This Pesto Pasta Salad Only Takes 15 Minutes to Make — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. Dear friends and family, we are officially entering the season of pasta salad. Have you found your back-pocket recipe for summer yet? I have to be real: I'm not one for the mayo-laden traditional pasta salads you might have found at picnics 20 years ago. I always gravitate towards something a bit weird like this BLT pasta salad fro

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2018-05-24 06:32:15



Recipe: Frozen Grape & Granola Yogurt Bark — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Served with fruit on the bottom, layered as a parfait, squeezed into tubes, frozen into Popsicles, or spun into smoothies, there's something gratifying about serving tangy yogurt in a new way. So consider my mind blown when I tried Kitchn's strawberry and pistachio frozen yogurt bark. I could not believe pieces of frozen yogurt wouldn't dissolve in my fingers immediately after breaking, but I gleefully stand corrected. For this batch we're going full-on breakfast mode by sp

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2018-05-24 06:15:39



A Mom of 2 on What It's Like Feeding Her Family in Japan — Real Mom Cooks  

Aiko Tokunaga is a mom of two living in Tokyo, Japan. She's spent a lot of time living in the United States, both for school and after, but has only cooked for kids in Japan. Her experience involves something many of us don't think about on a daily basis: food safety. Since the 2011 earthquake in Japan's Fukushima prefecture, there have been concerns about radioactive contamination from the Fukushima nuclear power plant, so much of what Aiko does for her family involves finding gr

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2018-05-24 06:10:58



Of All the Top Canned and Bottled Iced Coffees from Starbucks, These Are the 5 Best Ones — Shopping  

If there's one thing Starbucks has in spades, it's choices. Let's see, do you want a caramel Frappuccino or a mocha Frappuccino? Whip or no whip? One pump or three? Oh, you just want black coffee? No problem. Want it brewed on a Clover or a siphon or maybe in a Chemex? And which cafe are you going to — the one on the northwest corner or the southeast corner? Or maybe the one up the street? And that's just the coffee shops. The company's vast lineup of bottled and canned cof...

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2018-05-24 05:09:58



Recipe: Tofu Tikka Masala — Recipes from The Kitchn  

I want to tell you so much about this tofu tikka masala, but let me start with the sauce. It's layered with a mess of warm spices plus the smoky flavors of charred onion and ginger all infused into the requisite tomato cream sauce. That's what you want from tikka masala, but at the same time, this dinner wouldn't be the stand-out star it is without the firm cubes of tofu infused with a hint of tangy yogurt and lemon juice and a light spice that seeps all the way through. Each

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2018-05-24 04:40:18



The Great British Bake Off Is Secretly a Show About Time Management — Food TV  

I'm a sucker for time management systems. I've bullet journaled, read Getting Things Done, embraced everything from Trello to Omnifocus to elaborate webs of post-it notes. Without a ton of structure, my time gets slippery and hazy. Unless I focus, it seems to just disappear. READ MORE »

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2018-05-24 02:21:24



What a Dietitian Feeds Her Family During Ramadan — An American Ramadan  

When I was growing up in Jordan, most things slowed down or were put on pause during Ramadan. The work days got shorter and activities around sunset were shifted to a different time or completely stopped. Restaurants closed during the day and opened at night. Traffic would jam 30 minutes before Iftar, as everyone was trying to make it home in time for the meal. My family used to gather around the table and my mom always had the best Iftar spread: dates, juice, soup, appetizers, salad,

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2018-05-24 02:04:06



The USPS Is Releasing Scratch-N-Sniff Stamps that Smell Like Popsicles — Food News  

Last spring, the U.S. Postal Service decided to print a series of food-related stamps, and it opted to honor some traditional Mexican, Central and South American and Caribbean meals that had found their way onto American dinner tables. The Delicioso series featured "bright and playful illustrations" — to use the USPS' words — of ceviche, chile rellenos, empanadas, flan, sancocho and tamales. They're legit awesome. READ MORE »

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2018-05-23 19:53:31



I Tried This Cult-Favorite Cold Brewer, and Here's What I Thought — Shopping  

Until I tried the Cold Breur, I thought I was a coffee geek. But the inventors of this cold brew device take coffee-making to a whole new level of detail. They consider things I never thought of — like how tiny, random bubbles in water can affect the flow rate, and how ice prevents these bubbles from forming in the first place. Does all that thought and consideration result in the perfect cup of coffee? I tried the Cold Breur to find out. READ MORE »

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2018-05-23 19:17:28



What's That Weird Stuff Coming Out of Salmon? — Ingredient Intelligence  

You went to the store, bought yourself a gorgeous, pinky-red fillet of salmon, came home and cooked it just like the recipe said, and all of a sudden this white, filmy gunk has begun to seep out of your beautiful fish. Not cool salmon, not cool. So, what exactly is this stuff? What causes it to show up, and is there anything you can do to prevent it? READ MORE »

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2018-05-23 17:10:15



The One Major Drawback to Undermount Sinks — The Kitchen Sink  

Undermount sinks are often a no-brainer decision when remodeling a kitchen. There's lots to love: they look nice, let you wipe water and crumbs directly from the counter into the sink with a single swipe, and they eliminate that gunk-magnet seam that comes with overmount sinks. With all these pros, what's the catch? READ MORE »

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2018-05-23 14:50:02



5 Important Things to Know About Baking in a Convection Oven — Tips from The Kitchn  

Once upon a time, convection ovens were the coveted white whale for home cooks with a passion for baking — always talked about in hushed, reverent tones and rarely seen outside professional kitchens. These days, every newly renovated kitchen seems to have one, but having one doesn't automatically mean we know how to use them. Need some tips? Here are five things that will help you feel confident baking in your convection oven. READ MORE »

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2018-05-23 14:03:10



Recipe: Avocado Deviled Eggs with Everything Bagel Spice — Appetizer Recipes from The Kitchn  

Do you love all things breakfast-related? If so, have I got the deviled eggs of your dreams. Imagine egg salad became friends with avocado toast, and then everything bagel spice came to join the party. These deviled eggs get richness, velvety texture, and vivid color from ripe avocado, and the sprinkling of nutty, toasty everything bagel spice on top adds just the right amount of crunch and savoriness. They really don't take much more effort than your standard deviled eggs, and you might

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2018-05-23 13:52:19



What You Should Know Before Attending Your First Iftar — An American Ramadan  

The Iftar, or the breaking of the fast, is one of the most significant points in the day during Ramadan, the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. Observing Muslims will abstain from all food and water — yes, even water — from the crack of dawn all the way until sunset, every day of this month. Since the Islamic calendar is a lunar one, each year Ramadan falls at a slightly different time. When Ramadan falls in the winter, the fast will be shorter; in the summer it can be quite long and...

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2018-05-23 13:43:39



Mary Berry Shocks the World by Being Totally Wrong About Pies — Pop Culture  

I can't believe it, but Mary Berry — queen of British baking, author of more than 70 cookbooks — is utterly and completely wrong about pies. On the last episode of Britain's Best Home Cook, Mary Berry stunned the world and her fellow judges by asserting that pies should just have pastry lids and not be totally enclosed in pastry. READ MORE »

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2018-05-23 11:37:30



The Only Thing You Need to Know About Pork Chop Temperatures — Tips from The Kitchn  

How do you like your pork chops cooked: grilled, crispy-cheese coated, pan-fried, or roasted? Regardless of your preferred method, all chops have the same final temperature destination. Once you know it by heart, you'll be able to cook juicy pork chops with confidence no matter the cooking method. In the last decade, the USDA guideline for the internal doneness temperature of pork has changed, leading to a bit of confusion on what temperature is safe for cooked pork. Here's th

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2018-05-23 10:41:52



This Is Mary Berry's Secret to Perfect, Crumb-Free Cake Icing — Kitchen Heroes  

There's really no better authority on baking than Mary Berry, a woman who has sold more than 5 million cookbooks, was hands-down the best judge on The Great British Bake Off, and clearly understands the value of making your own marzipan. The always impeccable 82-year-old has been described as the "Queen of Cakes" — a title she's earned after spending the past 60 years teaching multiple generations of Brits how to bake. (The BBC has also called her "the doyenne of baking," and, af...

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2018-05-23 10:01:18



Recipe: Baked Jalapeño Popper Dip — Recipes from The Kitchn  

I have just one bit of advice for you when serving this warm, cheesy dip at your next potluck, and I learned this from experience: Think very carefully about where you'll place it. Once it hits the table, wherever that may be, the crowd will swarm to the skillet. That's just what happens when you channel all the best parts of crowd-pleasing jalapeño poppers into an indulgent rich and creamy dip with just the right amount of heat and a buttery, crunchy Ritz cracker topping. READ MORE »

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2018-05-23 08:44:43



10 Things to Get Rid of as You Pack Up Your Kitchen for a Move — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

Moving is the worst! Or, more accurately, packing is the worst. Getting set up in a new home is fun, and a chance for a fresh start. But packing is a slog, and if you're not at least a little strategic about it, you can make more work for yourself. One essential part of your packing process should be decluttering. Do not put something in a box if you don't want it to live in your new kitchen! Whether you're paying for movers or planning to haul that box up to your fifth-floor wal

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2018-05-23 07:31:50



10 Mac and Cheese Recipes Every Cook Should Know — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Get the basic recipe for a pot of creamy classic mac and cheese down, and you've opened up a world of possibilities for yourself. This perennial comfort food loves a remix. Give it a twist by swapping the cheddar for another cheese (or four!), cook it up like a classic dip, load it with veggies, or lean on herby pesto for a pop of summer. Here are 10 essential mac and cheese recipes every home cook should get to know. READ MORE »

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2018-05-23 06:36:29



Make This Easy Grilled Chicken with Avocado for Dinner — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. It might only be Wednesday, but I'm already dreaming and scheming about food and drink plans for the long weekend ahead. What kind of cocktails do I want to make? Is pasta salad in my near future? And what about grilled pizza? You get the idea. So when I stumbled upon this easy chicken dinner gem while scrolling through Pinter

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2018-05-23 05:49:56



I Tried Trader Joe's New Canned Wine and Here's What I Thought — Grocery News  

I don't know why movie theaters that don't sell alcohol still exist. Does anyone really expect us to watch Deadpool 2 without a beer? The first time I tried to go to a movie after moving to my new town, I figured they would not have a full bar behind the concession stand, so I asked for a white wine, or maybe a beer if they didn't have that. The guy behind the counter looked at me like I was out of my mind and explained that they did not serve alcohol at all. READ MORE »

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2018-05-23 05:14:28



This Is What People Mean When They Say a Wine Is Oaky — And What You Should Look for When Shopping — Shopping  

We in the wine business have an unfortunate habit of throwing around our lingo as though everyone will understand it. Get a few of us together with a bottle (or two or four) and we might as well be that teacher from Charlie Brown. In attempts to turn all that womp womp womp into words you'll not only understand, but also be able to use yourself, here's a quick explainer — in total laymen's terms. We're at a moment right now when calling a wine oaky isn't exactly a compliment. T...

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2018-05-23 04:53:31



The Best Ways to Store Leftover Tofu — Tofu Basics  

The trickiest thing about recipes that don't call for a whole block of tofu is using up the leftovers before they go bad. The key to making it last, however, is the way it's stored. There are two methods that work with all varieties of tofu. Here's what you need to know. READ MORE »

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2018-05-23 02:35:15



6 Things to Prep on Sunday for a Week of Easy Grilling — Tips from The Kitchn  

The grill is one of the best tools you can have in your arsenal for quick weeknight dinners. It cooks food quickly and leaves you with no extra pans to clean after dinner (just a swipe of a clean cloth to clean the grates). Here's my secret to even easier weeknight grilling: I prepare a few things on the weekend (think: marinades for meats, sauces for vegetables) and then come home ready to grill any night of the week. Here are six things to prep on the weekend for weeknight g

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2018-05-23 02:27:03



What Is Halal? — The Ramadan Table  

With Ramadan — the month-long Muslim fasting holiday that runs from May 15, to June 14 — beginning last week, now is an opportune time to learn about the halal designation for meat, an important concept and belief associated with food for this religious community. READ MORE »

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2018-05-23 01:37:06



Tips for Mastering Weeknight Pasta from 10 Pro Home Cooks — Tips from The Kitchn  

Pasta is the answer to almost any weeknight dinner dilemma. It's the nearly effortless solution to feeding the whole table, and can be a delicious way to use up all the bits and bobs lingering in the fridge. To get some inspiration we asked 10 seasoned home cooks to share their best secrets for easy, delicious, and totally satisfying weeknight pasta dinners. Here's what they had to say. READ MORE »

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2018-05-22 14:15:19



What's a Convection Oven, and When Should You Use It? — Appliance Tips from The Kitchen  

If you're fortunate enough to have a convection setting on your oven, you may still be scratching your head, wondering what the setting does differently than when you use your oven without the setting. Should you bake with convection all the time, or are there times when it's better than the normal setting? Why are we saying the word "setting" so much!? Let's find out what convection really is, talk about when to use it, and more importantly, when not to use it. READ MORE »

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2018-05-22 13:34:12



How To Make Homemade Sauerkraut in a Mason Jar — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

When life gives you cabbage, you make sauerkraut — and homemade sauerkraut is a world apart from the stuff that comes from the grocery store. It's crunchy and delightfully sour, perfect for topping a round of beer-braised brats or layering into a big sandwich. Don't worry about needing a special crock or making so much you'll be eating it for months. Today I'm showing you how to make a small batch of sauerkraut in a mason jar — it's just enough kraut to get you hooked! READ ...

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2018-05-22 13:05:37



The Real Reason Your Fridge Is Always a Mess — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

My fridge problem isn't the physical act of cleaning it out; I do that every now and then without trouble. The real issue is keeping it organized and functional for more than a week or two at a time. The whole beautiful array of fresh veggies and lined-up condiments will slowly turn into a jumbled clutter that hides almost-expired products and allows containers of leftovers to grow their own ecosystems in the back. Turns out, while I make use of my crisper drawers and door shelves

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2018-05-22 12:04:55



The Great British Bake Off Is a Lesson in Overcoming Social Anxiety — Food TV  

Tackling new experiences can be really hard, whether you struggle with social anxiety (like me) or not. New jobs, new schools, new experiences with new people — it can feel totally overwhelming. And no version of this looks more intense than the "first day of a reality show" experience, especially for competitions. But on the Great British Bake Off, as usual, they do things a little differently. READ MORE »

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2018-05-22 11:50:55



3 of Our Favorite Ice Cream Makers Are on Sale — Just in Time for Memorial Day — Amazon Deal of the Day  

Who are we kidding? Ice cream is a year-round treat. It's just that it tastes even better during the summer — especially when it's homemade! Whether you have a hand-me-down machine that could stand to be replaced or you're new to the churn-your-own process, we've got some good news: Three of our favorite ice cream makers happen to be on sale right now. READ MORE »

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2018-05-22 11:42:13



Recipe: Tangy Carrot Slaw — Quick and Easy Weeknight Sides  

This carrot slaw is sweet and tangy, due to a healthy amount of Dijon mustard in the dressing, and bright and fragrant, thanks to a heap of sliced scallions. It's a salad that hits all corners of your taste buds. It makes a light, flavorful lunch on its own but also begs to be paired with a simple roast chicken for dinner. Need a potluck side? This slaw is also begging to be just that, seeing as it's something that only gets better as it sits in the bowl. READ MORE »

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2018-05-22 09:32:47



How To Cook Pork Chops in the Slow Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Here's one more way to get your pork chop fix — in the slow cooker! I particularly love this method when there are a few extra people around my table or when I just want to come home to a meal that's already done. Since you cook the chops on top of a bed of vegetables, this one also comes with its own side dish. READ MORE »

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2018-05-22 08:33:02



7 Easy, Fancy Meatless Mains — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Often, when you think of a fancy dinner, you might first think of meat — things like roast chicken, poached fish, and seared steak. But it's just as easy to dress up vegetables and bring them to the center of the table. These recipes are equal parts fancy and easy, which means they're perfect for your next get-together or just a special mid-week meal. READ MORE »

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2018-05-22 07:26:50



These Are the Biggest Summer Entertaining Trends, According to Pinterest — Food Trends  

It's more than halfway through May and while many of us have still yet to see anything that looks like outdoor-entertaining weather, that doesn't mean people haven't been saving recipes and tablescapes on Pinterest for months, getting ready to go outside and celebrate the minute the skies turn blue. Pinterest just released its 2018 Summer Entertaining Report, which sheds light on the season's entertaining trends by tracking all the things the platform's users have been pinning in

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2018-05-22 06:34:32



Our 20 Most Wallet-Friendly Slow Cooker Recipes — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Wanna soften the blow of rent week? Get out your slow cooker! As if we needed another reason to love this appliance, it's a great tool for keeping our weekly food budget in check — you just need to know all the best recipes to look out for. From big-batch vegetarian favorites to budget meaty meals, these are our favorite cheap recipes to make in a slow cooker. READ MORE »

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2018-05-22 05:50:21



5 Tips for Organizing Healthy Snacks Kids Can Get Themselves — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

While I am generally not a fan of my kids snacking, there are times — like right when they get home from school — when they just want a little something. Immediately. And they don't care that I'm actively cooking dinner that will be ready in five minutes. So while I'd rather they not snack, I'm also a realist. As long as I can guide them toward something healthy, I know they can feed their growing bellies. The key to making this happen is to organize the healthy snacks so that ...

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2018-05-22 04:04:28



5 Things to Know About the Iconic Big Green Egg — Shopping  

As grilling season approaches, you'll be hearing a lot about the Big Green Egg, which basically looks like a giant avocado. People are so fanatical about this grill that they have an official name (Eggheads) and they have in-person events (known as Eggfests!). Are you a secretly an Egghead and you just don't even know it yet? Before you go out to buy one, here are some key things you should know about the Big Green Egg. READ MORE »

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2018-05-22 03:50:39



Recipe: Beef and Celery Stir-Fry — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Humble celery is always seen as the backbone of soups or a foundational vegetable for braises and the like, but it's a crisp, slightly sweet vegetable that deserves a turn in the spotlight all by itself. When thinly sliced and charred in a wok, celery stands up to the savoriness of beef in this easy, saucy stir-fry that just needs a pile of regular or cauliflower rice to nestle upon. READ MORE »

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2018-05-22 03:26:41



The Best Healthy Kids' Snacks from Caribou — Healthy Snacks for Kids  

If you're lucky enough to live in one of the 18 states that has Caribou Coffee, you know how tempting their sweet coffees and treats can be. There are times when a sweet pastry and sugary latte are all you want in the world. But other times, you're just looking to get your caffeine fix and grab a quick bite for your family — you did not intend to drive full-speed into sugar-crash city. READ MORE »

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2018-05-22 02:37:51



Costco's Cold Brew Mocha Freeze Is a Big, Caffeinated Slushie — Grocery News  

My whole life I've heard tales of morning people — people who wake up feeling refreshed and leap out of bed ready to get things done. That is so not me. As far as I am concerned, we should have taps in our house that supply clean, running coffee, right next to the hot and cold water. The main thing I want when I get up in the morning is the ability to inject coffee directly into my brain. Unfortunately, that's not physically possible, but it looks like Costco's Cold Brew Mocha Fre...

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2018-05-22 02:29:14



This Sheet Pan Pineapple Shrimp & Rice Is a Weeknight Winner — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every day as we post our favorites. Fried rice is so ingenious because not only does it use up leftovers that would otherwise go to waste, but it also transforms them into something crave-worthy. This sheet pan dinner — with shrimp, pineapple, and veggies — is no different. If you don't have any cooked rice languishing in your fridge already, you're gonna wan...

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2018-05-22 02:24:45



The 3 Best Brands of Gluten-Free Sandwich Bread You Can Buy in the Freezer Section — Shopping  

There's a lot to be said for being able to slap some food between two slices of bread and call it a meal. If you've gone gluten-free, though, this grab-and-go convenience isn't always that simple. While there are a lot of gluten-free sandwich breads out there, a lot of them can be dry, crumbly messes. That's not to say that there aren't some options that are pretty close to the real thing. Here are our picks for the three best nationally available brands that can successfully sat

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2018-05-22 01:28:18



Joanna Gaines Shares Her Favorite Meal Prep Dinner — Pop Culture  

You might assume that celebrities have meals prepared for them by personal chefs, or don't go to the grocery store like us plebeians, but that's not the case for the Gaines family. Former Fixer Upper star Joanna Gaines recently told Kitchn that she loves shopping at H-E-B in Texas. "You just have a ton of options," she said about the store. Gaines has also been very vocal about how much she loves meal prep for feeding her family (when she has time). She even went so far as

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2018-05-21 19:33:10



Recipe: Chipotle Copycat Rice — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Confession: I am not one of those people who is obsessed with Chipotle. I sort of missed that moment when everyone learned the glories of a burrito bowl, but with the fast-casual chain scheduled for a four-hour nationwide shutdown today, I thought it might be time to catch up. READ MORE »

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2018-05-21 14:54:33



Recipe: Instant Pot Barbacoa — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Potluck parties are full of dips, deli trays, and desserts. While you can try to make that a meal, why not be the one to bring the dish everyone reaches for? Tacos are perfect party food, and when you serve a juicy barbacoa beef taco just like they do at Chipotle you become everyone's new best friend. With smoky chipotle chiles and bright lime, plus help from an electric pressure cooker like the Instant Pot, you can turn beef brisket into tender shreds for easy taco assembly. RE

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2018-05-21 14:52:36



This Innovative Cutting Board Set from Joseph Joseph Is 38 Percent Off on Amazon — Amazon Deal of the Day  

Joseph Joseph occupies an interesting space when it comes to homewares. The brand is both design-forward and problem-solving in ways we truly haven't seen before — plus the wares are generally very affordable. All three of these points certainly apply to this nesting cutting board set. And, for a limited time, it's cheaper on Amazon than on the company's site. Right now, the set is marked down from $30 to just $19. READ MORE »

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2018-05-21 14:04:25



Yes, It's OK to Freeze Tofu (and It Actually Has One Big Benefit!) — Tips from The Kitchn  

We usually freeze food to hold and preserve it for another day, and it's a great way to reduce food waste. While some foods don't change much with a stint in the freezer, there are some that don't fare so well. But tofu is the exception. Not only is it totally okay to freeze tofu, but there's one big benefit you get from doing it. Let's talk about the magic that happens when tofu is frozen. READ MORE »

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2018-05-21 13:05:47



You Need These Quick Pasta Recipes For Busy Weeknight Dinners — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Busy weeknights seem like the norm these days, which means fast and easy dinners are more important than ever. Pasta is always a good option since it boils up quickly, but not all pasta recipes fit the bill (we're looking at you, seven-layer lasagna). These 10 recipes are as speedy as it gets. Keep them handy and you'll have something delicious to turn to no matter how busy your night is. READ MORE »

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2018-05-21 11:01:54



How the Great British Baking Show Inspired Me to Give Baking Another Try — British TV Shows  

I've always loved to cook, but for a long time I felt restrained by the rigidity of baking. To me, cooking allowed for more creativity and improvisation (and I could add extra garlic or hot sauce to almost everything without serious consequence). Conversely, I learned the hard way that skipping an egg in a cake recipe can seriously impact how it turns out; that baking soda and baking powder are two very different things; and that granulated sugar isn't a substitute for confectioner'

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2018-05-21 10:11:44



How To Scramble Tofu — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

My 6-year-old daughter is currently on a month-long scrambled egg strike. She got tired of our regular morning scrambled eggs, but I still struggle to make sure she gets some protein to fuel her through the morning at school. Enter: scrambled tofu, the quick and easy alternative to scrambled eggs. Scrambled tofu has a similar texture to scrambled eggs, is just as versatile, and is infinitely customizable. With five ingredients and four simple steps, you can have a tofu scramble

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2018-05-21 09:49:09



The Best Way to Pick a Watermelon — Shopping  

It won't officially be summer until you've had your first watermelon of the season. Chances are, though, that it's been about a year since you've bought your last watermelon. Do you remember how to pick out a good one? Did you ever really know? Here's what you need to look for in order to spot the perfect picnic-worthy specimen. READ MORE »

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2018-05-21 07:41:01



8 Smart (and Inexpensive!) Ways to Make Cheap Appliances Look So Much Better — Tips from Kitchn  

Have a big, boxy white fridge or an old and ugly dishwasher? Even if you aren't in your "forever home," or you don't have the money right now for a full remodel, there are absolutely ways to deal with icky appliances and, in some instances, improve their looks pretty dramatically. If the fridge, dishwasher, or stove is a sore spot in your kitchen, here are eight smart (and in some cases, temporary) ways to make them so much better. READ MORE »

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2018-05-21 07:07:16



One-Pan Garlic Chicken & Asparagus Is a Dinner Dream — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. The best dinners come together quickly and easily, with minimal fuss. Take this garlic-herb chicken and asparagus, for instance — it cooks up in 20 minutes in a single skillet, leaving you with just enough time to quickly microwave some brown rice or make some quinoa on the stovetop. READ MORE »

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2018-05-21 05:53:28



The Scandi Sense Diet Is the "Simplest Diet in the World." Here's What That Means. — Wellness News  

A few years ago I was in Italy talking with a few other people about food, and somehow the conversation turned to diets, wellness, weight loss, etc. The two women I was with started describing their various eating plans — one didn't eat after 6 p.m., and the other avoided carbs. I said I did not really follow a diet or eating plan, but in general I just tried to use the Mediterranean Diet as a guideline. When they didn't know what that was, I explained it was about focusing on fruits and...

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2018-05-21 04:24:27



17 Ways to Use a Rotisserie Chicken to Make Dinner Tonight — Recipes from The Kitchn  

If there was ever a grocery store shortcut worthy of an award, it's the rotisserie chicken. I believe there are few things this fully cooked bird can't do. And while it certainly makes a simple and comforting meal on its own, it also lends itself to so many other uses. These are my 17 favorite ways to turn a rotisserie chicken into weeknight dinners. READ MORE »

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2018-05-21 03:37:34



Why You Should Cook Pork Chops Like a Steak — Tips from The Kitchn  

Pork chops are one of the tried-and-true weeknight dinners we turn to again and again. Who can resist a plate of lean, juicy meat that's reliable, quick, and easy to cook? But that's just one side of pork chops. For a more luxurious dinner where pork chops are meant to really shine, you've got to cook them like a prized steak. READ MORE »

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2018-05-21 02:53:01



10 Things Kitchn Readers Never Buy from Trader Joe's — Shopping  

During the fall, our Associate Food Editor Kelli Foster wrote a story on the five things she never buy at Trader Joe's. Since then, we've been getting lots and lots of comments from you guys, so we decided to round up your two cents. And with that, here are the things our readers say they never buy at Trader Joe's. READ MORE »

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2018-05-21 02:38:02



This Woman Took Her Maternity Photos at H-E-B and It's Hilarious — Food News  

Most maternity photoshoots capture a particularly idyllic, relaxed-in-a-field-of-flowers version of pregnancy that doesn't bear much resemblance to the real thing for most people. Someone out there might spend nine months wearing a flower crown in a field of lavender, but it wasn't me. I felt like I spent 40 solid weeks in a grocery store trying to figure out what I was allowed to eat while pregnant, and then eating all of that. That's why one Texas mom is going viral this week with

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2018-05-21 01:47:53



The Best $20 I Ever Spent on My Fridge — Shopping  

We don't buy much for our fridges, right? I mean, we buy fancy cheeses and meats to put in them, but we rarely come home from the store with a special treat that's for the fridge — and not for our tummies. Well, a few weeks ago I did and, let me just tell you, I'm not sure who's happier now: me or my fridge. READ MORE »

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2018-05-21 01:28:16



Do Vegetable Sprays and Washes Actually Work (Or Are They a Waste of Money)? — Tips from The Kitchn  

The recent romaine E. coli outbreak is just one more reminder that, for all their health benefits, fruits and vegetables still carry risks. Every time you munch a raw goodie, you might run into less savory things like soil, pesticides, wax residues, and, in rare occasions, really nasty microorganisms (like Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella, and E. coli). While the agriculture industry does its best to keep your produce safe and clean from the farm to the supermarket, let's be real

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2018-05-21 01:19:32



5 Great Dutch Ovens: And 15 Recipes to Put Them to Work — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Of all the cookware I own, there is nothing I use more often than my Dutch oven. It's the workhorse of the kitchen, making almost anything from stovetop soups to oven-baked casseroles. These large, heavy pots are a worthwhile investment, and today we're sharing a selection for a range of budgets. And when you're ready to put your Dutch oven to work, these 15 recipes are just the thing to inspire you. READ MORE »

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2018-05-20 15:16:23



This Veggie Sheet Pan Meal Only Needs 15 Minutes of Prep — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every day as we post our favorites. 2018 is the year that I became a meal prepper. I plan out (most) of my meals for the week on Saturday, and usually go grocery shopping and cook on Sunday. This week I have my eye on this easy vegetable sheet-pan meal from Gather & Dine. I'm always looking for more vegetable-heavy lunches for the week, and this looks easy and delicious.

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2018-05-20 11:31:31



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

One of my favorite things about cooking for groups is finding new recipes that fit my friends' dietary restrictions. I'm not vegan, but many of my friends are, and finding good vegan recipes that taste good without including eggs, cheese, or other animal products is a fun challenge. READ MORE »

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2018-05-20 05:36:12



5 Things No One Tells You About Getting New Cabinet Hardware — Kitchen Design  

If you've heard it once, you've heard it a million times. Editors and designers love to tell people to switch out their cabinet hardware for a low-effort, high-impact change in the kitchen. They call knobs and pulls "jewelry for the kitchen" and talk about it like it's as easy as changing your, uh, necklace. I'm not saying it's complicated or anything — just that there are a few things no one really talks about when they suggest changing out your hardware. I've done it in a few ...

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2018-05-20 03:13:33



How To Make Freezer-Friendly Breakfast Sandwiches — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

I don't think it's too extreme to say that this whole concept of freezable breakfast sandwiches has changed my world. Or at least my mornings. Definitely my mornings. Suffice it to say, they are amazing. If you love eggs in the morning, often buy breakfast on the way to work, wouldn't mind saving a few bucks, or all of the above, then boy oh boy, freezer-friendly breakfast sandwiches are about to make you very happy. Here's what to do. READ MORE »

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2018-05-20 02:55:18



7 Essential Dairy-Free Baked Goods — Recipes from The Kitchn  

If you're dairy-free, indulging in baked goods may seem out of the question. That's far from the truth, however, since there are a whole slew of ingredients that can be used in place of butter and milk that mimic what they do in our favorite cookies and cakes. Here are seven essential recipes to know if you follow a dairy-free diet. READ MORE »

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2018-05-20 02:28:56



How To Clean a Slow Cooker — Cleaning Lessons from The Kitchn  

With all the ease slow cookers add to mealtime, it's a shame these things don't clean themselves, too. Actually, they kinda do when it comes to caked-on messes inside the pot. (See: The Most Ingenious Way to Clean a Slow Cooker Is Also the Easiest.) If you need to give a deeper clean (say, maybe after a season of boiled-over stews or kids serving themselves chili), the good news is that you probably have everything you need. Here's how to get your crusty slow cooker nice and cle

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2018-05-20 01:42:23



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

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

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2018-05-19 17:49:45



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

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

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2018-05-19 13:45:59






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