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Chex Mix, Buffalo-Style! — 10 Chex Mix Upgrades  

The irresistible Buffalo flavor of butter combined with spicy, vinegary hot sauce is too good to be left for wings alone. In fact, it's a perfect contender for Chex Mix, as they already have that buttery thing going on. They just need to be hit with that fiery tang — and that tang is easy to obtain with the addition of Buffalo sauce. READ MORE »

2017-02-19 20:13:13
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Make Winter Better with an Indoor Picnic. You Just Need 7 Things. — Fort Food  

The worst part of winter? It's not summer! And that means you can't have picnics. Unless you can. While the temperatures continue to chill us this February, consider planning an indoor picnic. You'll just need a few things — and we're guessing you already have them. READ MORE »

2017-02-19 13:13:08
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'Chef's Table' Recap: Virgilio Martínez  

Take a spellbinding culinary journey around Peru with the chef behind Central This episode of David Gelb's Netflix documentary series Chef's Table circles around the theme of discovery. Virgilio Martínez is the chef/owner of Central, a restaurant in Lima, Peru that currently sits at number four on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list. After a decade spent cooking in kitchens around the world, Martínez only found his true identity as a chef when he began exploring the diff...

2017-02-19 12:05:02
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These Are the Fanciest Disney-Themed Desserts Ever  

At Disney World, Amorette's Patisserie takes the theme park sugar rush to new heights Sugar might be a standard order at an amusement park, but high-end pastry isn't exactly the norm. In this episode of Consumed, theme park journalist Carlye Wisel takes Eater through Amorette's Patisserie, the French cake shop bringing a whole new dessert game to Disney World. Without a doubt, the show-stoppers at Amorette's are the giant, beautiful Mickey Mouse Dome cakes. They're ma...

2017-02-19 11:00:02
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Make Better Chex Mix with One Super-Special Spice — 10 Chex Mix Upgrades  

There are so many Mexican ingredients we love to fill our pantry with, but lately we can't get enough of one in particular: Tajín. The traditional spice blend of chili powder, salt, and dehydrated lime juice is a little spicy, a bit salty, and a little tangy all at once. While it's most commonly sprinkled over fresh fruit, one taste of it and we guarantee you'll want to sprinkle it on other things like grilled vegetables, avocado, and, yes, Chex Mix. READ MORE »

2017-02-19 08:39:30
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Starbucks & Lilly Pulitzer Just Released Limited-Edition S'well Bottles — Apartment Therapy  

From Apartment Therapy → Starbucks & Lilly Pulitzer Release Limited Edition S'well Bottles READ MORE »

2017-02-19 08:16:37
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How To Make Two-Day Tomato Pasta Sauce — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

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2017-02-19 06:49:53
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21 Slow-Cooker Soups, Stews, and Braises to Make When You're Snowed In — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Slow cookers are often used by busy people who are rushing out the door and want a hot, ready-to-go meal when they return. But the slow cooker works just as well for the more leisurely paced snow day. Imagine throwing a soup together in the slow cooker upon hearing the news that you're not going anywhere and then going about your snow-day business (which will likely involve a fair amount of shoveling and fort-building.) A few hours later, you return to the kitchen and presto! A hot lun

2017-02-19 01:45:40
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A Tex-Mex Comfort Food Menu for a Snow Day Indoors — Fort Food  

You may be a grown-up, but snow days still have that special power to give you that feeling of carefree joy, just like when you were a kid. These are the days meant for going sledding, making snow angels, hunkering down inside with indoor picnics, building forts, and watching a marathon of movies. And, of course, what snow day would be complete without a parade of comfort food? We drew on Tex-Mex flavors to create a slew of dishes to warm you up without weighing you down. From

2017-02-18 13:43:41
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Look at This Coat Closet Turned into a Pantry! — Pantries to Pin  

Would you rather have a closet full of very organized baking supplies and snacks than one packed with coats and winter gear? We would! That's why we love this smart project from Diane Henkler, the blogger behind In My Own Style. She moved her family's coat collection into the garage to make room for something much better: a fully organized and labeled pantry. Take a look at what she did —this is so inspiring. READ MORE »

2017-02-18 12:51:42
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'Chef's Table' Recap: Jeong Kwan  

A gorgeous look at the life of a nun in South Korea who cooks temple cuisine The most breathtaking episode of Chef's Table to date focuses on cooking as a form of communication. Jeong Kwan is a 60-year-old Zen Buddhist nun who prepares vegan meals for her community (and the occasional visitor) at Baekyangsa Temple, which is located 169 miles south of Seoul. Chef Eric Ripert and writer Jeff Gordinier can attest to the fact that her food is delicious, but it also has a greater p...

2017-02-18 12:00:02
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5 Tips About Baking with Chocolate from Alice Medrich — Baking Tips from The Kitchn  

I happily fall into the subset of individuals who believe that it's not dessert unless there's chocolate involved. So I most definitely bow down to chocolate queen, Alice Medrich. The author of countless cookbooks, she has been dubbed the "First Lady of Chocolate," and, when it comes to baking with the sweet ingredient, there's no better person to learn from. Alice has more tips and tricks than we can count, but these are five of our very favorites. READ MORE »

2017-02-18 11:34:24
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The Gold Standard for Oysters Is Set In New Orleans  

A deep, enduring love for the shuckable shellfish is embedded in the city's DNA New Orleans has a singular obsession with oysters. This episode of How We Eat explores the complex history of this beloved bivalve in Louisiana, and the three elements that make the perfect oyster experience: The oyster itself, the oyster shucker, and the preparation. Ask anyone in New Orleans, and they'll say Gulf oysters are the absolute best. The area where the Mississippi River hits the Gulf...

2017-02-18 11:05:02
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Breakfast in a Mug, Food Allergies on a Budget and My Breakfast and Snack Meal Plan~ Weekly Round-Up  

Welcome to our end of the week recap for February 11-18, 2016! Latest Recipes Featured E-Cookbook or Meal Plan This 85 Breakfast & Snacks for $140 meal plan with recipes is going to help you reclaim and transform your frantic and hectic mornings. I am thrilled to get to share this with you, and be […]  

2017-02-18 10:27:46
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Recipe: The Easiest Chicken Pho You Will Ever Make (Really)  

Forget the hours-long process; this soup is ready in 45 minutes One of my best friends — let's call her Lilly — is always trying to get me to go out for noodles. In the middle of July she'll text, "Hey! Let's hang out. I could really go for some soba..." In the dead of winter, when the sun sets on Manhattan at 4 p.m. I'll see messages from her about a pho place she really, really wants to check out. I often try to casually steer her in another direction, but the s...

2017-02-18 09:53:53
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Drugstore Coupon Matchups & Best Deals – Week of February 19  

Which drugstore has the best deals this week on food?! Find out...  

2017-02-18 06:56:29
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The New Couscous Is Fregola  

Doesn't there always seem to be a starch of the moment? At one time couscous, the pointillist pasta of North Africa, was all the rage. Then people began forgoing wheat and the wind shifted west to the Americas and quinoa, a gluten-free seed more toothsome than couscous with all the same ease and speedy cooking. Great grains like barley and farro have had their moment, tossed into salads, cooked à la risotto, and posing as pedestals for filet mignon and seared sea bass. Each newcomer treads the...

2017-02-18 05:59:43
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Chex Mix, Buffalo-Style! — 10 Chex Mix Upgrades  

The irresistible Buffalo flavor of butter combined with spicy, vinegary hot sauce is too good to be left for wings alone. In fact, it's a perfect contender for Chex Mix, as they already have that buttery thing going on. They just need to be hit with that fiery tang — and that tang is easy to obtain with the addition of Buffalo sauce. READ MORE »

2017-02-18 05:30:28
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4 Wedding Gifts We Still Use 5 Years Later (& the Ones We Don't) — Apartment Therapy  

(Image credit: Kathryn Bacalis) From Apartment Therapy → The Wedding Gifts We Still Use 5 Years Later (& the Ones We Don't) READ MORE »

2017-02-18 04:14:25
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Why Does Chocolate Turn White? — Chocolate Tips from The Kitchn  

(Image credit: Apartment Therapy ) Ever pull out your once-pristine box of baking chocolate and notice that the chocolate has turned gray or white? You might think it's happened because your chocolate is old, but that's not necessarily true — and it doesn't mean that you should pitch that chocolate. Before you toss it out, stop and read this! READ MORE »

2017-02-18 01:38:09
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Make Your Own McDonald's Oreo Tiramisu and Experience the Magic  

If you're as excited as we are about McDonald's Hong Kong's Oreo-themed menu, you're in the right place! This take on the Oreo tiramisu is fluffy, sweet, and loaded with coffee plus cookies-and-cream flavor. Related:The Easiest Oreo Microwave Mug Cake Ever!Your Wait to Try Oreo Creme Eggs Is Over McDonald's-Inspired Oreo Tiramisu Kevin Smith, POPSUGAR Food IngredientsFor filling: 6 egg yolks 1/2 cup sugar 1/3 cup milk 2 1/2 tablespoons rum extract 1/4 cup choc

2017-02-17 21:54:36
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Is It Safe to Eat Snow? — Food Safety  

Who hasn't stuck their tongue out to catch falling snow flakes? Eating snow is a childhood rite of passage — just as much as singing about not eating the yellow stuff — but as adults, and as parents to young children, we may have some concerns about whether it is prudent or even safe to eat snow. The short answer is "yes" — snow is primarily water, after all — but there are a few rules you should follow. READ MORE »

2017-02-17 19:33:10
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Make an Oreo Reappear With Magician Blake Vogt!  

Oreos are truly a magical food. You can make just about anything with them! And now, you can also use them to wow your friends with this awesome magic trick from Blake Vogt. Let this magician show you how to restore an Oreo cookie right before their very eyes. They'll never know what hit them. And if you want to learn even more from Blake, be sure to check out Theory 11 to see the magic behind the overstuft Oreo trick. Related:Supersize Your Oreo Cookie!The Easiest Oreo Microwave Mug Cake

2017-02-17 17:13:45
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'Chef's Table' Recap: Vladimir Mukhin  

One man's quest to bring the cuisine of Russia's glorious past into the 21st century Seven decades of communist rule squeezed a lot of the life out of Russia's gastronomic tradition. When the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, President Mikhail Gorbachev resigned, and the Soviet Union broke apart, Russians became enamored with other foodways: American fast food, French fine dining, and the like. But, before the Bolsheviks toppled the empire in 1917, Russia had a grand cultural herit...

2017-02-17 17:01:01
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'Chef's Table' Recap: Ivan Orkin  

A story of loss, perseverance, and undeniable triumph Ivan Orkin, the brash, white, Jewish guy from New York who made his name as one of the best ramen makers on the planet has an unorthodox story and, thus, an unorthodox Chef's Table episode. That means no tweezer food, plenty of swear words, no slow shots of the chef communing with nature (okay, maybe there's one shot of him and cherry blossoms). TL;DR: he was a problem child, fell in love with Japan, fell in love with cook...

2017-02-17 16:16:01
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12 Perfectly Acceptable, Not-at-All Absurd Ways to Get Wine Drunk  

Red wine? Put it in the pasta! Rose? Put in the doughnuts! Pinot Grigio? Well . . . you get the idea. These homemade recipes take your love of wine to the next level. Expect to see cheese shots (to fill with wine, of course), frozen wine slushies, and even ramen made with plenty 'o Pinot. Related:6 Signs Your Bottle of Wine's Gone BadThe Story About Cheap Wine Might Make You Gag5 Ways to Quickly Chill Wine

2017-02-17 16:03:56
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'Chef's Table' Recap: Tim Raue  

Here's the story of how a former Berlin thug became one of the city's greatest chefs The central theme of this Chef's Table episode is ego. Chef/restaurateur Tim Raue freely admits that he's got a big one, and it helped him become a titan of the Berlin culinary scene. As a matter of fact, some of the local food writers think Raue is the de facto best chef in Berlin. Author Ursula Heinzelmann remarks: "If Tim Raue didn't exist for Berlin's food scene, you'd need to...

2017-02-17 15:36:03
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Starbucks and Lilly Pulitzer Teamed Up to Create 1 Line of Crazy Popular Water Bottles  

Starbucks recently collaborated with Lilly Pulitzer and S'well to create a limited-edition collection of water bottles that are about to be practically ubiquitous. On Feb. 15, Starbucks announced the exciting collection in a press release. The water bottles are currently available in 4,000 locations in four unique prints: Palm Beach Jungle, Fresh Squeezed, Siren's Calling, and Resort Escape Floral. They'll also be available online later this Spring. In the press release, the S

2017-02-17 15:05:20
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If You Care About Food, You Need to Care About Immigration Policy  

Otherwise, there may not be any food for you to care about The Associated Press reported today that President Donald Trump is considering mobilizing up to 100,000 National Guard troops in pursuit of unauthorized immigrants. The White House immediately issued a denial, but the thrust of the report is in keeping with the Trump administration's current anti-immigrant rhetoric and policy. As with virtually every immigration-related position promised or enacted by the administration...

2017-02-17 14:32:01
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What to Do With Leftover Buttermilk  

Buttermilk has a wider array of both sweet and savory applications than most people think. Here are a few ideas for using up that half quart of leftover buttermilk hanging out in your fridge. Read More

2017-02-17 14:00:00
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Gordon Ramsay Is Roasting Twitter Users on Their Culinary Skills, and It's Hilarious  

Gordon Ramsay is known for his fiery personality and expert critiques on shows like Hell's Kitchen and MasterChef, but what would happen if Ramsay took his colorful commentary to Twitter? These users found out the hard way when they asked him to rate their culinary skills. Ramsay's hilarious responses include comparing an overdone steak to "Gandy's flip flops," calling poorly made empanadas "sad," and feeling "sick" by one user's sloppily made dinner. Keep reading to see all

2017-02-17 13:56:55
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I Tried 4 New-to-Me Vegetables and Here's What I Thought — Healthy Habit Challenge  

(Image credit: Anna Goldfarb) Welcome to our Healthy Habit Challenge! Instead of focusing on (impossible-to-keep) New Year's resolutions, we challenged four writers to start a new healthy habit. These challenges aren't about cutting out sugar or going on a diet, or focused on the negative. They're about doing something new and good — and making it second-nature. Here's how they went. Original challenge:...

2017-02-17 13:47:02
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One Little Trick to Make Winter Eating Better No Matter What — Snow-Day Cooking  

Snow days are magical things and snow-day food naturally tastes better. When you're holed up at home, still in your pajamas, and cooking between movie breaks to keep you and your loved ones cozy and comforted, there are very few things you can do to improve on this snuggly situation. But there is one little trick that makes anything you cook and eat on a snow day even better, and it is exceedingly simple. READ MORE »

2017-02-17 13:24:02
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Watch: How to Open, Prep, and Enjoy Razor Clams  

Almost the entire creature is edible Technically, razor clams are in the same family as cherrystone and littleneck, but they don't look anything like the clams typically found in linguine. In this week's episode of Fresh Catch, Eater's live seafood explainer series, Adam Gerringer-Dunn of Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co. explains how to prep these tasty bivalves in 10 minutes flat. Almost the entire creature is edible, which makes preparation a cinch. The one trick: Unli...

2017-02-17 13:16:01
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Lidl Supermarket Could Be Big News for Trader Joe's and Aldi Fans — Grocery News  

Grocery stores are the stuff of cults and obsessions — just ask anyone who has ever stepped foot inside of a Trader Joe's. Our readers have shared their love for many a grocery store, including the big-hitters like Costco, Whole Foods, and Aldi, but there's a new store coming to the United States that might just be the new favorite in town. If you've ever been abroad, you might be familiar with Lidl, which describes itself as "a cross between Trader Joe's and Harris Teeter....

2017-02-17 13:01:10
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The (Seemingly) Counterintuitive Trick to Maximize Small Spaces — Apartment Therapy  

(Image credit: Liz Vidyarthi) From Apartment Therapy → A (Seemingly) Counterintuitive Trick That's a Must for Small Spaces READ MORE »

2017-02-17 12:58:10
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10 Southern Kitchens We Love — Kitchens We Love  

Nothing says "comfort" like a Southern kitchen. And these days, Southern kitchen design is branching out way beyond the typical gingham and country store look. Check out 10 of our favorite spaces, from sleek and sophisticated to cute and cozy. READ MORE »

2017-02-17 12:56:55
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How To Make Snow Ice Cream — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

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2017-02-17 12:45:16
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'Chef's Table' Recap: Nancy Silverton  

From pastry to bread to pizza, the wonderful rise of LA's "goddess of the delicious" Every Chef's Table episode — and by connection, its subject — could be distilled into one word if necessary; a thematic hook that each mini-documentary hangs its narrative upon. Sometimes it's subtle. Other times, it's front and center, and Los Angeles chef Nancy Silverton, who currently operates Osteria Mozza, Pizzeria Mozza, and chi SPACCA, does everyone the favor of defining her own ...

2017-02-17 12:32:16
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Here's How to Order Starbucks' New Colorful Ombré Drink From the Secret Menu  

A post shared by Home of #DailyFoodFeed (@dailyfoodfeed) on Feb 17, 2017 at 7:44am PST Calling all Starbucks-lovers: there's a new ombre drink you'll be obsessed with off of the not-so-secret secret Starbucks menu. The "ombre" drink is simply a fusion of matcha green tea and freeze-dried strawberries, which gives it a whimsical lime green, yellow, and pink color scheme. We know what you're thinking now, so here's how to order the Matcha Pink Drink recipe the next time...

2017-02-17 12:25:28
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Marc Vetri Closing His Urban Outfitters Pizzeria in Austin  

It was the Philly chef's only ATX concept

2017-02-17 11:47:01
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10 Ways to Set Up Your Kitchen (and Yourself!) for a Successful Weekend Cooking Project — All-Day Cooking  

While weeknights are all about just managing to get something (anything!) edible on the table in as little time as possible, weekends (and snow days!) are for larger-scale, more complex cooking projects. You know, the ones that have more prep time or require obscure ingredients. If you're feeling ambitious, here's how to get your kitchen ready to help you tackle even the most complicated recipe. Follow these steps and you (probably) won't end up weeping on the kitchen floor

2017-02-17 11:31:12
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Recipe: Gooey Coconut Toast — Easy Dessert Recipes  

Move over, peanut butter and Nutella! Coconut toast — with its warm, gooey texture and sweet, nutty flavor — is the dreamy pantry dessert you're missing this winter. But don't just listen to me: Make it yourself. It's best while still warm. Take a big bite, close your eyes, and let the crust crackle and the sugary coconut stick to the roof of your mouth before taking your next bite. READ MORE »

2017-02-17 11:12:36
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Your Favorite 'Old World' Bread Was Invented in the '80s  

Fancy bread is delicious, but it's definitely not how they baked hundreds of years ago Perhaps the simplest addition to a dinner table has a complex scientific background and a fascinating history. The story of bread gets a closer look in the forthcoming book Modernist Bread, by Nathan Myhrvold and Francisco Migoya. The five-volume anthology explores the art and science of bread making, and for Myhrvold, whose repertoire includes Modernist Cuisine and Modernist Cuisine at Home,...

2017-02-17 11:02:00
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The Drive-Thru Daiquiri: A Weird Yet Wonderful New Orleans Tradition — Travel Bites  

Visiting New Orleans as a Midwesterner, everything is new: the swampy heat, the "For Sale" signs that also specify "Haunted" or "Not Haunted," the casual spookiness that is embedded in everything from the omnipresent graveyards to the ready-made voodoo dolls. Oh, and the drinking laws. READ MORE »

2017-02-17 10:33:37
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22 Homemade Chips, Crackers, and Snacks to Satisfy All Your Munchies  

22 of our favorite movie-night snack recipes. Read More

2017-02-17 10:30:00
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Brace Yourselves: Peeps Oreos Are Here  

Plus other food news you should know right know Peeps Oreos are here, the latest in a long line of stunt flavors for the iconic cookie. Is this more or less gross than Swedish Fish Oreos? The limited-edition Easter basket bait is clearly begging to be dunked into a glass of Peeps-flavored milk. Attention, Disney stans: A London hotel is now serving Beauty and the Beast-themed afternoon tea. Tied to the upcoming release of the live-action film version, the Kensington Hotel...

2017-02-17 10:19:00
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At Home in New Orleans with Juley Le — Bite-Sized Guide: New Orleans  

Who: Juley Le, co-founder of Drip Affogato Bar and blogger behind lifestyle blog Upperlyne & Co. Where: New Orleans, LA Although she grew up just an hour outside New Orleans, in a large Vietnamese family on the bayou, Juley Le has come a long way. She is the founder of Drip Affogato Bar, a sweet shop dedicated to one of our very favorite treats; the brains behind lifestyle blog Upperlyne & Co.; and, last but not least, a new

2017-02-17 10:04:13
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'Top Chef' Recap: One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Eliminated  

One of the biggest personalities of the show was eliminated We did it. We finally got to the finals in Guadalajara, Mexico that Padma has been teasing us about in the show's opening credits all season long. Each of the three finalists gets a quick mini-montage of their journey from the first day in Charleston to arriving in the beautiful Guadalajara suite. They have all learned a lot about themselves and their cooking in the last 11 episodes, and it all comes down to this. Well...

2017-02-17 09:32:01
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Created by Collective: Lightened-Up Breakfast Recipes to Jump-Start Your Day  

This trick will change the way you eat smoothie bowls - Runway Chef 1 flavor-filled breakfast recipe you can feel good about - Sunny With a Chance of Sprinkles 2 ingredients, endless gluten-free crepe deliciousness - Someday I'll Learn How to mask your veggies in a yummy breakfast treat - Inspiration for Moms You'd never know this smoothie has a healthy surprise - Lauren Hartmann This brain-boosting breakfast secret is the key to all-day focus - Julie Solomon Satisfy your morning swe

2017-02-17 09:09:45
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Cincinnati Chili  

Are those bars of baking chocolate in the photo???? Did you even notice? Take a closer look…yes, those are bars of baking chocolate. Or, maybe you were wondering about the word chili and seeing the spaghetti noodles. I know…this is all kinds of confusing. Especially if you’re not from the southern OH area. Or have […]  

2017-02-17 08:21:31
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Special Sauce: Frank Bruni on What Makes a Good Restaurant Critic  

The New York Times op-ed columnist and former restaurant critic Frank Bruni discusses his memoir, his career, and that time he had a special informant at the Vatican. Read More

2017-02-17 07:45:00
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Why Some Wegmans Shoppers Are Boycotting the Beloved Grocery Store  

Wegmans is currently facing criticism from a faction of its shoppers due to the fact that the nation's favorite grocery store has continued to sell President Donald Trump's namesake wine. According to The Washington Post, several left-leaning groups are attempting to organize a boycott in an effort to pressure the chain to stop selling Trump Winery products. In Charlottesville, VA, where the wine is produced, there's even an entire political action group dedicated to taking down

2017-02-17 07:23:20
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Man Behind Messages in Fortune Cookies Steps Down After 30 Years — Food News  

Everyone knows the best part about fortune cookies isn't the actual cookies themselves, but the tiny slip of paper that's curled up inside the after-dinner treat. In fact, according to Time magazine, an '80s survey revealed a quarter of people in the United States don't even eat the cookie. It's all about the fortune: Sometimes they are funny, sometimes they don't make a ton of sense, and sometimes the feel eerily accurate about what's going on in your life right at that moment.

2017-02-17 06:33:28
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Patti LaBelle Makes It Even Easier to Re-Create Her Famous Desserts at Home  

Patti LaBelle is taking her dessert expertise to the next level with a new cookbook. Her fourth cookbook, entitled Desserts LaBelle: Soulful Sweets to Sing About, will be released April 25 and is available for preorder on Amazon now. The singer, author, and actress is known for her coveted sweet potato pie that's now available at Walmart, along with other desserts like banana pudding. Having a cookbook with Patti's recipes means we don't even have to buy the store-bought version

2017-02-17 06:32:52
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10 Stylish Thermoses to Keep Your Soup Hot — Shopping  

After the holidays come and go, the realization that you have to freeze through another two months with no holiday cheer to keep you warm takes hold. You wear 32 layers and trudge to work wondering why you don't live in a warmer climate. How do you keep yourself warm during these gray, snowy months? Soup! Soup is the answer. Make up a big batch and bring some to your dinner table, bring some to your couch, and bring the rest to your indoor fort. (Yes, we strongly urge

2017-02-17 06:14:56
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Red Wine Brownies Exist (and They're Amazing) — Delicious Links  

(Image credit: Broma Bakery) You guys already know how we feel about the beautiful combination of red wine and chocolate here at Kitchn. And while red wine hot chocolate is definitely something to put on your must-make list, these red wine brownies are right up there with it. While putting wine in your brownies might seem like a gimmick, trust me when I say that these rich, fudgy brownies will not disappo

2017-02-17 04:43:50
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5 Tips for Even Better Brownies — Baking Tips from The Kitchn  

There is no denying the pleasure of brownies. Whether you like them fudgy, chewy, or cakey, or whether your prefer an edge piece or a square cut from the center of the pan, this chocolatey treat induces leg-twisting, toe-curling, silly grin delight. But what if we told you that you could make your favorite brownies, only better and easier? Here are the very best tips and tricks from the Kitchn editors. READ MORE »

2017-02-17 04:18:01
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This Smart Man Just Proposed to His Fiancée With a Box of Chicken Nuggets  

Chicken nuggets are the key to most people's hearts, am I right? That's why it makes total sense that one man decided to propose to his now-fiancee on Valentine's Day with a box of crispy chicken nuggets. "Her love for chicken nuggets, I'm sure, is more than she loves me," Kristian Helton told WAND 17 news station about his fiancee Karsyn. "I know it sounds bad, but I go to McDonald's a lot!" Karsyn admitted. "And I always get chicken nuggets. I won't get anythi...

2017-02-17 03:53:57
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Expectation vs. Reality: My Experience Ordering Starbucks's New "Pink" Drink  

Starbucks's Pink Drink is so 2016, so it's only natural that there's a new secret-menu drink taking over. The Matcha Pink Drink, which is a combination of the Pink Drink and matcha-infused coconut milk, reveals an eye-catching ombre effect in the clear cup . . . well, maybe. Instagram user dailyfoodfeed shared the first image of the vibrant Starbucks ombre drink, leaving us wide-eyed and dying to try it ourselves. Would it really look as beautiful as the neon pink and green dri...

2017-02-17 03:53:04
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20 Simple Baking Projects for a Winter Snow Day — Baking Recipes from The Kitchn  

A snow day means you suddenly have the whole day to play in the kitchen — hurray! But a snow day also means you can't run out for ingredients, so if you're planning on a baking project, it needs to be based on what you already have in the pantry and refrigerator. Flour, butter, eggs, maybe milk — what can you possibly make with these simple ingredients? Quite a few things, especially if you can sneak in a few other staples such as cinnamon (our easiest cinnamon rolls!) or may...

2017-02-17 03:47:16
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A Tropical Chex Mix Twist — 10 Chex Mix Upgrades  

Maybe a tropical vacation isn't currently in your future, but that doesn't mean your snack can't make you feel that island breeze. Take classic Chex Mix to the land of sand and palm trees with the help of just two quick add-ins: toasted coconut flakes and dried pineapple. READ MORE »

2017-02-17 03:41:03
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No More Cookie Cutter: 5 Ways to Customize Your Kitchen — Apartment Therapy  

(Image credit: Vogue) From Apartment Therapy → Cookie Cutter No More: 5 Ways to Customize Your Kitchen READ MORE »

2017-02-17 03:27:52
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FYI, If You Lunch With President Trump, He May Make You Order the Meatloaf  

The Boston Globe reports that President Donald Trump made Governor Chris Christie order the meatloaf when they recently had lunch together at the White House. Gov. Christie explained, "This is what it's like to be with Trump. He says, 'There's the menu, you guys order whatever you want.' And then he says, 'Chris, you and I are going to have the meatloaf . . . I'm telling you, the meatloaf is fabulous.'" Christie had no choice but to oblige! While there's

2017-02-17 03:21:22
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Hack This Gwyneth Paltrow Meal in Minutes With Trader Joe's Staples  

If hearing about the bourgeois undertones of Gwyneth Paltrow's It's All Good cookbook discouraged you from buying it, I get it. The thought of spending a fortune on obscure ingredients that can only be found at Whole Foods makes me crazy too. But after slowly and selectively cooking my way through this book, I've unearthed some budget-friendly gems that can be hacked with Trader Joe's ingredients. One of my favorites is this ridiculously easy and satisfying Spanish chopped s

2017-02-17 02:56:31
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This Is the Ultimate Kitchen Art for Chocolate-Lovers — Kitchen Hangups  

Hey, you! Yes, you with the sticky fingers and the smudgy marks on your face. If you like to put chocolate (milk! White! Dark! Whatever!) in your mouth, this print is for you. READ MORE »

2017-02-17 02:37:56
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Sriracha Stix Are the Best Thing to Ever Happen to Your Pot Roast — On Trend  

(Image credit: Sugarmade, Inc. ) Sriracha-lovers of the world, prepare to meet your new favorite ingredient. The viscous hot sauce that comes in the signature bottle might be great for putting on already cooked meals, but these new Sriracha Stix might be what your pot roast (and fish, and poultry, and basically all protein) is missing. These crimson cinnamon stick lookalikes pack the garlicky, fiery p

2017-02-17 02:29:16
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Cuban Pork  

Pork is marinated overnight in a citrus and spice mixture and then slow cooked with sliced onions until tender enough to shred. Serve it on tortillas with pico de gallo, lettuce, and guacamole.

2017-02-17 02:24:01
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16 Recipes From Chrissy Teigen That Will Transform the Way You Cook  

Chrissy Teigen has amazing recipes, and don't let anyone tell you otherwise. The title of her cookbook, Cravings, says it all: the likes to eat foods she actually craves, and she has an entire book dedicated to recipes you won't be able to resist. We're talking chicken pot pie soup, lemony spaghetti cacio e pepe, fried chicken wings with honey butter, mac and cheese with garlicky breadcrumbs, and much more. If you need any more conv

2017-02-17 01:37:43
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5 Reasons You Should Build a Fort in Your Living Room — Snowed in with You  

When I was a kid, I used to build a fort any chance I got: A rainy day was always a good excuse, but growing up in temperate Northern California, it really was a year-round activity despite the constant 74-degree weather. It wasn't the same fort over and over again, either. Every indoor structure had a very specific purpose and story. Sometimes I built a sheet-covered restaurant, or a faux log cabin, or a fort inside a fort in a chaotic town where post-apocalyptic chaos was

2017-02-17 01:27:07
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Recipe: Easy 20-Minute Arroz con Leche (Made with Leftover Rice) — Easy No-Bake Dessert Recipes  

If you have a soft spot in your heart for creamy rice pudding, arroz con leche delivers a flavorful upgrade and will satisfy your cold-weather dessert craving. This comforting dessert, with Mexican origins, kicks up traditional rice pudding with a generous dose of warm, spiced cinnamon and subtle notes of sweet caramel, plus a pantry ingredient that makes it even more indulgent. READ MORE »

2017-02-17 01:15:12
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The One and Only Bitters You Need in Your Bar — Shopping  

Simplifying life in the kitchen always sounds good, doesn't it? This whole idea that, barring everyday necessities, the only things that belong in your home are the ones that spark joy? Well, although I do love Marie Kondo, it's not always super easy to pull off — especially if you're an avid cook and, you know, you need a lot of things! But there is one place I find this simplifying approach really works, and that's the home bar. In my experience, you just don't need every ...

2017-02-16 21:02:14
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Loaded Potato Breakfast Omelet in a Mug  

You now have a reason to always have some bacon cooked and ready to crumble

2017-02-16 20:37:13
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Watch: Good Table Manners Make Your Food Taste Better  

There's a reason old-school dining etiquette has been around for so long Sit up straight. Don't put your elbows on the table. Don't slurp your soup. The essentials of civilized behavior are hammered into diners are soon as they're old enough to join the table, but are manners in the U.S. becoming extinct? According to a recent study, 74 percent of Americans are worried that manners are on the decline. Eater talked with etiquette expert William Hanson and Eater's own e...

2017-02-16 17:17:45
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A Guide to the Stars of 'Chef's Table' Season 3  

Everything you need to know about the kitchen masters of 'Chef's Table' David Gelb's mesmerizing documentary series Chef's Table returns to Netflix for Season 3 on Friday, February 17. As a primer for these six new episodes — which are being released at the same time for maximum binge-watchability — here are chef dossiers with notes on how to make reservations at their flagship restaurants around the world. Stay tuned for episode recaps, a full review, and more inf...

2017-02-16 16:02:01
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We're Obsessed with This Chili-Cheese Twist on Chex Mix — 10 Chex Mix Upgrades  

The combination of chili and cheese is always a party in your mouth — spicy, salty, and just enough of an umami kick to keep you coming back for more — so it makes sense that the flavor profile works wonders with a party snack like Chex Mix. All you need to make this happen is a little chili powder and cheddar cheese powder. READ MORE »

2017-02-16 15:40:13
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Can This Restaurant Deliver on Pittsburgh's Delicious Promise?  

An industry insider goes big with his solo debut "I've been cooking in Pittsburgh for a hell of a long time," says chef Derek Stevens a couple days before opening his debut restaurant. Stevens started cooking in Pittsburgh in the '90s, and his ties in the scene go deep, having spent the past 10 years with the prominent Big Burrito restaurant group as the executive chef at Eleven, the portfolio's upscale hit. Stevens has been making a name for himself locally, watching t...

2017-02-16 14:49:30
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How a Day Without Immigrants Affects Restaurants  

Some say it will cost them tens of thousands of dollars, but it's worth it What would America look like without immigrants? The satirical 2004 film A Day Without a Mexican explored this very idea, examining the massive disruption that would occur if one-third of California's population suddenly vanished. Fueled by the Trump administration's immigration ban and a recent surge of ICE raids and deportations across the nation, not to mention the President's own repeated anti-im...

2017-02-16 14:31:01
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Elise Kornack Will Close Michelin-Starred Restaurant Take Root  

A loss for New York City The day after being named a semifinalist for a James Beard Rising Star Chef award for her work at Take Root, Elise Kornack has announced that the restaurant will be closing in March. Kornack and wife Anna Hieronimus, the only two staff members at the 12-seat Brooklyn tasting menu destination, told Grub Street that the decision to close is about wanting to go out on high note and to work on their personal relationship, after having spent the past four year

2017-02-16 14:02:01
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Alton Brown Teases His Fans With This Cryptic Message, and It's Driving Us Crazy!  

I've said too much already. A post shared by Alton Brown (@altonbrown) on Feb 15, 2017 at 6:33pm PST Alton Brown posted this cryptic photo on Instagram with the caption, "I've said too much already." Fans were quick to comment, saying "that's CHOPPED font for sure." Alton followed up with a video and added, "Fun on the set of #chopped." Despite these hints, it's uncertain whether Alton will appear as a guest host, judge, or as a competitor. One Facebook commenter specu

2017-02-16 13:41:28
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Spoiler Alert: Peeps Oreos Are on Their Way to a Shelf Near You!  

It's not even Spring yet, but we have our mind on one very important springtime task: finding Peeps Oreos. They're real, and they're exactly as you'd image: golden Oreos filled with bright-pink Peeps marshmallow creme that appears to be speckled with sanding sugar, just like the exterior of a Peep. The packaging has no shame in admitting these cookies are artificially flavored, and we have no shame either - we can't wait to dig into a package of this limited-edition Eas

2017-02-16 13:39:28
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Are You a Homeschooling Family? Teach Them Diligently – I’m Speaking & Would Love to Meet YOU!  

This one is for my homeschooling friends!!! I’m thrilled to share that I will be speaking at all 4 of this spring’s Teach Them Diligently Events. And I will also be in the “Expo Hall,” in a fun, interactive and delicious-smelling booth! We will have our freezer cooking products for sale. We will be answering […]  

2017-02-16 13:39:23
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A Cheap, Colorful Alternative to Cloth Napkins — Party Tricks  

The party problem: You're throwing a Southern-themed brunch or dinner and aren't quite sure how to set the table. The party trick: Use bandanas as napkins. READ MORE »

2017-02-16 13:30:33
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For Pasta With Butternut Squash and Sage, Brown Butter Is Key  

Brown butter-based pasta sauces are some of the simplest things around. They're emulsions made with a flavorful fat and pasta cooking water that coats the pasta in a thin, creamy sheen of flavor. Throw in some sauteed squash and some sage and you've got yourself a great, 30-minute meal. It's a classic fall and winter dish that can be made right on the stovetop. Read More

2017-02-16 13:00:00
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5 Things to Know About Palmetto Bugs — Cleaning Tips from The Kitchn  

The first time I saw a palmetto bug, chilling on the wall of a New York City apartment, it scared the crap out of me. Not just because it was a bug that was bigger than my thumb (ew!), but because the freakin' thing could fly! I didn't think roaches could have wings. It turns out I was wrong. After chatting with Michael Bentley, an entomologist with the National Pest Management Association, I learned a few more things about these all-too-common critters. Here's what I found out

2017-02-16 12:46:20
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I Tried 6 New-to-Me Fruits and Here's What I Thought — Healthy Habit Challenge  

Welcome to our Healthy Habit Challenge! Instead of focusing on (impossible-to-keep) New Year's resolutions, we challenged four writers to start a new healthy habit. These challenges aren't about cutting out sugar or going on a diet, or focused on the negative. They're about doing something new and good — and making it second-nature. Here's how they went. Original challenge: My Healthy Habit Challenge: I'm Gonna Buy More than Four Types of Produce Last t...

2017-02-16 11:50:48
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Trump Taps Alexander Acosta for Department of Labor Secretary  

And Andrew Puzder will remain CEO of CKE Restaurants In the wake of Andrew Puzder's withdrawal from consideration for a cabinet appointment in the U.S. Department of Labor, President Donald Trump has a new pick for labor secretary. Alexander Acosta, the current dean of Florida International University's College of Law and a former member of the National Labor Relations Board, is Trump's new choice to head the department. Acosta's nomination comes after Senate Republicans...

2017-02-16 11:46:01
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Sriracha Seasoning Stix Are About to Make Your Food Really Lit  

Huy Fong Foods is partnering with Sugarmade to create seasoning sticks that will make it easier than ever to give all of your food that inimitable taste of sriracha. According to the newly launched website for the Sriracha Seasoning Stix, the product is meant to be cooked simultaneously with meat, fish, or poultry for added flavor and heat. Want some more good news? The sticks won't just be limited to the classic sriracha flavor. They'll also be releasing sriracha butter garlic sticks

2017-02-16 11:36:31
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Here's How You Can Get Even Closer to Having a Kitchen Like Ayesha Curry's  

A post shared by Ayesha Curry (@ayeshacurry) on Feb 15, 2017 at 4:21pm PST Ayesha curry is launching her own like of cookware! The Food Network host and author of The Seasoned Life shared an Instagram photo with the caption, "It's official! So excited to share that I'm working on a new cookware and kitchenware collection. Putting my heart and soul into every step and loving it! More details coming soon!!!" If Ayesha's gorgeous California kitchen is any indication of what her

2017-02-16 11:35:22
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Michael Bolton Goes Undercover at a Third Wave Coffee Shop  

Watch the adult contemporary superstar sing coffee orders Ultra-smooth crooner Michael Bolton is having a moment right now, thanks to the release of his tongue-in-cheek Netflix one-off Michael Bolton's Big, Sexy Valentine's Day Special. As a surprise for the hipsters of Los Angeles, Vanity Fair decided to insert Bolton behind the counter at popular third wave-coffee shop Alfred, and film him singing drink orders for unsuspecting customers. The trendy crowd instantly loves it....

2017-02-16 11:02:00
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How To Make Slow-Cooker Chex Party Mix — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Open Cooking Lesson window.ATGalleries = window.ATGalleries || {}; window.ATGalleries[53461] = {"id":53461,"type":"Cooking the cereals, chips, and nuts\u003c/b\u003e: Place the cereals, pretzels, bagel chips, other crackers, and nuts if using in a 6-quart (preferably oval-shaped) slow cooker. Using 2 wooden spoons, gently toss together

2017-02-16 10:56:31
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Recipe: Taylor Bird Sazerac — Recipes from the Road  

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 16.8px Helvetica; color: #494f50; -webkit-text-stroke: #494f50} span.s1 {font-kerning: none} The Sazerac is a beautiful drink in its simplicity. It is unique and exact. It requires technique and style. And each ingredient tells the history of New Orleans — the French absinthe, the American rye, the Louisiana sugar, the Caribbean bitters. (Even the Italian influence can be seen in the lemon peel.) It's no wonder the Sazerac is the ci...

2017-02-16 10:47:46
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Why Every Kitchen Needs a Salt Pig (or Two)  

Easy and immediate access to salt is one of the keys to a good kitchen setup. Your best bet: a salt pig or other dedicated large salt cellar. Maybe even more than one. Here's why. Read More

2017-02-16 10:30:00
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How One Restaurant in Afghanistan Improves the Lives of Women  

In Kabul, women gather to eat, cook, and find community On the side of a busy street in Kabul, Afghanistan, there is a restaurant that feels like an oasis away from the traffic jams, constant smog, and terrorist threats. Soothing piano music plays in the background as groups of young women enjoy traditional Afghan dishes. Bost, a restaurant for women — and entirely run by women — opened its doors in the capital of Afghanistan in September last year. Here, women can feel shelt...

2017-02-16 10:16:01
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How To Make Caramelized Onions in a Slow Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

For a busy cook, caramelized onions pose a conundrum. We love the rich, deeply savory flavor they add to everything from creamy pastas to burgers, but caramelizing onions — truly caramelizing them — requires more time than many of us have for your average weeknight recipe. Luckily, I have a solution: Get out your slow cooker and make a huge batch (you can freeze most of it to have on hand for future meals!). READ M...

2017-02-16 10:09:29
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When Is It Worth It to Buy Expensive Chocolate for a Recipe? — Chocolate Tips from The Kitchn  

I'm of the mind that chocolate, like pizza, falls firmly into the category of things that are good, even when they're not good. Face it — you've probably never bitten into a piece of chocolate and exclaimed, "I do not like this!" Yet there admittedly is a difference between a fancy, decadent baking chocolate versus a generic, store-brand kind. "The differences are usually in cocoa content and then the amount of added sugar in the chocolate," says Gesine Bullock-Prado, ...

2017-02-16 09:57:52
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Gladys Knight Gets Out of the Chicken-and-Waffles Business  

And other restaurant news to know today • Spurred on by a lawsuit filed last summer and a recently failed health inspection, soul legend Gladys Knight is finally out of the fried chicken business: Gladys Knight's Chicken & Waffles, which debuted in 1997, has been officially renamed World Famous Chicken & Waffles. In August 2016, Knight sued her son Shanga Hankerson, who founded the restaurants, in order to have her name and likeness removed from the mini-chain after it ...

2017-02-16 09:32:01
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What Is Bee Pollen (and Should You Care)? — Medicine vs. Myth  

Gwyneth Paltrow has promoted it as an "energy kick" on her lifestyle website, Goop; former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham counts it among the 60 supplements she takes daily; and "preppers," people who stockpile supplies and hone their survival skills in preparation for the end-of-days, are hoarding the stuff, believing in its potency as a compact nutritional powerhouse. If anecdotes are to be believed, we've got a magic bullet in bee pollen. Seasonal allergies? The perfect remedy. S

2017-02-16 09:27:20
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Why Does Guy Fieri Hate Eggs So Much?  

Eggs are off the menu in Flavortown World-famous culinary dude Guy Fieri consumes only the boldest of flavors, and eggs simply don't have what it takes. A recent Fieri interview with the Tampa Bay Times reveals the spiky-haired chef "notoriously" dislikes the breakfast staple: Oh, I eat eggs every once in a while. My buddy Andrew Zimmern, he was on the show in Minneapolis a couple of years ago, and they put a raw egg on the pizza and he said, "C'mon, eat it." Alright. Hard...

2017-02-16 09:14:08
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11 Classy Flasks for Drinking Anywhere — Shopping  

Truth: There are plenty of situations you'll encounter in your (civilized) adult life when a good flask would come in handy. Whether it's a tailgate party with dubious drink choices, a floor picnic in your living room, or anything in between, it's always good to literally have a flask in your back pocket. Check out our picks for awesome, grown-up flasks that'll turn every occasion into a party. READ MORE »

2017-02-16 08:55:51
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