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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



ABC Cancels 'The Chew' After Seven Seasons  

The show's most high-profile co-host, Mario Batali, was fired following sexual misconduct allegations in 2017 The next season of The Chew will be its last. ABC confirmed today that it's canceling the celebrity chef-hosted daytime talk show, Deadline reports. The Emmy Award-winning program is presently hosted by chefs Michael Symon, Carla Hall, fashion consultant Clinton Kelly, and, until recently, chef Mario Batali. Batali was suspended and ultimately fired from the show...

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2018-05-23 15:17:55



McDonald's Employees Expose On-the-Job Sexual Harassment  

In a new filing with the EEOC, 10 workers, all women of color, say they were harassed by managers and co-workers Last year, while working at a New Orleans McDonald's, Tanya Harrel experienced sexual harassment twice in the span of a single month. First it was the male coworker with whom she had thought she had a platonic friendship. That feeling ended we he started groping her against her will, often when she was washing dishes and there were no cameras keeping watch. "He ...

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2018-05-23 14:55:36



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



Watch: The Jewish Roots of Rome's Iconic Fried Artichoke Dish  

Dining on a Dime heads to Nonna Betta to sample the Jewish-Roman staple Rome's old Jewish Quarter is where many of the city's culinary traditions originated — most of them during the hundreds of years of oppression the local Jewish population experienced starting in the 1500s — before those dishes made it into the city's mainstream eating culture. Fried artichokes are the prime example, known locally and lovingly as carciofi alla Giudia (Jewish-style artichoke). It ...

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2018-05-23 13:31:01



Kombucha's Health Benefits Might Be a Fantasy. That Doesn't Matter  

Kombucha's unlikely rise from Soviet elixir to modern-day miracle drink In May of 1995, Ruth Patras realized that something was wrong with her 5-week-old daughter, Ciara. Initially happy and healthy, about a month after Ciara was born, the whites of her eyes started to turn yellow. Over the next few days, the color deepened, and her appetite diminished. Patras took Ciara to her pediatrician, who sent the family to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Tests revealed that Cia...

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2018-05-23 13:18:28



What the Failure of the Farm Bill Means for Good Food Advocates  

Last week's collapse of the bill surprised many, but it's too soon to declare it a win This story originally appeared on Civil Eats. • Congress's Farm Bill, meant to replace the one set to expire in September 2018, did not have enough votes to pass last week. It included language that would have cut programs supporting environmental conservation efforts and impose new requirements on recipients of SNAP benefits (food stamps). • Many progressives viewed the failure...

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2018-05-23 12:45:28



Why Tex Mex Never Gets Its Due  

A deep dive into a much loved, under-appreciated regional cuisine with experts Meghan McCarron and Mando Rayo on the Eater Upsell This week on the Eater Upsell, we delve into all the issues raised by writer Meghan McCarron's March feature on Tex Mex cuisine. She appears on the show along with taco journalist Mando Rayo to discuss the origins of Tex Mex, why the cuisine doesn't get the same respect as barbecue, the dual negative effects of Taco Bell and Mexican scholar Diana...

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2018-05-23 12:35:41



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



Watch: How a Glass Master Makes Iconic Neon Signs for Restaurants  

How to Make It visits Brooklyn Glass to demo glass blowing "I don't think people realize that these aren't being mass produced," says Katie Pickens about neon signs during her visit to Brooklyn Glass — a Brooklyn-based glass blowing factory that specializes in making neon art. Co-owner David Ablon notes that neon recently celebrated its 100 year anniversary, but it's only recently that new restaurants have embedded the trend into their designs. In this episode of ...

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2018-05-23 11:15:37



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



Donald Trump Is Not Welcome in Robert De Niro's Restaurants   

Nobu is off-limits for the POTUS When he's not playing the cranky grandpa in movies that people typically only watch on airplanes, screen legend Robert De Niro spends his days opening new Nobu restaurants all around the world with his business partner of 25 years, chef Nobu Matsuhisa. The famous friends own dozens of restaurants and a bunch of hotels that tend to attract absurdly wealthy tycoons and Hollywood heavy-hitters. But there's one very famous person who you won't...

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2018-05-23 10:25:09



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



German Buttercream Is Vanilla Pudding Whipped With Butter. What's Not to Like?  

This old-school frosting combines whipped butter with a thick vanilla custard, which gives it flavor, sweetness, and stability all at the same time. While it tastes like the creamiest vanilla soft serve, it's a buttercream with more than enough structure to support even the tallest layer cake. Its light simplicity is a natural match for dense and nutty European tortes, while that same fluffiness makes it equally well-suited to even a down-home Texas sheet cake.

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2018-05-23 07:45:04



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



Watch: Stephen Colbert Made 'Cum' Cakes After Publix's Censorship Fiasco  

Plus, New York City is getting another Chick-fil-A, and more food news Try not to blush while reading this: After a Publix grocery store bakery censored the Latin word "cum" out of a message on a cake that was meant for a summa cum laude high school graduate, Late Night host Stephen Colbert tackled the topic in his Tuesday monologue. The segment ended with Colbert presenting a tray of "cum cakes" and promising to send them to the grad. Watch the clip below: The ...

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2018-05-22 15:39:03



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



The 18 Essential Restaurants in Oaxaca   

Where to find magnificent moles, crisp tlayudas, and suckling pig tacos in one of Mexico's most famous food towns Just a 45-minute flight from Mexico City, Oaxaca City is a photogenic gem with colorful colonial-era streets, majestic Baroque churches, and charming plazas. Expats and bohemians have long called this small yet lively city home thanks to its rich multicultural arts scene and, more importantly, Oaxaca's unique and complex regional cuisine. In recent years, Oaxa...

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2018-05-22 13:05:54



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



Artichokes à la Barigoule: A Simple French Dish With a Twisted History  

Artichokes à la barigoule is one of the most famous springtime vegetable dishes from Provence, France. Here we show you how to cook it two ways: one more modern (and ancient) that is simple, light and bright; the other a richer, more deeply flavored version with mushrooms, that was popular many decades ago. Read More

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2018-05-22 13:00:40



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



Watch: Tokyo's Tuna King Reigns at Tsukiji Fish Market  

How Yukitaka Yamaguchi sells fish to over 1,000 restaurants Tokyo's Tsukiji Market is home to hundreds of fishmongers, and the king among them is Yukitaka Yamaguchi. For 35 years now, Yamaguchi has been buildling the brand of Yamayuki Group — the seafood purveying company that Yamaguchi started with his father that provides fish for over 1,000 restaurants around the world. The Yamayuki Group offers five varieties of fish to its customers: bluefin tuna, big-eyed tuna, yell...

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2018-05-22 11:35:20



Publix Refuses to Write 'Cum' on 'Summa Cum Laude' Graduation Cake  

This cake tarnished one graduate's very special day If you want to buy a cake for a student who's graduating "with the highest distinction," do not go to popular Southeastern grocery store chain Publix, because, as one mom in Charleston, South Carolina, recently found out, the chain will refuse to write the middle word in "summa cum laude" on the pastry. Cara Koscinski decided to order a cake for her son's graduation party using the Publix website, which lets...

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2018-05-22 10:33:45



McDonald's Bites at Dunkin' With Breakfast Catering Test Run  

Plus, Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville musical is a flop, and more food news McDonald's is testing breakfast catering in Orlando. The fast-food behemoth is using the UberEats delivery service and selling packages that can serve six, 12, or 18 people. It seems Mickey D's is doubling down on breakfast after implementing all-day service ended a years-long sales slump for the chain. Rock-and-roller Dave Grohl, lead singer of the Foo Fighters, made a surprise appearance as...

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2018-05-22 10:31:18



21 Memorial Day Salads to Balance Out All That Meat  

You're going to need something bright and fresh—or, at least, something cool—to cut through all those smoky meats. Read More

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2018-05-22 10:30:39



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



Jim Meehan's Chicago Bar, Prairie School, Shuttering After Eight Months  



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2018-05-22 09:32:01



At Atelier Crenn, Modernism Expresses the Chef's Childhood Memories  

Dominique Crenn's tasting-menu flagship is as thrilling as ever This post originally appeared in Bill Addison's newsletter "Notes From a Roving Critic," a twice-monthly dispatch from Bill's travels across the country. Subscribe now. Hello from Brooklyn, where I'm packing for a three-week road trip through California. Eater's travel editor Lesley Suter and I are working on a whopping project — as in, this kind of project — so I'll be roaming from Sacrament...

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2018-05-22 09:12:02



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



A Rare Treat In A Soft Shell  

The California desert is definitely not the home of the blue crab. But that is where I was, browsing the aisles of the upscale market Bristol Farms when I spotted a sign in the fish case declaring the arrival of the season's first shipment of soft shell blue crabs. Finding crab in the desert is not too hard if you are looking for the iced down king crab legs at a casino buffet. But blue crabs, especially the soft shell variety, now those are something far rarer, which is why I did not hesitate t

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2018-05-22 01:11:45



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



A Guide to Navigating Netflix's Food-Filled Reality Show 'Terrace House'   

Everything you need to know about the Japanese-language TV series that's become a cult hit in America With each passing month, Netflix offers more and more original programming aimed at markets all around the globe. One prime example is Terrace House, the Japanese-language unscripted series that's not quite like any reality television you've seen before. It's a fascinating show that's full of gorgeous food and relationships that often blossom around the dinner table....

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2018-05-21 16:36:39



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



Sweetbitter's Third Episode Kicks the Restaurant Drama Into High Gear  

Things heat up between staffers at the restaurant with no name In the latest episode of the Starz restaurant drama Sweetbitter, the young protagonist, Tess (played by Ella Purnell), enters a fling with a co-worker and learns about an intriguing relationship between her mentor, Simone (Caitlin FitzGerald), and a former employee. "Everyone Is Soigne" begins with Tess dropping a hot plate in the kitchen. To help improve her plate-carrying skills, she invites fellow backwaite...

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2018-05-21 12:53:15



A Restaurant I'll Go to for Its Name Alone  

From the Editor: Denver's pan-Latin dim sum, a new awards ceremony nobody asked for, and more in food last week This post originally appeared on May 19, 2018, in Amanda Kludt's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. Opening of the week: Super Mega Bien Photo by Ryan Dearth/Eater Denver The space was designed by LIVstudio, a RiNo-based ...

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2018-05-21 11:50:09



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



Twitter Unleashes Fury on Food Network Host Josh Denny Over 'N-Word' Comments  

The host has been slammed for comparing "straight white male" to the "n-word"  Josh Denny, a stand-up comedian who is perhaps best known as the host of Food Network series Ginormous Food, invoked the wrath of Twitter over the weekend by asserting that "straight white male" is a derogatory term tantamount to the most offensive word in the English language: "Straight White Male" has become this century's N-Word. It's used to offend and diminish the...

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2018-05-21 10:42:02



Want Better Working Conditions in Restaurants? Build a Co-op  

When employees make decisions and advocate for themselves, good things happen At Blue Scorcher in the seaside town of Astoria, Oregon, customers count on a few things. There's, of course, the golden braids of challah and the crisp loaves of sourdough, but also those flaky pinwheel pastries that go so well with the cafe's frothy honey-cardamom lattes. But for the workers who find their way to Blue Scorcher, the business means much more than artisan breads and a paycheck. "...

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2018-05-21 10:15:48



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



Royal Wedding Guests Played Beer Pong at the Post-Ceremony Reception  

Plus, Food & Wine released its best-new-chefs list, and more food news to start the week Get ready for some juicy new details regarding the royal wedding between American actress Meghan Markle and Brit-with-good-bloodlines Prince Harry. At the exclusive reception, guests sipped on vintage Pol Roger Champagne and ate locally raised pork belly. And, perhaps to make the Americans feel at home, there was beer pong. Take a peek at the complete reception menu. Meanwhile, Markl

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2018-05-21 09:56:17



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 Waffle Makers  

We rigorously tested the top 12 waffle maker models, including both Belgian-style and American-style irons, to find you the ones that consistently make the best waffles. Read More

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2018-05-21 07:45:56



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



Mini Cuban Sandwiches  

A good Cuban sandwich is unbeatable. The combination of roast pork and Swiss balanced by the crisp bite of dill pickle hits the spot. Slice them up small to throw on a party platter or use as appetizers.

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2018-05-21 06:32:59



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



You Officially No Longer Need to Buy Anything to Sit Inside Starbucks  

No purchase? No problem. The coffee chain is now officially open to all It's official: No one needs to buy anything to sit inside a Starbucks. The coffee company's announcement was sent to all staffers over the weekend. Called the "Third Place Policy," it reads in part: "We want our stores to be the third place, a warm and welcoming environment where customers can gather and connect. Any customer is welcome to use Starbucks spaces, including our restrooms, cafes and...

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2018-05-20 22:01:01



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



Leftover Pie  

When it says leftover, it means leftover. Leftover rice, leftover veggies, and leftover protein team up in a flaky pie crust for a truly clean-out-the-fridge dinner that's much tastier than the sum of its parts.

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2018-05-20 01:39:52



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



I Tried the Cult-Favorite Grilling Accessory I Keep Seeing on TV — Here's What I Thought — Shopping  

I have all the tools I could possibly need for my gas grill — a cast iron plancha, remote thermometer, metal box for wood chips — and I love them all. There's one thing I never really loved, though: the stainless steel vegetable basket. It definitely keeps small foods from falling through the grates, but it's too small itself to effectively grill these items without crowding. However, a new breed of copper grill mats aims to solve this problem. They're super-thin, flexible sheet...

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2018-05-19 10:29:23



5 Quick and Easy Spring Dinners — Next Week's Meal Plan  

Some weeks, meal planning is the only defense we have against eating out or hitting a drive-thru every single night. When our schedules are super busy or we just have a lot of fun stuff on the calendar, selecting a week's worth of super-fast and easy recipes is the only way to ensure that dinner at home happens. Twenty minutes seems about the perfect amount of time for a speedy dinner that tastes better than takeout but still gets us at the table and out the door in under an h

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2018-05-19 09:56:56



The 5 Biggest Food News Stories You Missed This Week — ICYMI  

Did you watch the royal wedding this morning? That's all everyone seems to be able to talk about this week. While I can't say I'm sad that people won't be speculating on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding food anymore, it's been fun to follow along the last couple months. This week in food news we looked at the weirdest things food brands made to celebrate the happy nuptials, and also looked into Whole Foods' new savings program for Prime members. Read on for what else you

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2018-05-19 09:32:37



The Best Moments of Anthony Bourdain's Visit to Armenia on 'Parts Unknown'  

A roundup of the most memorable lines and scenes from this week's episode of CNN's hit travel show Some episodes of Anthony Bourdain's CNN travel show Parts Unknown are chock full of food porn and hilarious one-liners, while others offer a solemn look at life in places that have gone through a lot of turmoil. The Armenia episode definitely falls into the latter category. While there are moments of levity and quite a few memorable meals, a lot of screen time is devoted to ...

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2018-05-19 09:02:02



How To Make a No-Bake Icebox Cake — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Right about the time you pull the white sandals and beach gear out of the closet, big, easy, and delicious party desserts also come into high style. What are you taking to that family potluck or graduation party this month? May I suggest the easiest yet most impressive dessert I know? It doesn't even require an oven! The icebox cake is a no-bake confection that needs literally no cooking or baking, and yet it yields what you would swear are slices of tender cake layers, fill

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2018-05-19 07:08:17



So Smart: Make Your Own "Tortillas" Out of Celery Root — 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. I've seen my fair share of great vegetable substitutions for recipes. Whether you're trying to eat low-carb, don't eat meat, or just want more vegetables in your life, there's bound to be some veggie swap you can try as a substitute in a traditional recipe. I'm a big fan of vegetable bacon (like this eggplant one) and zoodles are a gre

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2018-05-19 03:48:29



Slow Cooked Vietnamese Pork  

This sweet and savory dish with deep flavors from rich caramel, fish sauce, garlic and shallots cooks up to perfection in a slow cooker and goes beautifully with rice.

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2018-05-19 02:02:02






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