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Make Your Own Fruit Leather

Make Your Own Fruit Leather

Remember fruit leather? The Fruit Roll-Ups brand popularized the sticky, flat sheets of puréed fruit in the early ’80s, marketing them a... READ MORE

Make Your Own Corn Dogs

Make Your Own Corn Dogs

Fried Kool-Aid, fried butter, and fried mashed-potatoes-on-a-stick may get more press, but let's be real: Corn dogs are still the tastiest ... READ MORE

7 Ice Pops That Break the Mold

7 Ice Pops That Break the Mold

These seven ice pop recipes are like a mini summer vacation, frozen on a stick. (As if that were possible. But still ...) They're inspired ... READ MORE

Make Your Own Mustard

Make Your Own Mustard

Mustard: ketchup's slightly less popular sidekick. When it comes to burgers, we still stick by this condiment duo. But mustard can also s... READ MORE

Make Your Own Kimchi

Make Your Own Kimchi

A ubiquitous side dish in Korean homes and restaurants, kimchi is made of salted vegetables that are tossed in seasonings and allowed to ... READ MORE

Make Your Own Pop Tarts

Make Your Own Pop Tarts

It was the breakfast version of the VHS vs. Betamax wars: In 1964, cereal company Post announced a ready-to-eat filled pastry called Count... READ MORE

Make Your Own Loaded Potato Skins

Make Your Own Loaded Potato Skins

The loaded potato skin: Often found at diners and bars, but best served at television-watching events in your own home—the Super Bowl... READ MORE

Make Your Own Potato Tots

Make Your Own Potato Tots

"Haute tots"? Yes, believe it. The starchy, pellet-shaped miniature hash browns you remember from the school lunch line are showing up on t... READ MORE

Easy Homemade Amaretto

Easy Homemade Amaretto

Amaretto always makes me think of my failed teenage attempts to raid my parents' liquor cabinet. Invariably, all I'd find was an ancient bottle of almond liqueur with its cap sealed shut by sugar. And prying it open would only get me a sugar high, not a buzz. READ MORE

Homemade Vegan Tofurkey That Tastes Good

Homemade Vegan Tofurkey That Tastes Good

Vegans and vegetarians always seem to get the shaft on Thanksgiving, filling up their plates with starchy side dishes while everyone else attacks the turkey. The easy alternative is sliding one of those rubbery premade faux-turkey roasts out of a plastic wrapper and plunking it down on the table. But we don't think that's good enough. Guests who don't want roasted turkey still deserve an impressive homemade main dish. READ MORE