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For Meat Lovers, Under-the-Radar Lamb Neck Is Truly a Cut Above

Isaac Toups knew that it wasn’t going to be business as usual for his first solo effort. The New Orleans-based chef and Emeril Lagasse disciple had spent years honing his

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10 Clever Fruit Bowls to Show Off Your Fall Produce

Autumn is apple-picking season and there’s no better way to show off the fruits of your labor than a decorative bowl. Whether you’re wild about wood or fancy a more

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Famous Fall Recipes from 10 Iconic Chefs

If you asked a room full of chefs their very favorite season to cook, you could expect a variety of answers. What you can bet they’d all agree on, however,

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These Fall-Inspired Chicken Parmesan Dishes More Than Hit the Spot

Forget that whole, “can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” “so last season” thing. Chicken parm ain’t having it.

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How to Make Easy Beer Bread

Baking homemade bread may be the epitome of cozy domesticity, but it can also be intimidating when you’re dealing with yeast, multiple rises, and long resting times. Quick bread, as

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Vermont Is the Ultimate Fall Food Destination

The Green Mountain state lives up to its name. Vermont is full of lush, verdant countryside. And from this land comes a bounty of amazing food. One resident told me

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How to Stock a Medicinal Pantry

Today, health and wellness doesn’t just mean going for a run then chugging a glass of orange juice. While parts of the world like Asia have long-embraced natural ingredients such

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A Guide to Gluten Free Fall Pasta

Fall is the perfect time to cozy up with warm, hearty pasta dishes, but you don’t have to miss out on comfort food if you’re gluten free. There are gluten-free

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How to Make Fall-Themed Empanadas

Samosas. Calzones. Bao buns. Hot Pockets. Across the globe, we all seem to agree that encasing food in bread is a capital idea. In Spain and Latin America, this dish

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The Ultimate “Farewell Summer, Hello Fall” Guide

Threshold seasons—the few weeks when one season is ending and a new one’s launching, with the produce overlap that happens—are some of our favorite things on the yearly food calendar.

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What Is Chowder and Why Is It the Perfect Fall Food?

I’m generally sad to see summer go, but there’s one food item I’ve really missed this past few months: soup. With the changing of the seasons, there’s no soup more

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The History of Peking Duck

There’s more than one way to roast a duck. That’s not an expression, but it is true. And of the many ways to roast a duck, there must then be

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Party Food Ideas Inspired by This Year’s Emmy Nominees

Who doesn’t love a good awards show viewing party—when it’s combined with an even better party spread? When Hollywood hands out a few statues for TV’s best this Monday night,

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What’s the Difference Between Soup and Stew?

First of all, they’re both usually served in a bowl and consumed with a spoon—but what’s the actual difference between soup and stew? It turns out it’s a fine line—while

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These Are the Best Slow Cookers for Every Personality and Situation

Slow cookers and Crock-Pots are pretty great appliances. They can cook hearty, heaping piles of meat, comforting soups and stews, even breakfast and dessert, all in the most delightfully hands-off

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The History of American Brown Bread

“Eat more fiber.” “Whole grains are better for you.”` Over the past few decades, eating brown bread has become associated with being more health conscious, and it’s actually still trending.

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12 Budget-Friendly Slow Cooker Meals to Serve a Crowd

If you’re trying to throw a dinner party, a slow cooker may become your new best friend. If you make a few key decisions ahead of time, you can have

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10 Rice Recipes for the Slow Cooker

Header image: Slow Cooker Spanish Rice Recipe from Chowhound Rice in the slow cooker? Yes, indeed! That kitchen appliance best known for turning out braises and stews can deliver grains that

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A Fall Chili Dish for Every Personality

It’s time to drive the coziness factor into full effect. Oversized sweaters, warm blankets, and—most importantly—comfort food are essential staples for the cooler months. If you’re going to be stuck

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Fall Recipes You Can Make with Just Your NutriBullet

If you’re anything like me (and many other food-minded Millennials), you love to cook but you don’t exactly have the counter space or budget to stock up on fancy appliances.

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15 Crowd-Pleasing Family Meals from the Slow Cooker

Even if you’re the world’s most avid home cook, let’s be honest: Between work, family commitments, and now, holiday shopping, sometimes you just need to get dinner done. For those

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