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9 Newer Cookbooks by Women That Deserve Their Place in History

Whether you dabble in collecting recipes or consider yourself a cookbook connoisseur, it can be a challenge to determine which ones are actually worth owning. Cookbooks—especially those published recently—are an

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These Regional Chains Need to Expand Nationwide

Despite some progress, “chain” is still considered a dirty word in the food world—and for good reason. From to sea to shining sea, our country is littered with restaurant franchises

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St. Patrick’s Day Cocktails That Are Better Than Gold

Whether you’re celebrating by heading to your favorite St. Patrick’s Day parade or just hanging out at home with family and friends, we’ve got an amazing cocktail for you. From

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What Is the Difference Between Corned Beef And Pastrami?

Have you ever been sitting at a deli and thought, “What is the difference between corned beef and pastrami?” Yeah, me too. When I was younger, I feel like I

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The Must-Attend American Beer Fests of 2019

Taking a cue from the world of music, the craft beer industry is currently in a festival frenzy. No matter where you live or the style of beer you prefer,

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Who Really Invented Sloppy Joes?

Some foods are saddled with unfortunate names. Other foods, though they may be delicious, have the bad luck to look pretty terrible. And then there are those humble underdogs that

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What Is the Difference Between a Fruit and a Vegetable?

Tomato, tomahto. Potato, potahto. If you’re here to settle a produce aisle bet on matters of semantics where edible plant varieties are concerned—”What is the difference between a fruit and

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What Is the Difference Between Brisket and Texas Brisket?

Maybe you’ve never wondered, “What is the difference between brisket and Texas brisket?”—maybe you didn’t even know there were multiple types of brisket. But there is a difference, and it’s

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The 9 Best YouTube Cooking Shows for Vegans

Vegans on YouTube tend to be passionate and march to the beat of their own drum. That’s certainly the case for the best YouTube cooking shows for vegans. These creators

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9 Lessons We’ve Learned From ‘Queer Eye’ About Hosting a Little Gathering

We’ve all seen the emotionally charged trailer and there’s no doubt you’re ready to binge watch Netflix’s third season of the gloriously addictive “Queer Eye” (maybe while doing some serious

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Chowhound Recommends: Best Products To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Welcome to Chowhound Recommends, Chowhound’s weekly series where our staff shares our favorite food and kitchen items around a central theme. This week we’re getting lucky with our favorite products

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Friday Food Finds: Starburst Duos, Meatless Bacon Chips, Dairy-Free Jeni’s Ice Cream, and More!

Another cold and dreary Friday. WTF, Spring? We’ve already sprung forward, so let’s have temperatures do the same. If you’re anything like me and plan to hibernate this weekend (sorry,

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Snacks You’ll Need For Netflix’s New Season of ‘Queer Eye’ (Yes, They All Taste Better With Salty Tears)

She’s back! The new season of Netflix’s “Queer Eye” premieres March 15th, meaning you better start prepping couch-friendly, delicious snacks that taste better with your tears and will last you

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What Is the Difference Between a Pie and a Tart?

What is it about pie that makes feel all warm and gooey inside? Maybe it’s how warm and gooey pie is…inside. While scientists continue to debate the matter, along with

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Refreshing Green Brunch Drinks to Celebrate Springtime

Spring is synonymous with life, and while allergy sufferers would probably like life to take somewhat of a chill pill, there’s no denying the excitement of seeing more green outside.

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Matcha Green Tea

If your morning brew is in need of a green upgrade, look no further than still-trendy matcha green tea powder. The super healthy, super caffeinated drink has been creeping its

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9 Underrated Winter Greens to Rely on Through Spring

When the colder-weather months begin to arrive, eating seasonally can seem daunting. The vegetables you’ve relied on all summer and fall are quickly consumed during the great harvest, while the

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15 Savory Pies for a Well-Rounded Dinner

Think pie and your mental image probably skews sweet, but there’s a whole world of savory pies that are just as crave-worthy as any dessert. Based on Google’s Pi Day

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The Most Popular Pie in Every State

Pie in any form is a nearly perfect food, and while Pi Day may have been inspired by a mathematical concept, it’s become inextricable from America’s favorite circular dessert-in-a-crust. In

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The Best Pie Plates for Showcasing Your Blue Ribbon Desserts

Whether you’re baking a pie packed with holiday-appropriate pumpkin or pecans, flavored with year-round favorite chocolate, or bursting with summer fruit—or making a savory pie for that matter—you’re going to

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Pi Day: Everything You Need to Know About This Deliciously Nerdy Holiday

Pie-eating contests, recitations of long strings of digits, and poetry—today is the day to geek out to celebrate the beauty and mystery of pi.

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