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9 Turkey Meatloaf Recipes That Keep Things Interesting

Without turkey meatloaf, our weeknight menus would be a lot more boring. The easy, home-style dish usually makes it into our two-week rotation. But even the tastiest dish can get

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How to Make Healthy Mac and Cheese

Healthy pasta sounds a little suspicious, right? And healthy mac and cheese sounds like a total oxymoron. Our classic mac and cheese recipe contains a full quart of whole milk,

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Gifts for Those Who Indulge in the Guiltiest of Food Pleasures

Holiday gifting is often a balancing act between want and need. While there’s obvious logic in giving someone something practical, something they need, I think we can all agree it’s

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9 Reasons to Cook Fried Chicken this Weekend

You never need an excuse for making fried chicken. Check out these recipes that will make your mouth water and are a perfect dish to serve for a simple fall supper

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Stock Your Freezer with These Fall Comfort Foods

Autumn’s shorter and shorter days make it hard to get home and cook dinner before it’s pitch black and all you really feel like doing is crawling into bed. Here

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Essential Potato Soups to Add to Your Repertoire

Potatoes have a symbiotic relationship with the soup pot. They give soups body, a textural richness that signals comfort. They also enhance other flavors, provide a neutral base for corn

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6 Killer Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup Combos

Remember your first taste of a grilled cheese with tomato soup? Well, processed cheese and canned soup are for five-year-olds. Blow that memory away with one of these killer grilled

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11 Soup and Thermos Pairings to Tote Around During the Fall

As I recently noticed the days getting shorter and the leaves changing color, I had two realizations: 1) It’s fall and 2) I’ve been wasting the last 20 years of

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What Is the Difference Between Regular and Sicilian Pizza?

According to rules of etiquette, one should refrain from discussing potentially contentious topics in polite conversation. Think politics, religion, or even sports. In my opinion, the question of where you

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Minestrone Is a Seasonal Soup: 7 Recipes to Prove It

The simple Italian vegetable soup known as minestrone is a wonder of improvisation and the changing realities of fridge and pantry. In high summer, it’s a soup that highlights tender,

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What Is the Difference Between Japanese and Korean Fried Chicken?

Fried chicken is an indelible part of our nation’s culinary landscape from the wings of Buffalo, to the hotness of Nashville, and, of course, those unmistakable craggy ridges of Kentucky.

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The History of the Candy Apple

Perfect fall apples are a prize all on their own, but it’s understandable if they seem even more appealing enrobed in sugary coatings. And we’d make a case that candied

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What Is the Difference Between Chowder and Bisque?

What’s the difference between chowder and bisque? C’mon, it’s obvious.

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A Bevy of Butternut Squash Soups to Keep You Cozy Through the Fall

Butternut squash soup is one of those signature dishes that reminds everyone of fall. Almost too good to be true, it’s incredibly simple and requires little more than some patience

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What Is the Difference Between Red, Green, and Yellow Apples?

We’ve officially reached peak apple (and apple-picking for Instagram) season, and so to keep up with the spirit of the times, we thought it’d be good to break down a

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Can You Really Die from Eating Apple Seeds?

The short answer to the title question posed here is: yes. But before you up and toss the literal fruits of your actual labor this apple picking season, let’s have

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How to Use Apple Butter (and How to Make It in a Slow Cooker)

Apple butter: Each year, it seems to solidify its place as a fall staple and a treasured hipster holiday gift, making an appearance in your better-than-average gift basket. If you’ve

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Forbidden Fruit: An Exploration of the Apple in Historical and Popular Culture

Confession: There’s no way for this essay not to end with “how do you like them apples?” so in order to at least attempt to flip the script, here it

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What Is the Difference Between a Candy Apple and a Caramel Apple?

It seems obvious, doesn’t it? Even if they’re not side by side in front of your eyes, the answer is right there in the names. Still, plenty of people use

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How Did the Most Popular Apples Get Their Names?

There’s a plethora of perfect produce this time of year, and our favorite seasonal snack happens to come in a whole range of colors, shapes, sizes, textures, and—names? Yes, naturally:

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11 Apple-Inspired Cocktails Perfect for Any Fall Gathering

Fall flavors like apple and cinnamon are perfect pairings for a delicious and seasonally appropriate cocktail.

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