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These Colorful Frying Pans Are 50% off and Benefit Restaurants Hit by COVID-19

Made In is one of our absolute favorite new cookware brands for quality stainless and carbon-steel frying pans. Not to mention sharp-as-heck knives and seriously handsome cutting boards delivered straight

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How to Create a Coffee Station in Your Kitchen

Setting up a coffee station in your home is not only a super easy DIY project, but it will improve your mornings immeasurably. Here’s how to create a kitchen coffee

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The Key to Making Detroit-Style Pizza at Home

Detroit-style pizza is a glorious thing, but you don’t have to be in the Motor City to try it (nor do you have to pay a premium to order it

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Celebrate the Most Significant Women in American Culinary History

Throughout International Women’s Month, Chowhound is sharing stories from and about a wealth of women entrepreneurs, businesses, chefs, and cookbook writers who have all found success in the food space.

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How to Nail Your Next Virtual Happy Hour or Dinner Party 

Staying in is the new going out—at least for now—and we’ve some fun ideas for making the most of your next virtual hang, happy hour, or dinner party while stuck at

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Sourdough Starter Tips & Tricks for Beginners

Sourdough is having a moment—many people are hunkering down at home and embarking on new projects, including baking homemade bread. Using store-bought yeast is one option, but making a sourdough

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A Bedroom Makeover Is the Perfect Spring Cleaning Project

Spring cleaning projects don’t have to be relegated to the public areas of your house; it’s a great time to tackle a bedroom makeover too—and there are easy ways to

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The Shocking Truth Behind the Triscuit Name

I love learning about the genesis of odd food names (and words in general), so the recent revelation about the origin of Triscuit crackers’ memorable moniker has completely delighted me.

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Samin Nosrat’s New Podcast Tackles Cooking (& Anxiety) in the Age of Quarantine

Samin Nosrat, the bubbly chef, New York Times columnist, and author of “Salt Fat Acid Heat” (hit cookbook turned TV series) has launched a new limited-run quarantine cooking podcast. With

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15 Canned Sardine Hacks for a Better Snack

Why these small fish should not be overlooked.

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Pickle Juice Beyond Shots: Creative Ways to Use Your Leftover Pickle Brine

Once you finish a jar of pickles, what do you do with the abundance of tangy, salty brine left behind? If you’re like most people, the probable answer is: Throw

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How to Make Cream Cheese Frosting without Butter

Cream cheese frosting is a favorite, but if you’re out of one of the crucial ingredients, can you make cream cheese frosting without butter? Sure can!

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What Are the Best Food Podcasts Right Now?

Looking for the best food podcast to listen to right now? These are some of our favorites.

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How to Cook Healthy Meals When You’re Self Isolating Inside

During the coronavirus pandemic, minimizing our exposure to others is the most important thing many of us can do. That said, avoiding restaurants means we can quickly run out of

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How to Keep Yourself Calm, Well-Fed, and Healthy Right Now

If coronavirus concerns have you worrying about the logistics of self-isolating and quarantine—or at least wondering how to stock your pantry, use what’s in it, and keep everything clean—you’re in

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Make Healthy ‘Fried’ Snacks with This $20 Air Fryer

Do you know that old expression, “full of hot air”? Well, that’s a good thing in 2020 thanks to air fryers, which imitate our favorite fried foods — chicken wings,

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How to Fall in Love with Beans: Try This Hearty Nigerian Stew

Of all the ingredients in the world, we’d wager that beans certainly aren’t the most glamorous. But Joe Yonan, the food and travel editor for The Washington Post, has made

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Here’s Everything to Know About Egg Alternatives in Baking and Cooking

If you’re new to plant-based eating, knowing which egg substitute to choose can be tricky; egg alternatives are many, and which one you want depends on what exactly you’re making.

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Straight From the Source: What Is Detroit-Style Pizza?

What is Detroit-style pizza, exactly? And how was it invented? Glad you asked.

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How to Make Creamy Egg Salad Sans Mayonnaise

A simple and decidedly humble dish, egg salad is nonetheless pretty easy to screw up. Proportions are key, and that mostly means a judicious hand with the mayonnaise. No one

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How Distilleries Are Switching from Spirits to Hand Sanitizers to Help Fight Coronavirus

From celebrities and chefs to local food banks and grassroots organizations, people everywhere have been pitching in to help mitigate the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on our communities—and some

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