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Make Your Own Peeps and Put the Easter Bunny Out of Business

Our senior video producer, Guillermo Riveros, learned how to make homemade Peeps from chef Michelle Doll at NY Cake last year, and we’re bringing the lesson back into the spotlight

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How to Curate Your Cookbook Collection, According to Organization Experts

If you’re anything like us, you have a robust home cookbook library—maybe too robust. In the spirit of spring cleaning (and keeping yourself busy if you need distractions during the

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These Are the Most Popular Recipes on Pinterest Right Now

As we continue to spend more time at home, we may find ourselves reaching toward the kitchen, spending days feeding our newly-named sourdough starter or making an enormous portion of

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How to Make Easy Beer Bread When Sourdough Is Too Intimidating

Baking homemade bread may be the epitome of cozy domesticity (and the hot new quarantine activity), but it can also be intimidating when you’re dealing with yeast, multiple rises, and

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11 Cocktail Ingredients You Have Hiding in Your Kitchen

Making a cocktail doesn’t have to involve esoteric mixers and nine different kinds of alcohol, as these easy mixed drinks prove. They’re made from ingredients you probably already have on

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Delicious New Tricks for Canned Tomatoes from Two ‘Top Chef’ Alums

Canned tomatoes are a must-stock pantry staple for cooks around the world, including the two ‘Top Chef France’ contestants who shared some new tricks for making this humble ingredient sing.

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7 Fried Rice Recipes That Are Even Better Than Delivery

Fried rice is easy to make at home, which is a good thing when you’re trying to minimize your takeout orders (whether for budgetary reasons or because coronavirus is causing

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The Best New Cookbooks for Spring 2020

Springtime means warmer, sunnier days, an influx of new seasonal ingredients, as well as plenty of cookbooks you’ll want to add to your bookcase. And as the coronavirus continues across

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Jumpstart Breakfast with These Effortless Homemade Pop-Tarts

These days, I am spending a lot of time with my kids. It’s proven to be my chance to create fun, pantry-friendly desserts that not only break up the day,

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A $50 Instant Pot Multicooker Will Recharge Mealtime

We’re nearly through with week three of quarantine, and you’re probably either finding your groove in the kitchen or ready to burn it all down and start over. Either way, an easy

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When Is Amazon Prime Day 2020? And What Kinds of Deals Can You Expect?

As you may have expected, Amazon Prime Day 2020 will likely be delayed by coronavirus, with a new Reuters report suggesting that Prime Day will not happen until at least

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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 got some fun ideas for making the most of your next virtual happy hour, hang, or dinner party while stuck

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How to Make a Healthy Easter Basket for Your Kid

Do healthy Easter baskets sound like an oxymoron—or just plain impossible? You want to see your children’s eyes light up when they see their Easter baskets, but you don’t want

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How to Get Grease and Oil Out of Fabric

No use crying over spilled ghee…or olive oil—here’s to to get grease and oil out of your shirt, tablecloth, or kitchen towels.

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Avoid This One Mistake When Storing Your Potatoes

If you’ve been paying attention to the experts, you know that we needn’t be hoarding anything during the COVID-19 outbreak—so please don’t—but keeping your fridge and pantry well-stocked while we wait

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Throw a Fiesta with These Easy Turkey Taquitos

With trips to the grocery store few and far between, creativity in the kitchen has become more important than ever. For instance, last night I defrosted some ground turkey for

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The Best Food Shows on Hulu To Binge Right Now

If you’re a television fanatic who streams most of your nightly entertainment (or daily, we don’t judge if you need a break at your computer come 2 p.m.), you probably

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The Best Cookbooks for Fighting Food Waste

Most of the time, people hate dealing with leftovers. Popping last night’s dinner in the microwave just rarely results in the most appetizing or enjoyable meal. That said, there are

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Meal Prep Like a Pro with These Cookbooks

Does staying at home in the time of coronavirus have you cooking more than usual? Does that have you struggling to keep on top of three meals a day, every

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12 Grown-Up Ways to Enjoy PB&J

Some things never change—like our love of that classic peanut butter and jelly pairing. It just works. You know what else works? Nutty, sweet PB&J housed within structures other than

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A Cantonese Stir-Fried Tomato and Egg Dish as Satisfying as It Is Comforting

Hetty McKinnon’s veggie-forward recipes are the things of lore, passed onto friends and family with a satisfied stamp of approval. Just as many of Hetty’s recipes are often shared between households,

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