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Everything You Need to Know About Pepperoni, Pizza’s BFF

Pepperoni is a perennial favorite, but do you know where it came from, how it’s made, or what makes it Buffalo style? Read on to find out.

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How to Store & Defrost Frozen Bananas for Baking

If you’ve got ripe bananas and no immediate plans to eat them, you can let them rot away on your counter, whip up some banana bread on the spot, or

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The Ultimate Guide to Pomegranate, ‘The Jewel of Winter’

Mystic, beautiful, decorative, lucky, nutritious, superfood—these are some of the words used to describe a pomegranate fruit. Here’s everything you need to know about choosing and using pomegranate.

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Tired of Pumpkin? This Genoise Cake with Cranberry Curd Filling Is the Move

Let’s get one thing on the record: Cakes may be easy to bake, but they’re certainly tough to decorate. There’s a simple reason why we spend money on cakes from

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Fish Sauce vs Oyster Sauce: Do You Know the Difference?

They’re both complex, potent seasonings that are staples of Asian cuisine, with nautical creature namesakes to boot. But that’s about the extent of the commonalities between oyster sauce and fish

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Marzipan & Almond Paste: What Exactly Is the Difference?

As holiday baking season approaches, one question on everyone’s mind is: Are marzipan and almond paste the same thing? OK, maybe that’s not a universal wonder, but the heady scent

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Birria Red Tacos Prove Soaking Your Tortillas Is a Genius Move

Learn how to make birria tacos at home and you’ll never go back to your usual naked tortilla. A taco isn’t truly complete without a few accoutrements—a sprinkle of cilantro

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9 Clever Ways to Use Your French Press Besides Making Coffee

A French press is a handy tool for making coffee, but there’s a lot else you can do with it too, from frothing milk to making cocktails.

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A Show-Stopping Beef, Stilton & Onion Pie to Warm You Up This Fall

Calum Franklin is a wizard with pies. The self-proclaimed pastry deviant knows how to weave together pie dough into stunning confections, a task he’s undertaken as the executive chef at

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A Lodge Dutch Oven for $40 Is Too Good to Pass Up

I’m going to level with you: We’re looking at a stressful couple of weeks and if ever there were a time for comfort food it is now. In a rare

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Save $70 on a 6-quart Instant Pot Smart with Wi-Fi Functionality

The Instant Pot really hits its stride this time of year. If your ideal fall or winter dinner involves some tender, fall-off-the-bone meat situation but you haven’t quite perfected the

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An Award-Winning Wheat Bread That’s Going to Change the Way You Bake

Sure, you could use your lovingly maintained starter to bake sourdough loaves (like you did earlier in the quarantine), or you could attempt a kind of fermentation that’s not as

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Is Shopping the Outside of the Grocery Store All It’s Cracked Up to Be?

You may have heard that shopping the outside of the supermarket is a healthy grocery shopping strategy, but is that really true—and what else should you know?

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9 Short Rib Recipes to Feast on All Fall & Winter

Any way you cut it, short ribs satisfy with a juicy layer of fat that adds gobs of delicious beefy flavor to the meat. Their chameleon-like adaptability to a broad

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How to Cook with Apple Cores

What’s not to love about an orchard-fresh apple on a crisp autumn day? For many people, it’s the core, which often finds itself on the fast track to the trash.

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Baked Eggs in Mini Pumpkins Are Peak Fall Breakfast Fare

These baked eggs in mini pumpkins from Chowhound video producer Olivia Geyelin are the ultimate fall breakfast, even before you get to the bacon butternut squash hash with rosemary or

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How to Carve a Pumpkin Like a Pro This Halloween

There are many ways to decorate pumpkins these days, but the classic way to carve a pumpkin is to pick up a sharp kitchen knife and get to work. With

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This Pumpkin Sourdough Focaccia Is the Perfect Partner for Any Stew

Fall baking season is well under way and this pumpkin sourdough focaccia recipe is an ideal loaf to eat all season long.

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The Key to Getting Stubborn Stains Out of Your Carpet

Carpet and rugs add a layer of comfort and warm up a space. However, they are magnets for dust, debris, and notoriously difficult-to-remove stains. If you happen to drop red

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How to Make Slow Cooker Apple Butter

It’s peak fall produce season, so it’s the perfect time to make an easy Crock Pot apple butter recipe—and learn how to take the basic slow cooker apple butter recipe

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Apple Butter Beyond Toast: Uncommon Uses for Fall’s Favorite Condiment

In honor of the ascendance of apple season, here are uncommonly delicious ways to eat apple butter. Apple butter is the unofficial condiment of fall, and it’s good for so

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