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15 Essential Breakfast Sandwiches

The breakfast sandwich (generally featuring egg of some kind, meat, and cheese on toast, a sandwich roll, or an English muffin) is popular for one major reason: portability. That, and

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This Easy Icebox Cake Recipe Means Summer Dessert Is Solved

Icebox cake is one of the easiest no-bake summer desserts around. Just layer cookies and whipped cream and let it sit overnight. The cream will soften the cookies into a

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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—to answer the basic question, “What is the

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These Are the Essential Pantry Staples Every Cook Needs During Quarantine

Fresh beginnings in a new home or apartment or dorm room often mean one thing for the culinary inclined: getting used to a new kitchen. There are pots and pans

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Make Tomatillo Salsa Tonight & Use It All Week Long

Tomatillos, a.k.a. the Mexican husk tomato, are a ubiquitous feature of Mexican markets and well-stocked grocery stores. They’re also easy to turn into salsa, either cooked or fresh table salsas,

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How to Make Your Own Jerky from Almost Anything

Homemade jerky takes little more than patience.

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12 Ways to Bake with Zucchini When Your Garden Is Overflowing

Summer is a great time to bake with zucchini, but bread is only the beginning, as these sweet zucchini recipes prove.

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These Pickle-Flavored Snacks Are the Real Dill

If you can’t get enough of the salty, spicy, savory goodness of pickles we certainly don’t blame you. Try any of these pickle-flavored snacks to tide you over till your next big dill. 

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This Easy Panzanella Solves Stale Bread Woes & Farmers Market Overload

Panzanella, essentially an Italian bread salad, is an easy, one-dish meal that makes perfect use of stale bread and whatever bounty of fresh summer veggies and herbs you have on

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11 Ways to Use Up All That Zucchini Before It Overwhelms You

These zucchini recipes are just the thing to help you deal with an abundance of summer squash from your garden, CSA subscription box, or farmers market. But they’re all so

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Where to Find Food Assistance During COVID-19

If you’re one of the millions struggling with hunger or food insecurity as a result of the pandemic and economic downturn, there is help to be had. Food pantries and anti-hunger organizations

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6 Tips for the Best Homemade Lemonade of All Time

Fresh, homemade lemonade is way easier than you might think, not to mention healthier than most store-bought versions. But there are some tips and tricks that will make it the

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These Boozeless Adult Beverages Belong in Your Cooler STAT

If you’re looking to stock your bar with non-alcoholic adult beverages to enjoy this summer, there are some excellent options to choose from. We rounded up the best boozeless beverages

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How to Make Your Own Fruit Leather in Any Flavor You Want

Even if you’ve never considered making homemade Fruit Roll-Ups before, once you see how easy a fruit leather recipe is, you’ll want to start experimenting—especially while summer fruit is so

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How to Make Your Favorite Trader Joe’s Food at Home

Whether you’re trying to save money, avoid a grocery shopping trip, or simply love the satisfaction of anything DIY, you should know that you can make all your favorite Trader

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What Are Tomatillos, Exactly? And How Do You Use Them?

What is a tomatillo, anyway? They might just be a food with an identity crisis. They kinda look like a green tomato, yet have a husk like a cape gooseberry

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Essential Canning Supplies to Preserve All Your Summer Produce

Quarantine has shown that we like a good project. We’ve moved from growing our own sourdough starter to fermenting kimchi at home, time-consuming kitchen pursuits that fill the otherwise empty

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Massive Recall of Red, Yellow, and White Onions Linked to Salmonella

A major multi-state recall of red, white, and yellow onions is in effect due to a potential risk of Salmonella Newport. The outbreak has been traced to Thompson International, Inc.

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15 Canning Tips for Complete Beginners

How to hold on to summer's best produce: canning.

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How To Dry Fresh Herbs

Got an abundance of fresh herbs, or just like to DIY? Learn how to dry herbs for use in recipes all year long.

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How to Make Fruit Cordial to Capture Summer Flavor All Year Long

A basic fruit cordial recipe is a great thing to have on hand when it comes time to using up ripe summer fruit, and it’s a much easier process than

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