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How to Use Spaghetti Squash in International Dishes

If zoodles are summer’s hottest food swap, spaghetti squash is the autumnal version—no spiralizer required! Filled with vitamins, minerals, fiber, and even a bit of protein, it’s the perfect vessel

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What Is the Difference Between Adobo and Mole?

Adobo is a dish that originated in the Philippines, that combines a vinegary marinade with pork or chicken. There are many styles of Adobo, including Mexican (with chipotles and chiles),

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12 Plant-Based Versions of Your Favorite Comfort Foods

If you’re confused by the plant-based eating craze, you’re not alone. While most people realize it’s better for both our bodies and the environment, many are still unsure of exactly

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A Guide to Cooking Oxtail

There’s a flip that switches in our brains when the weather starts to turn and summer transitions to fall. The impulse for iced coffee is replaced with a craving for

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The History of Gnocchi

When you think of Italian food, you probably think of things like chicken piccata, veal parmesan, and pasta. Lots and lots of pasta. In my experience, one dish that goes

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How to Eat Gnocchi for Every Meal

Gnocchi are little bites of heaven. These Italian pillowy dough dumplings—usually made from flour and eggs mixed with potato or ricotta, then gently boiled—are light and chewy, cozy and comforting,

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6 Meatloaf Recipes From Around the World

Meatloaf has long been a staple at the American dinner table. Depending upon who was cooking it, the results were either disastrous should the loaf be too dry, or something

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

Apple butter is the unofficial condiment of fall, and it’s good for so much more than simply spreading on toast (and biscuits, and muffins)! The deeply concentrated fruit flavor of plain

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5 Tomato Soup Pairings For a Full Fall Meal

All the cues for the fall season are here—the crisp breeze, the changing leaves, and the ubiquitous use of pumpkins in every recipe and product. But nothing is better about

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Addictive Takes on Chicken Casserole Perfect for Chilly Weather

Chicken casserole is one of the classic comfort foods that you remember from childhood. It’s as cozy as mac and cheese, but usually a bit more nutritious, and as warming

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Homemade French Fries Guide

Pictured: French Fries recipe from Chowhound There’s no denying it: the fast food French fry is a masterpiece of lightness and crispiness. To try and improve on its exalted form would

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Your Ultimate Guide to East Coast Clam Chowders

There’s no better antidote to this season’s cold and wet weather than clam chowder. After all, what could be more uplifting on a blustery fall or winter day than slurping

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What Is the Difference Between Pan, Stuffed, and Deep Dish Pizza?

As a dad who is typically responsible for preparing meals, every once in a while I cheat and order out. One of our take-out staples is (of course!) pizza. Luckily,

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What Is the Difference Between Boxed and Homemade Mashed Potatoes?

Move aside, turkey. Mashed potatoes are the real star of Thanksgiving! Pillowy and perfect, mashed potatoes always deserve a place at the table but do require a bit of work.

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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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