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Healthy Strawberry Shortcake Is a Treat for Your Waistband

Today is National Strawberry Shortcake Day, though I probably didn’t have to tell you that. Strawberry shortcake is one of those special summer dishes that never goes out of style and

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We Taste-Tested Some of the Best (and Worst) Spiked Seltzers for Summer

Wondering about the best hard seltzer for your beach trip or summer BBQ? Seltzer, sparkling water, bubbly water, fizzy water—whatever you call it, it’s certainly having its moment nationwide. In fact,

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A Top Chef’s Tips for Keeping It Healthy While Traveling

People often think of chefs as tied to their kitchens. Thanks to the elevated status of chefs these days, many of us spend more time traveling for TV show, and

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Prep for Success: How to Do Keto Without Stress

We love meal prepping, but it can be a challenge even before you take special diets into consideration. Luckily, this keto meal prep guide will set you up for success.

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As the Heat Turns Up, the Reds Cool Down: Your Guide to Drinking Red Wine This Summer

Poor wine. Beloved as you are, you never can seem to completely shake the nagging stereotype that you’re a bit complicated, bound by rules and guidelines that lead people to

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6 Cookbooks That Are All About Salad

Between healthy fast-casual chains like Sweetgreen and upscale reinventions from top chefs, salads have come a long way in the past few years. When it comes to cookbooks and recipes,

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The Best Brands of Dairy-Free Ice Cream You Can Buy This Summer

There are more brands of dairy-free ice cream on the market now than ever, but which ones are actually worth eating? We have a few favorites, so here are some

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Making Perfect Lobster Rolls Every Time

No matter how far you are from coastal Maine, follow these seven tips and tricks and you can make the best lobster roll you’ll ever eat, wherever you are. The

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The 5 Cardinal Rules to Keeping Your Junk Drawer Clean

If the lingering question of how to keep your junk drawer clean has kept you up at night, this post is for you. Junk drawers are a strange phenomenon—pretty much

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Gail Simmons’ Pantry Must-Haves

If you’re not big on planning ahead, keeping a pantry can seem like the kind of thing best left to Martha Stewart types and doomsday preppers, but it’s truly helpful

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This Midwestern City Is Serving Some of the Best Food in the Country

Omaha may not be the first place that comes to mind when asked about America’s best food spots, but after a long weekend in Nebraska’s largest city, you’ll come to

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How to Pair Cheese with Summer Fruit

Summer fruit is ripe for pairing with all your favorite cheeses, but there are some guidelines to keep in mind when building your perfect summer cheese board.

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What Is Cassava Flour and How Can You Use It?

What Is Cassava Flour? Cassava flour is a nut-, gluten- and grain-free flour made from the root of the cassava plant (also known as yuca, manioc, or manihot esculenta). The

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Good Eggs, Bad Eggs, Fresh Eggs & Old Eggs: How to Tell What You’ve Got

How can you tell the difference between a fresh egg and an old egg? Stick them in a bowl of water to see what happens. As for bad eggs, well,

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The Must-Have Snacks for Your Next Flight (Don’t Settle for Peanuts Anymore)

Let’s face it—road trip snacks are the best part about road trips. But why do we continually fail to snack prep as arduously for long plane rides? After all, the

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The Best Food Secrets at Summer’s Most Popular Music Festivals

Music festival food has come a long way since the first few, like 1967’s Fantasy Fair and Magic Mountain where the only thing anyone ate was LSD dropped on the crowd

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You Are Not Cleaning Your Water Bottle Enough

Reusable water bottles are a must-have for anyone who wants to stay hydrated (which, to be honest, should be everyone). On average, one person uses around 156 plastic bottles each

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How to Use Everything on Your Wedding Registry

You may have the best intentions when registering for lots of kitchen gadgets—of course you need a cast iron cookware set, and yes, you’ll use an Instant Pot all the

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The Best of Brisket: Recipes, Tips, and Tricks

Brisket is beloved, and not just by Jewish grandmas and Texas pitmasters. Almost every meat eater appreciates the savor of a juicy, tender, well-cooked brisket, whether it’s braised or barbecued.

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10 Rules You’ll Want to Memorize Starting Out in Your Own Kitchen

Kitchen confidence a little lacking? If you’re not quite sure what to do when it comes to making dinner (or anything beyond ramen noodles), take these 10 cooking rules to

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How to Build a Non-Alcoholic or Low-Alcoholic Bar Cart

Low-alcohol and non-alcoholic cocktails continue to pop up on cocktail menus, but if you’re a host or homebody looking to cut the booze down or completely out of your cocktail

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