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How to Get Grilled Flavor Without a Grill

Memorial Day, despite its somber origins, has become something much more and different than a day to honor fallen veterans: now, it’s celebrated as a semi-official signal for the start

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7 Tips For Making Better Kimchi at Home

DIY kimchi is one of the more accessible at-home food projects out there: it doesn’t require much more than some basic ingredients, the lidded crock or container of your choosing,

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Delicious & Auspicious: A Guide to Traditional Wedding Food Around the World

Wedding season is upon us, which means you’re likely deep in negotiations with your plus-one about what you want to have for dinner six weeks from now. But there’s so

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8 Places in Your Kitchen You Didn’t Know You Can Clean with Vinegar

Vinegar is one of the unsung heroes of the cleaning world. Seriously, there are so many things you can clean with vinegar, both in the kitchen and all around the

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How to Grill Satisfying Vegetarian Mains at Your Next BBQ

Now that the season of sun, pool parties, and outdoor everything is finally approaching, it’s time to whip out those heavy duty spatulas and dust off that grill. And no,

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How to Grill Halloumi and Other Kinds of Cheese

Grilled cheese is not just a sandwich—try cooking halloumi cheese (and other types of cheese) right on the grill for your new favorite summer snack.

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Guide to Barbecue Sauces of the Carolinas

While innovation and cross-pollination have their places in the modern American barbecue landscape, the hallmark of the genre has always been regional specificity. Beyond the smoked meat itself, state or

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Why You Should Be Grilling Fruit This Summer

From pizza to corn, there are very few foods that don’t benefit from time spent on the grill, fruit included. The high heat caramelizes its sugars and lends a slight

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A Guide to Barbecuing Internationally: From Kansas to Korean BBQ

The world of barbecue is big—these are some international BBQ styles you and your grill should get to know. As one who grew up in a northern American state, most

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Battle of the BBQ: Where Can You Find the Best in the South?

As a self-proclaimed sauce connoisseur and fan of barbecue varieties specifically, I was more than stoked to take part in a food tour of the Deep South. Savannah, Charleston, and

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How to Grill Lobster Tails, Shrimp, Oysters, Crabs, and Other Shellfish

We’ve got tips for grilling all of the most common types of shellfish, including lobster tails, shrimp, and oysters, with recipes to bookmark for your next cookout so you can

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Road Trip! The Best Bars and Restaurants in Savannah, Hilton Head, and Charleston

The Deep South may be known for its Spanish moss, prolonged vowels, and leisurely way of life, but it’s also home to some of the most hospitable people, complicated histories,

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Take 5: What to Eat and Drink in Hilton Head

Hilton Head may not get the same national attention as Myrtle Beach, but don’t sleep on the sleepy town that boasts a flourishing food and drink scene that rivals its

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Take 5: What to Eat and Drink in Charleston

There may be no other city in the U.S., aside from New York and Los Angeles, that has gotten as much media attention in the food world as Charleston. It’s

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Take 5: What to Eat and Drink in Savannah

Savannah may be a picture-perfect Georgia town with sprawling oak trees and Spanish moss, but it’s also a cultural playground, boasting some of the nation’s most inspiring art galleries, fashion-forward

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What Is the Difference Between Types of Grills?

All over the northern hemisphere, the temperature is rising and with it, our thoughts turn to the best foods for summer eating. One of the most exciting summer initiations is

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How to Grill Fruit, Veggies, Pizza, and Dessert

Anyone who’s fallen in love with grilling can attest: There’s almost nothing that doesn’t taste amazing cooked over an open flame. That includes grilled pizza, of course, and even grilled

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A Slice of Tradition: Wedding Cakes Around the World

There’s all the reason in the world to round out your reception with a wedding cake. It’s delicious, photogenic, traditional, and lucky, since it’s a fertility symbol (wheat, the basis

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How to Deep Clean Your Kitchen with Expert Tips for Efficiency

When do you do it? What do you find?

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12 Cooking Tips from Mom We Should’ve Listened to Years Ago

You’ve been an adult for awhile now—maybe you even have kids of your own—but you still hear your mom’s voice in your head when you’re cooking. You used to roll

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Easy Ways to Make Edible Flowers, the Perfect Mother’s Day Gift

Along with cards, chocolates, and nice meals out, flowers are a perennial Mother’s Day tradition. Whether you pick a bunch of tulips from your own yard, order a beautiful bouquet

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