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A Guide to Cooking Oxtail

If you’ve ever tried this amazing cut of meat, you likely love it, but if it’s new to you, here’s how to cook oxtail (and why you should). There’s a

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How to Make the Cutest Japanese Sushi Ever

In our latest Chow-To episode, senior video producer Guillermo Riveros learns how to make kazari maki sushi with Hiroyo Belmonte at Resobox, a Japanese cultural center offering authentic Japanese activities,

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How to Host a Hot Pot Dinner Party

A hot pot dinner party is easy to pull off, perfect for fall—and super fun. Here’s what you need to know to host the best hot pot party at home.

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How to Make Desserts Using a Whole Pumpkin

You’ve heard of whole hog, but how about whole pumpkin? As in, eating every part—using pumpkin seeds, pumpkin skin, and pumpkin flesh for food. Here’s how to eat the entire

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How to Make Perfectly Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies

If you love a good chewy chocolate chip cookie recipe, listen up: Here are several tips to ensure chewy cookies every time. Everyone loves chocolate chip cookies, of course. But

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Clever Ways to Decorate with Pumpkins This Fall

Decorating pumpkins and decorating with pumpkins are essential parts of fall, but carving jack-o’-lanterns is just one option. We collected some of the best ideas for fall decorating with pumpkins,

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Dip Into These Essential Indian Condiments

Indian food, as a general category, is incredibly diverse (it’s a big country, after all), but always flavorful. And Indian meals often include a wealth of condiments, sauces, pickles, and

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11 Trader Joe’s Employee Picks for Fall

It’s full-on PSL season (pumpkin spice latte for those of you in hiding—or denial), also known as fall. So it’s time to throw on a sweater, frolic in the foliage,

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A Guide to Gluten-Free Fall Pasta

Gluten-free pasta just keeps getting better, and these are some of our favorite ways to eat it all autumn long. Fall is the perfect time to cozy up with warm,

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10 Tips for Tailgating in Cold Weather

While the beginning of football season boasts perfect weather for tailgating and cheering on your favorite team, the weather for game-time is going to turn really cold really fast. Let’s

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Forbidden Fruit: An Exploration of the Apple in Historical and Popular Culture

Confession: There’s no way for this essay not to end with “how do you like them apples?” so in order to at least attempt to flip the script, here it

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The Best Trader Joe’s Items for Easy AF Tailgating

Football season is officially upon us, which means your upcoming Sundays are most likely booked and consist of crowded couches, messy buffalo wings, and heady IPAs. For those of you

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10 Tasty Ways to Reuse Your Football Party Leftovers

There’s something about hosting a football party that makes people lose all sense of portion control. As if somewhere along the line a wire got crossed and you and your

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The Fall Produce You Need to Try (Besides Pumpkin)

If your idea of fall produce consists of pumpkin spice lattes and pie, it’s time to rethink what’s on your dining room table this autumn. The season is ripe (pun

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From Blue to Cheese, Get Familiar with These Under-the-Radar Squashes and Pumpkins

If your idea of a pumpkin is limited to the ubiquitous sugar (a.k.a. pie) variety or if your winter squash game doesn’t go beyond spaghetti, butternut, and acorn, it’s time

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Disney Parks Set to Debut Hundreds of New Plant-Based Food Options

The happiest places on Earth are about to dive ears first into the latest meatless food craze. Beginning next month, Walt Disney World Resort will introduce more than 400 (not

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The Coolest (and Tastiest) Costco Frozen Food Finds

Tied with trying to figure out which will be the fastest checkout line, it’s the biggest Costco dilemma: There’s an item you want at a price that’s too good to

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A Bite-Size Stop in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico

Just the name alone—Truth or Consequences, New Mexico—has likely piqued your curiosity, and with good reason. There is a lot to be curious about in this town formerly called Hot

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The Best of Pumpkins: Why They’re the Ultimate Fall Fruit

As a food, as a piece of natural art, and as an enduring symbol of fall, pumpkins are practically perfect in every way. If you’re not certain about squash’s preeminence,

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9 Ways to Make Your Favorite Recipes Vegan

Trying to make the leap into a vegan diet or whipping up food while entertaining for a vegan friend is easier than you may think! Instead of fretting over finding

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How to Find the Vintage Glassware of Your Dreams Online

Shopping for vintage glassware online is easy, but finding exactly what you want can be hard. This guide will help you out with key styles, terms, colors, and brands to

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