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The Ultimate Guide to Picking, Purchasing, and Preparing Fresh Summer Berries

Berry season is prime time for ripe, juicy fruit that tastes so much better than the year-round supermarket strawberries you always regret buying. Here’s your guide to making the most

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7 New Rules of Restaurant Etiquette as Coronavirus Lockdowns Begin to Lift

Wondering how to eat safely in restaurants as they continue to open up? Coronavirus lockdowns are beginning to end in some places; others will still have a while to wait. But

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What to Do with Your New Cast Iron Pan

Welcome to the beauty of cast iron, the pan that gives back like no other. Its thick base means that you can sear and grill to your heart’s delight, and

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How to Grow Your Own Strawberries This Summer, Indoors or Out

Even if you don’t have a ton of space, it is possible to cultivate summer strawberries at home. Here’s what you need to know about how to grow strawberries yourself,

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The 8 Best Waffle Makers of 2020

Waffles are a classic breakfast food, and you can make restaurant-quality waffles at home if you have your very own waffle maker. No matter if you like round or square,

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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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Paint the Colors of the Rainbow with This Recipe for Italian Tricolor Cookies

These classic Italian holiday cookies are often brought out for Santa, but their layered rainbow look makes them a prime candidate for a Pride dessert plate too!

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7 Tips to Make Amazing Kimchi at Home

If you want to learn how to make kimchi, there is no one end-all be-all kimchi recipe, but the process isn’t complicated. In fact, DIY kimchi is one of the

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The Ultimate Guide to Different Types of Kale and How to Use Them

Longtime health food staple kale became a trend at some point (thanks, Brooklyn), but it’s stayed so popular that now it’s just a fact of life. No longer destined just

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A Guide to Barbecuing Internationally: From Kansas to Korean BBQ

The world of barbecue is big, even while much of the planet remains off-limits—these are some international BBQ styles you can try for a taste of travel in your own

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How to Make Your Own Sourdough Starter

Sourdough is having a moment—many people are hunkering down at home and embarking on new projects, including baking homemade bread. Using store-bought yeast is one option if you can find

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These Are the 7 Healthiest Salad Greens You Can Eat

The most nutritious greens may surprise you—here are 7 of the healthiest salad greens and how to use them. If you consistently try to be healthy, it can sometimes be

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No Eggs? Here Are the Best Egg Substitutes for Baking and Cooking

If you’re new to plant-based eating, knowing which egg substitute to choose can be tricky; egg alternatives are many, and which one you want depends on what exactly you’re making.

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You Can Grow Your Own Potatoes Even If You Don’t Have a Garden

Potatoes are a food staple in many cultures. They store well and make a versatile base for many dishes. Potatoes can be planted very early in the gardening season, as

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7 Easy Tips to Start a Windowsill Garden at Home

Extra time on our hands during quarantine has proven that we home cooks certainly like to embark on projects. We’ve attempted sourdough starter, regrown our scallions from chopped bulbs into

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How to Make the Cutest Japanese Sushi Ever

In this 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, events,

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How to Picnic During a Pandemic: What Is & Isn’t Safe

If you’re ready to break out of quarantine for some sunshine and relaxation, a picnic might sound enticing—especially if parks are open in your area. Can you picnic safely while

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The Best Food Shows on Netflix to Stream Right Now

Binging food and cooking shows on Netflix. Yes, you can do it anytime of year, but given that we’re all going to be spending a lot more time at home

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These Herbs and Vegetables Are 100 Percent Worth Growing Yourself

Interest in gardening has been sprouting up along with the rise in grocery store shortages and general concern related to the coronavirus pandemic, but there remains the question of what

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Onions Are Easy to Grow as Long as You Follow This One Important Tip

Want to plant and grow onions in your own garden? Here’s everything you need to know.

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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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