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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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What to Order at Fast Food Restaurants If You’re Vegan

These are some of the best vegan fast food options (and fast casual chain vegan options) that you can get—with more popping up all the time. As a vegan, eating

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If You’re a Fan of Carnitas, You’ll Drool Over Cochinita Pibil

Talk to anyone who truly knows Mexican food, and you’re bound to hear about one of the most famous dishes of the Yucatán Peninsula—cochinita pibil. This savory shredded pork dish

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The History and Evolution of Cannabis Cookbooks

The history of the cannabis cookbook started with a “bhang”—the heady cannabis-infused beverage which originated in 10th-century India. Made by grinding buds and leaves to a green paste, then adding

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Best Cooking Shows On Netflix for the Foodie in You

Binging cooking shows on Netflix. Yes, you can do it anytime of year, but there’s something especially satisfying about doing it bundled up in your comfies on the couch during

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Even After Two Hurricanes, St. Croix’s Food Scene Is Thriving

Despite two back-to-back hurricanes in 2017, St. Croix has emerged as not only a trendy Caribbean destination for turquoise beaches, old town charm, and incredible snorkeling, but one for food

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What’s the Best Way to Make Carne Asada?

If you love carne asada, you owe it to yourself to learn how to make it at home, and there’s no better time than Cinco de Mayo to do it!

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Make Mole Casero and Impress Everyone On Cinco de Mayo

In honor of Cinco de Mayo, learn how to make authentic Mexican mole casero. Just follow along with our senior video producer, Guillermo Riveros, on a recent visit to Casa

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Become a Master of Enchiladas with These Easy Tips and Tricks

Enchiladas are one of those foods that, when done correctly, you can’t stop thinking about (what’s better than a spicy, saucy, cheesy tortilla filled with meat or veggies?). But when

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The Complete Guide to Quick Breads

What is a quick bread, exactly? Essentially, any loaf that is leavened with baking soda or baking powder instead of yeast (and/or the air trapped in beaten eggs). Banana bread

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Composting 101: Everything You Need to Know About Preventing Food Waste

Food is a major part of my life. I’m more on top of dining and restaurant news than world news. My personal Instagram feed is basically all food porn. I

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The Ultimate Guide to Picnicking

The picnic is one of the annual joys of warm-weather (and sometimes cool-weather) eating, and our guide to packing the best picnic ever will ensure you have a perfect time,

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Say Goodbye to Pantry Pests with These Easy Tips

For many of us, the transition from winter to spring (when and if it ever decides to show up, that is) signals that’s it time to clean house—dust off the

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7 Rules for Making Amazing Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Does the world need a guide to making grilled cheese sandwiches? Probably not. They are one of the most basic things you can make, after all.

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Everything You Need to Know About Ramps

Ramps are hard to describe. Ask shoppers about them at a farmer’s market and you’ll get all sorts of answers; yes, ramps look sort of like scallions, but they have

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These Herbs and Vegetables are 100 Percent Worth Growing Yourself

So you want to grow your own herbs and vegetables to save money and have tastier produce at your fingertips. We salute you. Some vegetables are so pricey at the

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