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A No-Hassle Way to Clean Your Blender

Do you hate cleaning your blender because you have to take it apart and scrub around those sharp blades? Or do you already know the easy trick to clean your

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How to Make Kombucha at Home

Whether you have no idea what a SCOBY is or are addicted to probiotic powerhouse kombucha, it’s easy—and fun—to brew your own kombucha at home. Here’s a kombucha recipe and

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Boba 101: How To Make Bubble Tea at Home

Like so many beloved recipes, the story of bubble tea begins at a street food stall. It was in Taiwan in the 1980s that a vendor made the decision to

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Heat and Sweet: How to Grill Dessert

Looking for dessert but boycotting the oven? Grilling dessert is a great way to celebrate the summer, pairing fruit with ice cream or cake for a perfectly sweet treat. Keep

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An Easy Hack to Make Your Gas Grill Burn Hotter

Learn how to hack a gas grill to burn hotter using lava rocks and expandable grill grates. Like many people, some of us have conflicted feelings about the liquid propane

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How to Grill Corn on the Cob

Peak-season corn is so sweet and tender you can happily eat it raw, but when you want to cook your cobs, don’t stick to boiling them. Try grilling your corn

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7 Tips & Tricks for Juicy Grilled Burgers

Summer has arrived and grilling season has commenced, and with the 4th of July on the horizon, that means plenty of burgers are coming off the coals. But how many

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How to Cook Hot Dogs in a Crock-Pot

Cooking for the masses is rarely easy or cheap, but making hot dogs in a Crock-Pot might be the solution we’ve all been looking for. This budget-friendly method prioritizes efficiency

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How to Smoke Meat Like the Pros

Grilling season is here, and with grilling comes smoking. The opportunity to impart layers of flavor into a cut of meat, whether it be chicken or a pricey steak, is

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How to Infuse Your Watermelon with Booze

Watermelon cocktails are perfect for summer—bright, light, sweet, and refreshing, they can go from juicy to slushy, and they’re all dangerously delicious. But if the idea of eating your alcohol

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How to Make the Perfect Pimm’s Cup

The perfect Pimm’s Cup is an ideal summer drink to sip—so here’s how to make one, plus info on what exactly Pimm’s is and how the gin-based English liqueur came

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Make Your Own Vegan Cheese with Just a Few Simple Ingredients

Even if you’ve never wondered how to make vegan cheese, chances are, you’ll be intrigued after reading about the process, which is both easy and kind of magical. All you

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Every Tip You’ll Ever Need for Making Crispy Falafel

When falafel is done right—crisped to perfection, warm enough to eat without burning your tongue, and maybe even served with an exotic sauce to maximize its flavor—you just know it.

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How to Get Your Clams Squeaky Clean

Getting rid of grit is paramount when making clams, and all you need are a few bowls, cold water, a scrub brush, and a little patience. Learn how to clean

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How to Make Homemade Nutella

Nutella—that chocolate-hazelnut manna from Italy (though the largest Nutella factory is in France, and as of June 4, 2019, many of its workers are on strike)—is so good it’s inspired

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This Easy Icebox Cake Template Means Summer Dessert Is Solved

Icebox cake is one of the easiest no-bake summer desserts around. Just layer cookies and whipped cream and let it sit overnight. The cream will soften the cookies into a

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The Best Way to Wash Fruits and Vegetables

What’s the best way to wash fruits and vegetables? And do you have to wash all fruit and veggies you bring into the kitchen, or are there some you can

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How to Make (Real) Ice Cream in Your Food Processor

Don’t have an ice cream maker but do have a Cuisinart (or its equivalent)? You can use your food processor to make ice cream—and we don’t mean by blending bananas, either.

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How to Make the Best Seared Chicken Breast

Boneless chicken breasts are easy to find, low in fat, high in protein, and consistently tender, all factors that contribute to them being the most popular cut of poultry in

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How to Cook Bacon While Camping

There are lots of great foods to cook while camping. While you might be accustomed to your typical meal of hot dogs on a stick with a side of s’mores

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How to Make the Most Expensive Steak Sandwich in America

The most expensive sandwich in the country appears deceptively simple: panko-fried beef between two sauce-painted pieces of toasted white bread. That’s it. So, why does it cost $180 (and taste

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