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How to Make Easy Beer Bread When Sourdough Is Too Intimidating

Baking homemade bread may be the epitome of cozy domesticity (and the hot new quarantine activity), but it can also be intimidating when you’re dealing with yeast, multiple rises, and

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How to Nail Your Next Virtual Happy Hour or Dinner Party 

Staying in is the new going out—at least for now—and we’ve got some fun ideas for making the most of your next virtual happy hour, hang, or dinner party while stuck

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How to Make a Healthy Easter Basket for Your Kid

Do healthy Easter baskets sound like an oxymoron—or just plain impossible? You want to see your children’s eyes light up when they see their Easter baskets, but you don’t want

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How to Get Grease and Oil Out of Fabric

No use crying over spilled ghee…or olive oil—here’s to to get grease and oil out of your shirt, tablecloth, or kitchen towels.

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Avoid This One Mistake When Storing Your Potatoes

If you’ve been paying attention to the experts, you know that we needn’t be hoarding anything during the COVID-19 outbreak—so please don’t—but keeping your fridge and pantry well-stocked while we wait

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How to Make Crispy Ground Beef Tacos from Scratch

Tuesday: not as good as Friday, but definitely better than Monday. What better way to celebrate this better-than-worst day of the week than with great tacos? These easy homemade ground

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How to Use Tomato Soup as Pasta Sauce

We’re very into pasta these days (always), and easy pantry pasta recipes in particular. But what if you’re out of canned tomatoes? You can use tomato soup as pasta sauce!

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The Key to Making Detroit-Style Pizza at Home

Detroit-style pizza is a glorious thing, but you don’t have to be in the Motor City to try it (nor do you have to pay a premium to order it

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How to Make Cream Cheese Frosting without Butter

Cream cheese frosting is a favorite, but if you’re out of one of the crucial ingredients, can you make cream cheese frosting without butter? Sure can!

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5 Kitchen Skills to Finally Master

From making fresh pasta and baking bread to perfecting chicken broth from scratch, here are the kitchen skills and techniques to master while you are at home.

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How to Cook the Perfect Pot of Beans

In these days of pantry dinners aplenty, you may be wondering how to cook beans to their best advantage. Luckily, we got advice on the matter from Steve Sando, bean

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How to Store Leftover Canned Beans

Canned beans are a must for any pantry and they’ll last for at least a full year (if not far longer), but if you’ve ever scrunched aluminum foil over an

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How to Make the Best Homemade Hummus with a Few Easy Tricks

It's embarrassingly easy.

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How to Store Fresh Produce So Fruit, Vegetables, and Herbs Last Longer

Knowing the best way to store fresh fruit, veggies, and herbs so they last longer is only half the battle; actually doing it is also kind of important. Right now,

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How to Make Easy Italian Meatballs in Tomato Sauce

Cooked right in the sauce.

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How to Shop for Groceries If You’re Concerned About Coronavirus

No matter how scary the word quarantine is, the fact remains that social distancing is key to helping prevent the spread of coronavirus. But even if it’s easy for you

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Colcannon: The Awesome Irish Potato and Cabbage Hash You Should Make for St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day dinner may be synonymous with corned beef and cabbage (and soda bread), but there are lots of other traditional Irish dishes worth considering, and colcannon is one

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How to Make Garlic Butter and Incorporate It Into Your Dishes

A common phrase that describes much of my cooking is “butter makes everything better.” While my arteries might not agree, my tastebuds are calling the shots. From meat to veggies

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How to Cook Corned Beef, According to Expert Chef & Butcher Aaron Rocchino

For many, it’s not St. Patrick’s Day without corned beef—so we got expert butcher and chef Aaron Rocchino of The Local Butcher Shop in Berkeley, California to show us the

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The Only 3 Tips You Need to (Finally!) Master an Omelet

There are some things in cooking that are arguably straightforward: boiling water, lighting the oven, loading the dishwasher. And there are other things that are trickier to succeed in than

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How to Store Coffee

If you drink java, you’ve definitely wondered how to store coffee to keep it freshest. And you’ve probably heard that you should put it in the freezer to preserve it

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