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How to Clean Your Dingy Baking Sheets So They Look Like New Again

Baking sheets are somewhat of a point of contention in my house. You see, I have my nice, big, pristine aluminum baking pans, and if you don’t know how to

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The Easiest Biscuits You’ll Ever Make Rely on a Surprising Ingredient

When it comes to savory baking, drop biscuits are one of the simplest things to make—and these mayonnaise biscuits are even easier than usual. You only need three ingredients for

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Make Homemade Soft Pretzels and Win the Weekend

It’ll be time for sourdough and banana bread again soon, but if Oktoberfest is on your mind, try making homemade pretzels. Heather Reid likes to make this soft pretzel recipe

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This Cheesy Fried Rice Stars Pantry Staples You Usually Pair with Pasta

Looking for a fried rice recipe you’ve never tried before? This super savory version adds anchovies and parmesan for an umami bomb that takes the concept of fried rice to

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How to Froth Milk at Home without Spending Money on Expensive Equipment

Wondering how to froth milk for your cappuccino or pumpkin spice latte at home? There are a few easy ways to do it, no fancy espresso machine required.

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This Cheese-Stuffed Juicy Lucy Burger Has a Gooey Heart of Gold

If you’re honoring National Cheeseburger Day on September 18—or just hungry for a cheesy burger any time—you can’t do better than a Juicy Lucy.

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Make These Crisp & Juicy Smashburgers Blanketed in Molten Cheese

A grilled hamburger is always great, but you don’t need to take it outside for perfect results. Learn how to make a smashburger, the best indoor burger around, just in

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This DIY Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe Is Cheaper & Tastier Than Starbucks

It’s possible to find a Starbucks copycat clone of pretty much any drink you favor, but this homemade DIY pumpkin spice latte recipe is obviously the perfect thing for autumn.

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How to Make All Your Favorite Starbucks Drinks at Home

Copycat recipes are beloved for many reasons, including saving you a few bucks. These Starbucks copycat recipes are no exception, and are just what you need right now (even if

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A Controversial Trick for Store-Bought Guacamole Makes It Taste Homemade

Guacamole is not hard to make, but sometimes you just need a shortcut—or can’t wait for your avocados to ripen. Luckily, there are easy ways to make store-bought guacamole taste

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How to Make Your Own Sausage for a Totally Tubular Oktoberfest at Home

Joining sauerkraut and beer in the great Oktoberfest triumvirate.

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Frosting a Bakery-Worthy Cake Is Easy with These Pro Tips

Frosting a cake seems simple, but it’s easy to mess it up if you use the wrong tools or have your ingredients at the wrong temperature. A little patience and

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11 Tips for Perfect Grilled Sausage, Including the One Thing You Should Never Do

Think you know how to cook sausage on the grill? We tapped an expert for tips on what makes grilled sausage truly great—just in time for a socially distant tailgating

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Don’t Ruin Your Stainless Steel Appliances with These Cleaning Mistakes

Need to know how to clean stainless steel appliances? We’ve got you covered, plus tips on what not to do, and how to avoid those unsightly streaks.

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These Fluffy Banana Pancakes Are Even Easier Than Banana Bread

Banana bread is the obvious use for ultra ripe bananas, but sometimes you don’t feel like eating yet another loaf (or baking one, for that matter). That’s when these easy

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Make Store-Bought Hummus Taste Homemade with These Easy Tricks

Despite dozens of easy hummus recipes at our fingertips, oftentimes, store-bought hummus is just too convenient to pass up. Paired with carrots, crackers, or cucumber, it’s the perfect healthy snack

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How to Transform Dinner Leftovers into Snazzy School Lunch Kids Will Love

Wondering what to do with your extra beef, chicken, and other dinner leftovers? Don’t let them go to waste—give them a second life as lunch with these helpful tips and

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This Zero-Waste Watermelon Gazpacho Is the Perfect Last Taste of Summer

In our Chow-To season two premiere, senior video producer Guillermo Riveros visits Haven’s Kitchen to learn a no-cook, zero-waste gazpacho recipe from chef Alexis Delaney. It’s an ingenious (and delicious)

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How to Make Stuffed Tomatoes

If you haven’t stuffed a tomato yet this season, have you really been living? Here are the best stuffed tomato recipes for summer and beyond. A summer tomato is a

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The Best Way to Reheat Steak May Surprise You

Keep it cooked to order.

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This Easy Summer Veggie Panzanella Turns Stale Bread into Gold

Panzanella, essentially an Italian bread salad, is an easy, one-dish meal that makes perfect use of stale bread and whatever bounty of fresh summer veggies and herbs you have on

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