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15 Self-Care Spa Treatments Starring Ingredients in Your Kitchen

These all-natural at-home spa treatments are easy ways to practice self-care, and they’re made from ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.

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How to Clean Morel Mushrooms

How to get the critters out of mushrooms.

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You’re Just One Ingredient Away from Easy Homemade Butter

Homemade everything is on the rise these days (yes, that is a bread pun), but don’t stop at sourdough starter and dalgona coffee—if you have a blender, homemade butter is

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How To Dry Fresh Herbs

Got an abundance of fresh herbs, or just like to DIY? Learn how to dry herbs for use in recipes all year long.

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These Copycat Cinnabon Rolls Are Amazing (and Vegan)

When it comes to vegan food, it’s often in its simplest, stripped-down version, a highlight of vegetables and occasionally the one-off meat substitute. But while veganism certainly revolves around abstaining

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The Chiffonade Cut Is an Easy Way to Fancy Up All Your Meals

It means "rags" in French, and that's what it looks like.

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5 Big Batch Recipes to Save You From Cooking Every Single Night

Sometimes, you just want a nice, home-cooked meal without all the fuss of prepping, cooking, and cleaning up. Given that, here are five big batch recipes to last you a

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How to Proof Pizza Dough in Your Instant Pot

Have you even quarantined properly if you haven’t embarked on a homemade bread project? It seems everyone I know has baked up banana bread, started a sourdough starter, or tackled

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How to Cook & Bake with Lavender

Edible flowers are fun to play with, and using lavender in food opens up sweet and savory possibilities—but there is a fine line between just enough and so much you

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How to Season Cast Iron When It Starts to Look a Little Shabby

If you have cast iron cookware, you know it requires a little TLC when it comes to cleaning up after cooking, but it’s equally important to season an old-fashioned cast

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How to Make Those Fluffy Japanese Souffle Pancakes All Over Instagram

We kick off a new mini season of Chow-To (all episodes were shot before the start of the coronavirus pandemic) with a visit to Tom Yang, co-founder of Insta-famous Japanese

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If You Like Grilled Cheese, You’ll Adore These Arepas

If you love grilled cheese but have never had arepas, allow our senior video producer Guillermo Riveros to show you what you’re missing. He concocted a variation on the dish

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How to Make the Best Rice Pudding, No Matter What

Creamy, comforting goodness.

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This Brilliant 3-Ingredient Crème Brûlée Hack Is the Latest TikTok Sensation

Step aside, dalgona coffee. TikTok’s latest culinary sensation is a brilliant dessert hack—and it only requires three ingredients.

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How to Make the Perfect Homemade Pizza Crust

Homemade pizza is easier than you think (especially if you’ve already dabbled in sourdough and homemade bread)—which is a good thing, since there’s a shortage of frozen pizzas right now.

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How to Clean Cast Iron

Caring for cast iron means cleaning it, but it’s not as simple as popping your pan in the dishwasher. So how do you safely clean cast iron skillets, Dutch ovens, or

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How to Make Good Coffee at Home, According to a Barista

At this point we probably all know a coffee snob—that aspiring at-home barista whose arsenal of coffee tools (a Chemex, a French press, a hulking espresso machine) rivals your local

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How to Make a Butter Lamb for Easter

Lamb for Easter is a time-honored tradition, but we’re not just talking roasted leg of lamb. There’s also the butter lamb traditional to Polish, Russian, and Slovenian Catholic Easter tables,

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These Crispy Baked Asparagus Fries Are the Easiest Thing Ever

Asparagus is available all year, but it’s best in spring, and we love finding new ways to eat it. Simply roasted remains a favorite, but adding a crispy element to

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Celebrate Easter with Scotch Eggs

Most Easter eggs are brightly dyed, made of chocolate, or hollow plastic and filled with jelly beans, but we took the Easter egg idea in a different direction: Scotch eggs—a

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Making Matzo Ball Soup for Passover with the Wise Sons Deli Guys

Learn to make perfect matzo ball soup from the duo behind Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen—just the thing for Passover. (And right up there with other staples like tender brisket and

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