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Healthy Strawberry Shortcake Is a Treat for Your Waistband

Today is National Strawberry Shortcake Day, the perfect time to treat yourself. But if you’re partial to healthy desserts, it is possible to make healthy strawberry shortcake too!

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Ice Cream Doughnuts Are the New Ice Cream Sandwich

There is absolutely nothing wrong with an ice cream sandwich. In fact, it is one of our favorite summertime treats as we attempt (keyword: attempt) to combat the rising temperatures

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The World’s Most Outrageous Ice Cream Cones

We all clearly scream for ice cream, but it’s the cone that doesn’t get the shouts of praise it deserves. Whether it’s cake, sugar, or waffle, there’s no denying the power

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Adam Rapoport Resigns as Bon Appétit’s Editor-in-Chief Amid Cries of Racist Behavior

Bon Appétit Editor-in-Chief Adam Rapoport has resigned from his post, effective immediately. The move follows a series of revelations about a culture of exclusion and racist behavior culminating in a

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7 Ways Using Meal Kits Has Made Me a Better Cook

Wondering if meal kits are really worth it? One writer shares how using meal kit delivery services has made her a better cook—sometimes in surprising ways—and how they could help

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Anthony Bourdain Remembered by Fans: Ken Burns, José Andrés & More

Anthony Bourdain was a trailblazer in the industry, a champion of culture, food, and a beloved member of our Chowhound community. In 2018 we chatted with the “Parts Unknown” host. In 2019 CNN

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Anthony Bourdain’s Iconic Bistro Manual & More of Our Most-Discussed Cookbooks

Anthony Bourdain’s very first effort—”Les Halles Cookbook”— still ranks among the top 25 most-discussed cookbooks ever on Chowhound. See the full list of chatter-inspiring cookbooks below.  Cookbooks and recipes are

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Help the Hungry by Donating to These Food Banks During the Turndown 

With the coronavirus ravaging entire industries and putting many hourly wage workers out of a paycheck, more folks are going hungry in America and around the world. Consider donating to one of these food

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Pride Branding: Is All This Rainbow-Washing for Good or Greed?

As I watched a million pieces of rainbow glitter cascade off a bottle of vodka and down to the floor having just unboxed it from equally glittery packaging, three things occurred to me. One,

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Five Queer Restaurants to Try in June (Pride Month)

June marks the start of LGBTQ+ Pride Month and this year we’ll all be celebrating a little differently. It’s been 51 years since the protests at Stonewall Inn—an integral spark in the decades-long

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Support These Black-Owned Bars & Restaurants in Major U.S. Cities

Over the weekend, angst, anger, and unrest over the police killing of George Floyd reached a fever pitch, with many American cities seeing clashes between those protesting violence and inequality

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These Easy One Pot Meals Minimize Kitchen Messes

When it comes to an easy dinner, it’s hard to beat one pot meals—below, an ode to the one pot dinner ideal, and the best one pot recipes around.

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All the 2020 James Beard Foundation Media Award Winners

The James Beard Foundation held its annual media awards ceremony on Wednesday (virtually, of course). Among this year’s book winners were Toni Tipton-Martin for “Jubilee: Recipes from Two Centuries of

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Size Matters, Grass-Fed Doesn’t & Other BBQ Secrets from a Famed Pitmaster

Smoking the perfect brisket takes a little time and involvement but it’s so worth every bit. If you’re thinking about making a backyard brisket from scratch, leverage these great tips from

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Pancake Cereal Is the Adorable Food Hybrid Taking Social Media by Storm

Take a hike Cinnamon Toast Crunch, there’s a new breakfast bread-inspired cereal taking over the socials and it’s one you’re going to want to see—and try! If you’ve been furiously

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The Ultimate Guide to Different Types of Kale and How to Use Them

Longtime health food staple kale became a trend at some point (thanks, Brooklyn), but it’s stayed so popular that now it’s just a fact of life. No longer destined just

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This Lime Hand Cream Smells So Good, You’ll Want to Eat It

If you’re anything like me, your hands are starting to resemble those of a prehistoric dinosaur or a piece of old, distressed leather. And this is a good thing, because

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Chowhound Giveaway: Tovala Smart Oven Plus $100 in Accompanying Meals

Billed as part oven and part personal chef, the Tovala Oven may be one of the smartest kitchen appliances ever conceived. If you’re looking to simplify mealtime—and fast—we’re giving away

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Help Struggling Restaurants via These Creative Campaigns

Looking for ways to support the restaurant industry during the pandemic? There are numerous funds and creative campaigns launched that aim to get much-needed cash to restaurants, and fast. Here’s how to help.

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Please, Bug Out: 8 Things You Should Know About Cooking with Insects

The sticker shock of eating bugs has worn off. Western civilization may pride itself on its culinary heritage and prowess, its forward-thinking innovations in the gastronomic arena, but the fact

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This Smart Snack-Matching Company Asks Some Pretty Strange Questions

Not peanuts again! Tired old snacks are the new tuna fish sandwich, but a new algorithm-based snack matching startup called Gravy is here to help. And it just might be

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