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We Can’t Get Enough of This $2 Instant Ramen

Quarantine life has certainly put our appetites to the test. While we’ve relied on pantry staples like pretzels, chocolate, and peanut butter to bring us familiar comforts, we’ve also ventured

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The 9 Most Googled Recipes Worldwide During Quarantine

Looking for some recipe inspiration? Google just released the most searched recipes over the last month so you can stay on trend with your quarantine cooking. If you’ve been on a new

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Why You Should Be Using Bug Salt With Your Mezcal

It may seem that kosher salt or sugar are the best types of rims for the beloved margarita, but they’re not the most authentic. In Mexico, sippers use bug salt

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You’ve Never Had Grilled Cheese Like This Before

This grilled cheese recipe from the ‘Umami Bomb’ cookbook is one of the best we’ve tried in while and it’s peak comfort food during quarantine. A great grilled cheese sandwich depends

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The Perfect Snacks to Pair with Five Classic Films

More than ever, we’re all looking for comforts to help tide us through these very long months in quarantine. That means comfort foods, of course, but lots of comfort viewing

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The Most Searched Recipe in Every State During Quarantine, According to Google

If you’re looking for new recipe inspiration, check out Google’s list of the most searched recipes by state during quarantine. From sourdough bread comfort to burger bliss, these popular recipes

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Here’s Where Chefs Are Eating First After Quarantine

It feels like forever since we’ve had restaurants in our lives, and, at times, it feels like it will be another forever until we get them back. But it will

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Amazon Just Made All Its Food Network Cooking Content Free for One Year

Looking for a free online cooking class? Amazon just released thousands of hours of cooking content—including classic shows and live culinary demos—to all device owners. It’s the perfect chance to hone your kitchen skills

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A Chef Offered Up Her Sourdough Starter on Instagram & the Results Are Amazing

Nothing travels faster than news in 2020, thanks to social media, except maybe sourdough starter. Just ask Johanna Hellrigl, the 31-year-old chef and Washington, D.C, resident who, at the start of

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White Claw Slushies Are Taking Over TikTok & We’re Here for It

What happens when an unstoppable drink trend meets an immovable social media platform? Frozen White Claw slushies on TikTok, that’s what. With quarantine creativity reaching new highs—or lows, depending on

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The Most Popular Wine & Booze Being Delivered in Quarantine

“In wine there is wisdom, in beer there is freedom, in water there is bacteria.” This quote is unattributed, but the lesson is universal. For imbibers, different tipples represent different

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IKEA Just Released Its Swedish Meatball Recipe and Quarantine Is Saved

IKEA’s iconic Swedish meatball recipe has been released to the public and we’re thinking quarantine just got a whole lot better. Read on to learn how to make the furniture

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The Right Way to Make a Tuna Melt

There may not be one single best way to make a tuna melt, but there is definitely a wrong way. To help you avoid disaster, here are the keys to

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9 Mother’s Day Gifts Guaranteed to Impress the Palate

Pandemic or not, every day should be a day that honors the mothers who tirelessly love us, comfort us, and keep us sane (well, most of the time). And while

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Follow These Easy Tips to Reduce Food Waste

There are many easy ways to reduce food waste, and lots of good reasons to do so. When we waste food, we waste both our own money (an average of

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A Low-Calorie, Nutrient-Dense Chocolate Mousse That Doesn’t Suck

This game-changer chocolate mousse recipe has roughly one-third of the calories in a typical chocolate mousse and will quiet the chocolate screams coming from within. A healthy dessert: The concept itself is itself

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Leave Quarantine a Better Cook with These Culinary MasterClasses

In this most dismal of springs, we have to look for silver linings, kids. Hopefully, you’ve mastered social distancing by now. And handwashing too, maybe. Oh, and also video-conferencing and

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Marie Kondo’s New Book Will Help You Tidy Your Workspace

Organizing expert Marie Kondo has already helped millions put their closets, kitchens, and homes in order—and she’s coming for your workspace next. In her new book “Joy at Work,” now available,

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You Should Definitely Make Matzo Lasagna for Passover This Year 

Matzo lasagna or “matsagna” is poised to take Passover menus by storm. But what is matzo lasagna and how do you make it? We’ve got the lowdown on the festive

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Celebrate the Most Significant Women in American Culinary History

Throughout International Women’s Month, Chowhound is sharing stories from and about a wealth of women entrepreneurs, businesses, chefs, and cookbook writers who have all found success in the food space.

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Samin Nosrat’s New Podcast Tackles Cooking (& Anxiety) in the Age of Quarantine

Samin Nosrat, the bubbly chef, New York Times columnist, and author of “Salt Fat Acid Heat” (hit cookbook turned TV series) has launched a new limited-run quarantine cooking podcast. With

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