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What Is the Difference Between Piña Coladas and Daiquiris?

Though they’re both pool party staples, piña coladas and daiquiris are not to be confused. They’re both rum-based cocktails, but that’s where the similarities of these historic cocktails end. Piña

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How to Make a Frittata Without a Recipe

Eggs for dinner are fun.

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11 Frozen Versions of Your Favorite Cocktails

With summer in full swing we’re right in the midst of outdoor boozing season. Bevs like piña coladas and frozen daiquiris may be delicious on their own, but they’re pretty much

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Throw an Italian Aperitivo That Will Put Summer Happy Hours to Shame

The tradition of Italian aperitivo is, by its very nature, a civilized affair. Drinks are light, lively, and low in alcohol. Snacks are simple, artful, and typically nibbly bites intended

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What Is the Difference Between AmazonFresh and Prime Now?

Amazon has completely changed the way the world shops, and yes, that includes how we buy groceries. The e-commerce juggernaut offers several food delivery services including Prime Now and AmazonFresh.

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How to Make a Lighter, Brighter Bloody Mary Perfect for Summertime

Bloody Marys may be the ultimate brunch cocktail, and they’re good all year round, but some can be a little too rich and heavy for ideal hot weather sipping. Luckily,

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Creative Ways to Add Fresh Summer Fruit to Your French Toast

French toast, no matter how you make it, is always amazing. In my humble opinion, there is nothing better than French toast with strawberries, bananas, and a TON of strawberry

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What Is the Difference Between French Press and Pour-Over Coffee?

How can something with only two ingredients (coffee beans and water) have so many endless variations and possibilities? On the one hand, it’s fun to figure out the myriad differences

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What Makes a Breakfast Burrito a Breakfast Burrito?

When you imagine “breakfast burrito,” you might imagine something different than the person next to you imagines. Your perspective depends a lot on where you grew up, what you think

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Lidia Bastianich Takes Us Through the History of Cacio e Pepe

Cacio e pepe is a social media sensation. Everywhere you look, there are live-action pasta lifts or perfectly backlit shots of creamy, bespeckled, oh-so-twirlable mounds of this classic pasta dish.

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How to Make Fruit Salad That Doesn’t Suck

Fruit salad is a staple of hotel breakfast buffets and brunch spots (and hospital cafeterias and elementary schools) everywhere—but it’s rarely any good. From hard, unripe fruit—chunks of bland melon

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Chill Out This Summer with Homemade Beer Slushies

A wise man once inquired, “What’s cooler than being cool?” The answer, of course: ICE COLD! Case in point, the beer slushie, which is poised to reign as the boozy

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A Comprehensive Guide to Fried Chicken

While pork may be the most commonly consumed meat worldwide, it’s chicken that’s the most versatile. Fried chicken, our favorite variety (duh), comes in all types from all parts of

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These Simple Tips Make Eggs Benedict Easy, Even for a Crowd

Some foods fall naturally into the categories of both breakfast and brunch: pancakes and waffles, scrambled eggs. But along with Bloody Marys and bottomless mimosas, eggs Benedict tends to be

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The Hawaiian and Not-So-Hawaiian Histories of the Mai Tai

If you’re lucky enough to be going to a tropical paradise this summer, or even if you’re not, one of the best ways to relax during a heatwave is to

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Make These Crazy Good Pancakes for Brunch (or Dessert)

If there’s one aspect of pancakes we love more than any other, it’s the cake part. Seriously, it’s a series of cakes made in a pan. And you get to

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Breakfast Pizza Will Brighten Up Any Morning

Pizza for breakfast? Sure, why not! Pizza in the morning is no problem if you’re willing to switch up the toppings. Since it’s made of bread, cheese, and tomatoes, pizza

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What Makes Food ‘American?’

What makes food “American?” When I first considered the question, my mind went to the obvious, expected place: burgers and fries, hot dogs, barbecue, fried chicken, chicken wings, meatloaf, biscuits and

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How Did Nathan’s Become the Most Famous Hot Dog Brand in America?

When an unassuming Coney Island hot dog stand opened in 1916, no one imagined that it would become an iconic American institution. But over a century later Nathan’s has become

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These Red, White, and Blue Beers Are Essential Fourth of July Drinking

The Fourth of July is all about the red, white, and blue and beer should be no exception. Not only do red ales, white beers, and blue(berry) sours complement that

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Vegan Recipes for the 4th of July Grill

It’s officially summer and 4th of July is right around the corner. That means it’s grilling time. Whether you eat a plant-based diet or just want to consume lighter fare

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