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Millennial Pink Recipes to Make for Your New Graduate

Millennial Pink Recipes to Make for Your New Graduate

Hooray for May and hooray for all of the new graduates in your life! Whether it's your daughter, niece, sister, or friend bidding adieu to four long exciting years of high school or college, chances are likely that she has rocked one of the most basic trends to come from our enviably bold and too-proud-for-their-own-good millennials: a pure and utter obsession with the color pink. And not just any color pink...millennial pink, the rosé-hued, subdued version of Barbie's signature Corvette that has littered computer desktops, Rent the Runway gowns, and chipped manicures for years. READ MORE

15 Non-Traditional Burger Recipes For Your Memorial Day Weekend

15 Non-Traditional Burger Recipes For Your Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial day, the official kick off for summer, is a time for the three B’s: barbecue, beaches, and burgers. And while anyone can buy a few frozen patties and throw them on the grill, you read Chowhound for a reason! READ MORE

These Grilled Peanut Butter Sandwich Combos Will Change Your Life

These Grilled Peanut Butter Sandwich Combos Will Change Your Life

There's no debate over peanut butter and jelly being one of the most beloved sandwich combinations of all time, but grilled peanut butter and jelly sandwiches take a lunchtime classic from familiar and delicious to knee-slapping, lip-smacking, "OMG"-inducing fantastic. Crunchy bread paired with a warm, gooey inside instantly elevates the basic PB&J to gourmet level status, while the addition of ingredients like almond butter, bacon, and even cheese (yes, you heard that correctly) will make all prior lunchbox creations pale in comparison. The possibilities, as with most culinary endeavors in life, are truly endless. READ MORE

12 Carrot Cake Recipes That Make It Fun to Eat Your Vegetables

12 Carrot Cake Recipes That Make It Fun to Eat Your Vegetables

Carrot cake is the only cake I know that can boast a full pound of vegetables contained within the batter. The grated carrots make for a moist cake and a good dose of beta carotene in each bite (for cake, at least). And with cream cheese frosting, it’s one of the most decadent desserts you can put on the table. There are as many kinds of carrot cake recipes as there are carrot cake lovers—try one of these nine recipes and you’ll be sure to find the one that rings your bell. READ MORE

Why Israeli Food is So Hot Right Now

Why Israeli Food is So Hot Right Now

Israeli food is having a moment, beyond hummus dips and falafel fast food. It's the dinner you aspire to have. READ MORE

What Grilling Really Means in the Midwest and the South

What Grilling Really Means in the Midwest and the South

Chef Thomas Boemer wants to set one assumption straight: Discussing Midwestern grilling in general is like lumping all Southern desserts together, from Key lime pie to beignets. You just can't do it. And he's an award-winning chef in Minnesota in particular, which is quite different from other parts of the region — besides his state's obvious northern, lake-filled qualities. READ MORE

Everything You Need to Know About Using Herbs in Cocktails

Everything You Need to Know About Using Herbs in Cocktails

Spring has sprung and herbs like basil, rosemary, mint, and sage are on the verge of growing like the vines in Jumanji. Since it's National Herb Week and your inclination may be to toss some fragrant greens in a sauce or dip, why not kick things up a notch by incorporating some flora into your favorite cocktails? READ MORE

Because She Said So: Mom’s Cooking Advice Finally Makes Sense

Because She Said So: Mom’s Cooking Advice Finally Makes Sense

You've been an adult for awhile now, but you hear your mom's voice in your head when you're cooking. You used to roll your eyes at those nuggets of wisdom, but now you understand the reasons behind what she said. Sometimes it takes hearing the same advice from a professional. Other times, it's just the discovery while cooking yourself. READ MORE

Why Do Some of Us Hate Cilantro?

Why Do Some of Us Hate Cilantro?

Frankly, President Donald Trump has nothing on the world's most polarizing food: cilantro. The small, leafy herb, also known as coriander, is most commonly served in either plant or dried seed form in various Asian and Mexican cuisines. But why do some welcome parsley's cousin with open arms while others loathe its "soapy" taste? The answer, like with most things in life, can be attributed to basic science. READ MORE

Table Manner Tips That Would Make Mom Proud

Table Manner Tips That Would Make Mom Proud

No, we're not in the buttoned-up 1950s, and you might not eat many dinners where there's a question of which fork to use. Considering how many of us eat at our desks, on the couch, or in the car, the idea of following a bunch of table manners seems to apply to our lives less and and less. Maybe the point is moot in your solo meals, but when eating with others at home or at a restaurant, spare your dining partner the embarrassment or disgust that comes from tossing out all the rules. Let your mother feel like she did a good job raising you. Show her some of those teachings from childhood actually stuck. We're all for enjoying our food with abandon and letting loose, but you don't have to be gross or gauche about it. READ MORE