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6 Ways to Use Spaghetti Squash in Desserts

Whether it’s your diet-obsessed aunt or that annoying friend who does Crossfit, there’s no denying you’ve heard about the wonders of spaghetti squash. And while you’ll never convince us it

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We Tried Every Pumpkin-Flavored Product at Trader Joe’s

Outside, we’re still awaiting the return of sweater weather. But inside your local Trader Joe’s, fall has arrived in full force. Pumpkin products started appearing on shelves about two weeks

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You Can Now Scare Your Friends With a Clown Doughnut Delivery

We’re not even sure the prospect of eating doughnuts makes this It-inspired delivery worth it. (Thanks a lot, Stephen King. You’ve not only managed to haunt our dreams, but also

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Want to Work from Home? Williams-Sonoma Is Looking for Holiday Employees

If you’re looking for a seasonal job, don’t like leaving your couch, and have a guaranteed spot on Santa’s Nice List, Williams-Sonoma may have the perfect opportunity for you. According

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How to Infuse Vinegar with Fall Spices

Vinegar has been appreciated since ancient times. It is the fermentation of ethanol alcohol that creates vinegar and anything that contains it such as beer, cider, wine, grain alcohol, or

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Food Is Fashion for ‘Project Runway’ Designer ChaCha

Food-inspired fashion may not be anything novel (just take a look at Jeremy Scott’s candy, pizza, and McDonald’s inspired collections), but for New York-based designer ChaCha, food IS fashion. And

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What Is Oktoberfest, Anyway?

This year, from Sept. 16 to Oct. 3, the world is celebrating Oktoberfest. To most (myself included), that means cracking a beer or six for no reason except that, hey,

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Cuisine d’Auteur: Chef Daniela Soto-Innes Finds Success in Simplicity

This article is brought to you by our friends at Stella Artois.  At only 26 years-old, it wouldn’t be wrong to assume that Daniela Soto-Innes is ticking off all of

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How to Carve a Pumpkin

It’s that time of year when everything is coming up orange and pumpkins take center stage on our stoops and in our windows. Pumpkin carving can be a fun family

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13 Things to Make with Pumpkin Pie Spice That Aren’t Pie

If there is one flavor that reigns supreme during the fall months, it’s got to be pumpkin pie spice. Pumpkin Pie Spice is a blend of ground spices, cinnamon, ginger,

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Kitchen Gadgets to Help You Prep for Your Halloween Party

Hallowe’en celebrations should be irresistibly haunting and undeniably delicious. It isn’t only about decorations (although whose life isn’t improved by amber-eyed raven lights?) and recipes for haunting cookies, demonic apples,

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What Is the Difference Between Black Truffles and White Truffles?

Fall brings us many of the best food smells, from steamy apple ciders to pumpkin pies to—if you have a taste and budget for luxury—truffles. While there are many different

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How To Incorporate Fall Flavors into Seasonal Cocktails

The cooler, crisper weather of fall evokes certain warm, comforting flavors, and we’re not just talking pumpkin spice (although, yes, that too).

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Eat Long and Prosper with this ‘Star Trek’-Inspired Menu

You don’t have to climb aboard the USS Enterprise to experience a food tour that’s out of this world. In fact, most of space’s drool-worthy (and downright repulsive) dishes can be

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What Is the Difference Between Canned and Carton Coconut Milk?

Coconut milk, whether canned or boxed, has become a mainstream staple in the American pantry. Easy to pull out of the cabinet, this ingredient magically transforms basic recipes into exotic

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The End of Summer Isn’t So Bad with Fall-Flavored Ice Cream

It certainly feels like summer is sticking around (quite literally, in the form of sweat), but today marks the first official day of fall. And while the transition of seasons

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What Are Apple Cider Doughnuts and Why Do They Taste So Good?

Before pumpkins swooped in and stole the show, apples were the go-to fall treat. The season wasn’t complete without an apple picking trip or a mug of hot cider on

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Friday Food Finds: Algae Lemonade, Kalamata Chocolate, Banana Almond Butter, and More!

We’re crying over the end of summer, but not over the influx of fall-flavored food products! And no, we’re not talking about the ever-so-notorious pumpkin spice. Your grocery store is

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The Domestic Dad’s Holiday Shopping Guide: Good for the Belly and the Wallet

It’s fall, which means it’s time to: Think about your fantasy football lineups Get over the residual dread this time of year brings about because you were conditioned to associate

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6 Unusual Ingredients to Forage for This Fall

Ever since the words New Nordic Cuisine became a part of our culinary lexicon, foraging emerged as the most popular activity attached to this concept. New Nordic Cuisine focuses on

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Pumpkin Spice Snacks That Go Way Beyond Lattes

Each fall seems to bring even more pumpkin spice products to shelves—and we’re not complaining. From the ubiquitous Starbucks PSL to pumpkin spice donuts and pumpkin cream cheese for your

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