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The Women of ‘Top Chef’ Are Taking Over Los Angeles

Season 16 of “Top Chef” was an impressive one for the show’s female contestants, as four of the competition’s final five spots were occupied by women. What their next move

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The Niche Warm Drinks That Will Get You Through a Chilly Spring

Here’s the thing, the arrival of spring doesn’t necessarily mean the snow (or rain, or sleet, or 30 degree temperatures) are over. On the upside, more cold weather means more

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How to Make Ranch Dressing

Seeing as ranch dressing has been the number-one best-selling salad dressing in America since 1992, you’ve probably consumed it in some form within the last year or so. Whether you

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9 Classic Women-Authored Cookbooks You Should Own

Our relationship to cookbooks can be an extremely personal thing. While some prefer to idly flip through them to enjoy the mouth-watering photos of perfectly styled dishes, others pore over

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What Is the Difference Between Pork Tenderloin and Pork Loin?

Despite what you might think, “What is the difference between pork loin and pork tenderloin?” is not a trick question. Although they sound incredibly similar, pork tenderloin and pork loin are

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7 Ways to Upgrade Your Hot Chocolate

Sure, the weather outside may be frightful, but if there’s one thing that’ll keep you chugging along through the winter months, it’s the always idyllic mug of hot chocolate. There’s

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These Celebrity Cookbooks Should Be on Your Shelf (And in Your Kitchen)

If you love these leading ladies on the big screen or concert stage (or even on television or Instagram), just wait until you check out the delicious recipes from their

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Chef Mia Castro Helps Us Celebrate International Women’s Day

At Chowhound, we love celebrating amazing women doing amazing things in the food industry. From highlighting our favorite female-founded food products, to giving some of the best chefs of all-time

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Is Corned Beef Actually Irish?

Ever since I was a little kid, my mom made sure to have a big feast on St. Patrick’s Day. The meal, of course, featured corned beef. Growing up, this

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Friday Food Finds: Unicorn Pudding, Spiked Seltzer, Wasabi Ranch Chips, and More!

You asked and we listened: This week’s Friday Food Finds features a bevy of boozy beverages that will be the perfect poolside companions as the temperatures rise and winter-time depression

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The Ultimate Guide to Crab

Have you ever been intimidated shopping for crab at the grocery store, or cooking it at home? It happens to me all the time. Which is why I decided enough

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What Is the Difference Between Meatballs and Swedish Meatballs?

If you’re trying to trace the branches in the family tree between polpette and kottbullar (aka Italian and Swedish meatballs), there’s no better place to start than with the meat

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What Is the Difference Between Crab and Krab?

If you’re anything like me, not much beats cracking into a bucket of sweet crabs at one of Florida’s outposts, like Ft. Lauderdale’s beloved Rustic Inn or world famous Joe’s Stone

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The Best Subscription Boxes for Beer Lovers

Whether you need to find the perfect gift for the beer lover in your life, or you are the beer lover and want to try new things, look no further

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12 Irish Foods to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day That Aren’t Corned Beef and Cabbage

Every St. Patrick’s Day since I can remember, my mother has made our traditional celebratory meal of corned beef and cabbage, with a side of soda bread. And though I’m

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The Ultimate Guide to Cooking with Matcha

Unless you’re living under a hermetically sealed rock in the Baltics, you know that matcha, the shade-grown green tea powder popular in Japanese tea ceremonies, has captured the imagination of the American

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How to Make Anything Into a Meatball

Whether encountered in Italian nonnas’ kitchens or in Swedish furniture store cafeterias, meatballs are always a welcome treat—but they’re certainly not locked into tradition if you don’t want them to

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Naturally Green Irish Food for St. Patrick’s Day

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, you can use artificial dye to tint anything green, from glasses of beer to entire rivers. If you’d rather avoid food coloring, though, you

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How to Make Bun Bo Hue

When you think Vietnamese soup, your mind probably goes straight to pho, but there is another fantastic bowl of brothy noodle goodness from Vietnam you should know: bun bo hue.

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What Is the Difference Between Pho and Bun Bo Hue?

When most people (outside of Asia) think of Vietnamese cuisine, a few dishes generally come to mind. Pho, a traditional peasant noodle soup with vermicelli (rice noodles) and thin fragrant

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The Best Food Shows on Hulu To Binge Right Now

If you’re a television fanatic who has streams most of your nightly entertainment (or daily, we don’t judge if you need a break at your computer come 2pm), you probably

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