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What Is the Difference Between Stock and Broth?

It's a soup stumper.

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Marie Kondo Your Kitchen With These 11 Amazon Products

Marie Kondo has made an art form (and a business—and arguably, a cult) out of home organization. Through her KonMari Method, she encourages you to only keep items in your

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A $25 Space-Saving K-Cup Coffee Maker on Sale at Best Buy

As far as space-savers go, the CHEFMAN single-serve K-cup coffee maker is about as good as it gets. Right now Best Buy is selling the small yet sleek pod coffee

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This Easy, Cheesy Asparagus Tart Tastes Like You’re in France

Melissa Clark, a staff writer for the New York Times food section, is a self-proclaimed Francophile. As a kid, she spent summers in France, traversing the country with her family

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How to Store Fresh Produce So Fruit, Vegetables, and Herbs Last Longer

Knowing the best way to store fresh fruit, veggies, and herbs so they last longer is only half the battle; actually doing it is also kind of important. Right now,

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Easy Vegetarian Dinner Ideas Perfect for Weeknights

Too often, recipes for vegetarian entrées seem more like side dishes masquerading as mains, or they rely on loads of fatty cheese or butter for flavor. These easy vegetarian mains

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How Making Wine as Therapy Changed One Woman’s Life

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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The Best Chip and Dip Combos of All Time

March 23 is National Chip and Dip Day and I AM HERE FOR IT. As a New Yorker with proud Midwestern heritage, I feel that chips and dip are my

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What Is the Difference Between Jam and Jelly?

For as long as we’ve been eating fruit, people have been keen to find a way to preserve it in order to enjoy it year-long. The easiest way to accomplish

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How to Make Easy Italian Meatballs in Tomato Sauce

Cooked right in the sauce.

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This Wine Lovers’ Easter Basket Is for Adults Only

With COVID-19 impacting all aspects of life, Easter celebrations are likely to look at least a little different this year—online masses and Skype sessions with far-flung family, for instance—but we

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When You Can’t Work From Home: This Week in Hospitality

On Sunday, March 8, I left New York for a trip to London, joking with one of my coworkers during my last restaurant shift that maybe the trip would get

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Vegan Cookbook Author Jenné Claiborne’s Strategy for Easy Meatless Meals

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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All-Clad Cookware Sets at 55% Off & More Kitchen Deals at Nordstrom Right Now

Spring is officially here and Nordstrom is offering up a sale on a slew of kitchen and home products for 25% off. If you have extra free time on your hands, you

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How to Make the Most of Frozen Vegetables and Fruit

Faced with a lot of frozen food to use right now? We rounded up the best ways to use frozen fruit and cook frozen vegetables so they never feel like

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5 Great Snack Boxes Full of Treats From Around The World

If your quarantine snacks are getting stale already (figuratively speaking), try one of our favorite snack boxes or subscription services to keep the munchies fresh and fun. Opening a surprise snack box

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A Highly-Rated $35 Air Fryer for Healthy, Quick & Easy Cooking

Tinkering with a new kitchen toy is one way to pass time during the current coronavirus lockdown. Right now, Best Buy has a highly-rated Bella 3.5-quart air fryer for just $35 (marked down from $60). The perfect tool

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Ricotta Cheese Grows in Brooklyn: How One Woman Built a Mini Empire

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

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These Vegetarian Peanut Soba Noodles Make Weeknight Cooking Effortless

Tired of Easy Mac and lackluster takeout? Change it up with these flavor-packed peanut soba noodles that deserve a spot in your weeknight dinner rotation. You’ll barely spend any time

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How to Shop for Groceries If You’re Concerned About Coronavirus

No matter how scary the word quarantine is, the fact remains that social distancing is key to helping prevent the spread of coronavirus. But even if it’s easy for you

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A Mesh Skimmer, Cheese Cloth & More of Our Most-Discussed Kitchen Tools

There’s never been a better time to experiment in the kitchen than right now. Of course, the recent coronavirus outbreak and lockdown has us all a bit rattled but occupying your mind and hands with

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