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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

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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

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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

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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.

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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

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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

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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,

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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

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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

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Kentucky Derby Party Dishes Inspired by Horse Food

The Kentucky Derby is on Saturday and while preparing a traditional Southern feast sounds like a delicious option for any fancy cocktail party, we’ve got a more entertaining idea in

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11 Delicious Mint Cocktails That Aren’t Juleps

The Kentucky Derby may be synonymous with bourbon-heavy Mint Juleps, but there are plenty of other mint-infused cocktails worthy of international spotlight. Whether you can’t shoot whiskey (good luck being

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How to Make Toast for Dinner

Breakfast toast has been #trending for a while now, whether it’s of the avocado or unicorn variety. Toast is a good way to use up leftovers from a fresh loaf,

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The Universal Language of Baking

It’s hard to believe that Umber Ahmad once solely pursued a professional life outside of the bakery. Her delicious confections, ranging from award-winning brioche doughnuts to appropriately titled “heavenly” cheesecakes,

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How to Host a Vegan Dinner Party Meat Eaters Will Love

Throw a dinner party that just happens to have no animal products. You don’t even have to mention to your meat-eating friends that there will be no meat, dairy, eggs,

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What is the Difference Between Tzatziki and Tahini?

Although both of these delicious sauces start with a T, tzatziki is a refreshing cucumber and yogurt-based Greek dip while tahini is the Middle Eastern condiment that’s a paste (similar

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13 Easy Mug Cake Recipes That Make the Best Single Serving Desserts

Whether you’re limiting your calorie intake or don’t enjoy sharing food, microwavable mug cakes are a quick and easy alternative to baking standard-sized confections. Many times requiring only a small

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‘Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent’ Sizzles With Culinary Intrigue

Chef Jeremiah Tower may not be a household name like Alice Waters, even in California where he once made history. But if you’ve ever eaten a fine meal in a

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Black and White Dessert Recipes That Rebel Against the Rainbow Unicorn Trend

It’s safe to say that the world has collectively flipped out over Starbucks’ limited edition Unicorn Frappucino, but this isn’t the first time we’ve fallen victim to gimmicky marketing campaigns

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‘Paris Can Wait’ Star Diane Lane Delves into French Fare

“You can’t leave until you eat every last bite,” Chef Maria Sinskey tells the cluster of film and food media at her cooking demonstration and lunch party during the 2017

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What is the Difference Between Kefir and Yogurt?

Although kefir and yogurt are both cultured dairy products packed with probiotics and protein, there are a few key differences that differentiate one from the other. Yogurt is made from

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Become a Master of Enchiladas with These Easy Steps

Enchiladas are one of those foods that, when done correctly, you can’t stop thinking about (what’s better than a spicy, saucy, cheesy tortilla filled with meat or veggies?). But when

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