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Copycat Mac and Cheese Recipes from Your Favorite Restaurant Chains

We collected the best copycat recipes for your favorite mac and cheese, from Boston Market, Cracker Barrel, KFC, and more. You’re welcome. Thanks to social distancing necessitated by the coronavirus

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The Ultimate Ground Beef Guide with 15 Essential Recipes

Ground beef is one of the supporting pillars of mainstream food worldwide. It’s cheap, readily available, and can be applied to all kinds of preparations. So here’s a handy guide

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9 Vegetarian Slow Cooker Recipes to Welcome Spring

Slow cookers have a rep as the carnivore’s kitchen appliance–the busy cook’s vessel for meaty, long-simmered stews and pot roast-style dishes–but vegetarian recipes fare as well, if not better, in

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Upgrade Your Banana Bread with Mix-Ins You Already Have on Hand

Fact: Banana bread is the ultimate, go-to baked good. Easy to make and even memorize, difficult to screw up, capable of behaving as a simple breakfast or afternoon snack unto

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11 Ricotta Recipes You’ll Rave About This Spring

We always look forward to spring produce as the weather warms (even if we are enjoying it from home this year), but we’ll never quit cheese. Still, blankets of cheddar

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The Most Delicious Rice Recipes to Make for Dinner

When it comes to side dishes, rice is pretty much your no-brainer, goes-with-everything, workhorse par excellence. And while there is a sort of understated elegance to a mound of plain,

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Canned Tomatoes: A Comprehensive Guide to a Pantry Staple

OK, so your pantry is suddenly jam-packed with industrial sized canned tomatoes. Luckily there is no shortage of ways to take advantage of the world’s favorite fruit masquerading as a

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15 Canned Sardine Hacks for a Better Snack

Why these small fish should not be overlooked.

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Pickle Juice Beyond Shots: Creative Ways to Use Your Leftover Pickle Brine

Once you finish a jar of pickles, what do you do with the abundance of tangy, salty brine left behind? If you’re like most people, the probable answer is: Throw

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How to Make Creamy Egg Salad Sans Mayonnaise

A simple and decidedly humble dish, egg salad is nonetheless pretty easy to screw up. Proportions are key, and that mostly means a judicious hand with the mayonnaise. No one

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9 Copycat Soup Recipes from Your Favorite Restaurant Chains

These copycat soup recipes are just what you need right now. Even if it’s finally warming up where you are, you can’t go out to eat at your favorite restaurant,

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Since You Can’t Go on Spring Break, Drink These Tropical Cocktails at Home

This is the year when even the most ardent spring breakers should be staying home. Social distancing is incredibly important during the coronavirus crisis, but it’s OK to be disappointed

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Easy Low Sugar Breakfast Recipes to Start Your Day Off Right

If you want to eat less sugar, finding no-sugar and low sugar breakfast recipes that are both easy to make and delicious is a crucial piece of the puzzle.

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The Best Ways to Use All the Beans in Your Pantry

Wondering how to use beans when faced with a surplus in the pantry? From black beans to chickpeas and canned beans to dried, here are the best ways to use

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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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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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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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9 Dishes to Make for Persian New Year

With the start of spring and the Persian New Year, now is the perfect time to make Persian food at home. From tahdig to various Iranian stews, these are some

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15 Reasons Why Shiitakes are the King of All Mushrooms

I’ve never met a mushroom I didn’t like. But if I had to name one variety that trumps them all, it would be shiitakes. The brown, saucer-shaped fungi are indigenous

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Stuck at Home? Beat Boredom with 13 Edible Crafts for Kids

These fun kids’ crafts are even better since they’re edible—just the thing for fighting boredom (and hangry tantrums too). We usually rely on them all summer, but they’re just as

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Easy Pasta Recipes to Make with Pantry Staples

This post was originally written several years ago to highlight no-fail, delicious weeknight dinners, but it seems especially appropriate to resurface now, since it showcases three extremely easy pasta recipes

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