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12 Cheeky Letter Boards That Totally Describe All Our Thoughts on Food — Funny  

Whether you love the letter board trend or happen to be totally over it, you must admit that some of the sayings that pop up on your Instagram feed are pretty darn brilliant — especially the ones about food. We rounded up 12 of the funniest, most spot-on ones we could find. Use them for inspiration for your own board (we've also included some shopping links, in case you find yourself in the market for one!), or just scroll through to get a good chuckle. READ MORE »

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2018-08-21 11:54:06

Chance the Rapper's Movie Debut Is About a Pizzeria Built on the Gateway to Hell  

"Slice" also features werewolves, and Joe Keery from "Stranger Things" The trailer for Chance the Rapper's film debut has landed, and the hip hop star's pizza-centric horror-thriller-slasher Slice seems rather, uh, all-dressed. Bearing the tagline "Dead. In 30 minutes or less," Slice traces the aftermath of a murdered pizza delivery driver, leading to a bloody romp loaded with a portal to hell, stabbings, car-crushings, and Chance morphing into a werewolf. Ch...

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2018-08-21 11:02:05

Roasted-Tomato “Raisins” Are Sweet and Savory and Go With Anything  

By slowly roasting whole tomatoes in the oven, the centers grow concentrated and jammy and they turn into a savory tomato "raisin." Read More

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2018-08-21 10:30:59

Chef Sheldon Simeon Pays Tribute to Hawaiʻi in Everything He Does  

Meet the host of Eater's Cooking in America When Eater set out to explore the ways immigrants in the United States maintain a connection to their home countries through its series Cooking in America — chef Sheldon Simeon was an easy choice for host. After its first season highlighted everything from Uzbek to Malaysian cuisine in New York City, Eater tapped Simeon — a beloved Top Chef contestant from the show's Seattle arc — for the video series' second season. Th...

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2018-08-21 10:30:02

Google Created Ads for a Fake Pizzeria to Learn About Its Users  

An avocado crime wave sweeps through New Zealand, plus more food and restaurant news Google recently created a bunch of YouTube ads for a fake pizzeria called Doctor Fork to test out various advertising strategies. Thirty-three of these fake spots were served to YouTube viewers, racking up over 20 million impressions. From this sneaky experiment, Google's Unskippable Labs team learned that users favor "multi-sensory experiences," and they respond positively to close-up...

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2018-08-21 10:30:02

3 Ways to Ripen a Tomato Without Ruining It — Tips from The Kitchn  

Even during peak tomato season, sometimes the only ones you can find are a little too firm, and missing the deep-red glow synonymous with a perfectly ripe tomato. But just because it's a little underripe when you purchase it doesn't mean all hope is lost. Tomatoes are one of a handful of fruits that continue to ripen after they've been picked, so a subpar one can be ripe and juicy in no time with the right care and attention. Here are three easy ways to ripen tomatoes. READ MORE

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2018-08-21 10:26:54

Watch: Pitmaster James Woodard Is Keeping Oakland's Barbecue Tradition Alive  

Cooking in America heads to Smokin Woods for juicy angus short rib, and mom-made mac and cheese It's the seventh season of Cooking in America, and host Sheldon Simeon is exploring the food community in Oakland, California. In the 1950s and 1960s, there was a large migration of African American families to the west coast from various southern states. With them, these families brought classic iterations of southern barbecue, turning Oakland into a pulled pork, smoked brisket, a...

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2018-08-21 09:12:01

This Mushroom "Alfredo" Pasta Bake Has a Secret Ingredient — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. If you've been following the Delicious Links column for any period of time, you probably guessed the secret ingredient already. (Here's a hint: We're certifiably obsessed.) Yes, the secret ingredient is cauliflower and, in this delicious rendition of Alfredo pasta a la Pinch of Yum, its magical properties allow it to tra

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2018-08-21 07:41:51

Recipe: Honey-Citrus Vinaigrette — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Hoping to take your fruit salad from good to absolutely outstanding? You need this easy honey-citrus vinaigrette. Once you try this tangy three-ingredient dressing, I guarantee you'll never serve just plain ol' fruit salad again. It's a vibrant mix of orange juice and lime juice, with just enough honey to balance the tartness without adding too much sweetness. Because, hey, that's what the fruit's for, right? READ MORE »

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2018-08-21 06:33:34

​If You Love Starbucks' Egg Bites, Get Yourself to Costco NOW — Shopping  

We're guessing, since you clicked on this article, that you love (or at least like!) the egg bites at Starbucks. And why shouldn't you? They're a protein-packed, on-the-go breakfast option. More specifically, they're eggy bites that are cooked sous vide (in a low-temperature water bath) until they're velvety smooth and then studded with bacon and cheese or vegetables. They're delicious! They're convenient! They're a whopping $4.45 for two! If you want to spend less on break

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2018-08-21 04:36:13

The Sparkling Water I Like Way More than LaCroix — Shopping  

There's no way to downplay this: I'm obsessed with carbonated water. There's just something about the fizzy goodness that appeals to my tastebuds in a way normal H20 never could. If I'm being honest, I reach for seltzer way, way more than tap water. (Spoiler alert! That's okay. Read: Is Seltzer an Okay Substitute for Water? Experts Weigh In.) I know I'm not alone. Recent numbers find that Americans are drinking close to 170 million gallons of seltzer per year. While most Kitchn

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2018-08-21 04:35:12

15 Lunch Box Snacks You Should Add to Your Trader Joe's Shopping List — Grocery Shopping  

We've said it before and we'll say it again: Trader Joe's is a snack mecca. Within the aisles, you will find all sorts of private-label snacks that are exclusive to the grocery chain. The best part about TJ's snacks, other than the unbeatable price, is the unique selection. And so many of these snacks were practically designed to go in a lunch box. Check out these pack-able steals, but be warned: You're going to want to stock up. READ MORE »

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2018-08-21 04:08:48

These 5 Slow Cooker Recipes Need Only 5 Ingredients and a Glance — Snapshot Cooking  

Welcome to Snapshot Cooking, the home of Kitchn's easiest recipes. These mini recipes are so simple you can practically cook from the before-and-after snapshot itself. If you're on the market for a new winning chicken dinner, say hello to five brand-new contenders. These set-it-and-forget-it meals require just five ingredients, and the slow cooker basically does all the work for you. Sounds too good to be true, right? It's not — it's just easy weeknight cooking at its finest. R...

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2018-08-21 03:28:44

Shocker! Mary Berry Lied a Little Bit on Your Favorite TV Show. — Food TV  

If there's ever a contemporary remake of A Few Good Men, it might be worth recasting Colonel Nathan Jessup. It's not that Jack Nicholson won't be up to reprise one of his most iconic roles, it's just that there's someone else who could say "YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!" — and it's Mary Berry. Berry, everyone's fave former Great British Bake Off judge, has admitted that she fudged the truth a bit when she evaluated some of the contestants on the BBC show. Why? Because, like Nichols...

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2018-08-21 03:07:06

Quit This Grocery Shopping Habit and Save at Least $20 a Month! — Shopping  

Fact: The convenience of having a pre-portioned, pre-packed snacks in your fridge or pantry to grab and go anytime, whether you're packing up for work or school, is undeniable. And so I remain eternally grateful to the companies that make the little hummus-and-pretzel packs and sacks of olives. (They're much healthier alternatives to picking up a bag of chips at the convenience store!) And yet. As you already know, with convenience comes a price. Yeah, we've all known for a wh

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2018-08-21 02:24:37

PepsiCo's Purchase of SodaStream Says a Lot About What the Consumer Wants — Food News  

Indra Nooyi announced that she was stepping down as CEO from PepsiCo just two weeks ago, but before she ends her 12-year reign officially on October 3, she's doing one more big thing for the Fortune 500 company: buying SodaStream. It was announced today that PepsiCo is buying the DIY sparkling-water giant, SodaStream, for $3.2 billion. Nooyi says the purchase aligned with the PepsiCo's "philosophy of making more nutritious products while limiting our environmental footpri

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2018-08-20 21:41:28

Anthropologie's Fall Home Line Came Out Today – Here Are the Best Under-$20 Finds — Shopping  

Labor Day is exactly two weeks away, which means even if we're not going to see leaves change or temperatures drop for a while, we're already getting excited for fall. Anthropologie must sense our summer ennui, because the brand's fall home collection was just released. The looks are all classic Anthro (bold prints, cute animals, and whimsical takes on classic pieces) with colors updated for fall. And there are a surprising amount of fun goodies for just $20 or less.

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2018-08-20 18:24:26

The Past, Present, and Future of Freeze Pops  

How the icy treats that dominated your childhood are faring in the modern world When Mindy Freedman was a kid growing up in Atlanta, her school organized color wars every summer. Kids were placed into different teams — red, blue, orange — and competed against each other in various sports: dodgeball, soccer, squash. After a long day of games, as a reward, coaches passed out Fla-vor-ice — in Georgia they call them "icees" — that corresponded to their team color. "Ev...

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2018-08-20 17:52:02

Lifelike Taiwanese Ice Cream Dogs Are Slightly Terrifying  

Say hello to the internet's new dessert fixation Move over Black Tap Milkshakes and Cronuts, because there's a new sweet treat that the citizens of the internet are obsessed with right now: ice cream Shar-Pei puppies. They're little, they're cute, they melt when you don't eat them fast enough, and they're only available at one shop in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; ...

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2018-08-20 17:27:06

25 Salads You'll Actually Want to Eat for Lunch — Recipes from The Kitchn  

We've all been there: You pack up a wholesome salad filled with lots of vegetables for lunch, but by the time noon rolls around you're starving and nothing could look more unappealing than said salad. So you tuck it back into your work bag and run out with friends to buy something. Forget those days — here are 25 salads you'll actually want to eat! Not only are they filled with things like beans, chicken, and whole grains so they fill you up, but they're also loaded with enough flav...

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2018-08-20 16:33:35

Let's Not Oversell the Critic  

From the Editor: Restaurant critics are vital, but there are so many food world storytellers these days This post originally appeared on August 11, 2018, in Amanda Kludt's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. Once I had the chance to pick my jaw up off the floor at the original headline that ran with the piece (it's since been changed to a bad food pun) and tweet s...

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2018-08-20 15:31:06

Che Fico's Star Pastry Chef Takes the Helm at SF Diner and Bakery Theorita  

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2018-08-20 14:57:54

The 10 Best Ways to Cook Corn Right Now — Recipe Roundup  

I'm about to get really corny about corn, because I can't eat enough of it right now. Whether you're eating this summer jewel straight from the cob, adding it to a chowder, or enjoying it on nachos (yes really), you're doing it right. Here are 10 recipes that I'm pretty excited about making in the next few weeks. READ MORE »

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2018-08-20 13:52:26

Massive Mall Near NJ's MetLife Stadium Will Have Over 100 Restaurants   

American Dream has been 16 years in the making, with a Vice food hall, a Kosher food hall, and much more

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2018-08-20 12:59:25

Try This One-Ingredient Trick for Super Delicious Chicken — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. We're always looking for creative ways to spice up plain chicken breasts (and we know our readers are too), so when we come across a clever way to prepare our go-to weeknight protein, we're all ears. Here's one method we hadn't heard of yet that we thought you might like to know about: Apparently that almost-empty jar of apricot p

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2018-08-20 12:58:15

Watch Sacha Baron Cohen Convince a Food Critic to Eat Human Flesh  

Here's an outrageous clip from the comedian's new prank show, Who is America? A new segment from Sacha Baron Cohen's Showtime series Who Is America? mocks the self-serious nature of restaurant criticism, while also lampooning the fine dining trend of menus driven by a personal narrative. Cannibalism is a key part of this over-the-top prank. In the clip, Cohen plays Rick Sherman, a former convict who now serves high-end cuisine inspired by his experiences in prison. Sher...

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2018-08-20 11:34:26

Recipe: Sheet Pan Balsamic Glazed Chicken & Potatoes — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Sheet pan dinners are easy by nature but this one is especially stress-free, thanks to quick-cooking boneless, skinless chicken breasts. Brushed with a sweet and tangy balsamic glaze and baked alongside crispy potato wedges and tender peppers and onions, the crowd-pleasing protein makes for our smartest sheet pan meal yet. READ MORE »

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2018-08-20 11:18:10

As Puerto Rico Recovers, a Bright Light in San Juan's Welcoming Vianda  

At just five months old, Francis Guzman and Amelia Dill's restaurant already feels like a vital part of island's dining scene Francis Guzman and Amelia Dill were halfway through the yearlong construction of their San Juan restaurant, Vianda, when Hurricane Maria hurdled across Puerto Rico last September and tore the island apart. Nearly a year after the storm, residents of some of Puerto Rico's most remote, mountainous swaths are finally seeing electricity restored in t...

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2018-08-20 10:49:57

Recipe: Easy One-Pot Chicken Taco Soup — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners  

Ready for a Taco Tuesday reboot? Loaded with juicy shreds of chicken, hearty black beans, and sweet corn, all swimming in a smoky, spiced broth, this chicken taco soup recipe is one you're going to want to keep close by through the fall and beyond. Clocking in at about 30 minutes, this soup is definitely weeknight-friendly and just what to eat when you want big flavor without a ton time. READ MORE »

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2018-08-20 10:23:45

The 8 Best Kinds of Groceries to Buy at T.J.Maxx — Shopping  

Nobody gets fired up about T.J.Maxx quite like I do. I mean, when was the last time you scheduled your weekend around hitting your local store? Or sought out a TJX — or three — when traveling just to see how different the inventory is compared to the store you usually go to? (Fun fact: T.J.Maxx stores in Florida actually offer a 10 percent senior discount on EVERYTHING on Mondays. Forget Disney World — next vacay, grab a grandparent and get your shop on in the Sunshine State.) RE...

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2018-08-20 09:59:59

PepsiCo Is Buying SodaStream for $3.2 Billion  

Watch the trailer for Tiffany Haddish's Thanksgiving movie, plus more food news to start your day As part of its plan to completely dominate the fizzy-beverage market, PepsiCo is buying drink-machine maker SodaStream for $3.2 billion. Since SodaStream produces beverages that are relatively light compared to Pepsi and other canned and bottled products, Fast Company notes that the beverage titan might be trying to appeal to customers who are "shunning traditional soda drin...

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2018-08-20 09:16:02

Dozens of Bulk Snacks You Can Get at Costco for $10 or Less — Shopping  

I love Costco for its great per-unit prices, but the reality is that you're often buying such large quantities that you end up spending more at the time of purchase than you would at your usual trip to the grocery store. So if you're stocking up on a variety of snacks — especially items like nuts or jerky — you can easily spend a hundred dollars and only get a few things. In the interest of your budget, here are dozens of bulk snacks that you can get at Costco for $10 or less....

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2018-08-20 08:40:35

Cook Like a Pro with This New Ina Garten Spatula — Shopping  

My dream of cooking with Ina Garten just became a little more real. Last week Williams Sonoma released a bunch of custom spatulas from your favorite celebrities, including the likes of Gwen Stefani, Questlove, Giada De Laurentiis, and of course Ina Garten. Are you ready to cook like a pro with your favorite Food Network star? Gimme! READ MORE »

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2018-08-20 08:25:23

Classic Recipe: Marcella Hazan's Famous Tomato Sauce — Essential Recipes from The Kitchn  

When it comes to essentials, like tomato sauce, originality is overrated. Marcella Hazan's classic tomato sauce is famous and adored, and justly so. Scads of bloggers and food writers have written about it, so I'm just following along. This is one of the best sauces I know, and it only needs four (yes, four) ingredients. READ MORE »

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2018-08-20 08:25:17

The Smartest Ways to Deal with Cords on Your Kitchen Counter — Organizing Tips from The Kitchn  

Despite the fact that the kitchen is meant for cooking and eating, most of us use it for all kinds of things, including charging our phones or computers, listening to music, and the like. As I glance over to my countertops, I see not one or two but seven different cord messes — two of which are actually kitchen appliances, but the rest include the baby monitor, the Sonos, and chargers for my phone, watch, and computer. It's a lot, and they can turn into a mess! Naturally, I think...

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2018-08-20 08:24:12

Can You Really Make Hard-Shell Tacos in Your Toaster? — Internet Cooking  

When we came across this hack, in which soft tortillas are transformed into hard-shell tacos using nothing but a toaster, we were slightly skeptical. How on earth could just a few minutes of toasting make a floppy flour tortilla the same consistency as a Crunchwrap Supreme? The only way to prove the skeptics wrong was to test this trick out myself on my own turf, in my own toaster, on my own terms. Here are the potential pitfalls of this recipe (which I guess is technically

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2018-08-20 05:47:16

The Best Sources for Finding Cheap Art and Photo Frames — Shopping  

This is a problem we all seem to struggle with ... finding a way to display artwork without paying huge amounts of money for framing. Since the type of framing we choose usually depends on the artwork, we're always having to come up with new solutions to the problem. Along the way, we've found a few cheap sources for frames that we keep coming back to. Read on to check them out. READ MORE »

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2018-08-20 05:20:02

6 Surprising Foods You Can Buy at Urban Outfitters — Shopping  

ICYMI: Urban Outfitters has a lot more to offer than graphic tees and cute jewelry. In addition to great clothes and accessories, the store sells trendy skincare products, gorgeous furniture, and fun office supplies. And if you look closely at Urban Outfitter's "Wellness" section, you'll find plenty of vitamins, healing crystals, and food. Yes, you read that correctly. Of course, we're not talking bananas and gallons of milk. In true hipster fashion, Urban Outfitters'

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2018-08-20 04:36:15

8 End-of-Summer Bargains You Don't Want to Miss — Shopping  

As you know from, well, life, the best time to buy stuff for a particular season or a holiday is toward the end of said season or right after that holiday. For example, you know that Halloween candy is always cheapest on November 1. And summer stuff — melamine dishes, coolers, patio furniture, etc. — is no different. Right now, companies need to make room for new inventory (fall is coming!), so they're slashing prices left and right. If you're even just thinking about thing...

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2018-08-20 03:36:42

These Are the Most Stylish Food Storage Containers We've Ever Seen — Shopping  

We almost always try to choose function over form. (We don't care how cool a coffee machine looks if it doesn't actually brew coffee to our liking!) If we can get form and function at once? Well, forget it! There are few things better than when that happens! You may remember that we lost our minds over these oh-so-beautiful kitchen organizers. And a similar thing happened when we saw these leftover containers on Amazon. (We seriously gasped!) While we totally get — and appreciate ...

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2018-08-20 02:41:08

Lemon Salt  

Got a lemon? The juice and zest is all you need to give salt a major upgrade! Lemon salt is perfect sprinkled onto grilled salmon, baked chicken, or tomato slices to give a vibrant finishing touch.

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2018-08-19 11:17:58

How To Make Flaky Pie Crust — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

I am very worried, friends. Worried that the fear of pie crusts may be keeping a great many of you from making your own pies at home. Is this true? Does this sound like you? Do debates over butter vs. lard or tender vs. flaky make you want to run and hide? Well, take a deep breath and grab your notebook — today we're going to go over how to make a pie from start to finish, one step at a time. READ MORE »

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2018-08-19 07:25:37

How To Clean and Polish Copper — Cleaning Lessons from The Kitchn  

While it's beautiful in any state of use, copper — in its shining, polished form — can double as decor in many spaces or add texture galore to a simple table setting. If you're looking to spiff up your copper cookware, tackling this kitchen to-do doesn't require a lot of tools, a trip to the store for supplies, or even much elbow grease. It only requires two little ingredients you already have in the pantry. READ MORE »

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2018-08-19 06:36:52

This Is Why Aluminum Foil Is Shiny on One Side — Storage Smarts  

In my household, the "right" way to use aluminum foil — shiny side-up or shiny side-down — is the subject of much debate. (My vote is shiny side-up.) As it turns out, we're not the only ones who have spent time thinking about this. There's a lot of speculation on the internet, where different theories abound. I admit that I fell down the rabbit hole of considering different kinds of heat, the possibility of a coating, and clever marketing gimmicks before I finally landed on ...

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2018-08-18 13:06:27

Next Week's Meal Plan: 5 Easy Slow Cooker Recipes for Back to School — Next Week's Meal Plan  

This week my big kid starts first grade, and my littlest heads back to pre-k. I'm welcoming the return of our routine with open arms, despite the fact that back to school also means back to packing lunches and snacks, and getting up a little earlier to prep breakfasts and dinners before drop-off. Of course, we're still in the midst of warm weather that is keeping me from cranking up the oven and sweating during dinnertime, so this week I'm reaching for my slow cooker to assist

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2018-08-18 10:15:57

10 Easy Lunch Box Ideas For Vegetarians — A Lunchbox for Everyone  

Get ready, fellow lunch packers: your bento boxes are about to be bursting with vibrant veggies and creative meat-free mains. Whether you follow a vegetarian diet full-time or are simply interested in cutting meat from your midday meal, these veg-heavy boxes are sure to satisfy. Our 10 quick and easy ideas for vegetarian lunches feature an assortment of ingredients rich in iron, fiber, and protein (including quinoa, beans, nuts and nut butter), ensuring you'll stay full and won't ge

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2018-08-18 08:17:22

10 Healthy Side Salads — Recipes from The Kitchn  

You're almost guaranteed to find a salad on my dinner table every night. It's the easiest way for me to add vegetables to the meal and round things out, no matter what I am serving. And these 10 recipes, in particular, feel extra healthy to me: They're heavy on the vegetables, dressed in light vinaigrettes that embrace good fats like olive oil, and are dotted with wholesome things like avocado, nuts, and fresh fruit. They're also fast to assemble and pair with everything from

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2018-08-18 02:33:29

This Mechanical Arm from Japan Will Turn You into a Cool Dishwashing Robot — Food News  

What kind of cybernetic enhancements would you get, if you could get any kind of cool mechanical devices attached to your body? I think I'd want a pair of super-fast running legs like the Bionic Woman (but an extra set of giant mechanical arms like Doctor Octopus from Spider-Man would be pretty great, too!). Cooking would be so much faster if I had two extra sets of arms, and cleaning would be a breeze. I'm still waiting for that technology to make it to the open market, but in the

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2018-08-17 19:48:19

Netflix Newcomer 'Million Pound Menu' Delivers the Goods  

Notes on a new reality show, a travel series, and more television programs to check out this week This post originally appeared on August 17, 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Happy Friday, may the spirit of Rebecca Black be with you. There's a lot of good food TV to check out this weekend, including a new reality series, a travel program, and a late-night sh...

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2018-08-17 18:41:48

This Mayo Essay Shows Why You Shouldn't Fall for Millennial Clickbait — Food News  

Here at The Kitchn, we're fascinated by grocery trends. We have Google alerts for the most obscure of topics, talk to experts about new product releases, pore over the nitty-gritty details within industry reports, and are constantly conducting feet-on-the-ground trend analysis (when we grocery shop, of course). So when we came across this buzzy essay in Philadelphia Magazine arguing how and why millennials killed mayonnaise, we eagerly clicked to learn more. RE

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2018-08-17 17:58:34

San Francisco's Four Barrel Hasn't Handed the Company Over to Employees  

After sexual harassment and assault allegations rocked the group last year, reparations were promised that still haven't come The owners of San Francisco-based company Four Barrel Coffee won't be handing over the business to their employees as they had previously pledged. The roaster was the subject of a lawsuit earlier this year accusing the business of creating a toxic work environment that included allegations of sexual harassment and assault and led to the departure and...

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2018-08-17 17:45:22

The Dumpling Table in 'Crazy Rich Asians' Is Where Two Worlds Collide   

Food plays a major role in this summer's most lavish romantic comedy On the surface, Crazy Rich Asians is a (great) romantic comedy about a Chinese-American woman, Rachel Chu (Constance Wu), who discovers that her boyfriend, Nick Young (Henry Golding), is actually, well, crazy rich. During a trip to Singapore to attend a wedding, she is abruptly forced to navigate his old-school wealthy world, complete with disapproving relatives and jealous women. Underneath that glossiness...

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2018-08-17 17:13:16

Michael Solomonov Closes NYC Outpost of Acclaimed Hummus Restaurant Dizengoff   

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2018-08-17 16:15:03

Chipotle Thinks It Can Stop Making People Sick With More Training  

If at first you don't succeed, try, try, try again Chipotle is metaphorically rolling up its sleeves and once again trying to break its cycle of foodborne illness outbreaks. The fast-casual chain whose name has become as associated with burritos as with crippling cases of diarrhea announced on Thursday that it would launch a nationwide retraining of its employees, NPR reports. Maybe this time the lesson will stick. Chipotle's latest attempt at winning back the trust of un...

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2018-08-17 14:21:32

Aldi's Budget Buy Is Bringing the Latest Wine Trend to the Masses — Food News  

Slowly step away from the rose you've been sipping on all summer. As of this week, Aldi has officially become the first supermarket chain in the U.K. to sell a different kind of vino that's all the rage these days: Orange wine. (And no, it's not made with oranges.) READ MORE »

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2018-08-17 13:43:42

10 Corn Side Dishes You Need to Bookmark — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Sweet corn season is so fleeting that it's extra important to take full advantage of it. I grew up doing this by eating my weight in corn on the cob — and while that's still probably my favorite way to enjoy it, I quickly learned there are so many more options. Whether it's crispy fritters, cheesy casserole, or a light salad, corn is easily one of summer's best side dishes. READ MORE »

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2018-08-17 13:37:05

The 10 Most Popular Kitchen Items on Amazon Right Now — Shopping  

At Kitchn, we're committed to finding cool, useful, and wildly popular products we think you'll like, which is why we have Amazon's best-seller pages bookmarked on our computers. See, Amazon has lists of the most popular items in categories like electronics, cookbooks, and furniture. All these lists are updated in real-time, so it's a pretty cool way to see what the rest of the Ama-verse is buying and liking. Some best-sellers seem obvious. (The first two slots on the

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2018-08-17 12:03:31

At Peter Luger, a Whole Cheeseburger Is an Acceptable Lunchtime Appetizer  

The main course, obviously, is the iconic Brooklyn restaurant's porterhouse for two This post originally appeared in Bill Addison's newsletter "Notes From a Roving Critic," a twice-monthly dispatch from Bill's travels across the country. Browse the archives and subscribe now. If you've been reading this newsletter for a while (and thank you if you have), you might recall that back in February, I made a pronouncement saying I was at last settling my peripatetic se...

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2018-08-17 11:22:36

This Week on the Upsell Podcast: All Things Ice Cream  

Halo Top, soft serve, and all the trends to know. This week on the Eater Upsell podcast, we talk everything ice cream. First we take a look at the current state of the grocery store freezer aisle and discuss our different takes on trendy low-cal ice cream Halo Top; and then writer Zan Romanoff explains how the brand was able to conquer the ice cream segment by marketing its "healthy" (not "diet") attributes. Later Eater editor Monica Burton explains why so many restau...

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2018-08-17 10:34:47

Elotes Meet Risotto al Salto in an All-Star Mashup  

Teamwork makes the dream work—especially if you've got visions of corncobs in your head. Read More

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2018-08-17 10:30:03

Taco Bell Unleashes Nacho Fries Topped With the World's Hottest Pepper  

Plus, high-carb and low-carb diets are unhealthy, and more food news to end the week Taco Bell is turning up the volume on its already popular nacho fries. The chain is testing two new variations of its limited-time side, including one topped with the world's hottest pepper. Reaper ranch fries come with a ranch dressing that is augmented with Carolina Reaper peppers, which check in at 2.2 million Scoville Heat Units. Rattlesnake fries are a bit more low key, topped with nac...

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2018-08-17 10:16:43

I Tried Meghan Markle's 3-Ingredient Pasta Sauce Recipe — I Tried It  

I am a full-on Meghan Markle fangirl. She's smart, kind, and her style is *airkiss*. The Duchess of Sussex also has excellent taste in food and wine, so when she said she had a fabulous three-ingredient pasta sauce made out of zucchini, water, and a bouillon cube, I had to try it out. READ MORE »

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2018-08-17 09:57:50

The Costco Splurge That Gets My Kids to Eat Veggies at Lunch — Shopping  

While I may have a penchant for expensive trash cans and premium dishwashing gloves, I am generally a frugal shopper. Especially after we did our series on grocery budgeting last fall, I've been extra-conscious about comparison-shopping, right-sizing my purchases, and changing the menu as necessary to stay within budget. Where things start to get tricky? Packing lunch for my kids. Many of the pre-packaged items are more expensive than the bulk ones, and most of the stuff my kids

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2018-08-17 09:13:08

A New Documentary Will Pay Tribute to Anthony Bourdain Next Year — Food TV  

The unexpected loss of Anthony Bourdain earlier this summer has resulted in an obvious uptick in curiosity about the food legend's life. The public's hunger for more of the inspiration that only Bourdain's unique perspective can provide has resulted in a few major announcements. First, is CNN's decision to continue to air new episodes of Parts Unknown this fall — a final season in which Bourdain travels to Kenya, Texas, Spain, Indonesia, and Manhattan's Lower East Side. Secon...

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2018-08-17 08:45:07

5 Surprising Things I Learned from Washing Dishes with Gloves for a Week — Cleaning Tips from The Kitchn  

For no particular reason, I've never really worn gloves to wash the dishes. I guess my mom never did, so I didn't get into the habit, and it's hard to change habits! But my friends who cook a lot — and clean a lot of dishes — always wear them. Every time they do a dish! I mean, I guess I've pulled out a pair for Thanksgiving dinner clean up, but that's about it. Anyways, I started to wonder if there was something there. READ MORE »

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2018-08-17 07:51:44

The Best Snacks on Amazon for Your Keto Diet — Shopping  

It seems like everyone is "going keto" these days, right? If you're not familiar, the ketogenic diet (keto for short) is a high-fat, moderate-protein, and low-carbohydrate plan. "It's typically rich in foods like eggs, meats, nuts, butters, cheeses, seeds, oils, and a few low-carb green vegetables. It does not allow fruits, most vegetables, grains, potatoes, sweets, or other carb-rich foods," says Alyssa Ardolino, RD, nutrition communications coordinator at the International Food Inform

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2018-08-17 07:49:41

Special Pizza Sauce: Adam Kuban and Scott Wiener Talk Pie, Part 1  

Scott Weiner, Adam Kuban, and Ed Levine talk about their love for pizza. Read More

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2018-08-17 07:45:55

This Luxe All-Clad Dinner Hero Is 46 Percent Off At Sur la Table — Deal of the Day  

Just like with cars, Vitamix machines, and Instant Pots, there are various models of All-Clad pots and pans. While they're all pretty high-end, there are varying degrees of fanciness and price. The most affordable is tri-clad, meaning those pots have three layers of metal. And it goes up from there — with more layers, better durability, and more even heating. Typically, we would recommend just going for the most affordable option that works for you. That is, unless there's a s...

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2018-08-17 07:26:34

Make Creamy Garlic Butter Tuscan Shrimp for Dinner — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. If a recipe doesn't begin with melted butter and six cloves of finely diced garlic, is it even worth making? I know I'm being dramatic, but a pretty big percentage of our favorite recipes here at Kitchn start with the magical combination of butter and garlic. We've got garlic butter salmon, garlic butter steak and potatoes, garlic

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2018-08-17 07:23:31

25 Healthy Lunch Ideas for Kids — Recipes from The Kitchn  

This time of year I get giddy about packing school lunches again — welcome back, regular routine! — but that doesn't mean that packing 180 lunches every school year doesn't come without its own highs, lows, and the occasional cooking rut. One thing I keep in mind is that the lunch box can be one of the most opportune times to get my kids to eat more healthfully — veggies, fruits, whole grains, and good fats and proteins seem to be eaten more quickly when I'm not there to coach the...

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2018-08-17 06:49:57

This Cult-Favorite Brand Is Quietly Winning the Snack Game — Shopping  

You can't go to a children's museum, a library story time, or even a Target without hearing the familiar crinkle of someone opening a bag of Annie's snacks. Instinctively, kids pop up like prairie dogs to see what kind of treat is being opened. Is it fruit snacks? Bunny puffs? Cheddar bunnies? I see more bunnies than goldfish at the playground these days, and Annie's folksy rabbit logo is everywhere. Fact: Annie's Homegrown is definitely winning the snack game. Here's why. READ M

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2018-08-17 05:45:47

6 Plants That Naturally Repel Mosquitoes — Tips from The Kitchn  

I live in a one-bedroom "garden" apartment, which means that I get to have my own front door, porch, and small strip of flower bed. The only downside? The flower bed is under the porch roof, which means it's constantly damp and shady, and also an ideal mosquito habitat. READ MORE »

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2018-08-17 04:57:15

20+ Surprising Ways to Instantly Upgrade Your Work Lunch — Tips from The Kitchn  

Unlike dinner, making my work lunch isn't a task that's always prioritized. The result? I cobble something together at the last minute, and while it's passable when noon rolls around it leaves a whole lot to be desired. I'm on a mission to change that, and I'd like to think I'm off to a good start. The most important thing I've learned is that perking up your work lunch doesn't have to take a whole lot of time, effort, or extra money. With lunch, as in life, it's the smallest change

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2018-08-17 04:54:40

Our Easiest Asian-Style Beef  

Talk about technique. This skirt steak is marinated, broiled, and quickly tossed back into the marinade reduction for a double dip of the mouthwatering Asian flavors.

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2018-08-17 04:51:59

Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps  

Ground chicken is cooked in the crock pot with spices and soy sauce and served in lettuce wraps with a tangy dipping sauce.

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2018-08-17 03:42:58

7 Tips for Preventing Sandwiches from Getting the Sad Soggies   

When it comes to packing a quick and easy work lunch in advance, I find sandwiches are one of the best options. Sure, there's an art to choosing the right ingredient combo, but the real key is knowing how to make a sandwich that's just as good at lunch as it was when you assembled it (read: avoiding the dreaded soggy bread!). These seven tips will help you prevent soggy sandwiches for good. READ MORE »

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2018-08-17 02:29:58

20+ Healthy Lunch Ideas for Picky Eaters — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Picky eating is a normal development stage that happens in kids from ages 2 to 8 and can last weeks, months, or years depending on the aversion. It is easy to tell you "this too shall pass" and move on, but a spell of selective eating can turn mealtimes on their side — and this goes double for school lunches. Here's a handy list of recipe ideas — featuring veggies, fruits, whole grains, and plenty of protein, all things I try to incorporate in my kids' diets — bas...

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2018-08-16 21:50:18

This Is Ree Drummond's Go-To Weeknight Dinner Recipe — Food News  

Ree Drummond started blogging about cooking more than 10 years ago, and between her website, magazine, cookbooks, and Food Network show, she has enough recipes to keep dinner on the table every night without ever having to repeat a meal. But with all her rich, creamy, often cheesy recipes to choose from, Drummond says her go-to weeknight recipe is actually a simple meal of roasted chicken legs with lemon juice. READ MORE »

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2018-08-16 20:52:33

The Best Ways to Use Trader Joe's Cauliflower Rice — Dinner Inspiration  

Trader Joe's cauliflower rice has a cult following to rival The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Even though cauliflower rice is not really rice at all, it's just leftover cauliflower stems chopped up into little rice-sized flecks, people are so obsessed with it that Trader Joe's has at times had to institute rations, limiting customers to two bags a day, lest one person come in and take all the cauliflower rice for themselves. READ MORE »

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2018-08-16 19:45:07

The 9 Biggest Mistakes You Make When Painting, According to a Pro — Paint Project  

With so many things that really ought to be done by a professional when it comes to home improvement, the temptation — the need if you don't have deep pockets — to DIY the simple stuff is totally understandable. And first on that list has got to be painting. All you do is grab a brush and go to work. NBD, right? p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #454545} p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Ne...

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2018-08-16 19:23:16

A Feature-Length Anthony Bourdain Documentary Is in the Works at CNN   

The movie might land on the big screen as early as next year Anthony Bourdain's life story is getting the big-screen treatment courtesy of CNN, the entertainment company that produced his wildly popular travel series Parts Unknown. Vanity Fair reports that the documentary about the late author/TV host is currently in pre-production at CNN Films, the arm of the network that recently made the acclaimed Ruth Bader Ginsberg documentary RBG. Bourdain's longtime collaborators at ...

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2018-08-16 14:11:17

Connecticut Restaurant Removes Obscenely Offensive Cocktail 'Tuskegee Experiment' From Menu  

It's unclear why 323 in Westport named the drink after one of the most racist and shameful chapters of modern medical history Today in rage-inducing restaurant behavior: an extremely offensive cocktail. Westport, Connecticut, restaurant 323 Main was serving a rum-based drink on its specialty cocktail list called "The Tuskegee Experiment," according to a photo snapped and posted to Facebook by Eric Armour. To name a cocktail "The Tuskegee Experiment" — referring to t...

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2018-08-16 14:04:23

Zucchini Parmesan Crisps Are the Perfect Summer Appetizer — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. Some of us are born with a sweet tooth — I was born with a salty tooth. When given the choice between the two categories, I'd choose Ruffles and Axelrod onion dip, Tostitos Hint of Lime and salsa, or just straight up Cool Ranch Doritos over cookies any day of the week. But considering the fact that this summer has been a conti...

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2018-08-16 13:47:09

The Broiling Days of Summer: Buttery Clams With Burst Tomatoes  

Buttery clams with burst tomatoes and fresh herbs, ready in minutes with the power of your broiler. Read More

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2018-08-16 13:00:58

Ina's Method for Cutting Corn Off the Cob Is Brilliant (Of Course) — Pop Culture  

"How do you get the kernels off your corn cob without getting them all over your kitchen?" ... is a question you've likely pondered once or twice in your lifetime. It's a messy, thankless task — but if you have any intention of enjoying corn salad, sauteed corn, or corn chowder this summer, then someone's got to do it. Yes, there are corn stripping uni-taskers and the oh-so-clever bundt pan method, but Ina recently weighed in on the dilemma with an ingenious solution of her own. R...

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2018-08-16 12:57:07

5 Reasons I'll Never Put a Command Center in My Kitchen — Strong Opinions  

The kitchen is the de facto command center in most homes. This is where families gather for breakfast and dinner — and homework and work work, too — every day, and it's the spot to catch your kids or your spouse if there's something you need to communicate about your day. So no wonder companies and bloggers make a big deal about putting a command center in the kitchen. It sounds so good: a designated spot, bulletin board and all, for controlling your household. The quintessentia...

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2018-08-16 12:43:51

Watch Samantha Bee Channel Guy Fieri and 'Top Chef' to Discuss Immigration  

The late-night host highlights immigrants' role in America's restaurant industry The Daily Show alum Samantha Bee highlighted the role of undocumented immigrants in America's restaurant industry during a segment on her TBS show, Full Frontal, Wednesday night. Bee, the relentless and sometimes controversial Donald Trump critic, explained how immigrants play a part in every aspect of this country's hospitality business, trying out her best Guy Fieri and Top Chef impressio...

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2018-08-16 11:28:49

All About Paris-Brest, a Pastry Named for a Bicycle Race  

How American chefs are putting their own spin on the classic With some crackle on top and cream inside, an old, stuffy French pastry is turning heads in the United States. The Paris-Brest (pronounced "pah-ree-breast"), a circle of cream puffs filled with buttery hazelnut custard and often topped with a cap of sliced or slivered almonds, crunchy sugar, or a crumbly cookie crust, is popping up on menus across the country, including Trois Mec, a bistro with two locations in LA...

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2018-08-16 10:29:22

Traces of Weed Killer Found in Cheerios and Quaker Oats Oatmeal  

Plus, millennials are killing potatoes, and more food news New analysis has found traces of glyphosate, the Monsanto-produced herbacide that is the main ingredient in weed-killer Roundup and has been linked to cancer in humans, in a slew of breakfast cereals such as Cheerios, reports the New York Times. This news comes two years after Quaker Oats was hit with multiple lawsuits after the herbicide was found in its "100 percent natural" oatmeal. Monsanto, Quaker Oats, and G...

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2018-08-16 10:20:10

10 Pro Home Cooks on the Best Way to Eat a Ripe Tomato — Tips from The Kitchn  

There's a whole lot to love about summer eating, and while it's hard to pick a favorite, I'd argue that tomatoes are pretty high up there. I take a hard pass on the pale, mealy versions available at the supermarket year-round and instead wait to bite into the absolute best for just a few short months in the summer. I'm not alone in this feeling — 10 smart, seasoned home cooks agree that nothing beats the juicy sweetness of summer tomatoes. Here are their favorite ways to enjoy them. RE...

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2018-08-16 09:58:54

Sour Patch Kids Are Getting a Makeover (And We're Not Sure How We Feel) — Halloween  

The reason we're not sure how to feel is two-fold. For starters: It's August — and we're talking about Halloween candy already. But plenty of retailers and companies are already starting with the Halloween stuff, so we'll put that aside. What we're really unsure about here is the fact that Sour Patch Kids are now available in candy corn flavor. READ MORE »

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2018-08-16 08:21:54

10 Easy Keto Lunchbox Ideas — A Lunch Box for Everyone  

Considering the high-fat, low-carb (and incredibly popular) keto diet is based on meat, eggs, cheese, and plant-based fats (nuts! avocado!), it's easy to pack flavorful and filling keto-friendly lunches. Who needs sandwiches when you've got bacon chips? Here are 10 easy ideas for lunches that comply with a ketogenic diet. We even give you the net carb counts! READ MORE »

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2018-08-16 07:59:59

Our Favorite Grocery Store Olive Oil Costs Just $9 — Shopping  

Olive oil is not something that gets used in my kitchen lightly: I use it in practically everything I cook, and I cook a lot. Still, I'm always shocked just how quickly I can get through a bottle — and by how expensive my olive oil habit can be. I've long been on the hunt for a bottle from the grocery store that I can use every day without fail — one that delivers a mild, peppery flavor and won't destroy my grocery store bill. After much searching, I finally found the bott...

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2018-08-16 07:36:39

Starbucks Is Giving Away Free Iced Drinks RIGHT NOW — Food News  

Grab a buddy and RUN — do not walk — to your nearest Starbucks for the exact kind of afternoon pick-me-up that this absurd heatwave demands. For one day only, the ubiquitous coffee chain is having a BOGO (buy-one-get-one) sale on all iced drinks including iced tea, iced coffee, iced espresso, cold brew, and Refreshers. BUT be forewarned, this deal does not include the single most notorious variety of iced drink that Starbucks has to offer: Frappuccinos. (Which, with 50+ grams o...

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2018-08-16 07:14:12

How To Make Easy Caprese Salad with Balsamic Glaze — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Few ingredients showcase the magic of eating with the seasons better than the humble summer tomato. A ripe, juicy, perfectly imperfect mid-August heirloom is so vastly superior to the sad, mealy, flavorless supermarket tomato you'll find come December that they may as well not be related at all. Your friends who claim they despise raw tomatoes? Feed them one in August and they'll likely change their minds. The end of summer is pure euphoria for tomato lovers — it's ...

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2018-08-16 06:48:43

10 Pasta Ideas for Lunch Boxes — Recipes from The Kitchn  

The lunch box — whether it's yours or your kid's — can feel pretty constricting sometimes. That's why sandwiches are such a mainstay. Pasta, however, is a solid choice that's totally lunch box-approved. It can be made ahead, holds up well in transport, and usually can be eaten cold, room temperature, or warm, with no ill effect. Here are 10 recipes to try. READ MORE »

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2018-08-16 06:15:55

Urban Outfitters Has a Great Deal on Our Favorite French Glassware — Deal of the Day  

If you ask us, the best water glass also doubles as a wine glass (and maybe even as a cup for espresso) which explains why we love these French Duralex glasses so darn much. Most people know them as the "original French tumbler," but The Independent went so far as calling them "the ultimate drinking vessel created by man." No matter how you put it, one thing's for sure: People are obsessed with these things. READ MORE »

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2018-08-16 03:58:10

Why Are People Tipping 100% of the Bill? — Food News  

What's the most you've ever tipped on a restaurant bill? Was it because your server went absolutely above and beyond? Was it because it was the best meal you've ever eaten? Was it because you were celebrating a recent bonus at work? Was it because you drank too much wine and lost all mathematical abilities? Was it an act of defiance against the injustice of measly waitstaff compensation (which often depends on unreliable sources of generous gratuity to become a living wage)? READ

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2018-08-16 03:56:21

Queso Taco Casserole  

Two ways to serve this taco bake: as a dinner casserole or as nachos. If you're going the nacho route, leave out the taco shells and use them to scoop up all the spicy, cheesy, baked taco goodness.

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2018-08-16 03:46:09

What's the Difference Between White and Yellow Corn? — Ingredient Intellignce  

It's that wonderful time of the season, when market bins are piled high with mountains of sweet summer corn. But when it comes time to buy, you've got choices: Do you go with white or yellow corn? Or perhaps bi-color corn to get the best of both worlds? Most importantly, do you really know the difference between white and yellow corn? READ MORE »

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2018-08-16 03:18:58

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