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5 Recipes That Prove Cabbage Is the Betty White of the Produce Aisle — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Like a superstar from classic TV shows that slipped out of the limelight, cabbage is making a comeback. We're loving it more than ever because we're seeing its versatility and charm with fresh eyes. It fills us with fond nostalgia, but we are excited about the new things it can do today. Cabbage is the Betty White of the produce aisle. READ MORE »

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2018-02-24 12:43:51



The Most Ridiculous Things Our Pets Do in the Kitchen — Pets in the Kitchen  

While it's not exactly hygienic to have your pets help with food prep, most cat and dog owners know the truth: It's inevitable they will end up in the kitchen. Whether your pet's in there to beg for food, demand attention, or judge your knife skills, it's hard to keep those roving tongues at bay! Here are some of the weirdest, silliest, most disgusting things we let our pets do in the kitchen, according to a recent Facebook poll. READ MORE »

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2018-02-24 12:40:46



How To Make Chicken Bone Broth on the Stovetop or Slow Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Bone broth, or a long-cooking, enriched stock, has moved from trend to bonafide kitchen staple with big brands and chefs rallying around this liquid gold. While beef bone broth gets the most fanfare, you can indeed make bone broth from chicken. Not only will this thick, gorgeous stock make for a better chicken-noodle soup, but it also makes for ever better gravy, pasta sauces, and casseroles. Chicken bone broth is also much thriftier than its beef brethren and just as easy to

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2018-02-24 10:46:40



Next Week's Meal Plan: 5 Thrifty & Tasty Meals for Budget-Saving Meal Plans — Next Week's Meal Plan  

Let's talk about budget meal planning today. Admittedly, wallet-conscious dinner ideas and strategies aren't the most exciting subject, but grocery budgets are real and mastering them does make dinner less stressful — and that's the whole point of meal planning. Don't think that you need to cook dried beans or shop at the discount grocery store to save money, though. To keep my budget in check every week, I shop my fridge, freezer, and pantry first; I keep meat-heavy meals t...

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2018-02-24 04:55:56



Pernil Al Horno (Roast Pork Shoulder)  

This roast pork shoulder makes a visually impressive and equally tasty main course. Stuffing the shoulder with a simple mix of garlic, olive oil, and spices ensures fantastic flavor.

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2018-02-24 03:44:29



Petit Fours, Simple-Style  

Petit fours are bite-sized cakes that are decorated. This version simplifies the process by starting with pound cake that is sliced into small pieces which are layered with jam and then coated in a chocolate glaze.

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2018-02-24 03:31:17



Recipe: Creamy Chicken Tortellini Soup — Recipes from The Kitchn  

As winter wanes into spring, it is perfectly normal to crave both creamy comfort food and the bright spark of fresh veggies. This soup has it all — tender chicken, chunky carrots, wisps of wilted spinach, bite-sized pillows of pasta and cheese, all with a silky broth to tie it together. READ MORE »

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2018-02-24 02:58:33



How To Make French Onion Soup in the Slow Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

When I discovered that you can make caramelized onions in the slow cooker with no stirring and virtually no work, it was only a small step from there to French onion soup. Although I've made this bistro favorite the classic, Julia-inspired way, now that I know how to make it in the slow cooker, I'm probably never going back to stovetop! Here's a step-by-step recipe for blissfully delicious French onion soup made from start to finish in the slow cooker. Well, right up unt

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2018-02-24 01:11:45



These Are the Biggest New Wedding Cake Trends, According to Pinterest — Food Trends  

What's the first thing a couple does after getting engaged? Hopefully it's inform all their friends and family, but right after that the happy couple is most likely heading to Pinterest to start their wedding planning boards. It seems like everybody uses Pinterest for wedding planning, and that means Pinterest is uniquely well-suited to predict the biggest wedding trends. READ MORE »

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2018-02-23 18:41:59



Sorry Haters, 'Ugly Delicious' Is Maddeningly Good  

TV recommendations for this weekend, plus a roundup of the week's entertainment news This post originally appeared on February 23, 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Welcome to the last weekend in February. I hope that you are not battling some ghastly cold or flu, and that you've got open time on your calendar this weekend to dig into some TV, because there...

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2018-02-23 18:37:07



Everything You Should Make If You're Hosting Easter Brunch  

Not every holiday fits for hosting brunch, but Easter is one day that definitely deserves a big spread. From eggs to sweet cinnamon rolls, an amazing assortment of dishes that will beautifully adorn the table is a must - and you can put it together! Using fresh ingredients plus items you always have in your fridge and pantry, the following recipes are so fitting for someone hosting for the first time or as inspiration for mixing up your traditional dishes.

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2018-02-23 15:21:50



Instacart Says It Mistakenly Withheld Tips From Some of Its Workers  

It also overcharged some customers

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2018-02-23 14:34:11



The Nonprofit Turning Food Scraps Into Meals for the Hungry  

ReThink Food is the brainchild of a former Eleven Madison Park chef This story was originally published on Civil Eats. Mountains of fragmented portobello mushrooms are reduced to their essence in an industrial-sized braising pan. A cook strips meat from the carcasses of recently roasted chickens for use in a crowd-pleasing play on chicken and rice. Situated in one of the anonymous buildings in the labyrinthine Brooklyn Navy Yard, this could easily be a commissary for one of

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2018-02-23 13:25:21



This Broccoli Mac & Cheese Comes Together in 30 Minutes — Delicious Links  

On busy weeknights when the family comes home and you only have a short while between basketball practice or your evening grad school class, you want comfort and you want it in a hurry. That said, you also want a meal that everyone will eat without complaining because sometimes life is more simple with less whining. The classic combo of broccoli and cheese is a good one, and this creamy broccoli mac and cheese comes together in less than 30 minutes so you can get on with life — an...

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2018-02-23 13:23:12



5 Tips for Cooking Cabbage from Recipes Around the World — Tips from The Kitchn  

When I think about cabbage, the first things that always come to mind are big batches of shredded slaws, tangy jars of sauerkraut, and thick boiled wedges served with corned beef. But the thing is, when it comes to all the things a humble head of cabbage can do, those dishes only scratch the surface. While cabbage varieties and cooking techniques can vary, these hardy brassicas are a go-to ingredient in cuisines around the world. Here's what some of those recipes have taught us.

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2018-02-23 13:17:46



A Guide to David Chang's New Netflix Show 'Ugly Delicious'   

On the Momofuku chef's first TV project in five years, he's exploring pizza, barbecue, dumplings, and so much more All eight episodes of David Chang's new food/travel show Ugly Delicious are now streaming on Netflix. For his first major TV project in five years, the Momofuku chef/restaurateur teamed up with Academy Award-winning producer/director Morgan Neville (20 Feet from Stardom, The Music of Strangers) on a show that uses food as a prism for exploring cultural identity...

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2018-02-23 13:13:26



'Ugly Delicious' Questions the Importance of Authenticity in 'Pizza'  

David Chang and his friends eat a lot of pizzas in the name of research In the first episode of Netflix's Ugly Delicious, chef/host David Chang and his pals visit restaurants all over the world with one goal in mind: to determine just how important "traditional" ingredients and cooking methods are to creating the dish we know as pizza. Chang and food writer Peter Meehan first head to Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn to dine at Mark Iacono's celebrated pizzeria, Lucali, where ...

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2018-02-23 13:13:04



'Ugly Delicious' Travels through the Wide World of Smoke in 'Barbecue'   

In his Netflix show, David Chang and his crew explore smoked meat culture around the world The barbecue episode of Ugly Delicious revolves around the idea that something magical happens when meat is cooked with live fire and smoke — whether it's Peking duck, Texas-style brisket, or Korean short ribs. Since regional barbecue styles are often rigidly defined and its traditions are fiercely protected, it can be hard for innovation to peek through all that smoke. And because so m...

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2018-02-23 13:12:31



'Ugly Delicious' Delves Into the Complicated History of an American Staple in 'Fried Chicken'   

This is one of the heaviest episodes of the hit Netflix food show The "fried chicken" episode of Ugly Delicious is heavy and uncomfortable and spends nearly an hour addressing subject matter that is often glossed over by chefs and diners who don't want to experience heavy and uncomfortable moments. Fried chicken is a universal food. Different versions have come out of different cultures around the world. In America, unfortunately, it's also a food tied to racist stereotyp...

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2018-02-23 13:11:27



'Ugly Delicious' Embarks on a Tortilla Crawl to End Them All in 'Tacos'   

David Chang and his pals retrace the origins of the taco and look toward the future of the dish The taco episode of Netflix's Ugly Delicious explores the seemingly endless permutations of a dish that is beloved by chefs and diners around the world. At the start of the episode, Chang and food writers Jonathan Gold, Gustavo Arellano, and Peter Meehan head out on a taco crawl of Los Angeles that includes stops at a celebrated shrimp taco truck, a tacos Arabes stand, and, as a co...

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2018-02-23 13:10:54



'Ugly Delicious' Tackles a Southern Shellfish Rivalry in 'Shrimp & Crawfish'   

David Chang and his pals eat their way through New Orleans, Houston, and Ho Chi Minh City in this seafood-centric episode of Netflix's food show On the "shrimp & crawfish" episode of Ugly Delicious, David Chang and his roster of guest chefs discuss the Gulf Coast's favorite shellfish — and boy, is there a lot to chew over. New Orleans vs. Houston. Tradition vs. change. Cajun vs. Vietnamese. Chang wants to prepare these crustaceans via methods that will allow for op...

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2018-02-23 13:10:10



'Ugly Delicious' Explores MSG Myths in 'Fried Rice'  

On his Netflix show, David Chang looks at the state of Chinese food in America What is Chinese food and why do Westerners view it differently — and Asian food more broadly — than other cuisines? This is the crux of episode seven of Netflix's new series with chef David Chang, Ugly Delicious. The founder of the Momofuku Group uses fried rice as a springboard for conversations about how Chinese food is largely misunderstood and devalued in American culture. Chang gathers toget...

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2018-02-23 13:09:37



'Ugly Delicious' Unwraps the Magic of Family Meals in 'Home Cooking'   

On his Netflix food show, chef David Chang breaks bread with the people who matter most The "home cooking" episode of Netflix's Ugly Delicious takes viewers out of professional restaurant kitchens and into spaces where familial memories are formed. David Chang opens the episode by cooking galbitang, a Korean short rib stew, for his wife, Grace, at their New York City apartment, and he closes things out with a Korean-American Thanksgiving feast at his parents' house in Vir...

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2018-02-23 13:09:15



Homemade Cannoli That Live Up to the Hype  

Good cannoli are impossible to find, but they're more than possible to make at home—if you have the right ingredients, anyway. Start with the best-quality ricotta, something irresistibly fresh and creamy all on its own. Stirred into a batch of homemade vanilla pudding, that ricotta becomes a sweet and silky filling for the crispy homemade shells. Fortunately, both elements can be made in advance, then assembled at the last minute and finished with a sprinkling

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2018-02-23 13:00:20



How To Clean Burnt Stains Off Enameled Cookware — How To  

Ugh. The other day I walked away from a pot of sauteing onions for all of two minutes (okay, maybe more like 10 minutes), and came back to find this blackened, burned-on mess. Not only was my soup recipe ruined, but I also worried that my enameled pan was, too. Happily, the method I'll show you here not only saved my pot, but it also kept me from having to soak it for hours or, worse, risk ruining the enamel with an abrasive scrub. All that's needed is on...

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2018-02-23 12:40:57



How To Make Beef Bone Broth on the Stove or in a Slow Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

In the last few years, bone broth has become a grocery store staple. While you could always find beef broth or stock in the soup aisle of your grocery store, it wasn't until recently that you could find bone broth being sold as well, let alone being served like a latte at the coffee counter. We have our wellness-minded, Paleo-eating friends to thank for reviving our love and admiration for this long-cooked homemade stock. Make no bones about it, bone broth is essentially a deeper, ...

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2018-02-23 12:06:02



Here's How One Pregnant Woman Defines Healthy — Personal Wellness  

Cari Stover can't stop thinking about cinnamon rolls. She's seven months pregnant with her second child and, during this pregnancy, she's found herself spreading cinnamon-scented dough on a baking sheet more than once. "I tried to ignore it," she said. "But once I finally ate those cinnamon rolls, I could get on with my life." Getting on with her life means raising her energetic 3-year-old and working as a nurse practitioner. It also means finding a balance between Cinnabon and, um

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2018-02-23 11:57:27



The 'Ugly Delicious' Squad Embarks on a Dumpling Odyssey in 'Stuffed'   

Recapping episode eight of Netflix's food show Italian stuffed pasta and Asian dumplings face off in the season finale of Netflix's Ugly Delicious. To lay out the argument for what constitutes a dumpling — and more importantly, which is the superior food — Momofuku head honcho David Chang sets up a mock debate with his friend, chef Mario Carbone, moderated by actor Nick Kroll. The friends engage in quite a bit of trash talking as they lay down their arguments for their r...

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2018-02-23 10:58:22



Your Best Tricks for Making Dish Duty Easier and More Fun — Cleaning Tips from Kitchn  

Doing the dishes falls somewhere between death and taxes in the realm of life's certainties: Whether you're eating cereal out of a bowl or making a gourmet meal, someone's going to have to clean those dishes up! So the real question is, does it have to be such a slog? We reached out to our readers on Facebook to get their best tricks for doing the dishes faster and making the process easier — here's what you suggested. READ MORE »

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2018-02-23 10:38:13



How To Make Pommes Aligot (Cheesy Whipped Potatoes) — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Pommes Aligot is more than just a cheesy twist on mashed potatoes. This incredibly magical blend of potatoes and cheese was born in the French region of Midi-Pyrenees, and it is a celebration of regional cheese, served on special occasions alongside sausage or roasted meat. It's traditionally made with Tomme de Laguiole or Tomme d'Auvergne cheese, although these fresh soft cheeses known for their melting qualities are pretty hard to find outside their tiny cities in the south of France...

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2018-02-23 10:23:47



How To Make Banana Bread — Baking Lessons from The Kitchn  

I firmly believe that banana bread is something you should be able to make anytime and anywhere, with a mixer or with a fork, in a loaf pan or in a muffin tin — whenever you have a few bananas going soft and freckly. Banana bread, I'm pretty sure, is at least 50 percent of the reason bananas exist. Here is a very basic and very forgiving recipe that takes all of 10 minutes to whisk together. An hour of waiting while your house fills with tempting aromas and then you...

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2018-02-23 08:02:33



Pinterest Is Obsessed with This Way to Store Cookbooks — Cookbook Library  

Any time you have a lot of something, storage becomes difficult. And if these are things you probably use and/or want to put on display, it gets even tougher. Cookbooks are a perfect example. It's not like you can stack them up in the corner of your dining room and call it a day. I mean, I guess you could, but doing so would make it incredibly annoying to access the book you want, which will almost inevitably always be the one all the way at the bottom. What if you don't have a massive

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2018-02-23 07:48:43



Special Sauce: Phil Rosenthal on Stepping Out of His Comfort Zone  

Ed Levine's conversation with Phil Rosenthal, the host of Somebody Feed Phil on Netflix, continues. Read More

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2018-02-23 07:45:26



The Creation Story of Flamin' Hot Cheetos Is Becoming a Movie  

The biopic will be centered on the snack's inventor and former Frito-Lay janitor Richard Montanez Flamin' Hot Cheetos, the fiery-red stoner snack that's since inexplicably found its way into Burger King side dishes and Thanksgiving turkey recipes, is now getting its own feature film. Fox Searchlight has signed on to produce Flamin' Hot, a biopic about Richard Montanez, the former Frito-Lay janitor who invented Flamin' Hot Cheetos. The film will tell the story of how M...

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2018-02-23 07:06:01



The Pros and Cons of a Le Creuset Versus a Staub Versus Something Cheaper — Shopping  

Shopping for an enameled Dutch oven isn't all that different from shopping for a car. No, really! Think about it — they're shiny, bright, and expensive. Plus, both require you to consider your budget, lifestyle, and space constraints before making a decision. And then there's durability, maintenance, and warranties to think about too. So, as when shopping for a car, one of the most useful things you can do to clarify the muddy waters is make a list of pros and cons. And you kno...

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2018-02-23 05:57:53



Instant Pot Tells Customers to Stop Using This Model Due to Risk of Overheating — Food News  

Not even a month after Milo Ventimiglia had to make a Super Bowl ad to tell everyone their Crock-Pots were safe and would not catch fire unless they were living in a fictional TV melodrama, Instant Pot is actually warning customers to check their slow cookers, because some of them have been reportedly overheating and melting. READ MORE »

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2018-02-23 05:50:28



The First 10 Recipes to Make in Your Dutch Oven — Recipes from The Kitchn  

I like to think of the day I brought home a Dutch oven as the day my kitchen changed forever. That may sound dramatic, but seriously — there really is no better pot around. I now cook with my Dutch oven so much that it has a permanent spot on my stove. Rather than getting tucked away after I am done with it, like all my other pots and pans, it stays put because I am almost certain I'll be reaching for it again the next night. Want to get hooked like me? Embrace your Dutch oven a...

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2018-02-23 03:40:52



The Water Bottle That Makes It Easier to Drink More Water Is Currently on Sale — Amazon Deal of the Day  

Saying "water is good for you" is the understatement of year. (We'll bet our paychecks on it even though it's only February!) And while we're all likely drinking enough to stay alive, upping water intake has plenty of science-based perks that include things like decreased fatigue and better moods. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica; min-height: 14.0px} READ MORE »

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2018-02-23 03:14:47



Recipe: One-Pot Cabbage & Sausage Pasta — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Say hello to your favorite new addition to the cold-weather recipe rotation. It sounds like a cliche (because it is), but this recipe adds up to far more than the sum of its parts. Ribbons of crunchy cabbage, the fresh sweet pop of peas, and an underlying smokiness powered by sausage turns what could have easily been a standard one-pot pasta into something crave-worthy week in and week out. READ MORE »

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2018-02-23 03:06:03



70 Make-Ahead Brunch Recipes That Make Hosting a Breeze  

Though it doesn't have to be, hosting brunch can be a stressful endeavor. Like with dinner parties, the secret is in making as much of the meal as you can ahead of time. (This is especially true with brunch, since few want to spend hours in the kitchen in the early morning.) With that in mind, we've rounded up 70 recipes that can be made partially or entirely ahead of time, without suffering in quality. Options include baked french toast, quiche, muffins, frittatas, doughnuts, stratas,

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2018-02-23 03:04:58



5 Kitchen and Living Room Design Rules You Should Always Follow — Decorating  

Rules were meant to be broken, right? Sometimes! Other times, however, they should be taken very, very seriously. Having a few guidelines to follow can simplify the process, ensure your room looks good, and give you the freedom to hone your creativity in other areas. With that, here are five design rules you should always follow. READ MORE »

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2018-02-23 01:49:02



Decorate Your Entire Home With Guy Fieri's Face  

Seven bizarre ways to turn your house into Flavortown Apartment lacking a certain je ne sais quoi? That tired Ikea sofa and hand-me-down throw rug could perhaps use a bit of jazzing up. Thankfully, an unexpected cottage industry has emerged via the good ol' internet: Guy Fieri-themed home decor. Yes, from shower curtains and bath mats to duvet covers and throw pillows, there's an almost unbelievable amount of Fieri paraphernalia currently on the market with which to adorn one...

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2018-02-22 18:11:33



How To Make 2-Ingredient Banana Pancakes — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

These pancakes are bananas. No, I mean they are literally made from bananas. And eggs. Eggs and bananas, and that's it. I can see that look you're giving me right now, but you just have to trust. These two ingredients, whisked together and given a little skillet love, are truly something magical. Don't believe me? Take a look at our step-by-step recipe and decide for yourself. Meanwhile, I'll be over here with the rest of these pancakes, licking my plate clean. RE

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2018-02-22 16:48:46



Watch: Kimchi Kielbasa Is the Perfect Korean-Polish Dish  

K-Town heads to Kimski for this mash up One of the definitive aspects of Chicago's landscape is the large Polish population — the second largest outside of Warsaw, Poland. But there's a significant Korean population too, so it was only really a matter of time before the two cultures and cuisines found each other. I'm visiting Chicago's Kimski in this episode of K-Town; the restaurant comes from two brothers who have a Korean mother and a Polish father. Ed and Mike Mars...

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2018-02-22 15:25:47



Recipe: Instant Pot Turkey Chili — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Simmering a pot of chili for hours on a cold winter day is one of my favorite things to do — or at least it used to be. Last winter I planned on making a batch of chili, got all my ingredients together, and ... life happened. After spending all day running around, I thought that chili was no longer an option. Then I eyed my Instant Pot. To be honest, even though I love pressure cooking, I was skeptical. Would the fast cooking time rob the chili of the deep flavor that I love? ...

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2018-02-22 13:30:43



Why Tipping Is Bad For America  

The data is clear: Tipping encourages racism, sexism, harassment, and exploitation When a night at a restaurant or bar finally comes to a close, most Americans engage in an instinctive ritual. They dig into their wallets, fiddle with their smartphone calculators, and then decide how much money to give their server or bartender for a job well done. Tipping, while practiced around the world, assumes a unique role in America, one to which most diners are obliged, because the Unit

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2018-02-22 13:27:23



What's the Difference Between Bone Broth, Stock, and Broth? — Tips from The Kitchn  

Stock, broth, and bone broth are the savory liquids that are the building blocks for so many recipes, including soups, sauces, and braises. But are these really just three different names for the same thing? Not exactly. Although they are very similar (and even talked about and used interchangeably), there are some differences among them. Here's what you need to know. READ MORE »

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2018-02-22 13:18:49



5 Unexpected Things Happy People Have in Their Kitchens — Happy at Home  

Oh, you're not interested in getting happier? Of course you are! Here are five things you might not have considered that could make a real difference in your day-to-day satisfaction in your kitchen. Just think, you could be happier by tonight! READ MORE »

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2018-02-22 12:17:54



Watch: The Best Cuban Hamburger in Miami  

Sampling the spiced meat patties at El Mago de las Fritas I was giddy heading to the west side of Miami to El Mago de las Fritas, a small restaurant that specializes in one of my favorite Cuban creations: the frita Cubana. You'll hear it called the "Cuban hamburger" since at it's essence it's a spiced meat patty served on Cuban bread (and lard is among the main ingredients of Cuban bread). But the frita Cubana is distinguished by its liberal use of crunchy shoestring po...

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2018-02-22 12:02:02



The 38 Essential Vancouver Restaurants  

Where to slurp oysters, crush dumplings, and relish the local bounty Ringed by soaring mountains, with gleaming glass skyscrapers reflected in the still waters that surround its downtown core, Vancouver is easy to love, says local food writer Nikki Bayley. Over 40 percent of Vancouver's residents were born outside of Canada, and the city is home to robust Chinese, Indian, and Filipino communities, to name a few. The thriving urban hub of British Columbia is "a proudly immigra...

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2018-02-22 11:54:26



What's the Difference Between Enameled and Cast Iron Dutch Ovens? — Dutch Ovens  

When it comes to outfitting your cookware collection with a Dutch oven (a total workhorse and truly worthwhile investment for any kitchen), you've got a choice to make: Will you go for an enameled Dutch oven (technically a French oven) or the traditional cast iron version? They can be used in just about all the same ways, and both move seamlessly between the stovetop and oven, but there are a few distinctions that set them apart. READ MORE »

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2018-02-22 11:27:55



The Section of Amazon You're Not Shopping But Should Be — Shopping  

If you like craft fairs and sweet homemade pieces — like bespoke pottery, screen-printed tea towels, and hand-cast cement coasters — then you need to shop on Amazon more. Not really the place you'd think of when it comes to handmade goods, right? You probably hit up Amazon for cases of La Croix, trash bags, cookbooks, small appliances, and other kitchen items. And then head to Etsy for the cutesy stuff? What you may not have realized is that Amazon has a very Etsy-like sho...

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2018-02-22 11:13:42



More of Amazon's Cashier-less Convenience Stores Are on the Way  

Additional "just walk out" stores are coming to Seattle and LA Amazon debuted its cashier-less brick-and-mortar store in its hometown of Seattle in January, with many proclaiming Amazon Go "the convenience store of the future." Apparently, the future is now — because the retail goliath is planning to open as many as six more Amazon Go stores this year, according to Recode. Recode's sources say the additional stores will be located in Seattle and LA, though Amazon dec...

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2018-02-22 11:03:37



15 Winter Salads to Make for Dinner Right Now — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Winter survival comes in the form of comfort food — the richer and heartier the meal, the easier it is to handle the cold. But we still need salad. In fact, with all those hefty stews and baked pastas, salads are imperative to keep things in balance. Here are 15 of our favorite winter salads that are fit for the season, from crunchy root vegetable slaws to simple greens that are made extra special with warm dressing. READ MORE »

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2018-02-22 10:57:24



Amazon's Credit Card Will Help You Save Money at Whole Foods — Grocery News  

Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods has resulted in a lot of new changes, services, and perks very quickly. Some people can even order their Whole Foods groceries online and have them delivered to their door the same day. Now it looks like Amazon's purchase of Whole Foods has the potential to make Amazon's credit card a really good deal for a lot of Whole Foods shoppers. READ MORE »

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2018-02-22 10:32:42



3 Mistakes to Avoid When Cooking Cabbage — Cooking Mistakes  

A few years ago I gave my local CSA a try. I love frequenting the farmers market, but thought it would be a nice challenge to learn to work with the boxes that were given to me. I held up just fine until the cabbage starting rolling in. Up until then I never really gave cabbage a chance. I'd only really eaten it boiled with corned beef on St. Patrick's Day, or in the form of sauerkraut. Turns out I just needed to change the way I was cooking it. Here are the three mistak

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2018-02-22 10:31:28



Coconut Chutney: Made for a Dosa, Good on Everything  

This coconut chutney, simply seasoned with a touch of black mustard seed and tamarind, is the classic served alongside nearly every idli or dosa you can find. But don't stop there—it's welcome as an accompaniment to grilled fish or roasted vegetables, or even as a dip for pita. Read More

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2018-02-22 10:30:08



Coconut Chutney: Made for a Dosa, Good on Everything  

This coconut chutney, simply seasoned with a touch of black mustard seed and tamarind, is the classic served alongside nearly every idli or dosa you can find. But don't stop there—it's welcome as an accompaniment to grilled fish or roasted vegetables, or even as a dip for pita. Read More

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2018-02-22 10:30:08



John Currence's Big Bad Breakfast Is Poised to Expand Across the South  

Ten years in, diners are still clamoring for pancakes, egg skillets, and biscuits Twenty-five years after John Currence opened his first restaurant in Oxford, Mississippi, the James Beard Award-winning chef has grown City Grocery Restaurant Group to include four restaurant concepts and two catering operations in and around the small Southern city. There's City Grocery, the Oxford landmark Currence opened in 1992; Boure, a Creole-influenced restaurant; and Snackbar, which focus...

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2018-02-22 10:25:17



Olive Garden's Meatball Pizza Bowl Is Deep Dish Gone Too Far  

Plus, Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim will be on a cereal box Oh god, Olive Garden has a new menu item, and it's just as ridiculous as one would expect a new menu item at Olive Garden to be. Less than a month after introducing Italian nachos, the chain is now serving something called a "Meatball Pizza Bowl." It appears to be a big pile of meatballs on top of pizza dough baked in the shape of a bowl. This is only available at lunch, which is great for productivity on work da...

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2018-02-22 09:42:02



Is Instagram Ruining the Croissant?  

Some bakers think birthday cake and piña colada flavors are going too far Even more than the Eiffel Tower, site of infinite selfies and cheesy proposals, the croissant is a universally recognized symbol of France. Many Americans might not be able to pick the French flag out of a lineup, but the pastry serves as a kind of hieroglyph — or in 2018 parlance, an emoji — to represent the European nation. Case in point: On one track from his 2013 album Yeezus, Kanye West raps, "I...

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2018-02-22 09:12:02



Netflix's "Nailed It" Is a Hilarious TV Baking Competition for Amateur Chefs — Food TV  

Pinterest is a great resource that has done a lot of good for the world. It's given us a source for gorgeous, creative recipes for virtually any diet or ingredient in the world. It's provided endless DIY inspiration for makeup, crafts, home decor, and more, and it has seriously raised the bar on children's birthday cakes. But hands-down my favorite thing about Pinterest is that it gave rise to the hilarious meme of cake failures emblazoned with the phrase, "Nailed it!" READ MORE »

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2018-02-22 08:27:38



The 5 Best White Wines for Cooking — Wine for Food-Lovers  

Do you remember your first bite of linguine with white wine clam sauce, lobster bisque with sherry, or savory chicken Marsala? Cooking with white wine brings balance, fruit, and acidity to so many of our favorite recipes. Once you move past grocery store "cooking wine" (and I strongly advise you to do so!) and introduce even moderately priced white wine into the equation (leave that $40 Chardonnay in the wine fridge), your possibilities and cooking style expand exponentially. Here a

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2018-02-22 08:24:59



14 Showstopping Cakes to Make Any Occasion Special  

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2018-02-22 07:45:46



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2018-02-22 07:45:46



Our 10 Favorite Kitchen Towel Hooks for $20 or Less — Shopping  

Get your kitchen towels off those grubby appliance handles! A hook is the most hygienic way to keep your kitchen towels handy, and most can be installed in a matter of minutes, or even seconds. Plus, there are so many good-looking options out there that you can easily find a hook that will either punch up your space or blend seamlessly into your decor, as if it's always been there. Consider attaching a hook or three to the side of a cabinet, along your backsplash, or straight onto the wal

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2018-02-22 06:19:20



​The Best Gift to Give Yourself Before Vacation — Family Vacation  

Coming home from vacation can be rough: Not only are you not on vacation anymore, as evinced by the suitcases stuffed to the max with dirty laundry and the fact that your bedroom window probably doesn't have a postcard-like view of white sand beaches or snow-capped mountains, but there is also regular life waiting for you. You have to deal with that inbox overflowing with emails and — here's the real rub — you have to feed yourself! Through that pina colada-induced brain fog, you m...

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2018-02-22 05:43:40



Use Pantry Staples to Make This Spicy Cauliflower Side — Delicious Links  

If you believe cauliflower is a bit too bland for your liking, this recipe will certainly change your mind. It utilizes frozen cauliflower florets, which means making it can be a cinch. To top things off, it's also covered in a creamy cheese sauce. I mean, who can say no to that? READ MORE »

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2018-02-22 04:43:55



The One Thing You Need to Ensure a Clutter-Free Kitchen — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

In my family, everything happens in the kitchen: work, bill paying, meal planning, arts and crafts, homework, evening gardening. Oh, right — and cooking and dining, too. Even though those are the main purposes of the space, so much other gear can creep into the kitchen it seems like sometimes there's no space at the kitchen table to eat, or on the kitchen counter to prep food! Keeping kitchen clutter at bay feels like an exercise in futility: Even if you work at it every day, it...

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2018-02-22 04:07:52



How To Make Fry Sauce — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Last year my family relocated from Atlanta, Georgia, to Boise, Idaho. Idaho, of course, is the potato capital of the western United States, growing one-third of the nation's Russet potatoes. Naturally, they take their french fries very seriously. Order fries at any restaurant or drive-thru and they'll ask you the following question: "Fry sauce?" This pink-hued sauce falls somewhere between commonplace condiment and cult food obsession with every chef and local claiming to have a fa

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2018-02-22 03:23:33



How To Make Homemade Ricotta Cheese — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Milk, lemon juice, and about a half-hour of your time — that's all you need to make a batch of fresh, creamy homemade ricotta. You're not going to believe how easy and foolproof this is! And trust me — once you make your own ricotta, it's hard to go back to the stuff from the tub. READ MORE »

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2018-02-22 02:27:52



30 Hearty Sandwiches You Can Eat for Dinner — Recipes from The Kitchn  

We always hear about breakfast for dinner (of which I am a big fan), but I'm also a fan of lunch for dinner (I guess I just like to mix things up!). In particular, I often make myself a nice hearty sandwich, especially when I'm eating solo. Why? Besides being one of my favorite things, sandwiches are quick and unfussy and obviously can easily be portioned just for one. And layering on all those flavors and textures, making it up as I go along, is just plain fun. In this roundup, we'

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2018-02-22 02:17:05



Pork Piccata  

Breaded pork medallions pan-fried and topped with a buttery, lemony white wine reduction yields a restaurant-quality meal.

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2018-02-22 02:02:17



Recipe: Cabbage Apple Slaw with Honey-Lime Dressing — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Great slaw can upstage salad whenever it gets a chance. This one, full of sweet and crisp apples and dressed with honey and lime, is familiar yet not run-of-the-mill. It pairs with everything from a ham sandwich to fish tacos, but is satisfying enough to stand on its own as a meatless meal. READ MORE »

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2018-02-22 01:34:43



The Not-So-Secret Thoughts of My Hungry Dog — Pets in the Kitchen  

My dog, Goblin, is what dog trainers like to call "food-motivated." She will do anything for a morsel of something good and always tries out her most plaintive puppy dog eyes on every friend who comes to visit for dinner. It's kind of pathetic — especially because begging for food off our plates has never, ever worked. But the endearing-slash-annoying thing about dogs that every dog lover knows is that they never stop hoping. If I could listen in on Goblin's most misguided...

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2018-02-22 01:27:14



Costco Just Made All Your Dessert Dreams Come True — Grocery News  

Nutella is one of the most popular and versatile spreads there is. You can put it on toast or graham crackers, pour it over ice cream, use it as an ingredient in any number of simple and fancy desserts, dip fruit into it, or you can just eat it right out of the jar with a spoon. Now Costco is making it even easier to obtain an extraordinary amount of chocolate-hazelnut spread, because they have their own Kirkland Signature Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa. READ MORE »

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2018-02-21 20:17:39



Kitchn Editors Reveal Their Favorite Kirkland Signature Products at Costco — Shopping  

You've probably already heard us sing the praises of Kirkland Signature products before. The Costco store brand is good. Like, really good. But we get that buying anything at the warehouse store can be scary (pick up something you don't end up loving and you have 23 gallons of mayo that may go to waste!). Luckily, we have some pretty opinionated and passionate shoppers here at Kitchn. This morning, we started talking about our favorite Kirkland Signature products and decided to put

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2018-02-21 20:07:48



Get a Sneak Peek at IKEA's 2018 Summer Collection — Shopping  

It feels like summer in parts of the country today. (It's 74 where I am in New York City!) And although it's going to be cold again tomorrow, now we're super excited for warm weather. Also adding to that excitement? We got our hands on a preview of IKEA's 2018 summer collection. Take a look and then join us in counting down the days until the end of winter. READ MORE »

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2018-02-21 19:21:11



10 Delicious Ways to Turn Bone Broth into Dinner — Recipes from The Kitchn  

I was first introduced to the wonders of bone broth when I experimented with a round of Whole30 last winter. After sipping on a warm mug of this rich, flavor-packed broth, I was instantly smitten and soon learned all the ways to work it into my meal plans. Regardless of flavor, bone broth (essentially a long-cooked stock) is super versatile and can be used in place of traditional broth or stock, and sometimes even water, to leave meals with a deeper, richer taste. Whether you have a lit

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2018-02-21 18:30:04



This Bulk Shopping Website Is Way Better than Costco — Shopping  

Don't get me wrong — I love me some Costco, but I don't have one conveniently located near where I live. I try to squeeze in the occasional Costco trip whenever I happen to have an excuse to drive out of the way to one or I'm home visiting my parents, but it doesn't happen all that often. So when I heard about Boxed, an online bulk shopping site looking to give warehouse stores a run for their money, I knew I needed to give it a try. Here's what I learned — and what I ...

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2018-02-21 17:48:39



Picking the Color of a Dutch Oven Is Impossible — Life Advice  

I'm not very good at making impulse purchases. I'm the person who clogs the aisle at CVS, reading the labels on four brands of calcium chews, before deciding that I need to think about it before dedicating a full 30 days to improving my bone density. When it comes to buying new cookware or kitchen gadgets? Forget it. (I'll be ready to explore sous-vide cooking roughly a week before the earth crashes into the sun). READ MORE »

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2018-02-21 17:39:52



How To Make Bone Broth in the Instant Pot — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Traditional stovetop bone broth takes a minimum of 24 hours, but ideally more like 48 hours to transform a pot of water, acid, and collagen-rich bones into a deep, golden-brown liquid with a texture like barely set jello. Truth is, when you cook bone broth on the stove for that long you and your house will smell like beef broth for days. The good news is there is another way. Broth in an electric pressure cooker can feel like nothing short of magic, but cooking broth un

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2018-02-21 17:26:46



Al Roker Is Eating His Way Through South Korea During the Olympics   

The 'Today' co-anchor shares details on his culinary tour in Pyeongchang, Gangneung, and Seoul Despite thousands of international sports fans visiting South Korea for a couple of weeks, restaurants in Pyeongchang, site of this year's Winter Olympics, aren't seeing much of a boost in business: It seems tourists from around the world don't have a lot of interest in trying the local cuisine. But don't count Al Roker among these timid eaters. America's favorite weatherm...

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2018-02-21 16:49:47



Oakland Star Baker Reem Assil Joins Daniel Patterson's Group for Next Project  



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2018-02-21 15:10:55



How To Cook Perfect Salmon Fillets — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

When it comes to simple, quick-cooking weeknight meals, salmon fillets always have a place in my regular lineup. This foolproof technique delivers a perfect medium-cooked fillet that's tender and flaky with deliciously crispy pan-seared skin. READ MORE »

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2018-02-21 15:05:16



Take a Look Around Miami's New 40,000-Square-Foot Food Hall  



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2018-02-21 14:00:00



But First, Breakfast: 20 Recipes That Will Make Your Mornings Better — Recipes from The Kitchn  

As the first meal of the day, breakfast holds a lot of power in swaying the way we start our mornings. Even if you're more likely to grab a cup of coffee and rush out the door than sit down to a full spread of eggs and the works, there's always a middle ground that delivers flavor, convenience, and a little delight. These recipes are either quick enough to whip up on an average weekday morning or can be made in advance over the weekend or on a quiet weeknight. It's proof tha

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2018-02-21 13:34:51



Watch This Man Make Fancy Sushi for His Cats — Pop Culture  

I have a new internet crush. I love a person who cooks and who loves cats, and almost nobody takes cooking and cat-pampering as seriously as the home cook and cat lover behind the popular Jun's Kitchen YouTube channel. While most of his cooking videos are about making food for humans, he also has three adorable kitties, and he loves them so much he makes them their own extremely fancy sushi. READ MORE »

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2018-02-21 13:34:06



How to Stock a Korean Pantry: Jeot, Jang, and More Ingredients to Know  

How to stock your kitchen with everything you need to make Korean food at home. Read More

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2018-02-21 13:00:56



How to Stock a Korean Pantry: Jeot, Jang, and More Ingredients to Know  

How to stock your kitchen with everything you need to make Korean food at home. Read More

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2018-02-21 13:00:56



Netflix's 'Nailed It' Takes a Humorous Approach to Baking Competitions  

A cooking show about less-than-perfect bakers In addition to a brand-new pastry-themed Chef's Table series, Netflix has another big dessert-centric show coming down the pipeline. Nailed It, a new culinary competition, will feature amateur bakers attempting to recreate elaborate treats for a chance to win $10,000. The show will take a more lighthearted approach to the craft of pastry-making than something like, say, The Great British Bake-Off, and judging by the trailer, it loo...

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2018-02-21 12:13:01



Feast Your Eyes on Mil, Virgilio Martínez's Groundbreaking New Restaurant  

An exclusive look at the food, menu, and photos from the 'Chef's Table' star Virgilio Martínez knows his next restaurant isn't for everyone. It's a journey to get to Mil, located near the Inca ruin of Moray above Cusco, Peru, and the food will be unfamiliar to most: The kitchen's focus turns towards its surrounding Andean landscape and the techniques of the past. "You have to be sensitive, creative, open-minded, and willing to experience something that is new,"...

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2018-02-21 11:29:24



This Part DIY Kitchen Reno Took 1.5 Years — And Was So Totally Worth It — Kitchen Makeover  

Not only did this kitchen receive a major aesthetic upgrade, but the project also achieved the Holy Grail of renovation dreams. In the words of the condo owner, "Same footprint, more space." Hashtag goals indeed. READ MORE »

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2018-02-21 10:49:51



If You're Only Going to Get One Dutch Oven, This Is the Size You Should Buy — Shopping  

Dutch ovens can get pretty pricey — especially the ones from iconic brands like Le Creuset and Staub. While many people dream about having a complete set that'll rival a display at Williams Sonoma, it's just not practical without a bottomless bank account. And that's okay! Because you really can get by with just one — as long as you're smart when you shop for it. If you're only going to have one Dutch oven, here's how big (and what shape) it should be. READ MORE »

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2018-02-21 10:37:50



Oscar Nom Noms: A Themed Menu for the 2018 Academy Awards  

Pun-tastic recipes for your 2018 Oscars party! Read More

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2018-02-21 10:30:40



Oscar Nom Noms: A Themed Menu for the 2018 Academy Awards  

Pun-tastic recipes for your 2018 Oscars party! Read More

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2018-02-21 10:30:40



This Kettle Is on Super Sale on Amazon — For a Few Hours Only — Amazon Deal of the Day  

There are infinite variations on the humble kettle, but we have a strong preference for one kind: the gooseneck kettle. If you've thought about getting one of your own, Amazon is currently offering a flash deal on this simple but high-quality gooseneck kettle. But hurry — the deal only runs until 6:30 p.m. EST today. After that time, you'll have to pay the usual $60. READ MORE »

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2018-02-21 10:13:46



Watch David Chang Make an 'Ugly Delicious' Braised Cod   

The Momofuku chef tests out a "Portuguese-Korean" mashup on his new Netflix show "Home cooking, what I call ugly delicious food, has now become the food that I want to make in the restaurant," David Chang says in this clip from his new Netflix show. The chef behind the Momofuku empire then puts together a dish of braised cod with peppers that he describes as "vaguely Portuguese -Korean, but tastes Sichuan-style." That's a unique mashup of influences, but Chang expl...

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2018-02-21 10:05:40



Bill Gates Doesn't Know How Much Groceries Really Cost — Pop Culture  

Do really, really rich people compare prices at Trader Joe's and Costco like us plebeians? Do they know where to buy the cheapest bananas, or that Costco has four-and-a-half-pound tubs of knockoff Nutella for under $8? To no one's surprise, the answer is probably no. Or at least that's the case when it comes to Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates. This Wednesday Gates appeared as a guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show where the host asked him to guess the cost of common items you'

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2018-02-21 09:59:46



How a Nutritionist Cured Me of My Taco Fears — Kitchen Nerves  

"I swear, you are the only person in America who doesn't know how to eat a taco. You are a statistical impossibility." It was meant to be a funny comment, and I did think it was funny; I laughed and took a bigger-than-usual bite of my taco shell-less turkey meat as if to say, "I eat! I'm normal!" READ MORE »

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2018-02-21 09:57:48






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