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Cook Once, Feast All Season Long
A smart cook knows holiday leftovers are lifesavers on the day after the feast, but a true kitchen genius has an eye on new and exciting dinners through the new year.
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A Friendsgiving Menu Made for Sharing
Everyone is eager to see the family for Thanksgiving, but a lot of us like to extend the festivities to our close friends—thus, Friendsgiving was born.
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8 Southern-Inspired Meal-Time Solutions
Whether it's breaded pork chops, hot chicken sandwiches, blackened catfish or slow cooker barbecue, these Southern selections will be on your summer rotation for years to come.
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Shrubs: Sweet, Sour and Ready for Summer Cocktails
Shrubs, or drinking vinegars, are sweet and sour, fruit-based syrups that were all the rage in Colonial times.
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Spring Into Seasonal Flavors
Spice Islands® spices and seasonings give you the tools to easily make the flavors of spring blossom in your kitchen.
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Do the Hokey Poké, Hawaiian Style
Try Hawaii's hottest of-the-moment dish: poké, a fresh, chopped, uncooked seafood salad with bold, bright flavors and spices.
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Tricking Taste Buds on April Foods' Day
While food has has always been a focus of April 1 jokesters — think of those toothpaste sandwich cookies or sugar in the salt shaker — a true "artist's" efforts should result in a surprise that makes you say “yum" instead of “yuck."
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Savory Is Our Jam
There's a great, big world of savory preserves, jams and jellies to explore.
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Artisan Toasts for Any Meal
There's a reason why artisan toasts are all the rage — they are easy to assemble and with so many options, they can be devoured for breakfast, lunch or a snack.
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Easter Favorites: Sides and Sweets to Match the Entree
Enhance your Easter feast with sides both bright and rich, and finish off the family gathering with dazzling desserts.
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Caesar Isn't Just for Salad
Caesar, the Roman emperor, should have heeded the soothsayer's warning to “Beware the Ides of March." Turns out that was a very bad day for him. Caesar, the salad, on the other hand, has nothing to worry about on March 15, or any other time of the year.
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An Easter Brunch to Please
The key to a successful Easter brunch is to serve a variety of dishes to make your guests feel pampered, but allow you to fully enjoy their company.
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Oscars: Dinner and a Movie Pairings
In honor of the 88th Academy Awards on February 28th, plan to watch the opening of the envelopes with a meal inspired by past Best Picture winners. With these creative pairings, the Oscar goes to ... you!
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Ramen Is All the Rage
Today's ramen is a far cry from the packaged noodles of your college days. Plenty of top-notch restaurants have a line of people eagerly anticipating a slurp.
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Crush It on Valentine's Day with This Heartwarming Menu
Between the cuddle-inducing temps outside and Cupid's arrow shooting smack in the middle of the month, February is when we turn most often to thoughts of love.
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Celebrate Mardi Gras At Home With These Big Easy Recipes
New Orleans is a big party all year long, but never more so than on Mardi Gras, or “Fat Tuesday," the day before Ash Wednesday, which begins the 40 days of Lent for Catholics and other Christians.
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Fermenting Culture: How to Get Started
Some of the world's most delicious recipes were invented to keep food from going bad—think wine, cheese, beer and pickles.
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Super Snacks For The Big Game
Weekends in January are all about gathering around the television with friends and family to cheer on college bowl games or the NFL playoffs.
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The Great American Ginaissance
Invented by the Dutch as a juniper-based health tonic, gin has a long and storied history.
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Four Smoothie Ideas to Kick Off the New Year
Conquer breakfast with this selection of easy smoothies for the ideal portable and nutritious meal, and start your day off right.
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Winter Solstice: Celebrating the Longest Night of the Year
The longest night and the shortest day of the year—what's to celebrate about that?
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Cocoa O-M-G
We'll gladly take winter's chill if the season means curling up with a mug of hot cocoa.
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How to Shift New Year's Resolutions Toward Fun and Flavor
With the first sunrise following the revelry of New Year's Eve, most people switch gears from party overdrive and head straight for deprivation station.
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The Most Delicious Time of the Year
To keep the peace around the holiday dinner table, some traditions can't be changed.
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Holiday Breakfast: The Delicious Christmas Kickoff
While holiday dinners are usually the focus of the season, it's also fun to treat family and friends to breakfast or brunch gatherings.
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Spread Cheer with Handcrafted Edible Gifts
It might be the thought that counts, but nothing says "I care" like a handcrafted, delectable, edible gift.
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Christmas Dinner: The Main Event
The star of the holiday show is the centerpiece meat, with side dishes orbiting in support. With more options for variety than at Thanksgiving, you're free to choose from a range including beef, poultry, lamb and pork.
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Light a Candle. Pass a Dish.
The eight days of Hanukkah are a feast of light and good things to eat, celebrated by kindling lamps and candles and by enjoying fried treats that commemorate the one vial of oil that miraculously lasted the Israelites eight full days and nights.
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Eat Good For Life
Have you ever tried to make chicken curry before? If you are like me and love to cook with spices this recipe is going to blow you away.
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Seven Ultimate Dishes to Bring to a Friendsgiving
Thanksgiving is what you make of it, even when the celebration is a circle of close friends instead of family. With the host responsible for the turkey and dressing, let everyone else spice it up with sides.
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Leftover Love: Day-After Deliciousness
When you do the math, you might be inclined to think that Thanksgiving dinner offers a paltry return on what you put into it: days of planning, shopping, chopping, dicing, mashing, roasting, and baking for a meal that's over before you can say "pass the cranberry sauce."
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Non-traditional Thanksgiving Sides
When it comes to the holiday table, some things are sacrosanct: forks on the left, gravy in a boat, and your family's recipe for turkey.
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Your Roadmap to Food-and-Beer Pairing Adventures
More than just a sudsy complement to backyard BBQ, beer is coming into its own as a food-enhancing beverage worthy of pairing with a wide range of dishes and cuisines.
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This Land Is Our Land; Now Pass the Pie
As we prepare to sit down with our families to enjoy an abundant Thanksgiving meal, here's a heartwarming thought: Throughout the land, millions upon millions of our fellow citizens will do the same. On one day a year, we all talk turkey.
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Flavors of the New York City Food & Wine Festival
Everyone has kitchen mishaps—even the longtime editor-in-chief of Food & Wine magazine, it turns out. On the evening of Friday, October 16, from the center of a grand room at New York's Park Lane Hotel with floor-to-ceiling views of Central Park, Dana Cowin explained why she really learned to cook only recently.
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Pumpkin Spice Forever: A Love Story
The Great Pumpkin returns! When the air turns crisp and the leaves begin to fall, pumpkin appears everywhere you turn, from lattes to beer and everything in between. We love pumpkin as much as the person ahead of us in the coffee shop drive-through, but it's really pumpkin spice that has us smitten.
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Hauntingly Tasty Treats For Grown-Up Halloween Parties
Don't let the kids be the only ones to have all the fun this Halloween. You and your grown-up friends deserve a round of treats, too, and this season is the perfect opportunity to flaunt some creative flair when hosting a Halloween party.
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It's Gourmet Peanut Butter Jelly Time
When we need an example of a perfect pairing, most of us look no further than the good old duo of peanut butter and jelly. Despite its humble reputation as a childhood lunchbox staple, this deceptively simple sandwich has tons of untapped potential.
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Five Trending Salad Flavors
Gone are the days when a salad was a boring prelude to the main course. Today, with an emphasis on a wide range of fruits, grains, and other ingredients, salads can steal the show.
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Unlock Flavor With A Microplane
An important part of being a good cook is having the right ingredients and tools. There are many trendy products out there that promise to make our lives easier but often end up as clutter on our kitchen counters.
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Mason Jar Cookery
'Tis the season when life gets busy. Real busy, with carpool, school projects, soccer games, holiday prep, book club, and end-of-year work deadlines jamming the calendar.
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Spritz Up Your Cocktails with Bubbles and Spice
A chilled six-pack of wine spritzers is perfectly cool for a day at the beach, but when you're nesting or entertaining at home, take it up a notch with a sophisticated hand-crafted concoction.