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12 Pretty Kitchens That Prove Pink Isn't Just for Millennials — Kitchen Design  

Love it or hate it (we love it!), it is no secret that pink has been the color of the moment. You may have tried it out on your throw pillows in your living room or maybe even with a pink set of dining chairs. Now, we challenge you to think about pink in a bigger, more daring way: in your kitchen. See more of the kitchen above: This HGTV Star's Kitchen Looks More Like a Teenage Girl's Bedroom READ MORE »

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2018-04-18 21:21:46



Jennifer Garner Shares Her Favorite Car Trip Snacks for Kids — Pop Culture  

If life were fair, all cars would come with those tinted, soundproof windows that separate limousine drivers from their passengers. Parents could get so much use out of those windows! Heck, my parents could have gotten use out of those windows, because I once kept a fight going for an entire ride to grandma's house because my sister touched my armrest. And somehow we were worse when we were on the same side, like when we saw a Golden Arches and teamed up to chant "McDonald's! McDonald's

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2018-04-18 21:01:05



7 Fast & Fancy Chicken Thigh Recipes — Recipes from The Kitchn  

As chicken thighs have become a staple on so many of our meal plans, it's all too easy for them to feel mundane — that is, of course, unless you give them a little special treatment. Diverge from the usual and chicken thighs can quickly transform into fancy (yet still as fast as always) meals that are perfect for dinner parties or just a normal Wednesday night at home with your family. READ MORE »

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2018-04-18 20:56:54



How To Make Slow Cooker Cream of Chicken Soup — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

From here on out, creamy chicken soup from the slow cooker shall be known as change-your-life chicken soup. Try to imagine all the goodness of chicken soup — moist, tender chicken, bites of sweet carrot and peas — but wrapped in a creamy broth flecked with black pepper. This creamy chicken soup is how you do comfort food from the slow cooker. It's perfect for weeknights or cozy weekends at home. All you need on the side is a spoon for slurping and a few buttered biscuits for du...

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2018-04-18 15:39:16



Recipe: Split Pea Soup — Recipes from The Kitchn  

It's soup weather, and split pea soup is one of my personal favorites! It's so easy to whip up, you'll never eat it from a can again. Bonus: split peas soften while cooked, so you don't need to soak them overnight! READ MORE »

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2018-04-18 13:50:14



Interview: Anthony Bourdain on Traveling to the Heart of Trump Country for 'Parts Unknown'   

The TV host reflects talks about filming the new season of his hit CNN show and how the #MeToo movement is influencing his work On the Season 11 premiere of CNN's Parts Unknown, audiences will finally get to see globetrotting writer/former hash-slinger Anthony Bourdain eat snapping turtle patties and squirrel gravy in West Virginia coal country. This area is famously full of people who voted for Donald Trump, but Bourdain, a staunch critic of the president, didn't travel he...

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2018-04-18 13:31:41



15 Under $15: Great Bites in NYC That Won't Break the Bank  

Fifteen of our favorite cheap eats in New York City, from good ol' American sliders to a richly savory Chinese noodle soup to one revelatory Mexican torta, and so much more. Read More

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2018-04-18 13:00:23



The One Gadget You Won't Find in Nigella Lawson's Kitchen — Food Heroes  

This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending Cherry Bombe Jubilee, a day-long celebration of women in food, in New York City. Among the esteemed participants was one person in particular I was very excited to hear speak: Nigella Lawson. Turns out, Nigella is exactly as lovely and smart in person as she comes across on TV. She's also extremely quotable (see: 10 Quotes from Nigella to Make You Stand Up and Cheer). Between sharing her philosophy on home cooks vs. chefs

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2018-04-18 12:18:43



7 Out of 10 Americans Want a Higher Minimum Wage, Even If It Means Higher Menu Prices  

New poll suggests diners are overwhelmingly in favor of a $10 minimum wage A majority of Americans believe the minimum wage should be raised, even if it means they'll have to pay more for their meals when dining out. That's according to a recent poll conducted on behalf of the National Restaurant Association, the Intercept reports. The hospitality industry's biggest lobbying group — often called the other NRA — is famously conservative and has spoken out against rais...

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2018-04-18 11:48:02



Get Ready for the 2018 Farm Bill Fiasco  

Congresswoman Chellie Pingree argues Americans deserve a farm bill that alleviates hunger, promotes agricultural markets, and encourages environmental stewardship This story was originally published on Civil Eats. I've always been optimistic about the farm bill. I felt very fortunate to work on the last farm bill with colleagues on both sides of the aisle, supporting programs that I believe make a difference. As legislation goes, the farm bill has a track record of breakin...

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2018-04-18 11:38:22



Why Giada De Laurentiis' Vegas Success Is So Important to Her  

The Food Network star, restaurateur, and cookbook author opens up on Eater's podcast This week on the Eater Upsell podcast, we talk to restaurateur, Food Network star, and cookbook author — most recently of Giada's Italy — Giada De Laurentiis about her rise to fame, commercial success in Las Vegas, dreams to take her personal brand global, and why she believes she's spent her whole career fighting against stereotypes. Listen on Apple Podcasts and subscribe. List...

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2018-04-18 11:30:01



Sicily Meets North Africa in This Rich and Fragrant Pasta Dish  

One pasta dish, two distinct culinary traditions: Pasta con le sarde marries sardine-studded Italian pasta with sweet-savory flavors like raisins, pine nuts, and saffron, which were introduced to the country by Islamic rulers of Sicily in the tenth century. It's one of the most beautiful pasta dishes, fragrant and luscious. Read More

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2018-04-18 10:30:36



The 10 Best Things Kitchn Staffers Recently Bought on Amazon — Shopping  

As you undoubtably already know, Amazon is a never-ending pit of kitchen gadgets, groceries, decorative items, and thousands (millions?) of other things. It can be overwhelming! To help you navigate the pages — and pages! — of products, we polled the Kitchn staff to see what goodies they recently bought. Here's what everyone's been shopping for, why they love their purchases, and how they're using them. READ MORE »

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2018-04-18 10:25:57



The Jamón Went Down to Georgia  

Can Iberian pigs — source of jamón iberico de bellota — thrive in the American South? Even from a distance, the pigs looked odd. It was hard to see them clearly at first; heavy rains had carved ruts into the dirt road that led into the pasture, and every time the Jeep hit bottom, my glasses slid down my nose. But as we jolted forward, the mass of dark bodies crowding the fence and pressing against the wires came into focus. They weren't like any pigs I'd seen before...

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2018-04-18 10:22:54



The First Thing I Do Every Morning When I Wake Up — H2Whoa  

There are lots of things I want to do first thing in the morning: go back to sleep, get more blankets, stick my face in a giant pot of coffee, go back to sleep ... you get the idea. The thing I actually do, though, is a lot better for me. READ MORE »

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2018-04-18 10:10:44



Millennials Are Apparently Afraid of Touching Raw Meat  

Plus, David Chang's ssäm sauce is now available on Amazon, and more food news Millennials, come on. The generation that is the apple of every merchant's eye is apparently afraid to touch raw meat. At least, that's what the results of a recent marketing research survey indicate. In an effort to get a leg up on the competition, UK supermarket chain Sainsbury's is now selling meat in special packaging that allows twenty- and thirtysomethings to "just 'rip and tip...

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2018-04-18 10:06:35



Howard Schultz on Starbucks' Customer Arrests: 'I'm Ashamed'  

Meanwhile, the manager who called the police on two black customers is no longer with the company Starbucks founder Howard Schultz is speaking out in the wake of protests and boycotts against his company following the arrest of two black customers in a Philadelphia store. Schultz appeared on CBS This Morning on Wednesday to address the situation, telling host Gayle King he is "embarrassed" and "ashamed." "There's no doubt in my mind that the reason [the police] wer...

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2018-04-18 09:57:59



10 Easy and Essential Cucumber Recipes — Recipes from The Kitchn  

It's hard to beat the cool refreshment cucumbers provide. The water-packed veggie is not only wonderfully crisp, but its mild flavor also makes it incredibly adaptable to all sorts of flavors and ingredients. These 10 recipes show off the vegetable's versatility, and are so easy that they can be thrown together for just about any occasion. READ MORE »

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2018-04-18 08:28:20



My New Favorite Sandwich Recipe for Office Lunches — Delicious Links  

Lunch is the hardest meal to make. Whether you're trying to get creative with your kid's lunch box, or are just trying to eat something a little more exciting at the office, there are so many things to consider. Does it travel well? Will it stink up the office kitchen? Will it be filling enough? Is it exiting enough that I want to eat it, but not too complicated to make in bulk on a Sunday? This year I finally set about tackling my food budget and I decided it was essential that I b

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2018-04-18 08:14:27



Why Restaurants Became So Loud  



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2018-04-18 08:00:02



25 Colorful Mediterranean Recipes to Feel Good About — Recipes from The Kitchn  

We've heard for years about the wonders of the Mediterranean diet. Featuring foods like olive oil, whole grains, fish, legumes, fruits, and vegetables, it's considered an all-around healthy way of eating. Even if you don't adopt it completely, it's easy to work a few more Mediterranean-inspired meals into your weekly menu plan, even if it's just for the bright and satisfying flavors alone. Here are 25 of our favorite recipes — from breakfast to dinner to snacks — th...

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2018-04-18 07:51:19



12 Broccoli Recipes to Get You Beyond Steamed  

12 broccoli recipes for when you're looking for brassica inspiration. Read More

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2018-04-18 07:45:46



5 Important Things to Do with Your Chicken When You Get Home from the Grocery Store — Tips from The Kitchn  

Toss a few packages of chicken in your shopping cart at the grocery store and you're looking at endless dinner possibilities. While you may simply drop those packages into the refrigerator or freezer when you walk through the door and consider things set, if you take a few minutes to do some extra things, you'll be rewarded come mealtime. Here are five things to do every time you bring chicken home. READ MORE »

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2018-04-18 07:37:36



5 Mistakes to Avoid When Making Risotto — Tips from The Kitchn  

Risotto is like my dinner patronus — it appears to help me make a satisfying dinner, even when I have the barest of kitchen staples. I'd argue that every home cook should learn the basic principals of risotto for making quick dinners without having to reach for a recipe. Part of making delicious risotto at home is also knowing what mistakes to avoid along the way. Here are five of the most common and what to do instead when making risotto. READ MORE »

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2018-04-18 07:24:26



How To Cook a Whole Chicken in the Slow Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

The slow cooker strikes again! With minimal work and just one ingredient (psst ... it's chicken) this recipe delivers the most delicious payoff imaginable — meat so tender and juicy it practically falls right off the bone. And it's all thanks to the small, closed environment of the slow cooker. READ MORE »

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2018-04-18 07:12:29



Wayfair Is Launching a Shopping Holiday to Rival Prime Day — Here's What You Need to Know — Shopping  

In the world of online shopping, there are all kinds of events and sales pegged to seasons, sporting events, real-world holidays, and even made-up holidays. But when it comes to online sales with true name recognition, we have Cyber Monday, which nearly everyone tries to get in on, and the Amazon-only Prime Day. And now, there's also Wayfair's Way Day. READ MORE »

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2018-04-18 06:31:25



Black Russian  

The lesser known, stiffer cousin to the White Russian. No cream in this cocktail, just coffee liqueur and vodka on the rocks. If you've always thought White Russians were a bit tame, maybe it's time you changed sides.

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2018-04-18 04:42:24



My 3-Step Method for Spring Cleaning My Pantry — Smart Spring Cleaning  

Around this time every year, I go a little crazy. It's spring cleaning season and for me, that means cleaning out my pantry. My Type A personality comes out loud and clear and my husband knows to just keep out of the way! READ MORE »

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2018-04-18 03:58:23



Why Is Everyone So Obsessed with This $135 Coffee Mug? — Pop Culture  

I don't know if you've noticed, but absolutely nothing about 2018 makes sense. An 11-year-old who yodeled at the end of a Walmart aisle is now a Coachella superstar. One critic is suggesting that Adam Sandler could become an Oscar frontrunner. And now more than 88,000 people have liked a $135 unicorn coffee mug on Facebook. READ MORE »

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2018-04-18 03:04:46



Recipe: Meaty Mushroom Lasagna — Recipes from The Kitchn  

What would some of our favorite comfort food classics looks like if we asked a nutritionist to give them a makeover? In this series of recipes, you see how smart choices around vegetables, meats, and cheese make for a lighter, more nutritious take on everything from mac and cheese to meatloaf without ever compromising the flavor. This lasagna tastes just like the classic, but it's packed with extra vegetables. Mushrooms are a nice addition to any meaty mixture because they mimic the

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2018-04-18 02:50:56



10 Easy Slow Cooker Chicken Dinners to Add to Your Meal Plan ASAP — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Slow cooker chicken dinners are a mainstay in my meal plan. While they don't require all-day cooking, they do come with the promise of minimal prep and allow me to float in and out of the house until they're ready. From takeout favorites to make at home to a fast and fancy spring meal, these 10 slow cooker chicken dinners deserve a place in your meal plan ASAP. READ MORE »

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2018-04-18 02:34:22



The String Cheese Taste Test: We Tried 9 Brands and Here's What We Thought — Shopping  

When we're looking for a healthy, high-protein, portable snack we can toss in a lunch box or a gym bag, a lot of us look to string cheese. Kids love it. Adults love it. It's mozzarella, after all. The funny thing is, there are tons of string cheese brands on the market, all selling a product that looks exactly same as the rest: a cylinder of pale white cheese in a pull-apart plastic wrapper. Take any one of them home and it'll taste like, you know, string cheese. Aside from the pr

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2018-04-18 02:26:53



A Kickback Grows in Brooklyn  

Against waves of gentrification, three Black-owned restaurants and bars in Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights — and their patrons — are holding steady Brooklyn rests on shifting sands. Its culture and communities contend with the impossible and endlessly accelerating rhythm of gentrification on a daily basis, from rising rents to threatened landmarks. Over the last several years, the ground beneath central Brooklyn, the home of historically Black neighborhoods Bed-Stuy and Crown ...

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2018-04-17 17:11:05



Watch: Do You Really Need an Indoor Smokeless Grill?  

Trying out the $300 grill from Philips Grilling is a cooking technique many try to achieve at home, with enough people failing miserably at it after following the "best grilling tips" they found online. Philips — the lighting company turned all-household-items company — has created the Smokeless Indoor Grill, a compact grill that uses infrared technology to yield "evenly grilled food" at a consistent 446 degrees fahrenheit. Testing out the $300 gadget in this episo...

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2018-04-17 14:16:37



Recipe: Easy Roasted Vegetable Enchiladas — Recipes from The Kitchn  

What would some of our favorite comfort food classics looks like if we asked a nutritionist to give them a makeover? In this series of recipes, you see how smart choices around vegetables, meats, and cheese make for a lighter, more nutritious take on everything from mac and cheese to meatloaf without ever compromising the flavor. Enchiladas are a go-to weeknight meal for me because they're easy to assemble and have a short bake time. These colorful enchiladas are filled with assort

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2018-04-17 13:59:02



The Top Wedding Trends for 2018 Include Wine Slushies — Wedding Trends  

Move over, mashed potato bar and cake pops! There are new delicious catering trends in the wedding world to sink your teeth into (think: wine slushies, bite-sized desserts, and raw bars with all the fruits de mer). According to The Knot's 2017 Real Weddings Study, couples are spending an average of $70 per guest for food and drink. And "high-spenders" (guests spending an average of $60,000 or more on their wedding) are shelling out an average of $154 per guest. With th

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2018-04-17 13:02:19



Fat, Ugly, and Delicious: A Guide to the Pacific Razor Clam  

With a texture that's an interesting mix of tender and chewy, Pacific razor clams are a lot bigger and meatier than the bivalves you're likely to see tossed with spaghetti or served on the half-shell. Learn how to clean and prepare these regional delicacies, and—if you're in the Northwest and feeling adventurous—how to harvest them yourself. Read More

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2018-04-17 13:00:50



How To Make Mac and Cheese in the Slow Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

This slow cooker mac and cheese is so easy that it feels like it can't possibly be right. Dry pasta, milk, and cheese go in, and a few hours later you're scooping warm macaroni and cheese onto your plate. Ready for a little magic in your dinner? Let's take a look at how this macaroni and cheese can be yours. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 12:59:19



30 Easy Vegetarian Weeknight Dinners — Recipes from The Kitchn  

When we hear vegetarian dinners, you know what comes to mind? Luscious veggies, tender beans, rich broths, flavorful sauces, and great textures. Basically, there's never a dull moment when a really good vegetarian dish is on the menu, so we put together some of our favorites to help make a veggie-powered dinner a reality. There's a vibrant skillet paella, sweet potato tacos, spicy stir-fried cauliflower, and slow cooker vegetable stew. Basically they're all wholeso

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2018-04-17 12:45:07



A Nutritionist's 5 Favorite Aldi Finds for $5 or Less — Shopping  

I admit it: It took me a while before I stepped foot in an Aldi for the first time, despite the fact that I live less than a mile from one. And that's a total shame. I had been worried that the store was full of unhealthy, processed foods. As soon as I walked inside, though, I understood what all the hype was about. Aldi is clean, very well laid out, and chock-full of healthy products that carry the store's generic brand logos. Now, Aldi is one of my favorite grocers to visit and t

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2018-04-17 12:25:21



You Need 2 Water Filters, According to This Scientist (Plus 2 Other Things You Should Know About Them) — Shopping  

If you opt to filter your water at home (rather than buy it bottled), I commend you! It's less expensive for you and better for our planet to filter the stuff that comes from your tap. Whether you already have a system and have been wondering how effective it really is or you're just starting to dip your toes in the water pitcher world, the number of options on the market can be overwhelming. How can you pick the best filter? I asked a scientist — and former coworker —...

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2018-04-17 12:12:22



Ina Garten on the Most Important Thing a Dinner Host Can Do — Pop Culture  

Watching Ina Garten on TV makes it look like a lot of fun to be Ina Garten, but it really looks like a lot of fun to live next door to Ina Garten. She is constantly entertaining. Watching her show, one gets the distinct impression that she throws a party every time someone comes through her front door. She seems like she'd arrange a quickie welcome luncheon if a squirrel entered her yard, and every person who jogs past her house gets a cosmo and a lobster roll. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 11:46:21



Starbucks Will Close 8,000-Plus US Locations for 'Racial Bias Education Day'  

Company-owned stores will temporarily shutter May 29 Following the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks location, and the ensuing protests, the Seattle-based coffee giant will temporarily shutter all of its company-owned stores in the United States for a "racial bias education day." The 8,000-plus locations will go dark the afternoon of May 29, the company announced Tuesday. "I've spent the last few days in Philadelphia with my leadership team listening ...

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2018-04-17 11:33:02



Kerrygold Butter's Rise From Humble Countryside to American Favorite  

How the Irish export became a hit in the U.S. Leprechaun. Tub-o-Gold. Golden Farm. In 1962, Ireland's largest agri-food cooperative was tussling with a colorful shortlist of names for its new butter brand. The focus, if it wasn't obvious, was squarely on export markets. The launch was to take place in Britain, initially sidestepping Ireland entirely, before continuing to continental Europe and the wider world. In the end, the board is said to have been motivated by a "str...

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2018-04-17 11:21:02



Starbucks Attempts to Recover from PR Nightmare Following Philadelphia Arrests  

The coffee giant's CEO met with the two men face-to-face and is calling for more staff training In the wake of protests spurred by the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks, the coffee giant is attempting to recover from its public relations nightmare. CEO Kevin Johnson appeared on ABC's Good Morning America on Monday, apologizing for the "reprehensible" incident and saying that store managers will undergo unconscious bias training in order "to ensure th...

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2018-04-17 11:00:06



Why Bartenders in America Are Turning to Japanese-Style Bartending  

Japan's approach to the craft elevates it to an art form With seasonal produce, impossibly clear hand-chipped ice, and precise yet fluid movements, bartenders in Japan elevate the act of building a cocktail into an art form, sometimes asking as much as the cost of a wagyu dinner in return. "Since ancient times, we have strived to master various disciplines," explains Sumire Miyanohara, co-owner of the lauded Orchard Bar in Tokyo's tony Ginza neighborhood. As she sees it...

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2018-04-17 10:46:16



I Have a Dishwasher, but I Still Prefer Washing My Dishes by Hand — Life in the Kitchen  

For more than five years I lived in a tiny studio apartment without a dishwasher. Every evening I'd wash the day's dirty dishes by hand and then cram them into an overcrowded drying rack, occasionally breaking a wine glass in the process. As the skin on my hands gradually wrinkled from the water, I'd stare at the seemingly never-ending mound of dishes in my sink and dream of the day I would never have to hand-wash them again. I wanted nothing more than a dishwasher. That day fina

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2018-04-17 09:48:04



Recipe: Mixed Mushroom Egg Bakes — But First, Breakfast!  

Despite the fact we are entering one of my favorite, easy, and effortless breakfast seasons (fresh berries and yogurt, anyone?), I love any chance to work protein into my mornings, so I've been doing a version of these egg bakes for some time now. They're perfect for a weekday meal because they hold up in the refrigerator for a good five days. When baked ahead of time, you can have a brunch-worthy breakfast on an average Wednesday, and it will feel like a pretty big treat. READ MORE ...

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2018-04-17 09:33:42



Is Seltzer an Okay Substitute for Water? Experts Weigh In. — H2Whoa  

Drinking enough water is something a lot of us struggle with. Sure, we know that our bodies need water, but for many people plain water is just boring. It's hard to drink it all the time! Perhaps that's why sparkling water brands like LaCroix are have become a popular option when consumers want a zero-calorie beverage that offers more pizzazz and flavor than plain water. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 09:16:25



The 10 Commandments of a Clean, Organized, and Happy Pantry — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

Your pantry — be it a room, a cabinet, or even just a drawer — deserves a little love. It's the commissary of your kitchen, the foundation of your foodstuffs. And it's all too easy to let spice jars and half-full bags of granola take over. Instead, make a vow to live by these 10 guiding principles and enjoy a happy, healthy pantry for years to come. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 08:32:34



Recipe: The Income Tax Cocktail — Cocktail Recipes from The Kitchn  

Yes, believe it or not, there really is a drink called the Income Tax cocktail. And what better day than April 17 to give this gin-based classic a try? READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 07:16:22



The $10 Amazon Buy That Finally Helped Me Get My Narrow Silverware Drawer in Order — Shopping  

When your silverware drawer is less than eight inches wide, it's easy to give up hope. Here's how it happens: You excitedly buy one utensil organizer, get it home, and realize it doesn't fit. You measure again and go back to the store to exchange the item, only to learn that there are no ready-made organizers that are small enough to fit. You consider buying three of the narrowest baskets (one each for forks, spoons, and knives) but there's only room for two and that's weird. You

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2018-04-17 06:14:45



What's the Difference Between a Slow Cooker and Pressure Cooker? — Word of Mouth  

Both slow cookers and pressure cookers are fantastic tools for convenient, hands-off cooking. These handy appliances do the heavy lifting when braising and stewing tough cuts of meat, cooking beans, and so many more things. While they can both produce similar results, these two appliances are actually quite different. If you've ever wondered about the differences, here's a quick guide. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 05:57:15



The Best Grocery Store Cheddar for Mac & Cheese — Tips from The Kitchn  

Trying to figure out the best cheddar cheese to buy from the grocery store begins with an agreement of what kind of mac and cheese you're after because, truth be told, there are a lot of different cheeses that will work in mac and cheese. But when you're after a pot of the classic stovetop stuff, blanketed with that signature velvety-smooth sauce — the one that seeps into all the nooks and crannies of the noodles — there's one type of cheese that's better than the rest. READ M...

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2018-04-17 05:54:29



The Best Parts of Brené Brown's Interview on Cooking — Pop Culture  

Several years ago, University of Houston research professor and New York Times bestselling author Brene Brown wrote out what she called an "ingredients for Joy and Meaning list," which allowed her to catalog the things that she was doing — or had done — at times when everything felt good in her life. One of those ingredients was cooking. Brown said it felt like cooking together was one of the indicators that her family was doing well. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 05:53:51



The Amazon Travel Mug with More than 6,000 5-Star Reviews Is Currently on Sale — Amazon Deal of the Day  

Perhaps it shouldn't be surprising that people on Amazon can get really enthusiastic about their travel mugs. (Specifically this travel mug from Contigo, which has more than 6,000 five-star reviews and counting.) For daily coffee drinkers, caffeine delivery is up there with shelter and food in our hierarchy of needs. So a coffee mug that elegantly solves so many of the pitfalls of lesser models is, of course, going to get rave reviews. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 05:47:27



The 7 Tips You Need for Making Any Slow Cooker Chicken Recipe Better — Tips from The Kitchn  

No matter what kind of slow cooker chicken dinner you have slotted in your meal plan, it's bound to be both easy and delicious. And to make it even better, here are seven tips I always rely on. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 05:41:29



Recipe: Easy Juicy Turkey-Veggie Meatloaf — Recipes from The Kitchn  

What would some of our favorite comfort food classics looks like if we asked a nutritionist to give them a makeover? In this series of recipes, you see how smart choices around vegetables, meats, and cheese make for a lighter, more nutritious take on everything from mac and cheese to meatloaf without ever compromising the flavor. When I was growing up, meatloaf was a staple recipe in our household. I specifically remember my dad and I being overjoyed to hear it was on the weeknight m

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2018-04-17 05:41:03



Chrissy Teigen Made a Huge Sesame Street Birthday Cake, and Luna Helped — Pop Culture  

When you're planning a birthday party for little kids, there has to be a cake. And there's a whole lot of parental peer pressure involved in the type of cake you choose. You could show how much you care by baking your own cake, or you could buy a cake, which will make all the kids squeal with delight and shout, "I want a frosting rose!" Which will it be? Well, supermodel and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen managed to do both this weekend when she and John Legend celebrated their

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2018-04-17 05:33:56



Why I Prefer to Grocery Shop When I'm Hungry — Shopping  

The wise homemakers of the world — like Martha and all those people who make their beds every day — will tell you to never shop for groceries when you're hungry. And frankly, the science supports them. Shopping while hungry is a sure-fire way to spend more money and end up with a cabinet full of Goldfish crackers and gummy candies. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 05:29:27



One of France's Living Legends Gets the Big-Screen Treatment in 'The Quest of Alain Ducasse'   

The new documentary will be released this June The Quest of Alain Ducasse, a new feature-length documentary from filmmaker Gilles de Maistre, looks at how one of France's most celebrated chefs runs his global restaurant empire. The 61-year-old chef currently operates 23 establishments — a mix of acclaimed fine-dining restaurants and more casual French bistros — on four continents. At one point not too long ago, Ducasse's restaurants held 21 Michelin stars, a feat that h...

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2018-04-17 05:12:06



The Easiest Way to Give a Rental Kitchen a New Look in 10 Minutes or Less — Rental Kitchens  

For most renters, all decorating efforts come to a screeching halt in the kitchen. Whether it's dated countertops, offensive wood finishes, or lighting that you're pretty sure was initially installed for a crime scene investigation, most kitchen eyesores require major permanent solutions — or so we thought. After touring this "Eclectically Chaotic" NYC Rental, we picked up a hot tip on how to temporarily transform your nightmare kitchen into the kitchen of your (PG Ryan Gosling)...

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2018-04-17 04:48:05



Nigella Lawson Shares Her Favorite Places to Buy Cookware — Pop Culture  

Most TV kitchens are gorgeous, but Nigella Lawson's might just stand out above the rest. It's not the biggest or the brightest, but it has great style. I adore her dark walls and gleaming copper surfaces. I even like how it sometimes seems cluttered with her massive collection of bottles, strainers, cast iron waffle makers, and other cooking paraphernalia. It looks like the kitchen of a person who loves to cook and can't help buying cooking gadgets, and I can relate. In short, Nige

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2018-04-17 04:46:45



10 Easy, Cheap Meals You Can Make with a Costco Rotisserie Chicken — Recipes from The Kitchn  

On your next trip to Costco, bring home a rotisserie chicken. It is the best $4.99 you will spend, and the secret to easy dinners that keep your food budget in check. In fact, you should bring home two chickens! That way you'll have one for eating as is, and one for repurposing into a new meal. With these 10 easy dinners, we'll show you how to lean on your pantry and freezer to make the most of this Costco staple. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 04:39:18



10 Delightfully Inspiring, Quotable Things Nigella Lawson Said This Weekend — Food Heroes  

You guys, I got to see the feminist cultural moment everyone is talking about this past weekend. I was there for it and it was fantastic. Okay, okay, no, I wasn't at Coachella; I did not see Bey slay the stage. I'm not talking about that moment, but about another, rather quieter, one. So let's say the second most important feminist event of the weekend: Nigella Lawson in conversation with Samin Nosrat at Cherry Bombe Jubilee on Saturday. And I learned three things: Nigel

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2018-04-17 04:24:47



Recipe: One-Pot BBQ Chicken Burrito Bowls — Lunch Recipes from The Kitchn  

As much as I love burritos and tacos, the thought of cooking and arranging all the elements separately — meat, rice, beans, and toppings — is sometimes more than I want to attempt on a busy weeknight. Not to mention the sheer number of dishes to tackle after the meal! These burrito bowls have tender spiced rice, beans, corn, and BBQ-flavored chicken, all cooked together in a Dutch oven on top of the stove in just about 30 minutes. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 04:20:48



Recipe: Ina Garten's Chocolate Banana Crumb Cake — Dessert Recipes from The Kitchn  

For our dinner party menu from Ina Garten's new book, Make It Ahead, we knew we needed a classic Ina dessert — something easy and relaxed, but totally showstopping. When we flipped to the page with this chocolate banana cake, we knew we'd found it. And when Faith talked to Ina, she also got an ingenious tip for not only making this cake ahead, but also making it even more moist a day later. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 04:16:08



Emily Henderson on the 8 Lessons She Learned During Her Own Kitchen Renovation — Before & After  

Emily Henderson rose to fame relatively recently through the TV show Design Star, but it's her infectious smile and approachable design style that have made her an interior design darling. Her super-popular blog is full of friendly, Pinterest-worthy ideas that capture her home, life, and projects. She did her first kitchen reno on the set of Design Star in 2010, and has since done a few small kitchen upgrades and two full kitchen renovations, most recently before moving into her n

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2018-04-17 04:10:58



3 Totally Unnecessary But Super Cute Finds for Taco Tuesday — Amazon Deal of the Day  

Let's be real: Tuesdays are rough. Mondays at least have the excitement of a new week, and by Wednesdays, the weekend is in sight again. Tuesdays are just the useless day in between. Which may explain why Taco Tuesday is such a hallowed tradition — something fun on the worst day of the week. Of course, the fact that it's a weekly excuse to eat tacos could explain a lot, too. While you don't need a lot to observe Taco Tuesdays (besides, of course, tacos), that doesn't mean you c...

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2018-04-17 03:57:27



What to Do with a Whole Chicken Besides Roast It — Tips from The Kitchn  

Anytime I pick up a whole chicken from the grocery store, my first instinct is always to roast it. It feels like the default, right? The thing is, there are a ton of other ways to prepare a whole chicken than roasting. Here are my favorites. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 03:57:09



7 Things Our Readers Do When Spring Cleaning — Spring Clean  

Spring cleaning is an annual ritual you almost can't help but partake in — even if you have no intention of doing it, all it takes is a friend talking about their big decluttering project to spark the clean-out bug and all of sudden you're filling a box with donation items! Because everyone has different priorities when it comes to cleaning, we polled you, our readers, to see what was on your spring cleaning list. Here are some of the most popular things our readers do when spri...

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2018-04-17 03:55:01



The Best Ways to Safely Get Your Kids Involved in Cleaning the Kitchen — Kids in the Kitchen  

We all want our kids to help out around the house, and the kitchen's a great spot to establish good habits, as your kids will see you washing up in there early and often. But between hazardous chemicals, sharp utensils, and fragile dinnerware, you need to be careful about getting your kids involved. We reached out to Nancy Bock, senior vice president of education and meetings at the American Cleaning Institute, for guidance on how to safely get the kids involved in cleaning the

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2018-04-17 03:24:35



7 Tips for Making a Restaurant-Quality Salad at Home — Salad Pro Tips  

Have you ever noticed that any time you order salad at a restaurant, it has a way of tasting a little more special than the ones you whip up at home? There's something about the crunch, the zip of the dressing, and the full flavor that permeates every bite. But when you recreate it at home, even with what you'd think are the same ingredients, it falls flat. That won't be the case for long. Chefs have a few tricks up their sleeves to make salads so good. Take a peek behind the k

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2018-04-17 03:19:13



5 Reasons You Should Always Buy a Rotisserie Chicken — Shopping  

Have you ever wondered why the readymade, warm-and-waiting-for-you rotisserie chicken at grocery stores is so cheap? At Whole Foods, for example, a rotisserie chicken costs $8.99 on a regular day and just $6.99 on Wednesdays. (By comparison, the store charges around $4-$5 per pound for whole, uncooked organic chickens.) Here's another fun fact: Costco alone sells something like 70 million a year — and they do so at a financial loss. So, what gives? An exh...

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2018-04-17 03:11:32



Day-Ruining Study Shows How Drinking May Shorten Your Life — Food News  

I hate to do this on what was a perfectly nice day, but researchers have published a sobering new study on the effects of alcohol on a person's life expectancy, and — spoiler alert — the amount of alcohol they deemed "safe" is not much at all. If this study had to ruin my day, it might as well ruin everyone else's too. READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 03:06:05



These Girls Turned Their Friend's Room into a Shrine to Guy Fieri, and It's Amazing — Pop Culture  

The tough thing about getting older is that one always looks back on one's youth and sees all the roads not taken. Why didn't I go on that foreign-study trip? Why didn't I apply for that internship? Why did I miss all of those opportunities to prank the heck out of my roommates? Well, three Binghamton University students will never have to worry about that last one, because they just pulled off one of the funniest roommate pranks the world has ever seen, and they got the whole thing

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2018-04-17 03:03:49



Mom Absolutely Destroyed Online for Letting Her Kid Eat a PB&J at Target — Food News  

A friend of mine says that, as a general rule, if she wants to feel like a good mom, she reads some of the questions people are asking on parenting forums. On the other hand, if she wants to hear that she's the worst mom this side of Greek tragedies and reality shows, she just needs to post a question of her own. That makes me think that she must be familiar with New York-area parenting site UrbanBaby. Last week, a busy mom typed two sentences about her daughter's PB&J on one o

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2018-04-17 02:53:09



Idaho Couple Got Married Between the Beer and Wine Aisles at Local Costco — Love in the Grocery Aisle  

It's a running joke that Costco's stuff is always good, from the copycat Nutella to the plastic wrap to the $7.99 bottles of Prosecco. If Costco made a Kirkland Signature car, I would buy it, and I am genuinely thinking about refinancing a mortgage through Costco. Now one couple has taken that even further and decided that if everything that comes out of Costco is good, then there'd be no better place to start their married life together. So they got married in a Costco, right betwe

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2018-04-17 02:15:56



This Kitchen Got a Gorgeous Makeover, Thanks to Just 2 Key Ingredients — Before & After  

If you haven't come across Mallory and Savannah from Classy Clutter yet, prepare to be inspired! These two have tackled just about every DIY project you can imagine on their blog, bringing their signature sense of color and play into everything they do. They're also Pinterest darlings whose makeovers are among the most-pinned images on there. They've updated dozens of spaces, so it's no wonder that Savannah's latest kitchen makeover is a stunner! The coolest thing about the

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2018-04-17 02:14:09



The One Tip That Will Make You More Confident When Cooking Risotto — Tips from The Kitchn  

Perhaps the trickiest thing about risotto is knowing when it's done. Like pasta, you want to cook the rice to al dente — it should be cooked through but still have just the slightest bite to it. How do you know when risotto is cooked to that stage? There are visual cues — the risotto should be creamy but not thick, rolling back after you run a spoon through the pan — and you can of course taste it, but the visual cues can be hard to read if you haven't made a lot of risotto b...

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2018-04-17 02:04:57



Watch the Beautiful, Uncomfortable Sushi Scene from Isle of Dogs — Pop Culture  

Sure, the dogs are cute and the story is heartwarming. But the real star of Isle of Dogs is a 45-second sushi scene towards the end of the movie, and it's time we talked about it. Wes Anderson's latest film is set in a futuristic city in Japan that outlaws dogs after a "dog flu" epidemic. A 12-year-old boy named Atari goes to Trash Island, where the dogs have been banished, in order to rescue his guard dog, Spots. Along the way he meets a band of former pets and th

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2018-04-17 02:01:01



13 Weeknight Casseroles Packed with Vegetables — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Casseroles are one of my favorite ways to load up on vegetables. They come in especially handy if you're dealing with picky eaters, who probably won't even notice you've packed in a few pounds of produce underneath that gooey layer of cheese! We love these 13 recipes for their crowd-pleasing potential and their wholesome qualities. Some are strictly vegetarian or even vegan, while others have some meat in the mix, but they all are easy and sure to be a hit at the dinner table. R

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2018-04-17 01:58:48



This One-Pan Lemon Chicken & Orzo Is a Weeknight Win — Delicious Links  

The combination of juicy chicken thighs and perfectly al dente orzo is a beautiful thing. Add fragrant Moroccan spices, bright lemon, briny olives, and fresh parsley to the equation, though, and you've got a truly delicious dinner. And as a bonus, this flavorful meal cooks up in one pan in about 35 minutes. Now that's what we call a weeknight win! READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 01:53:16



Does Drinking Warm Milk Really Help You Fall Asleep? — Make Over Your Sleepytime  

When you're tossing and turning in your bed, the idea that there's an easy, natural solution to help you fall asleep faster sounds very appealing. Could that quick fix be a glass of warm milk? READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 01:50:59



"Chef's Table: Pastry" Is a Slap in the Face — Food TV  

At this point, Netflix's Chef's Table's meticulous approach to cinematography and storytelling feels like a slap in the face. After four seasons (and a spin-off), why does this show continue to be so intensely detail-oriented about everything except diversity? READ MORE »

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2018-04-17 01:23:48



Here's How Long to Thaw Frozen Chicken — Tips from The Kitchn  

I am someone who wavers a lot about dinner. While I do meal plan for the week, I tend to keep those meals flexible to allow for my ever-shifting mood and schedule. So while I may have proclaimed Thursday to be chicken night, if for whatever reason Tuesday feels like a better night for it, I'll swap things around without sweating. But that means I may have to thaw said chicken sooner than I thought. How long does that actually take? It depends on the method. Luckily, whether there's p

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2018-04-17 01:03:10



Chili's Is Serving a 1,650-Calorie Burger Topped With Baby Back Ribs  

Plus, the story behind the great French Laundry wine heist, and more food news Casual sit-down chain Chili's does not believe in moderation. The company famous for its baby back ribs — or, at least, its baby back ribs jingle — is now putting said ribs on top of a cheeseburger. The "Boss Burger," as it is understatedly named, is also topped with lettuce, tomato, cheddar, ranch, barbecue sauce, jalapeño sausage, bacon, and brisket. The whole thing checks in at 1,650 ...

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2018-04-16 17:59:44



Coffee Companies Prepare to Battle California Cancer Warning Labels  

A judge issued a tentative ruling in March that coffee must carry a warning A fleet of major coffee brands is gearing up for a long haul fight against California's coffee warnings. The companies say that the trace amounts of acrylamide — a cancer-causing chemical — found in coffee do not warrant a label, according to the Wall Street Journal. In late March, Los Angeles Superior Court judge Elihu Berle issued a tentative ruling that, if upheld, would require companies tha...

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2018-04-16 17:02:50



Turns Out Guy Fieri Doesn't Love All the Dishes on 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives'  

The Platinum Prince has high standards for no-frills food After opening dozens of restaurants and filming countless hours of food TV, Guy Fieri has developed some very specific opinions about comfort food. And in a new interview with Billions creator/podcaster/filmmaker Brian Koppelman, the Food Network star explains that sometimes, while filming Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, he doesn't always love all the dishes that he has to eat on camera. "A close watcher of the show ...

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2018-04-16 16:50:06



The La Vara Team Is Opening a Seafood Restaurant in Brooklyn  



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2018-04-16 13:38:14



In Defense of the 'Boring' Restaurant Sundae  

From the Editor: I'll take all the sundaes Pete Wells doesn't want This post originally appeared on April 14, 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. Last week, a number of friends and colleagues sent me New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells's rant about the proliferation of ice cream sundaes (dramatically headlined: "The Ice Cream ...

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2018-04-16 13:22:36



At the Cherry Bombe Jubilee, #MeToo Commands the Forefront   

The best quotes from the New York City conference for women in food On Saturday, Cherry Bombe — the biannual magazine that focuses on women in the food world — held its annual New York City Jubilee. At the start of the day-long conference, organizers and Cherry Bombe co-founders Kerry Diamond and Claudia Wu announced a casual theme for the day: In the wake of the #MeToo movement, women finally have a voice — what should they do with that voice now? Panelists and speaker...

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2018-04-16 12:53:04



Watch: Smoking a Whole Lamb North Carolina-Style  

Prime Time stops by Arrogant Swine in Brooklyn for a whole-animal barbecue affair "Whole-animal as a barbecue genre is under-explored," says Tyson Ho, the pitmaster at Brooklyn barbecue restaurant Arrogant Swine. "It is the oldest style of cooking barbecue in this country, indigenous to North Carolina." Whole-hog is the barbecue style of choice for Ho at Arrogant Swine — which he notes is one of only 20 restaurants in the US doing whole-animal barbecue. Ho, a native...

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2018-04-16 12:19:52



Gabriel Rucker's Highly Anticipated Wine Bar Canard Opens in Portland Today   

The Le Pigeon neighbor is the chef's third restaurant When the news of chef Gabriel Rucker's third Portland restaurant broke in January, it quickly became one of the most anticipated restaurants of the year. And today, Canard, the wine bar from James Beard Award-winning chef Rucker and wine director Andy Fortgang, opens right next door to their foundational Portland French restaurant Le Pigeon. It's the first project from Rucker and Fortgang since the duo opened Little ...

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2018-04-16 12:14:37



Inside Chef Ollie Dabbous's Hotly Anticipated New London Restaurant  

Hide opens tomorrow in Mayfair

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2018-04-16 11:28:43



23 Easy Breakfast Recipes with Eggs — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Eggs are tiny miracle workers in the kitchen. They can be stored in the fridge for a long time and they are cheap, hard to mess up, and one of the most versatile ingredients you can use. Really, what's not to love? So let eggs be your go-to breakfast champion. From soft scrambled eggs to make-ahead breakfast sandwiches and egg casseroles, there's nothing eggs can't do to help you kickstart your morning routine. READ MORE »

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2018-04-15 09:18:23



13 Slow Cooker Recipes for a Stress-Free Breakfast — Recipes from The Kitchn  

I used to think the greatest thing about my slow cooker was the way it tackled dinner on super-busy weeknights, but then I learned that it does something even better: breakfast. With the same amount of ease and low effort, the slow cooker works through the night to deliver a warm breakfast when you wake up! Better yet, there's likely to be enough to last for the whole week ahead. Whether you reach for toast and jam, crunchy granola, or tender egg casseroles, these 13 reci

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2018-04-15 08:21:54



​Food Network Star Jeff Mauro on the Groceries He's Shopping for This Week — Shopping  

"I think it's really important to shop [while] hungry," the host of Sandwich King and The Kitchen says. "That way you are more likely to buy things you wouldn't normally buy. Maybe you'll be more adventurous, willing to explore different flavors and different foods. But also you're gonna look at that pork chop or that whole chicken like, 'Oh, that sounds so good, I'm starving!' And then you're going to make it if you have it in your fridge, right? You're not going to not waste that $9 ch

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2018-04-15 06:51:03



10 Easy Chicken and Rice Dinners — Recipe Roundup  

Chicken and rice, chicken and rice, there isn't a dinner that's quite as nice! These 10 chicken and rice dinners check off all the boxes: They're not too complicated to make, they're comforting, they're pretty wholesome, and of course the most important of all ... they're delicious. Because if you had a choice to eat a raw five-ingredient kale salad for dinner and this, you know you'd choose this. I mean, it's chicken and rice! READ MORE »

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2018-04-15 05:44:43



Microwave Croutons  

Microwave croutons might just be the kitchen hack you've been waiting for. Your salads will thank you.

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2018-04-15 05:34:20






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