• This Summer Corn Salad Is an Absolute Crowd-P...

    Simple summer corn salad

    About midway through July, the supermarkets are overflowing with this one very special veggie: corn. You can’t beat the fact that at its peak time, you can get about 10 ears for $1. What makes it even better is that it’s so versatile, you can do just about anything with it. Custards and ice creams, salsas, and corn on the cob, we incorporate it into as much as we can in the summer, which is why this summer corn salad […]

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  • How Do You Fondue?

    Fondue is an easy and fun way to bring people together.

    Serving cheese fondue ensures a fun evening, full of delicious and comforting flavors.

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  • 3 Ways To Class Up Your Holiday Appetizers Wi...

    Pieces of toast and pate make for a great appetizer.

    Here are a few simple recipes for pate that will impress your guests and have them returning for a second plate.

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  • Make Cocktails Better With Your Own Bitters

    Make Cocktails Better With Your Own Bitters

    Here are a few tips for making your first batch of bitters and changing the way you enjoy an evening drink.

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  • Naturally Sweet Summer Treat? Enter the Heirl...

    Naturally Sweet Summer Treat? Enter the Heirloom Tomato Tart.

    For some, the end of summer signifies the return of cold, dreary weather right around the corner. For others, it means reaping the benefits of all the hard work you put into your summer garden. Alas, the end of this season is when all your veggies are ripe enough to pick before the cold sets in. This especially goes for heirloom tomatoes, one of our favorite summer fruits. With an array of colors like yellow, orange purple and red, adding […]

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  • How To Make Mouth-Watering Jerk Chicken

    Jamaican jerk chicken should balance flavor with spice.

    With the right ingredients and a bit of patience, you can capture the bold taste that makes jerk chicken such a beloved dish.

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  • Skip The Brunch Line, Try Eggs Benedict

    By learning the secrets of eggs Benedict, you can cook a truly impressive breakfast at home.

    By bringing together a few simple recipes, you dig into eggs Benedict without standing in line.

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  • Green Machine: The Ultimate Breakfast Smoothi...

    Green Machine: The Ultimate Breakfast Smoothie Bowl

      What can we say? Sometimes we need something a little more substantial than a protein shake for breakfast. And although smoothie bowls can very easily have the same ingredients as said healthy breakfast shakes—a couple of toppings and a slightly thicker consistency and it’s a total game-changer. That’s why we love our recipe for smoothie bowl success. An array of frozen fruits, a handful of greens, and some almond milk get tossed into a food processor or blender and […]

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  • 5 Foods You Think Are Healthy But Aren't

    5 Foods You Think Are Healthy But Aren’t

    We’ve all been there, and we’ve all definitely done that. How many burrito bowls did it take before you realized that, maybe, just maybe, this might be doing your waistline more of a disservice than you previously thought? With so many menu options, diet fads, and buzzwords out there, it’s easy to fall into the “health food” trap. But sometimes these lofty ideas can even lead to misunderstandings regarding what’s good for you and what isn’t. That’s why we’ve assembled […]

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  • Behold The Beauty of Bolognese

    Behold The Beauty of Bolognese

    Here are a few tips for making bolognese that’s sure to take your noodles to the next level

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  • 4 Steps To Spectacular Chicken Piccata

    Chicken piccata is an easy and delicious dinner.

    Chicken piccata is one of those classic, simple recipes that’s perfect for dinnertime any night of the week.

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  • Pig Out On Char Siu Pork With These Tips

    Char siu pork is a traditional dish that's easy to make.

    Char siu is a traditional Cantonese method of preparing barbecued pork.

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