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  • Asian Tacos

    Asian Tacos

    When it comes to tacos, we’ll take them just about any way we can get them. Whether it’s with a little bit of onion and cilantro, some avocado, salsa or cheese if we’re feeling frisky, Mexican tacos have a way of just being always delicious. That’s the reason we couldn’t resist a little cultural fusion with this recipe. Slow-cooked pork made with ginger, garlic, cilantro and soy sauce makes for a melt-in-your-mouth experience. Top that with a crunchy cabbage, cucumber […]

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  • How To Make The Ultimate Hot Fudge Sundae

    Pistachio ice-cream on wooden background

    The perfect hot fudge sundae isn’t as easy as throwing a couple of ingredients in a bowl and calling it a day. No, it’s a science, and one that we take very seriously. You can’t just throw any flavors of ice cream together or skip on the much needed crunch. It takes the perfect balance of warm fudge, cold ice cream, crispy peanuts, fluffy whipped cream and, of course, a sweet cherry. See what else we recommend for your hot fudge […]

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  • Making Fantastic French Toast

    Add interesting toppings to make your French toast stand out.

    Consider these tips and soon you’ll be ready to bring a little excitement to French toast.

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  • Step Up Your Grilled Cheese

    Some added touches will breathe new life into your grilled cheese.

    Try out these ideas to add some excitement to your next grilled cheese sandwich.

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  • 5 Ways To Improve Your Knife Skills

    Learning knife skills will make you a better and safer cook.

    If you set out to learn basic cooking, it’s essential to develop your abilities at using a knife.

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  • 5 Tips For Freezing Food

    Knowing the proper way to freeze your food can be a huge help.

    Here are a few tips on storing food in the freezer, so it’s fresh and flavorful when you want it.

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  • Preparing Hot Chocolate Mix At Home

    Make hot cocoa mix at home to have a comforting drink at the ready.

    It’s easier than you might think to create your own hot cocoa mix. 

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  • Easy Superbowl Party Bites

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    Who wants the hassle of complicated recipes when you could be watching the Puppy Bowl? Not us. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of our favorite easy apps that are all you need for your get together. From chip dips to wings, these dishes can be whipped up in record time so you can spend more time cheering on your Superbowl pick. Easy Game-Day Wings Football and hot wings go together like Dan Marino and Isotoners. This simply recipe lets you […]

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  • 5 Tips For Making Your Own Almond Milk

    Almond milk is delicious and easy to make at home.

    Follow these tips to ensure your almond milk comes out tasting great as an ingredient in your recipes, poured over breakfast cereal or straight from the glass.

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  • Macaroni Balls

    Macaroni Balls

    In the culinary world, you can sum up throwing away perfectly good leftover macaroni & cheese to blasphemy. Letting all that cheesy goodness go to waste is just a crying shame. Unlike other types of leftovers, macaroni & cheese is one of those rare recipes where it’s kind of hard to repurpose. That is, until now. These macaroni balls are the perfect way to make sure your leftover mac & cheese doesn’t wither away in a trash can. By packing […]

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  • Mastering Meatballs

    With a few tips, you can make meatballs that are great in pasta or on their own.

    Learn more about meatballs and discover simple tips to make every batch fantastic.

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  • How To Make Onion Jam

    How To Make Onion Jam

    If you’re looking for a great homemade condiment to have on hand for afternoon snacking and party appetizers, look no further than this onion jam. Simply made by using onions, butter, red wine, honey and red wine vinegar, this concoction is slow-cooked until it’s a sweet and tangy spread that goes great with cheese, crackers and crostinis. Store it in the fridge for up to one week for tons of reasons to get creative with your dishes.

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