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Baking

Hazelnut Butter Cookies
August 26, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Today we’re sharing one of our favorite cookie recipes. Not only do they melt in your mouth, but the cookie dough can be frozen and baked later for a fun, quick, and easy after-school activity with the kids.

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Baby

Cottage Cheese Delight
August 24, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Is your baby ready to take on cottage cheese? The answer depends on a few things.

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Entertaining

Savory Cheese Biscotti
August 20, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

If you’ve ever been to an Italian café, you’ve probably noticed this flavorful cookie on the menu. Once you taste one, they're hard to resist when you come across different flavors with each bite. In today’s recipe, we’ll be challenging your taste buds with a tasty savory treat.

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Family

Grilled Chicken & Kale Walnut Pesto Panini
August 18, 2015 • Posted by Sarah Bates From The Chef Next Door

Juicy, grilled chicken and fresh kale walnut pesto meet inside a soft ciabatta bun to create the most mouthwatering panini!

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Wedding

Wedding Juice Bar
August 14, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

There are many ways to add a special touch to a day time wedding. A juice bar is a great way to add some color, flavor and fun to your festivities.

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Family

Simply Salsa
August 12, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Salsa is a dip almost everyone loves. And there are so many ways to make a good salsa that there will always be one to fit your tastes.

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Pantry Basics

Homemade Cajun Spice Mix
August 10, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Many people are familiar with Cajun seasoning. You can buy it pre-made, but homemade is always better.

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Baby

Oodles of Noodles for Baby
August 6, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Pasta dishes are often the go-to meal for something quick, delicious and filling, and it’s hard not to want to share it with your baby. So can babies eat pasta? Yes they can, but at 8-10 months of age.

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Baking

All About Scones
August 4, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Learn more about the history of scones and how to make them at home.

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Entertaining

Mexican Street Corn Ice Cream
August 1, 2015 • Posted by Stefani Pollack

I discovered sweet corn ice cream years later at a trendy café. It evoked the pure joy of summer, like the feeling of running through a sprinkler on a hot day. Giving it the Mexican street corn treatment could only make it better. So that’s what I did.

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College

College Student’s Guide to Blenders
July 31, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

There’s not enough time in the day when you’re a college student. Cooking a full meal is nearly impossible and sometimes you’re not in the mood for takeout or dorm food. So what can you do to get your fill of nutrition in a tasty way? The secret: A quality blender.

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Wedding

Backyard BBQ Wedding
July 30, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Why not take advantage of the summer weather and host a backyard BBQ wedding reception?

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College

Microwaveable Meals for College Students
July 28, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

If you’re in college and living in a dorm, your cooking options are regrettably limited. After a certain point, you get sick of the dining hall food options and take-out starts adding up. There’s only so much you can do with the one microwave you’re allowed in your dorm---or is there?

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Family

A Spicy Twist on Cornbread
July 27, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

When searching for the perfect side, cornbread is always a great option. It’s a southern staple that everyone loves.

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Family

Chesapeake Crab Melt
July 23, 2015 • Posted by A Beautiful Bite

Continuing along on my quest to take advantage of local seafood, I have yet another seafood recipe to tantalize you with today.

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Entertaining

Frozen Rum Punch
July 21, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Summer isn’t complete without a good punch recipe to enjoy at the family cookout.

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Baking

Cheesecake – Summer Edition
July 17, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Cream cheese is one of our favorite ingredients because it works so well with so many different recipes.

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Family

Chilled Spicy Avocado Soup for Summer
July 15, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

We know soup is the last thing you want to hear about in the summer, but we assure you there’s more to soup than being a warm meal you can only enjoy during colder months.

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Baby

Vegetables for Baby: How to Sweeten the Deal
July 13, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

One of the best ways to help babies get used to the flavor of vegetables is with fruit.

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College

Beginner’s Guide to Cutlery
July 11, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

When it comes to cutlery, it seems like there’s an endless number of knives to choose from!

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Entertaining

Chèvre and Kalamata Tartlets
July 9, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Believe it or not, many people have never tried goat cheese before. Today, we will explore chèvre, which is simply a French cheese made of goat’s milk.

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Family

Grilled Pimento Cheese Sandwiches
July 7, 2015 • Posted by The Newlywed Chefs

Cuisinart is one of our favorite brands. Whenever we have friends registering for wedding gifts, when we’re giving gifts, or just shopping for the latest and greatest addition to our kitchen, Cuisinart is our go-to, because of the continual positive experiences we have with their well-made products

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Entertaining

4th of July French Fries
July 3, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

The 4th of July is the perfect time of year to show off your kabobs, hot dogs, and other classic cookout recipes.

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Family

Best Italian Chicken Meatballs
July 1, 2015 • Posted by Kimberly Killebrew at The Daring Gourmet

A great alternative to regular meatballs, these Italian Chicken Meatballs are deliciously seasoned and served with a very simple but dazzlingly vibrant and flavorful tomato sauce.

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Baking

Summer-Style Sugar Cookies
June 29, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Sugar cookies are perfect for any time of year, any special occasion and any holiday. It’s very rare that you find a person who doesn’t enjoy a good old fashioned sugar cookie.

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College

Cookware 101: Essentials for Your First Kitchen
June 26, 2015 • Posted by Christina Fong

Congratulations, graduate! Now that you’re done with classes, finals, and thesis papers, you can focus on more important things as an adult (sort of) like acquiring and perfecting life skills you can actually apply in your day-to-day life like cooking.

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Baby

Zucchini for Baby
June 25, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

It’s summer time so summer squash is widely available. Have you stocked up on these great vegetables but you’re not sure how to add them to your baby’s diet?

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Family

Grilled Crab and Avocado Quesadillas with Pineapple Cilantro Salsa
June 23, 2015 • Posted by Karista's Kitchen

One of our favorite weekend dinners is quesadillas. Sometimes I set out an assortment of fresh ingredients on the counter along with all the usual condiments so each of my family members can create their favorite quesadilla. This time however it was fresh crab from the coast and ripe avocados along with several different kinds of cheese, cilantro, lime wedges and my Pineapple Cilantro Salsa.

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Family

Homemade Doggy Treats
June 19, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

There’s nothing quite like having a loving dog in your family. As family members, they should be treated as such, right?

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Family

Fresh off the Grill-Dessert Edition
June 17, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

It’s finally time to whip out the grill for delicious summer meals. When we first think of things to grill up, classic cookout foods come to mind: steak, hotdogs, burgers, etc.

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Wedding

5 Cool Wedding Appetizers for Summer
June 15, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

When it comes to a summer wedding menu, you have to keep in mind that your guests want to be refreshed.

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Pantry Basics

4 Reasons Why Bell Peppers Deserve More Love
June 11, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Seems like when we talk about veggies these days the conversation revolves around leafy greens.

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Baby

Chicken and Barley Dinner
June 9, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Let your baby join in family dinner night with a healthy and age-appropriate twist on Chicken and Barley soup.

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Pantry Basics

10 Unusual Uses for Your Toaster Oven
June 5, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

If you ask someone what the powerhouse of the kitchen is, chances are they won’t say toaster oven, but they’d be mistaken! The toaster oven is an underestimated kitchen appliance that packs a powerful punch with a small countertop footprint.

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Entertaining

Chicken Satay with Peanut Dipping Sauce
June 3, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Looking for the perfect party appetizer? Chicken satay is a wonderful choice that’s easy to hold in one hand and can be made ahead of time.

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Baking

How to Finish a Cake with Fondant
June 2, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

With just a little patience, achieving a professional look to your cakes with fondant is easy!

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Family

Apple Chicken Panini
June 1, 2015 • Posted by Courtney at The Newlyweds Cookbook

Panini sandwiches always make for the best lunches! Especially when they're packed full of fresh, delicious flavors like this Apple Chicken Panini.

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Wedding

Oysters Rockefeller
May 29, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Created in New Orleans, Oysters Rockefeller are a combination of comfort and decadence in one delicious bite.

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Family

DIY Ice Cream Parlor
May 27, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Now that Memorial Day has passed and summer has begun, it’s time to break out the favorite desserts to cool you down on a hot day.

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Pantry Basics

Peanut Butter Ice Cream
May 25, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Ice cream is generally made in two styles: French style, which uses a custard as its starting point, and Philadelphia style, which combines cream and milk to create a delicious frozen treat.

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Entertaining

5 Tips for Tablescapes On a Budget
May 21, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Any time you have an event with a meal, you have an opportunity to produce a beautiful tablescape! They are a great way to set the tone of and add personality to your events.

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Baby

Peaches with Bananas and Rice
May 19, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Healthy eating habits begin with the first spoonful of food you put into your baby's mouth so make sure the first spoonfuls are tasty and nutritious!

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Baking

Vegan Alternatives to Eggs
May 15, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Whether you’re vegan, or looking for a quick alternative in the kitchen, these days there are a number of great substitutes for eggs!

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Family

Classic Roast Chicken
May 13, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Who doesn’t love roast chicken? As the world’s favorite meat, chicken is an easy and versatile ingredient that can be adapted to suit almost any taste.

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Wedding

Create the Perfect Picnic Setting for Your Wedding
May 11, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Picnic themes are ideal for an elegant wedding that you don’t want to look stuffy or cost a fortune. The rustic charm of a picnic keeps the day relaxed and is a great way to let your hair down and celebrate.

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Pantry Basics

Protect Your Cookware from Chipping
May 7, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Chipped cookware can happen but by following a few simple tips, you can help avoid chipping or peeling cookware and protect your pans for decades.

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Entertaining

Frozen Margaritas for Cinco de Mayo
May 5, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Now that spring is here, it’s time to start thinking about the perfect cocktail for easy entertaining on Cinco de Mayo. What’s better than a classic frozen margarita with a citrus twist?

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Baking

What is the Difference Between Baking Powder and Baking Soda?
May 1, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Both baking powder and baking soda are odorless white powders commonly used in baking to make sure your baked treats rise properly. But what’s the difference between them?

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Baby

Sweet Potato Puree
April 29, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Sweet potatoes are an amazing vegetable jam-packed with vitamins, nutrients, and minerals!

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Family

Choosing Bakeware For Your Family Kitchen
April 27, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Choosing the right bakeware to buy can be confusing. There are so many types of pan to choose from. We're here to help!

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Family

Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Paninis
April 24, 2015 • Posted by Marla Meridith at Family Fresh Cooking

Calling all chocolate and peanut butter lovers! If you love banana too, then this is a triple-win recipe. Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Paninis are sure to satisfy the pickiest of eaters.

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Wedding

Mexican Wedding Cookies
April 23, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Mexican Wedding Cookies (also known as Cakes) are a delicious nutty snack that many Americans enjoy in the winter months. Of course, these buttery cookies make for a delicious treat at any time of year.

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Pantry Basics

5 Simple Rules to Stop Your Knives Cracking
April 21, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Follow these 5 easy-to-follow tips and you’ll never have to deal with warped or blunted blades again.

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Pantry Basics

Better Baking With Grated Butter
April 15, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Like most people, I always keep spare butter in the freezer. Whenever I need it for a recipe, I pull out a stick. However, what to do when you forget to take it out for a day of baking but are in a rush. Don’t panic! All you need is a grater!

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Baby

Honey Carrots for Baby
April 13, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Give your baby a wholesome dish packed with antioxidants and vitamins with these vibrant honey carrots.

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Wedding

Cool Color Combinations for Your Spring Wedding
April 9, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

With spring well underway, the frozen whites and winter blues are being swapped out for soft pastels and brighter colors at weddings across the country. Make the most of the rich array of colors and tones that suit any skin tone during this time, drawing upon the beauty of spring for inspiration.

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Family

Stuffed Pork Loin with the Combo Steam + Convection Oven
April 8, 2015 • Posted by Sara Croft from Solid Gold Eats

Our pork loin was stuffed with spinach and a creamy fromage cheese from Tulip Tree Creamery in Indianapolis, a simple stuffing that adds color and texture to the juicy pork loin.

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Baking

Pear and Cherry Coffeecake
April 7, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Try our fresh twist on the classic coffeecake with juicy pears and tangy cherries.

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Pantry Basics

How to Prevent Your Cookware from Warping
April 3, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Follow these temperature tips to prevent warping cookware.

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Entertaining

Saucy, Spicy Buffalo Wings
April 1, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

The best part about these wings? They’re baked instead of fried!

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Baby

How to Clean a Baby Bottle Safely
March 30, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Now you have a baby bottle, how do you clean it?

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Wedding

Wedding Cocktail Hour
March 26, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

The cocktail hour after the wedding ceremony gives everyone a chance to mingle before the dinner. Think of it as a ramped up happy hour, full of signature cocktails, and delicious food.

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Pantry Basics

How to Care for Your Nonstick Bakeware
March 24, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Follow our guide to extend the life of your cookware and experience perfect baking, every time.

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Family

Goat Cheese Ravioli
March 20, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

It’s hard to go wrong with ravioli because it can made with a variety of delectable fillings. The classic Italian dish dates back to at least the 14th century and it is loved all over the world.

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Pantry Basics

Caring for Your Coffeemaker
March 18, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

If your coffee tastes dull, chances are it’s time to give your coffeemaker some attention. Keep your coffeemaker in peak condition and enjoy a fresh cup o’ joe every time by cleaning it regularly.

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Entertaining

Artichoke and Spinach Dip
March 16, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Nearly every casual restaurant in America has its own spin on the classic Artichoke and Spinach dip, but you can make your own with this easy recipe

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Wedding

Cutting the Wedding Cake
March 12, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Our guide to cutting your wedding cake.

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Entertaining

Homemade Ranch Dressing
March 10, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Celebrate any occasion with the all-American flavors of homemade ranch dressing.

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Family

Ideas for Cooking With Kids
March 6, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Want to build and share a life-long love of cookery with your kids? Some children may be able to handle more advanced techniques, and others may just be waiting their turn to take up the art of cooking! Here's a useful guide to the sorts of kitchen skills they can safely learn at different ages.

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Family

Slow Cooker (or stovetop) Lemon Chicken Orzo Soup
March 4, 2015 • Posted by Kimberly Killebrew at The Daring Gourmet

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Pantry Basics

Blender vs Food Processor
March 2, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

What exactly are the differences between a blender and a food processor?

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Baby

Baby Banana Pudding
February 26, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

A quick breakfast for baby that’s so good you’ll want to eat it too!

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Entertaining

Roasted Garlic Hummus
February 24, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

The next time you’re hosting family or friends, instead of reaching for the salsa, try pairing your tortilla chips with homemade roasted garlic hummus made from blended chickpeas.

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Baking

A Better Blueberry Muffin
February 20, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Follow these tips to help make a better blueberry muffin!

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Wedding

The Wedding Registry
February 18, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Whether you are settling into your old home or moving into a new home together, the wedding registry is your chance to redesign your life.

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Pantry Basics

A Sweeter Spread: Almond Butter
February 16, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

To celebrate National Almond day, we have been whipping up some delicious almond butter in the kitchen.

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Baking

Paleo Brownies for Valentine's Day
February 12, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Has your partner gone paleo? Think that Valentine’s Day won’t be the same without your favorite sweet treats? Think again.

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Family

PB&J Ice Cream
February 10, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

If you’re looking for a new twist on a classic American staple, you have to try this tasty treat - PB&J Ice Cream.

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Pantry Basics

Celebrate National Chopsticks Day
February 6, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Did you know that it is National Chopsticks Day?

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Family

Creamy Kale Soup
February 4, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Warm up your family this winter with a spoonful of creamy kale soup!

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Baking

Small-Batch Chocolate Cupcakes
February 2, 2015 • Posted by Jean at Delightful Repast

There are times when you just need a small batch of sweet treats for a few people.

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Entertaining

Perfect Super Bowl Nachos
January 29, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Super Bowl Sunday is almost here! And super bowl means one thing - delicious snacks.

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Pantry Basics

Chocolate Basics
January 27, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Most people love chocolate, but baking with it may be difficult. Learn the basics!

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Wedding

Easy as Pie
January 23, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

When you’re looking for a wedding dessert, never underestimate the power of a delicious homemade pie.

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Baking

Granola Bars
January 21, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

The classic granola bar can be transformed from a store-bought sugar rush into a nutritious treat when made at home.

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Family

Curry Popcorn
January 19, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

It’s winter and it’s also National Popcorn Day, so why not combine both into a fun evening at home with your family?

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Baking

Twice Baked Potatoes
January 15, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Baking doesn’t always have to mean cookies, cakes, and other sweet treats. Try this delicious savory dish as a side, or add a side salad and make it the star of your dinner.

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Pantry Basics

Guide to Gluten Free Flour
January 13, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

As you probably know, the most common flours are off limits for those on a gluten-free diet. This includes flours made from wheat, barley, and rye. Luckily, gluten-free flours are becoming more widely available and made from a delicious range of grains, legumes, nuts and seeds.

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Wedding

Wedding Tea Bar
January 9, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Make your wedding reception stand out with this memorable tea bar idea. The aim is to create a beautiful display with an array of teas that guests can choose from to create their own special blends.

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Baking

Tempura 101
January 7, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

If you’re looking for a versatile dinner for your family, tempura is a winning option. Tempura, meaning both the technique and finished product, is a crisp and fresh Japanese dish of seafood and vegetables.

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Family

Strawberry Shortcake Waffles
January 5, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Today is National Whipped Cream Day, a celebration of one of our favorite toppings. Whipped cream has a way of making everything it’s paired with a little bit better.

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Pantry Basics

Buffalo Sauce and Blue Cheese Dressing
December 30, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

2015 is right around the corner. What better way to start the New Year than to impress your friends and family with some homemade party foods?

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Baking

Santa’s Favorite Chocolate Peppermint Cookies
December 25, 2014 • Posted by Thomas White

These cool Christmas cookies are a fudgy treat that look as good as they taste! Perfect for a last minute gift, these versatile cookies are also great to have on hand and serve when unexpected guests drop by with good cheer and gifts this holiday season. They’re also a great way to use up leftover candy canes!

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Family

Christmas Pork Roast
December 23, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

The holidays are a chance to really show off your cooking skills and impress your family with special entrees. On Thanksgiving we all look forward to the turkey, but for Christmas we can explore other meats to be the center of attention at the dinner table.

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Family

Cinnamon Apple Sauce
December 18, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

Apple sauce is a staple food for babies, but you want to eventually start introducing your new child to different tastes and spices. Cinnamon is a great added flavor to start with!

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Entertaining

Traditional Hanukkah Desserts
December 16, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, is a Jewish holiday that lasts eight days and nights. This holiday is celebrated by lighting the candles of a Menorah every night, playing dreidel, and eating oil based foods.

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Wedding

Winter Wedding Menu Guide
December 12, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

Winter is a beautiful time of year. From the first snowfall being nothing short of picturesque to the holiday season, there are many things to rejoice over – and a winter wedding should be one! If you need a little help transforming your special day into a winter wonderland, we are here to help! This guide gives you themed menu items, as well as a few favor ideas to make sure your guests leave with the right impression.

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Baking

Holiday Biscotti
December 10, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

With the holiday season well underway, holiday parties are quickly approaching. There are certain to be all sorts of cookies at the gatherings, but in our opinion, no party would be complete without this irresistible Italian treat – a holiday biscotti.

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Pantry Basics

DIY Ranch Seasoning Mix
December 8, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

For all you ranch lovers out there, did you know it is very easy to make your own delicious ranch seasoning mix? You will no longer need to pick up those processed packets at the store!

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Family

Slow Cooker Vietnamese Pho
December 4, 2014 • Posted by Sara Croft from Solid Gold Eats

Have you ever warmed your face over a steamy bowl of Vietnamese pho? Sure, the word itself does not roll off the American tongue easily, but once you take your first slurp, you will continue to crave it like your grandma’s chicken noodle soup.

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