Just because you're not drinking alcohol (or soda, or milky coffee drinks, or artificially sweetened juices) on Whole30 does not mean you are doomed to a monotonous month of tap water and weak, unsweetened tea.
(Image credit: Samantha King) I used to think I was good at adulting when I'd empty a bag of chips into a napkin-lined basket for a party.
(Image credit: Uncommon Goods) Newborn babies are often described in edible terms — sweet, squishy, and even delicious are common terms of endearment — but now, thanks to Katharine Harlan Owens, you can actually dress your baby like the delicious food they resemble.
Lemon is one of our favorite flavors here at Kitchn. We love how it can be sweet or savory; how you can drink it or salt it or make it it into a curd.
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It's an existential question for the snacking age: Is a chip still a chip if it doesn't have ridges? Technically, of course, it is.
(Image credit: No. 2 Pencil) There are few things our readers love more than a good slow-cooker recipe.
There's a reason why some foods are childhood favorites: They're delicious, if somewhat lacking in sophistication (and nutrition).
(Image credit: @cookiedonyc) If your dream involves a giant bucket of cookie dough and a spoon, Dō, opening this week in New York City, is about to make your fantasy a reality.
If you're one of those people with an immaculate desk (your paperclips match your pushpins and your stapler provides that just-right pop of color), you can't exactly add a paper coffee cup into the mix.
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Hearty and vegan? Is it possible? Yes, of course! We pulled recipes from a few vegan cookbooks hitting the market this year and asked one of our food photographers and stylists, Maria Siriano, who happens to be vegan, for her thoughts on the recipes.
(Image credit: Hummingbird High) There are usually two camps people fall in when it comes to their preferred dessert: team cake or team pie.
For 30 days this month we're exploring Whole30, the 30-day reset and refocus on whole foods. Whole30 isn't a diet or a judgment of foods as "good and bad." It's actually a short-term reset that has helped many of our readers cook more and figure out the foods that make them feel their best.
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Here's a fast and easy way to give your bowl of instant mac and cheese a pop of color while also bringing some veggies to the table.
(Image credit: Gina Eykemans) For 30 days this month we're exploring Whole30, the 30-day reset and refocus on whole foods.
(Image credit: Emma Christensen) Open Slideshow Vietnamese beef noodle pho is an easy soup to fall in love with.
We love our yogurt in the morning with granola or fruit or both; we love to plop it into our smoothies or swirl it into hot cereal.