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For many of us, the New Year is well under way. By this point, we've already made and broken many of our healthful resolutions!
I did not grow up eating pot roast, a fact much lamented by my husband who puts pot roast on his long list of favorite foods from his childhood.
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When the Instant Pot went on sale for Amazon Prime Day last year, I barely thought about adding it to my cart.
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If you like to dabble in the world of DIY baked goods, you know the hobby comes with a lot of random tools.
Navigating the grocery store was a shock when I went to college. I grew up with my mom buying everything for the household, and suddenly I was alone and struggling to make breakfast, lunch, and dinner a reality.
Open Slideshow Filling out two slices of sandwich bread is just the start of what a can of tuna has the ability to do.
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The more connected we become, the harder it is to find space for consistent cooking. Everyday life means being constantly connected to tons of things and people simultaneously through texts, emails, Tweets, and Facebook and Instagram posts.
Open Cooking Lesson I fell in love with the idea of chai through the cartons of this drink mix from the grocery store.
You know the drill. It's 5:45 p.m. and you've had a long day at work. You stop at the grocery store to pick up some essentials (yes, ice cream on a Monday is essential) and hope you can make it home before your hangriness takes over.
You probably (hopefully!) don't buy new kitchen appliances all that often, so when it's actually time to take the plunge — on an appliance of any size — it can be overwhelming.
Chicken-nugget aficionados and chicken-finger enthusiasts be warned — nearly one million pounds of chicken from an Oklahoma-based manufacturer may be contaminated with "extraneous materials." What kind, you ask?
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