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A Week of Healthy, Make-Ahead Meals from Joy Manning — Meal Plans from The Kitchn

When I get into healthy eating and weight-loss mode, I tend to rely heavily on routines and repetition to keep myself on track.

What to Read This Weekend — Food News: January 26 - February 1

Did You Know That Harvard University Is One of California's Biggest Grape Growers?

What's Cooking This Weekend, Eva Katz? — Weekend of January 31-February 1, 2015

This week we peeked into the Boston kitchen of Eva Katz — writer, food editor, and recipe developer extraordinaire.

How Do I Cook with Coconut Oil? — Good Questions

Q: What are some suggestions for cooking with coconut oil? I'm a big olive oil user and would like to try some new recipes.

10 Easy Cocktails for a Crowd — Drinks from The Kitchn

Planning a party this weekend? Whether you're watching the Super Bowl or hosting a brunch devoted to warming up with friends and warding off winter blues, a cocktail is always welcome.

14 Ways Coconut Oil Can Be Used Around the Home — Apartment Therapy

Of course cooking with coconut oil is great, but there are so many other ways you use it around the house — just think of it as an all-purpose product!

A Subtly Sophisticated Rental Kitchen with a Personal Touch — Kitchen Spotlight

We love the wicker pendant and big piece of art! Like many rental kitchens, Bronwyn's Nob Hill, San Francisco kitchen has older appliances, Formica countertops, a stainless steel drop-in sink, and basic contractor-grade cabinets.

Now Is the Time to Be Eating Parsnips — Ingredient Intelligence

By looking at them it can be easy to mistake parsnips for white carrots. Sure, they're related, but parsnips do a wonderful job of shining on their own.

27 Food Infographics We Love — Good Food Reads

This isn't hard-hitting food news, but we can't pass up the chance to share a roundup of cooking infographics.

Take Your Baking Obsession One Step Further with This Cookbook — New Cookbook First Look

The book: The Little French Bakery Cookbook by Susan M. Holding The angle: Stories and recipes from a former hobby baker who quit her job, headed to the Cordon Bleu in Paris, and then opened a bakery in Wisconsin.

Recipe: Chicken Lentil Soup — Dinner Recipes from The Kitchn

For me, especially when I'm focusing on my health or losing weight, there is nothing more comforting than having many containers of this nourishing, delicious, filling lentil soup with chicken stashed away in the freezer.

10 Things to Make While Everyone Else Is Watching the Super Bowl — Super Bowl 2015

How To Make Homemade Fresh Mozzarella Open Slideshow Let's skip the part where you pretend like you're excited to watch the Super Bowl and focus on the opportunity that the game actually presents.

Recipe: Vegan Cashew Cheese Sauce — Snack Recipes from The Kitchn

This is my favorite spread for making veggie nori rolls, but I also love it as dip for raw vgetables, a sandwich spread, or even a salad dressing, thinned with a little water.

Why I Always Buy an Extra Avocado for Guacamole — Tips from The Kitchn

It's hard to imagine a Super Bowl party without a big heaping bowl of guacamole on the table. Whether served just straight up with chips or used as a topping for nachos or even burgers, guacamole just feels like the right thing to serve, plus I love the fact that it's full of good-for-you fats.

Recipe: Veggie Nori Rolls — Lunch Recipes from The Kitchn

There’s no other lunch in my weight-loss arsenal that serves me better than these rolls. They happen to be both raw and vegan, but that isn’t why I love them.

20 Food-Themed Valentines for Your Sweetheart — Market Roundup

You cook to show your love, so it makes sense that your valentine should get a food-themed card along with a deliciously cooked meal.

Why We Shouldn't Blame Potatoes for French Fries and Junk Food — Food News

Potatoes aren't inherently bad or nutritionally void or even all that boring — potatoes are just, well ...

When Two Foods Love Each Other Very, Very Much, You Get Chili Mac and Cheese — Delicious Links

Franken-desserts might be too cool for school right now, but I've got my eye on a new kind of mash-up.

Can I Fix a Crack in My Romertopf Clay Baker? — Good Questions

Q: I have a Romertopf 1 1/2-quart clay baker and I have just noticed that there is a very faint crack in the lower (baking) part.

Why Eva Katz Thinks You Should Ditch Your Slow Cooker and Buy a Pressure Cooker Instead — Kitchen Tour

Who: Eva Katz of Cook's Country and My Front Burner Where: Jamaica Plain in Boston, Massachusetts See her kitchen: Cook's Country Editor Eva Katz's Homey, Hardworking Kitchen When I visited Eva's kitchen a few weeks ago, she was just about to make a batch of brown rice.