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Steal These 15 Breakfast Ideas from Around the World


We often save our culinary explorations for lunch or dinner. But breakfast should get a break too from our ordinary, domestic treatment.

Slow Cookers for Beginners


Welcome to the age of the crock pot. Browse the kitchen appliance aisle at Target or any other bustling general outfitter, and there they are: A line of slow cookers from basic to tricked out, as if every modern kitchen needed to have one, the way we all need microwaves and coffee makers.

How to Throw a Healthy Super Bowl Bash


Every year on the first Sunday in February, Americans gather in front of their televisions to watch football and chow down on snacks that are mostly deep-fried and pair well with ranch dressing.

10 Good Luck Foods, Plus 6 Recipes for Chinese New Year


Worldwide, people eat "lucky" food for the New Year. On January 1, U.S. Southerners boil black-eyed peas and collard greens; and for the Chinese New Year, which falls on Feb.

How to Throw a Healthy Super Bowl Bash


Every year on the first Sunday in February, Americans gather in front of their televisions to watch football and chow down on snacks that are mostly deep-fried and pair well with ranch dressing.

The Basics: How to Make Chocolate Mousse


It’s not often that you run across a homemade dessert that can be made easily and on a whim. Most recipes will have you waiting for the oven to preheat and tracking down that cake pan you haven’t used in ages.

13 Recipes That Make the Most of Your Muffin Tin


  Chowhound   Who says you have to stick to baking regular old muffins in your muffin tin? We say leap over that line of ho-hum baking and walk on the wild side.

The Beginner’s Guide to French Food


America has a long history of elevating French food to the status of the rare, the fancy, and the untouchable by ordinary home cooks.

Super Bowl Party Playbook


There’s one team that everyone roots for, whether your eyes are glued to the game or you’re more focused on those fantastic commercials, and that’s Team Food.

5 Things Julia Child Taught Us About Valentine’s Day


Julia Child had a thing for Valentine’s Day. In the 1950s in Paris, America’s greatest-ever French cookbook author would spend nearly as much time with her husband, Paul, crafting original Valentines, as she would perfecting a soufflé recipe.

Why You Should Definitely Cook Bacon in the Oven


There’s something nice and nostalgic about bacon sizzling in an iron pan on the stovetop, isn’t there?

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There’s something nice and nostalgic about bacon sizzling in an iron pan on the stovetop, isn’t there?

25 Meat-Tastic Ways to Celebrate Super Bowl 2016


I can’t really explain it, but whenever I sit down to watch football, I get a sudden craving for foods loaded with meat.

The Beginner’s Guide to Tacos


[caption id="attachment_174842" align="alignleft" width="620" caption="John Birdsall"][/caption] A deep dive into one of the world's essential dishes.

The Basics: How to Make French Toast


Weekend mornings were made for French toast. Okay, and for staying-at-home, playing-hooky-from-work weekdays too.

Looking Beyond Kentucky: 8 Craft Bourbons to Try This Winter


Winter is here, that perfect time of year when sitting around a nice fire can take the chill out of the night air.

How to Prepare a Winter Squash


Your huge, heavy winter squash lands with a thud on the kitchen counter. How do you make this thing into food–-without muttering expletives, making a mess, and possibly slicing off a finger?

12 Healthy Recipes to Kick Off the New Year


After a month-long binge filled with too much beer, ham, and Grandma’s Christmas cookies, we could all use a few “healthy” weeks to kick off 2015.

10 Fantastic and Filling Vegetarian Entrées


In the eight years that I was a vegetarian, I often found that my veggie-centric preferences were the afterthought of the party.

What’s the Difference Between Green Onions, Chives, and Scallions?


Header image: Chowhound Grocery stores label long, skinny, green-topped onions that have white bottoms as either scallions or green onions.


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