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Easy Weeknight Dinners Featuring Our 15 Favorite Fall Ingredients


Autumn is all about warming comfort food and embracing the flavors of the season as we gear up for the holidays.

Cauliflower is King: Here’s Why It Rules


In the past, cauliflower has paled in comparison to more vibrant, assertive vegetables, especially kale.

Fall Herbs and Spices That Double as Décor


You don't need more stuff. We all have enough stuff. When your space is looking bland and you want to decorate your home or table, look around you.

Pumpkin Seeds: What Do You Do with Them?


Maybe you carved a pumpkin and don't want to waste all those seeds you gutted out. Or you purchased a big pumpkin to roast (bless you), and you want to do something seedy (ahem) and fun.

What is Wine Harvest Season All About?


As dawn breaks each morning this time of year, millions of grapes glisten with dew like clusters of jewels hanging heavy in the vast vineyards.

Why Roasting Makes Vegetables Taste Sweeter


Here's the scenario: You have a bunch of vegetables and aren't sure what to do with them. You don't have the energy or brain space to make anything remotely complicated.

How to Set Your Table for an Autumnal Dinner Party


Invite a few friends or family members over some fall night, and surprise them with your gorgeous table.

How Does Packaged Guacamole Stay Green?


In the same way sun exposure ages our skin, oxygen is the enemy of fruit that doesn't want to brown. (more...) See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments

Ingenious Ways to Lighten Up Heavy Fall Dishes without Losing Flavor


Eventually, the chill in the air is going to lure you to eat more rich food and then regret it later.

Should You Salt Eggplant Before Cooking?


You really only need to salt eggplant if it's old. Although, this meaty vegetable — which is actually a huge berry — has crazy huge pores that soak up oil like no other.

Greasy ’N Great Pub Grub Recipes


"Woooooo!" (chomp, chomp, slurp) "Ah, man!" (chomp, chomp, slurp). These are the raucous and sloppy sounds of football season, when following the game means fried food and beer at your favorite bar with friends.

17 Ways to Stuff Your French Toast


You know what's even better than French toast? Stuffed French toast. Yeah, you probably know where we were going with that one.

Best After-School Baking Activities


Kids get out of school pretty early, and you could find yourself racking your brain for something to keep them occupied besides digital entertainment.

How to Pull off the Perfect Early Fall Picnic


The leaves haven't turned, and it feels like summer still. There's a whiff now and then of some cool relief, and when that happens, dive into your closet and uncover your picnic blanket.

15 Summer Produce Ingredients We Miss Already


We're already feeling wistful about those golden-hued days of lolling in the summer sun with our bright watermelon wedges, grinning over our cobs of fresh corn, and getting our faces sticky as we dig into our juicy peaches.

How to Build a Bloody Mary Bar


The Bloody Mary cocktail is made for day drinking. Don't drink it at night. That's just weird. (Although we do like weird.) This official drink of brunching champs who find mimosas cloying is also a sunshiny, spicy, outdoorsy kinda drink whose accessories can get pretty wild.

Go Beyond the Grill: 15 Ways to Gourmet Up Your End of Summer


Quick, squeeze in something outdoors and wonderful. Winter is coming. Have you enjoyed your summer enough?

Ultimate Guide to Using Different Types of Kale


Kale has grown so trendy (thanks, Brooklyn), that it still gets the royal treatment on menus and at home nearly 10 years after its renewed popularity — including massages.

Spiralizing Zucchini Is Going to Change Your Cooking Game


    Pasta is so not what it used to be. Semolina? For adventurous eating amateurs. These days, you've got so many more incarnations of pasta made from quinoa, rice, kamut, spelt, and here, it's the green summer squash we all love called zucchini.

What’s the Difference Between Tofu and Tempeh?


It doesn't matter if you lust for a bloody burger once in a while. Soybeans can satisfy a different kind of craving when you need some protein, and you want it fast and cheap with no remorse.


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