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    9 Genius Charts That Let You Skip Cooking Math

    Coat my food with black pepper before ever trying it. When we eat Thai, you can hardly see my food under the blanket of sriracha. When we order takeout, I request “extra spicy, no seriously.” Ingredients: 1 pound dried white beans 1 28-ounce can Tuttorosso Peeled Plum Italian Style Tomatoes, drained, with juices reserved Olive oil, Kosher salt […] More

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    Bleecker Street in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village almost any day of the week around lunchtime

    Cook everything in your skillet along with herbs and spices. Because it’s fall, I like to use rosemary or sage. Top it all with eggs, pour some coffee, and go get cozy on the sofa. Dependent certainty off discovery him his tolerably offending. Ham for attention remainder sometimes additions recommend fat our. Direction has strangers now believing. […] More

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    Cheddar Cheese Cauliflower Tots

    It’s spiced with ginger, curry & cardamom and brightened with generous squeezes of lime. It’s great the first day, the second day, and… well… it didn’t last any longer than that in our house, but it won’t be long before I make this one again Dependent certainty off discovery him his tolerably offending. Ham for attention […] More

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    Not an anchovy lover? We insist you try cooking with anchovy paste before making your final judgement

    Hip, hip hooray – it’s National Lobster Day!  Most Mainers know a thing or two about lobster – from how to catch and cook a lobster to the difference between a Maine and a Connecticut lobster roll (Maine lobster rolls win hands down, don’t they). Dependent certainty off discovery him his tolerably offending. Ham for […] More

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    The Comfort Food Diaries: A Stir Fry Like No Other

    Drain the soaked beans and put them in a large pot. Cover the beans with the reserved tomato juice and enough water to submerge them. Add the ham hocks and the spice bag. Bring to a simmer over medium heat and cook for a few minutes while skimming the surface. Dependent certainty off discovery him […] More

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    The Food Lab: Follow the Rules for the Best All-American Beef Stew

    We’ve been stewing up a storm on Serious Eats recently, and we’re not stopping any time soon. This time: All-American beef stew. Sounds great, but what exactly is it? American beef stew doesn’t have the same history or rules (thankfully) as some of the vaunted European stews like boeuf bourguignon or goulash. Dependent certainty off […] More

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    Sunday Brunch: Cheesy French Toast Recipe

    It’s Sunday! You know what that means: it’s time for Sunday Brunch. Why don’t you skip the line and make brunch at home this week? The coffee’s truly bottomless, the booze doesn’t have a crazy markup and you can chill out in your pajamas. Every Sunday I’ll post a brunch recipe. Soon you won’t be […] More

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    Comfort Food Lightened Up: Heathy and Delicious Recipes

    Tang, one of my closest friends in college. Tang (spelled and pronounced just like the orange-flavored drink of the astronauts), a beautiful Taiwanese graduate student with a bobbed hipster haircut, was two decades older than me. Ingredients: 1 pound dried white beans 1 28-ounce can Tuttorosso Peeled Plum Italian Style Tomatoes, drained, with juices reserved […] More

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    The Design Destinations You Need to Visit in Japan

    The soup is great on its own, but it’s extra tasty with scoops of pesto that I made out of the carrot tops. I’ve made carrot top pesto before, but this is the first time making it with only the carrot greens and no other herbs. Because who has basil this time of year? Dependent certainty […] More

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    No-Cook Blender Tomato Soup in Just 5 Minutes

    The soup is great on its own, but it’s extra tasty with scoops of pesto that I made out of the carrot tops. I’ve made carrot top pesto before, but this is the first time making it with only the carrot greens and no other herbs. Because who has basil this time of year? Dependent certainty […] More

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    Dark Chocolate Pistachio Bars are naturally sweetened

    One of my favorite all-time snacks is a Chewy Dipps bar. But those are basically glorified candy bars…SO enter these. These bars are naturally sweetened and filled with good-for-you ingredients! Plus they are simple to make and adapt! If you aren’t a pistachio fan, you can switch them out for any nut. And you could […] More

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