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Chocolate Truffles
Cookies are classic, but let's face it: They can get a little dull after a while. Why not mix things up and satisfy your sweet tooth with bite-sized truffles instead? The options for fillings are nearly endless, and once you get the hang of the basics, you'll be able to experiment with your own daring [...]
Joy to the world, the holidays are here. Folks from all across the globe are enjoying the season with unique celebrations and traditions. And a lot of fabulous food. So why not treat your taste buds to a tour of foreign fare? Take a break from the tried-and-true turkey and classic cutout cookies and get [...]
Apples come in hundreds upon hundreds of varieties, textures and colors, but everyone seems to do the same thing with them – bake them all into pies. Delicious, but a little boring. How about pushing those boundaries a bit, and flexing those baking chops? From fancy pastries to impressive side dishes, we’ve rounded up a [...]
Once upon a time slow cookers were used just for stews, pot roasts and casseroles. The kitchen gadget was more about convenience than pleasure, a shortcut for part-time chefs with full-time jobs to get a meal on the table. But something happened over the years. The slow cooker slowly got a makeover, shaking off its frumpy, culinary [...]
Pumpkin has become the latest trendy ingredient, showing up in beer, bagels and, of course, coffee. The Pumpkin Spice Latte may have launched the great pumpkin craze, but according to MenuTrends, by 2011, more than 60-pumpkin-related dishes appeared on the menus of America’s top 250 restaurant chains. Pumpkins are a seasonal favorite, but they don't [...]
Who doesn’t love a bowl of piping hot soup on a chilly day? It’s a comfort food that’s filling, easy to make and requires little prep- and oh yeah, there’s usually a giant pot of yummy leftovers waiting for the rest of the week. Here are some of the easiest and tastiest recipes of the season. Orange [...]
Break out the muffin tins, but forget the sugar. We’ve rounded up recipes that put your muffin tin to work for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and these “mini meals” pack a punch. We’re talking tiny taco bowls, spaghetti pie and oatmeal you can hold in the palm of your hand, and we promise – no [...]
From cooking to traditional medicine, honey has been used by countless cultures for over 2,500 years. According to English food writer Nigel Slater, “the notion of a foodstuff made by plump and beautiful insects whose furry coats are scented with the lavender and dog roses they have visited is as romantic as any food could [...]

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