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Go Time: 8 of the Best Family Vacations for Spring and Summer

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UPDATED June 13th, 2018 It’s spring! Finally! And while this warmer, sunnier and more cheerful season is a welcomed change from winter for many people across the country, it also comes with its own challenges, like planning the best family…
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Pasta Please: 15 New Spins on Spaghetti & Meatballs

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Pasta is ranked one of the ultimate comfort foods. Did you ever wonder why they call it comfort food? Turns out, this sense of comfort doesn’t necessarily come from eating the food itself, but the memory of the person who first made it for…
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Leeks on Fleek: 10 Killer Recipes to Try Now

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If you’re over onions, you’re not totally fond of garlic and you’re looking for a new way to give your recipes a little boost, then it’s about time you fell in love with leeks. This veggie, which belongs to the Allium genus, has a…
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Pasta Who? Cooking Spaghetti Squash to the Rescue

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Cooking spaghetti squash will make any dish appear gourmet and its super easy to make. It’s harvested in the early fall and is available in markets throughout the winter and spring. With its oblong shape and pale yellow shell, be sure to…
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Chef Talk: How to Make Artichokes Like a Pro

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We love artichokes, but how to make artichokes is a whole other issue. In terms of intimidating vegetables, these guys are pretty high up on the “how do I cook that?” list. They look funny, they seem difficult to make and even more tricky…
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Seaweed Nutrition: 15 Ways to Cook with the Plants of the Sea

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Asian cultures have reaped the benefits of seaweed nutrition for centuries. Lately it's been getting more attention in the West for being the next big superfood. It's an excellent source of calcium, potassium, protein and omega 3s but one…
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From Kimchee to Kombucha: 10 Reasons to Consume Fermented Foods

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Raise your hand if you eat fermented foods. Did you order kimchee at a Korean restaurant lately? If you answered yes, you did your body good. Kimchi, a traditional fermented side dish made of vegetables like cabbage, radish, scallion or…
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The Beat Goes On: 15 Beets Recipes You Can't Live Without

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Autumn is the season for cooking up the best beets recipe ever! Their deep crimson color adds just the right element of drama to your meal plus they're high fiber and loaded with nutrients like folate, potassium and manganese. The latest beets…
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Rad Radish Nutrition: 10 New Recipes to Try Now

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If you're like most people, you probably don't know much about radish nutrition but these little orbs pack a pretty big punch. They were originally grown in China, ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans enjoyed them and the original settlers…
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15 Recipes that Prove a Mandolin Food Slicer is Your Kitchen’s Best Kept Secret

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Transforming pounds of potatoes for your large family into thin and even rounds takes great knife skills. It also takes time and patience. The solution? Stock your kitchen with a mandolin food slicer. It’s a French cooking utensil that…