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The Best Foods for Healthy Skin — Wellness Tips from The Kitchn

The myriad products that line pharmacies and beauty stores are the only proof we need to confirm that we’re all a little obsessed with having perfect skin. While I don’t plan to admit to you the number of hours I’ve wasted searching for a great eye cream, I will say that eating a good diet […]

Amazon Prime Members Can Now Order Delivery from Whole Foods — Grocery News

I consider my Amazon Prime membership to be worth the annual fee just to be able to watch The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and get free two-day shipping on books, but Amazon Prime memberships are about to get even better because now members can now order delivery from Whole Foods as well. READ MORE »

Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood Could Reunite to Judge The Great American Baking Show — Food TV

When Mary Berry announced in 2016 that she was leaving The Great British Bake-Off, but that Paul Hollywood was staying, it felt like The Beatles were breaking up. Bake-Off was a fantastic show unlike any other, and a big part of its riveting-but-wholesome vibe was due to the great rapport between Berry and Hollywood. But […]

The Real-Life Maui from Moana Works at Costco in Hawaii — Food News

Imagine going to Costco to pick up paper towels and gym socks, and meeting your hero. That’s what two little girls were convinced had happened recently when they went to Costco with their mom and saw Maui from Disney’s Moana working at the register. READ MORE »

Mexican Shredded Beef

Mexican cuisine is one of my all time favourites and it's been a while since I shared a recipe so here we have one from my short list of goto recipes, slow cooker Mexican shredded beef. This recipe is so easy! It's a slow cooker recipe so all you have to do is season the […]

20 Make-Ahead Lunches to Get You Through the Work Week — Recipes from The Kitchn

The key to avoiding another sad desk lunch at the office is simple: Embrace make-ahead recipes. Find a smart recipe that you can make in bulk and will enjoy eating all week. There’s no reason for you to order takeout or hit the vending machine when you set yourself up for success with simple, delicious […]

Next Week's Meal Plan: 5 Easy Recipes to Start a Meal Plan — Next Week's Meal Plan

Despite my best intentions and my love of meal planning, I do occasionally fall off the meal planning wagon. Even though I share my weekly meal plan here, sometimes things don’t go according to plan and we end up eating a lot of takeout and groceries are left uneaten. This week I’m really and truly […]

Freezer Meals: 5 Simple Tips for Freezing Any Soup — Tips from The Kitchn

Soups are one of the easiest and most reliable dishes to freeze. And by reliable, I mean that you can come home from work, warm up frozen soup, and know without a doubt that it will be delicious. So make a double batch of the soups you love most and freeze some for later with […]

Perfect Eye of Round Roast Beef

When I think of roast beef I like to got with prime rib, strip loin, tenderloin, etc but lately the eye of round seems to be the cut of beef that is always on sale. The eye of round is a very lean, with little fat, which means that it can easily get dry and […]

Here's How to Make That Strange Alien Milk from Star Wars — Food News

Star Wars: The Last Jedi had a lot of mind-blowing moments. The lightsaber fights! The space battles! But by far the most OMG moment in the entire movie was when Luke Skywalker milked one of the huge alien creatures hanging around his island, and drank a big glass of its green milk right on screen. […]

Fresh and Creamy Lime Pie

This pie relies on the killer combo of citrus and dairy (think Creamsicle) for a mellow, sweet, and sour dessert. Get Recipe!

Diet Coke Attempts to Woo Millenials with New Branding and Flavors — Food News

Diet Coke is going through some huge changes. Coca-Cola just announced that its beloved zero-calorie Coke is getting a massive overhaul that includes a brand-new design, marketing campaign, and four new flavors. READ MORE »

Roast Acorn Squash, Sweet Potato and Beet Kale and Quinoa Salad with Avocado, Feta and Pomegranate in a Cilantro Lemon Tahini Dressing

It's time for salad! A hearty and tasty salad that eats like a meal, is fully satisfying and healthy, leaving you with no regrets, a roast acorn squash, sweet potato and beet kale and quinoa salad with avocado, feta and pomegranate in a cilantro lemon tahini dressing! This salad takes a bit of effort but […]

5 Practical Things That Help You Make Time to Cook Dinner — Tips from The Kitchn

Many of us are swimming in the same proverbial soup — that mad dash between activities after work and/or school, and the shrinking window of time in which to prepare dinner. This became immediately apparent when my children reached school age and began activities such as soccer and karate in the evenings. But through all […]

The Very First Step of Meal Planning Isn't What You Think — Meal Plan Club

We often talk about meal planning as the three-step process that asks and answers the age-old question of what’s for dinner once for the whole week. But the most important part of meal planning actually happens before deciding on your meals for the week ahead. In fact, this step is what helps guide us in […]

20 Delicious Non-Alcoholic Spritzers, Sodas, and Mocktails — Recipes from The Kitchn

If you don’t drink alcohol or are simply looking to drink a little less of it, there’s no reason to fret: you can still enjoy the sweet pleasures of a cocktail by embracing the mocktail. Loose the booze and instead, indulge in one of the myriad drink combinations made with sparkling water, flavored soda, fresh […]

Homemade Japanese Curry Rice (Kare Raisu)

This recipe captures a classic Japanese curry, complete with juicy pieces of chicken, tender nubbins of carrot, sweet peas, and silky chunks of potato, but it’s seasoned with a homemade spice blend that’s way better than what comes out of a tin. Get Recipe!

Recipe: Sheet Pan Crispy Salmon and Potatoes — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners

This sheet pan supper will show you just how quick and simple it can be to get a salmon dinner on the table any night of the week. It all starts by firing up your broiler. Do that and you will be tucking into perfectly cooked fillets with just the right amount of char around […]

How To Make the Best Chicken Noodle Soup — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

You’ve got the sniffles. It’s chilly outside. You want nothing more than to wrap yourself in a big ol’ blanket and settle down with a mug of chicken noodle soup. Am I right? Then this is the recipe for you. It’s miles better than anything from a box or a can, but isn’t quite so […]

The One Magazine You Should Buy in January — Between the Covers

January can be a little all over the place when it comes to food. On the one hand, most New Year’s resolutions are to eat better. Many of us start the new year aspiring to spare, sensible meals of poached salmon and steamed spinach. But January is also the real onset of winter. All the […]

Grasshopper Ice Cream Pie

Your grandmother’s classic gets an update with the addition of herbaceous Fernet Branca, a bittersweet cocoa nib fudge, and threads of crisp chocolate throughout. Get Recipe!

Will Your Friendships Survive the Picky Eating Test? — Food News

Internet videos, memes, tests, and quotes have fully infiltrated our culture. We chuckle as we scroll by them in our Facebook and Twitter feeds. We laugh when someone posts another video of a cute puppy to Instagram. But not all of these things are cute babies saying silly things. Some of these things can be […]

The Hypnotic, Herb-Chopping "Cilantro Papi" Is 2018’s Answer to Salt Bae — Food News

Last year the internet fell in love with Salt Bae, the viral name for Turkish restaurateur Nusret Gökçe, whose sexy way of sprinkling salt made steak look like an aphrodisiac and won him millions of fans across the internet. Now 2018 has brought us a new viral food crush: Cilantro Papi. READ MORE »

Chrissy Teigen Calls for the Return of Sheet Cakes in 2018 — Kitchen Heroes

Sheet cakes are the unsung heroes of the baking world. Those flat, single-layer, rectangular cakes are easy to make and decorate, and they’re a staple of children’s birthday parties everywhere, but they don’t tend to wow a crowd like a towering layer cake. But now supermodel, cookbook author, and Twitter darling Chrissy Teigen is taking […]

Chicken Teriyaki

I am back in the kitchen and I am starting the New Year off with a quick, easy, light and tasty meal, chicken teriyaki! Teriyaki is a Japanese style of cooking where meat is grilled and served with a sweet and salty sauce that traditionally consists of soy sauce, sugar, mirin and sake. The basic […]

How To Cook Simple & Tasty Slow Cooker Chili — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

A really good bowl of chili delivers tender beans, seasoned beef, and a savory tomato base laced with just enough spice to wake up your senses. And better yet, all of this can be made in the slow cooker. But with so many ways to make this classic dish, it’s often hard to find a […]

How To Make the Best Lentil Dal at Home — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

“Dal” has a double meaning: It is both the word for lentils and beans and the term for a thick purée or soup made from lentils. Lentil dal is essentially just a lentil soup. However, to say dal is simple also cuts its significance of flavor, of history, and importance at the South Asian table. […]

Next Week's Meal Plan: 5 New Winter Recipes to Try — Next Week's Meal Plan

Did you make any resolutions around cooking for 2018? Mine is to try some new recipes this month to get me out of a little cheese and wine rut the end of December brought along with its festivities. This week’s meal plan is full of new winter recipes that I’ve been wanting to try. Most […]

How To Make a Soft-Boiled Egg — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

The perfect soft-boiled egg should have firm, custard-like whites and a warm, runny yolk — this is what my host mother taught me when I lived with her family in France for a summer in high school, and it’s still the standard to which I hold my soft-boiled eggs today. An egg like this is […]

Recipe: Easiest Stuffed Shells — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners

You don’t have to be Italian to appreciate the bake-and-serve simplicity of a big plate of stuffed shells. It’s the kind of Sunday supper that transcends tradition to make everyone happy. So when you’ve got a whole mess of people to feed, this is the dish that benefits both host and guests. There’s no unexpected […]

Recipe: Slow Cooker Root Vegetable Cider Stew — Recipes from The Kitchn

A resolution to cook more from my pantry inspired this hearty stew. It combines many ingredients I keep on hand, such as canned chickpeas, tomato sauce, onions, spices, and root vegetables, into a comforting vegetarian stew. READ MORE »

Costco Rotisserie Chicken Will Always Be $4.99 and Here’s Why — Grocery Shopping News

Near the top of the list of awesome grocery store items resides rotisserie chicken from the beloved bulk retailer, Costco. You can eat them as is or piece them out for meals throughout the week. Even if you’re not sure how you’re going to use it through the week it should go in your grocery […]

Graham Elliot Shares His Smart Tip for Movie Theater Popcorn — Food News

Is there anything not to love about Chicago’s own Graham Elliot? He’s a James Beard Award nominee, restaurateur, and has also hosted Master Chef and the pint-sized version of the show, Master Chef Junior. Between these offerings in addition to appearing as a contestant on Top Chef Masters and a judge on many occasions on […]

Roasted Strawberries

Whether you’re dealing with bland winter fruit or summer strawberries plucked too soon, roasting will cover a multitude of culinary sins and stain even the palest berries a ruby red. The subtle use of aromatic ingredients like lemon, vanilla, and rose water will breathe new life into bland berries, transporting you to a summer’s day. […]

Trader Joe's Just Shared Their 15 Favorite Recipes — Grocery Shopping News

To start 2018 on a high note, Trader Joe’s has just released their favorite 15 recipes. “It’s time to start cooking,” the company said in their latest Fearless Flyer. The collection includes recipes for every meal: breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, plus sides and appetizers. Whether you’re trapped in the snow, or just looking for a […]

"Raw Water" Is the Wacky New Health Trend Nobody Should Try — Wellness News

Water filtration is one of the greatest and most world-changing technologies in all of human history. Personally, I really enjoy not having cholera. But now companies are saying water filtration is actually bad for people’s health, and they’re selling untreated, unfiltered, “raw” water for up to $6 a gallon. READ MORE »

Pasta al Limone

Bright and fragrant citrus finds its way into this comforting bowl of spaghetti. Get Recipe!

Recipe: Roasted Carrots with Orange — Recipes from The Kitchn

Winter produce can start to feel tired almost as soon as winter fully sets in. But roasted vegetable boredom usually leads me to experimentation and, if I’m lucky, occasional breakthroughs, like these roasted carrots with orange. READ MORE »

10 Pantry Staples I Can't Live Without When Training for an Ironman — Fit Kitchen

I lean on my pantry a lot when I’m not training for triathlons, so I knew it would be even more critical when regularly spending upwards of 15 to 18 hours a week running, biking, and swimming. There were so many foods that kept me and my husband well-fed, but these are the 10 pantry […]

Follow This One Easy Trick to Keep Cake Layers Even — Tips from The Kitchn

Jill O’Connor, the well-known baking genius behind the cookbook Cake, I Love You, isn’t immune to the age-old problem of leaning cake layers. You’ve been there: You decide to make a cake for a friend’s birthday, spend way too much time finding the best recipe, bake the cake itself perfectly, and botch the whole thing […]

What the Toughest Race Taught Me About Meal Planning — Fit Kitchen

I’ve tried and failed at meal planning more times than I can remember — not for a lack of understanding its benefits, or for making the effort, or wanting to succeed. When it comes down to it, I never had a plan that was right or sustainable for me and my family. After signing up […]

The Ultimate Chicken Noodle Soup

Transform your chicken noodle soup from beige and boring to golden and striking with a few extra steps, some precision cooking, and a long-simmered broth. Get Recipe!

Recipe: Smoky Sweet Potato & Black Bean Casserole — Recipes from The Kitchn

The middle of the winter season calls for comforting casseroles that don’t skimp on flavor. This gluten-free, vegetarian casserole uses both smoked mozzarella cheese and smoky paprika to liven up sweet potatoes and black beans, and it’s hearty enough to serve as a main or side dish. READ MORE »

The New Food TV Shows & Movies to Stream in January — Eat, Stream, Repeat

2017 is finally behind us, and there’s a shiny new year to cuddle up with. What are your hopes and dreams for 2018? I hope one of your goals is to watch even more TV and movies, because this year promises to be a treat. Because streaming has never been better or had so many […]

Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Defrost Frozen Meat in the Microwave — Food News

Defrosting frozen meat takes an excruciatingly long time. I try to be good about remembering to take meat out of the freezer and move it to the refrigerator in enough time to be able to eat it when I want it, but it’s so easy to forget, and it’s so tempting to just toss the […]

Anthony Bourdain Says This Is His Favorite City in the World — Food News

Anthony Bourdain travels a lot. It sounds like one of the best things about being Anthony Bourdain. On his popular, Emmy Award-winning CNN travel show, Parts Unknown, the celebrity chef, writer, and TV personality travels someplace, eats food there, then travels somewhere else and eats even more food. It’s a pretty fantastic gig. But despite […]

Recipe: The Easiest Thai Green Coconut Curry — Recipes from The Kitchn

Thai food was my gateway to cooking. I was traveling to Los Angeles frequently for work and discovering the pleasures of wildly spicy and tangy laap, the pan-fried noodle flavors of pad kee mow, and the sweet relief of creamy Thai tea. The flavors sang, intense and heightened — all new to this Midwestern girl. […]

10 Easy, Energy-Filled Recipes to Fuel Your Workouts — Fit Kitchen

Are you training for a race? Or maybe you’ve discovered your CrossFit tribe. Personally, I do triathlons, which combine swimming, biking, and running in one grueling, but awesome event. Whatever the case, all that working out has a not-so-silent component: food and nutrition. Just as important as what you do in the pool or at […]

8 Questions for Whole30 Cofounder Melissa Hartwig — 30 Days of Whole30

For 30 days this month we’re exploring Whole30, the 30-day reset and refocus on whole foods. Whole30 isn’t a diet or a judgment of foods as “good and bad.” It’s actually a short-term reset that has helped many of our readers cook more and figure out the foods that make them feel their best. Read […]

My Favourite Recipes of 2017

Today is the last day of 2017 and it has been a year that has been jam packed with tasty new recipes! Before we start celebrating the New Year tonight I thought that I would take the opportunity to roundup some of my favourite recipes from the last year. Choosing just one recipe per month […]