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Lacey Duffy11 days ago
Cooking for Kids
So I am the type of person that likes to experiment with food. I honestly can't remember the last time I used a recipe to make a dish. I know that you have to use a recipe for baking, but my son is no...
Jovelle Avancena11 days ago
How To Make Vegetable Broth for Pho
Pho (pronounced "fuh") is a traditional Vietnamese dish. It is simple to make and there is plenty of room for substitution to your heart’s desire. This is my story as a newly-minted adult learning how...
Chelsie Bebber14 days ago
How to Eat Cheap
Did you know almost 50 percent of the world's population lives off $2.50 a day? To put that in perspective, the average American spends more than $150 a month (roughly $5/day) on food alone. That's tw...
Rachel Blanchard16 days ago
How To Create the Perfect Cheese Board for Your Next Party
When it comes to dinner parties or any form of parties, you want your food selections to be in top quality with ideal spreads. You never want to half-ass your selections. Since you invited your guests...
Ghost G.a month ago
Eating in a Dorm on a Budget
Alrighty, so you’ve probably already seen hundreds of YouTube videos and seen Buzzfeed style blogs that tell you different things you can do “in a dorm” when it comes to all sorts of things, including...
Charlie Fox2 months ago
Coffee
Coffee!!! We all love the stuff and I have loved Coffee since well I cannot remember, it has been so long, and I would like to share with you guys some methods I have learnt throughout the years. Ther...
Iria Vasquez-Paez2 months ago
How to Make Restaurant Quality Crepes at Home
In order to make restaurant quality crepes at home, I use lactose free milk, three eggs, and flour. I beat the eggs into the one-cup all-purpose flour. Then I manage to use the frying pan to slide the...
Alida Cardo2 months ago
Creating Your Home School Experiences
Part of the learning experience with your kids can start in your kitchen. Part of the moments you share with your toddlers or teens can be around kitchen moments. You can choose and create several exp...
Caitlin Sullivan2 months ago
15 Easy Tips for Baking Success
I have spent almost the last ten years of my life surrounded by the pastry world and in that time, I’ve learned some tips and tricks that I wish I could have known from the beginning. I spent my time ...
Zach Grattan3 months ago
A Long Piece About Mushrooms
This article is partially about foraging for and consuming wild mushrooms. Under no circumstances should this article convince you to consume any wild mushrooms without first seeking out the advice of...
Michael Ugulini3 months ago
7 Baking Tips for Man Cave Dwellers
Is your penchant for overly-processed food taking its toll on your waistline? Do you really need to open that second box of Twinkies® and indulge? Is there some way to enjoy wholesome baked goods of v...
Zach Grattan3 months ago
In Defense of the Beet
Once upon a time, I was a cook. For the most part, I just use those skills to slap together the occasional cheese board or impress my girlfriend's parents with a nouveau cuisine something-or-other. I'...
Kylie Ruley3 months ago
How to Improve Your Instant Noodles
Everyone loves Ramen, right? I'm talking about those instant packets that range from $0.50 to maybe $3.00 at almost every grocery store. Sure, an authentic giant bowl of Ramen from a noodle shop would...
Iria Vasquez-Paez3 months ago
Making a Spanish Omelet
Over the years, I have struggled to learn how to make a Spanish omelet. My latest attempt involved putting the egg in the potatoes and not the potatoes in the egg. I used olive oil in the past. But th...
Sarah Phillips3 months ago
Building the Platter of My Dreams
One of my favourite things about summer in New Zealand is the number of excuses to eat delicious food! In fact, I'll broaden that statement, it doesn't have to be summer and I don't have to be New Zea...
Michelle Kirk3 months ago
How to Eat a Plant-Based Diet Without Giving Up Meat Yet
Plant-based diets are trendier than ever! Six to eight million Americans are now vegetarian, according to Harvard Women's Health Watch. And millions more are looking for ways to adopt a more healthy, ...
The Unholy Creeper3 months ago
A Plastic-Free Cup of Tea
So, here is a good one for you. Tea bags contain plastic. Yep, the actual bag itself. I have found this in quite a few places, and if you give it a Google, you will probably find the same information ...
Jonci Potts4 months ago
The Anatomy of a Perfect Sandwich
We all know the familiar sound of our stomachs throwing a hissy fit. Somewhere between breakfast and lunch, it starts—hunger pangs, those painful cries in the pit of your stomach take over your brain ...