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WHO’S MOST LIKELY TO: Sister Edition!

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Loved playing this fun #Challenge game with my #Sister! We answered a bunch of #Questions about ourselves and learned a lot about each other too! xoxo Ro …

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Skinnytaste Meal Plan (January 21- January 27)

A free 7-day flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner and a shopping list. All recipes include calories and Weight Watchers Freestyle™ SmartPoints®. I just had an exciting week in Chicago promoting my cookbook Skinnytaste One and Done on Windy City Live and doing a cooking demo at Macy’s on State Street. […] …

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Simply Recipes 2019 Meal Plan: January Week 4

Looking for some meal inspiration this week? Check out our meal plan! We have Arroz con Pollo, stuffed shells, a quick hamburger soup, and more! Continue reading “Simply Recipes 2019 Meal Plan: January Week 4” » …

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Warm Brussels Sprouts Salad

This Warm Brussels Sprouts Salad is mouthwatering delicious. The brussels sprouts are cooked to perfection and are the perfect chopped size. Wonderful flavors are pulled from the bacon, craisins,…

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The Muffuletta That Changed My Mind About What a Sandwich Can Be

When I visit a city for the first time, one of my top priorities is deciding what to eat. I’m on a perpetual quest for food that’s utterly unique and essential to the culture of that place. The only hard part is weeding out the tourist traps from the places that shouldn’t be missed. In New Orleans, there are seemingly endless possibilities for amazing food. Should a first-time visitor focus on gumbo or jambalaya? Oysters or étouffée? The answer, I think, is that you should sample all of these Creole specialties and more, as many times as possible. Only as long as you have a muffuletta at Central Grocery, the one item that you absolutely cannot leave New Orleans without trying. Read More >> …

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Why Fettuccine Alfredo Is the Best Solo Supper

Table for One is a column by Senior Editor Eric Kim, who loves cooking for himself—and only himself—and seeks to celebrate the beauty of solitude in its many forms. My barometer for a good restaurant has always been: How do they treat solo diners? I.e. me, when I walk in alone and gesture to the host with my index finger, “One.” Read More >> …

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Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup

BEST homemade chicken noodle soup! This version is made from scratch, so it’s light and nourishing. All the goodness from the chicken in one pot of soup. Just what you need to recover from a cold or the flu. Continue reading “Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup” » …

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Turkey Stuffed Peppers

Turkey Stuffed Peppers combine ground turkey, tons of vegetables, and pepper jack cheese into a satisfying healthy low carb meal. … …

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Masala tea recipe, chai recipe

Learn how to make masala tea at home with perfect balance of flavours. Milk tea with perfect blend of spices. Full video and detailed step by step pictures.I have fascination towards the term masala tea or masala chai and wanted to taste for many times how it would taste and always ended up in disappointment. May be 4-5 times I have tasted masala chai in restaurants. Either it would be tasting same like ginger cardamom tea or it will be with the overpowering smell of cinnamon. And once when I tried it in the fancy coffee shop under the name of Indian masala chai, I told myself I would never have masala chai again outside. I also dreaded to try at home. There are many versions of masala chai, people add pepper, mace, mint leaves etc, I have just kept it basic and simple.When I wanted to try something with the fresh spices that I received…

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BBaF Podcast Episode 51: Season Two Announcement

Listen to Episode 51: Season Two Announcement” Listen up all you foxes. There’s a special announcement on this week’s Bit by a Fox Podcast. Now that we’re officially into the second season, there’s going to be a few changes around these parts. Listen in on this shot-sized episode for all details! And find out next […]
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PSA: You Can Now Get Paid to Take a Summer Vacation in the Italian Countryside

Hi, hello, ciao, there’s someone I’d like to introduce you to. It’s future-you—more specifically, it’s five-months-in-the-future you. Five-months-in-the-future you lives in a charming countryside village in Southern Italy called Grottole. (It’s in the part right between the sole and the heel of the boot.) You start every day with a cappuccino and a lesson in Italian language, before moving over to the vegetable garden to get acquainted with local produce. Next up is a cooking lesson, and a homemade lunch (fingers crossed that it’s pasta). Save some room for a sundown aperitivo, though. Read More >> …

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50 People Try to Make Whipped Cream | Epicurious

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Your arm may fall off by the time you're done, but the reward is whipped cream. What's better than that? Watch as 50 people try to make whipped cream to varying degrees of success. Like the knives you see in this video? Grab your own set at https://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/store/brand/epicurious/4589/?ta=typeahead&ml=v2 Still haven’t subscribed to Epicurious on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/epiyoutubesub ABOUT EPICURIOUS Browse thousands of recipes and videos from Bon Appétit, Gourmet, and more. Find inventive cooking ideas, ingredients, and restaurant menus from the world’s largest food archive. 50 People Try to Make Whipped Cream | Epicurious …

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Peanut Butter Pretzel Magic Bars

These Peanut Butter Pretzel Magic Bars are a MUST for your next party! Think: Super Bowl, office party, or birthday. They have a pretzel crust with layers of peanut butter, chocolate, coconut, and sweetened condensed milk topped with more pretzels. Continue reading “Peanut Butter Pretzel Magic Bars” » …

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Buffalo Chicken Pizza

Buffalo Chicken Pizza is a quick and easy pizza recipe, made in just about 30 minutes from start to finish!
I have partnered with my friends over at Fleischmann’s® Yeast for today’s recipe.

I grew up in a house where every Friday, without fail, was pizza night. Of course, as I’ve gotten older and started my own family, I can’t say that I am as religious about Pizza Friday as my mom was, but we do eat our fair share.
Continue reading Buffalo Chicken Pizza at Cookies and Cups.

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Cabbage rice recipe, easy cabbage rice

Cabbage rice recipe, a quick and easy method with spice powders and cooked rice. You can use leftover rice too and make a hearty meal with goodness of cabbage. Full video and step by step pictures.From my childhood, I am not good when it comes to eat my vegetables. So as I have said earlier in my posts, my mom used to mix vegetable that she makes as poriyal or curry with hot rice and ghee or sesame oil and makes us eat that first before sambar or kuzhambu sadam. So it will always be first lots of vegetable and a small portion of rice mixed with ghee. Followed by sambar/ kuzhambu sadham and mor sadham.I never make vegetable rice like these earlier as I mix poriyal/ curry with rice and eat. But thought these mixed vegetable rice can be a great option for one pot meals and use up leftover rice as well. Or even…

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20 Supermarket Souvenirs We Always Bring Back from Our Travels

Whether I’m traveling near or far, my very favorite part of visiting a new city is exploring local supermarkets. Slowly making my way up and down the aisles, taking in all of the regional specialties in chip flavors, sauce varieties, and even cleaning goods, is not only an easy window into a culture’s idiosyncrasies, but a jackpot for (often edible) souvenirs, as well. Seems I’m not the only one who thinks this way. My coterie of like-minded colleagues are all in the same boat when it comes to navigating markets big and small, close to home and in far-flung reaches of the globe. Read More >> …

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Easy No-Bean Chili

Chili, without the beans—just beef, tomatoes, onions, and lots of great spices. Make it ahead, freeze the leftovers, eat it for days. Continue reading “Easy No-Bean Chili” » …

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This Japanese snack is quickly becoming my favorite dessert…

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It was a blast to create the Sandwich Series but it's time to take a little break from the world of sandwiches and move onto something I haven't explored much on this channel
. Join me on a new season and brand new journey that will take me throughout the most diverse city in the world on the search for the best sweets. I will talk to some experts, learn a little history and craft each dessert completely from scratch in my home kitchen all to satisfy my sweet tooth! Episode one is all about a Japanese festive snack called the Taiyaki, originally created for good fortune. The snack was created over a century ago but it recently has exploded on the scene due to a social media Taiyaki storm which I learn all about in episode 1. If you have a "Sweet Idea" you want top contribute to this season, private message me on Instagram @lifebymikeG…

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Chewy Brown Butter Blondies

Brown Butter Blondies! These chewy blondie bars are enhanced with the rich flavor of browned butter and loaded with (optional) … …

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Sheet Pan Crispy Parmesan Garlic Chicken

Sheet Pan Crispy Parmesan Garlic Chicken is such an easy meal with crispy breaded chicken with potatoes and asparagus.  This … …

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Pantry Pasta Is the Humble, Comforting Dinner We Want to Eat Every Night

Here’s what I look like after I walk through the door after work on a chilly winter weeknight: a shell of myself. Here’s what I’m wearing: a blanket slung around my shoulders (drafty apartment!) and one shoe, because after I removed its partner, I realized I couldn’t be bothered with the other. Here’s what I want to eat because it will make everything—everything, I tell you—better: pasta. More specifically, pantry pasta—aka, noodle-centric dishes that are mainly composed from shelf-stable ingredients you can keep in your pantry for ages, which often come together off-the-cuff (or at a minimum, with relative ease). Like, aglio e olio, or pasta con ceci. Read More >> …

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Red Lentil Soup with Spinach

This delicious, Middle Eastern inspired Lentil Soup, made with red lentils, turmeric, spinach, carrots and lemon will exceed your expectations. It’s golden in color, and very easy to make and leftovers are freezer-friendly. I love lentils and lentil soup. One of my go-to’s are my Chicken and Lentil Soup. I wanted to recreate a lentil […] …

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How to Make the Best Oatmeal

Here’s everything you need to know to make the best oatmeal you’ve ever had. You’ll never have to suffer through a bowl of bland, gluey oats again! Continue reading “How to Make the Best Oatmeal” » …

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Sloppy Joe Stew

Sloppy Joe Stew is an easy, weeknight stew recipe that your whole family will love! The classic flavors of a Sloppy Joe without the bun!

I am a child of the 80s and we lived and breathed that Sloppy Joe-style food life. Even though I grew up in Texas, our kitchen was firmly planted in the Midwest. Casseroles? Yep. Beef Stew? Of course. Meatloaf? Obviouslyyyyy. And Sloppy Joe Sandwiches were definitely one of my mom’s meal planning go-tos.
Continue reading Sloppy Joe Stew at Cookies and Cups.

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How to Cook Fish Like an Alaskan Fisherman

Did you know that Alaska has 34,000 miles of coastline? Did you know that sustainable fishing laws were actually written into Alaska’s constitution in 1959? That all Alaskan fishing boats have to be built in America (see: sustainability)? That it’s bad luck to change the name of a boat? My chance to travel to this amazing state came via an invitation from the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI). My goal was to learn all about their sustainable fishing industry as well as the plentiful seafood that comes from their waters. From the moment my plane landed in Anchorage, I started most conversations with the same question, “So, how do you cook your fish?” Read More >> …

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Cheesy Rotisserie Chicken Enchilada Skillet

This Cheesy Rotisserie Chicken Enchilada Skillet dinner is about as fast as enchiladas can get, and that’s because it’s not really enchiladas—it’s a tortilla casserole made all in one cooking vessel. I’m obsessed with Chicken Enchiladas, so I loved this easy skillet version! I used my homemade enchilada sauce which I usually double and keep […] …

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Greek Meatloaf with Spinach and Feta

Tangy, garlicky, and savory—this Greek meatloaf gets flavor boosts from spinach, feta and pomegranate molasses, a common ingredient in Mediterranean food. Continue reading “Greek Meatloaf with Spinach and Feta” » …

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