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When Deviled Eggs & Caesar Salad Meet Up, Everyone Wins

Photo by Ty Mecham Before there were deviled eggs, there were oeufs Pierre de Lune. If you’ve never heard of them, that’s exactly why Tamar Adler, contributor to Vogue and author of An Everlasting Meal, was researching them in the first place. She just published Something Old, Something New, a collection all about forgotten, lost (and found!) recipes. She describes the oeufs as: Read More >> …

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The 3-Ingredient, Microwavable Treat That Got Me Through College

It was my senior year of college and my journalism professor had assigned us the fairly straightforward task of making a dish and writing about it. But I had a problem: I lived in a sorority house where an antiquated microwave, communal refrigerator, and beat-up toaster comprised our entire kitchen. I could have asked asked to borrow a friend’s stove or oven (or knives or measuring cups), but procrastination a jam-packed schedule left me no other option but to MacGyver a recipe I knew all too well: Oreo balls. Read More >> …

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Aam dahi puri, Mango sweet chutney dahi puri

Aam dahi puri,  recipe for sweet chutney prepared with ripe mango. This chutney can be used for all chaats and even as a dip for samosas, papad.What I love about all chaat is the sweet chutney. I am sweet toothed and anything sweet in chaat is my kind of snack. May be that is the main reason I love Kailash parbat chaats. Their chaat are made with an extra dose of the sweet chutney. Especially love their bhel. I have not been to any authentic chaat counters in India, so KP chaat is my favorite here in Singapore.When I was browsing Instagram, I saw this idea of using sweet mango sauce in chaats. So I wanted to try out for this mango season. The sauce I saw was pretty much like aam ras, but I made it just like we would make sweet chutney with dates and tamarind. I just fine tuned the recipe with ripe…

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Chili Garlic Chicken

It’s finally grilling season and I couldn’t be more excited to spend afternoons outside with my friends and family, making great food on the grill.
I like making burgers and hot dogs as much as the next person, but for me, this chili garlic chicken has become my favorite reason to light the grill.
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Nutella Blondies

Soft and chewy Nutella blondies are made with a buttery cookie base and topped off with ribbons of rich Nutella … …

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Cherry Hand Pies

It’s a small thing, but when I was about eight years old, I remember my parents letting me occasionally snag a cherry hand pie from the gas station when we filled up. It was a special treat, for sure, but one that I eventually grew out of because I found the packaged cherry hand pies to be too sweet.
Good news, though! I’m an adult now and I can make my own cherry pies—ones that have a better balance of sweet and tart flavors.
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Crispy Garlic Chicken with Asparagus

Crispy Garlic Chicken with Asparagus is an easy 30 minute meal with crispy breaded chicken and crisp and tender asparagus. … …

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Get Into Your Grilling Groove This Memorial Day Weekend

You’ve spent days planning and preparing, and finally have everything ready for your big Memorial Day bash. Burgers, skewers, and steaks are marinating and waiting for their moment to sizzle. Ingredients for cocktails and spritzers are at the ready. Appetizers and sides are in their serving-dish homes, begging to be passed and grazed and gushed about. And you didn’t forget dessert for a crowd, did you? (Don’t worry—even if you did, we’ve got you. Many times over.) All that’s left is for you to put on some tunes, fire up the grill, and wait for the guests to arrive and enjoy themselves (don’t forget to enjoy yourself, too!). Read More >> …

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Skinnytaste Meal Plan (May 28-June 3)

A free 7-day flexible meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner and a shopping list. All recipes include calories and Weight Watchers Freestyle Smart Points. Wishing everyone a Happy Memorial Day weekend! A few notes for this week’s meal plan, prep the quinoa ahead for breakfast bowls and marinade for chicken on Sunday night, if […] …

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Meal Plan for May Week 5

This month, Megan Gordon is back with us sharing her weekly meal plans! Megan is a writer and recipe developer living in Seattle, WA, the author of Whole Grain Mornings, and mom to a 2-year-old. Please welcome Megan!
Memorial Day weekend is here, and with it comes some extended time off for many of us. And if your family is anything like ours, it’s also the unofficial start of grilling season!
I’m spending Saturday and Sunday sprucing up the backyard: weeding, dusting off the patio furniture, and maybe if I’m feeling inspired, trying to repair our wobbly fence (this may be an ambitious list, all told).
Then come Memorial Day, weather permitting, we’ll be spending time outside grilling.
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Strawberry Lemonade Cake Recipe

This Strawberry Lemonade Cake Recipe is the ultimate dessert for your summer cookout or barbecue! A moist strawberry cake is … …

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We Can’t Stop Watching Videos of This Guy Cooking in the Forest

Grab your headphones—you’re going to want to hear this. YouTuber Almazan Kitchen makes beautifully shot, intensely composed outdoor cooking videos. Most notably, the textured sounds of these enchanting masterpieces are giving me major ASMR tingles. Read More >> …

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How to Pack a Cooler Like the Tetris Master That You Are

Driving from point A to point B isn’t always easy. You have to plan for traffic, strategize bathroom breaks, and arrange suitcases and pillows so the driver can see. Add ham sandwiches, containers of hummus, and ice-cold root beer? It’s almost worth calling it a day and enduring the McDonald’s drive-thru. But packing a cooler doesn’t have to make you sweat. Whether you’re lugging a week’s worth of groceries to the lake house or simply taking a long weekend trip to the beach, we’ve thought of the best ways to transport your provisions, keeping your lettuce fresh and sandwiches un-squished. Read More >> …

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BBaF Podcast Episode 20: WSWA Convention

It’s our 20th episode of the Bit by a Fox Podcast! And we’ve decided to shake it up a little…. A couple of weeks ago I visited the 75th annual Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America Convention at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. It’s the largest gathering of distributors, wholesalers and products in the wine […]
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25 Tasty and Healthy Kids’ Lunch Ideas for Home or School

If your kids are picky eaters, you know that every meal can be a battle. Their growing bodies are in need of vitamins and nutrients, yet all they crave are unhealthy foods with no nutritional content. What you need are creative meal ideas they can eat for lunch at home or at school, designed to […]Read More…The post 25 Tasty and Healthy Kids’ Lunch Ideas for Home or School appeared first on Lifehack….

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Blueberry Pitcher Margaritas

I think we’ve all seen cocktails that get out of hand with creativity, and we’ve probably all encountered when a margarita gets a bit too crazy.
I’m thinking about margaritas made with wonky ingredients like bubblegum, fish sauce, or chocolate. I think the worst I ever saw was a dill-passionfruit flavored “margarita” where the tequila was swapped out for vodka.
Vodka! Can you imagine?!
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Grilled Corn Salad with Feta

This charred Grilled Corn Salad with Feta is an easy 5-ingredient summer side dish. It goes perfect with anything you’re grilling! Sweet summer corn doesn’t require much fuss to make it taste good, but the combination of sweet corn and slightly salty Feta cheese is simply magical, whether you enjoy this warm or cold! Toss […] …

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Balsamic Chicken Cobb Salad with Pasta

Balsamic Chicken Cobb Salad has all the classic flavors of the popular favorite with a simple balsamic dressing. Made with … …

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Puli sundal recipe, Puli arisi sundal

Puli sundal is prepared with parboiled rice, toor dal combo along with tamarind, very few ingredients. We have it for dinner or at times breakfast too. Learn how to make puli sundal a traditional recipe I learnt from my mom.I have earlier posted pacharisi sundal which is made with raw rice (pacharisi) and moong dal (payatham paruppu/ paasi paruppu). Pacharisi sundal is made mainly for breakfast and it is a burst of flavour with simple ingredient. Being mild in taste, it is apt for breakfast.While on the other hand puli sundal is made for dinner in our house those days. Being a joint family with 7 members, it is a must for amma and paati to choose some one pot, yet filling dinner to serve all. Puli sundal will be in the menu weekly or atleast 10 days once. We all are a big big fan of puli sundal. Even now, appa and my brother are…

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Scratch & Sniff Stamps Will Delight the Kid in All of Us

As a kid, I was obsessed with licking envelopes closed. An otherwise menial task—stuffing and addressing envelopes—was rendered suddenly magical by saliva’s near-supernatural ability to keep an envelope shut. And so, I would sit there with my mom as she filled those paper pockets with checks or notices, forms to be delivered, and I would get to lick the sticky perimeter of the flap! The taste and tacky texture were enough to keep me engaged and off the streets. A recent development in our midst has brought me back to my old post as Mother’s stamp licker: The United States Postal Service has announced the imminent arrival of a line of scratch and sniff stamps. Imagine my childhood delight if the “sticker” on the back of each envelope had smelled like a popsicle or a watermelon or some other summery treat. Read More >> …

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Bacon Wrapped Asparagus

Bacon Wrapped Asparagus is a smoky and savory side dish that will be a staple for mealtime. Learn the critical … …

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Soft and Chewy Double Chocolate Cookies

These Soft and Chewy Double Chocolate Cookies are rich, delicious and LOADED with chocolate! With a chocolate cookie base and chocolate chips this is truly a chocolate lover’s cookie. They…

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Here’s What It Was Like to Eat Out in 1859

New York is a city of many things, restaurants among them. Today the city’s blocks are concentrated with eating establishments—fancy, fast, casual, fast casual, casual fast—that the options can dizzy even the most scrupulous of restaurant-goers. Apps like Yelp and Google Maps help us parse the selection, but this wasn’t always the case. Before there were oceans of digitally broadcasted opinions to wade through, urbanites turned to written restaurant reviews. Bound by newspaper, these reviews sought to make sense of the wide array of eateries, to help customers decide where best to spend their hard-earned money. Ever Wanted to Make Mac ‘n Cheese From 1784? Now You Can by Valerio Farris
The art of the restaurant review dates back to France, where the very first restaurant is thought to have originated. In the mid-19th century, Alexandre Balthazar Laurent Grimod de La Reynière (how’s that for a name? ) published his Gourmands’ Almanac, a…

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Coconut Mint Chip Ice Cream

I have a soft spot in my heart for dairy-free ice cream—and not because I can’t have dairy. My family and I eat our fair share of cheese, sour cream, and yes, real ice cream, too.
But I actually prefer ice cream made with coconut milk over ice cream made with eggs and dairy any day of the week. I love the flavor and natural sweetness of coconut milk, and think it really shines when made into ice cream.
If you’ve never made dairy-free ice cream before, you’re in for a treat: it doesn’t require much in the way of fancy ingredients.
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