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The Food Processor that Saved Thanksgiving

There once was a mother, a father, and three wonderful children. And speaking of holidays, for them, Thanksgiving reigned favorite. Each year they cooked a feast fit for a King. Soups, stuffing, pies—they had everything. On the morn of the feast, each person would make their preferred accoutrement to roast, cook, or bake. But this year, was different...

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One Pot Meals: Kale, Quinoa, and White Bean Soup

Fact: Non-vegetarians are horrified by the word “vegetarian”. Scenario One: My meat-eating friend and I are sitting at the bar. “I’ve really got a hankering for some French fries; if I order some would you split a basket with me?” I ask. “Totally, yeah, I love French fries,” she responds. Scenario Two: My meat-eating friend and I are ...

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52 Ingredients: Cantaloupe

Hidden beneath its textured exterior is a fruit so juicy, sweet, and full of nutrients it makes all other fruits jealous. It’s the orange fleshed melon known as the cantaloupe and summer is its peak season.

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An Easy Strawberries and Cream Recipe for Wimbledon

For tennis fans, it doesn't get any better than the grass courts at Wimbledon. At the All-England Club in London, fans are most likely zeroing in on a big bowl of strawberries and cream as they watch the best in the world compete. Because who in their right mind wants to watch sports on an empty stomach?

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Pitcher Punch: Make Ahead Cocktails for a Crowd

Playing bartender all night at your own party isn’t exactly our idea of a good time, but whipping up a crafty cocktail is guaranteed to get a stir and impress guests. Besides, super-sizing your concoctions is the rebuttal frat boys everywhere have been teaching us for years. We’re stealing their idea but ditching the plastic buckets and jungle juice for more mature mixers.

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