Grind flaxseeds in a coffee, seed, or spice grinder in order to enhance their digestibility and therefore their nutritional value. If adding ground flaxseeds to a cooked cereal or grain dish, do so at the end of cooking since the soluble fiber in …

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Skillet Chicken Thighs with Potatoes, Carrots, and Greens

Crispy skillet chicken is cooked in a flavorful lemon broth and served on a bed of Swiss chard, potatoes, and carrots. This bistro-style oven braised chicken with vegetables has everything you love about cozy comfort food.

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Green Cauliflower Rice

Green Cauliflower Rice

Cauliflower rice with spinach and fresh herbs is a healthy, quick, and easy weeknight side or main meal. Add some extra heft to this recipe by topping it with a fried egg, adding some tofu, or using it as the foundation for a burrito bowl.

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This Week’s Meal Plan: 5 Simple Weeknight Dinners

This week’s meal plan recipes have either short ingredient lists, can be made ahead of time or are on the table in thirty minutes or less. Incredibly delicious, homemade dinners for the win!

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Our favorite deep-dive cooking projects to stay busy and well fed.
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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.


In 1963, the German television station NDR recorded an 18-minute single take of Dinner for One, a comedy sketch written by Lauri Wylie. According to older editions of the Guinness Book of World Records, it is the most re-aired television program ever, often shown on New Year’s Eve in countries all over the world (including Germany, Denmark, Sweden, South Africa, and Australia).

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Here’s a late Valentine’s submission that TRUMPS all others:

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Hmm. I’m pretty sure every joke I could make here will get me in trouble.

 

This is my face right now:

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Also, seriously, bakers, what is the DEAL with your Ninja Turtle cakes? 0.o

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If you think about it, a baby shower IS reaping what you sow…

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Though doesn’t that make this more appropriate for the baby’s dad?

(Oooh, can we swap out “baby daddy” for “baby sower?” That is SO MUCH BETTER, you guys.
Assuming you’re into plant puns. Which, c’mon, who isn’t?)

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More Words That Don’t Mean What Bakers Think They Mean:
Ombre

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Bakers, you keep using that word.

Stop it.

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Jenn’s office ordered a cookie cake for their new employees, and asked the bakery to write, “Welcome, Noobs!” on it.

They got this:

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Oh, wow – I just realized “welcome” is misspelled, too.

So… the only word they got right… is the one that wasn’t supposed to be there.

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Bravo, bakers. BRAVO.

 

Thanks to Maria C., Gary R., Yinner, Denise K., & Jenn for proving her bakers really are comma noobs.

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P.S. And just so we’re clear on what “ombré” means:

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Pink Ombré Tassel Earrings

Look how pretty! Plus they have 30 different color variations to choose from. WOWIE.

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And from my other blog, Epbot:

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Now more than ever, home is where many of us are seeking refuge and solace in light of the novel coronavirus. This is a tough time, but we’re here for you—whether it’s a new pantry recipe or a useful tip for your kitchen, here are some ideas to make things run a little more smoothly for you and your loved ones.


Amidst all the news surrounding COVID-19 and self-isolating at home, I’ve been relying on certain dishes more than usual. And when I say “certain dishes,” I mean foods that not only come together with a lot of help from my pantry (or the freezer), but are also super comforting. Soups, stews, and pasta of all kinds are the name of the game right now.

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Instant Ramen Fried Rice


Sure, a cup of instant noodles is a quick and easy snack for one person. But if you turn it into almost-as-instant fried rice, you can feed more than one mouth. Plus, it’s just stupid delicious.
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Now more than ever, home is where many of us are seeking refuge and solace in light of the novel coronavirus. This is a tough time, but we’re here for you—whether it’s a new pantry recipe or a useful tip for your kitchen, here are some ideas to make things run a little more smoothly for you and your loved ones.


Our co-founder and CEO, Amanda Hesser—the cooking and baking machine (!)—kicked off our new #f52community theme for this week: What you’re baking right now. The recipe in question? Giant Crinkled Chocolate Chip Cookies, based on Sarah Kieffer’s Internet-famous pan-banging method, which you can watch Amanda make in the video above.

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