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This is the best broccoli cheese casserole ever. No exaggeration. It’s made with just broccoli florets, bacon, cheddar cheese, milk, cream, and eggs.

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Have a bunch of potatoes that need using up? Sweet or Russet, big or small – we have plenty of ideas for turning this starchy staple into a meal that everyone will love.

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Sous vide just might be the best way to get buttery, rich, juicy beef.
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Cut onions into 1/4-inch slices to cook them evenly and quickly. Let them sit for at least 5 minutes to help enhance their health-promoting benefits. While many people love to eat onions, most dread cutting them since this process usually brings a …

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Bookstore owner (and cookbook expert) Matt Sartwell notes that there are over 125,000,000 chocolate chip cookie recipes on the internet, and already more than 150,000,000 Instant Pot recipes. With these kinds of free resources available, why do people still buy cookbooks?

Matt makes his way through Season by Nik Sharma and Coconuts & Collards by Von Diaz, and gives us the answer—with the help of some spicy grilled cheese sandwiches and very chewy, chocolatey cookies.

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Last weekend, I harvested carrots. Lots of carrots. Tiny carrots. I always have problems with vanishing seedlings when I try seeding directly in my raised beds, so last fall I thought I’d be smart and sow a ton of carrot seeds and then pull the extra seedlings out when I was sure they were big enough to survive any attacks from small animals or insects. But then it got cold and I got busy and I never thinned out the seedlings. So when I was preparing my raised beds for spring last weekend, I pulled out about 50 bitty carrots. They might be small and okay, they’re a little bit pale too. But I grew them! And they were perfect small carrots. I was kind of excited about my wee carrots, but Chris made fun of them and thought I should throw them in with the compost, to which I responded: “I’m going to blog about this!” (That’s my new response anytime he says or does something I don’t like, by the way.) My carrots may have been too small to use for much, but after I harvested them, I started coming up with ideas for carrot recipes and I […]

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So easy! Penne pasta tossed with a simple tomato sauce with ground beef, onions, Italian seasoning, garlic, and basil. This penne pasta dish is a perfect, budget-friendly, midweek meal that everyone will love.

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I used to hunt for two kinds of recipes: everyday food for my husband and me, and “company-worthy” dishes for entertaining. The two sets of recipes hardly ever overlapped—neither in the big file box with precisely labeled folders that I crammed full of newspaper clippings and torn-out pages from Gourmet, nor in the way I served them.

We were newly married, learning how to cook and host together in our small apartment. I’d spend hours coming up with ambitious, multi-course menus that started with hors d’oeuvres and a soup or plated salad. We’d go to multiple grocery stores and specialty markets to hunt down ingredients, if that’s what it took, and would start prepping days in advance. I made everything I could from scratch. We enjoyed those dinner parties, but without fail, we’d collapse from exhaustion after our guests left, leaving a mountain of dirty dishes for the next day.

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Be the superstar of your next potluck by giving your deviled eggs a kick! A touch of horseradish spices things up, while a sprig of dill cools things down! Make them for Passover, Easter, or any spring gathering.

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