Grilled Steak Salad with Potatoes and Pickled Red Onion

Active Time: 30 MinsTotal Time30 Mins Yield: Serves 4 A grilled steak salad is a great option for dinner. A coffee-and-chile rub gives the meat bold flavor without adding extra calories. Hanger steak cooks quickly (4 to 5 minutes per side) and is best served medium-rare, so keep a close eye on it as it cooks. Remove the meat from […]

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Does Tapping the Top of a Soda Really Preventing Spewing?

I was in middle school the first time I saw anyone do it: A friend of mine tapped the top of her soda can with long fingernails. I must have given a quizzical look to witness this unexpected hammering because she looked up at me and said defiantly, “What? You don’t tap your sodas?” She went on to explain that […]

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Basil Fried Rice

Active Time: 20 MinsTotal Time20 Mins Yield: Serves 4 This aromatic fried rice gets a double dose of basil. Tender basil leaves can be tricky to slice, so try this easy technique. Place the leaves on top of one another (large ones are best), then roll them up like a cigar. Using a chef’s knife, cut the roll crosswise into […]

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Tomato-Ginger Jam

Active Time: 20 MinsTotal Time40 Mins Yield: 1 1/4 cups Bold and pungent Tomato-Ginger Jam pairs perfectly with our Indian-spiced Field Pea Cakes, but it can also make a great condiment for other fried foods, such as fish or chicken, or used as a surprisingly delicious spread for skillet cornbread, along with some salted butter. Made with canned tomatoes and […]

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Biscoff Cookie Butter Ice Cream Is Happening Very Soon

Step aside, Trader Joe’s—there’s a new cookie butter ice cream in town. Lotus Bakeries, the makers of Biscoff cookies, is releasing a “new line of super-premium ice cream coming soon for U.S. distribution,” according to a press release. The treat is made with dairy cream, crunchy Biscoff cookies, and the Belgium-based company’s original cookie butter. "Biscoff is exploding in the […]

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Smoky Field Pea-and-Greens Dip

Active Time: 25 MinsTotal Time1 Hour 20 Mins Yield: Serves 8 This rich and cheesy dip is perfect for game day or any get-together that calls for snacking. Made with bacon, spinach or kale, and plenty of field peas, it gets its richness from cream cheese, mayonnaise, and shredded cheese. Bake the dip until it’s golden and bubbly and serve […]

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Roasted Carrots with Pecans and Sorghum

Active Time: 15 MinsTotal Time1 Hour 10 Mins Yield: Serves 6 A sweet and tangy vinaigrette made with apple cider vinegar and sorghum syrup makes these carrots incredibly flavorful. If you can’t find sorghum syrup, use an equal amount of honey or maple syrup. And be sure to choose small carrots. They will roast and caramelize more evenly and have […]

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Sautéed Radishes with Bacon and Cilantro

Active Time: 20 MinsTotal Time20 Mins Yield: Serves 4 If you’ve only enjoyed radishes raw, you’re in for a treat. Sautéing brings out the softer side of radishes and mellows their peppery bite. This recipe calls for a pound of radishes, and you can use whatever variety you like—try oblong breakfast radishes or colorful Easter egg radishes. Just make sure […]

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Popsicle Cookies

Yield: Makes 20 to 30 cookies Here’s an easy idea for putting an adorable summertime spin on our classic cut-out cookie recipe. Allow the cookies to cool completely before proceeding to prepare your royal icing in whatever vibrant summer colors you choose. Ingredients Prepared sugar cookie dough Wooden popsicle sticks Royal icing How to Make It Step 1 Preheat oven to […]

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