8 Easter Gifts From Trader Joe’s All Under $10

A lot of work goes into planning the perfect Easter meal for family and/or friends to gather around the table and enjoy. And, of course, the best way to thank your host is to show up with a small gift, as a token of your appreciation. Not sure what to get? Let us help: These 8 picks from Trader Joe’s […]

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Salt-and-Pepper Limes

Active Time: N/ATotal Time5 MIN Yield: Serves : 6 This simple but brilliant Vietnamese condiment is a game-changer. Squeeze these salt-, black pepper-, and chile- seasoned lime wedges over any protein or salad for a fresh hit of acid and spice (we love them with Grilled Chile-Glazed Shrimp with Herbs and Rice Noodles), or simply set these limes on the […]

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The Brilliant Secret to Making Better Mashed Potatoes

Mashed potatoes are one of my specialties. Years of Thanksgivings under my belt have made me something of an expert. I make extra-smooth and velvety butter-laden versions for fancy dinner parties, and rustic barely-smashed skin-on versions for more casual gatherings. Mashed potatoes are my top-tier comfort food, desert island dish, and the thing I crave most the moment the weather […]

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Bulgarian Moussaka Recipe

"This is a Bulgarian variant of moussaka that my family makes." Ingredients Adjust US Metric 3/4 pound ground beef (85% lean) 3/4 pound ground pork 1/2 cup olive oil, divided 1 large carrot, finely chopped 1/2 yellow onion, finely chopped 2 stalks celery, finely chopped 1/4 bunch fresh parsley, stems and leaves chopped separately 1 (14.5 ounce) can diced tomatoes […]

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Where Have All the Dollar Menus Gone?

Fast-food restaurants have been engaged in burger wars since the first slab of seared meat came sizzling off a flat top grill. And we don’t just mean those Twitter fights over square patties and frozen meat.  No, restaurants have been trying to out-price and out-promote one another with outlandish deals, over-the-top menu items, and even absurd marketing gimmicks for decades. […]

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How to Cook a Perfectly Tender Meatloaf

Some nights, meatloaf can be the uncomplicated, beloved centerpiece of the family meal. Other times, it can be a dry and crumbly dinner disaster (that nobody takes seconds of). Even for a dish so classic and straightforward, there are plenty of ways to screw up meatloaf. This handy guide shows you how to cook a perfectly moist meatloaf, no matter […]

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Cheese Tortellini in Garlic Sauce Is a Weeknight Hero

Kitchn’s Delicious Links column highlights recipes we’re excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. A lot of recipes that feature herbs as a primary flavor will tell you to use fresh ones, and it’s very hard to beat the fresh flavors of just-picked herbs. But convenience counts when it comes to […]

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How to Make the World’s Best Brownies

There is a reason that brownies are one of the first foods many young bakers learn to make. It’s because there are tasty boxed mixes that turn the project into a one-bowl, one-pan project that a four-year-old of moderate intelligence and motor coordination could handle. Maybe mom would need to read the numbers on the oven temp, and handle the […]

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Truly Whole Wheat Bread

Chef’s Note “Seriously moist, toothsome, sturdy.  Diabetic friendly.” READY IN: 9mins SERVES: 6 YIELD: 1 Loaf UNITS: US IngredientsNutrition 1 1⁄2 teaspoons proofed yeast 2 1⁄2 cupswhole wheat flour 1 cuprye flour 1 tablespoonvital wheat gluten 2 tablespoonsolive oil 1 1⁄2 teaspoonssalt 1⁄4 cuphoney 1 cup luke warm water 1⁄4 cupnuts 1⁄4 cupraisins 1⁄4 cupsesame seeds Directions Proof yeast – […]

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