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We're always looking for ways to make our favorite foods healthier without sacrificing flavor. So we compiled a list of our best substitutions and discovered some new ones along the way.
So many delicious ways to feel virtuous.
When eating one's meal, there are a few points to keep in mind, particularly when using one's chopsticks. There are a number of taboos when it comes to using chopsticks, but here are some important ones to remember.
I think I have identified a sixth sense. It's why homemade dishes you remember as a child tasted so good and why I can't seem to replicate the same pleasurable sensation when I prepare the dish in my home. I call it UMommy.
Could I have skipped the tomato disrobing? Yes. But then I wouldn't have tasted how "lovely and sweet" the tomatoes become when cooked stripped to their flesh.
Photo Credit: Shutterstock / Bolarkina Marina Just add some fruit and you're on your way to fresh flavors and better health. The list of ...
Do you press the snooze button for five more minutes of sleep, or do you get up and make yourself something to eat? Decisions, decisions.
There's just something about grilling and summer that makes us want to be better grillers. They're a dynamic duo, which is why, no matter your grilling woes, we're here with our best grilling tips our community has written about over the years.
Most people love eating, quite a few enjoy cooking, but almost nobody gets their kicks from washing a tower of dirty dishes. To make prioritizing healthy eating at home that much easier easier, here are a whole slew of healthy recipes that only use one pot.
Imagine the outer layers of an onion, split, stuffed with a meatloaf-like mixture, wrapped in bacon, and smoke-roasted into an orb of meaty awesomeness. It's the onion bomb, which exploded on the Internet a few weeks ago. It was love at first sight and first bite.
These avocado tacos are so easy to make and they take no time at all. And when I saw how good the finish product looked? I knew I couldn't wait until my next party.
Most techniques for removing the seeds from peppers instruct you to slice the chile in half lengthwise, then use a paring knife to remove the seeds and ribs. But, while shadowing in the kitchen of Dirt Candy, I learned an easier way. It's quicker and less risky.
We put them on waffles, in salads, in cocktails, in smoothies and in ice cream -- and we're big fans of the toss-them-into-our-mouths technique.
When I have tea or coffee, I always feel like I need to have something sweet with it, even if it's a bite of something. But there really is nothing like a biscuit to dunk into your tea.
So your dinner plans fell through and it looks like you'll be eating solo. Don't despair! Instead, consider it an opportunity to hone your culinary skills.