For years the yogurt aisle has trended towards the sweet things in life, with flavors like key lime pie and containers of yogurt including packets of M&Ms. But in 2016, consumers looking to spice things up have some new options in the yogurt aisle.
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When winter hits and you’re craving all the green things, look no further than the hearty leaves that dominate during cold months, like collards, chard, kale, beet, and mustard greens. These winter greens are extremely versatile and available in abundance. Here are five important things to know about making the most of this produce haul.
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The beauty of the snack board is that it really doesn’t require much effort. You don’t have to cook anything to pull them off, and if you’ve aced the whole stocked fridge and pantry thing, you really don’t have to grocery shopping to put one together.
At the heart of these casual, snack-based dinners is the idea that you can stitch together your kitchen’s bits and pieces into a wholesome dinner. Which means snack boards are meant to be safe places for those little amounts of leftovers that just don’t make a meal themselves, or the scraps in your produce bin that have been forgotten about. Yes, you can make a great board right this minute from just a quick scan through your kitchen — because chances are, you already have everything you need. Here are 10 ways to utilize your pantry and refrigerator shelves to build a solid snack board for dinner.
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You’ve got your snack board all lined up for the ultimate grazing kind of dinner, but it’s missing something. Sure, you’ve got your sliced prosciutto, maybe a hard-boiled egg or two, and some bread or roasted veggies to pull it together, but there’s one thing you forgot.
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Rugelach is a rolled baked treat that cooks as easily as a cookie, yet tastes like a pastry. It’s crisp and sweet on the outside, and so delicate and tender on the inside that it melts in your mouth. This circular pull-apart rugelach is a charmingly decorative variation — yet another take on a confection that has had many versions. If you make rugelach often, you will notice that this dough is a bit sturdier and holds its shape a bit better than other rugelach doughs. It very much remains the sumptuous, butter-rich cookie we all know and crave.
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Like the iconic Starbucks red cup, Midwestern-based chain Caribou Coffee is offering a little something special for the holidays. The “Topped by You” promotion allows customers to personalize their holiday drinks with special whips and chips — Caribou Coffee claims there are 528 possible combinations.
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‘Tis the season to get lots of holiday cards. And our friends over at Minted have a ingenious idea for what to do with them as they come in: Hang them on kitchen cabinets.
It’s a super-simple way to decorate the kitchen for the season, without going totally crazy with garland, lights, or breakable ornaments. Keep reading to see how they pulled it together. (Hint: It’s really easy!)
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When it comes to entertaining at breakfast time, there are few things we love more than a good breakfast casserole (except for maybe bacon cooked in the oven). It’s the easiest solution for feeding a crowd, one that comes together without too much work, and most of all it’s a reliable crowd-pleaser time and again.
As you get ready to host holiday brunch, give your everyday egg casserole some sparkle and set the table with casseroles that are meant for celebration. From sweet big-batch breakfasts like a vibrant polenta cake blanketed with a rainbow of brûléed citrus, to a savory bread pudding laced with caramelized onions, sharp Provolone, and ham, these recipes will help you bring the gift of food to the breakfast table.
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