A vegan quiche sounds like a bit of an oxymoron. Since the base of any good quiche is plenty of milk, eggs, and cheese, how can a vegan quiche even be possible — let alone palatable? Two simple ingredients hold the key to success.
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Bringing food to friends is one of the joyous chores of adult relationships: you get to celebrate new babies, grieve with your best people, and share in nourishing your circle through food. There are some guidelines for bringing food to new parents or sick work friends, but there are also commandments to make the most of bring food to friends and keep you, the gifting cook, sane.
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The best part about Halloween isn’t dressing up in costume or watching scary movies — it’s eating the treats. While enjoying a handful of your favorite fun-sized candy bars is the easiest way to celebrate the holiday, getting a little crafty is always fun — especially when there are sticky-sweet marshmallows involved. There’s no need to overcomplicate these DIY food treats, however. Here’s how to keep them simple and fun.
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Keep a few containers of homemade soup in the freezer and suddenly the long winter ahead doesn’t seem so bad after all. That’s because you can rest assured that you have a solid supply of sustenance to warm you to your bones. It’s easy enough to make a double batch of your favorite and squirrel away half to defrost and simmer up again for another day, but there are a few keys to successfully freezing soup. Here’s what to be mindful of.
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Nuts usually take first place when it comes to a crunchy snack that you can pick at anytime, but we’re making the case for roasted chickpeas instead. Be it at a bar or a fancy cocktail party, roasted chickpeas can play the same role that nuts play.
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Look down. Like, almost way down. Do you see it? Here’s a hint: We’ll stop tip-toeing around the answer.
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When I think tailgate, I think cans of beer, screaming fans with painted faces, and processed cheese. I always wish I could partake in the festivities and merriment — just in a way that feels a bit more comfy.
The solution? Bring your rugs outside!
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There are times when only classic chicken noodle soup will do, and then there are other times when you crave chicken noodle soup 2.0 — this is for the latter. It takes the elements of the traditional soup, but spices it up with Thai flavors, all while keeping it simple enough to throw together on a busy weeknight.
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