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If life were fair, all cars would come with those tinted, soundproof windows that separate limousine drivers from their passengers. Parents could get so much use out of those windows! Heck, my parents could have gotten use out of those windows, because I once kept a fight going for an entire ride to grandma’s house because my sister touched my armrest. And somehow we were worse when we were on the same side, like when we saw a Golden Arches and teamed up to chant “McDonald’s! McDonald’s!” in unison.

While we don’t have walls in cars to divide children from parents (yet), we need to rely on other tactics for long car trips — one of which is snacks. Jennifer Garner recently shared her favorite recipes for “pass-back snacks” and I can’t wait to try it out in my kitchen.

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It’s hard to beat the cool refreshment cucumbers provide. The water-packed veggie is not only wonderfully crisp, but its mild flavor also makes it incredibly adaptable to all sorts of flavors and ingredients.

These 10 recipes show off the vegetable’s versatility, and are so easy that they can be thrown together for just about any occasion.

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Love it or hate it (we love it!), it is no secret that pink has been the color of the moment. You may have tried it out on your throw pillows in your living room or maybe even with a pink set of dining chairs. Now, we challenge you to think about pink in a bigger, more daring way: in your kitchen.

See more of the kitchen above: This HGTV Star’s Kitchen Looks More Like a Teenage Girl’s Bedroom

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Risotto is like my dinner patronus — it appears to help me make a satisfying dinner, even when I have the barest of kitchen staples. I’d argue that every home cook should learn the basic principals of risotto for making quick dinners without having to reach for a recipe.

Part of making delicious risotto at home is also knowing what mistakes to avoid along the way. Here are five of the most common and what to do instead when making risotto.

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This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending Cherry Bombe Jubilee, a day-long celebration of women in food, in New York City. Among the esteemed participants was one person in particular I was very excited to hear speak: Nigella Lawson.

Turns out, Nigella is exactly as lovely and smart in person as she comes across on TV. She’s also extremely quotable (see: 10 Quotes from Nigella to Make You Stand Up and Cheer). Between sharing her philosophy on home cooks vs. chefs and her thoughts on guilty pleasures, she also casually mentioned the one kitchen tool she’d never use.

Can you guess what it is?

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As you undoubtably already know, Amazon is a never-ending pit of kitchen gadgets, groceries, decorative items, and thousands (millions?) of other things. It can be overwhelming! To help you navigate the pages — and pages! — of products, we polled the Kitchn staff to see what goodies they recently bought.

Here’s what everyone’s been shopping for, why they love their purchases, and how they’re using them.

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In the world of online shopping, there are all kinds of events and sales pegged to seasons, sporting events, real-world holidays, and even made-up holidays. But when it comes to online sales with true name recognition, we have Cyber Monday, which nearly everyone tries to get in on, and the Amazon-only Prime Day.

And now, there’s also Wayfair’s Way Day.

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Toss a few packages of chicken in your shopping cart at the grocery store and you’re looking at endless dinner possibilities. While you may simply drop those packages into the refrigerator or freezer when you walk through the door and consider things set, if you take a few minutes to do some extra things, you’ll be rewarded come mealtime.

Here are five things to do every time you bring chicken home.

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I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but absolutely nothing about 2018 makes sense. An 11-year-old who yodeled at the end of a Walmart aisle is now a Coachella superstar. One critic is suggesting that Adam Sandler could become an Oscar frontrunner. And now more than 88,000 people have liked a $135 unicorn coffee mug on Facebook.

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inline_Better Video FeatureI get the question all the time: “So, what does a regular day of eating look like for you?”—particularly since I went keto. I get asked when I typically start eating and how I schedule my workouts around fasting periods? What do my meals themselves look like? Do I ever snack? Today I’m answering all of these—and sharing more about my own personal approach to ketogenic living.

In fact, I’m laying it all out there. Get a (literal) glimpse of some of my favorite meals and find out why I consider my Big-Ass Salad the basis of my keto eating strategy. I’m sharing one of my favorite snacks and how I negotiate my eating window each day.

But I also talk about the little appreciated principles of a sustainable keto diet—how to do it so you’re enhancing your gut health rather than compromising it, how appetite and cravings self-regulate in the first 1-3 weeks, and why after a thorough reset I’m not fully keto all the time anymore.

I have a lot to say about the lasting impact of a reset experience on metabolic flexibility and protein sparing in the body as well as on the common mistake people make in focusing exclusively on fat intake rather than broad spectrum nutrition.

Finally, I explain why I consider ketones the body’s (too often) untapped superpower—and just how much we naturally produce in a day that we can live and thrive from.

Check it out and share your thoughts. Plus, if you’re interested in more day-in-the-life posts or video, I want to hear it. Let me know what you’d like to see. Have a great week, everyone.

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