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After university, I moved by myself to Korea to teach English, leaving behind the mild-mannered Midwest to begin a new life in a foreign country.
Heat the oven: Arrange a rack in the middle of the oven and heat to 325°F. Season the meat with 1 1/2 teaspoons of the salt and the pepper.
If you have an abundance of stainless steel appliances in your home, you know that it can get streaky, cloudy, and fingerprint-y very easily.
Muggles who've been dreaming of enjoying a mug of lightly boozy butterbeer at the Three Broomsticks in Hogsmeade might not have their wish coming true any time soon.
"Add it to the roster!" "Why don't we make this every night?" To say this sheet pan supper got my little household of two all riled up is an understatement.
If you're a lover of food, you probably spend most of your money on meals — whether it's your fondness for the taco truck, your penchant for fancy cocktails, or your desire to eat at the newest, hottest restaurants.
I feel like there are people who like all the food on their plate to touch and people who like the different dishes to maintain their own space into carefully managed sections of the plate.
(Image credit: Tending the Table) Sometimes dinner inspiration starts with a side rather than the main dish.
If you're headed to Miami and planning to save space in your suitcase for some destination-branded memorabilia, there is no shame in that.
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Some small appliances have all the luck. Instead of getting shoved in the back of a cupboard or left to gather dust on a bottom shelf, these small appliances get the red carpet treatment, with pull-out shelves and hidden cabinets devoted entirely to storing them in style and comfort.
You guys, this weekend I totally blew my grocery budget for the week at the farmers market. As has become an almost annual tradition, I spent a small fortune on two giant buckets of local strawberries.
Going out to eat is practically a religious experience for me. That is, of course, an exaggeration, but there are parallels.
I'm going to take a wild guess and assume that your favorite thing about your kitchen is not the microwave.
Usually, wall-mounted bottle openers are those hefty, very industrial (and not in a cool, trendy way!
Not all of us have kitchens with pantries. Sure, it'd be nice and it's a total #goal, but sometimes square footage has to be saved for things like refrigerators.
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You're likely to find plump, pink radishes in the produce section year-round, but right now is when these crisp, bite-sized veggies really shine.
Baked tofu is magical. When hot from the oven, it's crispy on the outside and creamy in the middle — amazing tossed into a stir-fry or just eaten as a snack with whatever dipping sauce happens to be handy.