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Hygge (pronounced hoo-gah), the Danish concept of a cozy sense of being and environment, can be felt in a number of ways — from sitting in a space with lots of candles to snuggling up with a warm blanket — but my favorite way to experience it is through my stomach.
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The slow cooker and stir-fry might seem to live in different worlds — one slow, the other flash-fast — but sometimes you want the lively flavors of stir-fry without the last-minute prep and cooking.
(Image credit: The Almond Eater) A few of our editors are doing Whole30 this month, and I'm helping them out a bit by finding some of the best Whole30-compliant recipes on the internet.
Braised Coconut Spinach & Chickpeas with Lemon As the early fall days grow cooler, I am eagerly reaching for butternut squash and other autumn vegetables, ready to turn them into silky purées and hearty stews, dreaming of spicy curries and creamy soups.
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For 30 days this month we're exploring Whole30, the 30-day reset and refocus on whole foods. Whole30 isn't a diet or a judgment of foods as "good and bad." It's actually a short-term reset that has helped many of our readers cook more and figure out the foods that make them feel their best.
January, with all its resolutions and lose-10-pounds promises, has a way of tricking us into thinking our need for warm, filling foods have come and gone.
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(Image credit: Animi Causa ) If you grew up helping Mario and Luigi try to save Princess Peach, the radish may become your new vegetable obsession.
If you live in the Bay Area and are a Trader Joe's aficionado, your Saturday nights are about to become a whole lot greater.
(Image credit: Leela Cyd) Earlier this week, we asked you what makes you happy in the kitchen. For some of you, it's a tangible item like a sink or a pretty backsplash.
I knew I already loved pasta and cheese and gelato when I moved to Italy, but what I discovered while living there was that I loved beans.
Maybe you had to run out the door before finishing your freshly brewed pot or you simply made too much, but whatever the case you have leftover coffee in your kitchen.
A good braise or stew of beef or pork always starts the same way: by browning the meat. This isn't just to give the meat a jump-start on cooking (although surely it helps) — it also adds that intense seared flavor that is so important to a delicious stew.
Grabbing a glass of fresh beer or an expertly mixed cocktail might soon be as easy as brewing a cup of coffee using a pod.
It's January, it's most likely very cold outside, and there might be one of those very important sports-like thingies happening later this month.
Maybe you've stayed at a hotel that gave you a "free continental breakfast." If you had visions of huge pancakes and fluffy egg dishes, you would've been disappointed when presented with your options: a small bowl of fruit, a tiny banana-nut muffin, and a mug of coffee.
(Image credit: @lletycynin) Paging all muggles: You can now get a taste of the wizard world in South Wales.