The worst part of winter? It's not summer! And that means you can't have picnics. Unless you can. While the temperatures continue to chill us this February, consider planning an indoor picnic.
Slow cookers are often used by busy people who are rushing out the door and want a hot, ready-to-go meal when they return.
Now here's a wholesome cake you can feel equally happy about for dessert as you can for breakfast. A fluffy sheet of banana cake is the perfect partner to a mix of crunchy, earthy nuts and seeds.
There are so many Mexican ingredients we love to fill our pantry with, but lately we can't get enough of one in particular: Tajín.
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(Image credit: Apartment Therapy ) Ever pull out your once-pristine box of baking chocolate and notice that the chocolate has turned gray or white?
I happily fall into the subset of individuals who believe that it's not dessert unless there's chocolate involved.
The irresistible Buffalo flavor of butter combined with spicy, vinegary hot sauce is too good to be left for wings alone.
Would you rather have a closet full of very organized baking supplies and snacks than one packed with coats and winter gear?
You may be a grown-up, but snow days still have that special power to give you that feeling of carefree joy, just like when you were a kid.
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Who hasn't stuck their tongue out to catch falling snow flakes? Eating snow is a childhood rite of passage — just as much as singing about not eating the yellow stuff — but as adults, and as parents to young children, we may have some concerns about whether it is prudent or even safe to eat snow.
There is no denying the pleasure of brownies. Whether you like them fudgy, chewy, or cakey, or whether your prefer an edge piece or a square cut from the center of the pan, this chocolatey treat induces leg-twisting, toe-curling, silly grin delight.
Maybe a tropical vacation isn't currently in your future, but that doesn't mean your snack can't make you feel that island breeze.
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Hey, you! Yes, you with the sticky fingers and the smudgy marks on your face. If you like to put chocolate (milk!
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Open Slideshow Growing up, I spent winter vacations in Vermont and learned to love the annual ritual of making snow cream with freshly fallen snow.
When I was a kid, I used to build a fort any chance I got: A rainy day was always a good excuse, but growing up in temperate Northern California, it really was a year-round activity despite the constant 74-degree weather.