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    This New Starbucks Roastery Is Basically the Disney World of Coffee — On Trend

    April 27th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Susmita Baral

    Starbucks has plans to go from “grande” to “trenta” for their new upscale location on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. The Seattle-based coffee company announced their plan to open an interactive 43,000-square-foot, four-story Roastery in the windy city. The location should be up and running by 2019.

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    The 5 Vegetarian Blogs I Read Every Day — Everyday Vegetarian

    April 27th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Lauren Kodiak

    Finding delicious, wholesome vegetarian food is not always easy when you’re eating out at a restaurant, but it’s totally possible when you make it at home. Since giving up meat six years ago, I’ve relied on a myriad of sources — like cookbooks, blogs, and our own recipe page — to help keep my meals interesting and satisfying. Blogs in particular are great resources, as …read more

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    5 Things to Eat with an Old Fashioned — Recipes from The Kitchn

    April 27th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Sheela Prakash

    If you’re a fan of brown spirits, then most likely an Old Fashioned is one of your go-to cocktail orders. The classic drink, made with nothing but bourbon, simple syrup or a sugar cube, and Angostura bitters, is simple yet always satisfying. It also happens to pair quite well will a number of snacks and dishes, given its simplicity. Here are five fun pairings to try.

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    Can We Stop with the Awkward Adult Peer Pressuring? — Sober Celebration

    April 27th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Alli Hoff Kosik

    Let me make one thing clear from the start: I do drink.

    I have no opposition to alcohol, moral or otherwise. I like being in control, but not so much that I can’t enjoy the feeling of letting loose after a cocktail. I love a glass of rosé over an al fresco dinner, a Champagne toast at a wedding, or a frosty blended drink (or three) by the pool at a resort. And don’t even get me started about the wonders of a margarita on Taco Tuesday.

    I totally drink.

    I just don’t drink every time I go out to dinner or after every rough day.

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    10 Salad Dressings to Know by Heart — Essential Recipes from The Kitchn

    April 27th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Faith Durand

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    Here at The Kitchn, we don’t like to think of ourselves as food snobs. We nurse semi-secret loves for boxed mac and cheese and Velveeta. We keep frozen pie crust in the freezer (and maybe a pizza or two).

    But there is one packaged product most of us here at The Kitchn have ditched completely, and that is bottled salad dressing.

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    This Is Last Thing You Should Do When Spring Cleaning — Smart Spring Cleaning

    April 27th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Ayn-Monique Klahre

    You spring cleaned! You soaked and scrubbed your oven racks, washed the shelves in your fridge, went through your pantry, and gave everything the deepest clean ever. Yay, you!

    Hopefully you saved this one thing for last: the floors.

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    Recipe: Marzipan Layer Cake — Video from Kitchn

    April 27th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Kitchn Video

    Almond-lovers, this playful marzipan cake is for you. It’s made with almond flour and marzipan — a rich, sweetened paste of ground almonds — leaving you with a dense, moist cake steeped with the flavor of this nut. The cake is wrapped in a coating of buttercream frosting and decorated with colored marzipan cut-outs you can create and shape yourself. Between the classic flavors and modern presentation, this cake is a great option for birthday parties for people of all ages — or just when you need a cake that’s on the quirkier side.

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    Take a Trip to Greece with This Sheet Pan Chicken Souvlaki — Delicious Links

    April 27th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Lauren Kodiak

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    The sheet pan meal strikes again with this easy, weeknight-friendly chicken souvlaki. If you’re a fan of Greek flavors like lemon and oregano, and ingredients like kalamata olives and feta, you’re going to love this dish.

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    5 Cleaning Must-Haves That Pro House Cleaners Swear By — Apartment Therapy

    April 27th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By The Kitchn

    From Apartment Therapy → The 5 Cleaning Must-Haves that Pro House Cleaners Swear By

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    My Biggest Vegan Challenge Was One I Didn’t Expect — Adventures in Veganism

    April 26th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Maria Siriano

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    When I decided to take the plunge into veganism, I anticipated some pitfalls. I thought I’d maybe lose my cool and dive headfirst into a pile of cheeseburgers, or maybe sneak some brie at a party. But the hardest part of going vegan hasn’t been cravings, which are surprisingly few and far between. For me, the social ramifications of going vegan were far more discouraging. As someone whose social life has more or less revolved around food for the past several years, the feeling of isolation that resulted from my dietary change hit me really hard.

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