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    A Recipe for Thanksgiving in July — Comment of the Day

    July 31st, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Faith Durand

    Turkey on a platter - Comment of the Day

    This reader wrote in with a dilemma: she’s saddled with a frozen turkey that needs to be used up quickly. What to do? I loved one commenter’s approach: Embrace Thanksgiving, summer-style. Here’s her recipe for Thanksgiving in July. What else would you add?

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    Can You Recommend a Good Glass-Jar Blender? — Good Questions

    July 31st, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Kelli Dunn

    Q: I’m in the market for a new blender and getting overwhelmed by all the options! I know Vitamix and Blendtec are considered the best brands, but I don’t feel comfortable spending that much on a blender. Besides, while those (and others) are BPA-free, it seems the plastics that are used might not be great either.

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    15 Grilling Recipes to Double for Tomorrow’s Salad — Tips from The Kitchn

    July 31st, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Christine Gallary

    Thai Steak Salad

    Summertime cookouts are fun ways to enjoy long, warm days; escape the hot kitchen; and have a cold drink while manning the grill. Summer is also when I crave cool salads for lunch but don’t really want spend extra time in the kitchen prepping all the ingredients.

    Here’s a mindset I’ve adopted that maximizes my grill time and results in delicious salads the next day with almost no prep: I plan to grill extra food so there are great leftovers to throw into tomorrow’s lunch salad!

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    Colorful Cabinets in the Kitchen — Apartment Therapy

    July 31st, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By The Kitchn

    From Apartment Therapy → Everything Old is New Again: Multi-colored Cabinets in the Kitchen

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    5 Tips for Better Salad Dressing — Tips from The Kitchn

    July 31st, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Christine Gallary

    Salad dressing can sometimes seem like an afterthought, something to quickly pick up at the supermarket while we focus more on the greens and toppings. But think about it this way: Dressing is like the music score to a movie, the undercurrent that weaves its way through the entire experience. A good dressing, like a good music score, works with every part of the salad and rounds everything out into a complete package, so it’s worth a little bit more attention.

    Make a homemade salad dressing with these tips in mind, and your next salad will be a perfect harmony of delicious dressing, greens, and toppings!

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    How Do We Handle Our Overly Friendly Friend? — #askingforafriend

    July 31st, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Anne Wolfe Postic

    A Spring Vegetarian Dinner for Six: The Party Plan

    We have this friend, a former fraternity brother of my boyfriend’s, and he’s a great guy, but he can’t seem to leave our female friends alone. When we invite him over, he attaches himself to at least one of our lady guests, ignoring all signals of disinterest, and follows her around all night. If he doesn’t get a phone number, he asks us the next day. We’re beginning to think this guy is too lazy to join Tinder and that he just uses our parties as his personal dating service. On the rare occasion he hits it off with one of our friends, it never goes past the second date. Awkwardness ensues, and we end up playing a game of Him-or-Her for our next party. How can we keep him from using our place to troll for girlfriends?

    Not a Matchmaker

    Dear NaM,

    He sounds awesome. (Just kidding.) I have an honest question: What’s so great about this guy? Once you’ve figured out why (or if) you really need him at your parties, I can answer your …read more

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    Famous Masterpieces Recreated in Oreo Filling — Food News

    July 31st, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Kristin Appenbrink

    Oreo filling art

    We will never tire of food art. The latest to cross our radar is the series Tisha Cherry has started by recreating famous master paintings in the cream filling of Oreo cookies.

    So far, she’s done American Gothic, Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, one of Frida Kahlo’s self-portraits, and Matisse’s Dance, among others.

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    The Mad Scientist Approach to Making Ice Cream Without a Machine — Comment of the Day

    July 30th, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Faith Durand

    Do you want to make ice cream without a big, bulky machine? We gave you a few ways to do that easily — but this reader has an even better idea.

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    Can I Use a Pressure Canner on a Glasstop Stove? — Good Questions

    July 30th, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Kelli Dunn

    Q: I recently bought a Presto Pressure Canner, and it says that it works on regular and smooth-top surfaces. I’m so confused about whether I can use it or not on my glasstop stove? Some sources say it’s fine, and others say not to do it because it can crack the glass.

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    5 Important Things to Consider Before Bringing Food on a Plane — Tips from The Kitchn

    July 30th, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Kelli Dunn

    Recipe: Airplane Salad

    If you’re getting ready to hop on a plane for your summer vacation, don’t forget to pack some snacks in your carry-on. I mean, those skimpy bags of pretzels airlines give out just don’t cut it. It’s safer, more satisfying, and likely less expensive when you pack your own snacks.

    As for what to pack, it’s one thing when you’re piled in the car with a few of your closest friends, but there’s a different set of rules when you’re cruising at 30,000 feet with a bunch of strangers.

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