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    5 Techniques for Using Food as Decor Inspiration — Apartment Therapy

    September 30th, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By The Kitchn

    From Apartment Therapy → 5 Delicious Ways to Use Food as Decor Inspiration

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    Can I Sand My Cutting Board to Get Rid of Rough Edges? — Good Questions

    September 30th, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Kelli Dunn

    Q: I recently bought a beautiful handmade cutting board at my local farmers market. They mentioned that they had only oiled it a couple of times and that I should do it again when I got it home, but otherwise it was ready to go. I oiled it and let it sit for a day and then started using it.

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    What’s the Difference Between Condensed and Evaporated Milk? — Ingredient Intelligence

    September 30th, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Kelli Dunn

    Until recently I was constantly confusing evaporated and condensed milk, especially at the grocery store when trying to remember which one a recipe called for. It didn’t help that the cans look nearly identical. The differences are small, but they can have a big impact on your recipe.

    Do you know the difference between condensed and evaporated milk?

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    Recipe: Stuffed Chicken Breasts with Grapes, Hazelnuts, and Parmesan — Easy Dinner Recipes from The Kitchn

    September 30th, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Elizabeth Passarella

    Stuffed Chicken Breasts

    I love stuffing chicken breasts. I’ve given you my recipe for roasted chicken breasts stuffed with goat cheese and fresh garlic, one of my favorites, and I consider this one a fall-inspired version. The technique is easy, with a big wow payoff, and I love the combination of a simple, buttery skin with a complex filling.

    The sweet, salty, nutty mess that spreads out over your plate as you eat is pure perfection.

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    Banana Peels Are the Best Thing You Aren’t Eating — Surprising Food News

    September 30th, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Emma Christensen

    We eat apple peels and peach skin — why not banana peels, too? According to Business Insider, banana peels contain some really great vitamins and nutrients that we’re just throwing in the compost. Blend them up in smoothies! Bake until crispy! Or heck, just eat them along with the banana.

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    Yes, You Can Bake Pumpkin into Fries — Delicious Links

    September 30th, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Lauren Kodiak

    Baked Parmesan Pumpkin Fries

    While I love pumpkin in all its sweet applications — pie, ice cream, cookies, cake — I always forget it has a savory side, too. Maybe that’s because I’ve been missing out on one very crucial way to use pumpkin in a savory capacity: baked pumpkin fries.

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    A Ghostly Cake Pan for Halloween — Faith’s Daily Find 09.30.15

    September 30th, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Faith Durand

    Nordic Ware Ghost Cake Pan

    • $31.96

    Williams-Sonoma

    Halloween is still a month away, but cobwebs and orange lights are already appearing on the lawns in my neighborhood. What can I say? I think we’re all ready for fall. I’m not so adept at Halloween, however; it seems to require a level of craftiness that is beyond me. Well, not this cake pan — if you want a sweet and spooky Halloween centerpiece, this pan does almost all of the work for you.

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    Use Ketchup to Clean Copper and Brass — Apartment Therapy

    September 29th, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By The Kitchn

    From Apartment Therapy → Can You Really Use Ketchup to Clean Copper and Brass?

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    We Tried 7 Brands of Vegetable Broth, and Here Is the Winner — Grocery Taste Test

    September 29th, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Christine Gallary

    Seven brands of vegetable broth

    To me, vegetable broth has always been a tricky thing. Of course you can make your own, but what if you just want to pick some up at the grocery store? Unlike chicken broth, which clearly needs to taste like chicken, just what should vegetable broth taste like? Out of all the available brands, which one is the best?

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    McDonald’s Is Rolling Out Its First Organic Hamburger — Food News

    September 29th, 2015 by Our Webmaster

    By Christine Gallary

    McB Organic McDonald's Hamburger

    McDonald’s will start serving two versions of an organic hamburger, dubbed “McB,” in October. Besides making the patties from German and Austrian beef that’s been raised organically with GMO-free feed, the burger will also have fancier toppings and a sunflower-seed bun.

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