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    20 Ideas for a Fresh and Fancy Summer Brunch — Recipes from The Kitchn

    June 26th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Kelli Foster

    Lazy weekend brunches at home are just one of the many joys of summer. It’s the season for brunch spreads with a lighter twist that embrace all the ripe produce that’s piled high at the farmers market. If you’re hosting a brunch this summer, we’ve got you covered with some great seasonal drinks to sip on, plus sweet and savory mains that will win over the whole table. From caprese quiche and strawberry swirly buns, to mini pancake tacos and watermelon mimosas, here are 20 easy-to-pull-off recipes for a fresh and fancy summer brunch.

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    9 Doable Ways to Use Less Water Every Day — Apartment Therapy

    June 26th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

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    From Fridges to Ovens, How to Choose the Right Appliances for You — Side By Side: A Guide to Appliance Shopping

    June 26th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Geraldine Campbell

    Are you thinking about renovating your kitchen? Do you have a refrigerator that’s way (way) past its expiration date? If you’re just starting your search for a new appliance (or appliances!), you’ll quickly find that there are a lot more factors to consider than you may have anticipated.

    Is a top freezer or a bottom freezer better for the way you store your stuff? Is a counter-depth or a built-in fridge worth the extra expense? Should you get a convection oven, or maybe you should go for that vintage range you’ve been eyeing for years? And what about a microwave oven? Do you need one (we say yes!), and should you go for a countertop version or a microwave drawer?

    Here are your top-asked questions answered.

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    Put This Creamy Italian Chicken on Tonight’s Menu — Delicious Links

    June 26th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Lauren Kodiak

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    Somehow it’s Monday already (RIP, weekend) and you forgot to meal plan again. Don’t despair! I’ve got a delicious recipe for you to make tonight that everyone in your family is sure to love. It does require you to stand at the stovetop, but at least you don’t have to turn on the oven!

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    5 Weird Foods That Taste Better than They Sound — Travel Bites

    June 26th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Natalie B. Compton

    The world is filled with incredible culinary delights; you’ve probably seen about 10,000 of them thanks to Instagram. While Roman pasta and Japanese sushi may get the most airplay, there are plenty of other international dishes worth trying — even if they look strange on paper (or don’t pop up on your feed).

    I’m constantly scrolling through the good, the bad, and the ugly posts on social media hunting for local eats whenever I’m on the road. If a country has a weird delicacy, I’m always down to try it, not only for the story, but also because it often turns out to taste amazing! You learn quickly that sometimes it’s better to go against your gut and with the unconventional order.

    Forget eating for the ‘gram — here are five delicacies that are more delicious than they sound.

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    Do You Share This Ridiculous Cleaning Habit? — Cleaning & Organizing

    June 25th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Lisa Freedman

    I’m writing this post on Sunday evening and I have a lot of work to do. Like, a lot. But instead of doing it, I spent the last three hours cleaning my house. And it wasn’t just any cleaning session — I set off on the deepest deep-clean my house has had in weeks.

    This little routine has a name in my house: I call it procrasti-cleaning.

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    Recipe: 2-Ingredient Watermelon Sherbet — Recipes from The Kitchn

    June 25th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Meghan Splawn

    Creamy, dreamy sherbet was my favorite frozen treat growing up. The combination of fruit and cream is delightfully refreshing. When working on a watermelon roll recipe, I accidentally discovered the best watermelon sherbet. But that’s not even the good part — it only requires two ingredients and a food processor!

    Yes, you can turn watermelon into a creamy sherbet with just one other ingredient: sweetened condensed milk.

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    20 Easy Dinner Recipes for Your Next Meal Plan — Recipes from The Kitchn

    June 25th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Kelli Foster

    Come summer, there’s a standing trend in my weekly meal plan: easy dinners. The easier, the better. Right now more than any other time of year I lean on dinners that require little effort so I can spend more time enjoying summer and less time in the kitchen.

    With options like flank steak panzanella, a fast and fancy tomato galette, grilled shrimp skewers, and sheet pan pork chops, these are the 20 easy dinners to cycle through your meal plan now through Labor Day.

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    Recipe: Easy Rainbow Icebox Cake — Recipes from The Kitchn

    June 25th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Meghan Splawn

    I think we can all agree that the rainbow trend reached peak unicorn when Starbucks made a drink based on the popularity of multi-hued foods, but you try explaining this to my 5-year-old.

    Looking for a rainy-day baking project, I had a lightbulb recipe moment: We could make a rainbow cake without turning on the oven and using just four ingredients with a classic back-of-the box recipe. And so on this rainy day, a rainbow icebox cake was born.

    All the flavors you know and love from icebox cake — soft, chocolatey wafers and cool, lightly sweetened whipped cream — are made more magical with a little food coloring and sprinkles. Here’s how to be a rainbow cake hero using just four ingredients.

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    This Is the Most Popular Slaw Recipe on Pinterest — On Trend

    June 25th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Sarah Spigelman Richter

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    When it comes to summertime favorites, grilled cheeseburgers, buttery lobster, and icy margaritas seem to grab the spotlight. But they can’t handle the whole dinnertime show themselves. After all, summer is about enjoying the company of family and friends long after the sun sets, when the weather stays warm and balmy late into the night. That means you need some killer side dishes, and one of the best out there is slaw.

    Whether you make yours with mayonnaise and scallions, oil and vinegar, or even Brussels sprouts, slaw is one of summer’s greatest unsung heroes. It can be made ahead of time, has many variations, and can often (not always) easily serve any guest, no …read more

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