Posts Tagged ‘Recipes’

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Creep It Real: Cool Halloween Recipes For a Scary Good Party

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Halloween gives adults one night to freely act like kids. You can dress up, eat more candy than you ever should, and prepare recipes that celebrate the holiday with clever presentations that amuse and sometimes horrify. read more

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Small Grill Recipes For Balcony Cookouts

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Many apartment balconies have room for a full-size barbecue grill — though some can barely accommodate a small one. Compact grills are great for simple things like hamburgers, hot dogs, and chicken wings, but with a little creativity, they can also be used to create read more

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Mouth-Watering Barbecue Recipes for Summer Fun

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Hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken, ribs — all these things are guaranteed to taste their best when grilled over an open fire on your backyard barbecue. And while these classics will certainly keep bringing smiles to our faces for generations to come, sometimes it’s fun to up your grill game by trying out some new dishes. read more

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Knockout Punches that Make Every Holiday Party a Winner

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Punch is the perfect party beverage. It frees the host up to mingle since everyone serves themselves, and the punch bowl table provides the perfect place to make new friends. read more

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5 Recipes to Help Ring in the Fall

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It’s no wonder fall is so many people’s favorite season. The temperatures are mild and just chilly enough to remind us that winter is ahead, the leaves change into vibrant colors of red, yellow, and orange, and every now and then you get a whiff of oak burning in someone’s fireplace. It’s also the season […] read more

3 Recipes that Only Require a Single Pot or Pan

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There are countless quick and easy meals that only require one pot or pan—making for minimal post-eating clean-up. A myriad of appetites can be satisfied in one pot; vegetarians, meat lovers, seafood faring appetites, sandwich lovers, breakfast eaters and more. Clear a small workspace on the kitchen counter and get the skillet ready, dinner is […] read more

How to Save Money: Cooking at Home

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In the age of fast food convenience, cooking at home is becoming a lost art form. Not only is it healthier than eating takeout every day, it’s also an area where you can trim your budget significantly. Here’s how you can take advantage of cost savings by preparing your own meals at home. Eating Out […] read more

Top 5 Cool Recipes for a Hot Summer

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How about some cool recipes for hot days? Memorial Day is past so unofficially summer is here. The invitations that conclude with "bring a favorite dish to pass" will soon be arriving. This year, I vow that I am not going to resort to picking up the tub of baked beans or potato salad from the deli. I am going to try interesting alternatives and find new favorites. read more

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