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o beat the kitchen blahs how to make cooking more fun Stuck in a cooking lull? Check out these ideas for how to make putting food on the table each night just a little more fun… more

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o fry me a river
how to make fab fried rice
Fried rice is one of those dishes that should be in everyone’s cooking repertoire. But if you've tried making it in the past and ended up with a gummy, soy-sauce drenched mess, you might think it's easier just to call for take-out. Resist the urge: keep just a few tips in mind, and you’ll be able to whip up a yummy fried rice that works equally well as either a one-dish meal, or part of a bigger feast. more
o wheat it out easy gluten-free cooking For the increasingly large number of people diagnosed with Celiac disease each year -- whose bodies can't tolerate the seemingly ubiquitous ingredient wheat gluten -- buying many common processed foods can be a tricky situation. Whether you're trying to learn to cook gluten-free for yourself, a dear family member or a good friend, Emily Meyer offers advice on how too whip up easy gluten-free foods that are so good, even the gluten-tolerant won't notice what's missing. more
o back to basics: how to cook a pork chop
o love me, love me a Valentine's day menu
o nordic nosh winter dishes, Scandinavian style: part two Snow and ice and bone-chilling temps in the forecast -- brrrr, it's winter out there! Warm up with some good, hearty Norwegian fare. Kiera Tara O'Brien offers up easy recipes for some Scandinavian favorites. New this week: part two, featuring a tasty menu focused on seaside flavors. Plus, don't forget to check out part one as well: the landlover's feast.
o sweet treats: peanut butter cookies
o cooking through the workweek weekday meal planning tips
o choosing sides three easy Thanksgiving side dishes
o this little piggie an illustrated guide to pork cuts
o use your noodle chinese noodle soup with egg & veggies 
o fresh starts un-boring your breakfast


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