Instant Pot Vietnamese Chicken Pho

Instant Pot Vietnamese Chicken Pho

Vietnamese Pho is a beautifully fragrant and healthy noodle soup. Pho can be made using any kind of protein, the most popular being beef pho, but our favorite is Chicken Pho. Chicken Pho is much easier to make and the broth is much lighter than...

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Korean Gochujang Drizzle

Korean Gochujang Drizzle

This crazy flavorful Korean Gochujang Drizzle sauce is made with a few staple pantry ingredients and can be whipped up in minutes. It's as easy as putting all of the ingredients into a mason jar and shaking it up! You won't be able to stop making this sauce! Korean...

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Leftover Turkey in Pumpkin Chili

Leftover Turkey in Pumpkin Chili

You can only eat so much Thanksgiving flavored foods after the holiday has ended, right? Let's mix it up with this Leftover Turkey Pumpkin Chili! We still have tons of fall and warming flavors and spices, but this is a nice change of pace from the...

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Leftover Turkey Cranberry BBQ Sandwiches

Leftover Turkey Cranberry BBQ Sandwiches

I know I'm not the only one who gets bored of eating the same flavors for days after the big Thanksgiving meal, right? Take that leftover turkey and turn it into something completely unique with this recipe for pulled turkey cranberry barbecue...

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Easy Spiced Nuts

Easy Spiced Nuts

These easy spiced nuts are the perfect crunchy snack or topping for your Buddha Bowl to always keep at arms length! This versatile recipe is a little sweet, a little spicy, and nice and toasty. Easily change up the nuts and spices by raiding your...

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Our Best Tips for Reinventing Thanksgiving Leftovers

Our Best Tips for Reinventing Thanksgiving Leftovers

Thanksgiving should be a time for us to be more grateful and less wasteful Did you know that Thanksgiving is one of the biggest food waste days of the year in America? This year, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation estimates 45 million pounds of green beans and 30...

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Quinoa in the Microwave

Quinoa in the Microwave

Save time and learn how to make quinoa in the microwave in just minutes!  Quinoa is so nutritious and high in fiber, it is super healthy and can be added into just about any dish. Quinoa does not have to be eaten on its own, in fact, I prefer it mixed in with...

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Myth busted! You can refrigerate your potatoes!

Myth busted! You can refrigerate your potatoes!

Should I refrigerate potatoes? We researched extensively and referenced recent studies from University of Idaho Extension and Potato Research Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and other resources (links to research at end of article.) The best way to store...

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The best tongs sits up and off the counter

The best tongs sits up and off the counter

My main weapon in the kitchen for cooking is tongs. I can stir, flip, push and grab. Since I use a combo of both stainless steel cookware and ceramic coated non-stick cookware, the tongs have to be silicone. After years of testing and buying multiple brands, this one...

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Favorite way to remove excess oil from stock and sauces

Favorite way to remove excess oil from stock and sauces

An ultra fine mesh skimmer helps remove oils and small food particles from soups and sauces. To skim and remove excess oil from sauces and soups, I use an ultra-fine mesh skimmer. The holes are so small that you can pick up small drops of oil from your pot. I make...

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The only time you should refrigerate tomatoes

The only time you should refrigerate tomatoes

What you'll learn: Why scientists and research centers oppose refrigerating tomatoes - what actually happens? The only exception to the rule - when to refrigerate tomatoes The best temperature to store tomatoes How peel a tomato in 15 seconds without boiling water...

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Secret ingredient to Thai cooking

Secret ingredient to Thai cooking

The leaves on this tree is the magical ingredient in Thai cooking, providing an unmistakable bright, intensely aromatic lime-y flavor. This ingredient is most commonly known as "kaffir lime leaves," however the Oxford Companion to Food recommends using its other name,...

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What to do with leftover ginger

What to do with leftover ginger

  How to use leftover ginger to flavor cooking wine. Preserve ginger by grating and freezing, just snap off what you need. The next time you have leftover ginger, don't throw it away! Here are two ideas that will help you make best use of ginger. What to do with...

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Shortcut to clean, clear homemade broth

Shortcut to clean, clear homemade broth

When making homemade soup, how to get the cleanest, clearest broth possible. Have you ever made homemade meat based broth and find a layer of foam on top? That foam is what I call soup scum. It's basically from the surface of the meat that you are using - blood,...

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A Nifty Trick: How To Peel and Cut Kiwi Fruit

A Nifty Trick: How To Peel and Cut Kiwi Fruit

These little fuzzy kiwi fruits are fussy to peel, because the skin is so incredibly thin, and a perfectly ripe kiwi is delicate to handle. But it's still one of my favorite tropical fruits, as I love the sweet, tart, juicy fruit with the crunchy little black seeds!...

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