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12 Ways to Turn a Rotisserie Chicken Into a Week's Worth of Meals

The next time you go grocery shopping, pick up a rotisserie chicken. In addition to being a Costco cult favorite, these flavorful, fragrant birds are …

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How to make limoncello with just four ingredients and in just 10 days

A four-ingredient recipe for Limoncello is taking the internet by storm.<p>The syrupy-sweet Italian liqueur is notoriously painstaking to make, …

Pernil Asado Recipe - Chowhound

1<p>Combine the salt, oregano, and pepper in a small bowl.<p>2<p>Rinse the pork with cold water and pat dry with paper towels. Make 3 to 4 horizontal …

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Upgrade Your Thanksgiving Side Dish Game With This Bacon, Apple and Brussel Sprouts Hash Recipe

Lay this bacon, apple and Brussels sprout hash on your Thanksgiving table, and you’ll have an instant classic. This side dish isn’t just your ordinary plate of veggies — after the first bite, your guests will demand you make it again next year. Brussels sprouts, shallots and an apple get a quick …

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Recipe: Killer collards, as adapted from The Red Rooster Cookbook

<b>The Red Rooster Cookbook: The Story of Food and Hustle in Harlem</b><p><i>By Marcus Samuelsson</i><p><i>Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin</i><p><i>Harcourt, 384 pages, $52.95, publishes on Oct. 18</i><p>From its opening dedication "to the people of Harlem," it's clear that Marcus Samuelsson's <i>The Red Rooster Cookbook</i> is much more than a …

Want To Be Happier At Work? Forget About Yourself

"In fact, it is a constitutive characteristic of being human that it always points, and is directed, to something other than itself." - Viktor Frankl<p>It was a bitter northern Colorado winter day last December. The kind of day on a college campus when students anxiously wait for that magical e-mail …

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