Nick Smith

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9 Foods That Will Fill You Up Without Filling You Out

Here’s how to quiet your growling stomach until the next meal

#Recipe : Peanut Butter Stuffed Brownies

Recipes<p><b>Ingredients</b><p><b>Brownies</b><br>2 oz unsweetened chocolate, melted<br>1/3 cup canola oil<br>2 eggs<br>1 cup sugar<br>3/4 cup flour<br>1/2 tsp baking powder<br>1/2 tsp salt<p><b>Topping</b><br>1 …

This quad-core Windows 10 tablet costs less than $100 | On MSFT

Still looking for last minute gifts this holiday season? If you’re looking to get one of your friends or family members a simple tablet, then this …

Zucchini Taco Shells Are A Delicious Solution To Summer's Bounty

Taco night is a little more healthy.<p>No matter how many new zucchini recipes you've tried this year, at this point in the season, the bounty of summer squash has some of us desperately searching for something fresh. Not one more fritter can be fried, not one more squash slice pickled. We get it. …

17 Ways to Cook With Sumac, Your Next New Pantry Obsession

Sumac is the best seasoning you're not using. It's lemony, astringent, and tangy—and we love adding it to these 17 recipes.<p><b>Sumac isn't a pantry staple across America—yet</b>. But with its bright, astringent flavor and use-it-with-everything versatility, this deep red Middle Eastern spice is ready for …

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Choose to Infuse: How to Make Your Own Wine, Fruit Vinegar, and More

<i>When summer comes around, we try to find ways to make it last forever. So every day this week, we'll bring you a new guide to preserving the season's best herbs, fruits, and vegetables. Today: How to infuse everything from booze to honey.</i><p>Canning not your jam? There’s another awesome—dare we say …

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Crepes

If you too have been intimidated by crepes as I once was, have no fear, if I can do it, anyone can do it. Make extra batter if you think you might need more practice and simply adopt the carefree attitude of the French.<p>Crepes have always intimidated me. When I was in culinary school, I would make …

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8 Food Blog Links We Love

<i>We've scoured the web for our favorite food blog posts, and now we're bringing them right to your desktop. It’s hard work, but someone has to do it.</i><p><i>This week: salads, sort-of salads, and a pie (we're not</i> so <i>virtuous).</i><p>Tabbouleh—with creamy tahini dressing—in a taco? Why not? (The Best Bite of the …

33 Basil Recipes So You Can Eat and Drink It At Every Meal

Sweet, sweet basil deserves all of your attention. Pay it proper respect with these delicious recipes.<p><b>Yes, you should be making copious amounts of pesto</b> with your summertime basil. But this sweet herb is good for a whole lot more than sauce. Here's the proof.

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This Waffle Recipe Will Change Brunch Forever

Pancakes are easy, but achieving that perfect waffle ratio of crispy exterior and fluffy interior can be pretty tough. With the help of our friends at ChefSteps and some key ingredients, you'll be improving your breakfast game in no time. Get the recipe for yeasted waffles here.<p>Make …

Tools of the Trade: What You Really Need in Your Kitchen

Who would have thought that a utensil inspired by a woodworking tool could become so indispensable in the kitchen?<p>As you stroll through your local mall, you may someday be tempted by the siren call of such seductive purveyors of kitchenware as Williams-Sonoma or Sur La Table. Heck, even the …

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