Samantha Gehring

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Turmeric Lemonade Recipe

<i>This turmeric lemonade is crazy easy to toss together with real lemon and honey and, thanks to the turmeric, is anti-inflammatory and healing. It</i> …

Turmeric

10 Super-Helpful Charts Every Baker Needs to Pin

Never mess up another lattice pie crust ever again.<p>When it comes to baking, it pays to be precise. So the next time you fire up your oven, make sure to have these incredibly helpful charts on hand.

This Mesmerizing Video Shows the Sake-Making Process From Start to Finish

This slick black-and-white video is not, in fact, a music video for Japan's hottest new obscure band. Rather, it offers "a glimpse into the production process today at Matsumoto Sake Brewing Co. in Kyoto, which has been making sake since 1791," RocketNews explains. In just four minutes, watch the …

Strange But Good: 8 New Things to Do with Tortillas

<i>To quesadillas, and beyond! Here are 8 new and exciting ways to use tortillas.</i><p>You bought that bag of tortillas (or made a batch yourself, you go-getter, you) because you were excited about upcoming taco night or dreaming of a unabashedly gooey quesadilla. And we're certainly not ones to knock taco …

Chili Mango Chicken

Food

'Nut' Your Average Eggnog: Why You Should Make Dairy-Free Nog This Year

Homemade eggnog is great. This cashew nut nog is better.<p>Nothing says "Happy Holidays" quite like a cup of eggnog. It's spiced, it's sweet, and if you've been naughty, it's spiked. We can perfectly remember the sticky, mouth-coating taste of the store-bought jugs of our youth. It's a tradition we …

Eggnog

The Quick and Dirty Guide to Brining Chicken or Turkey

Serious Eats<p>VIDEOS<p>Watch More Videos<p>Brining or dry-brining your bird can mean the difference between dry turkey and supremely moist and plump turkey. Over the years, I've written many articles on brining (or not brining) turkeys. Much of this info can already be found in our Definitive Guide to …