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Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Latkes Recipe

Filled with onion and black pepper, these latkes showcase the savory side of sweet potatoes. If you prefer your sweet potatoes a little sweeter, add one peeled, grated Granny Smith apple to the mixture.<p>To ensure crispy latkes, fry no more than three latkes at a time. This ensures that oil doesn't …

How to make Spicy Potato Roast | Urulai Varuval | Spicy Aloo Roast | Side Dish for Rice | Potato Recipes - Learning-to-cook

1. Boil the potatoes and peel off the skin. Let it cool down. Cut into cubes.<p>2. Add the rice flour and mix thoroughly so that potatoes are well …

Coconut Milk Rice Pudding with Citrus and Ginger Recipe on Food52

• 1 can (13.6 fluid oz.) full fat coconut milk<br>• 1 cup water<br>• 3/4 cup orange juice<br>• 2 teaspoons vanilla extract<br>• 1/8 teaspoon sea salt<br>• 1 cup long grain basmati rice<br>• 2 to 4 tablespoons maple syrup, to taste<br>• 1 teaspoon cinnamon<br>• 1 teaspoon ground ginger<br>• 1 tablespoon orange zest<p>Mix the coconut milk, water, orange …

Recipes

Dairy-Free

Kabocha squash is a vitamin-rich alternative to potatoes in this creamy soup that can be served hot or cold. <i>...read more</i><p>These roasted vegetables are …

14 Travel Tattoos That Will Give You Wanderlust

Those four weeks you spent traveling in Turkey last year were ah-may-zing, but that little trinket you brought back to remind you of your trip just isn’t doing it for you anymore. You’ve tried everything you can to incorporate travel decor into your home and display your souvenirs proudly, but …

Travel

17 Make-Ahead Breakfasts for Busy Mornings

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but busy mornings result in us skipping it altogether more often than not. These 17 make-ahead options make starting the day off right with some non-coffee sustenance much much easier. Featuring a wide spectrum of healthy <i>and</i> indulgent eats, you’ll be …

Breakfast

6 ways to up your hot chocolate game

slurp it up, baby. slurp it up.<p>Some people's January pasttimes include taking a barre class, or knitting, or creating some kickass ceramics. Mine, on the other hand, primarily consist of binge watching Netflix shows, reading a few book club picks, and sipping (read: chugging) hot chocolate. …

Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

World Cup<p>The least red-white-and-blue (if you don’t count Russia!) major sporting event in our time will be the most chaotic, entertaining, and …

Lifestyle

Kamila Shamsie sails to Antarctica

The morning I set foot on the Antarctic peninsula for the first time, I saw the back of a green-scaled creature between floating pieces of ice. Others in the inflatable Zodiac boat saw it at the same time, and we called out to the expedition leader, Dr Gary Miller, to identify it. “That’s ice,” …

Antarctica

These Travel Instagram Accounts Will Inspire Extreme Wanderlust

Toronto native Tom Ryaboi—better known by his Instagram handle @roof_topper—has “been on more roofs than Santa Claus,” shooting gorgeous, …

What to Eat When It's Really Cold Out (Really, Really Cold)

Yes, it's cold out. Maybe even too cold to go out for dinner. But wait till you read what the first man to cross Antarctica by dogsled had to eat before you start complaining.<p>Yes, we know you're cold. Sure, we agree that you'd "literally" be risking frostbite by going out to eat. And we totally get …

Nutrition

British Woman Raped in Her Sleep More Than 300 Times – by Her Husband

For Sarah Tetley, a nightmare turned out to be reality.<p>The 26-year-old says she was brutally raped in her sleep by her husband Charlie Tetley more …

More Than Half Of American Public Schoolchildren Now Live In Poverty: Study

For the first time, more than half of U.S. public school students live in low-income households, according to a new analysis from the Southern Education Foundation.<p>Overall, 51 percent of U.S. schoolchildren came from low-income households in 2013, according to the foundation, which analyzed data …