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5 Creative Ways to Cook with Spaghetti Squash (There Will Be Funnel Cake)

Stop! Don't douse that spaghetti squash with marinara sauce—try one of these recipes, instead.<p>Here's the thing about spaghetti squash. We don't actually want it to be spaghetti-like. We'll just use plain ole spaghetti for that one; there's no use trying to re-fashion squash to act like pasta.<p>And …

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Baking Bootcamp: Apple Pie Biscuits

Baking is all about sharing. Sharing recipes, sharing techniques, and most definitely sharing biscuits!<p>It’s time for our second challenge in the …

Chicken Quesadillas

Chicken Quesadillas are absolutely a go-to recipe in our household, but while I’ve made them on my show (and have posted different variations of …

Fresh Honeydew Margaritas

• Author: Cookie and Kate<br>• Prep Time: 5 mins<br>• Cook Time: 5 mins<br>• Total Time: 10 minutes<br>• Yield: 1 cocktail<br>• Category: Cocktail<br>• Cuisine: Mexican<p>★★★★★<p>5 from 4 …

Korean Spicy Marinated Pork With Chilies and Kimchi (Jaeyook Kimchi Bokum) Recipe

There are too many great meat dishes in the Korean canon to pick a favorite, but this one of stir-fried marinated pork with kimchi is definitely in my top five. Easy to make, it features thin strips of pork shoulder in a spicy-sweet blend of Korean chili paste, garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and sesame …

Me, Me, Me: People Who Overuse The First-Person Singular Are More Depressed

A new study links first-person singular pronouns to relationship problems and higher rates of depression.<p>Researchers in Germany have found that people who frequently use first-person singular words like "I," "me," and "myself," are more likely to be depressed and have more interpersonal problems …

Researchers Trace Languages Of Billions Back To One Ancient Ancestor

At the end of the last ice age, a single language fractured, until it became the languages we speak across Asia and Europe.<p>At least 15,000 years ago, a single language started to break up. It broke into about seven different languages and, over the next 5,000 years, splintered into thousands more. …