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we love breakfast for dinner for two reasons: it's immensely comforting — who doesn't want to dig into a pile of pancakes after a long, hard day? — and it's quite affordable. so many recipes not only center around protein-rich eggs, but also things like veggies, oats, beans, and tortillas, all of which are wholesome, hearty, and pretty wallet-friendly. next time you need some inspiration for dinner, think about what you love to make for breakfast instead. read more »

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the approach you take for meal planning makes all the difference in setting yourself up for success. of course tips and strategies for getting started, choosing a week of recipes, shopping for your meal plan, and bringing it all together are crucial. but it's just as important to identify all the points where it can go wrong, and then having a smart solution to avoid each and every pitfall. read more »

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it's st. patrick's day this week, which is a terrific excuse to not only drink green beer and don some plaid, but also to drink irish coffee. if you ask our assistant food editor sheela, the best irish coffee is made by her uncle eddie — and we have tested this method and found it to be a winner. get the recipe: how to make irish coffee but if you ask me, the very best irish coffee comes from new orleans. read more »

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there are so many mexican ingredients we love to fill our pantry with, but lately we can't get enough of one in particular: tajín. the traditional spice blend of chili powder, salt, and dehydrated lime juice is a little spicy, a bit salty, and a little tangy all at once. while it's most commonly sprinkled over fresh fruit, one taste of it and we guarantee you'll want to sprinkle it on other things like grilled vegetables, avocado, and, yes, chex mix. read more »

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congrats on your fancy new appliance! that is very exciting. just know that you'll have to do a few things before you can get cooking. read more »

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even if you don't shake or stir up many cocktails at home, you may have a bottle of aromatic bitters tucked away in the back of your liquor cabinet for that occasional old fashioned or manhattan you or a dinner party guest craves. while bitters are most at home in cocktails, their complex flavor makes them ideal contenders for not only other drinks, but also foods. here are five smart ways to take bitters beyond the bar cart. read more »

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everyone knows the glory of true movie-theater popcorn, gilded with real melted butter, crunchy and rich. but did you know there's a way to take that popcorn all the way up to 11? dial it up, people. brown butter is your ticket to the most award-winning popcorn on the planet. read more »

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there's black tea and there's green tea, but within each of these categories is a vast and flavorful array of different varieties. today we're looking at green tea, what it is, how much caffeine it really has, and some of the most popular kinds from china and japan. if you've been sipping just one or two types of green tea, you may be surprised at how many other kinds there are to explore. read more »

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if you're a fan of carnitas, meaty ragùs, pork stews like chili verde, and pulled pork, then pork shoulder is a cut that's already on your radar. it's one of the best bets when you need to feed a crowd or make a meal with leftovers to spare. in this guide we're going to make sure you know all the important details about this thrifty cut of meat. from buying a pork shoulder to the prep and cooking that happens before it hits your table, here's what you need to know to master this cut of meat. read more »

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ah, marmite. when i think of that little glass pot of yeasty goodness, with its familiar yellow lid and iconic label, i can't help but ask myself one simple question: how do i love thee? read more »

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hanging a pegboard in your kitchen? you won't regret it! just make sure you paint it — and follow these easy pointers — first. read more »

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everyone feels stressed, and everyone has some anxiety, but it's the level at which we experience it and how we deal with it that sets us apart. some people might find some solace in going running, while others think the best thing you can do is take a hot shower and go to bed. it's so personal, and yet i always love hearing how other people take care of themselves or find comfort when they're stressed or anxious. food is one way we can take care of ourselves every day — and i'm not talking about just "healthy" options. a couple weeks ago i asked our readers to tell me what they eat when they're stressed and i received a bevy of answers. here are some of the trends i saw in the comment section on facebook and on the post itself. read more »

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everyone feels stressed, and everyone has some anxiety, but it's the level at which we experience it and how we deal with it that sets us apart. some people might find some solace in going running, while others think the best thing you can do is take a hot shower and go to bed. it's so personal, and yet i always love hearing how other people take care of themselves or find comfort when they're stressed or anxious. food is one way we can take care of ourselves every day — and i'm not talking about just "healthy" options. a couple weeks ago i asked our readers to tell me what they eat when they're stressed and i received a bevy of answers. here are some of the trends i saw in the comment section on facebook and on the post itself. read more »

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you have more in common with the leafy base you prefer in your daily greens than you think. don't worry, though: your salads aren't boring and neither are you. see what your preference says about you below. read more »

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there is no denying the pleasure of brownies. whether you like them fudgy, chewy, or cakey, or whether your prefer an edge piece or a square cut from the center of the pan, this chocolatey treat induces leg-twisting, toe-curling, silly grin delight. but what if we told you that you could make your favorite brownies, only better and easier? here are the very best tips and tricks from the kitchn editors. read more »

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so you took our advice and decided to build yourself an indoor fort. yay for you! we totally support indoor forts staying up as long as possible — after all, you did go through all that effort — but if you're not sure how long is too long, just ask yourself these five questions. read more »

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getting a satisfying meal on the table is quite simple when there is ground beef in the equation. whether it's being patted into burgers, spooned over pasta, or even sprinkled over salad, the possibilities are nearly endless when you have a pound of ground beef on hand. here are 20 extra-hearty dinners to make with this humble yet hardworking ingredient. read more »

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no matter what you're in the market for — a fridge, a range, a dishwasher, or all three — there are five key questions you should ask yourself. run through this list before you even go to a single store — and answer honestly. read more »

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if a cajun woman makes a pancake, does that mean it's a cajun pancake? that's an ongoing joke in my home. with the commercialization of cajun, it appears that anything can be cajun. truth is, there are so many different versions of cajun and everyone's cajun breakfast table is different. this is mine. read more »

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snow is piling up outside your window and you're stuck at home for the foreseeable future. sure, you can tackle some chores, but after you've organized your kitchen, cooked your heart out, and watched a handful of movies and tv shows, you might be ready for another kind of stimulation. may we suggest diving into some podcasts? not only are they free to listen to, but they can also be downloaded or streamed instantly. (who are we kidding? you know what a podcast is!) whether you're looking for something to enlighten you, amuse you, make you emotional, or just make you think, we've got the perfect podcast to suggest. so put on a pot of tea, snuggle under your favorite blanket, and fill up your queue with some of the most innovative podcasts available. read more »

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green! greenery is the pantone color of the year and the unofficial color of march. and because it comes in all sorts of shades — from lime to emerald and everything in between — there's sure to be something here for everyone. here's how you can bring more of this rich hue into your own kitchen. read more »

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green! greenery is the pantone color of the year and the unofficial color of march. and because it comes in all sorts of shades — from lime to emerald and everything in between — there's sure to be something here for everyone. here's how you can bring more of this rich hue into your own kitchen. read more »

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the best part of owning a slow cooker is that you don't really have to think about it much. you do, however, have to think about a few factors before you can buy one. in the market for one? ask yourself these five questions before you shell out the cash. read more »

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unless you've had your head in the sand, you probably know that flamingos are super popular these days. (they may even be cooler than pineapples.) it's true. just check out these fun finds. they're all for the birds — and also your kitchen. read more »

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are pegboards the greatest kitchen storage solutions of all time? going off of these photos, we're inclined to say yes. check them out and get some inspiration for your own kitchen. read more »

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st. patrick's day is often associated with eating corned beef and colcannon, and drinking dark beer, but if you're looking for a light-hearted way to celebrate the day that doesn't require much preparation, we've got a series of treats for you. the goal behind this series was to create fun, easy-to-make treats that would help parents (or really anyone) do something festive on st. patrick's day. from a bright-green lemonade to mint chocolate puppy chow, here are a few ideas. read more »

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if a cajun woman makes a pancake, does that mean it's a cajun pancake? that's an ongoing joke in my home. with the commercialization of cajun, it appears that anything can be cajun. truth is, there are so many different versions of cajun and everyone's cajun breakfast table is different. this is mine. read more »

http://feeds.thekitchn.com/~r/apartmenttherapy/thekitchn/~3/8zTm57Son_0/this-is-what-cajun-food-really-looks-like-240483
if you're looking to purchase a new fridge, you're probably a bit perplexed about where to start — especially if you've never gone through this before. well, we've got you covered with a few of the most vital need-to-know items. read on and you'll be sure to stay savvy as you navigate the fridge market. read more »

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this won't be the only time you hear me say it, but paper straws have got to go. yes, they look adorable on your bar and your instagram, but they get so soggy. because i'm a sucker for cuteness, though, i do have an alternative for you: stainless steel straws. read more »

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well, it's not peony season at trader joe's just yet. and ranunculus and anemone aren't particularly cheap or plentiful either, so what's a girl supposed to do for a dinner party centerpiece? you could go the route of supermarket carnations or roses, but if you're looking to try something a little different and springy, why not give plants a go? greenery is the pantone color of the year, after all. follow these bloggers' leads for your next gathering. read more »

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whether you're irish or not, st. patrick's day in america means turning all the things green. every march 17, the color seems to work its way into people's wardrobes, food, and pint glasses. read more »

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the french have such a sensible attitude towards breakfast: chocolate is perfectly acceptable under the right circumstances. probably the most famous of these acceptable chocolate-for-breakfast situations is the iconic chocolate croissant. but there's yet another way that you can embrace chocolate at the breakfast table, thanks to the french: chocolate clafoutis. read more »

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with the advent of smartphones and smartwatches and smart, well, everything, you'd think kitchen timers would have become a thing of the past, right? nope! we still swear by the little guys when it comes to keeping track of time. and with all these cute and helpful options, you might too. read more »

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hey, you! yes, you with the sticky fingers and the smudgy marks on your face. if you like to put chocolate (milk! white! dark! whatever!) in your mouth, this print is for you. read more »

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do you have kids? are you really (really) into hygge? you could build your own fort this weekend (and we highly recommend it), but if you don't want to go through the trouble, there are tons of indoor tents you can buy. they're usually meant for children, which means they can be pretty small, but they're at least big enough for a single adult — and a book. note: they can get pretty expensive (especially compared to the free sheets and blankets you already have in your linen closet), so this option is best for people who are seriously into the idea of hiding out. read more »

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at kitchn, we are big fans of ikea. it is, after all, the inventor of the råskog utility cart. but the swedish superstore is no one-trick pony! it delights and amazes outside the home as well. in fact, an $18 ikea find is the best travel companion that's ever hit the road with me. (no offense to past travel buddies!) read more »

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it's hard to beat the taste of freshly popped popcorn. when it's extra fluffy, crisp, and still warm, polishing off a whole bowl seems like an easy task. chances are, however, that you may slow down and be left with enough in the bowl for another snack session. the problem is, though, that popcorn can get stale pretty quickly. rather than tossing it and starting from scratch, there's actually a quick and easy way to refresh the leftovers and get them tasting like new. read more »

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have you been lusting after a high-powered blender? wondering about upgrading from that cheap-o blender to one that can make your morning smoothie without choking? well here's a deal you should know about. one of our favorite professional-style blenders is on serious sale. read more »

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shamrock shakes are seasonal milkshakes made with vanilla ice cream and flavored with mint and given a hint of leafy green color. these festive drinks are only available from late february to mid-march from their famous drive-thru inventor, but you can make these milkshakes all year long and turn them into a refreshing ice pop for enjoying any time of year (or hey, just st. paddy's day). read more »

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if you're in the midst of planning dinner tonight and feel like you just need "something green" to round out the meal, look no further. we've rounded up our favorite green vegetable side dishes that fit the bill just about any night of the week. whether you're craving a quick arugula salad, spicy roasted green beans, crunchy sautéed snap peas, or just about anything in between, this is a list you can turn to whenever you're on the hunt for that "something green" for dinner. read more »

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you guys, i have found the very best "recipe" for movie popcorn, and you only need one extra ingredient besides the popcorn. now, i'm not talking about fancy movie-theater popcorn or the popcorn that chefs and food personalties would probably recommend (i get it, i love nutritional yeast too!). no, i'm talking about the kind of popcorn that perfectly complements any movie you're watching. something easy and fun, and that feels a little bit like cheating it's so good. i don't care if you're making popcorn on the stove, or if you bought one of the jumbo butter popcorn sleeves at the grocery store and you plan to nuke it in the microwave — here's the one ingredient that will elevate your popcorn and, ultimately, your movie experience. read more »

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on the increasingly rare occasion that i meet someone who has never been to or heard of wegmans, i can't help but feel a little sad for them. although it may be hard to believe for those unfamiliar with the grocery store, it was a source of great joy and entertainment where i grew up. in my suburban pennsylvania hometown, wegmans was so much more than a supermarket: it was a staple of my teenage social schedule! it was a way of life! read more »

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we cook casseroles year-round — yes, that's right! come spring this king of convenience goes a little lighter to take on the flavors of the season. the easiest way to do it is with spring produce; vegetables like asparagus, peas, fennel, and spinach are all fair game once they begin to show up at grocery stores and markets. we've rounded up 15 crowd-pleasing casseroles to enjoy throughout the season, from a lighter take on macaroni and cheese made with vegetables and cottage cheese to a stovetop tuna noodle casserole made bright and wholesome with tender florets of broccoli. don't ditch the casserole for spring — just update it! read more »

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do you strive to get weeknight dinners on the table in 30 minutes or less? i know i do, and i have a hunch i'm not alone. choosing the best recipes for the job is one step in the right direction, but there's an even more important tool to achieve this dinner victory: the real key to mastering 30-minute meals is your pantry. read more »

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