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Stuff them, bake them, or puree them—tomatoes do it all! From side dishes to soup, these tomato recipes are perfect for everyday cooking.
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In the spirit of Earth Day, we found reusable paper towels that actually work.
The kitchen is a place for teaching, tasting, and sharing love in the Tila household.
We tagged along with Top Chef Junior stars and real-life buds Nikki Bidun and Olivia Acosta to see what they cook when the cameras are off.
For a Friendsgiving feast with your food-loving pals, check out our menu with all of your Turkey Day faves: soup, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, turkey, and, of course, pie! Bonus: these are all pretty portable and potluck-friendly, so have your friends make some dishes and bring 'em over.
Chickpeas, garbanzo beans—whatever you call 'em, these protein-packed little guys are one of the best pantry staples ever. Keep them on hand for hummus, soups, stews, snacks, even weeknight veggie burgers!
Get cozy with some of our best baked pasta recipes. These dishes are simple enough for a weeknight and most of them can feed a crowd. But we totally wouldn't blame you if you just wanted to save all of the leftovers for yourself!
There are many ways to cook with eggplant: fried, baked, grilled and even as a substitute for meat. Explore some of our favorite techniques to use on this versatile and delicious fruit (yes, it's a fruit!).
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When your kids burst through the door after totally ravenous (hey, we've all been there), give them something healthy AND tasty that will keep them satisfied 'til dinner. Who's the best mom ever? You are!
True story: Plums are SO good right now. We're usually in favor of eating plums by themselves straight out of the farmers' market bag, right over the sink so the juices can run freely down your arms. But when you're in the mood for a real dessert, there aren't many fruits that can compete with this stone fruit's sweetness. Buy a ton at the market and make these easy recipes before summer goes away!
Farmers' market produce is SO GOOD right now. Plums, peaches, zucchini, tomatoes, corn – you name it, it's all there! So make the most of your glorious haul with these super-fresh weeknight dinners the whole family will love.
Fry 'em up–but don't stop there! We've got tons of great ideas for what to do with unripe green tomatoes.
Make good mornings even better with these simple and satisfying breakfast recipes. Whether you're trying to hustle your kids out the door or just whipping up something easy for yourself, your new favorite breakfast is waiting right here for you!
You're going to want to put it on EVERYTHING.
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Can you stand the heat? Prove it! We've rounded up some of our best hot sauce recipes to get you all fired up.
Your favorite bird is hitting the grill! Get our 40 best chicken recipes, from wings and thighs to salads and skewers!
Cherry tomatoes are small but mighty! They go way beyond a simple salad toss-in — you can roast 'em, burst 'em, dress 'em up or eat 'em raw. Check out some of our favorite ways to cook with cherry tomatoes below.
Greek yogurt is great on its own, but if that's the only way you're eating it, you're missing out! Use Greek yogurt to make healthier dips and sauces, cool down hot recipes and give your dishes a deliciously Mediterranean flair.
Take advantage of sweet summer produce with these fruity apps. Bonus: Since summer fruit is so flavorful on its own, many of these recipes call for five ingredients or less!
Put a big smile on Dad's face with a brunch he'll love this Father's Day. Whether he's a simple-is-best kinda guy or can't want to dig into a fancy spread on his special day, there's something for everyone on this list. Bonus: the kids can help in the kitchen!
Seventy new pieces were just added to Rach's shop. Better yet, it's all for a good cause!
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Summer is a great time to lighten things up! Fire up the grill and bring on the peak summer fruit, the fresh seafood, the fun dressings, and more.
Cookout season is here—bring on the potato salad! Whether you're looking for a classic recipe or something out-of-the-box to liven things up, you'll find it here. And here's a trick that carries over to all of these recipes: when boiling spuds, start them in cold water to prevent them from being mushy on the outside and crunchy on the inside. Pass the potatoes!
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