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7 Kitchen Appliances That Are Worth The Counter Space

Amazon Just as soon as you finally discard another rarely used appliance (goodbye, George Foreman grill), it seems as though another “must have” is showing up in the kitchen (hello, air fryer). But smart home cooks know that the mark of a truly worthwhile appliance is one that provides solid value in exchange for both […]

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The Comfort And Joy Of Making Afghan Food

Habiba Syed/Laila Mir/Madina Amin Top left, clockwise: tukhm e banjan rumi, bolani, oogra and cream rolls. Afghanistan is framed as much by Hollywood and the media as it is by the war on the ground. The tropes are wearyingly familiar: newsroom visuals of gaunt men with rifles piled on moving trucks, movies using a murky […]

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5 Common Instant Pot Mistakes And How To Fix Them

Smith Collection/Gado via Getty Images This can be avoided (and in case it happens anyway, read below to find out how to fix it). It’s easy to see the appeal of an Instant Pot, a versatile multicooker appliance that can cook food in record speed, but there is definitely a learning curve when it comes […]

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10 Foods That’ll Help Boost Your Immune System This Fall

At this point, most of us know that the very best thing we can do to give our immune system a boost is to get our COVID-19 vaccine and flu shot, and a COVID booster, if you’re eligible. But as the days grow darker and colder and we’re faced with a possible “twindemic” — meaning […]

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What It Takes For Filipino Food To Finally Have A Seat At The Table

Isabella Carapella/HuffPost Chef Philip Esteban is helping raise Filipino cuisine to the forefront of San Diego’s culinary scene, while also working with friends to run a nonprofit called Open Gym that provides meals, community programs and resources to underserved communities. Esteban works as a board member for A Reason to Survive, a nonprofit creative program […]

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The Mysterious Ice Cube In Emily Mariko’s Rice, Explained

Move over, baked feta pasta and hot cocoa bombs. There’s a new viral TikTok recipe on the scene. Lifestyle vlogger Emily Mariko’s salmon rice bowl is the latest culinary sensation on the video-sharing app. The dish combines leftover salmon, leftover white rice, kimchi, Kewpie mayonnaise, Sriracha, soy sauce, avocado and dried seaweed. Advertisement Mariko’s TikTok […]

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7 Underrated Foods You Should Be Making In Your Instant Pot

REDA&CO via Getty Images Did you know you can use the “yogurt” button on your Instant Pot to make burrata? Instant Pot fans know there are certain ingredients that go into the pressure cooker and come out tasting delicious, from chicken and rice to pulled pork. But if you make the same things over and […]

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Your To-Go Coffee Is Killing The Planet. Making These Small Changes Can Help.

Peter Dazeley via Getty Images By skipping the plastic lid on your to-go coffee, you’ll use less plastic (although your beverage will get cold faster). Many of us became experts at brewing coffee at home (and even making lattes and cappuccinos) during the pandemic. But if you were vaccinated earlier this year, a major perk […]

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You Can’t Have Emily Mariko’s Life, But You Can Have Her Stuff

Amazon/Bed Bath & Beyond/TikTok Lifestyle vlogger Emily Mariko has captured the internet recently. If you’ve been on TikTok lately, then you’ve likely stumbled across Emily Mariko. The lifestyle vlogger has gone viral on the app in recent weeks mostly thanks to her homemade salmon bowl, which is just as much a visual meditation as it […]

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More Parents Are Rejecting Nightly Family Dinners — And Experts Say That’s OK

CSA-Printstock via Getty Images The family dinner norm comes from middle class culture, said Laura Bellows, an associate professor in the division of nutritional science at Cornell University. “Families seek that ‘three-legged stool’ of timing, food and togetherness, but, especially for low-income families, that can be harder to achieve,” she said. There’s no phrase more […]

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