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  • 12 successful kid-friendly recipe, foods your kids will love! How about homemade corny dogs, piggies or mummies in crescent rolls, snow ice cream, caramel apples, and many more? These recipes are kid tested by my grand kids!

    12 Successful Kid-Friendly Recipes

    12 Successful Kid-Friendly Recipes

    by Margie's Southern Kitchen0

  • Butternut squash soup, slow cooker roast, and cheesecake stuffed pumpkin bread. This menu has it all—a great meal for those cool fall evenings.

    A Delicious Fall Dinner Menu

    A Delicious Fall Dinner Menu

    by Rachel L Alba10

  • In the hot days of summer, we need a respite from oven-baking and stove-top cooking. Here are some recipes that will provide a hot meal but keep you and your kitchen cool as can be.

    Stay Cool in the Summer With Crock-Pot Cooking

    Stay Cool in the Summer With Crock-Pot Cooking

    by Linda Lum10

  • Think that 12-cup pan in your cupboard is only for baking muffins? Think again! Here are 10 recipes for perfect serving-size meals you can cook in a muffin tin.

    10 Delicious Muffin-Cup Meals

    10 Delicious Muffin-Cup Meals

    by Linda Lum17

  • While this is by no means a complete list of edible flowers (or even edible flowers local to me in upstate NY), this is the list of edible flowers I have cooked with and enjoyed (so far!)

    Edible Flowers and Preparations

    Edible Flowers and Preparations

    by J Schatzel0

  • Crock-Pot cooking allows us to enjoy our favorite recipes in the summer—or any time of year. Not only does a Crock-Pot cook without heating up the house, it takes care of the cooking while you use your time to do other things.

    4 Crock-Pot Recipes for Summertime Cooking

    4 Crock-Pot Recipes for Summertime Cooking

    by L.M. Hosler0

  • These 14 easy weeknight dinners with 5 ingredients or less should really simplify your dinner plans without having to sacrifice taste or variety. You don't have to lose flavor for simplicity; just think about how to condense your ingredients.

    14 Easy Weeknight Dinners With 5 Ingredients or Less

    14 Easy Weeknight Dinners With 5 Ingredients or Less

    by Victoria Van Ness3

  • Some of the most educated people don't know basic table etiquette and simple rules for eating in public. Perhaps this article will help.

    Basic Table Etiquette and Simple Tips

    Basic Table Etiquette and Simple Tips

    by Margaret Minnicks4

  • Some families have designated days to eat certain foods. They wouldn't dare eat something on a day it was not earmarked for. How strict are you about eating specific foods on certain days?

    Do You Eat Certain Foods on Designated Days?

    Do You Eat Certain Foods on Designated Days?

    by Margaret Minnicks0

  • Making baby food at home is a great way to ensure you know exactly what your baby's eating. If you want to go all organic, avoid preservatives and additives, while saving money, then this is for you!

    How to Make Homemade Baby Food: A Beginner's Guide

    How to Make Homemade Baby Food: A Beginner's Guide

    by Kate Daily0

  • Quesadillas are versatile, delicious, and really easy to make. I like to pack them with veggies—and the kids don't even mind because they get to dip everything in sour cream, anyway!

    Veggie Quesadillas With Lentils

    Veggie Quesadillas With Lentils

    by Lisa Bean0

  • Next week is the 90th anniversary of the start of the Great Depression of 1929-39, an economic crisis that began in the U.S. and then rapidly spread across the globe. This article looks at how households adapted to depleted food resources and how we can update those dishes for the 21st century.

    A 21st Century Look at Foods of the Great Depression

    A 21st Century Look at Foods of the Great Depression

    by Linda Lum25

  • Tofu: eaten by millions but so misunderstood. If you love it, you'll love this article. If you're unsure, I know I can convince you to try it. And haters, I hope you keep reading. I might convert you.

    Exploring Tofu

    Exploring Tofu

    by Linda Lum19

  • Tacos. What other food has so many different tastes and textures? The concept of "taco" has been translated into every possible dish--breakfast "sandwich", casserole, salad, pizza, soup--even dessert.

    Taco Mania: A Marathon of Taco-Inspired Recipes

    Taco Mania: A Marathon of Taco-Inspired Recipes

    by Linda Lum22

  • Seven ingredients are all you need to make oven-baked wet burritos at home. Also included are instructions for making enchilada sauce and a recipe for chalupas to use up any leftover chicken.

    Oven-Baked Wet Burritos in 3 Easy Steps

    Oven-Baked Wet Burritos in 3 Easy Steps

    by Sara Krentz31

  • Is it breakfast or dinner? Whatever you call it, this perfect marriage of sweet and salty has graduated from soul food to roadside restaurant classic. Learn the history of chicken and waffles and how to make it.

    Perfect Chicken and Waffles

    Perfect Chicken and Waffles

    by Linda Lum11

  • This fresh and fruity vegan recipe makes a great breakfast or light lunch. You can also replace the bread with bruschetta to create canapes for a party.

    Smashed Fava Bean and Pomegranate Toast

    Smashed Fava Bean and Pomegranate Toast

    by Kathryn Worthington0

  • Obstinate oysters, contrary crustaceans, tenacious tacos—there are some foods that are almost impossible to eat. Here’s how to win the battle of food and the fork.

    Foods That Are (Almost) Too Difficult to Eat

    Foods That Are (Almost) Too Difficult to Eat

    by Linda Lum21

  • How well do you know food? In these seven quizzes you'll find 20 food-related words with several possible definitions. Can you identify the correct one?

    7 Fun Food Quizzes

    7 Fun Food Quizzes

    by Rupert Taylor7

  • From cheese to meat to chocolate, fondue has something for everyone. In this article, I'll discuss the background of traditional cheese fondue and give my top three recipes for this delicious dish.

    The 3 Best Fondue Recipes

    The 3 Best Fondue Recipes

    by Liam Tohms19

  • Try four delicious fondue recipes using cheese, chocolate, butterscotch, or oil! I also wrote a brief history of this popular dish along with proper etiquette you can keep in mind at your next party.

    Learn How to Fondue With 4 Easy Recipes

    Learn How to Fondue With 4 Easy Recipes

    by Vicki997

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