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Make Cookie Butter From Danish Butter Cookies

A royal blue tin of Danish butter cookies is always a welcome sight. These crispy buttery friends are a simple holiday pleasure that need no adornment (or icing) and, once emptied, the tin makes an excellent storage container for embroidery supplies. My only criticism? You cannot spread the cookies on another…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Bring Sugared Cranberries to Thanksgiving

When you’re neither cooking nor hosting Thanksgiving dinner, you often spend the day before texting the host and begging them to tell you, specifically, what you can bring. If you have a bag of cranberries, white sugar, and some water, you have everything you need for the perfect appetizer—whether or not your host…Read more… Continue […]

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Let’s settle the Doritos debate: Nacho Cheese vs. Cool Ranch

Doritos are arguably the most successful Mexican-American fusion product modern society has witnessed. One doesn’t immediately think Mexico, but of course, Doritos begins with the base product of fried tortilla chips. The American contribution comes via the dusting of flavored spice blend coating the exterior of each…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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What Is Your Must-Have Travel Snack? 

I do not leave town without Clif bars. I can’t tell you how many times they’ve filled my belly in a pinch: all my sprints past airport restaurants when my connecting flight was late, the un-catered conferences where I had to choose between attending sessions and standing in line at the food court. The time […]

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Make This Buffalo Cauliflower Dip for Super Bowl Sunday

Buffalo wings and the Super Bowl go together like peanut butter and jelly, and nobody knows this like vegetarian football fans. As much as I love Buffalo cauliflower “wings,” they’re really best when deep-fried, which is a technique that doesn’t mix with alcohol consumption. Luckily, God gave us Buffalo chicken dip. Read more… Continue Reading […]

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There’s a grape jelly meatball party and everyone’s invited

I love Crock-Pots. I love appetizers. I love parties. So, I am no stranger to the slow-cooker meatballs often served at gatherings celebrating everything from ugly holiday sweaters to the year’s biggest game, always accompanied by festive, brightly colored sword-shaped plastic toothpicks. When pondering my own…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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