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Thickening Your Bisque With Taco Bell Rolled Tacos Is Normal and Good

As I begin to type this, I am haunted by an old comment—a comment from my xoJane days. I don’t remember what article the comment was on, but I remember the message: “Jesus Christ Claire, have some freaking self-respect.” It was a good comment, a comment that is as relevant today as it was then, […]

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Every Thanksgiving Dish You Can Make in Your Instant Pot

Though the initial mania surrounding the Instant Pot has died down, the fans remain loyal, and the recipes keep coming (though at a slightly slower rate). Most Instant Pot praise focuses on how fast you can cook things, but its speed isn’t what makes it a Thanksgiving hero. The real benefit to cooking things in […]

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How to Make the Best Pureed Vegetable Soup

Allegedly, there’s no wrong way to make a pot of puréed vegetable soup. But I dunno—have you ever made a really bad batch? At its worst, it’s truly unsalvageable; a bland, watery disaster that no amount of clever seasoning and full-fat dairy can help. Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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This Stop-Motion Video Of A Guy Fixing His Range Rover’s Rusted-Out Body Is Mesmerizing

Of all automobile wrenching disciplines, bodywork is by far the most intimidating to me. It requires a refined touch that I just don’t have (yet), which is why this stop-motion video of a man repairing all the rust on his old Range Rover is so fascinating.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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This Stop-Motion Video Of A Guy Fixing His Range Rover’s Rusted-Out Body Is Mesmerizing

Of all automobile wrenching disciplines, bodywork is by far the most intimidating to me. It requires a refined touch that I just don’t have (yet), which is why this stop-motion video of a man repairing all the rust on his old Range Rover is so fascinating.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Anything Can Be Gazpacho With the Right Attitude

We’ve officially reached Peak Summer Produce, which means we’re all desperate for a new angle on mountains of zucchini and rapidly decaying tomatoes. This is why I think everyone should know how to make a good gazpacho. It’s a delicious, no-heat-required way to obliterate a ton of produce, and you don’t even need a…Read more… […]

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Surprising and Delicious Foods You Can Make in a Rice Cooker

For the past few years, the Instant Pot has been the sweetheart of the one-pot cooking world. But before it was the hot item on everyone’s registries, there was the rice cooker. But don’t let the name fool you: rice cookers cook more than just rice.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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The Case for Overcooked Rice

Eating is a sensory experience, and sometimes it’s a good idea to re-set your senses. Maybe you’ve been eating too many aggressively flavorful foods, maybe your stomach is iffy due to illness (or indulgence), or maybe you just don’t feel like doing. In any case, a bowl of soupy, falling-apart, porridge-like rice is…Read more… Continue […]

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Stop Buying Canned, Chopped Tomatoes

I have never understood the point of canned, chopped tomatoes. They rarely taste as good as their whole, peeled brethren, and they never break down fully while cooking, keeping their cube-like shape long after all other ingredients have turned to mush. The culprit? Calcium chloride.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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