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Safely Ship Your Holiday Cookies With These Tips 

We’re just over a week from Christmas day, and my stand mixer is getting the kind of workout that forces me to remember where I left that warranty card. Relatives in Arizona, California and friends in Pennsylvania have come to expect a box of treats every year. But shipping cookies is no easy task—there are […]

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It’s Okay to Use Store Bought Stuff to Make Your Thanksgiving Easier

Thanksgiving is only a few days away, and I’ve exhausted my supply of Turkey Day puns. Like many of you, I sat down and planned out the whole affair well in advance, even changing the way I roast my turkey this year to cut down time in the kitchen and open the oven up to […]

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Gluten-Free Pie Crusts Don’t Have To Be Boring

Thanksgiving is a challenge for cooks, especially with the (relatively) recent outburst of food allergies and intolerances. Everyone is allergic or intolerant of something, and it’s difficult to please all of the people all of the time. In my family alone, there are four different people with five different “can’t eat…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Are Any Stuffing Mixes Worth Their Salt?

By now you know Thanksgiving is a little more than two weeks away. Many of you have made preparations; you’ve ordered your turkey, practiced making pies and spent months stalking the green bean market for price fluctuations. And yet, so many of us—us who are prepared to spend lavishly on a centerpiece that won’t see…Read […]

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Can You Really Make Cookies From Cake Mix? 

Welcome back to Sunday Sustenance, the column highlighting how to make delicious food with as little work as possible. As a person who writes a column dedicated to lazy meals, I see a lot of recipes and videos for “simple” and “easy” dishes.. Most are shot from an overhead angle and include too much grade […]

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Make Stuffed Naan Pockets and Eat Them All Week

Welcome back to Sunday Sustenance, the column highlighting simple meals for lazy days. I’ve recently started making bread for myself, and it is one of the most nerve-wracking-yet-liberating experiences I’ve ever had in the kitchen. There are so many terrifying points of failure, all of which are immediately forgotten…Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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How To Use Peppercorns of All Colors

Throughout the culinary kingdom, there are many foods that pair famously well, salt and pepper being perhaps the most iconic. These two grace almost every dish, every recipe, every table, and every condiment bar that you’ve ever been to. But why? Don’t get me wrong, black pepper has its place—I love a fillet au…Read more… […]

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Bake Scrambled Eggs In Mason Jars For a Portable Breakfast All Week

Welcome back to Sunday Sustenance, the weekly column of simple, delicious meals for the laziest of weekdays. Sunday seems to be the day most of us cook breakfast, and too often we skip out on it during the week. Let’s rectify that, starting now. Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Bake Scrambled Eggs In Mason Jars For a Portable Breakfast All Week

Welcome back to Sunday Sustenance, the weekly column of simple, delicious meals for the laziest of weekdays. Sunday seems to be the day most of us cook breakfast, and too often we skip out on it during the week. Let’s rectify that, starting now. Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Turn Your Summer Blueberry Bounty Into a Sweet and Savory BBQ Sauce

Welcome back to Sunday Sustenance! Last week, the culinary culmination of our trip back through time resulted in delicious dippable decadence, and dozens of displeased dentists. Let’s get back to the present. The biggest of American BBQ holidays is here, and you need a ringer. You could stick with the same old burgers…Read more… Continue […]

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