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Oatmeal is a low-cost college staple, but there’s no need to settle for a bland texture-less substance. This simple breakfast recipe adds in raisins, walnuts and brown sugar and is a great morning go-to solution.Read More
Coleslaw is an acquired taste, but once acquired, is addictive! This recipe is great for a summer barbeque or even just to refrigerate and pull out for when you want a little taste. Nothing says summer like the sweet crunchiness of this amazing side dish. Learn how to make coleslaw with a little tang, putting a spin on those old, tired coleslaw preparations. The best part? No stovetop required!Read More
Kraft Mac and Cheese is always a convenient go to, but homemade mac and cheese is not much more difficult and tastes ten times better than anything out of a box! This basic Baked Homemade Mac and Cheese recipe is so simple that you may never go back to regular boxed version again (well not that often).Read More
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Over easy, medium and hard eggs are all fairly easy to make. The level of hardness in each name refers to the density of the egg’s yolk. Read on to see a quick overview on how to make each!
This article will teach you how to bake bacon professionally using your oven, a baking sheet and very little skill. No other method of cooking bacon is able to produce flat and evenly cooked meat. If you’re ready to step into the big leagues of quality bacon cooking, continue reading and never again deal with curly, burnt and otherwise generally dissatisfying pork fat.
Dining out is one of life’s simple pleasures. You get to sit in a different environment than your old run-of-the-mill kitchen, leisurely peruse the menu, and best of all you don’t have to do any preparation or dishes! While America is the land of the free and the home of the brave, we’re also the home of absurdly beefed up restaurant portions that contribute to America’s shocking obesity rate (2/3 of adults over the age of 30 are obese). Even if your thighs trump Lance Armstrong’s or you have abs that would make a Victoria Secret Angel stomp all over her wings in envy, it is still important to exercise moderation, especially in restaurants.
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Apple pie and apple crisp are cherished American classics. However, if you have ever actually prepared one of these dishes yourself, then you probably know the feeling of looking down at a healthy pile of apple skins, not knowing quite what to do with them. While commonly accepted as an undesired byproduct, for some of us, […]