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How to Use Aquafaba

Aquafaba is an excellent egg substitute when you need recipes to be allergy-free or vegan-friendly. Here’s how to use it: Quick Tips 3 tablespoons (45 mL) of aquafaba are equal to one egg. Store leftover aquafaba in the fridge for up to 2 weeks, or freeze in ice cube trays.  If you’re looking for recipes […]

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How to Cut a Watermelon

Here’s how to cut a watermelon using three different ways to make quick work out of cutting up even the largest melons. Get evenly sized wedges, sticks, or cubes for salads. Key Products for Success Whichever cutting method you’re using, working with quality tools makes the job easier. A sharp chef’s knife will help you get […]

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How to Bake Fish in Foil Packets

Making fish in foil packets might be the easiest way we know to cook fish! It’s fast, easy, delicious, and makes almost no dirty dishes! Easy Fish Packets Place each fish fillet on top of a piece of foil. Brush with butter and add some veggies if you’d like before sealing the packets. Bake or […]

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Easter Eggs 101: Cooked, Decorated & Delicious

Easter eggs are an essential spring tradition. Dyeing eggs (and hunting them) is a fantastic activity the whole family can do at home. However, it can get a little chaotic and messy. Here are a few basics you’ll need to give everyone a memorable Easter craft project that won’t totally destroy your kitchen. Plus, get […]

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Slow Cooker Hacks and Recipes

There’s nothing like coming home to a hot meal, especially one you can prep in advance and cook when your schedule is full. With our amazing small appliances, you can make a tasty slow-cooked meal that doesn’t require too much of your time. Here are some hacks and recipes to get you started! 1. Easy Prep, […]

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Easy Ways to Make Delicious Eggs

Did you know a satisfying home-cooked meal can be on your table in minutes thanks to one secret ingredient—eggs! Think about it; they’re incredibly versatile, budget-friendly, and easy to make. You can fry them up, hard boil them, or even scramble them for a fast yet filling meal. And if you really want to get […]

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