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Kitchen Essentials: What Every Good Cook Must Have

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Cooking is a hobby enjoyed by many people around the world, young and old. Some turn their passion into a profession and make delicious dishes and desserts to a whole new level. The tasty dishes and platters that you enjoy at your favorite restaurants might look simple and easily made, but these dishes are made…

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7 Easy Vegan Cookie Recipes you must try at Home

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The world has still not been able to recover from the pandemic, and we are still stuck in our homes. Work-from-home culture has now become a normal part of our lives, and we have gotten used to it. Well, cooking is one thing that can make our daily monotonous life exciting. Who doesn’t like cookies?…

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How to Stock Your Pantry for the Holidays

The holidays can be a frantic season, given all of the traffic that a home sees. Preparing for it can be potentially painful, especially considering the sheer amount of cooking done compared to other times of the year. However, if you stock your pantry well, you should be prepared for just about everything.  The Baking Basics…

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Bacon & egg breakfast casserole {101 Days of Christmas}

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I've shared this recipe before, but it's worth sharing again! We've tried many different Christmas morning breakfast options over the years, never really finding one we loved...until this one. Now it has been a staple for the past few years (and this year we're adding maple chip biscuits, yum!). It's easy enough that my girls can throw it together,…

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Mexican wedding cookies {101 Days of Christmas}

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These little cookies go by many names—Russian tea cakes, Mexican wedding cookies, walnut snowballs, etc. The Mexican version, also called polvoróns, are made with finely chopped pecans, and the result is a soft, crumbly cookie. My grandmother always made walnut snowballs when I was little, but the girls and I decided to try this version to take as…

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Tips & tricks for perfect candy cane cookies {101 Days of Christmas}

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These candy cane cookies are a staple of our Christmas celebration (although, if I'm honest, I end up eating most of them myself!). Every time I share a picture of them on social media, though, people ask questions or share their stories of failed cookies. Since this is the one "impressive" thing I can do in…

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Natural red food coloring from beets {101 Days of Christmas}

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I've been feeling guilty about using red dye in our peppermint swirl marshmallows ever since I did it, and I knew I needed a new plan before I made our annual batch of candy cane cookies (watch for an update with tips and tricks for these favorite cookies tomorrow!). I've purchased natural food dye before,…

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