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17 Tips for Faster, Healthier, and Easier Weeknight Dinners | Bon Appetit

Coming up with ways to make easy, fast and healthy dinners can seem impossible sometimes. There are many days when the last thing you want to think about is what is for dinner and wish something could magically appear that you can cook quickly. Instead of turning to pizza delivery or fast food, start using some of these 17 ideas and tips Bon Appetit offers to keep healthy and easy dinner options right in your kitchen so you can throw something great together in just minutes and look like you have been thinking about it all day. Check it out!

Tomorrow should be the day our new appliances come, and hopefully, that will complete our kitchen. It’s been tough trying to cook meals just using an electric pressure cooker, a sandwich press and two small electric burners we borrowed, so it will be great to have a stove again that I can with each day. Fingers crossed it works out tomorrow, and I can get back to recipes!

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100+ Classic Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes : Food Network

Sure, the turkey is the centerpiece of your Thanksgiving meal, but the side dishes you serve can really help the dinner shine and be what people remember the most about the meal. Choosing new, interesting or classic side dishes is easy when you take a look at over 100 different side dish recipes that Food Network provides for you. Check it out!

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Kitchen Pantry Cooking Essentials – Key Ingredients and Recipes – Food.com

The key to good cooking and easy cooking is having some basics in your pantry all of the time. When you have the right ingredients around you can put together a meal in no time at all. Food.com has a list for you of the 50 most common cooking essentials you want in your pantry so you can do anything at any time. Check it out!

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45 Memorial Day Side Recipes – Bon Appétit

Memorial Day weekend is right around the corner and that means picnics, cookouts and parties start to kick in for the summer. If you are planning your Memorial Day weekend meals now or are going to a party and want to bring something, Bon Appetit has 45 ideas for all kinds of salads, slaws, pickles and all kinds of fantastic side dishes that can be perfect for you. Check it out!

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31 Flavorful Rubs, Brines, and Marinades Slideshow – Bon Appétit

Everyone gets tired of having the same old thing when it comes to chicken, pork chops, steak or fish. A great way to change things up without going crazy is to use a brine, rub or marinade. They can add great flavor to anything you are cooking and make even your most regular meal seem extraordinary. Bon Appetit has put together 31 recipes for different rubs, brines and marinades that you can try. Check it out!

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Breakfast Recipes – NYT Cooking

Even though everyone tells you breakfast is the most important meal of the day, many of us end up skipping breakfast because we feel too rushed, too tired and just want something easy to start the day. That might be excuse for most of us during the week, but on the weekends it can be your time to relax and have a good breakfast with the family. NYT Cooking has put together all kinds of great breakfast recipes so you can make different pancakes, eggs, smoothies, frittatas, breakfast sandwiches and more for everyone to enjoy. Take an idea and make something this morning. Check it out!

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22 Supermarket Items You Should Leave on the Shelf (and What to Get Instead) | Serious Eats

Even under the best of circumstances, most of us are going to have days or nights where you want your dinner to be as easy as possible. Beyond getting your meals from a restaurant or take out place, this means buying items that make cooking fast and easy for you and your family. Unfortunately, many of these items really aren’t any easier than doing it yourself, cost more, and do not taste as good as what you can do on your own. Instead of giving up quality, there are many things you can do very easily for yourself that can make any meal you make taste even better, even the simplest ones. Serious Eats has put together 22 items that you should try to avoid buying and instead make use of better tasting alternatives, often things you can do all on your own, to save you money and give you better flavor. Check it out!

Source: 22 Supermarket Items You Should Leave on the Shelf (and What to Get Instead) | Serious Eats

 
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Posted by on February 3, 2016 in Cooking, Cooking Tips, Cooking Websites, Dinner, Herbs, Pantry, Spices

 

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