What Does Your Lunchbox Say About You?
Is “everything in moderation” a mantra you should adopt? Find out what it really means and how to do it.
Every year, we get questions on how to pair wine with Thanksgiving dinner; it’s a nice dinner you’ve gone to great lengths to prepare, and you want to drink something nice with it. This is both a hard question to answer and an easy one, because turkey itself is a blank canvas — you can pair it with pretty much every wine in the world and it’ll work pretty well — so it’s never so much about the turkey as it is about the seasonings and sides. The problem here is actually that there’s too much choice.
Consider this your essential guide to knowing what stays and what goes next time you clean out the pantry.
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Dry and store your fresh summer herbs so you can enjoy them into fall!
With smart planning and some new varieties of seeds and plants, you can create a garden based on your favorite dishes.
Creating colors is part art and part science, so get ready to play. While dabbling, we discovered that frostings and food colorings vary a lot; we prefer the intensity of gel to liquid. As you mix up a batch, find your favorites among ours, then debut your own hues along the way.
If you want to celebrate your first anniversary with another bite of your pretty cake, here's how to preserve it for the tastiest result.