You Can Eat the Apple Core, Really + the Best Burger Buns of 2013

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The Atlantic: Rethink throwing away the core of your next apple. News is that it's perfectly fine to eat.

The Salt: Not just for brewing that morning cup of joe anymore, you can steam, poach and grill with your coffeemaker. A retired photographer in Oregon creates and sends recipes for home-cooked coffeemaker meals to her nephew deployed in Afghanistan.

BurgerBusiness: For burger enthusiasts, 2013 was the year of the bun. Here's a recap of this year's craziest trends, including the infamous ramen burger.

Slate: Is Nebraska the new foodie destination? For a truly authentic farm-to-table experience, the Cornhusker State may be the next spot to check out.

Eatocracy: Find out why you shouldn’t panic about the Butterball shortage.

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The Best Apples for Baking

Don't let your next apple pie turn to mush.

This Is the Best Fruit You Can Eat

Some are definitely better than others.

What Is the Best Time to Eat Dessert?

For some people it might be better to eat dessert before dinner.

This Is the Best Burger for Summer Grilling

You’ll be making these all season long!

The Best Milk Substitutes

Read on to learn the pros and cons of each, plus which are best for coffee and baking.

The Best Vegan Cheeses

If you’re looking for swaps for melty mozzarella, creamy ricotta or grilled-cheese cheese, we’ve got you covered.

The Best Aprons for Kids

These picks are functional yet fashionable.

The Best Baking Powder Substitute

No powder? No problem. Make your own leavener with pantry staples.

The Best Lower-Sugar Cereals

These healthy and tasty cereals are all low in added sugar, making them great choices for a better morning meal.

The Best Substitutes for Sugar

Find a great swap if you're out of the sweet stuff.

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