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I eat ice cream for an after-school snack while my kids eat veggie muffins.
And if going into baking overdrive happens to warm us up, so be it.
We follow the "thumbs up, thumbs middle, thumbs down" technique. Here's why you should too.
Not that you need one, really.
One editor shares his top tried-and-true dinner party standbys.
One cannot (read: should not) survive on matzo pizza alone.
Just don't tell her we said that!
And these "made-ya-smile" recipes prove exactly how fun this trend continues to be.
Waste not, want not. Right?
Bunnies, carrots and chicks — oh my!
We dive into the *truly important* big life question.
Spoiler: It's not corned beef.
They're in stores now.
There's no competition: These are the dishes that count.
You'll want to bookmark this page for later.
No judgement. We've all been there.
All of the spring feels over here.
We've got a week's worth of warm and comforting recipes for you to choose from — and they all come together in under a half-hour.
This kitchen gadget is making weeknight dinner a breeze.
Honestly, it all comes down to knowing how to add flavor.
Feast like you mean it.
Being this cheesy ain't easy.