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Do trendy cold-pressed juices really boost energy and cure disease? Which claims have merit, and what role can juice play in a healthy diet? Here’s a look at the pros and cons.
Cooking these bone-in beef short ribs slowly is key to breaking down the fatty, connective tissue to achieve tender meat.
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This is a simple, but impressive pasta dish, and because there are few ingredients, I make sure I’m using the best ingredients I can afford.
Grab a malty stout and follow this recipe for perfectly gooey, chocolate chunk and stout brownies.
Assembling many complementary, yet contrasting, textures and flavors into your salad is key to creating the perfect complex and satisfying dish.
This creamy wine-absorbed rice with prosciutto is the perfect hot dish to warm you on cold winter's night.
Are you into family? Football? Or most focused on a post-meal nap? Take our quiz to find out what part of the meal you most closely connect with.
This baked rigatoni is easier to assemble than lasagna, packed with just as much flavor and perfect for stashing in the freezer as a gift to your future self. Here’s how to do it.
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