Before & After: A Cookie-Cutter Camper Now Has a Super-Cute Farmhouse Kitchen

Thekitchn Credit: Courtesy of Stephanie and Joey Thacker For Jacksonville-based couple Stephanie and Joey Thacker, an RV renovation was something they didn’t always see in their future. While Stephanie “didn’t have much exposure to RV life or camping growing up,” both love the outdoors and wanted to take full advantage of adventuring, while still having […]

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14-Day Healthy Meal Plan (April 6-19)

posted April 4, 2020 by GinaA free 14-day, flexible weight l oss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner and a shopping list. All recipes include calories and updated WW Smart Points.14-Day Healthy Meal PlanHi there . I’m Danielle Haz ard (@true-eats on IG and True Eats on Facebook), and I’ve had the pleasure of […]

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The Freezer Edit

Bon Appetit Every week, Bon Appetit associate editor Christina Chaey writes about what she’s cooking right now. Pro tip: If you sign up for the newsletter, you’ll get the scoop before everyone else. Healthyish friends, Some people do closet edits. Others, like editor-at-large Amiel Stanek, do “freezer edits,” and ever since he told me about […]

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Why I Won’t Be Making the Pioneer Woman’s Pot Roast Again

Thekitchn Credit: Photo: Joe Lingeman; Food Styling: Brett Regot; Design: The Kitchn The Pioneer Woman has built a dedicated following over the years thanks to her approachable, comforting, all-American recipes (we’re particularly fond of her bacon-wrapped meatloaf). So when it came time to battle off pot roast recipes for our latest celebrity recipe showdown, hers […]

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Baked Rice and Peas

This simple Baked Rice and Peas dish uses pantry and freezer staples, a great side dish to go along with shrimp or chicken.Baked Rice and PeasEasy peas-y and only 5 ingredie nts! Why bake rice? There is something nice about being able to put something in the oven, setting the timer and forgetting about it. […]

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Why Banana Bread Is the Official Comfort Food of the Coronavirus Quarantine

Thekitchn Surely, you’ve noticed it: On social media, feeds that not long ago overflowed with pictures of elaborate restaurant outings and dreamy far-flung travels have transformed seemingly overnight. In the age of coronavirus, the endless scroll is instead saturated with images of trapped-inside baking projects, mingled with musings on how to get the most mileage […]

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How Do I Learn to Live Alone?

Bon Appetit Every week, Healthyish editor Amanda Shapiro talks about what she’s seeing, eating, watching, and reading in the wellness world and beyond. Pro tip: If you sign up for the newsletter, you’ll get the scoop before everyone else. Healthyish friends, Last week, I wrote about the emotional extremes that a lot of us have […]

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Avis de Tempête’s “Blanc No.1″ Is a Perfectly Balanced White Wine That Connects Me to My Community

Bon Appetit In Unfiltered, Bon Appetit’s wine editor Marissa Ross shares her latest favorite bottles and—you guessed it—unfiltered thoughts on natural wine. The sun had long since set behind the San Jacinto Mountains that hug the city of Palm Springs by the time I popped the bottle of Avis de Tempête’s “Blanc No.1” at one […]

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All Your Coronavirus-Related Cleaning and Disinfecting Questions, Answered

Thekitchn During this global pandemic, cleaning and disinfecting are more important than ever, according to the CDC: “Cleaning of visibly dirty surfaces followed by disinfection is a best practice measure for prevention of COVID-19 and other viral respiratory illnesses in households and community settings.” But what exactly does this mean: What’s the difference between cleaning […]

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SPONSORED POST: 3-Ingredient Veggie Sides That Are Perfect for Your Spring Table

Thekitchn In partnership with Swanson Credit: Photo: Joe Lingeman; Food Styling: Brett Regot; Props: Andie McMahon; Design: Kitchn With the arrival of spring comes plenty of reasons to gather around the table with family and friends. Easter is fast approaching and Mother’s Day is on the horizon, but even beyond these set holidays, the warmer weather […]

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