How to Make Rice in the Pressure Cooker

Rice in the pressure cooker? Yes, it works! This is the most reliable, fool proof way to make fluffy rice that we know.

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How to Freeze and Reheat Rice

Frozen rice is so convenient for weeknight meals, but there's no need to buy it at the store! It's easy to do yourself at home. Here are instructions for freezing, reheating, and using homemade rice.

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Curried Squash and Pear Soup

EASY Butternut Squash Soup with Pears, seasoned with curry and ginger

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How to Cook Chicken in the Pressure Cooker

Need chicken fast? The pressure cooker is the way to go! This method is fast, simple, and fool proof. Keep the seasoning simple or mix it up depending on how you're serving the chicken.

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How to Cook Frozen Chicken in the Pressure Cooker

Yes, you can take frozen chicken directly from the freezer and cook it in the pressure cooker! Just add some water, turn it on, and let it cook. Dinner is on the way.

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Whole Wheat Bread

Making whole wheat bread at home isn't hard at all! This recipe uses whole wheat flour and bread flour makes for a really satisfying crumb that holds up well to sandwiches and toast.

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Roasted Sweet Potato Quinoa Bowls

We love roasted sweet potatoes, especially in grain bowls like this one! Combine with quinoa, and top with avocado for a quick, one-bowl vegetarian meal.

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Simply Recipes Meal Plan: October 2018, Week 2

Here's your meal plan for October Week 2! We've got easy Veggie Fried Rice, Pasta a la Vodka with Shrimp, Chicken Adobo, and more!

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Pressure Cooker Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal

Perfectly cooked steel cut oats in the pressure cooker? Yes, please! Cooked with apples and cinnamon, this recipe is a great breakfast for chilly fall days.

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Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread! Made with pumpkin puree and warm fall spices, sprinkled with chocolate chips. Great for an afternoon snack with coffee!

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Sous Vide Fish Tacos with Fall Apple Slaw

Sous vide cooking guarantees fish that's perfectly cooked – never underdone or overdone. And what better way to show it off than in a round of fish tacos?!

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Broccoli and Cheddar Quesadillas

Welcome to Eat Your Food! It's our recipe column with real meals for real kids. This broccoli and cheddar quesadilla may just make a believer out of your kids—and the spicy pico de gallo keeps it interesting for adventurous kids and adults alike.

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What’s in Season in October

What's in season in October? Check out our seasonal October Produce Guide and recipes for pears, apples, pumpkin, kabocha, butternut squash, delicata squash, parsnips, chard, and ginger.

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Tuna Burgers with Dill Olive Mayo

Tuna burgers to the rescue when you need dinner in a hurry and you're drawing a blank! Grab a can of tuna from the cupboard and you're mostly done. Some dill olive mayo takes it over the top!

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Caramel Apples

Traditional caramel apples! Apples on a stick, dipped in delicious homemade caramel sauce. These caramel apples are perfect for Halloween!

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Sweet Potato White Bean Dip

Sweet potatoes are so versatile—they work beautifully in a dip! This sweet-smoky dip with white beans and chipotle peppers is great with chips, pita, veggies, and crackers.

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Simply Recipes Meal Plan: October 2018, Week 1

Here's your meal plan for October Week 1! We've got Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff, Stuffed Pork Chops, Mushroom Barley Soup, and MORE!

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17 Weeknight Soups to Add to Your Meal Plan — Recipes from The Kitchn

There is one dish that appears pretty consistently on my weekly meal plan, and that is soup. Almost every week, there is a night designated for it — usually at the start of the week so that there are leftovers to dig into for lunch. There are so many reasons why it's such a mainstay: It's a one-pot affair, it often doesn't need much else besides some crusty bread to call it dinner, and it's infinitely adaptable depending on your mood.

Some weeks, it's a soup loaded with enough veggies to get me back into a wholesome routine; other weeks it's a heartier, cream-based or pasta-packed option. Whatever the situation, these 17 recipes are easy picks for your weeknight dinner roster.

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15 Things to Do with All the Apples You Pick This Fall — U Pick Apples

Once fall arrives, going apple picking is one of the first activities I plan with my friends. I love walking through orchards with the crisp fall air around me and plenty of homemade apple cider doughnuts for snacking, but the best part of apple picking is the bounty I get to bring home.

Apples are delicious eaten straight out of hand, but they also have the ability to swing savory or sweet in recipes. I can't go a whole season without making a pie (and we do have some tasty recipes for those), but there's so much more you can do with apples. Here are 15 ideas that might just inspire you to fill up two bags of apples at the orchard instead of one.

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5 Things You Can Do for Healthier Mac and Cheese — Tips from The Kitchn

Of all the comfort foods out there in the world, I'll argue mac and cheese just might be the most comforting. I mean, how can you really go wrong with pasta bathed in cheese sauce? It's not exactly the most wholesome dish (although it's pretty wholesome for the soul), but that doesn't mean it should only be saved for special occasions. A few smart tricks and tips can make it a more balanced dinner that you can feel good about.

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8 Stain Removers to Stock Up on Before You Need Them — Cleaning Tips from The Kitchn

Not only can a good stain remover save your garments, carpet, and upholstery from unsightly spills and stains, they also work to keep your stuff looking fresh and new for longer. That's why it's important to always have a handful of solid stain removers on hand, so you can rescue your goods from blemishes before it's too late.

So to help make your life, or at least laundry day, go more smoothly, we rounded up the top-rated stain removers on the market. From a cult favorite spot remover to a pocket-sized stain-fighting pen, read ahead for eight stain-removers you need to stock up on ASAP.

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This Is the Easiest Way to Cook a Butternut Squash — Tips from The Kitchn

Come fall and I'm usually ready to eat my weight in butternut squash. Roasted, puréed, cubed into salads and pasta, baked into muffins and pastries — I just can't get enough. But as much as I love butternut, I hate prepping it; peeling and cutting through this hard squash is cumbersome.

Well, we can say goodbye to that dreaded prep, because this is the easiest way to cook butternut squash without any peeling or cutting.

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Recipe: Slow Cooker Boeuf Bourguignon — Recipes from The Kitchn

Boeuf bourguignon is so much more than just another beef stew. This classic French dish, made so popular by a certain Ms. Julia Child, is the kind of stew that moves you from one level of home cooking to the next. The aroma alone — the deeply savory scent of onions, slow-cooked beef, and red wine — is enough to make your eyes roll skyward and your knees go weak. Make boeuf bourguignon once and you'll wonder why anyone ever bothers making anything else.

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3 Bakers We Love Confess the Things They Never Make from Scratch — Shopping

Have you ever watched The Great British Bake Off or its American counterpart, The Great American Baking Show, and been totally intimidated? The things that these people can do with a bunch of flour, sugar, and butter!

Sometimes, though, even the best bakers need a helping hand in the dessert department. We consulted a few baking pros that we really admire (including two winners of TGABS!) to see what shortcuts they allow themselves to take, if any.

Here are their deep, dark, confessions. These are the things they never bother making from scratch.

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10 Easy Ways to Upgrade Roasted Brussels Sprouts — Tips From The Kitchn

It's hard to beat a simple sheet pan of crispy roasted Brussels sprouts; it's a fall and winter side dish that goes with basically everything. And while roasted Brussels sprouts are great served plain and simple — with just olive oil, salt, and pepper — sometimes it's fun to play around. Start with a basic recipe like this one and add a little bit of this and that from your pantry to give this wholesome side dish an upgrade. Here's how to do it.

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The Best Ways to Make a Carved Halloween Pumpkin Last Longer — Expert Advice

Ideally, a pumpkin that you get now will last you through Thanksgiving, right? Sadly, that's not always the case: Pumpkins are organic, so there's no way to stop the rotting process indefinitely. But there are smart, thrifty ways to keep your carved pumpkin fresh and extend its life through Halloween and beyond!

Here are the five best ways to preserve your carved Halloween pumpkin and keep it looking great.

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