Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Oat flour and rolled oats add a nutty flavor to these gluten-free chocolate chip cookies! Bittersweet chocolate adds some chocolatey depth. Keep these around for your friends and family who can't have gluten.

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Ground Beef Chili

Everyone needs a recipe for classic beef chili. Make this one your go-to! It's made with corn, peppers, tomatoes, and beans, and makes enough to freeze for later!

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Simply Recipes 2018 Meal Plan: December Week 2

Not sure you have time for homemade meals during this busy holiday season? Let us help! This week we've got an easy coconut shrimp curry, garlic chicken, a kale and sausage soup, and more!

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Raspberry Jam Sweet Rolls

These jammy raspberry-filled rolls are worth waking up for! Luckily, you don't have to wake up TOO early because you can make the dough the night before. Best enjoyed with a strong cup of coffee.

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How to Throw a Holiday Open House

Elevate your entertaining AND lose the stress this year with a holiday open house! We've partnered with Blue Diamond to share our tips for pulling off the most enjoyable gathering you'll have this holiday season.

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Bourbon Mashed Sweet Potatoes

Mashed sweet potatoes are great, but add a little bourbon and they become outright decadent! Make this easy side dish for Thanksgiving or a holiday party this year.

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Pralines

Pecan pralines are more than the sum of their parts: pecans, sugar, cream, butter, and vanilla. They're a rich, crunchy, candy-coated indulgence! Make them for a holiday cookie tray or to ship to a friend.

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Slow Cooker Bourbon Short Ribs with Cheesy Grits

Use your slow cooker to braise these short ribs to perfection! They become incredibly tender in mix of beef stock and bourbon, and are terrific served on top of cheesy grits. It's a dish that warms you from the inside out.

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What’s in Season in December

What's in season in December? Check out our seasonal December Produce Guide and recipes for lemons, mushrooms, beets, butternut squash, collards, kale, and cauliflower.

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30 Best Cookies for Shipping in the Mail

Shipping cookies to a faraway friend or family member is one of the best gifts you can give. Here are all our favorite cookies for shipping, plus some advice on making sure all your cookies arrive safely!

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Perfect Cheesecake

Say hello to your new favorite cheesecake recipe! This is a classic New York cheesecake, baked in the oven. A water bath, plus lots of tips and guidance, help you make the best, silkiest, creamiest cheesecake EVER.

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Orange-Spiced Whole Wheat Muffins

Lightly sweet with orange and spices, these Orange-Spiced Whole Wheat Muffins are good for breakfast, lunch, or snacks. Cut them open and slather them with honey or butter, and you're in muffin heaven.

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Peanut Brittle

Peanut Brittle is not at all hard to make at home! Make some for holiday gifts, or just to have around the house when unexpected guests show up. Peanut brittle can be stored for several weeks and ships very well!

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Homemade Tartar Sauce

How to make tartar sauce with mayonnaise, dill pickles, capers, mustard, shallots, scallions, Tabasco and lemon juice. Perfect with fish or crab cakes.

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Eggnog French Toast

Can't get enough eggnog? Make this Eggnog French Toast! It's a great way to use up leftover eggnog in a festive holiday breakfast.

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Simply Recipes 2018 Meal Plan: December Week 1

Welcome to December! Here's what we've got cooking for this week's meal plan: braised lamb shanks, roasted broccoli salad, chicken and dumplings, and more. Happy cooking!

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Simply Recipes 2018 Gift Guide: The Baker

Let Simply Recipes help you make gift-giving a breeze this year with our Gift Guide for the Baker in your life! Featuring ten stellar gifts chosen by our editorial team, crossing people off your list has never been easier.

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Pear and White Wine Sangria

This Pear and White Wine Sangria is what you need for your holiday parties! Make it ahead and let guests serve themselves. It's made with pear nectar, white wine, ginger beer, and warm holiday spices. Cheers!

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This Is the Most Popular Brussels Sprouts Recipe on Pinterest — Popular on Pinterest

In my humble opinion, there's only one way we should all be eating Brussels sprouts and that's tossed in olive oil and roasted to oblivion — until the outside leaves are browned and crispy, and the nestled insides are steamy and tender. Cooked this way, no Brussels sprout stands a chance against me. Seriously, I could eat an entire sheet tray of 'em and still come back in search for more (and I know a few fellow Kitchn staffers who would agree).

And would you look at that...the people of Pinterest kinda sorta agree with me too, (with the addition of a few extra odds and ends in the mix, of course).

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6 Things You Didn't Realize About IKEA Kitchen Cabinets — Organizing the IKEA Way

You probably have already realized that IKEA cabinets are affordable — they're consistently lauded as some of the best out there for the price — but there's a lot more to keep in mind if you're considering them for your own kitchen. Most of the following features qualify as plusses, but as with most fixtures with lower-than-usual price tags, there are certain sacrifices you'll have to make if you decide to install them.

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Recipe: Easy, Creamy Lemon Garlic Skillet Chicken — Recipes from The Kitchn

Before I dive into how obsessed I am with this recipe, I have a quick PSA: When you're shopping for the ingredients, go ahead and grab some rice or crusty bread. There's a whole lot of velvety sauce going on here, and trust me when I say you'll want to mop up every last drop.

This rich and creamy skillet dinner is just the kind of thing I want to eat on cold winter nights. The chicken breasts simmer in a pan of lemon garlic goodness, and taste like they were made at your favorite neighborhood Italian restaurant. Because the recipe comes together so quickly — less than 30 minutes — you can turn to it over and over again, no matter how busy life gets.

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25 Essential Dutch Oven Recipes for Colder Months — Recipes from The Kitchn

My most prized possession in my kitchen is my Dutch oven. Ever since I began rifling through food magazines as a teenager, I've pined over the classic Le Creuset one and, knowing this, my aunt gifted my husband and me one as an engagement gift. It hasn't budged from my stovetop since. That's partially because we don't have room to store it anywhere else in our tiny apartment, but we also use it incredibly often.

When the colder months hit, we use it almost daily to churn out warming soups, braised meat, and one-pot meals. Do you do the same? If not, let these 25 recipes convince you. Once you discover a Dutch oven's endless possibilities, you'll leave yours out on the stovetop too.

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Recipe: Slow Cooker Baked Ziti — Recipes from The Kitchn

Yes, you really can make baked ziti (well, "baked" ziti) in your slow cooker. And the result isn't just good — it's amazing. What it lacks in the crispy-edges department it gains in the ooey-gooey comfort-food department: tender noodles coated in marinara and mixed with a double dose of melty cheese.

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The 9 Prettiest Mugs You Can Buy on Etsy — 2018 Gift Guide

The best-kept secret about mugs is that they actually make a pretty great holiday present. No, we're not talking about the cheesy ones that say "World's Best Mom" or even cheeky ones that say "World's Okayest Mom." No, we're talking about the beautiful, lovingly handmade ones that you can get on Etsy.

Get a hand-thrown ceramic option and it's an instant gift for your work wife, your brother-in-law, or your coffee-loving best friend. Take a look at these nine options and you'll see what we mean.

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Ways to Use Old, Mushy, or Bruised Apples — Tips from The Kitchn

If you find yourself with a less-than-stellar bunch of apples, or extra-soft apples that have been sitting around for a few too many days, don't worry — it happens to the best of us. But don't toss them away! Not even the ones with the nasty bruises.

Apples that are past their prime might not be great for biting into as an afternoon snack, but they've still got some life left in them. Older apples are great for cooking! As the apples break down during cooking, the remaining liquid is released and the natural sugars concentrate, transforming them into something remarkably delicious. Here are 11 smart uses for your not-so-great apples.

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I Bought My Live Christmas Tree on Amazon — Here's How It Went — Shopping

As the (proud-ish) owner of a 2000 Honda Accord, I don't have to worry about a lot of things. I can always find my car in a crowded parking lot (thanks to its hideous sun-baked, spotted paint job), and I feel fine leaving it anywhere (I don't really care if shopping carts dent it or if someone scrapes it a bit while trying to parallel park). It runs just fine, too, so the biggest concern I have about it comes every year around this time: How to get a Christmas tree home in it?

Over the years, my husband and I have tried tying it to the roof and stuffing it into the trunk. We don't love either option (the first leads to a horrifying drive home and the latter makes one heck of a mess), so when I heard that Amazon was selling live Christmas trees, I knew we'd be giving it a try this year.

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The Everyday Pasta Brand Italians Buy (and You Should Too) — Tips from The Kitchn

When I was growing up, the only brand of pasta you'd find in our pantry was that blue box that starts with a B. The frequent commercials showed images of Italians in Italy eating it, so it must've been the best, right?

Then I actually went to Italy, to study abroad and then later for grad school. While I found boxes of my tried-and-true pasta at the neighborhood grocery stores, there was another blue box that squeezed up against them on the shelf. I'd seen this brand in the States, but hadn't paid much attention it.

After making friends with locals, learning the language, and cooking a whole lot of pasta, I learned one very important thing: I'd been buying the wrong pasta my whole life. Turns out, the Italians buy the other blue box.

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5 Gifts for Anyone You Know Who's Obsessed with Costco — Shopping

Most people don't like Costco — they love Costco. People get so amped when it's time to talk (or, as evidenced by the traffic on this site, read) about Costco. And rightfully so! The warehouse store has some of the best deals, top-quality products, and free samples galore!

If have a Costco-lover in your life (or if you're the Costco-lover in someone else's), you need this list. It features five great holiday gifts that any serious warehouse shopper will be able to put to good use.

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Foodierama, surprisingly enough, is a food blog. As a culinary fan since childhood, I decided to share my culinary experiments, recipes, foos stalls and restaurants I go to, interesting markets I come across when I travel, and strange ingredients I like to buy and then chanllenge myself with them in the kitchen.

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14 December 2018