This chickpea cacciatore makes an easy, inexpensive and delicous, high-protein vegan meal. It can be made in less than 30 minutes, you can make it ahead of time and it tastes great the next day! While I’ve got you here, a couple of things to tell you about. 1. I’ve got an e-book in the works…stay…
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When it comes to cooking, there’s rarely just a single way to do something. In the case of steaming veggies, a steamer basket is certainly handy, but you don’t necessarily need one. Some of these tools and methods are a little … let’s say, creative, but they’ll get you to where you want to go. Now repeat after me: No steamer basket, no problem!
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No patio? No problem. You can still build a lush summer garden inside your four walls, no matter how much living space you have.
From Apartment Therapy → 15 Indoor Garden Ideas for Wannabe Gardeners in Small Spaces
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It could be argued that the Cronut from Dominique Ansel Bakery was the first Instagram-forward food. It’s been three years since its inception, and the amount of meals — especially desserts — that have been created in the name of social media has grown. And now that it’s finally hot out, you’ll be seeing these ice cream creations all over your Instagram feed.
From unusual bubble cones, to ice cream that’s truly jet-black, here are the 10 summer cones that are ready for their close-up.
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Ready or not, summer’s here! OK, almost here. And it’s time for massive outdoor yoga events. Marking the season’s grand commencement, of course, is the annual Solstice Yoga in Times Square which just opened for registration today. For over 10 years, yogis have taken to the center of sweaty NYC (the world?) to salute the […]
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Firm, underripe avocados used to be something I avoided at all costs. I was in it for the instant gratification of a soft, creamy avocado that could be instantly split open and spread on toast. That all changed the day I discovered avocado pickles. While I once scoffed at a bin filled to the brim with hard avocados, these are the very ones I now happily load in my basket to bring home because there’s something just as delectable to do with them.
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Did a bin of firm, underripe avocados dash your hopes for a piece of avocado toast once again? Take a minute to wallow in disappointment, and then follow my lead because I can help you enjoy that underripe avocado.
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Space in my kitchen is at a premium. One-trick culinary ponies are fun, but take up precious space — so why did I buy a spiralizer? Like many others who were trying to make the move to more vegetables and fewer carbs, the zucchini noodle poked its head up from the great internet world of health food blogs and said eat me.
If you’re on the fence about buying one, here are three arguments in favor of the trendy tool du jour.
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Here at The Kitchn, we’re big proponents of frozen vegetables. While we do try to reach for fresh vegetables when we can, there’s no denying the convenience and affordability of frozen, which is why we always have a few bags stashed in the freezer.
Growing up, the frozen vegetables I ate had been cooked in the microwave until mushy and limp, which is a shame because now I’m of the opinion that the best way to enjoy them is actually by roasting. As it turns out, frozen vegetables also have the ability to cook up just as nice and crispy as fresh do in the oven. The secret is an easy, three-step method that ensures roasted perfection every time.
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The days are lengthening and the weather is warming up, which means it’s time to make space in the fridge for watermelons and chilled rosé. But before you start designing summer playlists or planning a wine party, here are a few quick projects to help you start the season fresh.
Don’t worry — there are no big pantry overhauls or oven cleanings on this list. All five projects are simple, one-hour-or-less ways to invite new energy in and get ready for laid-back living.
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