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How To Host The Perfect Supper Club

Being the hostess with the most-ess is always in style and thankfully, there is plenty of good literature on it. So for your next dinner party, give it that southern comfort feel by hosting the perfect supper club. This Southern Living “how to” is sure to impress the guests this...

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Recipes That Will WOW Your Guests!

Gathering with friends and family whether it be for the holiday time or just a fun dinner party, food generally is the center of the festivities! No matter if you are a host or just attending a party you are going to want to make sure your dish is on point! Need a fabulous side dish, fun...

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Dress Up Your Ice Cubes with Fruit and Flowers

  Add a dash of excitement to water, iced tea – and even cocktails – with these colorful ice cubes filled with fruit, herbs, and edible flowers. Watch the video to see how it’s done and for ample ideas, and then bust out the ice cube trays to cool down in style. To make...

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How to Cut Mangoes

  Mangoes are delicious whether your chopping them up for salsa or just eating them as a snack. This tropical fruit is sweetest during the peak season of Spring, but before you can enjoy the succulence in, say, a smoothie or sherbet, you have to learn how to properly cut the fruit...

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How to Stem Kale in a Flash

  If you’re still painstakingly cutting out kale’s tough, fibrous center ribs with a knife, then take note: there’s a faster way to deal with this tedious task. Watch the segment for a – dare we say it – life-changing tip for prepping kale, and then put your...

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How to Cut Corn Off the Cob

  Cutting corn off the cob is a skill every person spending time in the kitchen should know. Here are the basic steps for how to do it. Step 1 Shuck the corn. Step 2 Cut the cob in half. Step 3 Turn the flattest side of the corn down onto your cutting board for stability, then run your...

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How to Make Roasted Garlic in Olive Oil

  Roasting garlic in olive oil completely transforms it from sharply pungent to a nutty, sweet paste that can be used to boost the flavor of everything from baguettes to butter to potatoes to pesto. Watch the video to discover how simple this technique is. First take 4 large whole heads of...

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You’re Doing It Wrong: PB&J

  How to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich (the right way). First apply your favorite peanut butter to both sides of the bread of choice. Second add your favorite flavor of jam to the center, in between your peanut butter sogginess barrier. Finally fold, cut and enjoy America’s...

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How to Cook and Eat Live Lobster

  The next time you get a hankering for briny, tender lobster, take matters into your own hands rather than dining at a restaurant. They’re easy to cook, we swear! Still not convinced? We’ve enlisted the help of two experts, the eponymous cousins of Cousins Maine Lobster, to...

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Toss the jars! Grow your Own Herb Garden!

  In case you haven’t noticed many of your favorite recipes call for herbs, especially if you are planning on making Italian. While it is way more convenient to just pick up a few jars of your favorite herbs and have them on hand at all times, they just aren’t nearly as flavorful as...

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