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Fall is one of the most wonderful times of the year for a wide variety of reasons including sweater weather, back-to-school keggers, spiced everything, and above all else: pumpkin. For the foodies looking to rekindle their love affair with the number one ingredient of the season, look no further than these recipes below.  1) This pumpkin pie using fresh pumpkin Making this traditional pumpkin pie from scratch will be well worth the hours slaved in the kitchen. Trust us. Read More
How To Make The Most Delicious Everything-But-The-Kitchen-Sink Frittata Ever Want to get rid of all your leftovers in one delicious meal? You can easily unload your fridge right into a fabulous frittata. Prep Time: 30 minutes Feeds: four to six people Start out with whatever you love to eat with eggs. I like chopped onion, diced zucchini, red bell pepper, and sliced mushrooms. If you want, you can throw veggies like broccoli and cauliflower in the oven with some olive oil, salt, and pepper for 10 minutes. Read More
Ah, the final days of summer. There’s so little time to jam pack the best parts of the season, like eating super fresh fruit and drinking in the great outdoors, into your schedule before fall rolls around. Thanks to these drink recipes, you can cut out the middleman and get straight to the point. Whether it be via a popsicle or a giant jello shot, let’s get watermelon wasted. 1. Watermelon Martinis Image via Food Network 2. Giant Watermelon Jello Shots Image via BuzzFeed Here's a recipe for itty bitty ones, too! 3. Read More
There are some nights when the thought of dragging your tired little tuchis out the door is more painful than walking away from an all-you-can-eat chocolate buffet. Especially when the weather outside is frightful, the fire is so delightful, and there’s a little herb involved. What follows are some madly marvelous munchies to help you camp out on the couch. Now, quit bogarting the remote! Barbecue Popcorn There’s no better munchie food than popcorn, but why not bump it up a notch with some zingy barbecue flavoring? Buy your fave popcorn, and pop according to directions. Read More
Do you love pineapples? So do I. Do you know the best way to cut one up? Neither did I. But after some practice, I’m proud to say that I’ve mastered a method that looks sweet and saves more of the good stuff.  What You Need: A whole ripe pineapple Chef’s knife Paring knife (optional) Cutting board Trim The Roughage Using a sturdy cutting board and sharp knife, slice off the base of the pineapple. Keep the leafy top to use as a handle while cutting. Stand the pineapple upright and trim down the outer skin. Read More