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Warm Weather Tip: Make Lemon Slice Ice Cubes

Coming up with new uses for lemons is definitely a hot topic at Real Simple, and we loved this smart idea from Lifehacker. If you like a little bit of garnish in your water or don’t want to water down your lemonade this summer. Simply freeze a sliced up lemon (or lime) and use the slices in place of ice […]

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Peach Hand Pies

Can you believe I haven’t baked a pie all summer? I’ve thought about baking a lot of pies but just haven’t gotten around to it. Last weekend my parents came to visit with some peaches from my sister’s tree, and I knew I could resist no longer. By Monday, we only had 4 peaches left (we’d eaten the rest out […]

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My Attempt at Carving Mango Flowers

A few weeks ago, on a visit to Coney Island (yes, the same Nathan’s Hotdog excursion) I bought a five dollar mango. I typically wouldn’t pay that much for a piece of fruit, but it was carved like a flower, and came on a stick, and I am a sucker. There were 2 women with pretty substantial knives just carving […]

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Which Fruits and Vegetables Should You be Buying Organic?

Organic foods can make your grocery bill skyrocket quickly, so it’s not always feasible to buy the organic version of everything on your list. When it comes to produce, there are 12 items that you should opt for organic when possible as they have high levels of pesticides that can be absorbed.

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Keep reading to find out which fruits and vegetables you should buy organic.

 

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Eat Your Way To Beautiful Skin

Have you ever thought that your biggest skin battles could be solved by adjusting what you’re digesting? Written by a dermatologist who admits to barely knowing how to cook, Dr. Wu’s book on the how-to of consuming the right foods for every skin problem–from acne to wrinkles–has become one of my recent favorites.

 

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Must-Have Thanksgiving Dish: Fresh Cranberry Relish from TheKitchn

For the month of November, we have asked some of our favorite food bloggers to share recipes for their must-have Thanksgiving dishes. Join us to see what will be on their tables this year and for years to come.

 

Fresh Cranberry Relish by Elizabeth from TheKitchn

 

  Fresh Cranberry Relish by Elizabeth Pasarella

 

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3-Ingredient Treat: Mango Tango from So Good and Tasty

Today’s 3-ingredient recipe comes from Jacqui Savisky the recipe blogger behind So Good and Tasty. Jacqui started So Good and Tasty as a way to channel her extreme love of food. When she’s not whipping up something fantastic in the kitchen, she runs a graphic design business and Etsy shop called Slide Sideways with her husband. Here’s her favorite simple recipe:

Summer is the one season I find myself eating food in its simplest form. A peach eaten fresh from the tree, and warmed by the sun is one of life’s most pleasurable experiences. A simple galette, filled with goat cheese and bursting with little roasted tomatoes; or fresh plums, berries, spices, and honey, are some of the simple meals you will find me enjoying. 

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