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10 Ways to Eat Better as a Family

The easiest way to start better eating habits and keep them going is to get the whole family on board. These tips will help you get your kids engaged in cooking and excited about trying new ingredients (yes, even your pickiest eaters!)—and you’ll be more excited about cooking too. We call that a big win for you, your family, and your health.

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Big-Batch Cooking for the Whole Family

If busy days and daunting meal prep have left you unmotivated to get in the kitchen, we hear you. The routine of planning, shopping, and cooking tasty, nutritious, budget-conscious meals can become exhausting for anyone. The solution to breaking out of the recipe rut? Think big.  

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New Year Kitchen Reset

If your resolutions for the new year include staying healthy, staying on budget, and staying organized, the kitchen is a great place to get started. In addition to maintaining a tidy workspace full of nutritious meals and snacks, a quick kitchen reset can help to eliminate waste, improve the look of your home, and even boost your mood. 

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It's Turnip Time: 3 Ways to Cook with Turnips(with video)

Nutritious, delicious, but so often ignored, turnips are the undercover superheroes of the produce aisle. Full of filling fiber, vitamins (one medium turnip offers 42% of the recommended daily amount of vitamin C), and even protein, this hearty root vegetable is a staple of diets around the world. 

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Reconnect With Fun Family Dinners

When busy schedules keep the family constantly running, the dinner table is a great place to stop and reconnect. Setting aside time for family meals not only provides a chance to check in and talk about the day, it can also go a long way toward reinforcing healthy eating habits and encouraging new ones. 

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9 Ingredients, 5 Meals: Nutrient Packed(with video)

Power through your week with one quick trip to the store and five delicious meals guaranteed to keep you full and fueled. These recipes star lean, plant-based protein and heart-smart salmon to satisfy serious appetites without weighing you down. The best part: nine ingredients are all you need to eat like a mean, protein machine.

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6 Out-of-the-Box Ways to Use Matzo(with video)

It’s just not Passover without thin, crispy matzo—and the inevitable question: what to do with the leftovers? While matzo ball soup is always a comforting option (like our classic Manhattan deli-style recipe below), airy squares of matzo are great in all kinds of sweet and savory dishes. From appetizers to desserts, breakfast to dinner, versatile matzo can do it all.

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Your New Favorite Recipes

Drum roll, please! Here are ten new recipes we know you’re going to love. They're packed with your favorite ingredients, favorite gadgets, favorite fast cooking hacks, and more. Your current top ten recipes just got some new competition!  

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How to Prep (and Cook with) Jicama(with video)

Crunchy, juicy, nutrient-packed jicama (pronounced hi·kuh·muh) is an unsung hero of the produce aisle. Technically a cousin to green beans, jicama is a root vegetable from Mexico available year-round that’s delicious cooked or raw. With a mild, earthy, slightly sweet flavor (think: water chestnuts) and apple-like consistency, it’s a great addition to salads, salsas, slaws, and grazing boards. Jicama also works as lighter swap for potatoes in baked and air fried recipes, and it’s delicious sautéed or boiled, too.

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Can I Still Eat This? | How to save money and waste less

Keep, use, or toss? This guide will help you make sense of use-by dates, store for maximum freshness, and use less-than-fresh foods in new and delicious ways. Besides reducing your food waste, you’ll get the most for what you buy and make your grocery budget go further. 

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How To Up Your Freezer Game(with video)

Looking to save money, time, and effort in the kitchen? Look no further than the freezer. Properly stocked, your freezer is a go-to source for affordable, nutritious, ready-to-use ingredients, anytime. It can also help save money on groceries by extending the life of your cooking, preserving leftovers and eliminating waste.

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3 Ways to Use Tater Bites(with video)

When stocking up on family-friendly foods in the frozen aisle, golden-crispy tater bites (also known as tater tots) are a no-brainer. Easy to make in minutes, served solo as a side dish or dressed up for snacking, no one can resist fried, fluffy pillows of potato.  

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How to Save Money with Frozen Foods

Need to stock your kitchen with convenience and value? Head to the frozen aisle. A wide array of good-for-you veggies and fruit, along with shortcut, pre-prepped ingredients and side dishes, are often on sale, so check your store's circular for weekly specials and coupons (download your store's app for easy access). These recipes and tips incorporate frozen foods into everyday meals so you can make the most of your time and your grocery budget. 

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Fresh vs. Frozen: When to Choose One or the Other

When shopping for fruits and vegetables, the produce aisle might seem like the obvious place to start, but there's another route to plant-powered eating: the freezer aisle.

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How to Pack a Picnic Like a Pro

Mild temperatures and longer days make the perfect time of year for picnicking.  Whether it’s casual fun with the whole family or showing a special someone how much you care, picnics are an easy, affordable way to make any meal a celebration. 

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Cook once, Eat twice: Spicy Pulled Pork Tostadas(with video)

Cook a whole pork shoulder in the slow cooker until fall-apart tender. Pile the meat onto crispy tortillas for tostadas tonight, then fold into a cheesy casserole later in the week.

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Cook once, Eat twice: Chicken Cacciatore

Use a value pack of chicken leg quarters (a great buy for your budget) to make this Italian classic. Reserve some of the chicken and the flavorful tomato sauce for a quick pasta dish later in the week.

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$10 Meals for Summer

Celebrate the arrival of warmer weather with light and tasty recipes that are good for the family—and your wallet. Whether it’s a busy work night or a weekend grill-out, we’ve got you covered with seven satisfying meals that won’t break the bank. Hop aboard, we’ve got your $10 ticket to big summer flavors.

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