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9 Ingredients, 5 Meals: Family Favorites Meal Plan(with video)

Busy families and jam-packed schedules often mean skipping time to plan fun and creative meals. Forget fast food or frozen pizza—we’re giving you a leg up with a one-stop shopping list that takes care of dinner all week. 

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Cook once, Eat twice: Ratatouille Vegetable Stew

A classic stew packed with summer vegetables becomes the base for a simple soup later in the week. 

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Cook once, Eat twice: Lemony Chicken and Potatoes

Double the chicken in your Instant Pot for a meat-and-potatoes meal for now and easy salad for lunch or dinner later.

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How to Get Kids Excited About Cooking

Want to get kids more excited about mealtime? Invite them to the kitchen to start cooking! Preparing meals together is a great way to encourage healthier eating habits and to help picky palates experiment with new foods. It’s also a fun, hands-on way to teach skills like measuring and basic math while making delicious dishes and memories together.

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3 Ways to Use Rotisserie Chicken(with video)

Fresh, juicy rotisserie chicken is one of the most delicious and versatile buys in the grocery store. Shredded on salads, piled high on sandwiches, stirred into soups, or simply sliced and served, rotisserie chicken is a fuss-free ingredient to keep in your family dinner rotation (no pun intended!).

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Feed Your Pumpkin Spice Obsession

Nothing says fall in the kitchen like the warm aroma of pumpkin spice. Enjoy the signature flavor of the season from breakfast through dessert with seven unexpected recipes that go beyond lattes and pie. From out-of-this-world oatmeal to savory-sweet pork to creamy, dreamy cheesecake, autumn meals are extra special with a dash of pumpkin spice. 

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7 Super Squash Recipes

Celebrate the arrival of autumn with five belly-warming recipes starring the pick of the season.  Despite the name, winter squash—including acorn squash, butternut squash, and pumpkins—reach their peak in September and October. With a variety of tastes and textures to choose from, all loaded with fiber and nutrients, squash is a great building block for seasonal, plant-powered meals. Whether roasted, stuffed, or pureed; fresh or canned, these recipes showcase the delicious versatility of vitamin-rich gourds.

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How to cut a Hasselback Potato(with video)

You don’t need any special kitchen gadgets for this eye-catching side that’s certain to steal the show at dinnertime. Prepping potatoes Hasselback-style—i.e. making a series of evenly spaced, thin slices that go across but not all the way through—is an easy way to elevate ordinary roasted spuds. With crisp edges, tender middles, and more surface area and crevices to catch all your favorite toppings, you may never go back to traditional ‘taters again. 

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How to Build a Halloween Grazing Board(with video)

Little ghosts and goblins will love this grazing board that’s all dressed up for Halloween. A few easy tricks transform treats into a festive snack platter that doubles as a spooktacular centerpiece.

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Holiday-Worthy Vegetarian Mains

Serving a plant-powered menu at the holidays doesn’t have to mean skimping on the delicious joy of the season. With fresh produce, herbs, and a handful of other flavorful ingredients, it’s easy to create mouthwatering, memorable, and festive vegetarian meals. These seven celebration-worthy mains are meat-free, stress-free, and certain to satisfy everyone on your holiday guest list.

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7 Perfect Post-Holiday Comfort Food Recipes

You’ve pulled off a festive holiday feast, the tree, the decorations, the presents, and beyond. Now comes the coziest week of the year, when Santa’s helper deserves a menu that’s easy like Christmas vacation. Slip on your jammies (or stay in them all day), plug in that slow cooker or Instant Pot, and tuck into these seven comforting winter recipes with minimal prep and cleanup that practically cook themselves.

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3 Out-of-the-Punch-Bowl Ways to Use Eggnog(with video)

Creamy, sweet, warmly spiced eggnog is a special treat that only comes around once a year. Make the most of everyone’s favorite seasonal sip by serving it outside the punch bowl. We’ve got three tasty recipes starring eggnog that are guaranteed to add a splash of holiday cheer to any menu.  

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3 Ways to Prep Cauliflower(with video)

When it comes to versatile veggies, it’s hard to top nutrient-rich cauliflower. Delicious steamed, roasted, sautéed, or grilled, as a side dish, salad, soup, or main course, there’s nothing cauliflower can’t do.  

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Cookies from Around the World

No matter how, or where, you celebrate the holidays, one thing seems to remain the same: everyone loves cookies. From the fun of baking and decorating, to the joy of sharing and devouring with family and friends, cookies of all kinds are an international language of love.No matter how, or where, you celebrate the holidays, one thing seems to remain the same: everyone loves cookies. From the fun of baking and decorating, to the joy of sharing and devouring with family and friends, cookies of all kinds are an international language of love.

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3 Ways to Cook Brussels Sprouts(with video)

Calling all Brussels sprouts lovers—and the self-proclaimed haters, too! We've got three tasty recipes that will make anyone a fan of the most controversial member of the cabbage family.

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Cook Once, Eat Twice: Slow-roasted salmon over beets

Enjoy roasted salmon and tender roasted beets as your main now, then repurpose the leftovers into a simple salad with balsamic vinaigrette. 

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3 Ways to Make Your Meals Heart-Healthy(with video)

When it comes to the health of your heart, take a tip from our nutritionists and work from the outside in. A well-balanced, nutrient-rich diet can help keep your ticker going strong, and it doesn’t have to mean limited choices or bland, boring meals. We’ve got three simple strategies designed with your heart in mind to keep mealtime healthful and flavorful (the rest of your body will thank you, too). 

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Doctor-Approved Tips for Heart Healthy Eating

Ready to improve your heart health? Dr. Lasya Gaur, a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins Medicine, shares five small eating habits you can start right now that can greatly reduce your risk for heart disease in the future.   

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