TIP OF THE DAY: How Long To Boil Eggs & Lots Of Egg Recipes

May is National Egg Month (the first week in April is National Egg Salad Week). So how about a boiling-time chart from Good Eggs, below? Also check out our Egg Glossary, and see how many different types of eggs you’ve had. There are 10 options in chicken eggs alone! Before you get to the chart…
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TIP OF THE DAY: How To Store Produce

[1] What goes into the fridge: the crisper drawer and on the shelves (photos 1 to 3 © Good Eggs). [2] What goes into the pantry. [3] What goes on the countertop. [4] Radishes go into the high humidity crisper drawer (photo © Amber Engle | Unsplash). [5] Cauliflower goes into the high humidity crisper…
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TIP OF THE DAY: The Best Canned Tomatoes

[1] Canned tomatoes are typically plum tomatoes (photo © Hunt’s). [2] First Place: Bianco di Napoli canned tomatoes (photo © Instacart). [3] Second Place: Market Pantry canned tomatoes (photo © Target). [4] Third Place: San Merican canned tomatoes (photo © Whole Foods).   Many of us used canned tomatoes for tomato sauce, chili, enchiladas, meatloaf…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Tomato Substitutes

[1] Luscious, aren’t they! But what do you do during the long span of months when vine-ripened tomatoes are out of season (photo © Baldor Specialty Food). [2] Cherry tomatoes: Not the same thing, but a fair substitute (photo © Casa Barilla). [3] Sundried tomatoes should look like this: bright red and moist. If you…
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