Homemade Peanut Butter Recipe For National Peanut Butter Day

[1] Homemade peanut butter is an elevated taste experience. It will last for several weeks in the fridge (photos © #1, #2 and #3 © Hello Fresh). [2] You can make your favorite flavored peanut butters easily. Here, it’s honey. [3] Some people want to spread it on bread; others enjoy it on a spoon,…
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It’s Sumo Citrus Season: Gather A Supply Of Sumo Mandarins

Sumo Citrus has hit the shelves at grocers near you. Available nationwide* annually from January to April. you can easily recognize them by their topknot—reminiscent of the hair of sumo wrestlers. Sumo Citrus is one of the world’s largest and sweetest mandarins, celebrated for its sweet taste and distinct looks. Originally from Japan, Sumo Citrus…
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Prosecco: Delicious, Affordable Bubbly Instead Of Champagne

If you want to celebrate the holidays with affordable bubbly, look to Prosecco. It’s great for toasting, for serving with lighter courses—from seafood to chicken and turkey to pasta—and for enjoying as an after-dinner drink. It’s a wine that pairs well with spicy foods, including Chinese, Indian, Thai, and other Asian cuisines. And because of…
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Seven Sisters Scones For Breakfast, Snacks & Scone Gifts

Traditional scones can be dry, crumbly, and in our opinion, more punishment than pleasure, requiring lots of butter and jam to add moisture. Yet, more modern recipes can be moist and layered with flavor. Such are Seven Sisters scones. Take a denser version of a muffin, flatten it, and you can approximate one of their…
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