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How (and Why) to Use a Kitchen Scale

  When we first began developing our new collection of digital kitchen scales, we imagined a certain type of cook—an avid baker, perhaps, or the healthy meal-tracking type. However, the more we tested scales and used them in the kitchen, we realized that nearly every kind of cook can benefit …

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The Viral Recipes That Are Taking Over The Internet

Photo by @kelsey_thefarmersdaughter   Every once in a while, there’s a single recipe—a sauce from a famous chef, or a dinner idea from home cook—that captures the attention of home cooks and, all of a sudden, it’s everywhere. It starts on dinner tables across the country, then trickles it’s way …

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It is almost Valentine’s day, how about making Love conversation hearts for Valentine’s day.Not the regular one like in the store, but better if you ask me. These Love conversation hearts are made from homemade marzipan. The marzipan is made with sugar syrup instead of egg whites.It is easy to …

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Have a Better 2018 with a Bundt Cake Every Month

Is there anything more beautiful than a Bundt cake? With as many possibilities as there are pan designs, it’s an easy way to make a fancy, festive-looking cake with little effort. From the standard ring to a decorative jubilee imprint, from rose to heart shapes, and from mini cakelets to …

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Valentine’s Day Recipes to Make with Kids

Nothing says “I love you” on Valentine’s Day like homemade sweet treats. This year, spread the love while getting the kids into the kitchen with one of these family-friendly Valentine’s Day recipes. From hand-rolling rich chocolate truffles to decorating sugar cookies, kids will feel proud of their creations and empowered …

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