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Grain-Free Gouda Queso with Fresh Pico de Gallo

Grain-Free Gouda Queso with Fresh Pico de Gallo

This Grain-Free Gouda Queso with Fresh Pico de Gallo is the ultimate crowd pleaser to add to your game day spread. It’s rich, creamy, delicious, seasoned to perfection and packed with an incredible amount of flavour. Top it with a fresh pico de gallo and serve with your favourite grain-free or regular tortilla chips, or even some fresh veggies. What You Need For This Gouda Queso Some Good Gouda: Ditch the artificial, fluorescent stuff. You deserve better. The real flavour of this queso comes from using Beemster Classic Gouda Aged 18 months. It has an incredible, nutty flavour and buttery...

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“What Trick Did You Learn That Changed Everything?”: 30 People Share Their Best Cooking Hacks

“What Trick Did You Learn That Changed Everything?”: 30 People Share Their Best Cooking Hacks

How would you rank your cooking skills, pandas? On a scale of “somehow manages to burn cereal” to “can bake a flawless soufflé with your eyes closed”, where do you fall? Personally, I grew up watching way more Food Network than I would be proud to admit, but despite the fact that my child brain was supposed to be soaking up information like tres leches cake soaks up milk, many of the tips and tricks I heard went in one ear and right out the other. So as an adult, I’ve put in countless hours reading recipes, experimenting in the...

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10 effective home remedies for tan removal

10 effective home remedies for tan removal

With summers around the corner, stepping outside of the house will mean extremely hot weather and long exposure to the sun. It becomes very important in such cases that you take care of your skin and prevents it from any damage caused by the sun. Being out in hot weather for a long time may result in exposure to ultraviolet rays. These rays penetrate the skin and trigger the production of excess melanin and damage the skin severely. It aids the formation of a dark brown pigment, commonly known as a tan. It makes the skin tone darker and home...

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What is Sumac?

What is Sumac?

Serious Eats / Amanda SuarezI grew up eating sumac, though for most of my life I had no idea what the burgundy powder was called or just how powerful it can be. If there was a Middle Eastern dish on the table (which most nights, there was), it was almost always finished with sumac. My mom sprinkled it on everything from hummus to babaganoush, and it served as a colorful ingredient in a number of meat-based dishes. I ate it with gusto while simultaneously being oblivious to how essential the flavor was to whatever I was eating. While sumac used to...

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Roasted Cinnamon Apples with Whipped Vanilla Honey Ricotta

Roasted Cinnamon Apples with Whipped Vanilla Honey Ricotta

Do you have any illogical food preferences? I have entirely too many. Nuts (with the exception of walnuts) are delicious in chocolate candy, but they ruin any baked goods. I like lettuce and I like cucumbers, but I do not like them together and will pick cucumber slices out of my side salads. Eggs are delicious in the afternoon or evening, but they turn my stomach when I first wake, even though I am definitely a breakfast person. So no eggs for breakfast.  I generally want something sweet in the morning. It could be a smoothie bowl or a muffin....

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