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Dinner, solved: After the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, nothing beats a simple soup, stew or other all-in-one meal that calls for just one pot to prepare. Cleanup is a breeze, too.
Bid farewell to deprivation diets and say hello to lightened up versions of favorite comfort food desserts.
You can still have your mac and cheese and eat it, too. Here are some tips and tricks for updating long-time favorites to fit within today's healthier lifestyles.
The idea of adding butter to your coffee may sound like a strange way to start your day but for people all over the world, it is just what they need to put a little extra pep in their morning.
This meal does not have to derail your healthy eating habits, in fact, you can enjoy your Thanksgiving favorites with a few easy tips.
Making pie dough is one baking's most gratifying experiences.
Rolling out pie dough is a labor of love (emphasis on love). Working quickly is key.
Pie is a must for Thanksgiving, but there are other delicious sweets that are just as welcome at the holiday table.
The surest path to turkey perfection: roasting in the oven.
The secret to achieving a succulent turkey on the Thanksgiving table every time? Brine it.
The complete guide to all things turkey for a delicious and stress-free Thanksgiving feast.
The Atkins Diet is a dieting regimen that limits the intake of carbohydrates.
Test your Food IQ skills with this fun quiz!
The weather is changing, which means the leaves are not far behind. That means fall, cozy sweaters, and apple picking, but it also means it is Pumpkin Spice Latte time!
Quiz yourself! Can you select the correct ingredient in our EatSmarter Recipe? Give it a try!