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Everyday Eats

Bake Your Own
Burger Buns

Bake Your Own Burger Buns

The days of squishy, deflated burger buns are over! Leah has a recipe for homemade burger buns that are sturdy and slightly sweet and sure to elevate any summer grilling.

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Global Inspired

Armchair Traveling
with Cookbooks

Armchair Traveling with Cookbooks

Middle of August already?! If you didn’t get to do as much traveling as you would have liked to this summer, all is not lost. Pull out some cookbooks and go armchair traveling!

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Recipe of the Week

Why serve apples, honey and challah separately when you can combine them

Turning Grapes into a Wine Bar Around Town

Turning Grapes into a Wine Bar

When Jordan Stahl’s unit at LivingSocial was eliminated, she and her husband, both with ample hospitality experience, turned the bad situation into a new Bloomingdale spot, Tyber Creek Wine Bar and Kitchen.

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A Rising Tradition: Homemade Challah Holidays & Occasions

A Rising Tradition: Homemade Challah

Need some guidance for baking your own challot for Rosh Hashanah? Follow along with Emily’s videos from the #ChashtagChallah challah bake-along. Before you know it, you’ll be baking challah every week!

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May it “Bee” a Sweet New Year Holidays & Occasions

May it “Bee” a Sweet New Year

A few years ago, noticing a lack of bees and a failed zucchini crop, Rinny’s husband took up amateur beekeeping. Now he and his family harvest their own honey for family and friends.

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A Quest to Save Strudel Global Inspired

A Quest to Save Strudel

Once upon a time women gathered to roll strudel dough for special occasions, and the pastry could be found in bakeries far and wide. Paula is on a quest to bring it back.

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Fry Up a Honey-Glazed New Year Holidays & Occasions

Fry Up a Honey-Glazed New Year

Why should the secular New Year get all the fun? Amy set out to make the Jewish one fun, glitzy and, of course, sweet with these battered, fried and honey-glazed apple slices.

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