Prove to us dates aren't just for sweet recipes—there's a big prize in store
A village and a really beautiful tool
Cold ice cream plus warm cake equals a bowl of soggy mush. Here's a better way to eat ice cream and cake without compromising the integrity of either.
Watch KatieQ make a wholesome banana date smoothie and suggest several hearty ingredients to swap to your satisfaction.
Jodi Kay of Happy Hearted Kitchen revisits her favorite childhood treat with date-filled, chocolate-covered turtles.
Soak up the sun, listen to some tunes, eat some dates.
If you've got a well-stocked pantry and a food processor, you'll never have to venture out of your kitchen for a chocolatey, nutty treat (that also happens to be raw and vegan -- in a good way).
Gena's secret incredient for the best morning glory muffins? Sweet, caramel-like date paste.
We're bringing quick breads back.
A packable snackable that's both wholesome and indulgent.
Forget what you know about vegan baked goods -- this quickbread is a game-changer.
Your oranges belong in this salad.
Jennifer Farley of Savory Simple makes a homemade version of store-bought fruit and nut bars that are filling, flavorful, and just as sweet as you want them to be.
This Valentine's Day, you're giving exactly zero hoots.
Traditional pecan pie, this is not. But it is nutty, sweet, spiced, and gooey -- and you should make one this Thanksgiving.
A chocolate cake that makes us want to turn on the oven and start baking, even in the middle of July.
A stepped-up salmon salad.
Sometimes, with lunch, you have to meet in the middle. And sometimes this means cucumber sandwiches.
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