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Leftover oatmeal? Don't you dare toss it.
Gussy up your morning oatmeal with your own personal take on toppings. Keep it simple or throw in something exotic—either way, no need to skimp!
Thanks, Daylight Saving Time!
Just 35 minutes of oven time (it's worth it!) will give you a hearty vanilla-scented, berry-heavy breakfast to make your weekday mornings feel special.
I bought a spurtle on a lark while I was in Scotland. Now what?
Hold the cinnamon this morning and use curry in your oatmeal instead. Really.
Tahini isn't just for hummus. Here are five ways to use this savory and smooth sesame seed spread to its full potential.
Experiment with your oatmeal routine to create a filling desk lunch, perfect for the cool weather.
When the going gets tough, the tough turn to their pantries. You, too, can turn your 11 pantry staples into 55 (!) dinners.
Marta Greber, morning person and creator of What Should I Eat for Breakfast Today, has five recipes that prove that oats might be the most important grain for the day's most important meal.
Strawberries are at the market in full force, and they're begging to be taken home. Kristan Raines from The Broken Bread has five ways to put your berries to good use.
A hearty breakfast porridge to keep you cool through the dog days of summer.
Calling all multitaskers! While you sleep, you can cook your oatmeal overnight in the refrigerator. There's no actual cooking -- and no actual recipe -- required.
Baked oatmeal, just right.
Even the fuzziest sweater can't warm you up the way a steaming bowl of soup can.
All week, Chad Robertson has been walking us through the recipe for his Oat Porridge Bread. Today, he's sharing a few more tips. Read them, learn them, love them, then go start your starter.
Now that you've made your leaven, mixed your dough, and shaped your loaves, it's time to bake. Here are Chad's tips on how to do it.
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