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Sorry caviar, not today
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A 2-for-the-price-of-1 chicken and salad meal, in less than 30 minutes
Got clean hands, a large bowl, and canned fish? Got dinner.
A tangle of saucy noodles and vegetables
Rice, lentils, and whatever vegetables you want—all in one big bowl
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Using pumpkin seeds in place of walnuts or pine nuts makes pesto more affordable—and that makes it more available for slathering, dolloping, and dropping onto your weeknight dinners.
Potato, secret agent.
Let's hear some ooze and ahhs.
A meal that ticks all the boxes.
Surprise! The second cheapest bottle of wine is also the bottle with the biggest markup.
You're only one pan, one loaf of focaccia, and a hunk of cheese away.
We tested three kinds of cinnamon in one very delicious taste test.
Soup's up (but not quite!).
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