Kitchen Scoop Blog

Disconnecting from Being So Connected

If work and personal time blend as experts predict, it may allow flexibility but when are we going to get the time to disconnect?

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Thai-Style Peanut Sauce

Go ahead: Cave in to your craving for peanut sauce

“I’ve cleaned out my refrigerator and I couldn’t bear to waste this peanut sauce," Alicia said before heading out on vacation. "Use it as a dip for chicken.”

By the third day chicken didn't stand a chance. Peanut sauce was going straight from the Tupperware into my greedy little mouth.

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Menu planning doesn't have to be complicated

Back when we were growing up in the South dinner wasn’t dinner without meat, potatoes and two or three other vegetables on the side. But how little can you put on the plate and feel good about calling it dinner?

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Boiling Water Saves Your Sanity

When you're late, tired and truly at a loss for what to fix for dinner, walk straight to the kitchen and put a large pot of water on to boil. Suddenly, your dinner possibilities seem endless.

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Pumpkin Pear Muffins

How can you know if baking powder and soda are still fresh?

If you don't bake frequently, you're going to need to pay particular attention to the health and well-being of your baking powder.

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Speedy Black Bean Soup

Snow Day Pulls Out the Pantry

Quick pantry items to have on hand for snow days (or any desperate day, really!)

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