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These Things Physically Changes Our Brain

Have you ever been sick and tired of doing the same routine work and want to be a super being that is more healthy, positive and smart? Here is the great news for you guys! BetterRead has gathered a couple of handy tips for you so that you can start …

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Pie for Dinner

Yes, a saucy beef stew is good. Give it a flaky bottom crust and a savory topping, though, and it’s transformed into a heavenly pot pie. Nobody complains about leftover turkey and veggies. Add a sweet potato topping, and suddenly, you’re a cooking phenom. I could go on, and I …

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Winterize Your Salad

It may sound like an oxymoron, but winter salads can be fresh and full of flavor and texture. Artfully assembled with winter’s best produce, pantry items, and a few proteins, these brightly flavored salads are a welcome alternative to the heavy stews and casseroles so in favor at this time …

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How to Make Homemade Sweetened Condensed Milk

When I set out to write my first book, BraveTart: Iconic American Desserts, I wanted to explore the histories of classic American sweets and develop my own recipes for them—everything from yellow layer cake and Oreos to snickerdoodles and Hostess cupcakes. Along the way, I came up with a from-scratch …

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In Love with Lemons

Several years back, my husband, Matt, and I were fortunate enough to be living in southern Italy doing research for our second cookbook featuring recipes from agriturismi, working family farms that provide room and board to travelers. We were working at a lemon farm in the small town of Masa …

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Mustard-Glazed Roasted Broccoli Romanesco

The nutty notes of this otherwise mild vegetable are accentuated by the spicy flavors in the mustard glaze.

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Warm Brussels Sprout Caesar Salad with Multigrain Croutons

Need a winter salad to serve with your favorite soup? Try this warm version of the steakhouse classic. Warning: This may become your favorite way to enjoy Brussels sprouts.

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Red Quinoa and Lentils with Fried Goat Cheese, Citrus and Pomegranate

Packed with protein and fiber, this sprightly salad is a balance of sweet and savory. Pan-frying the goat cheese creates crisp edges and creamy centers, but if you’re short on…

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Shaved Vegetable Salad with Brown-Butter Barley and Seared Salmon

The seared salmon and barley sautéed with brown butter add a warming touch to this pretty, Nordic-inspired salad. Boneless trout fillets are a nice substitute, too, if fresh salmon is unavailable. If you prefer an even easier option, try topping the shaved vegetables with a few thin slices of smoked …

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Kale and Radicchio Salad with Pancetta, Pears, and Figs

This is the perfect winter salad to pair with your favorite grilled cheese sandwich. If you prefer, substitute toasted walnut oil and walnuts for the hazelnuts and oil.

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