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40 Retro Family Dinners That Deserve a Comeback

Grandma’s Chicken ‘n’ Dumpling Soup I’ve enjoyed making this rich homemade dumpling recipe for over 40 years. Every time I serve it, I remember my southern grandma, who was very special to me and was known as an outstanding cook. ...

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55 Secret Family Recipes

Turkey Dumpling Stew My mom made this stew when I was young, and it was always a hit. Since it’s not time-consuming to make I can fix it on a weekend for our children, who love the tender dumplings. —Becky ...

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58 Vintage Recipes From the ’50s Worth Trying Today

Taste of HomeHow to Make Jell-O Salad Like a ‘50s TV MomCheck out this video on how to make vintage-style Jell-O salad. Molded Strawberry Salad This refreshing salad has two layers – a pretty pink bottom that includes sour cream, ...

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13 Grilling Mistakes That Could Make You Sick

Keep grilling season fun and healthy Grilling is one of America’s favorite pastimes—more than 70 percent of Americans own a grill or a smoker. As beloved as a summer cookout may be, it also hides some health hazards. Here’s what ...

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This Oatmeal Butterscotch Chip Cookie Will Take You Back

Want to bake a treat everyone will love? Whip up a giant batch of these nostalgia-inducing cookies. This rich, velvety oatmeal butterscotch chip cookie recipe will become an instant favorite. Butterscotch is a gem in the dessert world because of ...

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10 Recipes Fit for an Elton John Dinner Party

Rocketman is an exciting musical ode to Sir Elton John. In honor of the musical film, we’ve rounded up ten of Elton’s favorite recipes, from an authentic Italian risotto to a classic American apple tart. Related: See what over-the-top foods ...

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How to Make Doughnut Bread Pudding

Give stale sweets a second life with this brunch recipe, which transforms leftovers into an decadent doughnut bread pudding. Perfectly paired with a heaping of fresh fruit, this dish will tempt you to keep a few too many doughnuts on ...

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How to Make Grilled Honey Mustard Chicken

We’ve kind of fallen in love with the tropical flavor of this honey mustard marinade, which turns into a sweet-and-tangy glaze as the chicken cooks. It’s the perfect combination of sweet pineapple juice, savory mustard and spicy ginger. Serve the ...

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Here’s What You Should Know About the Pam Cooking Spray Lawsuits

This definitely isn’t what you had in mind when you bought that cooking spray at the grocery store. Pam is supposed to make cooking easier, right? But a set of recent Pam Cooking Spray lawsuits might have you rethinking the ...

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How to Make Homemade Doughnut Holes

Good news: It’s incredibly easy to learn how to make homemade doughnut holes. (Or maybe not so good news if you’re watching your carbs.) Doughnut holes are like doughnuts, except easier. They’re basically blobs of doughnut fried up and sometimes ...

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