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What to Make This Week

By Megan Myers, November 16, 2014  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Megan Myers

Cooking a good meal at home doesn’t have to be difficult, especially when we’ve taken all the guesswork out of meal planning for you. Make these recipes for the entrée or to round out your main dishes this week!


Baked Spinach and Beef Stuffed Shells

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A Mushroom Mini Farm Makes a Magical Holiday Gift

By Paige Schilt, November 15, 2014  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Paige Schilt

Parents, what if I told you about an interactive gift that could get kids excited about growing food, teach them about recycling AND encourage them to try new flavors? What if, in addition to all that, there were no complicated plastic parts to assemble or step on in your stockinged feet?

That would be pretty much the perfect gift, right?

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Quick Guide to Pies

By Elizabeth Leader Smith, November 14, 2014  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Elizabeth Leader Smith

The most delicious foods are waiting for you this season, and we’re here to help you discover them. Through mid-November we’re featuring must-have information on the season’s best ingredients and dishes — winter squash, potatoes, Brussels sprouts, stuffing and pies! — to help you plan the tastiest celebrations and everyday meals.

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Dinnertime Solutions: Stress-Free Soups

By Megan Myers, November 13, 2014  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Megan Myers


Quick Italian Spinach and Pasta Soup

Soup is a natural go-to when the temperature start to dip, but that’s not the only reason to reach for a big bowl. Soups are some of the easiest one-dish recipes you can make, meaning the mad dash for dinner after a long day...

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The Secret to a Juicy and Flavorful Turkey

By Elizabeth Leader Smith, November 12, 2014  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Elizabeth Leader Smith

Q: My Thanksgiving turkey always comes out pretty dry. What can I do?

A: This year, brine it! When cooking lean meats like turkey, using a wet or dry brine before roasting will help ensure juicier results. Salt is the key ingredient in brines for tender results, and when you add aromatics like spices, herbs and citrus zest or even sugar, the turkey is infused with subtle flavors too.

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