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(Culinary.net) Almost every get together – whether it’s family, friends or neighbors – always has one dish that’s the star of the show time after time. It’s usually a staple dish, but that doesn’t always mean it’s the main course.

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(Culinary.net) Some of the best memories throughout life stick with you forever as you play them over and over in your head and smile, thinking fondly of those times.

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Spring celebrations wouldn’t be the same without lamb. In fact, it is a classic dish for Easter gatherings. While leg of lamb and other lamb roasts may be customary, lamb chops also can fit the bill.

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Family events such as wedding showers or Mother’s Day, or the first day of spring after a bitter winter, can be reasons to celebrate and indulge in something out of the ordinary like this Dreamy Chocolate Mousse.

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hese recipes don't offer any surprises. A curried deviled egg recipe that can help you use up those hard-boiled eggs. A lamb yogurt dip that you can pack in Mason jars to take on a picnic. Seared lamb chops with a side of pan-fried potatoes.

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A maple in April is a force to be reckoned with. The sap is flowing with a vengeance, squeezed by specialized cells that expand during the heat of day to create more pressure in a maple tree than in the inside of a car tire.

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If you are a person with a particular interest in food and a person who enjoys food for pleasure, you can consider yourself a foodie. From just trying out the newest dishes to staying up to date on the latest food trends, being a foodie has become increasingly popular with the help of social…

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Pizza Hut is doubling down on the growing popularity of the drive-thru with a new digital-focused version now opening at more than 1,500 restaurants with more to come.

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Next time you’re looking for a versatile, delicious side dish nearly everyone will love, try these Horseradish Mashed Potatoes. They have a perfect potato texture and are full of creamy goodness with a horseradish kick to savor.

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Slow-cooked foods seem tailor-made when the mercury is low. Stews, soups and casseroles can simmer and gain great flavor through slow-cooking methods. But slow cooker appliances don’t need to be stored away when spring flowers start to bud. In fact, this method of cooking can bridge the gap …

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Easter Sunday dinners are a tradition in many families. Though the COVID-19 pandemic forced families to alter that tradition in 2020, and could very well do so again in 2021, it’s worth noting that Easter takes place in April this year. In many areas, April weather is warm enough to enable a…

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The egg came first. Let’s just get that out of the way. For millions of years before humans domesticated the feathered lizards known today as “chickens,” countless generations of amphibia and reptiles, including dinosaurs, were laying eggs.

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Good news, Peeps fans! Not only will Peeps be back on store shelves in time for Easter, but they'll come in a new form too.

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Cooking eggs might seem like the easiest culinary skill to learn, but for some cooking eggs properly can be intimidating. Eggs are full of healthy protein and amino acids, and can be used in a variety of ways. From scrambled to hard-boiled to fried, here are a few tips and tricks to help you…

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Avocado toast is a provocative dish. That piece of warm bread loaded with a smooth green paste is also loaded with meaning and angst, and has become a battleground for many of today's culture wars.

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St. Patrick’s Day celebrations were different in 2020. Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, many communities were forced to cancel their annual St. Patrick’s Day festivities. Typically lively, jovial gatherings of good-spirited revelers, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations are beloved by Irish an…

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Each year on March 14, math afficionados around the world celebrate the mathematical constant known as pi, which is represented by the Greek letter “π.” Pi relates to the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, which comes to approximately 3.14159, but goes on infinitely. The…

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It’s a farmers market cliche that celeriac is good in soup. I hear it when folks inquire as to how to use this fragrant root. But I’ve never quite known what to do with that guidance. All I’ve ever done has been to substitute celeriac for celery, its close relative.

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St. Patrick’s Day is an opportunity for the world to celebrate Ireland’s patron saint and Irish culture with family, friends, food, and fun. Many St. Patrick’s Day traditions have been passed down through generations. This includes various foods and recipes that are native to Ireland that ha…

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Lent is a 40-day period that begins on Ash Wednesday and culminates with Easter Sunday. For faithful Christians, Lent involves prayer, reflection and sacrifice, much in the way that Jesus Christ sacrificed himself for others. One of the components of giving something up is abstaining from ea…

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