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Most Georgians can only cook four meals

Most Georgians can only cook four meals

Arguably one of the most repetitive things about living through lockdown was having to fend for ourselves in terms of meals – not to mention the ever growing leaning tower of dishes in the kitchen sink! Despite the convenience of Uber Eats, Postmates and Door Dash, getting to know your neighborhood food delivery person on a first name basis after the first few weeks of lockdown was probably not a great sign, as some of us soon came to realize. This meant we had to DIY our own breakfasts, lunches and dinners, but not all of us can take things…
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50 Air Fryer Recipes you Have to Try

50 Air Fryer Recipes you Have to Try

Even before the coronavirus pandemic, global cooking trends were showing an uptick in people cooking at home. Gallup and Cookpad’s latest report published Dec. 17, 2021, showed that through 2019, a growing number of people around the world were cooking at home rather than going out or eating pre-cooked meals. In the U.S., the swelling popularity of at-home meal prep subscriptions from Blue Apron to Hello Fresh! and the growing prevalence of grocery delivery underscore a renewed interest in prepping meals at home. Then as COVID-19 spread, mandatory restaurant shutdowns and capacity limits drove a dramatic jump in home cooking—not to mention…
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Need some quick holiday snack ideas?

Need some quick holiday snack ideas?

(Family Features) The holidays are filled with delicious food - from indulgent breakfasts to decadent desserts - but snacks can get overlooked. Spice up this holiday season with festive snacks that are perfect for a quick on-the-go bite or a taste of your favorite holiday dessert. Although beloved in pie, pecans are a versatile nut that can be used beyond the pie shell - add them to a snack mix, incorporate them into granola or munch on them straight from the bag. Delicious and nutritious, 1 ounce of pecans offers 3 grams of plant-based protein and 3 grams of fiber,…
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How to make one simple ingredient the star of your holiday meal

How to make one simple ingredient the star of your holiday meal

(StatePoint) When planning your holiday menu, consider selecting one ingredient to be the star of the show. Not only is this a good way to simplify your shopping list during a busy time of year, it will unify your meal with complementary flavors. Need some inspiration? Consider sweet tea. Not just a hot or cold beverage, sweet tea can be used in cooking and baking to deepen the flavor profile of mains, sides, desserts and more. For holiday ease, purchase a ready-to-drink version like Milo’s Famous Sweet Tea — it’s available nationwide and is fresh brewed daily without any added…
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