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Tips for Brewing Your Own Beer

July 26th, 2013

If you prefer the unique flavor of craft beers over some of the national brands, you may want to consider brewing your own. This can save you money in the long run, as some of the craft beers available at bars and liquor stores are imported long distances and brewed in small batches, often making them expensive. You can also experiment and create entirely new flavors...


3 Ice Cream Sandwich Updates Worth Drooling Over

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When was the last time you heard of an ice cream sandwich update? If you can't remember anything thrilling about the last one you bit into, it's time to revamp your standard recipe. These days, there are several ways you can jazz up the classic ice cream sandwich. It isn't just about the chocolate wafers and vanilla ice cream in the middle anymore! Whether...


Blondies: A Fresh Take On Brownies

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As magnificent as a rich, moist chocolate brownie can be, some fans of baked treats might start to find them predictable after a while. Let's also not forget that - as bizarre as it may sound to chocoholics - some people simply don't like the taste of chocolate. For individuals experiencing either dilemma, the blonde brownie - or "blondie" - could be the...


The Simplest Ways to Eat Corn

July 11th, 2013

Now that the summer's almost here, one of the staple foods that everyone loves is corn. However, you may shy away from eating this delicious treat, since preparing fresh corn on the cob can sometimes be a hassle. Luckily for you, there are many simple ways that you can prepare corn that's both simple and tasty. Prepare it in the microwave - Believe it or not,...


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For certain foods, something miraculous happens to them overnight in the fridge. They might have been perfectly good, even great, to begin with, but over the course of that overnight period, they quickly transcend whatever earthly trappings they were bound by before and become significantly more delicious. It doesn't happen to salad or pretty much any other perishable dish,...


Tips for Making Homemade Baked Potato Chips

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