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The Simple Way She Cuts Potatoes Completely Changes The Way They Bake. YUM!

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Turmeric Coconut Basmati Rice

This turmeric coconut basmati rice is a flavorful, creamy rice side dish recipe that's easy to make!

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Sweeney Potatoes

NYT Cooking: This is a variation of a dish sometimes called "company potatoes," popular in the postwar kitchens of the 1950s, made with canned condensed soups and frozen hash browns. Maura Passanisi, of Alameda, Calif., shared it with The Times as a tribute to her grandmother, Florence Sweeney, who originally served it as a Thanksgiving side dish. Ms. Passanisi uses fresh russet potatoes...

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Bariis Iskukaris (Somali-Style Rice)

NYT Cooking: Somali-style rice, when prepared for festive occasions, can be a satisfying meal on its own: The rice is cooked in a rich stock and often jeweled with pieces of meat and vegetables. This version of the dish comes from Ayaan and Idyl Mohallim, twin sisters who make their own xawaash, an aromatic spice mixture that is layered with fenugreek and turmeric. The finished ric...

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Rotkraut

NYT Cooking: This recipe for rotkraut, a tart dish of pickled red cabbage simmered with warm spices in a dry red wine, came to The Times from Debbie Himmler of Cincinnati. The dish, a nod to her grandparents’ German heritage, makes regular appearances on her family’s Thanksgiving table, but can be served year round. It’s best prepared a day or two ahead, and also freezes well —%2...

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DiY Chocolate Extract for Christmas Baking and Gifting

Chocolate extract is a deeply flavourful extract that can be used in the place of vanilla extract in chocolate desserts. It adds a special touch to chocolate chip cookies, pastries, and even whipped cream and frosting. It takes only a few hands-on minutes to make and then a month to steep.

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Best Essential Oils for Sleeping

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Best Cauliflower Side Dish Ever

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Vermont Cheddar Mashed Potatoes

NYT Cooking: Early American colonists may not have eaten Cheddar at the first Thanksgiving, but they certainly began to make it in the traditional English manner soon thereafter. At some point the colonies were actually exporting domestic cheese to the mother country, where it was known as Yankee Cheddar. <br/>To some, Cheddar is synonymous with Vermont, even if it is produced in several...

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