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Bill and I are a lot alike in many ways. We enjoy the same music and movies; we have a great sex life; and we share similar political and spiritual beliefs. But, when it comes to our eating habits, we are like oil and water. He’s oil; I’m water, and we would not make good salad dressing.

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So, at this point I’ve done quite a few recipe roundups, for all kinds of culinary indulgences from crazy-delicious cookies to gooey macaroni and cheese, and I can honestly say none of them has triggered such dramatic, drooling side effects as this pumpkin-palooza. I pored over pumpkin recipes with my mouth hanging open, every once… READ MORE »


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I love cooking spicy food and throw jalapeños in just about anything that makes sense — Tacos! Chili! Eggs! — but nearly every time I do, I manage to add a little heat to my nose and eyes as well. But with this awesome jalapeno corer, I can avoid touching the extra spicy bits with my… READ MORE »


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It’s officially autumn, which means it’s time to bust out the crock pot. We love these one-pot wonders because they make meals that taste like they were slaved over for hours but really just require a few minutes of prep time. Plus, as a Frisky reader recently pointed out, slow cookers are a great gadget… READ MORE »


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Funny story: I was planning to do a roundup of all different kinds of comfort foods, but then I asked my Twitter followers for their favorite comfort foods, and pretty much everyone said “MAC AND CHEESE,” and I was like, damn, I guess I need to do a whole post dedicated to cheesy pasta deliciousness. READ MORE »


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“Eating all the pasta” is an innate skill for those of us born with Italian blood, but the rest of you have probably dealt with the phenomena of making “too much” spaghetti and being unable to finish it all. Solve that problem with this genius pasta storage container, which comes with a “measuring cap” that… READ MORE »


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As I’ve mentioned before, my boyfriend Nick is a cheesemonger, which means he spends at least 40 hours a week packaging, preparing, selling, discussing, and sampling cheeses. With the holiday party season just around the corner, I thought it would be fun to combine our talents and force him to help me write a post… READ MORE »


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We were totally obsessed with boozy popsicles this summer, but once the weather cools down, we’re going to have to put down our cocktails-on-a-stick and reach for a treat that won’t give us a brainfreeze. A worthy replacement for fall? Homemade lollipops! These bellini-flavored lollipops would be perfect for wedding favors, party treats, or just… READ MORE »


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Even if you’re not headed back to school this week, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy a classic after-school snack, because whether you just made a presentation to the board of directors or aced a chemistry test, it’s always a good time for cookies and milk (in related news, I am totally getting “It’s always… READ MORE »


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Let’s set the scene, shall we? It’s 1 p.m., you’re sitting at your desk, your stomach starts to growl, and your thoughts turn to the limp, soggy PB&J crammed into your bottom desk drawer. You’ve been trying to save some money and pack your own lunches, but now the corner deli is calling your name. READ MORE »


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I spend most of my life thinking about food, but as soon as I get an invite to a party that includes the phrase, “Please bring a dish to share,” my mind goes completely blank. For someone who loves to cook, I’ve showed up at way too many parties sheepishly holding a store-bought cold cuts… READ MORE »


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At first glance, this grilled cheese cookie sandwich looks, well, let’s go with “disconcerting.” I mean, the melted orange cheese between two chocolate chip cookies? It’s weird. It’s unexpected. It’s…delicious? Yep, according to its creator, Chef Stef of The Cupcake Project, this hybrid confection is the ultimate dessert: a perfect union of sweet and salty,… READ MORE »


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I love to cook, but most of my friends don’t, and the way they tell it, figuring out meal ideas that don’t involve Chinese takeout containers is a constant struggle. So let’s talk easy recipes, shall we? I rounded up eight recipes that will have you in and out of the kitchen in 30 minutes… READ MORE »


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I just started watching “Friday Night Lights” (I know, you guys, I know), and obviously I’m obsessed with Tami Taylor. Best. Mom. Ever. Who else can give amazing advice, crack brilliantly sarcastic jokes, serve as the moral compass of an entire town, maintain a flawless hair style, and whip up 200 Rice Krispie treats at… READ MORE »


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Question: is there anything better than a glass of sangria on a summer night? Answer: no, of course not. Sangria is delightful to drink and shockingly easy to make–whether you’re into white wine or red wine, citrus, berries, or tropical fruits, we found 10 sangria recipes guaranteed to look gorgeous and taste amazing. Click on… READ MORE »


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My favorite thing about Random Single Gal Recipes is how randomly I post them! Anyway, I love to cook and I live alone and just because I’m single doesn’t mean I don’t deserve an extravagant home-cooked meal, okay? So sometimes, when I come up with something yummy to eat and easy to make I post… READ MORE »


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When it’s this hot out, the last thing we want to do is turn on the oven and braise a pot roast–give us some chilled white wine and a fresh, simple salad and we’re good to go. In honor of the latest heatwave, we’ve rounded up 10 salad recipes that are delicious, easy, and healthy. READ MORE »


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Just as I was kinda sorta maybe starting to get sick of the cake pop trend, I am introduced to the concept of pie pops, and my faith in ridiculous-desserts-on-a-stick is restored. This pie pop mold lets you bake mini pies and fill them with anything from fresh berries to Nutella to meat (or, if… READ MORE »


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