5 of the Easiest Coffee Hacks for a Tastier Brew

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Do you want to enjoy a better cup of coffee without spending too much time every morning preparing it? Learn how to incorporate creative ways to improve your daily java routine. Read this guide for the five easiest hacks, from buying better beans to reducing food waste. Get all the details right now.

7 Smoothie Solutions: Improve Your Blender Game with These Tips

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Are you suffering from chunky frozen fruit pieces or gunky protein powder clumps in your smoothies? It’s time to up your blender game, and improve your technique. We have a few quick fixes that will turn those blends into smooth beverages that are delicious to drink. Read more now for our seven solutions.

How to Prevent the Soggy Muffin Bottom Blues

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Few things are as tantalizing as a batch of muffins fresh from the oven. But it can be a real downer to break one open to discover pockets of gluey batter or sunken fruit swimming in a pudding-like puddle. For a fine crumb throughout with a sumptuous texture, keep reading to learn how to prevent soggy muffin bottoms.

Breakfast Basics for Busy Days

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Mornings can be crazy and busy with not enough time to enjoy a nutritious meal before rushing off to work or school. But a few easy tweaks to your routines can ensure you start the day strong, with enough time for a healthy breakfast before heading out. To find out how, read more for our breakfast basics for busy days.

5 Tips for Planning a Wine Party

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Are you thinking about hosting a wine party? While it can be as easy as placing a bunch of open bottles on the table, learn what it takes for a more thoughtfully planned and well-organized event. Read our tips on how to plan the best gathering so that you and your guests can have fun while learning together.

Dinner Too Spicy? 5 Cooling Tips to Turn Down the Heat

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A dish with too much spice can take on blazing intensity, making it unpalatable for all but the most hard-core of heat seekers. The good news? Even if your meal has become too hot to handle, it can be brought back from the brink of disaster! Check out our five best methods to save your dinner and your taste buds.

How to Jazz Up Your Menu With Ginger

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Want to know how to update your menu with ginger? Read our guide to discover our advice and recipes featuring this spicy rhizome, fresh or dried. With this versatile ingredient, learn how to amplify meaty mains and veggie-forward dishes, as well as bring a unique spiciness to desserts, drinks, condiments, and more.

5 Tips to Host the Perfect Wintertime Gathering Between Holidays

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The holidays are here, and you know what that means: crazily rushing from event to event! To reduce stress and allow for a more flexible schedule, host informal wintertime gatherings between the holidays. Read more now to learn about our top five tips to throw a cool and casual party with no pressure.

5 Sweet Solutions to Soften Brown Sugar (Plus Bonus Storage Tips!)

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Many varieties of brown sugar are a flavorful addition to baking, breakfast foods, and even savory dishes, adding a light caramel taste that’s not found in white varieties. However, after opening, it can dry out into unusable lumps or bricks… but it can be saved. Here are five sweet solutions to soften brown sugar.

Too Much Salt in the Stew: What to Do?

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It’s easy to slip with the salt shaker while cooking, but not so easy to remedy an oversalted dish. Read on for five handy tips to rescue a meal that’s saltier than you had intended. From diluting to complementing with mild foods and beverages, you may find one or more options to make your overseasoned dish palatable.

7 Tips to Survive Thanksgiving (or Christmas) Dinner

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Are you stressed out about the Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner you’re hosting? Worried that everything won’t go according to plan? Foodal has advice from a food industry expert who has heard every holiday worry. Discover seven recommendations for surviving, and maybe even enjoying, the holiday season now.