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Sub out bread with pancakes for a sandwich that offers a change of pace.
Comfort food beckons as the weather changes.
Don't reach for a can. Grab your already-made items from the freezer or pantry.
The vegetables are ready for picking - and dinner couldn't taste better.
Sip your way through healthful ingredients with this classic summertime soup.
Make future mealtimes easier by doing some prep work in advance.
Serving food on a stick is simple, versatile and, yes, fun.
Time for a lesson in making cheese - and you get to eat the experiment.
An unintentional evening meal prepared and eaten at the kitchen counter provides a lesson - and memories.
Save on energy by using a slow cooker when the kitchen is hot.
Change the flavor of dinner with something as simple as the spices that go in the dish.
Expand your mealtime repertoire by trying out some ingredients new to you.
Some days -- especially when the sun is shining bright -- we all need a break in the kitchen.
A distracted cook and an unwatched pan of penne made for a happy culinary surprise -- and a new family favorite.
A dinner packed with all sorts of good things to eat may be just the way to entice your kids to eat healthfully.
No need to tame hot flavors when you introduce them to children at an early age.
The goal is to eat together. The timing? Whatever works.
If you have driving duty, pack some healthful refreshments for your passengers.
With the right recipes, it's not necessary to cook two separate meals.
Crepes meet many demands for a family meal.
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