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  • Skip Domino’s: Make Pizza Dough In Under 30 Minutes

    A Super Bowl viewing party just isn’t complete without pizza. Since you’ve got some time before the big game, why not learn to make your own pizza for your football fans?

  • Three Garlic Hacks to Make Cooking So Much Easier

    Garlic is delicious no matter how you slice it, but peeling or mincing those small cloves can be tedious. There are some easy kitchen tips and tricks to handling garlic like a pro.

  • How to Make the Easiest Tomato Sauce Ever

    You don’t have to be Italian to cook up a delicious homemade tomato sauce to dress your pasta. Anyone can make a  hearty version from scratch with just four easy-to-find ingredients.

  • The Best Way to Peel and Grate Ginger

    Ginger is delicious in soups, stir fry, spicy wings and cookies, but peeling and grating the root can be a bear. We’ve made the job much simpler via this Tipline video.

  • This Is the Fastest Way to Slice and Dice Vegetables

    With this “Tipline,” you can master the art of the knife in just a few minutes to make slicing and dicing vegetables a breeze. Before long you will be dicing onions, chopping greens, and cutting apples and bell peppers like it’s your job.

  • How to Build the Perfect Salad

    Building the perfect salad takes more than just greens in a bowl. Texture and flavor of the fruit and vegetables is just as important as the healthy ingredients themselves.

  • Cauliflower Rice Will Make Your Favorite Dishes Carb-Free

    Cutting carbs for 2016? If so, rice is probably one dish you’re eating less of in the New Year. But if you’re still craving some starch to accompany your healthy dinners, cauliflower is a low-carb substitution for rice in most meals.

  • How to Make Perfect Salad Dressing in a Mason Jar

    Say you’ve starting the New Year on a health kick — your 2016 healthy meal plan probably includes a fair share of salads. For dressing, you could reach for your favorite store-bought variety. Or pour on a healthier homemade vinaigrette, and you’ll cut down on the calories and preservatives on your plate.

  • How to Make Healthy Kale Chips in Your Microwave

    Though 2016 brings promise of hot new trendy foods such as seaweed and ube, kale is still found in many a refrigerator crisper. The leafy green is as much a go-to staple of a good-for-you diet as an apple a day. But if you’re already fatigued of kale salads, there’s a livelier way to serve up your greens: kale chips.

  • How to Build a Perfect Smoothie

    It’s that time of the year again —new Year, new you (or a better you, or the same you but trying to eat a little healthier). Time to get on those resolutions, and for most, eating better tops their list of things to do in 2016.

  • This Crock-Pot Chili Is the Perfect Winter Dish

    It’s chilly outside, so why not make chili inside? Get cozy around the kitchen table with a thick and hearty Crock-Pot chili that will feed a family or a football team, depending on how large a pot you have on hand.

  • A Crock-Pot is the Key to Perfect Pulled Pork

    Pulled pork is the stuff of meat lover’s dreams, whether layered on a soft slider roll for a sandwich or eaten on its own with a side of cole slaw. How to cook up delicious pulled pork for you next game day gathering? Crock-Pot, baby!

  • Crock-Pot Chicken Is the Easiest Holiday Dinner

    A roast chicken can make for an elegant Sunday dinner or a quick dinner party main course. But the whole roasting process becomes much less high maintenance when you cook the chicken in a Crock-Pot.

  • Pour This Gingerbread Infused Vodka Into Your Holiday Drinks

    With holiday parties in full swing, you’ve probably had your fair share of fizzy cocktails and mulled wine. Check out this “Tipline” video for a gingerbread infused vodka that tastes like Christmas in a bottle. This clip shows you how to make the flavored vodka at home with a few seasonal ingredients.

  • How to Roast Chestnuts Without the Open Fire

    Chestnuts roasting on open fire are a telltale sign of the holidays. If you haven’t roasted any yourself, you’ve at least heard Nat King Cole, Justin Bieber or Michael Bublé sing that classic line from “The Christmas Song” by now.

  • Why Crock Pot Mulled Wine Is the Perfect Holiday Cocktail

    Mulled wine is arguably the most multipurpose drink you can make during the holidays. Not only is it a soul-warming beverage during the chilly holiday season, it’s a great way to use leftover red wine and fruits you have stocked in your cupboards.

  • Eggless Eggnog Gives You All the Rich Flavor, No Salmonella Risk

    Eggnog is a Christmas tradition, but some people aren’t a fan of drinking raw eggs in beverage form — even if it’s alcoholic.

  • Turn Basic Sugar Cookies Into Eye-Catching Christmas Pinwheels

    Don’t show up with basic sugar cookies to your Christmas cookie swap! Roll them up into pinwheels with snazzy swirls of flavor.

  • The Ultimate Christmas Cookie Baking Tips and Tricks

    Whether you’re making treats for the kids, leaving cookies out for Santa, or participating in your office cookie swap, chances are you’re putting in time in the kitchen baking cookies during the holidays. How can you make sure your cookies are both co-worker- and Kris Kringle-approved?

  • Easy Milk and Cookie Shooters Are Pure Holiday Fun

    What’s better than milk and cookies on a cold winter’s night? Milk sipped in chocolate chip cookie shot glasses! We bet Santa’s never had his Christmas Eve cookies and milk like this!