This Is the Most Popular Zucchini Recipe on Pinterest — On Trend

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If your garden is overflowing with the yellow and green hues of squash, you aren't alone. The last dog days of summer are known for the juiciest tomatoes, the most frantic ice cream truck runs, and enough zucchini to make even the most seasoned home cook feel overwhelmed.

You might think zucchini bread or crunchy fried zucchini sticks are all you can do with your surplus, but you'd be pleasantly mistaken. In fact, the most pinned zucchini recipe on Pinterest (saved over 750,ooo times, actually) is an entirely different dish — it's pescatarian, savory, and an ideal main dish for summer. Have you tried it?


10 Delicious Ways to Turn Tortillas into a Meal — Tips from The Kitchn

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Born and raised in Los Angeles County, I grew up eating tortillas several times a week, often handmade from the taco stand. Today my husband and our girls regularly make corn tortillas from scratch, but I have no qualms about buying giant bags of both corn and flour tortillas at the store. They are super versatile, can be transformed into any number of dishes, and taste amazing. I'm not sure why tortillas haven't been declared a superfood, but I'm casting my vote.


The Thing I Use Up the Fastest in My Kitchen — Ingredient Intelligence

I lived a mustard-free childhood. Instead, Miracle Whip was the condiment of choice in my household. That was all well and good with me, as I found mustard too sharp and pungent for my tastes anyway. Funny how tastes change, however, because once I matured and flocked the Miracle Whip nest, I developed an insatiable taste for mustard.

While I truly love it in all forms now (with the minor exception of yellow mustard), my heart lies quite squarely with Dijon. The jar on the door of our fridge is easily what gets used up and replaced the fastest compared to other condiments.


3 Easy Ways to Make a Boring Pot of Rice Taste Amazing — Tips from The Kitchn

Making a pot of rice to serve with dinner is nearly automatic. But plain rice day after day can get, well, a little boring, don't you think? Here are three tricks I use to give my everyday rice a little extra oomph in the flavor department.


Our Favorite Grocery Store Olive Oil — Shopping

Olive oil is not something that gets used in my kitchen lightly: I use it in practically everything I cook, and I cook a lot. Still, I'm always shocked just how quickly I can get through a bottle — and by how expensive my olive oil habit can be.

I've long been on the hunt for a bottle from the grocery store that I can use every day without fail — one that delivers a mild, peppery flavor and won't destroy my grocery store bill. After much searching, I finally found the bottle that delivers all of this and more.


7 Types of Tomatoes You’ll Find at the Market (and What They Taste Like) — Tips from The Kitchn

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When tomatoes are at their peak, it's hard not to ogle them and only them at the farmers market. The array of shapes, sizes, and colors can honestly take your breath away and leave you loading up your tote until you can hardly carry it home. While countless varieties exist, there are a handful that you'll most likely come across regardless of the market you frequent.


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