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Recipe: Slow Cooker Vegetarian Split Pea Soup with Grilled Cheese Croutons — Quick and Easy Vegetarian Dinners

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I grew up eating my grandmother's split pea soup, and it's one of the first things I learned to cook when I moved away from home. For this version, I omitted one harder-to-find ingredient so I can make it without a trip to a specialty store!

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20 Sweet and Salty Snacks for People Obsessed with Fall — Recipes from The Kitchn

The arrival of fall comes with the need for a whole new roster of snacks. Now there are packable school snacks, after-school snacks, soccer-practice snacks, and weekend apple-picking snacks to think about. These 20 recipes fit the bill in all of these situations and more. They lean sweet, salty, or both, depending on your mood of the moment.

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Duff Goldman Is Helping DIY Brides Make Their Own Cakes — Food News

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Among the long list of things you have to do to plan a wedding, making your own cake is probably not a priority. But what if you don't want to pay a caterer to do the dirty work and can rope in a helpful friend instead? Maybe this new DIY kit from Duff, the Ace of Cakes himself, will make it easier.

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The Best Kitchen Shelves from IKEA — Shopping

Whether you want to display some beloved pottery or need serious storage for your cookbooks, dishes, and pans, IKEA has you covered. Here are 10 of our favorite shelving options for any kitchen and budget.

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7 Tips for Starting Your Own Cookbook Club — A New Way to Gather

Do you know what's better than eating out with your friends? Cooking with your friends. And yet, it's so easy to fall into a rut of solo weeknight cooking and prepped-ahead dinner parties on weekends. The solution? A cookbook club.

A cookbook club will get you back to the great national pastime of community cooking, and it will help you finally cook from all those cookbooks you've been hoarding. It's also ridiculously fun, and you'll learn endless tricks from watching how your friends make a recipe.

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Guy Fieri Doesn’t Eat Eggs for Breakfast — Kitchen Heroes

Spiky hair, sunglasses, and a huge personality are all traits of the fun-loving Guy Fieri. Remember the old saying that you are what you eat? Well, apply that logic to this Food Network hero and suddenly his seemingly crazy antics, reactions, and mannerisms all become a little more clear when we take a look at his breakfast routine. Spoiler: It's 100 percent egg-free!

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