An Ingenious Use for Herb Stems — Comment of the Day

Jess Foung recently explained a bunch of smart, savvy ways to use your herb stems (TLDR: Don't throw those things out!). A reader added another ingenious tip — I never would have guessed this works!


What Are Some Savory Portable Breakfast Options? — Good Questions

Q: I'm looking for some make-ahead or portable savory breakfast options. While I love a good muffin or yogurt, I just don't have much of a sweet tooth, and really prefer savory foods.

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The Best Wines for Beer Drinkers — Wine for All

We all have those friends who pigeonhole themselves into the beer-drinking category. Maybe they had a bad first wine experience, or perhaps they haven't even started to explore the world of wine yet. I say, "Why choose sides?"

Choosing a wine style similar to the style of beer you enjoy is a good way to make the transition. Finding a good wine match for a beer-lover is all about pairing weight, texture, and notes — like fruit, herbs, and earth.


A Field Guide to Sharing Small Spaces with a Roommate — Apartment Therapy

From Apartment Therapy → Storage Sharing Etiquette for Roommates: How To Master Splitting the Fridge & Other Small Space


Recipe: Chicken Guacamole Burgers — Recipes from The Kitchn

This is unimaginably better than a burger merely topped with guacamole. In this love child of a burger and guacamole, the guac is mixed right in with the ground chicken, making its presence felt in every bite.


Look at How These Crazy Fake Foods Are Made in Japan — Video

Have you ever walked by a window outside of a restaurant where plates of food are displayed? They're meant to catch your attention and make you want to eat at the restaurant. But how exactly do they make those plates of food? Is it actually real food, or something ... else?

Here's how display food is made in Japan. It's seriously mind-blowing.


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