Twitter Is Obsessed with This Smart Colander Trick — Kitchn Tricks

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There are some things in life we don't question. Unlike tying your shoes, where you might use the loop, swoop, and pull method or the bunny-around-the-tree method, the kitchen colander leaves little to interpret.

Up until this point the colander seemed like something that needed minimal directions, if any at all. Like IKEA directions! First, place in sink; second, dump in pasta. It seems unquestionable until you see this alternate method that had me looking for the face-palm emoji!

Why haven't I been doing this my entire life?


You Need to See the Trailer for This Bollywood Remake of “Chef” — Food TV

When I stop to think about the things I shout from the rooftops and spread around social media to friends and family in regards to a new movie, usually it's about the latest Thor movie (everyone who stars in them is just so dreamy!) This time, however, I couldn't text the link fast enough to my foodie friends about a great movie that's getting a Bollywood remake.


FDA Says “Love” Is Not an Actual Ingredient, Sorry — Food News

As the number of products on supermarket shelves continues to grow, marketing, package design, and uniqueness in branding have become big business. This is especially true for smaller labels trying to sway the average consumer to purchase their product.

This was the case with Nashoba Brook Bakery's granola, which lists an ingredient on its bag that makes a consumer's heart go pitter-patter: love! But the FDA has something to say about that.


5 Essential Fall Recipes to Make After Apple Picking — Recipes from The Kitchn

Apple picking is, without a doubt, my most favorite fall activity. While others wait all year to start tailgating again, I wait all year to get at least one apple-picking excursion on my calendar. Loading up baskets with fruit while I munch on cider donuts and sip warm cider just feels like the ultimate celebration of the season. This perfect fall day doesn't end on the farm, however. When I get home, I love to cook up an apple-centric storm, starting with these five great recipes.


5 Mistakes to Avoid When Using Dry Ice — Trick-or-Treat

Dry ice can lend a fun and spooky atmosphere to your Halloween festivities, but knowing how to use it is incredibly important. Dry ice is the frozen form of carbon dioxide, which is why, instead of melting into a liquid when heated, it turns into a gas. As it sits at an exceptionally cold temperature of -109.3°F, handling it properly is a top priority.

Here are five mistakes to avoid when using dry ice.


What Is a Buddha Bowl Anyway? — Food Trends

If you've spent more than 30 seconds on Instagram, you've definitely scrolled past a Buddha Bowl (or 200). The brightly colored, artfully arranged bowls seem to be the go-to food source for every amateur yogi, the kind of people who alternate between taking pictures of their plates and pictures of their feet (because the rest of us wouldn't be able to make it through the day without knowing #whereIstand).


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