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8 Things You Can Make In A Waffle Iron

June 29th is Waffle Iron Day! But this gadget does much more than make breakfast. Check out these easy meal (and dessert!) ideas you can make in minutes.

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Southern Biscuits And Gravy

This authentic Southern recipe is easy-to-make and will be your go-to breakfast favorite!

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Make Perfect Polish Pierogi From Scratch

Every culture has its dumplings but these are some of the best! Learn to make them at home with our easy recipe!

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What The Heck Is A Persimmon?

Persimmons do more than predict the weather! Learn more about this sweet, delicious, and versatile fruit.

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Learn To Make Lefse: A Norwegian Potato Flatbread

This traditional Norwegian staple is easy to make and delicious to eat, served a variety of ways. Get the recipe here!

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What The Heck Is Marzipan?

In Germany, there are life-sized statues made of this sweet almond confection. But what is it and how is it made? Read on!

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Meals In Minutes: Healthy Soups You Can Make In Your Blender

Turn your blender into a short order cook and whip up these quick, nutritious, and satisfying soups the whole family will enjoy!

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Lucky Foods For The New Year

What you eat on January 1st could determine the success of your new year. We have the list plus recipes!

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