Category Archives for Cooking & Recipes

How to Make Coffee Without a Coffee Maker

No coffee maker? No problem! You can still enjoy a great cup of coffee with a few household items and a little creativity. It’s to panic early in the morning

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How to Make Baked Macaroni and Cheese from Scratch

You think you know how to make macaroni and cheese, don’t you? If you use stuff from a box, slap yourself now (though if you’re in a college dorm

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No-Bake Cheesecake Recipe | Make No-Bake Cheesecake at Home

Ok, today I’m going to show you how to make an absolutely delicious dessert called “No-Bake Cheesecake”–as you may have already guessed,

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How to Make a Pinata at Home (Mexican Piñata)

First a bit of history, because I find it interesting (if you don’t, feel free to just skip down to the how-to part). It’s unclear precisely where or how

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How to Make Pancakes from Scratch (with added bonus recipe)

Today I’m going to show you how to make the awesomest “regular” (not flavored or stuffed or anything) pancakes you will ever eat (I’m not kidding,

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How to Make Doughnuts (homemade from scratch)

I love doughnuts. Do you love doughnuts? Glazed, powdered sugar, jelly-filled, cream-filled, custard-filled, long johns, chocolate-glazed, chocolate with glaze,

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How to Make Japanese Fried Dumplings (Yaki Gyoza aka “pot stickers”)

Yaki Gyoza is the Japanese version of a Chinese dumpling which is extremely popular in Japan and China, as well as other places besides Asia, especially the U.S. A

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How to Make Soy Milk at Home

Soy milk is a combination of water, protein, and oil. It’s made by letting dry soybeans soak in water for a period of time and then grinding/blending them into

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How to Cook Basmati Rice: Simple Instructions to Make Basmati Rice in 25 Minutes

Basmati rice is a type of long grain rice cultivated in India and Pakistan that’s renowned for its multi-faceted flavor and fragrance (its name actually means

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How to Grill Corn on the Cob (takes about 15 minutes)

Corn on the cob is a very easy vegetable to grill, you just need a grill, some aluminum foil, butter, salt, and pepper (or whatever other spices you want to use).

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