What’s for Lunch?

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Do you often wonder what's for lunch? Here are five tasty ways to brown-bag your midday meal.

The Language of the Kitchen

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The language of the kitchen transcends borders. We somehow become closer, more connected … even when speaking in a foreign tongue.

Grass-Fed Beef Bulgogi

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Bulgogi means “fire meat” in Korean and it's a great way to cook lean grass-fed beef. Serve it on lettuce cups with short-grain brown rice for light, healthy dinner.

Make Your Dishes Do Double Duty for Better Leftovers

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Whether it’s the heat or just wanting to squeeze every little drop out of these long days, I’m less motivated to start meals from scratch every night. So I look for ways to make the dishes I do cook do double duty with creative leftovers.

Glass Noodle Salad with Spicy Sweet Shrimp

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Holy smokes is this yummy! Is about all I have to say. And ridiculously easy to pull together, too, especially if you have extra Spicy-Sweet shrimp on hand--or substitute other leftovers, like Mohogony Grilled Chicken. Packed with flavor yet light and refreshing, it's a go-to, one-dish meal for the dog days of summer.

Granita, granita!

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Who knew you could make your very own snow cone in a freezer with nothing more than a fork? Here are three simple steps to making your own (hint: summer herbs and fruit work great!).