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Past articles by Sarah:

12 Food Writers Share Their Favorite Safety Drink

What do food and drink people order when they find themselves at a crappy bar? Here's what we found out. → Read More

I Avoided All These Foods While Pregnant. Was It Worth It?

Steak tartare, sushi, and Champagne — what it feels like to go back to the best things in life after having a baby. → Read More

How I'm Trying to Avoid Passing on My Food Issues to My Kids

Here are a few tips from professionals that I'm going to use to help me navigate my own issues with food and keeping them mine, not passing them down. → Read More

The Worst TV Shows to Watch While Eating Dinner

Some shows might make you hungry, like Bob's Burgers, while others are totally unappetizing. Do you agree with this list? → Read More

The Most Obnoxious Things a Parent Can Do on Social Media

Social media can be a great way to connect with other parents, but it isn't always a perfect system. → Read More

12 Real Moms and Dads Share Tips to Make Dinner More Fun

Need some help getting your kids to enjoy dinner? Here are 12 real parents on how they make things a little more fun. → Read More

5 Easy Ways You Can Save Now to Splurge at the Dinner Table Later

Looking to save up for a special meal? Here's how one writer cuts back on some things so she can splurge on dinner. → Read More

5 Ways You Can Help Parents of Kids with Allergies

After speaking with parents of kids with severe allergies, I realize there are steps I can take to be a better ally and friend. → Read More

My Number-One Tool When Dining Out with Toddlers

Is eating out at restaurants with your kids stressful? These neat-ware table toppers might be helpful for you and your family. → Read More

How I'm Making Hanukkah Special for My Kids This Year

So long hash browns from the diner and a viewing of "The Hebrew Hammer" to celebrate Hanukkah. → Read More

The Most Ooey, Gooey Cheese Pulls You Can Find on Instagram

Get on the dairy appreciation train and take a look at some of the most stretchy, gooey, melty displays of cheese on the 'gram that we could find. → Read More

The Worst Potluck Horror Stories of All Time

I once witnessed a coworker cut off a piece of community chocolate cake with her car key. She licked the key clean and put it right back in her pocket. → Read More

10 Busy Parents Share How They Make Coffee in the Morning

Here are some ways real moms and dads make their morning cup of joe that help them make it to that evening cocktail. → Read More

This Is the Most Popular Pumpkin Recipe on Pinterest

Looking for a delicious pumpkin recipe to make this season? Pinterest says you should make these muffins. → Read More

8 Breakfast Recipes Every College Kid Should Know

Eating a good breakfast during college doesn't need to be hard! Here are our favorite easy, on-the-go recipes that you'll fall in love with. → Read More

This Is the Most Popular Salmon Recipe on Pinterest

It's no secret that salmon is a favorite among many home cooks. It's healthy, it tastes delicious in a myriad of preparations, and it's readily available. → Read More

5 Tips for Grocery Shopping from an Instacart Shopper

To get some pro grocery shopping tips, Shawna Haner, Instacart's new markets associate, is showing us the ropes. → Read More

This Is the Most Popular Pancake Recipe on Pinterest

The most popular pancake recipe on Pinterest is far from the traditional. To boot, it's been saved more than 240,000 this year alone. → Read More

5 Budget Ingredients Every College Student Should Have

Here are five of our favorite staples to have on hand so you shop like a pauper but eat like a prince. → Read More

This Is the Most Popular Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe on Pinterest

It's been saved over 138,000 times on the platform this year alone. There's tons of chocolate, two kinds of flour, and lots of butter (obviously). → Read More