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Past articles by Hali:

Why I Don’t Need to Have My Grandmother’s Biscuits Again

Hali Bey Ramdene hasn't had her grandmother's biscuits since she was 7 years old, but the memory is just as delicious. → Read More

Recipe: Dorie Greenspan’s Chocolate Matzo Morsels

Perfect for Christmas, Hanukkah, and all the days in between, these morsels are spun together from melted chocolate, a bit of butter, crushed matzo cookies, and plump raisins. → Read More

Recipe: Dorie Greenspan’s Blondies

According to Dorie, there are three ways to bake a better blondie. → Read More

The 10 Hottest New Cookbooks to Come Out in 2018

These cookbooks, in our expert opinions, are the best ones to give this holiday season. → Read More

Make Buttery, Flaky Puff Pastry Samosas for Diwali

Unlike traditional samosas, these are made with puff pastry for a buttery, flaky crunch. The filling, however, is very much full of South Indian ingredients and flavors. → Read More

The Biggest Lesson from the Instant Pot's One-Star Reviews

Those unsatisfied Amazon shoppers have a point. Here's what you can learn from the one-star reviews on the Instant Pot. → Read More

Recipe: Sheet Pan Honey-Sesame Tofu and Green Beans

A sesame-glazed tofu dinner that rivals your best takeout. → Read More

The 10 Best Things to Eat This Labor Day

With Labor Day weekend on the horizon, I've assembled a dream list of things to eat over the holiday weekend. → Read More

Oh, Hello, Salted Brown Butter Rice Krispies Treats

Salted brown butter gives this minimalist no-bake dessert a maximalist upgrade. → Read More

5 Lessons I Taught My Mom During a Recent Trip to HomeGoods

She knows a lot, but she can stand to learn a few things from me when it comes to grocery shopping at HomeGoods. You might learn something here, too. → Read More

You Need to Make This Creamy Corn Mac & Cheese ASAP

A mix of basil and corn turn mac and cheese into a summer mainstay. → Read More

6 Ways to Use Your Slow Cooker to Make a Tex-Mex Feast

From tequila-doused fajitas to elote rice, author and blogger Vianney Rodgridguez shows you how to make all your Tex-Mex favorites in the slow cooker. → Read More

The Best Thing You Get from Sonic Isn't on the Menu

The chewable, soft-textured ice at Sonic isn't on the menu, but it is for sale, and it's 2 bucks for 10 pounds. → Read More

The One Thing You Should Always Do Before Juicing a Lemon

Zesting your citrus before juicing and storing in the freezer is the best way to use up all your lemon has to offer. → Read More

Ina's Most Helpful Tip for Better Roast Chicken

What we learned about buying the right size roast chicken from Ina Garden. → Read More

What's That Weird Stuff Coming Out of Salmon?

It's just protein — but if it bothers you, you can totally avoid it with this handy tip! → Read More

The 2-Ingredient Recipe That Upgrades Any Salad

Hot, buttery nuts are the two-ingredient recipe ready to make your salad sparkle. → Read More

My Favorite Recipe for Chicken Came from a Jar of Mayo

Hellman's back of the jar recipe for Parmesan chicken is surprising tasty on eggplant. → Read More

15 Ways Dijon Can Be the Robin to Your Batman in the Kitchen

Dijon mustard is a must-have condiment not only for better sandwiches, but for creamy sauces, better dressings, and even a better chicken dinner! → Read More

PSA: You Can and Should Make Your Deviled Eggs Ahead of Time

A game plan from Kitchn's food editors for making deviled eggs in advance. → Read More