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Karen Miner is the Associate Editor for SheKnows Food. She is a freelance writer, recipe developer and is also the cook, author and photographer behind the food blog, Tasty Trials, a collection of original recipes and stories. She and her husband live in the San Francisco Bay Area – a food lover's paradise. You can follow her on Twitter at @TastyTrials.
Gone are the days when premade ravioli meant gloppy, for-kids-only, canned pasta in faux meat sauce. Nowadays you can get plenty of great frozen options that make meals a breeze. A few quick additions, and you're on your way to deliciously quick and easy ravioli dinners that will become part of your weekly rotation.Read Full Story
This week's Eatable News covers a lot of ground, from an automatic Jell-O shot machine that I might be a little too excited about, to adorably tiny Pop-Tart cereal, PB&J hot dogs, your face on a chocolate Easter egg and more.Read Full Story
It's about time bacon got in on the Easter game, don't you think? Oscar Mayer thought so, and I personally think they're geniuses for it. Bacon-filled chocolate bunnies, bacon nests to hold your chocolate eggs and, last but not least, bacon Easter grass to put into your baskets.Read Full Story
As proven time and time again, deviled eggs are not as easy to make as one might think. They end up with unsightly rings around the yolks, they have unpleasant smells, they're impossible to peel, and they're hard to fill. Before you throw in the towel and buy a platter from the local deli, bone up on these tips. You'll get perfect deviled eggs every time.Read Full Story
It's been a very eatable week in the food world, chock-full of surprising mashups, awesome Easter candy hacks, drool-worthy recipes, over-the-top cocktails and a candy-covered bed you have to see to believe.Read Full Story
I so desperately want to be that person who walks confidently to the butcher counter, requests one whole chicken, thank you very much, then returns home and cuts it up with such precision and ease that Martha Stewart would be jealous.Read Full Story
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