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Expert Tips

5 Healthy Breakfast Upgrades

Healthy Breakfast with Herbs

The talent behind F&W’s Photo Tour of Berlin, Marta Greber creates and photographs beautiful recipes for her Tumblr, What Should I Eat for Breakfast Today? Here, she shares some of her favorite twists on healthy breakfasts.

The secret to making a tasty, healthy breakfast lies in the ingredients and a will to try new things (like whole-grain porridge that tastes like apple pie). Besides giving you necessary energy, breakfast should be a pleasure, as it can set you in the right mood for the next 12 hours. Here, my five favorite breakfast tweaks. Read more >

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Best Thanksgiving Tips

Serve Something Fresh and Tangy for Dessert

Lemon Curd Parfaits

Not everyone has the fortitude to handle a rich dessert after a big holiday meal. Pastry chef Sarah Jordan of Chicago's Boka prefers to go the fresh and tangy route. Her three recipes are light, refreshing and very pretty too. Read more >

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Best Thanksgiving Tips

6 Ways to Change Up the Bird

Soy-Ginger-Lacquered Cornish Hens

For some people, a whole roast turkey can be the low point of the meal—bland, hard to cook perfectly—but there are satisfying alternatives, like roast Cornish hens or pimentón-spiced turkey breast. Read more >

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The Food & Wine Diet

Crispy Flounder and Sautéed Mushrooms with Cabernet Franc

Crispy Flounder and Sautéed Mushrooms with Cabernet Franc

These healthy recipes are all created to pair with wine (a 5-ounce glass has anywhere from 110 to 150 calories)—all for 600 calories or fewer. Read More »

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Best Thanksgiving Tips

5 Ways to Amp Up Any Gravy

Smoky Turkey Gravy

It's easy to upgrade gravy (like Kay Chun's fantastic smoky version) by spiking it with simple mix-ins. Here are 5 sweet and savory options. Read more >

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Best Thanksgiving Tips

The Secret to Make-Ahead Mashed Potatoes

Make-Ahead Potatoes

Reheated cold mashed potatoes are rarely as good as fresh, but F&W's Justin Chapple found a way to fix that. His recipes, from plain to harissa-spiked, call for a little mayonnaise, which keeps them super-creamy even when made ahead. Read more >

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Expert Guide

7 Ways to Use Ketchup

Mama Chang's Stir-Fried Shrimp and Scallions

Ketchup is classic with burgers and fries, but home cooks and superstar chefs alike have devised clever methods to leverage its sweet-and-tangy flavor. Here are seven ways to cook with ketchup, from a classic Chinese-American stir-fry sauce to Jacques Pépin’s glaze for chicken livers. Read more »

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The Food & Wine Diet

Spice-Roasted Carrots with Middle Eastern–Style Lentils with Côtes du Rhône

Spice-Roasted Carrots with Middle Eastern–Style Lentils

These healthy recipes are all created to pair with wine (a 5-ounce glass has anywhere from 110 to 150 calories)—all for 600 calories or fewer. Read more >

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New Slideshow

A Step-by-Step Guide to Making Pulled Pork

Making Pulled Pork.

Traditional Carolina barbecue begins with a whole hog smoked over coals; here, Sean Brock cooks pork shoulder for 12 hours in a 275° oven before smoking it for about 1 hour in a backyard grill. Click through the slideshow for his grill-and-oven method for Carolina pulled pork, plus three key sauces.

New Slideshow: DIY Pulled Pork

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Expert Guide

5 Ways to Eat Pumpkin for Breakfast

Pumpkin Crepes

The talent behind F&W’s Photo Tour of Berlin, Marta Greber creates and photographs beautiful recipes for her Tumblr, What Should I Eat for Breakfast Today? Here, she shares some of her favorite pumpkin breakfasts. Read more >

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