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Want to make a fun and colorful alcoholic drink? In this lesson, The Vegetarian Baker teaches you how to infuse Absolut Vodka with jelly beans, making the vodka colorful and sweet. Using mini vodka bottles and jelly beans, you can create a cheerful mini-fridge-sized drink with a kick. It's the perfect way to get a little of your inner child into your adult beverage!


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Learn how to throw a Santa Maria-style barbecue party in your own backyard! Ike Simas, one of the foremost experts of traditional Santa Maria-style barbecue, visits Sunset Magazine to break down how red oak affects flavor, what steps go into preparing the meat, and how you can assemble some classic sides to accompany a choice cut of top sirloin.


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Wrangle up some colorful ingredients and make an unforgettable salad! This lesson shows you how to prepare a beautiful seven-color salad. Drizzled with delicious vinaigrette and plated to perfection, you can impress your friends and bestow a fresh and healthy meal upon them at the same time! Of course, you can always skip an ingredient or two, but then you'll have to come up with a different name!


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Who says peanut butter cookies can’t be part of a healthy diet? These all-natural peanut butter cookies are the perfect treat for your clean eating diet. TE culinary shares a tasty vegan cookie recipe with peanut butter, ground almonds, maple syrup, and other natural ingredients. Delicious and packed with protein, these clean cookies are the perfect treat to grab on the go!


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A healthy diet takes work, but clean eating recipes don’t have to be complex to be healthy and tasty. These cucumber canapés are nutritious, delicious, and easy to make! They’re the perfect healthy appetizer to have with friends, They’re also easy to prepare as a vegetarian or vegan recipe—just leave out the smoked salmon! With just a few simple steps your guests will be left wanting more, and you'll be the star of the party!


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Want others to join your quest toward health and wellness? By framing healthy habits positively and avoiding criticism of others’ lifestyles, you can advance your own eating habits and get others interested in eating healthy, too. Darya Rose, author and creator of Summer Tomato, reveals the best ways to talk to friends, family members, and kids about healthy choices.


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What’s better than Oreos? Oreo truffles! This indulgent dessert is a total crowd pleaser, and because the recipe only calls for 4 ingredients, it’s easy to make a second batch once you run out (and you’re gonna run out). Just crush some Oreo cookies, mix them with cream cheese, roll into bite-sized dollops and dip in melted chocolate. So simple, so delicious.


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Make a sweet summer treat by covering cookies in a cream cheese frosting and adding fruits and berries! In this lesson, Simply Bakings teaches you a recipe that will allow you to unleash both your artistic skills and your tastebuds. Learn how to make the frosting that will let your fruit stick to your cookie-pizza, then get suggestions for the kind of refreshing fruits that make great toppings. This lesson includes a link for a recipe for sugar cookies that you can use as your pizza base.


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Who says chips can’t be healthy? This lesson from TE culinary shows you how to make kale chips with just a few simple ingredients: olive oil, seasoning, and fresh kale. Best of alll, you don't have to feel guilty if you eat the whole cookie sheet full. This clean eating recipe yields the perfect guilt-free snack!


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The Dutch oven is one of a camp cook’s most versatile tools—from cooking hearty soups and stews to decadent cinnamon rolls. In this lesson from Sunset Magazine, associate food editor Elaine Johnson demonstrates how to use a Dutch oven at the campground. You will learn how a camp Dutch oven differs from the traditional model, discover the three most common coal arrangements, and get two mouthwatering recipes to test out in your own Dutch oven.


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You don’t have to limit yourself to the traditional ways of cooking. In this lesson from Sunset Magazine, food editor Margo True reveals six unconventional methods for cooking on gas or charcoal grills. Make popovers in a muffin pan, or turn your grill into an oven for large cuts of meat that require indirect heat; you can even cook directly in the coals for some recipes.


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Want to make a sumertime snack that is healthy and refreshing? Damav425 teaches you the recipe for a delicious apricot mango smoothie! Learn how to combine apricots, mangos, ice cubes, and orange juice to make this quick and easy smoothie. And if the smoothie's not sweet enough for your taste, just add a little honey!


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Fill the cookie jar with old-fashioned oatmeal raisin cookies! In this lesson, Honeysuckle Catering will take you through step by step instructions for making this delicious blend of oats, raisins, brown sugar, and spices. Oatmeal cookie recipes are plentiful, truly great recipes are scarce. Try out this crisp and chewy cookie that is sure to be a favorite with both kids and adults.


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Looking for a refreshing summer cocktail recipe? Learn how to make a modified French 75, featuring champagne and limoncello, in under five minutes. Toren Elste shows you how to eyeball the measurements and combine everything to perfection. This specialty cocktail is perfect for wedding events, birthday parties, or just quiet days around the house.


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Leave no camper hungry or thirsty! In this lesson, Sunset Magazine reveals the 10 things you must know about providing food and drinks for your fellow adventures. Get delicious recipes for campground staples, like s'mores -- as well as more adventurous recipes, such as bacon-wrapped dates and negronis for happy hour. You'll also learn a few practical skills, like how to wash dishes and plan for emergencies.


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Holy Guacamole! It’s time for a fiesta. Try this easy recipe for fresh and delicious guacamole that is sure to impress even your choosiest of friends. Learn how to prepare each ingredient (avocado, onion, garlic, tomato, lime, hot peppers and spices) so the flavors meld together in the final product. Join in on the fun and enjoy this delicious topping for chips, nachos, burritos, or hamburgers!


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Now that you know how to make fresh guacamole - try it out for yourself! Let us know how it goes by sharing a picture with the Curious community.

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Need a cute and light dessert for a tea party, bridal shower, or picnic? Honeysuckle Catering shows you how to transform a classic dessert into a bite-sized treat by making miniature strawberry cupcakes. They only need to bake for fifteen minutes, and both the batter and the frosting contain real strawberry puree. These mini cupcakes infuse a fresh strawberry flavor with a delightful bite of pure scrumptiousness. The recipe shown in this lesson is adapted from Sprinkles Cupcakes.


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For getting the most flavor out of vegetables, nothing beats grilling. In this lesson from Sunset magazine, food editor Margo True reveals the best methods for grilling veggies—from marinades to presentation techniques. You will learn how to keep vegetables from sticking, choose the perfect temperature, and more. There's something for everyone, whether you're looking for easy sides for a steak or ways to make a whole meal out of vegetables.


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Want to cook delectable meals in the comfort of your own backyard? In this lesson from Sunset Magazine, discover 10 tips that will help you cook on a gas or charcoal grill like a true professional. Food editor Margo True explains how to use vents to control temperature on a charcoal grill, why you should use a drip pan, when to use direct and indirect heat, and more.


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