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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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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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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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Let’s get back to basics! In this lesson, Elaine Johnson, associate food editor at Sunset magazine, walks you through the most essential campground cooking skills, including: using a camp stove, working with cast iron skillets and camp grills, and building a fire for cooking. You will also learn two simple, crowd-pleasing recipes for breakfast and dinner.


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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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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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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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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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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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Do you eat out often? Learn how to stick to your healthy habits, even when you’re on-the-go! In this lesson from Darya Rose, author and creator of Summer Tomato, learn how to decipher confusing menuspeak to order food that is both tasty and healthy. You’ll also explore your options for substituting unhealthy items and eating food in the best order. (Hint: don’t save the best for last!)


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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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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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With just a cooking grate, sand, aluminum foil, and bricks, you can build your own barbecue pit in minutes. Margo True, food editor at Sunset magazine, shares the blueprint (courtesy of celebrity chef Michael Fiorello). Gather some fire-building materials and invite your friends over to test out your DIY creation.


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Eating healthy starts with the food in your kitchen. If you don’t stock your fridge and pantry with wholesome and nutritious meal options, you will be more likely to take the easy route and order something fast and greasy elsewhere. In this lesson, Darya Rose, author of Foodist and creator of Summer Tomato, offers several tips and tricks for easing your way into cooking healthy meals at home.


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Making cheese doesn't have to involve fancy tools! Learn how to easily make soft cheese with just yogurt, salt, paper towels and a fine sieve! This lesson from The Cool Kitchen offers a quick and easy recipe for making a delicious and creamy Lebanese cheese called labneh. You only need a few items and the ingredients list is sparse: yogurt, salt and whatever herbs or seasonings you’d like to add. Flavor this cheese to your liking and serve with salmon lox or on bread.


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Before you set out on your next adventure in the great outdoors, make sure you have the right food—and enough of it! Elaine Johnson, associate food editor at Sunset magazine, reveals what to prep ahead, why you should use a grocery list, how to pack a cooler to keep fragile foods safe and secure, and more. With all of the meals squared away in advance, you can spend less time hovering over the grill and more time enjoying the fresh air.


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Once you have developed a long-term plan for eating healthy, learn how to find naturally nutritious foods and avoid refined sugar and refined grains. Darya Rose, author and creator of Summer Tomato, explains how to avoid confusing advertising labels and find out what’s really in your dinner. You’ll also learn the best way to organize your plate to avoid overeating and get all of your necessary nutrients.


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You don’t need an oven to make pizza! In this lesson from Sunset Magazine, associate food editor Elaine Johnson reveals how to make one of America’s favorite foods on an outdoor grill, along with three killer topping combinations that you can recreate in your own backyard. Find out the easiest way to prepare the dough, how to grill it to a perfect golden brown, and how to get your guests involved in building their own pizzas.


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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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