Is Greek Pita Bread Unleavened?

Pita bread is a yeast-leavened flatbread from Greece. It’s made with wheat flour, baker’s yeast, salt, and sugar.

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Are Pasture-Raised Eggs Worth It?

They can cost as much as $8.99 a dozen at the grocery store. Many say the price is 100% worth it. Here’s what makes pastured eggs better.

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Is Stinging Nettle Edible?

It stings really bad. But cook it the right way, and it will also make your mouth water. Stinging nettle can make for delicious soups, stews, and pureers.

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Why Is My Carbonara Runny?

Your pasta carbonara came out runny and pooling in the plate? Here’s how to get this simple and delicious pasta dish right every single time.

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Is Watery Yogurt Bad for You?

If you opened a carton of yogurt and there was a watery substance on top, don’t worry. The yogurt is safe to eat. Here’s why.

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Can You Substitute Plain Yogurt for Mayo?

Check out how to substitute plain yogurt for mayo. And learn about the best recipes where this healthier alternative works deliciously well.

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Jambon-Beurre Sandwich Recipe

Make this simple, classic, and delicious Parisian sandwich at home. Here’s our best Jambon-beurre recipe.

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Why Are Sandwiches Called Sandwiches?

Where did the sandwich get its name? What was the first sandwich ever made? This, and other curious facts, in this blog post.

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9 Appetizers and Salads to Serve at a BBQ

If you’re wondering what to serve at a barbecue party, here’s our list of 9 appetizers and salads that will pair well with any main course.

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All You Want to Know About the Hero Sandwich

Created by an Italian baker in the early 1900’s, named by one of America’s first foodies in 1936, and enjoyed by New Yorkers, citigoers, and tourists ever since.

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