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Holiday Cooking with Weber Grills

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We can probably all agree that there’s no better way to spend a warm summer evening than by firing up the backyard grill and cooking an assortment of meats and sides. But what about in the middle of December? If your grill isn’t the first thing you’d think of when it comes to cooking Christmas dinner, our friends…

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Celebrate National Air Fry Day with Frigidaire

From spicy Buffalo wings to crispy french fries, everyone has their favorite deep-fried food, and nothing hits the spot quite like it. But, like most things that taste good, fried foods aren’t particularly good for you. Sure, baking, steaming, or boiling are all healthier methods of cooking—but they don’t give you that satisfying comfort food texture or taste.…

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Fat Tuesday Recipes

Today is Mardis Gras, aka Fat Tuesday, a day devoted to unrepentant gluttony. For those of us in the Chicagoland area, the quintessential way to mark the occasion is by enjoying paczki, a decadent donut-type dessert that hails from Poland. Others may be more familiar with king cake or various other traditional Mardis Gras foods. Whatever your go-to…

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Game-Day Recipes

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Sure, it’s called the Big Game weekend (well, technically it has a different name that we’re not legally allowed to use), but for many people, the actual game isn’t the main draw. For countless fans around the country, that particular Sunday is a day to hang out with friends, laugh at commercials, and enjoy an endless spread of…

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7 of the Best Ways to Cook a Turkey

Mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy and turkey sandwiches for days-these are hallmarks of a good Thanksgiving season. All Americans know that the centerpiece of the holiday table is undoubtedly the bird, but this tasty entrée can be tough (quite literally) to get right. As such, for about as long as Thanksgiving has been around—that’s about 400 years, if you…

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