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Best Red Velvet Ice Cream Recipe

This creamy homemade red velvet ice cream is made with a buttermilk base and cocoa powder for that iconic chocolatey, tangy red velvet flavor. It’s an ideal treat for Valentine’s Day and beyond. A cream cheese frosting is crucial to red velvet, so we added a swirl of the frosting throughout and crumbled some red velvet cake in too so you get bits in every bite. You can make your own cake or buy a few cupcakes from a local bakery to make it even easier.

When churning your ice cream, be sure to scrape the sides down. A lot

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Six O’Clock Solution: Salmon and broccolini share Ina Garten’s oven

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The pandemic forced us at first to cook dinner night after night, and many of us have become better at keeping meals simple as a result.

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Ina Garten, who offers some of her favourite easy recipes in her latest cookbook, Go-To Dinners (Clarkson Potter/Penguin, $47), favours repetition. “Cooking a tried-and-true recipe that I know everyone will enjoy … is like taking a deep yoga breath at the end of a stressful day,” she writes.

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Nigel Slater’s winter vegan and vegetarian recipes | Winter food and drink

My shopping begins with the fruit and vegetables. It always has done. Thoughts about what is in season, what is at its best at this moment, have always come before anything else. Rummaging through market stalls or surveying the long table at the greengrocer’s is the part of food shopping I enjoy most. It always seems like a good place to start. But often that is where it finishes too.

This month’s recipes are suitable for vegetarians and three of them are – with a tweak here and there – good for vegans too. I have roasted cauliflower and

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Recipes with Julie Van Rosendaal: Making the most of leftovers

With food prices continuing to cause sticker shock at the grocery store, the ability to be flexible while shopping can help.

Rather than sticking to a rigid list of ingredients for your usual go-to meals or to try a new recipe, be adventurous and pick up items on sale, whether or not they’re on your list.

We all approach mealtimes differently. Some plan ahead, most of us have a handful of dishes we make regularly, and while many of us enjoy it, not everyone has the energy to experiment every day.

Fortunately, the internet is an unlimited source of recipes

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Coconut chicken and chickpea chili: Get the slow-cooking recipe

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