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    Teach Your Teen to Cook: Easy Toaster Oven Tips
    3 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on April 23, 2020

    Cooking can be intimidating for teens, but there will inevitably come a time in adulthood when it becomes a necessary skill. Rather than sending your teenager off to a world of radiator quesadillas and canned soup, teach them everything they need...

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    We tried Whipped Coffee and LOVE it!
    2 minute read Written by Pat Schweitzer on April 21, 2020

    What do you do when self-isolation keeps you from your daily coffee shop run? Make Whipped Coffee, also known as Dalgona Coffee! Named after Dalgona, which is a Korean Sugar Sponge Candy, this whipped coffee is sweet, sticky, and delicious. We...

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    Meal Planning Made Easy: 9 Helpful Appliances
    8 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on April 17, 2020

    Whether it’s your budget you are trying to get under control, or the ingredients going into your meals, creating a weekly meal plan can help you achieve both. Meal planning can seem intimidating at first, but with a little prep work and the right...

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    Cook While You Work (from Home): Six Slow Cooker Recipes
    2 minute read Written by Pat Schweitzer on April 14, 2020

    I have always loved the “walk away” convenience of slow cookers. But in this new time of working from home, home-schooling children, teens taking up all the wi-fi, and fighting with my husband for office space, the slow cooker has become my...

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    How to Make a Fabric Face Mask at Home
    4 minute read Written by Pat Schweitzer on April 7, 2020

    A big elbow bump to all of you who are pulling out your stacks of fabric scraps to sew face masks for those who need them. While they are not a substitute for personal protective equipment, social distancing and staying home, they can certainly...

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    3 Meal Planning Tips when Cooking for One or Two People
    3 minute read Written by Pat Schweitzer on April 2, 2020

    While working in the Hamilton Beach test kitchen today, performing test routines on a number of products, it occurred to me that my whole team is currently working from home and cooking for just one or two people. Our group runs the gamut from a...

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    Stocked up? How to Turn Boring Pantry Staples into Extra-Ordinary Meals
    3 minute read Written by Pat Schweitzer on March 26, 2020

    Remember that classic 90s slasher film, "I Know What You Did Last Summer"? Well judging from the empty shelves at the grocery stores I frequent, I Know What You Bought Last Trip! Your pantries are full of some great ingredients and I bet I know...

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    6 Slow Cooker Pantry Staple Recipes for Hunkering Down at Home with Kids
    3 minute read Written by Pat Schweitzer on March 18, 2020

    Whether you’re trying to work remote or juggling keeping the kids busy while preparing breakfast, lunch, and dinner (and working remote), there's one thing you can count on - your trusty slow cooker. These six slow cooker recipes can be put...

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