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5 ways to use your Thanksgiving leftovers

While Thanksgiving may be a wonderful, delicious holiday full of food, friends and family, the aftermath isn’t always so pretty. Oftentimes, we end up with way more leftovers than we know what to do with, and these leftovers often end up forgotten, moldy and eventually in the trash. Now, just
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Crispy corned beef hash

On one very late Wednesday night, I sat squished in between good friends, tucked away in the plush couch cushions. Clutching a bowl of pomegranate seeds in one hand and a spoon in the other, I sank further and further into the sofa as my mind reeled over Alton Brown’s mad scientist-esque
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Garlicky quinoa and vegetable recipe

If you’re looking for a healthy and easy meal to make, with plenty of leftovers to last you through the week, then you’ve stumbled upon the perfect recipe. Using only two pots and a lot of veggies, this meal is the perfect go-to dinner or lunch.
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10 ways to polish off those holiday leftovers

Here at the Clog, we spend our holidays relaxing with our dog and our Netflix subscription after a stressful semester. We find ourselves growing uncomfortable with our inadequate ability to properly field the family’s questions regarding our “future plans.” We find ourselves sweating in our SoCal hood or snowed in
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How to cook for 1 and what to do when you fail

The “leftover party” is one our favorite types of parties — along with the “cookie party” and “beer party.” But cooking for one is nearly impossible, because apparently we’ve all been programmed to cook for many tummies bigger than just our own. Seriously, who knew 1.5 pounds of chicken turns into
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