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  • Soup Recipes to Comfort You in the Coming Months

    Posted on by Cleverona Kitchen

    As we end summer and enter fall, days and nights will only get colder. We’ll welcome the coming days preparing our kitchen to produce dishes that will warm us right up. And nothing warms us up like a bowl of delicious homemade soup. But we can’t really...

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  • Classic Cookout Recipes for Labor Day

    Posted on by Cleverona Kitchen

    Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers and is traditionally observed on the first Monday in September. Labor Day is celebrated in cities and towns across the United States with parades, picnics, barbecues, fireworks displays, and other public gatherings. For many Americans,...

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  • Preparing Your Home for Autumn

    Posted on by Cleverona Kitchen

    Fall or Autumn is the time of the year that transitions summer into winter. It's where the nights get a little bit longer and the air gets a little bit colder. The weather can also be unpredictable that it's best to be prepared for any cold surprises....

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  • How to Store Summer Fruits and Vegetables

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    How to Store Summer Fruits and Vegetables

    Summer is over in a few weeks and it might be the last opportunity for you to go out and have fun under the sun. The same goes for your favorite fruit or vegetable that...

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  • The Four Parenting Styles

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    The Four Parenting Styles

    In the 1960s Diane Baumrind, a developmental psychologist, created a famously referenced categorization of parenting styles. She identified three common styles of parenting behavior: Authoritative, Authoritarian, and Permissive. Adding to the three styles introduced by Baumrind, in...

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  • The Truth Behind Fad Diets

    Posted on by Cleverona Kitchen

    For many years people have waged wars against weight gain and obesity. Whether there was a medical professional involved or not, we’ve all tried to alter our eating habits and endured bland tasteless food in hopes of shedding a few pounds. And countless times did we fail...

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  • 50 Dishes From 50 States to Celebrate Fourth of July

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    Food is an important part of any celebration regardless of culture or religion. It can unite and strengthen community bonds and helps to maintain a common identity among a group of people. Different states use food in different ways to help...

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  • What's up With Gluten?

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    In the 1990’s we saw how the low-fat craze changed the way Americans eat. By 2001 a third of the American population was overweight. What we didn’t know then was that...

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  • What Is the Michelin Star and Why Do Chefs Aspire to Have It

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    In case you don’t know Gordon Ramsay, he can be seen on television shows like Master Chef US, Master Chef Junior, Hell’s Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares, and Hotel Hell. But unlike your typical cooking show chefs, Gordon has...

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  • Kitchen History: How the Refrigerator Came to Be

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    Kitchen History: How the Refrigerator Came to Be

     

    It’s hard to believe that in 1930 only 8% of Americans have a refrigerator at home. Now almost 100% of households have a refrigerator with 24% even...

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