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Find out Tundra’s staff picks for some of the best recipes they love to cook up!

How to Make Corned Beef [Video]

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From a special meal for St. Patrick’s Day to an everyday staple, corned beef is delicious and, if you plan ahead, very easy to make!   Recipe Roughly 2 1/2 lbs beef brisket 1 quarts water 1/2 cup kosher salt 1/4 cup brown sugar 1 cinnamon stick (crushed) 1 tsp …

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How Restaurant Dining Differs in 10 Countries

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One could say that the rules we eat by are almost subconscious in us. When confronted by eating etiquette of different cultures, they may seem arbitrary to us, yet we’re accustomed, comfortable with our own rules (of course). Here’s a look at traditional eating etiquette in 10 foreign countries. Japan …

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Cabbage Rolls Recipe

With Oktoberfest in full swing and everyone craving their favorite German foods and beers, I felt it was only appropriate to share one of my family’s favorite dishes – cabbage rolls. Like chili on a cold winter evening, cabbage rolls are the perfect complement to a nice glass of your …

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Recipe: Cream of Asparagus Soup

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The start of spring doesn’t have to mean the end of soup season. With warmer temperatures come fresh asparagus, peas and artichokes—the farmer’s market in spring is a soup-lover’s paradise. So, don’t put away that warmer yet! Personally, I’m a pretty huge fan of cream asparagus soup. Here’s a recipe …

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Recipe: Cinco de Mayo Guacamole

Here’s the unvarnished truth about store-bought guacamole: it’s the Worst. (So bad it merits a capital W.) Like margarine or Velveeta, pre-fab guac is an inferior imitation of the real thing. It’s not worth your money. It’s not even worth sacrificing a single tortilla chip. If there were commandments associated …

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Blender Recipes

When going through and asking our Tundrites what their favorite piece of kitchen equipment is, they have answers that range from knives to cast iron skillets to bottle openers (yes, someone actually said that a bottle opener was their favorite), but it rarely fails when asking them what the first …

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