No-Bake Strawberry Icebox Cake & Getting a Carrot Tan

No-Bake Strawberry Icebox Cake & Getting a Carrot Tan

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Emma Christensen
May 27, 2011
Have you ever gotten a tan from eating too many carrots? A study we found a year ago says that, yes, it's definitely possible! Also from last year: a super-simple and delicious strawberry icebox cake, a tour of an adorable Munich kitchen, and a round-up of the best picnic knives. The posts pictured above are in bold below.The hardest part about making this icebox cake is buying the strawberries. • Here are three great tips for separating eggs without making a mess or breaking the yolk. • Is it possible to eat your way to a tan? With carrots, yes!We'd have all our late-night chats and clandestine bowls of ice cream in this kitchen. • A potato salad with arugula and yogurt - perfect for those us who don't love mayo-heavy recipes. • Grab your knives - it's picnic season! • A few things to keep in mind when shopping for meat. • An infographic on how much people pay for food across the country, with some very interesting implications. • These teeny-tiny vegetables are almost too adorable to eat. • Ever wonder what those IBUs and degrees plato mentioned on beer bottles mean? • Is it warm enough for sangria yet? (Yes.) • This Munich kitchen gives us the travel bug. • Not enough chairs for your dinner party? No problem. • We totally dig the striped floor in this kitchen. • The pros and cons of rotating cookie sheets during baking. A Year Ago and a Week: Bake Sale Secrets and LOST Smoke Monster Popcorn
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