How to Read Food Labels & DIY Honeycomb Candy This Time Last Year

How to Read Food Labels & DIY Honeycomb Candy This Time Last Year

Emma Christensen
Feb 25, 2011

With the new USDA dietary guidelines making headlines, we've been more conscious than ever of reading labels. Here are our tips for becoming a smarter shopper, plus a crunchy honey candy, how to make tortillas from scratch, and the best way to dispose of kitchen grease.

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Can you guess the secret ingredient in these blissful brownies?

• Some tips for reading ingredient labels and becoming a smarter shopper.

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Almost a year ago, Walmart first started pushing its local food agenda.

• Getting rid of kitchen grease is always a conundrum.

• This dobos torte cake is the ultimate dinner party show stopper.

Candy with a crunch! We tested out a recipe for homemade honeycomb candy.

• Ditch store bought tortillas and make your own!

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Here's our definitive tutorial on how to fry an egg.

This vegetarian black bean espressio chili would be perfect for freezing in batches.

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