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Hops give beer its bitterness, and beers that are heavy on hops, like American pale ales and English-style pale ales are often medium to full bodied, but can vary dramatically when it comes to ABV. These beers find a delicate balance between hop bitterness and malt, which gives beer its color and flavor. Hoppy and bitter beers are typically yellow to brown in color. They pair well with aged or hard cheeses, fried foods like fish and chips and creamy dishes like fettuccine alfredo or a mild curry with yogurt sauce.

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You’ll get plenty of satisfying protein (9 grams per 1/2 cup) and fiber (8 grams per 1/2 cup) from lentils, both of which promote a healthy digestive system. They’re full of iron and folate, too. You can easily swap lentils for the meat in many recipes, like tacos, burgers and Bolognese sauce. Pair lentils with other plant-based proteins like whole grains and walnuts to form a “complete” protein. One cup of cooked lentils has 18 grams of protein.

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Made with rice noodles, scrambled egg, bean sprouts and a protein like chicken, tofu or shrimp tossed in a flavorful sweet-and-sour sauce, pad thai hits all the right notes. It’s slurpy, tangy, a little bit funky (it includes fish sauce) and thanks to a garnish of chopped peanuts, a little bit crunchy.

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It can be tough to get kids, along with some picky grownups, to eat string beans. But char the colorful veggie in a hot skillet, toss it with ground pork in a sweet and savory sauce and watch the beans disappear — maybe even before the dish makes it onto the table.

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Travelers interested in showing off their version of this rich sauce at the dinner table or carrying leftovers on their flight home can carry gravy in a 3.4-ounce (or smaller) container. If you would like to carry more than this dollop, carefully secure it in an airtight plastic container, wrap it in plastic and pack it in your checked baggage.

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Here's a gift that leaves something to look forward to after the holidays are over. Options include:

If you ever find yourself running between pots and pans frantically trying to keep your dishes from burning, there’s one kitchen gadget you need: this smart pot stirrer from StirMATE. Whether you’re preparing meals for the week or cooking a romantic dinner, this hands-free automatic pot stirrer will make cooking a breeze.

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If I had a dime for every time I saw someone pour thick sweet barbecue sauce on bone-in-chicken pieces or a whole rack of ribs while they were raw, I would be a very wealthy griller!

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