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Caroline Miguelez

Caroline is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.
These are the bottles to bring to the feast.
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While you don't want to reach for a pricey bottle, you also want to avoid using cooking wine.
You shouldn't reach for a pricey bottle, but you also don't want to grab cooking wine.
The juicy red wines you'll be reaching for all season long are made with a technique called carbonic maceration.
Many famed wine regions blend grapes for their best-known bottlings.
Let a time-honored rule guide how you choose the cheese to go with your wine, or vice versa.
Red or white, still or sparkling, there are many excellent women-made wines from this famed California region.
Cold weather and cozy foods don't always mean you have to open a bottle of red.
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This Italian sparkling wine is popular for good reason.
Add these powerful ingredients to your meals and snacks.
The ingredients in these dishes can help fight bloat, pain, and fatigue.
From chili to ramen, this protein-packed ingredient is so much more than an alternative to meat. Here, learn how to use it in a variety of different dinner-worthy recipes. We even have ideas for using tofu as the star ingredient in breakfast, sides, and desserts.
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Is rice the ultimate healthy grain? It's a gluten-free pantry staple with wide appeal, and our collection of easy recipes for rice-centric mains and sides is sure to wow and satisfy your family and friends.
If stove tops could talk, the 42 burners in the test kitchen of Martha Stewart Living would have a lot of stories to tell. This series gives you an inside look at what goes on in the culinary world's most coveted workshop. For more, follow @42burners.
Obsessed with broccoli like we are? It's not just a side dish to steam or stir-fry, you know! Try our filling broccoli salad recipes that are hearty enough for dinner and great for make-ahead lunches.