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Frances Kim

Frances is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.

These classic recipes will help you get a head start on the festivities.
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Cross these items off your to-list today to make sure Turkey Day is as stress-free as possible.
From hardy greens to all kinds of squash, this what we plan to use in the kitchen this month.
Bell peppers are available year-round, but they're at their best in late summer, when they're more likely to come from a farm closer to home. Try them in everything from dips and salads to soups and stews.
Watch what you eat this Halloween—what you eat might actually be watching you! Our creepy cupcakes are topped with monsters, aliens, spiders, mummies, and more.
Learn all about this iconic Korean spirit, including our top recommendations and our favorite ways to enjoy it.
Here's the seasonal produce that's at its peak right now. Use this list to help you choose what to shop for during your next grocery trip, then learn how to make the most of your luscious bounty.
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Summer is in full swing and these are the fruits and vegetables you shouldn't miss at the market.
Here's what you need to know about this omnipresent dish and essential ingredient in Korean cuisine.
Don't miss our collection of tempting Passover chocolate cakes, apple cakes, almond cakes, and more for the seder table.
Nothing says true love like sharing a pot of melted cheese.
You have to have eggs for Easter brunch! And not just the dyed kind—we're talking deviled eggs, quiches, frittatas, omelets, and so much more.
Stock up on pears and pomegranates, and give underrated turnips and rutabaga some love, too.
We've got better-for-you versions of all the game-day classics, from dips to wings. It's all about smart swaps and techniques without sacrificing flavor.
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Nachos are the perfect snack for sports fans, as they're easy to make, utensil-free, and always a crowd-pleaser. Our favorite recipes are loaded with all kinds of delicious toppings and are just the thing for game-day entertaining.
Cue the sweet potatoes and cranberries, and don't miss out on kohlrabi, Brussels, cauliflower, and persimmons!
Autumn brings the cavalcade of pumpkin spice-flavored everything, including everyone's favorite seasonal latte. Take it to the next level by experimenting with pumpkin spice in your kitchen -- it can amp up so much more than your morning coffee. We're talking cakes, cookies, waffles, smoothies, you name it.
Intimidated by cooking Indian food? While there's always a time and place for ordering takeout, it's easier than you think (and healthier!) to recreate the flavors you love at home. Our best recipes for curry, tandoori, and more are oh-so-simple and ready in a flash.
While everyone knows and loves Key lime pie, these recipes take the citrus to new, unexpected levels.
Yes, it is possible to beat the heat and still get a satisfying dinner on the table. How? By whipping up one of our no-cook pasta sauces. They're quick, easy, and delicious.
Upend your lunch routine with these quick and easy noodle salads you can make in advance.
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Whether you're gluten-free yourself or hosting a gluten-averse guest, we're here for you with all kinds of delectable desserts, including cakes, cookies, pies, and more.
Kiss bottled salad dressing goodbye; make your own instead. It's healthier, cheaper, and ready in a flash.
With our expert tips, it's possible to store your fruits and vegetables so that they last longer.