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Kelly Vaughan

Kelly is a former associate digital food editor for MarthaStewart.com.
Bold flavors and nutrient-dense ingredients define these delicious and healthy slow-cooker recipes, which include bean soup, fish curry, and braised chicken with garlic.
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Encourage guests to linger a little longer over brunch by serving any of these cocktails that are just right for day drinking.
From classic pot roast to triple chocolate brownies, these are our go-to recipes when we want to use the slow cooker.
For weeknight dinners or holiday entertaining, our favorite baked pasta recipes are loaded with melted cheese and couldn't be more comforting.
There's no better way to celebrate New Year's Eve with the ones you love most than by making these festive, easy, and delicious recipes for dinner.
Take your pie to the next level with these stunning creations, from simple patterns on single crust pies to intricate woven designs and creative cutouts on top crusts.
From traditional rugelach to festive glitter ball cookies, these cookie recipes for Hanukkah are sure to be enjoyed for all eight nights of the holiday.
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We've got plenty of creepy Halloween cocktails and spine-chilling sips for grown-up goblins.
Learn all about this juicy cut of chicken, including why you should be cooking it at home.
This week on Out of the Kitchen, the Living food team shares their tips for making this crowd-friendly drink this summer.
Whether or not there will be vegetarians in the mix at your next gathering, these special-occasion recipes will delight and satisfy everyone at the table.
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This ephemeral juicy fruit makes summer a whole lot sweeter. Delicious eaten on their own, cherries also shine in everything from pies and jams to savory appetizers and salads.
This ephemeral juicy fruit makes summer a whole lot sweeter. Delicious eaten on their own, cherries also shine in everything from pies and jams to savory appetizers and salads.
The giant tortoise, named "Fran," was discovered on Fernandina Island.
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