Headshot: Kimberly Holland
Headshot: Kimberly Holland

Kimberly Holland

Kimberly Holland is a highly regarded food editor and content creator, sharing her knowledge on turkey basting, pizza making, and random food facts for dozens of nationally known brands. She has also been a market editor for over 10 years, highlighting exciting and new kitchen and home products.
There's no rule that breakfast has to happen before noon. Or night, for that matter. Why should the most important meal of the day be relegated to the early morning hours? It shouldn't be! Making breakfast for dinner is a fun way to switch things up, break out of a cooking rut, and luxuriate over some scrambled eggs or decadent French toast instead of stuffing your face just in time to run out the door. Coffee is optional at this hour, but breakfast cocktails are certainly not off-limits when you're eating breakfast right before bed. Craving breakfast for dinner? Here's what to make!RELATED: 17 Easy, Tasty Breakfast Recipes With Eggs
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Sweet potatoes aren't just an orange alternative to the regular white-fleshed spuds. Sure, you can make mashed sweet potatoes and even sweet potato fries, but these root vegetables are versatile and unique enough that they have their own genre of recipes you'd never dream of making with white potatoes, like sweet potato pie and sweet potato bread. Sweet potatoes are perfect for chilly nights, when you're craving something comforting and warm. They make delicious Thanksgiving side dishes too, when they're roasted and baked in all forms of sweet potato casserole. Additionally, they can also be cooked quickly enough to serve on a weeknight dinner plate. Family and guests will love whatever you make from our collection of the best sweet potato entree recipes. And don't worry, there are plenty of sweet potato side and snack recipes too. Each of these recipes was crafted to highlight what's so special about the potato—its natural sweetness, its creamy flesh, and its versatility. Whatever your reason for looking for a great new sweet potato recipe, these options are sure to offer something you'll enjoy making and eating. RELATED: 5 Healthy Reasons to Eat Sweet Potatoes Today
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Get your ribeye grill ready without sacrificing flavor, texture, or your health.
Here, a guide to deciding which brining technique is best for your bird.
Get your ribeye grill ready without sacrificing flavor, texture, or your health.
Here, a guide to deciding which brining technique is best for your bird.
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A mojito is a classic Cuban cocktail that’s synonymous with hot summer days. The basic mojito recipe calls for just five ingredients: white rum, sugar, lime juice, mint, and soda water. This simple mojito recipe sticks to that formula with refreshing and invigorating results. The sweetness of the sugar helps blunt the burn of the rum and citrus juices. A hint of sweetness from herbaceous mint is a nice flavor to round out this cocktail. If you don’t yet know how to make a mojito, use this recipe, and remember this secret: always use freshly-squeezed citrus juice. As with other popular cocktails, like an amaretto sour, the quality of the cocktail rides on how fresh the citrus juices are. Your mojito deserves nothing less.
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