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This homemade chili seasoning is filled with all the best herbs and spices to elevate your meal! Once you make your own delicious blend, you won’t want storebought again!

I love making seasoning mixtures at home because I have control over the flavors and they’re free of preservatives! Homemade fajita seasoning, blackened seasoning, and Italian seasoning recipes are must-haves for your cooking arsenal. You’ll have to try them out next!

Herbs and spices mixed together to make chili seasoning in a small white bowl.

Homemade Chili Seasoning Recipe

People always ask me what the secret to my best-ever chili is, and this is it! It’s really no secret at all, just a blend of herbs and spices that I’ve perfected over the years. It’s savory and complex with the best pinch of spice- ready to make each bite of beans, meat, and veggies absolutely

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Slutty Vegan Founder Pinky Cole Raises $25 Million In Series A Funding Round With New Voices Fund And Enlightened Hospitality Investments As Lead Investors


“I had never seen vegan food presented in such a fun way,” says Meyer.

Aisha “Pinky” Cole is a busy woman. The founder and CEO of vegan burger chain Slutty Vegan now has products ranging from kettle chips to CBD gummies, not to mention a shoe deal, a foundation, and an upcoming cookbook (Eat Plants Bitch). In addition, Cole says a major grocery chain has ordered 60,000 units of Slutty Vegan dip, which comes in flavors like Bangin’ Hot-Lanta Chik’n and has already been on shelves at Target. And Cole is expanding beyond the Atlanta-based chain’s five stores into markets like Brooklyn and Baltimore. She says her goal is “to build a billion-dollar brand.”

In a For(bes) The Culture exclusive, Cole says she has raised $25 million through a Series A funding round that values her four-year-old brand

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My 10 Best and Easy Peanut Butter Recipes Joy the Baker


Joy the Baker holding krispie treats stacked on a platter.

I haven’t felt like making meals at all this week.  I don’t even seem to have the energy to cobble together my usual lazy stand-bys: scrambled eggs and a carb, toasted.  Strangely, I’m also not allowing myself to order any expensive (and everything is expensive right now) takeout so… well, I’ll be eating bananas smeared with peanut butter for the foreseeable future.  I did manage to bake off a batch of  peanut butter cookies in a sweet tooth energized baking moment. I suppose this week is plainly peanut butter themed.  Allow my laze to inspire your kitchen movements  – we’re always rather in sync so maybe you’re feeling the weights around your ankles too.  Here are my two handfuls of easy peanut butter recipes to get you up, in the kitchen, and back on the couch with a worthy snack.

  The most popular peanut butter recipe on the site

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Instant Pot Quinoa Recipe – Love and Lemons


Learn how to cook perfect Instant Pot quinoa! With my quick, hands-off method, this nutritious grain comes out fluffy and flavorful every time.

Instant Pot Quinoa

I’m a convert: this Instant Pot quinoa recipe is my new favorite method for cooking quinoa. It’s quick, it’s reliable, and – most importantly – it’s hands-off. I love that I can add the quinoa to the Instant Pot, get it cooking, and move on to something else. Whether I check on it in 20 minutes or in an hour, I’ll end up with a pot of fluffy, perfectly cooked grains.

Bowl of dry quinoa and glass liquid measuring cup filled with water

Instant Pot Quinoa Recipe Ingredients

To be clear, if you love cooking quinoa on the stove, there’s no reason you shouldn’t keep doing it. My stovetop quinoa recipe and this Instant Pot recipe yield pretty much the same results. The quinoa is fluffy, flavorful, and tender. Like I said above, the big advantage of the Instant

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