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  • Cooking & Baking

    Back Pocket Recipe: Zucchini Shrimp Pasta from I Heart Umami

    ChihYu of I Heart Umami, an Asian-Inspired Paleo, Whole30 and Keto recipe blog, keeps coming back to a zucchini noodle dish with shrimp and avocado basil pesto.

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  • Cooking & Baking

    Back Pocket Recipe: Charred Vegetable Salad for Summer from Chef Daniel DiStefano

    We all have recipes that we keep coming back to. They’re the ones we lean on for dinner parties or potlucks. The ones we make when we aren’t feeling ambitious, but still want impressive results. We make them over and over again and always get rave reviews. At OXO, we like to call them our Back Pocket Recipes.

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  • Categories

    Four Easy Iced-Coffee Upgrades to Try Out

    For many of us, getting up and ready to go in the mornings is like running to board an economy-class seat on a long flight: A tight squeeze, a little turbulent, and definitely rushed. Coffee is undoubtedly one of the bright spots on any morning though.

    By Erin Meister
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  • Cooking & Baking

    Three-Ingredient Summer Sides

    The best thing about summer (aside from swimming, lightning bugs, barbecuing and popsicles) is cooking with seasonal, farm-fresh produce. With fruits and veggies at their peak, you don’t have to be a master-level chef to pull together stunning side dishes using just three ingredients. The following recipes are designed to be easy-peasy for you, so the ingredients shine through. Bonus? Most of them are delicious at room temperature. Note: we didn’t count staples like olive oil, salt or pepper towards our three-ingredient limit.

    By Rebecca Ulanoff
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  • Coffee & Beverages

    Craft Mocktails for Hot Summer Days

    Sometimes on a hot summer day, all you can think about is a refreshing, thirst-quenching, ice-cold-moisture-accumulating-on-the-glass drink to cool you down. We talk a lot about infused alcohols or batch cocktails during the summer, but what about letting the liquor take a back seat? We’re thinking about punchy shrubs or using an herb infused simple syrup to make zero-proof cocktails – sometimes known as soft cocktails or mocktails – that are both bright in color and flavor.

    By Kate Gagnon
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  • Coffee & Beverages

    How to Infuse Alcohol with Summer Flavors

    You don’t have to be a mixologist to infuse a little extra fun into your summer with these easy (no, really, super easy) tips for deliciously different cocktails.

    By Valerie Liston
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  • Baby & Toddler

    What to Pack When Traveling with Kids

    Summer is a great time to take a vacation with kids: the weather is warm so you’ll save room in your suitcase, and your destination options are virtually unlimited. Here are some things I’ve learned about going on vacation with kids, including the must-pack essentials and ways to save time and money.

    By Kasey Hickey
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  • Coffee & Beverages

    4 Vacation-Worthy Drinks You Can Make at Home

    Nothing says summer vacation quite like drinking a fruity beverage out of a pineapple. But slicing the prickly fruit can be a hassle, and canned just isn’t the same.

    By Emily Connelly
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  • Baby & Toddler

    Dinnertime and Meal Planning as a Family of Four with Effortless Chic

    The first year with an infant is a crash course in transitions. Everything from sleeping and feeding to their physical movements and development are constantly changing. One thing that was really hard for me to get a handle on in the beginning was dinner time, but at 10 months old now, it feels like we have finally found our rhythm.  I love the idea of a meal plan, but honestly it doesn’t work for us in this season of life.  What does work for us is more of a capsule pantry approach. Having a well-stocked pantry, a refrigerator full of a handful of staples, and essential cooking tools that work for a myriad of meals means dinner is always just thirty minutes away. (more…)

    By The Effortless Chic
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  • Behind The Scenes

    Behind the Design: Space Saving Drying Rack

    OXO Tot was born out of necessity. In five years, 25 babies were born to OXO’s then 50 employees. Our engineers and product managers took the same curiosity-driven, problem-solving approach to parenthood (and the slew of gear that comes with it) as they did with creating household tools. Bib not catching crumbs, drips, and dribbles? Enter the Roll-Up Bib. What about a wipes dispenser that dispenses one wipe at a time instead of a handful at once? Try the PerfectPull Wipes Dispenser.

    By Rebecca Ulanoff
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  • Behind The Scenes

    Ask OXOnians: Our Biggest Cooking Challenges

    When it comes to cooking, no two people are exactly alike (we’re pretty sure that’s what makes potlucks work so well). Chances are, though, you’ve run into a task (or many) that you find intimidating.

    By Emily Connelly
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  • Behind The Scenes

    OXO February Challenge: Mastering Common Cooking Challenges

    February can be a slower month; the quiet after the holiday season, plus dreary weather and dropping temperatures can make it feel a little uninspiring. We decided to turn things around though, and take this month to inspire you to tackle some common cooking challenges (and fears). We’ll show you what OXOnians have overcome in the kitchen, good tips for mastering skills and new ways to get better dishes on the table. Follow along as we take on new skills every week this month.

    By OXO
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