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15 Genius Cooking Hacks, Charts, and Tips For Back-To-School

Tips & Tricks August 15, 2018

Teachers tell you not to take shortcuts, but once you step inside the kitchen with HelloFresh this back-to-school season, YOU are the one in charge... and YOU make the rules. (...)

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Download The New HelloFresh Chrome Plugin!

Lifestyle August 10, 2018

You’re one click away from the most mouth-watering new tab page on Google Chrome EVER. 

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The Easiest Ever Moroccan Tagine Recipe (+a chance to win!)

Eat August 9, 2018

Now that Hawaii and Vietnam are behind us, we're heading to North Africa for stop 3 on the deliciously diverse Global Eats tour. Our step-by-step Moroccan tagine recipe walks the line (...)

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This Is What Breakfast Looks Like Around The World (+a quiz!)

Eat August 6, 2018

Discover what foods, flavors, and traditions define the early morning meal in 12 countries around the world. 

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Chucho says:

In my experience, we Mexicans start eating lunch between 1 and 3 pm.
The recipe for chilaquiles listed in here is very fancy and unusual for everyday breakfast. Most of the time, we eat chilaquiles “verdes” or “rojos” (green or red) that are made with regular tomato or husk tomato (or tomatillo) that are very easy to cook, some cream, boiled chicken breast or a scrambled/fried egg and in some places, a piece of bread (bolillo o telera). You can find very easily Red or Green chilaquiles on the streets of Mexico City in the morning.

Chilaquiles de mole are more sophisticated and are more common as lunch or dinner or when having a hangover.

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5 Reasons to Try This Vietnamese Bánh Mì Burger STAT (including a chance to win!)

Eat August 2, 2018

Hawaii: check! Now it's on to Vietnam, the second stop in our month-long trip around the world. We're tapping into the bold flavors of this Southeast Asian country by way (...)

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Grilled Greek Flatbread Pizza Recipe

Eat July 30, 2018

Part-pizza, part-flatbread, all-delicious.

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6 Deliciously Diverse Ways to Round Out Your Recipes

Eat July 27, 2018

 August is all about expanding our dinner-table horizon. To do so, we’re going culture-by-culture with recipes from around the globe. From drinks to dips to the main dish, we’re exploring the world with our taste buds, and you can too!

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The Hawaiian Poke Bowl Recipe We Can’t Get Enough Of (+a chance to win BIG!)

Eat July 26, 2018

We're gearing up for a month-long trip around the world with step-by-step recipes tagged GLOBAL EATS that'll take you culture-by-culture, week-by-week. First stop, Hawaii. Continue reading to get a sneak (...)

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4 Sweet and Savory Skewer Recipes To Make This Summer

Eat July 25, 2018

Doesn’t matter if it’s sweet or savory (or somewhere in between) — here at HelloFresh, we’re on team skewer all summer long. For its chic presentation, sure, but also for the easy prep, fun assembly, and slam-dunk flavor. 

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How to Grill Fish en Papillote (+3 amazing recipes)

Eat July 19, 2018

En papillote — also known as cooking “in a packet” — is a fuss-free and flavorful way to cook seafood. Continue reading to learn more about the technique sophisticated enough to be used in fancy restaurants but simple enough to work at home, too.

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