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Thanksgiving By the Numbers

Do you bake your Thanksgiving pie or do you buy it from the store? How big was your Thanksgiving bird? Is cranberry sauce a must at your dinner table? These little details are what make the Thanksgiving holiday so special – the traditions, the meal. Imagine a Thanksgiving without Aunt Patty’s stuffing, or that classic end-of-meal pumpkin nog. Around the world and around the nation, these traditions differ, but one thing is certain: we should all be grateful for what […]

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Black Friday SALE – $20 off BOGO

Happy Thanksgiving and happy Black Friday! Check out our Black Friday SALE starting Thanksgiving day through Sunday night and save $20 on our Buy One Get One Free offer! Order from BuytheBullet.com and start stuffing some stockings this season! Click here to take advantage of our Black Friday SALE starting Thanksgiving day. We’ll see you there!    

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A Tiny Hamster Thanksgiving

If the thought of cooking for your family and friends this Thanksgiving is stressing you out, imagine cooking for a family of judgmental hamsters! Okay, maybe this adorable little rodent family isn’t as harsh as your aunt Patty or as drunk as your drunk uncle, but they’re still a tough crowd to please. Happy Tuesday and an early Happy Holidays! We’ll see you at dinner.  

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This tangy mint sauce is made with fresh mint leaves. It can be used as a dipping sauce, or to add more flavor to your dish just by drizzling a little over the top. Although it works best with Greek dishes, you can also serve it with some grilled chicken skewers (my favorite) or in a pita! Mint is one of my favorite ingredients to cook with, because it adds a strong, interesting flavor. I love trying it with foods […]

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Vegan: not a word I’d have thought would ever be associated with me, my cooking, my blogging, my shoes. But, wouldn’t you know it, this is my second vegan post in as many months, and I’m just getting started. (The first was this Chocolate Peanut Butter Tofu Pudding.) Why vegan mayo? Let me explain: Now, I know there’s a certain set of you who, putting the whole vegan issue aside, just aren’t into mayo. I’ve always found these people mystifying […]

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I am kind of obsessed with this little donut place in San Francisco. By the way, is it donut or doughnut? I’ve never known which one is correct. Or maybe it’s both? Anyway, back to this incredible donut spot. They create different donuts every day from scratch, and I am always surprised with their new ideas. This spicy chocolate donut recipe is my version of their spicy chocolate donuts, so now you can enjoy them homemade, too! They are baked […]

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Confession time: I have always disliked tomato juice. Many years passed without trying it again until recently when my husband asked me to buy it for him at the grocery store and I saw how much sodium is in it! I was totally shocked and came home without the tomato juice and to a disappointed husband. I decided to use my Magic Bullet to make it from scratch and found that it is much easier to control the amount of […]

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Happy holidays! Didn’t this year seem to fly by? It’s a good thing it did, too, because the end of the year brings back our annual 12 Days of Bullet Giveaways! Starting December 13, 2014 all the way through Christmas day, we’ll be choosing one winner each day – they’ll win their choice of either a Magic Bullet, NutriBullet, Baby Bullet, or Dessert Bullet! Which would you choose? Let us know! Follow the directions below to enter; the more entries, the more […]

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I love Indian food, really and truly, but sometimes, restaurant Indian food can be a little heavy; basically, a literal downer. It’s a problem. Then there’s another problem, namely that cooking Indian food is outside most Americans’ comfort zone. The solution would seem to be just to eat less Indian food, but what kind of solution is that? Well, here’s a real solution: make this chicken tikka masala in the slow cooker, using Greek yogurt and cornstarch to provide richness […]

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