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If you’re grinding your own meat for this smash burger recipe, freeze cubes of chuck roast in the freezer first to make the process easier.

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An iteration of the French Monte Cristo sandwich, this cherry cristo doesn’t skimp on flavor with bacon, capicola ham, sweet cherries and maple syrup.

If you spend hours a day in your car driving too and from work, you need these Amazon finds from @misskenzierae’s page. Sauce holders let you snack on the road, hooks keep your shopping bags off the floor, and between the seat storage compartment prevents things from falling under your seat.

Want to make the pasta chip equivalent of Tostitos Scoops? Use the shell shaped conchiglie noodles like @cookingwithayeh to create the perfect vessel for marinara sauce.

Even the omnivores at the party will flock to this plant-based version of In-and-Out’s coveted burger. TikTok user @juliescleanplateclub cracked the secret sauce code.

This keto take on a Philadelphia roll from @coolketocouple skips the rice and uses smoked salmon as a wrap instead of nori. Don’t skip the soy, harissa, and rice wine vinegar dipping sauce for extra flavor.

This healthy lunch recipe from @grainofsofia_rd is crisp and refreshing on a hot day. These vegan spring rolls pack a nutritious punch with cucumber, bell pepper, red cabbage, cilantro, mint, avocado, and tofu. The homemade peanut sauce is a must.

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This is a funny entry from Trader Joe's, a.k.a. the place we go to for frozen food and tiny cups of free coffee. This marinara wins a couple of points because of value — a jar, while small (18 oz., instead of the typical 24 or 25), costs only $1.39. And the taste is not bad, if a little herb-heavy. What's interesting is that while many jarred marinaras commit the sin of being too sweet, this one is nearly too salty.

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Very good packaging on this — the label has a classy, Art Deco-ish feel. I'm not sure what involvement, if any, John Muir's family had in the development of this company, which started in 1991 and was acquired by General Mills in 2000, but the name holds weight, especially in California. I imagine John Muir walking among the sequoias, opening a jar of marinara, sticking a finger in and tasting it. He then strokes his beard and nods sagely.

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This feels like a lost opportunity. Here we have a good sauce that's bright and flavorful, with nice, loose texture and good elegant variation between smooth and chunky. It's just too darned sweet.

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Surprise! This wasn't nearly as bad as I had remembered — the blessings of low expectations. I anticipated Ragu being too sweet and tasting strongly of tomato paste rather than actual tomatoes. It's still both of those things, just not to the degree I thought.

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It takes a cool hand to be one of history's biggest movie stars and have your own food business. But Paul Newman wasn't just interested in the color of money. There's an absence of malice in his wading into pizza, dressings and sauces, and the funds raised for charity prove he's no hustler.

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This sauce is a little too sweet and has a long, citric finish, like orange juice that's been out a day too long. It hits even sweeter when eaten with pasta. The packaging, with a cute hourglass-shaped bottle, is attractive, however.

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