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Bleached vs Unbleached Flour

Why is flour bleached? Is bleached or unbleached better to use?

What Is Cultured Butter?

How does cultured butter differ from regular butter?

Varieties of Radish, Explained

Is horseradish a type of radish? TELL ME MORE: Radishes

What is glutinous rice flour?

Does glutinous rice flour contain gluten? What's the difference between glutinous rice flour and regular rice flour?

How To Dye Eggs Naturally

How can I naturally dye eggs for Easter? Easy natural Easter egg dye recipes.

Varieties of Clam, Explained

Clams: hard-shell vs soft-shell, and the many sub-varieties.

What is Turmeric?

Is fresh turmeric better than dried? How should turmeric be stored? Is turmeric good for you?

What are Cacao Nibs?

Cacao nibs vs cacao sweet nibs.

What is Orange Wine?

Is orange wine made from oranges?

What is Soy Sauce?

TELL ME MORE: Soy Sauce Varieties

Is fennel a vegetable or an herb?


Why is buying pole & line caught canned tuna important?

What does pole & line-caught mean, and why is it better?


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Tropical Fruit Salad

Most of the fruit can be cut ahead of time, but don’t slice the banana or combine fruit with the rum dressing until 5 minutes before serving.

Margherita Crostini with garlic vinaigrette

This side has all the great flavors of the favorite margherita pizza, but it’s easier to make.

Farro with dried apricots & feta

With bits of dried apricots, lemon zest, and feta, this hearty side feels light and refreshing.

Mojito Cocktail

Latin flavors are all the rage now, and here is one of the hottest drinks. It's a refreshing blend of rum, mint, sugar, and soda water — WOW!

Cheesy Grits Soufflé

The coarsely ground dried corn known as grits is a southern staple. Polenta or cornmeal may also be used in this recipe.

Sweet Cream Topping

To enjoy Stove-Top Apple Crisp while it's warm and fresh, whip up this simple cream after making the crunchy topping and before cooking the apples.

Double-Dipped Onion Rings

Soaking and double dipping deliver a harmonious combination—a large slice of sweet onion encased in a crispy crust. This is the perfect onion ring.

By following a few simple steps, you can have some of the best rings you’ll ever eat. Sure, they’re wonderful by themselves, but with a steak or sandwich—oh my!

To achieve the perfect ring, you must do two things. First, soak the onion slices in cold water to dilute the sulfur content, turning them sweet and mild. And second, for a …