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Here's an easy trick for getting a tart out of its pan — plus, it'll cool your tart more quickly.
Which is bigger, a dash or a pinch? How big is a dollop?
Are nutmeg and mace the same thing? Can you substitute one for the other?
Wire cooling racks are useful, but they can be a pain to clean. We've got a clever way to get them clean without a lot of hassle.
Can water chestnuts be used as a substitute for chestntuts?
What's the difference between an artichoke and a sunchoke? What does a sunchoke look like?
What's the difference between pepitas and pumpkin seeds?
What’s the difference between baby back ribs and spareribs?
How many times have you lost half your cheese when cutting into a hot-out-of-the-oven lasagna? Here's an easy way to keep those toppings on.
Toasting your tortillas brings out the corn or flour flavor and helps soften the tortillas for filling. Here's how to do it over a gas stovetop.
Ground cinnamon and nutmeg always seem to float to the top of the French toast batter so only the first few slices of bread get the spices. Here's how to ensure a more even distribution.
Boiling potatoes for potato salad is time-consuming and often waterlogs the potatoes. Here's a simple way to cook your potatoes for a better texture — no pot of boiling water required!