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Need a use for those olives and pickles languishing in the refrigerator? Turn them into something useful with this quick tip!
Which is the best rice for making risotto? What's the difference between Arborio and Carnaroli rice?
What’s the difference
between caramel and
butterscotch sauce? They look and taste similar, but there are subtle differences.
What is country Dijon mustard? How is country Dijon different from regular Dijon?
The struggle is real: where to set down that messy spoon?! When one spoon rest isn't enough — or when it just wouldn't be worth washing another dish — this tip comes to the rescue.
If you love stir-fries and other meals that feature plenty of ginger and garlic, this food prep tip will make cooking them up even quicker.
Here's a quick, easy, and tidy way to make uniform meatballs without the use of a scoop.
Resealable plastic bags work well for pounding cutlets, but this method is better, cheaper, and more planet-friendly.
Using a spoon to
scoop out the flesh for a twice-baked potato can be
awkward. Here's a better tool for the job.
With so many different names, oats can sound confusing, but the differences are actually pretty simple.
What is lotus root? Learn how to identify, buy, and cook with this popular East Asian ingredient.
How are seitan and tempeh different? Can they
be used as substitutes?