Pantry Raid: How to Make a Cheese Blintz

Pantry Raid: How to Make a Cheese Blintz

A cheese blintz is really just a fancy word for a crepe stuffed with ricotta or another type of sweet cheese and lightly fried or baked. Although don’t take it’s basic explanation as an indicator that this simple dish is bland. It’s quite the...

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Why Cook Fish in Foil?

Why Cook Fish in Foil?

You might think that cooking fish in foil is something relegated to the great outdoors. Something that you do on camping trips – or at the very least something to be done on a grill. But really, cooking fish in foil is a great way to cook fish overall. And it...

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Pantry Raid: How to Make Quiche

Pantry Raid: How to Make Quiche

French cuisine has given us many things, pot au feu, bouillabaisse, ratatouille, mussels, and crepes. But the French have also given us another solid standby that you probably don’t think about all that much: quiche. Alright, so technically the English were...

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What is Fruit Soup and Why is it Perfect for Summer?

What is Fruit Soup and Why is it Perfect for Summer?

Fruit soup: it’s not a phrase that seems to mesh well together, but in some parts of the world, fruit soup is about as summer as bar-b-que and apple pie. In fact, in Sweden it’s a very common summer staple that includes fruits like blueberries,...

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Pantry Raid: How to Make BBQ Sauce

Pantry Raid: How to Make BBQ Sauce

Have you ever made your own BBQ sauce? If you’re like me, then it’s one of those things that you almost never think about beforehand. Instead, popping over to your local grocery store in a pinch to pick up some already made sauce. But BBQ sauce is actually...

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Should You Put Milk in Scrambled Eggs?

Should You Put Milk in Scrambled Eggs?

We get hundreds of kitchen questions every month from readers who aren’t sure why their angel food cake wilted in the oven or what kinds of sugar substitutions you can use in a bind, but recently we’ve been on an egg kick (you’ve probably noticed,...

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Pantry Raid: How to Bake Eggs

Pantry Raid: How to Bake Eggs

Here at the Culinary Exchange, we think that understanding the basics of cooking are incredibly important and help lay a solid foundation for being confident in the kitchen. This means understanding how to cook the most basic and commonly used ingredients, like eggs....

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How to Whip Up a Tasty Deep Fry Batter

How to Whip Up a Tasty Deep Fry Batter

Ok, so deep frying food isn’t the healthiest thing out there you can do. But it is one of the most delicious. That’s right. If someone tells you they don’t like a little deep fried goodness every now and then, they’re lying to you. Because a...

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Pantry Raid: How to Make Crepes

Pantry Raid: How to Make Crepes

If pancakes are a staple weekend treat in your home, you should try to mix it up a little by adding something new and a little different to the repertoire. Crepes are a common dish in Europe, originating in France and spreading in popularity to places as far as Russia...

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How to Make a Simple Pound Cake

How to Make a Simple Pound Cake

The pound cake is a dessert that dates back to the early 1700s, somewhere in Northern Europe. So if you believed that the pound cake was a culinary masterpiece gifted to us by the Southern US, you’d be wrong. But that’s no biggie. In fact, almost every...

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