How To Make Pretzels With Pecorino and Pancetta

How To Make Pretzels I like knowing how to make pretzels because hot pretzels are a wonder to behold. Once, when I was visiting Germany I was a served a fresh hot pretzel that was so big and salty I thought I was in carbohydrate heaven. To wash that pretzel down with...

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Pantry Raid: How to Cook Fingerling Potatoes

Fingerling potatoes aren't as commonplace as say those giant brown baking potatoes or small little red potatoes that work so well in the roasting pan. But, they're different, they're fun, and they're super easy to cook with. The other big bonus is that they're kind of...

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How To Make A Posset – An Acid Set Cream

How To Make A Posset WTF is a posset? Good question! And it is important to know the answer to this question because knowing how to make a posset is a good thing. How to make a posset isn't exactly need to know, but it is a nice to know for those "I need an easy...

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How To Make Scrambled Eggs And Omelettes

How To Make Scrambled Eggs and Omelettes If there is a more wondrous ingredient than eggs, I am not sure what it is. Sure, there are so many fancy things you can do with eggs, like make egg pies or meringues, but the simplest egg dishes are the ones that are truly...

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Pantry Raid: How to Cook Parsnips

If you've ever written off a parsnip you saw at the grocery store because you weren't sure what you were in for, let us do you a favor: the next time you see one, buy it. Parsnips are a weird, wiry little root vegetable that don't look like much. But once you bite...

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Pantry Raid: How to Cook with Citrus Fruits

Ah, citrus fruits. When the weather gets cold and ugly after the holidays, you're the one thing that can really perk up a drab day. But citrus isn't just great to eat (even though it does make a great midday snack or taste great as a breakfast side), it's also...

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Apple Roses For Christmas Brunch

Apple Roses For Christmas Brunch When it comes to throwing a Christmas Brunch, or any brunch for that matter, having something that looks complicated to make, but was really simple to make really does help put a shine on that brunch spread. The dish I speak of is...

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How To Make Spritz Cookies

Spritz Cookies - Amazing Food Tech There is a lot of tech in the food game. Everything from laser etching of pies to printing your own picture on your latte foam, not to mention all that 3D printing stuff. But the best tech ever to hit the food arena is the spritz...

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Holiday Switchup: A Christmas Cornish Hen?

There's no real American tradition when it comes to Christmas dinner entrees. Some people opt for a roast turkey; some people choose a Christmas ham; and some people go the seafood route with Dungeness crab. But this year, buck all of those trends to try something a...

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How To Make Brioche Doughnuts

Brioche Doughnuts Like many, I enjoy a good doughnut. I especially love a good brioche doughnut. The tender, buttery doughnut made with brioche dough is the perfect complement to just about any filling. A good jelly filling is nice. A pastry cream does fine. But when...

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