Reheating Hints

Reheating Leftover Turkey

Reheating leftover turkey sounds easy enough, but doing so with good results is more challenging than it might seem. Here's how to tackle reheating different parts of the bird.

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Dust Your Crust

Preventing Soggy Pie Crusts

Sprinkling a layer of flour and sugar in a pie shell before adding the filling is a popular technique that promises to prevent soggy crusts. Does it work?

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Apple Battle

Apple Cider Versus Apple Juice

What is the difference between apple cider and apple juice? Can you use them interchangeably?

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Blade Savers

Knife Storage

Wooden knife blocks are a traditional way to store knives, but will the act of sliding a knife into a slot day after day eventually dull its edge?

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Meat-to-Brine Ratio

Maximize Your Brine

Could we pack more meat into the same volume of brine to save space in the fridge?

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Let Them Eat Cupcakes

Converting Cake Batter to Cupcakes or Muffins

Can you make cupcakes/muffins with your favorite cake batter?

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Making Stock with Skin-On Onions

Making Stock with Skin-On Onions

Is there any advantage to leaving the skins on onions when making stock?

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DIY Pumpkin Puree

Baking With Fresh Pumpkin Puree

Baking recipes usually call for canned pumpkin, but if you have fresh pumpkins can you make your own puree and use that instead?

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