Reheating Hints

Reheating Steak

Our method for reheating steak leaves it so juicy and pink that it’s hard to distinguish it from freshly cooked meat.

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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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Dairy Delight

How to Substitute Dairy Products

Don't have a specific dairy product on hand? No problem. Use these tips for worthy substitutions.

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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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Knife Know-How

How to Use a Paring Knife

The small blade of a paring knife allows you more dexterity and precision than a chef’s knife can provide. Here's how to get the most out of it.

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