January/February 2010

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Thai Chicken with Basil
Thai Chicken with Basil
Re-creating the flavors of gai pad krapow, a classic Thai dish, requires more th…
Published: January 2010
Indoor Pulled Pork with Sweet and Tangy Barbecue Sauce
Indoor Pulled Pork with Sweet and Tangy Barbecue Sauce
We transform pork shoulder into smoky-tasting barbecue with a crusty exterior an…
Published: January 2010
Best Beef Stew
Best Beef Stew
Despite hours of simmering, most beef stews fall flat. Our goal was to pack in m…
Published: January 2010
Hearty Minestrone
Hearty Minestrone
Italians rely on garden-ripe vegetables, but most of us need to make do with sup…
Published: January 2010
Chicago-Style Deep-Dish Pizza
Chicago-Style Deep-Dish Pizza
Deep-dish pizza was born in Chicago, where it boasts a distinctively rich, flaky…
Published: January 2010
Red Beans and Rice
Red Beans and Rice
In New Orleans, local ingredients transform a dollar’s worth of dried beans into…
Published: January 2010
Cream Cheese Coffee Cake
Cream Cheese Coffee Cake
A rich cream cheese filling adds a twist to ordinary coffee cake. But not if it …
Published: January 2010
Best Baked Apples
Best Baked Apples
Switching from a baking dish to a skillet was just one step toward ridding this …
Published: January 2010
Buying Pork
Buying Pork
Leaner cuts of meat ideal for sauteing are just not suitable for slow-cooking. H…
Published: January 2010
A Cleaner Kitchen
A Cleaner Kitchen
When your sink can harbor more bacteria than your garbage can, it is important t…
Published: January 2010
Rice Pilaf Cooking Method
Rice Pilaf Cooking Method
Follow these steps to prepare long-grain rice with distinct, separate grains tha…
Published: January 2010
Preparing Cabbage
Preparing Cabbage
Here is how to quickly dice a full head of cabbage into small, uniform pieces re…
Published: January 2010
Inverting Cakes
Inverting Cakes
Your cake is finished baking and ready to come out of the cake pan. Now what?
Published: January 2010
Quick-Brining Beans
Quick-Brining Beans
Adding a little salt when rehydrating dried beans makes all the difference when …
Published: January 2010
Softening Butter
Softening Butter
Taking too long for your butter to come to room temperature on its own? Try this…
Published: January 2010
Using Graters
Using Graters
There are a number of different uses for both box and rasp graters. Here we expl…
Published: January 2010
Spaghetti with Pecorino Romano and Black Pepper (Cacio e Pepe)
Spaghetti with Pecorino Romano and Black Pepper (Cacio e Pepe)
With just three main ingredients (cheese, pepper, and pasta), this Roman dish wo…
Published: January 2010

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