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  • Thai Chicken with Basil

    Capturing the flavors of this classic Thai dish requires more than just the right ingredients. We would have to learn a whole new way to stir-fry.

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  • Indoor Pulled Pork with Sweet and Tangy Barbecue Sauce

    We transform pork shoulder into smoky-tasting barbecue with a crusty exterior and tender interior without trading our indoor oven for and outdoor pit.

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  • Best Beef Stew

    Despite hours of simmering, most beef stews fall flat. Our goal was to pack in more flavor in less time.

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  • Hearty Minestrone

    Italians rely on garden-ripe vegetables, but most of us need to make do with supermarket pickings. Is a soup with fresh, bright flavors still possible?

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  • Chicago-Style Deep-Dish Pizza

    Deep-dish pizza was born in Chicago, where it boasts a distinctively rich, flaky, biscuit-like crust. The problem? No pizzeria in Chicago would tell us how to make it.

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  • Red Beans and Rice

    In New Orleans, cooks transform inexpensive dried beans into a creamy, smoky stew. So why is it so hard to translate this dish once you cross the state line?

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  • Cream Cheese Coffee Cake

    A rich cream cheese filling adds a twist to ordinary coffee cake. But not if it breaks away and sinks to the bottom of the pan.

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  • Best Baked Apples

    Switching from a baking dish to a skillet was just one step toward ridding this famously frumpy dish of weak flavor and mushy texture.

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  • Buying Pork

    Leaner cuts of meat ideal for sauteing are just not suitable for slow-cooking. Here we explain our two preferred options.

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  • A Cleaner Kitchen

    When your sink can harbor more bacteria than your garbage can, it is important to know how to keep it clean.

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  • Rice Pilaf Cooking Method

    Follow these steps to prepare long-grain rice with distinct, separate grains that do not clump together.

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  • Preparing Cabbage

    Here is how to quickly dice a full head of cabbage into small, uniform pieces ready for cooking.

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  • Fat Separators

    When used properly, this tool is the best way to remove fat from pan drippings.

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  • Inverting Cakes

    Your cake is finished baking and ready to come out of the cake pan. Now what?

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  • Quick-Brining Beans

    Adding a little salt when rehydrating dried beans makes all the difference when it comes to texture.

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  • Softening Butter

    Taking too long for your butter to come to room temperature on its own? Try this quick alternative.

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  • Using Graters

    There are a number of different uses for both box and rasp graters. Here we explain how to use each properly and safely.

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  • Spaghetti with Pecorino Romano and Black Pepper (Cacio e Pepe)

    With just three main ingredients (cheese, pepper, and pasta), this Roman dish would be the best quick meal we ever tasted. As long as we could keep the sauce from clumping.

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