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  • Bay Leaves

    What's the difference between Turkish and California bay leaves? How should I store them? Is the best bay leaf fresh or dried?

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  • The Best Way to Cook Broccoli

    Vegetable side dishes often don't get much attention and taste rather dull. Here's how to get the most flavor out of broccoli.

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  • Sizing Up Herbs

    Herbs come in all shapes, sizes, and weights. If a recipe call for 1/2 cup chopped basil, how many ounces should you buy? Here's a chart to help you gauge.

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  • How to Cook Asparagus

    Asparagus side dishes often don't get much attention and taste rather dull. How do you build flavor with a minimum of work?

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  • The Best Way to Cook Peas

    Here are our tips on which peas to buy and how to use them to get the most flavor.

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  • The Best Way to Cook Zucchini

    Zucchini dishes often don't get much attention and taste rather dull. Here's how to maximize flavor with minimal work.

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  • The Best Way to Cook Cauliflower

    Here's how to build flavor in cauliflower with a minimum of work.

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  • The Best Way to Cook Carrots

    There's a misnomer that carrots are dull and bland. Use these tips to maximize their flavor.

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  • Wet Cooking Methods

    Boiling, blanching, poaching, and braising all involve cooking in a pot of hot water, but that's where their similarities end.

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