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Content Type: How To Buy the Right Garlic
The sniff test is a common approach for testing produce prior to purchase, but when it comes to buying garlic, a strong aroma is a bad sign.
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Content Type: How To Rewashing Prewashed Lettuce
Should bagged prewashed lettuce be washed again before eating?
Content Type: Article All About Sous Vide Cooking: Reviews, Recipes, How-to Guides
Sous vide cooking is an incredibly simple, foolproof method for cooking everything from eggs to steak to vegetables. Learn everything you need to start cooking this way in your home kitchen.
Content Type: Recipe Home Fries
Could the key to really good, genuinely crisp home fries be really bad boiled potatoes?
Content Type: How To Make Blemish-Free Pancakes
Why does the first batch of pancakes turn out with splotchy, brown spots?
Content Type: How To How to Prevent Hot Milk from Sticking to the Pan
Constantly scraping the pan bottom isn't practical. So what is?
Content Type: Article Peach Tarte Tatin
Yes, you can make a juicy, summery, peach-crowned version of the classic upside-down caramelized apple tart. No, you can’t simply substitute peaches for apples.
Content Type: Article Peruvian Ceviche
Bright citrus is great with fresh seafood—provided that the acid doesn’t overwhelm its delicate flavor. We went fishing for more balance and found it in this regional version.
Content Type: Article Fresh Tomato Sauce
Tomato flavor is fleeting—which is why we examined every part of the fruit and our cooking method until we’d engineered a sauce that was bright, sweet, and aromatic.
Content Type: Article Grilled Chicken Thighs
Flavorful, meaty, inexpensive thighs should be the easiest part of the chicken to cook on the grill—not a direct path to an inferno.
Content Type: Article Word of the Week: Nucleation
Unlock the sparkling science of fizzy beverages.