Fine Cooking Feb/Mar 2013 - Issue # 121
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Summer Eats #65
Cook Fresh #64
Best of Fine Cooking Chicken #63
Best of Fine Cooking - Chocolate Special Issue
A mixture of milk or cream, eggs, and sugar, custard can take many forms, depending on the specifics of each ingredient and how it’s cooked to make the custard set.
Cutting and broiling tomatoes and peppers makes it easy to peel them.
There are no standards for coarse-, medium-, or fine-mesh sieves, so how do you know which is which?
Trying to get the right balance in your homemade salad dressing? This is one time you don't want to use your hands.
For some recipes you need to monitor water temperature.
We’ve tried a number of drain racks over the years and this is the first one we’ve really liked.
When it comes to squeezing excess water from cooked spinach, we've got a couple of tricks.
Steven Raichlen shows you around his indoor and outdoor kitchens, plus he'll grill like a caveman.
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