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December 2010

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    Best of the Blogs 2010: Armchair Traveler

    Today we’re highlighting bloggers who take a bite out of the globe and bring the vast world of food to our screens every day. Vote for your favorite and leave…

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    Spicy Infusions Make Better Bloody Marys

    These spicy vodka infusions will be done in a day and ready for tomorrow's Bloody Mary brunch.

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    Best of the Blogs 2010: Penny-Pinching Posts

    Today we’re shining a light on those real-world, penny-pinching bloggers who help us stretch our food dollars in style. Vote for your favorites and leave a comment for our daily…

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    Chinese soy sauces

    Each of the three kinds of soy sauce in the Steamed Pork Bun recipe contributes a different flavor nuance.

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    Wrapping Meatloaf in Bacon

    Learn how to wrap a meatloaf in bacon for a beautiful presentation.

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    How to disjoint a rabbit

    To make the Spiced Rabbit Tagine with Peas and Carrots, you’ll need to cut each rabbit into eight pieces. I'll take you through the steps.

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    Hello, Yellow

    When winter produce looks bleak, bananas are the bright spot in any supermarket—or kitchen.

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    Use wet hands for shaping meatloaf

    Ground meat mixtures, like those for meatloaves and meatballs, can be sticky to work with. Handling the mixture with wet hands helps.

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    Beans under pressure

    One thing we learned while testing the pressure cookers is that they’re great for cooking dried beans.

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    How to peel pearl onions

    Fresh pearl onions are the devil to peel unless you know a little trick—blanch them in boiling water first, and they practically peel themselves.