A visual guide to what salmon should look like from rare to well done.
Grilled whole salmon makes an impressive main course, but there’s a catch; you need to know how to carve it properly.
Learn when to use the light and dark parts of scallions.
There are (finally!) smaller, less expensive ice cream makers on the market now. Here are two worth considering.
While the dark outer skin is easy to see and remove, there's also a fibrous layer just under the skin that should be peeled away.
Learn four simple ways to clean and trim artichokes.
It’s good to have this backup handy when you don’t have any fresh lemons.
This knife is ideal for for sticky vegetables and fruits like potatoes, butternut squash, and mangos.
Cutting a leg of lamb across the bone produces lamb steaks, which offer the flavor and tenderness of leg of lamb in smaller portions.
We blind-tasted three popular brands of chicken concentrate, or base, and compared them for taste and price.
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