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  • How-To

    How to Make Lemon Meringue Pie

    Fine Cooking's senior food editor demonstrates Carole Walter's secrets to getting luscious, billowy homemade lemon meringue pie just right.

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    Creative Crêpes

    Savory and sweet recipe ideas for filling a French classic

  • How-To

    How To Roast a Beef Tenderloin

    Four steps—seasoning, searing, coating with mustard, and roasting—produce a juicy beef tenderloin perfect for Christmas dinner or any holiday meal.

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    Hard-Boiled, Super-Easy

    Transform your hard-cooked Easter eggs into delicious recipes

  • How-To

    How to Make Classic French Macarons

    Pastry chef Joanne Chang takes us step by step through her foolproof recipe for these delectable (and charming) French sandwich cookies

  • How-To

    How to Make Classic Beef Wellington

    Beef Wellington makes for an elegant and impressive Christmas dinner. In this video, you'll learn how to make and assemble this holiday showstopper. 

  • How-To

    How to Make a Croquembouche

    A classic French croquembouche—a tower of caramel-coated cream puffs with a halo of spun caramel threads—is a fixture at weddings and holidays. It's definitely a bit of a project, but it's a fun one. Learn how to build this sweet and salty cream puff tower from the bottom up.

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    Top Easter Dinner Recipes

    Ham, lamb, asparagus, and strawberries are the stars of this spring feast

  • Video

    Classic French Omelet Video Recipe

    A classic French omelet is folded in three like a letter, pale golden on the outside, with no browning at all and creamy inside. Although it's a simple dish, you…

  • Article

    Cook Once, Eat Twice: Slow-Roasted Leg of Lamb

    A few hours of hands-off cooking gives you a delicious Sunday supper, with enough left over for inspired meals later on.