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  • How-To

    How to Keep Your Pasta Hot and Delicious

    There's a better way to serve pasta! Use this two-for-one tip to keep your pasta piping hot and to prevent your sauce from drying out.

  • How-To

    How to Grill Better Kebabs

    Learn our reader's trick for preventing cubes of meat and vegetables from slipping around on their skewers.

  • How-To

    How to Grill Onions

    Sweet, caramelized grilled onion slices make a terrific topping for burgers and steak, but keeping them intact while grilling can be a challenge. Not any more. . .

  • How-To

    How to Keep Pie Dough Cool

    Out for just a few minutes in a hot kitchen, pie dough can end up soft, sticky and nearly impossible to work with. What's a baker to do?

  • How-To

    How to Remove Corn Silk Easily

    Learn a reader’s trick for removing that annoying silk from corn on the cob in seconds.

  • Article

    A Better Way to Peel a Kiwi

    You could use a knife or a vegetable peeler to peel a kiwi, but there's a better tool that leaves the fruit smooth and rounded instead of beveled.

  • How-To

    How to Unmold Custards

    Removing custards from ramekins isn't exactly surgery, but you do run the risk of dinging the caramel with your knife and scaring what should be a gorgeous dessert. We'll show…

  • How-To

    How to Squeeze Spinach Dry

    There's a common kitchen gadget that helps you squeeze excess liquid out of cooked spinach without staining your dishtowel green.

  • How-To

    An Easy Mustard-Jar Vinaigrette

    Whenever you use up a jar of mustard, there are always those last little bits remaining in the jar, that no knife or spoon can possibly scoop out. Instead of…

  • How-To

    How to Roast Garlic Without the Mess

    The usual way to roast garlic produces sweet, mellow results, but tends to be messy. Try this neater method of separating the cloves and roasting them together in a foil…

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