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    Chocolate vs. Cocoa Powder

    Cocoa is by no means a lesser product than chocolate. On the contrary, it’s a purer form of chocolate. Baker Nicole Rees describes the different roles cocoa and chocolate play in…

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    A ladle that's got it all

    For dishing up stews or soups, a good ladle is a big help. But ladles are not all alike. This stainless-steel version from Fissler, a company that’s been making and selling…

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    Restaurant-style range and oven

    American Range is now selling ovens and ranges for home kitchens with details that are traditionally only available to the pros.

  • How-To

    Help! Thanksgiving is Driving Me Crazy

    Thanksgiving dinner's got its frustrations; we've got the solutions. From lump-free gravy to the fluffiest mashed potatoes to the crispiest turkey skin, here's the science behind getting the best results…

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    Secret Ingredient Pumpkin Pies

    This Thanksgiving, give traditional pumpkin pie a lift with your choice of three unexpected flavor twists

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    Space-Saving Brining Tips

    The hardest thing about brining a turkey is finding the space to store it in its brine. For her Thanksgiving menu, author Ris Lacoste likes to brine her turkey in…

  • How-To

    Salvaging not-so-perfect rice

    Cooking a perfect pot of rice isn't difficult, but sometimes, it doesn't turn out as perfect as you'd like. The next time you cook rice that is too chewy, hard,…

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    Sweet Bell Peppers

    Roasting brings out the best in these colorful vegetables

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    Marinades Add Flavor but Don't Always Tenderize

    When you marinate meat or fish, the result depends on the composition of the marinade

  • How-To

    Sweet and Savory Glazed Chicken

    Baking keeps the chicken moist; a flash under the broiler turns a saucy coating into an intense glaze

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