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    Chopping canned tomatoes with a spatula

    Instead of using kitchen shears to cut canned tomatoes in their cans, I like to use a flat-end stainless steel spatula. The sturdy spatula cuts through tomatoes all the way…

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    Easy to carry, easy to store

    Carrying a tureen full of steaming soup can be precarious, and let’s face it, just plain nerve-wracking. That’s why we like this tureen set—it comes cradled in a metal caddy,…

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    Silicone Meets Metal

    First our kitchens were rocked by all-silicone bakeware, brilliantly stick-resistant and colorful but floppy. Then came another generation of silicone pans, thicker and sturdier yet failing to conduct heat as…

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    Tool vs. Tool: Metal and Silicone Bundt Pans Face Off

    Kimberly Y. Masibay puts metal and silicone bundt pans to the test. The results may surprise you.

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    Pie Pans vs. Tart Pans

    The main difference is the shape and depth of the sides

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