Not long ago, it was considered uncool to self-publish. Over the last ten years or so, that attitude has changed completely and many authors are even crowd-funding their cookbooks.
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What’s the key to avoiding lumpy, crumby frosting? Icing your cake with an expert crumb coat before you go all Ace-of-Cakes on your creation. Staying true to its namesake, the crumb coat is a thin base layer of frosting that’s designed to catch cake crumbs and even out your frosting surface. Think of it as the sanding and priming steps before a paint job.
In Greek mythology, Persephone ate six pomegranate seeds and was stuck in Hades every winter. Perhaps if she’d known how to prepare the fruit herself, she could have avoided that whole mess.
Golden milk’s main ingredient is Turmeric. That’s what gives it that beautiful golden color. Turmeric has powerful anti-inflammatory effects and is a very strong antioxidant. Try adding this to oats, cereal, tea, coffee and smoothies. We are all looking to have a healthy start to the new year and this is the perfect recipe.
The concept of reading a recipe seems simple, but the fact is that there are a few nuances in a correctly written recipe that will help you understand what the writer is asking you to do. Knowing how to properly read a recipe can improve your cooking by leaps and bounds.
Pasta making is a magical art that requires few ingredients, but can turn out a beautiful meal. Strascinati are a kind of orecchiette, but larger. Have fun making the unique shape.
Hello, coconut! These baking recipes ditch butter and other cooking oils in favor of coconut oil, reportedly rich in antioxidants and healthy fats. Give these favorites a try.
So tender, exquisitely seasoned, and dressed in a salad of bright-green herbs and crunchy seeds, this sous vide leg of lamb will stop the show at any special spring occasion.
Put it in a cocktail, serve it as dessert, or add a cool dollop to raw oysters, granita is so versatile and super easy to create ahead of your guests arrival.
Chef Jeremy Fox likes perfectly diced vegetables. He teaches us how to dice an onion, a kitchen skill every cook should achieve. Uniform pieces of onion look great and will cook evenly.
Learn how to perfectly tie up a chicken and then patiently wait for the golden, crispy-skinned bird to roast. Trussing ensures even cooking, perfectly cooked dark meat and white meat that is not dry.
Learn some quick tips before you head to the grocery store about what to look for when selecting meat from the butcher’s case. Fatty or lean? Tender or tough? This will help clear things up.
Here are the tips you need to pulling off a successful Labor Day gathering, plus a recipe for the perfect summer dip to keep your guests occupied while you finished up dinner on the grill.
September kicks off the start of official oyster eating season and to celebrate, we challenge you to learn how to shuck and dive into a pile of shellfish.