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Cuisine at Home Magazine Nov 7
Thanksgiving is coming... Here's an easy tip to add some flare to your mashed potatoes. Plus it's a great MAKE-AHEAD idea!
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 30
Perfect citrus segments are such a beautiful thing. Learn how to segment, or suprême, your citrus fruit like a pro for stunning and impressive presentation.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 29
Don't let fresh spinach go to waste anymore. Check out this easy tip on how to best store your leafy greens.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 25
Buying produce in bulk can save you time and money. Freeze diced carrots, onions, bell peppers, and celery in batches on baking sheets. Store the frozen veggies in resealable plastic bags in the freezer. To use — thaw under cool water and pat dry with paper towels.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 23
Stop wasting tomato paste or chipotles in adobo with this tip on how to make the most of those half-empty cans.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 22
Cleaning scallions can be a mundane kitchen task, but with this simple tip you'll be chopping in no time.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 19
Is Friday night Pizza night at your house? Mix it up this week this Reuben Pizza – you'll be glad you did!
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 19
Ground chicken can be difficult to find at the store, but it's easy to make yourself with a food processor and these simple tips.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 18
Find yourself in a pinch with frozen meat and dinner closing in? Use this tip to speed up thawing time!
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 15
What goes great with coffee? Biscotti! Baking this classic treat is usually a time consuming task, but not anymore with this simple trick!
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 11
Ever wonder what to do with perfectly good, but empty, spice jars? Wonder no more.Keep those empty spice bottles on hand and make your life a bit easier in the kitchen with these eco-friendly tips!
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 10
Fall is the perfect time for roasted vegetables. For easy, perfectly roasted veggies, check out this easy Test Kitchen tip!
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 9
If you've ever found yourself in the midst of baking and realize your brown sugar is hard, use this tip to keep the baking alive.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 8
To enhance white or brown rice, toss a few stems or leaves of a fresh herb, such as basil, rosemary, or thyme, in with the rice and water before cooking. Then cook according to package directions. The flavor of the herbs subtly permeates the rice.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 5
With this simple tip of freezing cookie dough, freshly baked cookies are are just minutes away at all times!
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Oct 1
Perfect Rice: When cooking rice, put a folded towel between the lid and the pot. That way, when the rice steams and creates moisture, the condensation doesn’t drip back into the rice. It’s absorbed into the towel! Cook the rice for the recommended amount of time.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Sep 28
It's apple season! Try this: To prevent apples from turning brown (when lemon juice is not available), first wrap the cut or peeled apples in a paper towel, then place in a bowl or plastic sandwich bag and chill. This makes it easy to prepare fruit ahead of time.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Sep 27
Cooler weather means casserole season. Make better casseroles and avoid any mess when baking with this simple and innovative trick!
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Sep 25
Learn how to make homemade vegetable stock and decrease food waste with this simple how-to tip.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Sep 24
Peeling garlic can be a sticky, time-consuming mess. To easily peel garlic, blanch the cloves in boiling water for a minute, then drain. Once cooled, the garlic skins are easily removed.
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