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Alex Graessle Jun 16
Peeling hard boil eggs has never been easier!
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Cooking Detective 12m
(TASTE—AND SEASON—AT EVERY STAGE OF COOKING) Because if you wait until the end, it's probably too late.
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Poppy Jun 22
To get the most juice from lemons or limes, put them in the microwave for 30 seconds as it will help the citrus juice flow more easily.
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DesiMusings Jun 18
Struggling thinking about lunchbox for kids. Here are some Innovative Ideas for your Kid’s Lunch Box. By
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Rudy Jun 16
Remember, the more shell you put in your eggs the better.
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Polana Pasta Jun 23
Can’t decide between tomato pasta and creamy pasta? Go for creamy, and add in a few handfuls of cherry tomatoes, sliced in half. Let them cook in the sauce for at least 15 minutes, and voila – the best of both!
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Polana Pasta Jun 23
You only have to stir your pasta two or three times while it is cooking. Once right after you add it to the boiling water, and two quick stirs throughout the cooking process.
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Matthew Oldridge 2h
Salt your pasta water until it tastes like the Ocean. Trust me.
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Polana Pasta Jun 22
Cooking a big batch of pasta soup tonight? Remember, 3L water requires a minimum of 1 tablespoon salt.
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Bev Bailey Jun 15
you know it’s time to buy a bundt cake pan
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Cooking Detective 9h
(MARINATE YOUR CHEESE) Mozzarella, feta, and fresh goat cheese? Delicious. Mozz, feta and goat cheese marinated in olive oil, chile flakes, and fresh herbs? More delicious.
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Cooking Detective Jun 23
(MASTER THE QUICK-PICKLE) Whisk a little salt and sugar into some white vinegar. Pour over thinly sliced raw vegetables. Wait 20 minutes. Eat.
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GypsyFingers Jun 22
Sharing cooking tips with Pat... come to me whenever you need them
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Cooking Detective 22h
(MAKE YOUR OWN CROUTONS) Toss cubed bread on a rimmed baking sheet with oil, salt, pepper and whatever other tasty thing you fancy. Bake at 350, tossing once or twice, until golden brown. Now see if any actually make it to your salad.
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Bringo Fresh Ug Jun 22
Order your bringo box from Your groceries delivered at your doorstep.
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Cooking Detective Jun 19
(ALWAYS KEEP LEMONS IN THE FRIDGE) They'll keep longer that way, so you'll always be able to add fresh lemon juice to everything from dressings to cocktails. Plus, you can use the squeezed rinds to clean and deodorize your wooden cutting boards.
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Adriaan Brumsen Jun 16
Cooking 101: Try not to burn the whole house down
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NonCount Jun 16
(MICROFIBER DISH-DRYING MATS ARE BETTER THAN DISH RACKS) So is a decent dish towel. Who has space for a dish rack?
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Cooking Detective Jun 20
(SEASON (SOME OF) YOUR VEGETABLES WITH SUGAR) Carrots, squash, tomatoes—these vegetables have a natural sweetness that's enhanced by a dash (just a dash!) of sugar.
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