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Bali Beef Curry

November 23, 2020 / 0 Comments

So let’s just get this out of the way first. What exactly is curry? If it’s on a restaurant menu, it’s a complexly flavored sauce that creates heavenly dishes with vegetables, tofu, chicken, beef, or seafood. And, well, it’s got to include fragrant ingredients like...

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Best Margarita Mix

November 23, 2020 / 0 Comments

There’s something special about the cool bliss of a margarita – that sweet/sour lime taste with a shot of tequila, triple sec or other spirit all swirled together with a crush of ice and garnished with salt or sugar on the rim and a slice of lime. It’s a refreshing drink that...

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Best Flour Sifter

November 23, 2020 / 0 Comments

Back in your grandmother’s day, most kitchens were equipped with a flour sifter. This simple but handy little gadget was essential for aerating flour to turn out excellent bread, cakes, cookies and pies. Fast-forward to today and the refined flour we now use doesn’t usually need to be sifted...

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Best Coconut Water

November 23, 2020 / 0 Comments

It’s been a few years since coconut water came onto the market and it’s no surprise this deliciously fresh alternative to plain water has become increasingly popular. Used for a long time as a hydrating drink in South and Southeast Asia and South America, coconut water is noted as...

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Best Induction Cooktops

November 23, 2020 / 0 Comments

Thinking of buying an induction cooktop for your kitchen or as a portable cooking device? There are many different types of induction cooktops on the market today but what they have in common are quick heating and energy efficiency. Using an electromagnetic field, induction cooktops direct heat...

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Pasta with Scallops and Bell Pepper

November 22, 2020 / 0 Comments

Scallops were on sale if bought by the kilo (2.2 lbs), so I smoked some as an appetizer and cooked the remainder sous-vide to be able to keep them longer. But you can also prepare this dish using raw scallops. …

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How to Best Freeze Foods

November 22, 2020 / 0 Comments

What Is the Best Way to Freeze Foods? Whether you’re freezing foods in your kitchen refrigerator or in a stand alone freezer in the basement or garage, how you prepare and actually freeze foods can make a huge difference. Nothing worse than storing some expensive Filet Mignon, only to find...

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Best Bread Box

November 22, 2020 / 0 Comments

Bread – it’s hard not to love this food staple in all its beautiful forms – loaves, croissants, rolls, buns, baguettes and bagels. Slather a thick slice of fresh artisanal bread with butter and jam or nut butter, top a bagel with cream cheese or make a sandwich with your...

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Kimchi Stew Sous-Vide (Kimchi-jjigae)

November 22, 2020 / 0 Comments

Kimchi stew has great depth of flavor because it is spicy, savory, sweet, and sour. I’ve adapted Maangchi’s recipe for sous-vide, which ensures that the pork will be tender and succulent. This is wonderful comfort food for this time of …

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Best Boning Knife

November 21, 2020 / 0 Comments

They say using a dull knife is often more dangerous than using a sharp one. That’s because we put more pressure on the knife when using a dull blade to cut through something. This increases the chances of the knife slipping and cutting your hand instead.  By comparison, a sharp knife...

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