Some Like It Hot: Using A Thermometer
Millions of people get sick from undercooked food each year— many chalk it up to a stomach bug or the flu, but oftentimes the cause is the food in your own home. Using a thermometer makes sure you’ve killed those pesky bacteria lurking in your food.
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The following wine temperature guidelines for white wine and red wine will cast your wine in the most flattering light.
Make these Food Network recipes during the tournament and you’ll feel like you’re sitting courtside.
You know how you sometimes reward yourself with a post-workout treat? Beyoncé, too.
So many new ways to add heat to your meal.
Current mood: Trifles and crumpets and crusts off our sandwiches.
I ate the whole thing, so they must be onto something.
You don't need a mug to make these decadent treats.