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From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Tea is good for way more than sipping -- add instant flavor to your favorite recipes by swapping in tea for the cooking liquid.
Just because the fire has died down doesn't mean your evening is over! Bask in the afterglow of the grill with these clever ideas from the cast of The Kitchen.
We've defined Spanish ingredients and dishes from adobo to tortilla.
We’re not talking about zapping frozen entrees. How about real ingredients and healthy meals straight out of the microwave oven!?
I keep a squeeze bottle of honey on my counter right next to the olive, salt and pepper because I reach for it so often. Explore the countless ways to use this natural sweetener in your kitchen.
This easy cooking method doesn't use a lot of fat to flavor food, plus everything's made in one packet so there's very little cleanup required. Learn how to cook in parchment.
Cooking with wood planks is a "new" trend that actually has roots in Native American cooking. Learn how to pick a plank, and what you can cook on it.