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How to Thicken Broth
Whatever your cooking project, getting your broth to the right consistency is an important step. If your broth is looking a little thin, there are several ways to thicken it, depending on the ingredients you want to use and the amount of time at your disposal. You can always reduce a homemade broth by cooking it down, but this isn’t always an option if you’ve already salted the broth,
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18-03-2019, 09:00
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Apple pie is one of the simplest pies to make, but you're faced with a lot of choices. Should you peel the apples? Do you slice or chop them? Is there a best way to prep the apples? Fortunately, there's no right or wrong way to cut apples for an apple pie. Peel the apples and slice them thinly if you'd like the apples to break down into a soft filling or leave them larger for a slightly
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12-03-2019, 20:00
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How to Store Peppers
Sweet and hot peppers will last for a year or more when you store them properly. Whether you have an abundance of fresh peppers from your garden or the market, get the most out of them by storing the extras that you can’t use right away. Freeze them or dry them for easy use in the kitchen all year long, or pickle and can them to preserve them and store them for up to 2 years!
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6-03-2019, 01:00
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How to Make Chia Seed Pudding
Chia seed pudding is a nutritious pudding that's easy to make; you don’t have to cook a thing! Throw together the basic ingredients in a few minutes, then let the mixture sit for a couple of hours or overnight to develop the pudding’s texture. Add any flavors or ingredients you like to create endless variations!
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25-02-2019, 20:00
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How to Fillet a Fish
While catching a fish can be as simple as casting out a line with bait and being patient, filleting a fish takes a little more finesse. Knowing the correct process to fillet a fish can make the difference between getting barely enough meat for a side dish and harvesting enough for a fish feast. Plus, freshly cut fish fillets taste much better than pre-cut.
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13-02-2019, 13:00
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How to Keep a Baguette Fresh
It's always a little sad when a perfectly good baguette goes stale before you can eat it. Fortunately, there are a few simple things you can do to keep your baguette fresh. If you know won't eat an entire baguette on the day you buy or make it, wrap it in aluminum foil and store it at room temperature or freeze it for up to 3 months. If you still don't get around to eating the bread and
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26-01-2019, 20:00
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There are several easy steps you can take to make your veggies perfectly roasted. Cut your vegetables into equal sizes and coat them in a thin layer of oil and seasoning to bring out their best taste. When you go to roast them in the oven, it's important to note that harder vegetables such as potatoes and carrots will take longer to cook than softer veggies like broccoli and
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22-09-2018, 20:00
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How to Infuse Olive Oil
Herb-infused olive oil is a light, tasty way to add flavor to many types of meals. It can be used in cooking or as a dressing on your food. Both cold-infused and heat-infused olive oils are easy to make at home, but the process requires careful consideration of your ingredients to prevent the growth of bacteria in the bottle.
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11-09-2018, 20:00
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How to Deep Fry at Home
If you want to make crispy French fries or delicious doughnuts, you can easily use a wok, saucepan, stockpot, or deep fryer to make fried foods at home! Be careful, as the oil is very hot! With some preparation and attention, you can easily make fried foods, like candy bars, ice cream, and mozzarella sticks.
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30-07-2018, 20:00
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How to Freeze Brussels Sprouts
Community Tested If you recently harvested brussels sprouts from your garden or got a lot of them on sale at the grocery store, you may be wondering how you’re going to eat them all before they go bad. Luckily, you can store your brussels sprouts in the freezer for up to a year so you have plenty of time to enjoy them. If you want your brussels sprouts to keep their flavor and