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How to Cook Dried Beans

Canned beans are convenient, but dried beans win on flavor every time. Here's how to cook any kind of dried bean to perfection.

A Time of Plenty: Celebrating Nowruz in America

The only time of year when I felt the richness of the world my parents described, the Iran of the ‘70s and before, was during New Year. Ours, that is: Nowruz, the vernal equinox that marks a new year.

First We Eat: Black Pepper Rack of Lamb with Red Currant and Rhubarb Glaze

15 hours agoFood & Drink / Cooking : Foodista

Spring is here, at long last. The cherry blossoms are in full bloom on the tree outside my window, the skies are blue, the sun is shining (for now), and I'm eager to reap the rewards from my edible garden. Spring also marks the arrival...Show More Summary

Baking Bites for Craftsy: Fluffy Whole Wheat Biscuits

Light, buttery biscuits can be a delicious addition to any meal, from breakfast to dinner. When you think of a light biscuit, you probably picture relatively pale baked good with a golden brown top that is made with all purpose or self rising flour. But it... The post Baking Bites for Craftsy: Fluffy Whole Wheat Biscuits appeared first on Baking Bites.

All About Dry Yeast: Instant, Active Dry, Fast-Acting, and More

Dry yeast comes in many forms, but the language used to describe it is often confusing. For the best results in a yeast-raised dough, it pays to understand what a recipe means when it calls for a specific type of yeast, and what the implications may be for using a different kind.

Snap Pea Salad with Preserved Lemon and Goat Cheese Medallions

We eat with our eyes, and when I saw the cover of this cookbook, I was captivated. Who wouldn't be seduced by the bright gold and vermillion hues of beets, radishes, carrots and verdant herbs especially with spring upon us? It begged me to crack its spine and devour every gorgeous fresh-from-the-garden recipe. Show More Summary

Quick Food Photography Tricks To Make Stunning Images

I want to share with you a video I put together that has a score of amazing food photography tricks, which you can watch in less time then it takes to make a cup of coffee! 6 Food Photography Tricks In 2 Minutes!! For the full detailed...Show More Summary

Tiger JBA-T10U Rice Cooker Review & Giveaway

  Tiger provided the product for the giveaway. Tiger JBA-T10U Rice Cooker Review My Mom is the ultimate tester for this Tiger rice cooker - she cooks rice at least three times a week! Her current rice cooker is nearly 10 years old, so I let her take this one for a spin. Show More Summary

Birthday Cake Madeleines

A towering layer cake or a platter full of frosting-topped cupcakes are classic birthday dessert options, but as much as I enjoy those, I admit that I don’t always opt for traditional cakes when it comes to celebrating birthdays. There...Show More Summary

Old Fashioned Oatmeal Pecan Cake

There are times when you want a light, fluffy cake and there are times when you want a dessert that is hearty and satisfying. This Old Fashioned Oatmeal Pecan Cake is the latter style of cake. It’s moist, dense and loaded with the flavors of oatmeal, cinnamon and vanilla. It’s not quite... The post Old Fashioned Oatmeal Pecan Cake appeared first on Baking Bites.

Banana Pudding Bread Pudding

Banana pudding is a favorite Southern dessert that reminds many of us of childhood. It’s a twist on a trifle, made with layers of vanilla pudding, vanilla wafer cookies and freshly sliced bananas. You can make all the components from...Show More Summary

The Best Way to Prepare Green Plantains

Though yellow and black plantains can be peeled and prepped much like a banana, the tough skin and sticky sap of the green plantain require a little extra effort.

James Peterson's Curried Collard Greens

Peterson takes a South Asian turn, adding coconut milk, garam masala, garlic, chile peppers, and ginger to make his Curried Collard Greens. The collards cook until meltingly tender, and the coconut milk reduces to a thick, luscious sauce. Show More Summary

14 Passover Dinner Recipes for a Super Seder

No one comes to a Passover seder without expecting to be fed a proper meal, especially after they've drunk all that wine. Here are 14 of our favorite traditional and not-so-traditional savory recipes to make this year's seder a smashing success.

El Gallito: A Lighter, Fresher Bloody Mary With a Touch of Smoke

This brunchtime wonder, created by Matthew McKinley Campbell of A Mano in San Francisco, is a cousin of the Bloody Mary, but it’s lighter, fresher, and both fruity and savory.

20 Sunny Citrus Recipes: Salads, Entrées, Ice Creams, and More

20 sweet and savory citrus recipes featuring grapefruit, orange, lime, lemon, and more.

Kitchen Sinks Buying Guide with FAQs 2018

The kitchen sink is the most underrated product when it comes to kitchen tools and accessories. The importance of a sink is only understood when it doesn’t function properly. People don’t judge much while buying Read more The post Kitchen Sinks Buying Guide with FAQs 2018 appeared first on Kitchen Folks.

Special Sauce: The Knife Skills Team and Life After the Oscars

Tom Lennon and Brandon Chrostowski of Knife Skills talk movie marketing and how the film has changed their lives.

This Bright Grapefruit Pitcher Drink Is Your Passport to a Good Time

Grapefruit, honey, and lime juice, plus just a touch of hot sauce, combine with pisco to make a refreshingly bright and floral cocktail. No pisco? This super-flexible recipe works well with vodka or blanco tequila, too.

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