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Your Personal In-House ‘HOW TO’ Gastro Master. From Slicing up A Pig for Christmas or Selecting Your Organic Ingredients for that Super Vegan Juice, The kitchen Hand Knows More Than You Might Think .

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What Is The Best Cleaning Agent to Remove Burned-On Grease? Simple Solutions You Already Have In Your Kitchen

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I’m not always a perfect cook. I don’t think most of us are, but I know for a fact that I’ve burned more than my fair share of dishes. While the wasted food always makes me feel bad, I used to dread cleaning up even more. I absolutely hated scrubbing fruitlessly at the pot or pan in which I had just ruined a dish.

Best Propane Grills Under $200 – Backyard Barbecue On A Budget

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When it comes to grilling, it’s not just about the taste. Cooking up some burgers or hotdogs in your backyard with your buddies and a beer is a wonderful experience. You get to enjoy a nice evening outdoors with great company and pretty good food. You can apply the same logic to tailgating, barbecues in the park, and other outdoor eating extravaganzas. It’s not just about the taste.

How to Make Spaghetti Sauce Less Acidic (The Italian Secret) – Make Your Sauce Taste Better and Easier To Digest

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Acid is a pretty important topic that we very rarely talk about. As much as I like to add a little bit of lemon juice to everything, it doesn’t always go over well. While my dishes taste wonderful, my guests who are prone to acid reflux would very much prefer that I lower the pH of my cooking.

Best Steak Knives For The Money – How To Impress On A Reasonable Budget

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Knives are somewhat of a contentious topic among kitchen experts. Any internet discussion will invariably involve polarized opinions from one camp or another. You’ll see professional chefs that swear by their super-cheap Victorinoxes, social media cooks that prefer their expensive Ginsus, a contingent of people peddling their home-sharpening expertise, and everything in-between.

What Does “Tbsp” Mean to the British Chef? Understanding Cultural Differences In Cooking

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Cooking is an international pastime. People all over the globe spend time perfecting their favorite regional dishes and sharing the recipes with their friends and family abroad. Thanks to the internet, we’re even more connected with each other than we ever have been. It’s always interesting to look at a cooking site from a different country and examine all of the differences between “their” recipes and “ours.”

Best Grinders for Venison – Process Your Own Deer Meat At Home

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I don’t hunt myself, but I’ve used more than my fair share of grinders over the years. When my friends and family members bag a deer, I’m always the first one to try to mooch a few pounds of venison to make delicious sausages and burgers. It takes a bit of effort to grind the meat and stuff the sausages, but the final product is more than worth it.