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10초 만에 마늘 껍질 벗기는 법(동영상)

(1) Comments | Posted November 12, 2014 | 2:42 AM

통마늘의 껍질을 벗기기란 참으로 냄새나고 귀찮은 일이다.

위 동영상은 음식 잡지 사브어(Saveur)의 음식 에디터이자 레스토랑 컨설턴트인 토드 콜만이 소개한 '마늘 까는 법'이다. 단언컨대, 세상에서 가장 쉬운 마늘 까는 법이다. 먼저 통마늘을 바닥에 내리치고 스테인리스 볼에 넣고 또 다른 스테인리스 볼을 뚜껑처럼 덮은 후 마구 흔들면 된다.


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Futuristic Toasters: Concepts That Are Nearly Real (PHOTOS)

(9) Comments | Posted October 18, 2012 | 8:58 AM

There's probably no appliance in the kitchen more mundane than a toaster -- the only thing it does is toast bread (well that and maybe a grilled cheese sandwich), but oftentimes that piece of bread ends up burnt to a char. Luckily, the future...

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Mexican Recipes: Enchiladas, Tacos, Churros And More (PHOTOS)

(0) Comments | Posted October 16, 2012 | 8:56 AM

If you love Mexican food, but are tired of the usual weekday taco night, why not expand your repertoire and make an authentic Mexican dinner? Whether you want to try a classic recipe for the first time or are actually planning an honest-to-goodness Mexican party with a Mariachi band in...

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Burger Bash 2012 Winners: Josh Capon, Michael White Take Top Honors (PHOTOS)

(8) Comments | Posted October 13, 2012 | 9:20 AM

At last night's New York City Wine and Food Festival Burger Bash, hosted by Rachael Ray, 28 chefs grilled their burger creations for a ravenous crowd. The coveted People's Choice Award unsurprisingly went to Josh Capon (his third Burger Bash win!) for his Bash Burger (caramelized...

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Soda Recipes: Dishes Made With The Soft Drink (PHOTOS)

(3) Comments | Posted October 12, 2012 | 8:16 AM

Sure, we drink soda (unless you're trying to avoid it, of course), but could you ever imagine cooking with it? You may have had an amazing root beer pulled pork, or even this slightly questionable Diet Coke brownies recipe. But how many more ways can soda...

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How To Store Cheese: Keeping It Fresh Longer

(5) Comments | Posted September 25, 2012 | 8:00 AM

If you've ever had a good piece of cheese go bad on you, it's not necessarily the cheese's fault. It may be because of the way you're wrapping and storing it. But you don't have to be a turophile to care a little bit about cheese.

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Snack Cake Recipes: Homemade Twinkies, Ding Dongs And More (PHOTOS)

(260) Comments | Posted September 24, 2012 | 9:38 AM

Ah, childhood with all its sweet rewards. Twinkies, Ding Dongs, Ring Dings, Ho Hos, Yodels and so many more of these boxed confections litter many memories of being a kid.

But it's hard to like them as an adult. Maybe it's the artificial taste, or the fact...

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Everything You Need to Throw a Pizza Party

(80) Comments | Posted September 14, 2012 | 12:26 PM

We've shown you how to throw a Swedish night with meatballs, salmon and aquavit, and we've given you Japanese night with sushi, ramen, and yakitori. Now, we're going to show you how to throw a proper pizza party -- Italian-style!

Forget about the take-out...

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Fried Pizza: A Neapolitan Specialty In New York City

(2) Comments | Posted September 13, 2012 | 11:37 AM

Picture a pizza made on a cloud -- that's the best way to describe the Montanara, a fried pizza all the way from Naples, Italy. Forcella has pretty much perfected the art of fried pizza. We can thank Giulio Adriani for bringing the phenomenon stateside. His...

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How To Maximize Your Kitchen Space: Tips For Clearing Clutter, Organizing And More

(35) Comments | Posted August 28, 2012 | 7:33 AM

We've all heard the saying "the kitchen is the heart of the home." That's fine and all, but it doesn't always feel that way, especially when you've got a kitchen that's no bigger than a closet or one that's so cluttered you don't let friends come over for dinner anymore....

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Entertaining A Crowd: Budgeting Tips, Cooking Ideas And More

(3) Comments | Posted August 24, 2012 | 2:45 PM

Summer entertaining is a great opportunity to catch up with family and friends over great food -- and Labor Day gives us that last chance to say goodbye to summer. For many of us, though, entertaining a crowd can be pretty scary, leading to lots of panicking and overshopping. But...

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Two-For-One Recipes: Bacon Pancakes, Taco Pizza, Meatloaf Burgers And More

(0) Comments | Posted August 23, 2012 | 5:05 PM

Is it possible to get a two-for-one deal in a recipe? We think it is. Taco pizza, meatloaf burgers and bacon pancakes are just some examples of what exists out there. If fast food places like KFC can create a double down chicken sandwich and Paula Deen can...

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New England's Best Seafood Dish: A HuffPost Deathmatch

(117) Comments | Posted August 20, 2012 | 12:19 PM

We all know that New England is famous for its amazing seafood -- lobster rolls, clam chowder and fish and chips, to name a few. But have you ever wondered which is the best? Now's the time to battle it out with your fellow readers to decide. Does a buttery...

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Multi-Purpose Kitchen Tools: 10 Items That Can Do Double Duty

(71) Comments | Posted August 16, 2012 | 4:51 PM

There are thousands of kitchen gadgets you can find, but most can only do the one thing they were invented for -- what Alton Brown calls "unitaskers." But what if the kitchen items you already own could do double duty and function as helpers in the kitchen? Well,...

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Julia Child's Most Memorable TV Moments For Her 100th Birthday

(49) Comments | Posted August 14, 2012 | 3:30 PM

On August 15, what would have been Julia Child's 100th birthday, we celebrate a woman who did so much to change the culinary landscape of America. She did more than just introduce French cooking to Americans, she showed that cooking was fun. Her many television appearances and TV series show...

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Cooking For One: A Week's Worth Of Summer Recipes

(17) Comments | Posted July 18, 2012 | 2:48 PM

Being single doesn't mean your meals have to suffer. If you're single and are tired of ordering in, eating out, or just not eating right, keep reading. You don't have to eat the same pot of soup for an entire week or freeze extra portions of those pesky leftovers because...

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Shows We Love: Jamie Oliver's Meals In Minutes

(2) Comments | Posted July 12, 2012 | 10:36 AM

First, I must admit that I am a big Jamie Oliver fan. I have all of his cookbooks and have watched pretty much all of his TV shows. Though he has plenty of stubborn opposition, it's really hard for anyone to hate Jamie for all the improvements he's...

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What Sorrel Is And How To Use It In Your Cooking

(2) Comments | Posted July 10, 2012 | 12:10 PM

Lemons and other citrus fruits aren't the only things that have a tart, acidic flavor -- in fact, there's a green herb that does and it's got a lot of punch for such a small, frilly thing. Its name is sorrel (sor-uhl or saw-ruhl). During the Middle Ages, before citrus...

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How To Seal Canning Jars In A Cardboard Box

(8) Comments | Posted July 2, 2012 | 7:12 AM

If you've ever made homemade jam or pickles, you know how pleasurable it is to enjoy something you've made yourself. But you have to preserve them properly, and the water-bath method that most people employ can be quite cumbersome. But we've got an idea that works every time that's easier...

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How Spicy Foods Can Cool You Down On A Hot Day

(3) Comments | Posted June 27, 2012 | 8:58 AM

Have you ever wondered why cultures in the hottest locations on earth eat hot and spicy foods? Why is it that people in Central and South America, India, Africa, Southeast Asia and the Caribbean eat foods flavored with hot chile peppers and spices that make you sweat? There is a...

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