Do you love to eat fish but can't cook it at home? If that sounds like you, then here's your guide to cooking fish to perfection. Plus we have some recipes for sauces that don't need to be cooked at all.
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Even if mastering sushi can take a lifetime, Morimoto says anyone can make a well-balanced maki (roll) at home.
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Some of you may know that there's a hotline run by Butterball that helps with any turkey-related emergency. However, you probably haven't heard of some of the crazier calls they've received over the years.
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You could take the time-saving approach if you want to, or you could go to a little extra trouble and offer your guests something really special.
This classic dish is wildly popular (and not just in China!) and, like any traditional food, has many variations per region and family.
Picture this: You throw everything into a pot. Then it's off to go run errands or even go to work for the day. Hours later, you unlock the door, and return to a perfectly cooked dish. This can happen for most traditional recipes -- because they can be adapted for a slow cooker.
I've now found a solid solution to keeping a stash of candy corn past October: Make them yourself! Not only can you have homemade candy corn year-round, long after Halloween has come and gone, but you can also get a little crazy and mix up the colors and flavors, too.
Whether or not you're a fan of the original Cracker Jack, you'll love this updated version: Airy fresh popcorn, crisp buttery caramel, and crunchy salty peanuts make this caramel corn hard to stop eating. It's seriously good.
Whether you're cooking fish for the first time, a vegetarian returning to the field (ahem -- waters), or just looking for an easy weeknight seafood meal, here are 15 of our favorite no-fuss fish dinners.
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You'll meet two kinds of cooks in this world. First, there are the ones who don't care one bit how you clean your mushrooms. Then, there's the other kind of cook, the one who thinks washing fungi is the worst sort of culinary blasphemy. Who's right?