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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The microwave, technical marvel that it is, will render your slice a soggy mess, with crust that's way too hot and mushy.
Pumpkin soup: Hearty, seasonal and surprisingly not a big ol' mess. This delicious soup served straight out of the pumpkin is easy to make. All you have to do is scoop out the seeds, pour in some chicken stock and roast in the oven. Voilà! The jack-o'-lantern you can eat with a spoon.
We're showing you how to prep a whole fish at home, so you can impress friends, family, and yourself.
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We're conquering confiting -- a French technique for tenderizing even the toughest of meats.
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Flaky pastry encases a layer of jam or whatever else you like.