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.
Try these foolproof techniques, brought to you from the Real Simple test kitchen.
By Hilary Meyer, Associate Food Editor for EatingWell I'm a skeptic. So when I hear the words "healthy" and "cookie" together, I imagine biting into...
Feed the masses at your next summer gathering with an ooey, gooey, tasty mess.
Few of us have gotten to know the whole scallop -- the scallop with the hard exterior and little boot, the scallop that needs just a bit of cajoling to come out of its large, fortified shell.
Try one of each naked to find your favorites and you can always dress them up later with a dab of sriracha lime butter.
You may not realize it, but you probably eat pork belly on a pretty regular basis.
The result is a fantastically crisp and flavorful bottom crust paired with a bun that is still as fluffy and soft as ever.
You deserve 10 citrus desserts for being so efficient.
You likely have the ingredients at hand: Do you have flour? Salt? Yogurt? Give yourself a mental high five -- you've got biscuits!
Turning your Parmesan rinds into a rich, cheesy broth is the best way to get the most bang out of your aged, funky, Italian buck.
Pay no mind to the jingle of the ice cream truck -- we're satisfying our strawberry shortcake ice cream cravings at home.
This cake is universally loved because it is intensely chocolatey, extremely rich, and has the appearance of something quite difficult to make, giving it effort points among your guests, even though you will know better.
Here are a few simple tricks that will add complexity and depth of flavor to any dish.