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  • Kitchen gadget: Bismark tip

     
    Have you ever wondered how pastry chefs and doughnut shops are able to pipe those perfectly puffed eclairs and plump jelly doughnuts with their glorious fillings? It takes a very long piping tip....
  • Dinner tonight! Skirt steak carpaccio with raw asparagus and fava salad

     
    For a refreshing -- and quick -- answer to dinner tonight, try this steak carpaccio recipe from Travis Lett of Gjelena. Sear a good piece of seasoned skirt steak, then slice into thin strips. Pound the strips so they're nice and thin, and serve with a...
  • Test Kitchen tips: Storing knives in a knife block

     
    Quick tip on storing knives: If you have a knife block with vertical slots, like the one shown above, consider storing your knives so the edge of each blade is facing up....
  • Test Kitchen video tip: Butcher's slip knot and tying a roast

     
    Whether you're tying a roast or trussing a chicken, knowing how to tie a good knot can save you time and stress when you're preparing a big meal. This knot, often called a butcher's knot, is simple and sturdy, always good to know in the kitchen. And while...
  • Kitchen gadget: Nut mill

     
    NutmillcarloschavezHere's a a classic that will take you back. You might remember chopping nuts for baking using a hand-cranked nut mill (which in the '70s was probably avocado green)....
  • Test Kitchen video tips: Soak wooden skewers before grilling

     
    Before you throw your next batch of skewers on the grill, take some time to soak the wood before threading the food. Wooden skewers, like the classic bamboo skewers pictured above, can burn easily over a hot grill. Soaking them in warm water for 10 to...
  • This week's Culinary SOS: Purple Pig's pig ears with kale

     
    We've just returned from a trip to Chicago, and I tell you, we were there for just five days, but we were at the Purple Pig three times. My fave is their fried pig's ears with crispy kale. What an amazing dish!...
  • Dinner tonight! Congee

     
    Basically nothing more than rice cooked in a lot of water until it has a softened, almost porridge-like consistency, congee is simple meal to fix and an excellent way to use up other leftovers in the kitchen....
  • Dinner tonight! Zucchini, feta and basil frittata

     
    Starting to notice zucchini in the markets? These frittatas make excellent use of this summer vegetable, combining grated small or medium zucchini with crumbly feta cheese, green onion and chopped fresh basil or oregano....
  • This week's Culinary SOS: Mucho Ultima's fresas mojito

     
    Bright and lightly sweet, fresh strawberries are a perfect complement to the classic lime and mint in this mojito. Mucho Ultima Mexicana Restaurant was happy to share this recipe with us....
  • Dinner tonight! Pasta with broccoli and Italian sausage

     
    It doesn't get much easier than pasta for dinner. This recipe, from Food editor Russ Parsons, combines a simple combination of broccoli, fresh Italian sausage and dried pasta and comes together in less than 30 minutes. Serve with a shaving of pecorino...