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It’s no secret that cooking with bacon fat makes many dishes that much more tasty. But did you know that you can freeze it and keep it indefinitely?Read more...

When frying foods, your oil’s temperature can mean the difference between perfectly crisp foods and soggy ones. Although you can use a grain of rice or a wooden spoon to see if the oil is ready, you’ll likely have one ingredient already out to...

Having vegetables as a main dish is pretty normal in our home, at our dinner gatherings, and even extended family outings. Occasionally, experimenting with classics is what makes all the difference. I revamped my regular roasted carrot dish and added...

Caramelized onions add a tasty zing to lots of dishes, but they take too long to make for a quick meal. Fortunately, frozen caramelized onions will keep for months and deliver just as much flavor. Read more...

Fruit might sound like an odd food to add salt to, but it can actually bring out the fruit’s flavor and aroma, as well as reduce bitterness in unripened fruit or bitter foods like grapefruit.Read more...

Fresh herbs can add a ton of flavor to any dish, especially on the grill. If you buy fresh and have stems left over, don’t throw them away, toss them on the grill. They’ll add a little smoke and some subtle flavor to whatever you’re cooking.htt...

From flavoring water to grilling fish or making a lightly-dressed green salad , there are a multitude of kitchen situations that call for fresh-squeezed lemon juice. But is there a “best” way to get juice out of a lemon?Read more...