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You May Be Filling Your Ice Tray Wrong

You May Be Filling Your Ice Tray Wrong

It turns out, there's more science behind filling your ice-cube tray than you may have realized. Amanda Kabbabe (@kabbaber) explains.

Noodles in a Jar: The Easy (and Healthy) Lunch Hack

Noodles in a Jar: The Easy (and Healthy) Lunch Hack

How to make noodles in a jar with this simple and healthy recipe.

#Cook90: Cook with Friends

#Cook90: Cook with Friends

Don't cook alone. Follow along with editor David Tamarkin as he prepares to cook breakfast, lunch, and dinner for 90 meals throughout the month.

#Cook90: One-Pot Cooking

#Cook90: One-Pot Cooking

Don't let dirty dishes scare you. Follow along with editor David Tamarkin as he prepares to cook breakfast, lunch, and dinner for 90 meals throughout the month.

#Cook90: Plan for Leftovers

#Cook90: Plan for Leftovers

Leftovers are one of the keys to #Cook90. Follow along with editor David Tamarkin as he prepares to cook breakfast, lunch, and dinner for 90 meals throughout the month.

#Cook90: How to Shop

#Cook90: How to Shop

When you're cooking 90 meals in a month, shopping becomes very important. Make sure to stay organized.

#Cook90: Starter Guide

#Cook90: Starter Guide

Get ready for #Cook90, our January reset plan to get you back into the swing of home cooking. Follow along with editor David Tamarkin as he prepares to cook breakfast, lunch, and dinner for 90 meals throughout the month.

The Easy Hack for Quick-Roasted Garlic

The Easy Hack for Quick-Roasted Garlic

We show you the easiest hack ever for quick roasted garlic.

How to Salvage Rock-Hard Brown Sugar in 30 Seconds Flat

How to Salvage Rock-Hard Brown Sugar in 30 Seconds Flat

This hack for softening brown sugar will save your cookies.

Brad Makes Butter

Brad Makes Butter

Bon Appétit test kitchen manager, Brad Leone, is back with the second episode of 'It’s Alive,' and this time he’s taking you to school, making tangy, creamy, salty cultured butter. Will it be boring? Nope. Is the process scientifically accurate? Maybe. Will there be jokes and made-up words? Most likely. Will you learn about butter? Of course. Get those churning hands ready, buy some buttermilk, cream, and grab some bread. It’s Butter. It’s Alive.

Food Tips from A-Z with Matty Matheson

Food Tips from A-Z with Matty Matheson

Parts and Labor's Matty Matheson runs through the alphabet of food from A to Z, with tips and ideas on how to best use each ingredient.

Drs. Rx: Quick Trick for Peeling Hardboiled Eggs

Drs. Rx: Quick Trick for Peeling Hardboiled Eggs

The Doctors reveal a simple trick for getting easy to peel hardboiled eggs.

How to Carve a Turkey Like a Boss

How to Carve a Turkey Like a Boss

You got this.

How to Cook a Turkey in a Cardboard Box

How to Cook a Turkey in a Cardboard Box

If you’re spending Thanksgiving in the middle of nowhere, you can still cook a delicious turkey. All you need is a cardboard box, a wire stand, a cooking rack, aluminum foil, coals, an aluminum cooking tray, two drip trays and a big ol’ turkey.

Recipes with Rocco: Chorizo Breakfast Tacos

Recipes with Rocco: Chorizo Breakfast Tacos

Former U.S. Army Ranger Vincent “Rocco” Vargas is sharing some of his favorite recipes with Rated Red. In this episode, he invites his daughter, Star, to help cook up some savory chorizo breakfast tacos. Ingredients: 4 large eggs; kosher salt and black pepper; 1 tablespoon unsalted butter; 4 corn tortillas, warmed; 1/2 avocado, thinly sliced; 1/4 cup salsa; 1 ounce (1/4 cup) Monterey Jack cheese, shredded; 2 tablespoons fresh cilantro Directions: In a medium bowl, beat the eggs with ¼ teaspoon each salt and pepper. Heat the butter in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Cook the eggs, stirring, until set but still soft, 2 to 3 minutes. Divide the eggs among the tortillas. Dividing evenly, top with the avocado, salsa, Monterey Jack and cilantro.

Easy Dining Hall Hacks

Easy Dining Hall Hacks

For those days when mystery meat just isn’t cutting it.

Hygiene Tip: Thanksgiving Turkey Preparation

Hygiene Tip: Thanksgiving Turkey Preparation

Do not wash your thanksgiving turkey before cooking it

The Secret to a Perfect Charcuterie Plate

The Secret to a Perfect Charcuterie Plate

Chef Justin Severino from one of this year's best new restaurants, Morcilla, tells us why he was inspired to open a Spanish restaurant in the Steel City and how to put together a delicious plate of charcuterie. Full article: http://www.bonappetit.com/story/morcilla-pittsburgh.

Super Easy Splatter-Free Hand Mixer Hack

Super Easy Splatter-Free Hand Mixer Hack

Mix without the mess.

Recipes with Rocco: Sweet Jalapeno Cornbread

Recipes with Rocco: Sweet Jalapeno Cornbread

Former U.S. Army Ranger Vincent “Rocco” Vargas is sharing some of his favorite recipes with Rated Red. In this episode, he mixes a little spicy and a little sweet to make cornbread for Thanksgiving dinner. Ingredients: 2/3 cup margarine, softened; 2/3 cup white sugar; 2 cups cornmeal; 1 1/3 cups all-purpose flour; 4½ teaspoons baking powder; 1 teaspoon salt; 3 large eggs; 1 2/3 cups milk; 1 cup chopped fresh jalapeno peppers (or to taste) Directions: Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Grease a 9x13-inch baking dish. Beat margarine and sugar together in a large bowl until smooth. Combine cornmeal, flour, baking powder and salt in another bowl. Stir eggs and milk in a third bowl. Pour 1/3 milk mixture and 1/3 flour mixture alternately into margarine mixture; whisk until just mixed. Repeat with remaining ingredients and stir in jalapeno peppers. Spread mixture evenly into prepared baking pan. Bake in preheated oven until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean, 22 to 26 minutes. Cool in the pan for 10 minutes before slicing.

Sharpen Your Knife Like a Chef

Sharpen Your Knife Like a Chef

Watch Chef Louis Tikaram sharpen his knife to perfection.

How To Dry Herbs

How To Dry Herbs

Have an overabundance of fresh herbs in your garden, or leftovers from your farmers' market haul? Follow this simple tutorial to dry your fresh herbs so they'll be ready to use in your favorite recipes. Store your dried herbs in a sealed container.

That Yam You're Eating... Is a Probably Sweet Potato

That Yam You're Eating... Is a Probably Sweet Potato

Yams originated in Africa and Asia. They are tubers and are related to lilies. Sweet potatoes came from Central America. They are storage roots and are from the morning glory family. Yams have bark-like skin which is brown to black. Their flesh can be an ivory colour, yellow or even purple. Sweet potatoes are elongated with tapered ends. They have a smooth, thin, edible skin that can be white, yellow, red, purple or even brown. The flesh colours can be white to yellow, orange, or orange-red.

An Easy Trick for Dealing with Broken Egg Shell Pieces

An Easy Trick for Dealing with Broken Egg Shell Pieces

The Doctors reveal a simple way to deal with broken egg shell pieces.

Recipes with Rocco: Pulled Pork Tacos

Recipes with Rocco: Pulled Pork Tacos

Former U.S. Army Ranger Vincent “Rocco” Vargas is sharing some of his favorite recipes with Rated Red. In this episode, former CIA contractor Mat Best drops by to cook up some delicious pulled pork tacos. Ingredients: Pork roast (if you can’t find boneless, then use with bone), head of garlic minced, 2-liter bottle of Dr. Pepper, 28.-oz bottle of Sweet Baby Ray’s Honey BBQ sauce, salt, garlic granulated, adobo to taste, cabbage coleslaw, cilantro, tortillas Directions: Rub the pork with the minced garlic, adobo, salt and garlic granulated. Put in the crockpot and add Dr. Pepper covering the roast. Cook on high for 7 to 8 hours. When pork is tender, remove the Dr. Pepper broth but keep it on the side in case needed. Shred the meat with two forks. Add the BBQ sauce and about 1 cup of Dr. Pepper broth to moisten. Use to make tacos. Throw on some slaw and cilantro.

How to Brine a Turkey

How to Brine a Turkey

Tired of dry, tasteless turkey? Add flavor and moisture with this simple solution.

You're Softening Butter All Wrong

You're Softening Butter All Wrong

Super spreadable butter in seconds.

The Worst Thanksgiving Dinner Mistake and How to Avoid It

The Worst Thanksgiving Dinner Mistake and How to Avoid It

Turkey is doable, trust us.

The Easiest Trick to Open a Stuck Jar

The Easiest Trick to Open a Stuck Jar

Help is just a hack away.

Keep Your Guacamole Green!

Keep Your Guacamole Green!

The Doctors reveal a simple trick for keeping your guacamole from turning brown.

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