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Quick Trick to Bring Eggs to Room Temperature

Quick Trick to Bring Eggs to Room Temperature

Most recipes call for room temperature eggs, and this quick trick will help you warm them up quickly.

The 11 Most Essential Kitchen Secrets

The 11 Most Essential Kitchen Secrets

These helpful tips and tricks will save you time and money.

Bakepedia Tip: Zesting Lemons

Bakepedia Tip: Zesting Lemons

Learn how to zest like a pro.

Bakepedia Tip: Prepping Pans

Bakepedia Tip: Prepping Pans

Did you know that how you prep your pan for baking is crucial for successful baking? Learn how here!

5 Baking Hacks That Will Make Your Life Easier

5 Baking Hacks That Will Make Your Life Easier

Use these five tips to make baking easier and baked goods more delicious.

5 Bacon Hacks That Will Make Your Life Tastier

5 Bacon Hacks That Will Make Your Life Tastier

Your Bacon IQ will skyrocket after watching these five useful tips.

How to Open a Wine Bottle Without a Corkscrew

How to Open a Wine Bottle Without a Corkscrew

No corkscrew? No problem. We've got 3 unique ways to open a wine bottle with items you're sure to have lying around. Let's drink to that.

The Road to Pasta Perfection

The Road to Pasta Perfection

Pasta perfection will be yours with these can't-live-without-them tips.

Can You Crock-Pot It?

Can You Crock-Pot It?

You'd be surprised.

Macy's & Martha Stewart Must Haves for the Kitchen

Macy's & Martha Stewart Must Haves for the Kitchen

Martha Stewart tells her kitchen must haves

How to Properly Cut an Eggplant

How to Properly Cut an Eggplant

An eggplant can be sliced lengthwise, cut into rounds, or cubed depending on how you are preparing it.

The Best Way to Poach Eggs

The Best Way to Poach Eggs

Fill a shallow saucepan or a deep skillet halfway up with water. Bring to a boil and add 1 tbsp (15 ml) white vinegar. Reduce to a simmer. Crack eggs one at a time and gently slip into water and cook for about 3 minutes or until desired doneness. Remove to a paper towel lined plate with a slotted spoon and cover with plastic wrap to keep warm, or gently slip into cold water to chill and refrigerate for up to 24 hours. Reheat in simmering water or in the microwave.

Charts to Help You Cook Like an Adult

Charts to Help You Cook Like an Adult

Hey, it's a start!

Bakepedia Tips: Parchment Paper

Bakepedia Tips: Parchment Paper

If you don’t know all of the wonderful things you can do with parchment paper, check it out now.

How to Prevent Your Cutting Board From Sliding

How to Prevent Your Cutting Board From Sliding

Having your cutting board sliding around on your countertop is not only a nuisance but potentially dangerous.

Try This Technique to Shaving Vegetables

Try This Technique to Shaving Vegetables

This refreshing change-of-pace alternative to a green salad is easy to create using a mandoline.

InStyle + Jessica Seinfeld: How To Make Perfect Poached Eggs

InStyle + Jessica Seinfeld: How To Make Perfect Poached Eggs

Watch Jessica Seinfeld demonstrate how to make perfect poached eggs.

Tips for Grilling Indoors

Tips for Grilling Indoors

Don't let the winter weather stop you from grilling your favorite foods.

Chef Mario Batali's Best Advice and Cooking Secrets Revealed

Chef Mario Batali's Best Advice and Cooking Secrets Revealed

While we had Mario Batali in our kitchen, 'Bon Appétit' asked the celebrity chef what kitchen instrument scared him the most, what his favorite movie is, and if he had to choose: would it be beer or wine?

The Trick to Chopping Chives

The Trick to Chopping Chives

Chopped chives are a fresh, healthy way to give flavor to many dishes.

How to Chop Like A Pro, 3 Must Know Techniques | Practically Cooking

How to Chop Like A Pro, 3 Must Know Techniques | Practically Cooking

Ingredients come in all shapes and sizes, and so do the knives we need to cut them. Use these three simple chopping techniques to prepare your ingredients like a master chef and keep your fingers safe!

Umami Secrets with Chef Dale Talde

Umami Secrets with Chef Dale Talde

Do you love Parmesan cheese? Or the taste of fresh tomato sauce? It's all about the umami. Chef Dale Talde describes what types of dishes have the most umami and how he brings out the flavor in his entrées at Talde.

5 Easy Slow Cooker Recipes for Busy Nights

5 Easy Slow Cooker Recipes for Busy Nights

Just throw the ingredients into your crock-pot, let it go to work, and come home to these ready-to-serve appetizers, main dishes and sides.

The Trick to Hard and Soft Boiled Eggs

The Trick to Hard and Soft Boiled Eggs

Eggs are among the simplest and versatile ingredients in the kitchen. Today, Thomas Joseph is going to start with the basics…how to soft and hard boil eggs. The difference between soft-boiled and hard-boiled is just a matter of minutes so it’s important to set your timer.

3 Tricks to Keeping Food Fresh Longer

3 Tricks to Keeping Food Fresh Longer

Do you love to cook but always find yourself frustrated with the short shelf life of fresh foods? Here's three tricks to keeping your fruits and veggies fresh.

What Not to Microwave

What Not to Microwave

We know you should never put aluminum foil in the microwave, but what about travel mugs, eggs and raisins? We have the list of things to never, ever put in your microwave.

Bakepedia Tips: Cocoa Versions

Bakepedia Tips: Cocoa Versions

Did you know the different usages for different cocoas? Learn how to use the right one here.

Kitchen Essentials: Items Every Kitchen Needs

Kitchen Essentials: Items Every Kitchen Needs

We're gonna take you through the essentials to set up your kitchen so it can become that creative space to cook and entertain in.

What Is This Bone Broth Food Trend?

What Is This Bone Broth Food Trend?

Our Food Network Kitchen brings you the buzz on bone broth.

Bakepedia Tips: Banana Bread

Bakepedia Tips:  Banana Bread

Bakepedia guarantees you a perfect banana bread. But how? Learn here!

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