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From The Staff
It’s hard to believe that another year is wrapping up, and we think you all would agree that 2020 has been one for the record books. We think it’s safe to say we all may have eaten our feelings at some point during this roller coaster of a year. And
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Beef Beef Up Up
Step aside, turkey — this holiday season we’re giving you two irresistible beef dishes. First, a fillet of beef topped with pâté and mushrooms that’s wrapped in pastry. The BEEF WELLINGTON is a rich and impressive dish begging to be served for a spec
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Let’s Get Social
Every year at the holidays, despite all the planning, something regarding the food is bound to go wrong ... it can't be just us, right? We know we have a few stories to tell, but we want to know what your most memorable holiday food mishap is. Share
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Instant-read Thermometers
The science of instant-read thermometers is settled for now. They’re all fast, unremarkably accurate within ± 2 degrees, magnetic, and fit neatly in your hand. Design nuances and value-added functions distinguish these 5-star-rated thermometers from
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holiday EQUIPMENT GUIDE
We’re heading into high season for roasting. Be prepared with a pan that has all the right stuff. ROASTING PANS ARE PRETTY STRAIGHTFORWARD — their main purpose is as a vessel for roasting meat. But they should also be capable of standing up to stov
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Tips From Our Readers
I have to admit, I don't keep food-safe rulers in my kitchen. One Christmas while making diamond-shaped shortbread cookies to give as gifts, I turned to my cooling rack. I flipped it upside down (so the feet were up and not pressing into the dough) a
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The Details
INTERIOR FINISH: Once used, a stainless steel interior will rarely be entirely shiny again, even after a lengthy soak and vigorous scrub. Nonstick, on the other hand, washes up easily to look like new again.  HANDLES: Handles that stand upright are e
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In The Now
We’ve all eaten or used sprinkles and colored sugars for baked goods, and they’re usually made with artificial dyes. If you’re sensitive to those dyes, or just want to go more natural with your baking, check out The Watkins Co. They’ve started making
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Knife Tips
The chef’s knife is used primarily for chopping. Using the very tip of the knife, you can dice things like shallots. Use the wide flat part of the blade as a hammer. With a sharp rap of your hand, garlic and ginger are easily crushed. The curve
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‘Tis The Season Of Sweets
The brownie dough is soft and benefits from chilling between steps. If you notice the dough getting too soft, just pop it back in the fridge to chill again. Makes 36 cookies Total time: 45 minutes + chilling & baking 11/4 cups all-purpose flour1/2
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How Sweet It Is
VERMOUTH was once used for medicinal purposes, to aid in digestion, then became popular as an aperitif in the 1800s. It fell out of fashion in the mid- to late 20th century, but has now made a comeback. But what is vermouth? Vermouth is an aromatized
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Baking Know-How
Use cookie scoops to compact dough into uniform sizes to help reduce spread and ensure even cooking. Baking requires precision. Haphazardly throwing ingredients together results in doughs that are difficult to work with, and the taste and texture o
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How To Flame An Orange Peel
Cut a quarter-sized piece of peel from an orange, avoiding the pith. Hold the peel, rind side out, over the cocktail, then bring the flame of the lighter up to the rind. Squeeze the peel, and the oils should ignite in the flame; run the peel along th
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Weeknight Warmers
SOUPS MAY SEEM OUT OF REACH for weeknight dining, but that’s simply not the case here — these amazing soup classics prove it. Italian flavors reign in the satisfying, yet surprisingly light-tasting, Italian Wedding Soup. With white wine, rich broth,
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All About Sweet Potatoes
SWEET POTATOES AND YAMS Let’s get something straight right up front: A sweet potato and a yam are not the same vegetable. They’re not even related. In fact, yams are primarily grown in West Africa and Asia, and you’re not likely to find them here in
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Gettin’ The Party Started This Holiday
IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR — time to eat, drink, and be merry. And this spread gives you every reason to celebrate. Try a hearty sammie bursting with so much flavor you’ll really have a hard time eating just one. The combo of roast beef, gooey provolone,
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Fun Facts
Sweet potatoes are underground tubers. The roots are harvested 90–120 days after planting. A true yam is a starchy edible root. They have a drier texture and more starchy content than sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes can be orange, white, red, pink,
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Meatless Dining For Two
Makes 2 calzones + 1/2 cup dip Total time: 35 minutes 2 tsp. olive oil2 cups thinly sliced Yukon gold potatoes1/2 cup chopped onion1/3 cup thinly sliced fennel bulb11/2 tsp. chopped rosemary1/2 tsp. chopped garlic Salt and black pepper to taste 6 o
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Super-duper Sweet Potatoes
WITH ALL THE GOOD-FOR-YOU nutrients, it’s hard not to fall in love with sweet potatoes. This issue we’re bringing the spotlight to these spectacular spuds to inspire you to try something new with these beta carotene-rich beauties. First up, Sweet Pot
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Thanksgiving Nan’s Way
THESE RECIPES ARE TIMELESS, the kind that Nan just knew how to make having learned them from her mama. There were no tests for doneness; more likely something cooked until it looked and tasted right. And though we give doneness cues for these recipes
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Gobble Up Those Leftovers
Make sure to have your ingredients prepped before diving into assembly. It doesn’t take long for the crescent rolls to get warm and sticky. Makes 8 servings Total time: 30 minutes 1 pkg. crescent roll dough (8 oz.), unrolled and separated into tri
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How To Make It Citrus Brine
ONE Heat brine spices and herbs to a boil. Cover and remove from heat. Let cool. TWO Add ice to the mixture and stir until melted. THREE Juice the citrus halves into the brine. FOUR Add the juiced rinds to the pot for additional flavor.
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Ask The Editors
What is wormwood? Is it safe to consume? Tyrone Buddy, Manhattan, NY Wormwood is a bitter aromatic herb that’s used in flavoring (and coloring) baked goods and some liqueurs and spirits, such as absinthe and vermouth. And actually, vermouth derive
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Thanksgiving Grocery List
1 whole bone-in turkey breast (6–8 lb.) 1 pkg. thick-sliced bacon black peppercorns 1 can frozen orange juice concentrate (12 oz.) 1 sourdough boule (1 lb.) 21/2 cups low-sodium chicken broth all-purpose flour coarse-ground mustard balsamic vinegar
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TELL ME MORE: Pumpkins
Pumpkins come from the same family of gourds that include cucumbers and melons. They run the gamut in terms of shape, color, and size. Aside from the ubiquitous orange, grayish-green and white pumpkins are also available. Some can fit in the palm of
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Thanksgiving Think Ahead
Before you even begin thinking about your holiday menu, assess your tools. Read up on what to look for in a good roasting pan and chef’s knife, pages 56–59, and for thermometers, pages 54–55.  o Brine the turkey o Prep make-ahead appetizers o Grab an
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Did You Know…
that what we call kabocha squash in North America, UK, and Japan is known as Kent pumpkin in Australia (they also refer to it as Japanese pumpkin)? In fact, in Australia they refer to all winter squash as pumpkin, so butternut squash is butternut pum
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Hello, Breakfast
We’re all about make-ahead options. And this casserole benefits from being made the night before — allowing the bread to soak up more custard. Makes 12 servings Total time: 20 minutes + baking 1 pkg. breakfast sausage patties (12 oz.) 1 loaf cinna
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A Cake Yule Roll For
BÛCHE DE NOËL is a traditional Christmas cake that’s shaped like a log and makes an impressive centerpiece for your holiday table. It may look intimidating to make, but it's really not and we'll walk you through it all step-by-step on page 79. The ca
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