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When cooking a stir-fry, you must have everything prepared before you begin. The process of stir-frying goes quickly. Once your protein of choice starts to cook, there won’t be time to continue the preparation of slicing vegetables. You will need to slice the protein, combine the marinade ingredients, chop/slice the vegetables and, finally, mix the finishing sauce all before you begin to cook.

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Mom got her chicken soup recipe from her mom. It’s a simple, brothy affair with lots of dill, the kind of soup that’s popular throughout the Yiddish diaspora, often referred to half-jokingly as Jewish Penicillin, because it always makes you feel better, no matter what ails you.

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Many Americans have never enjoyed the heavenly taste of clotted cream, much less attempted to make their own. Known in Great Britain for centuries as well as other Commonwealth countries that share a culinary history, clotted cream remains a popular topping for scones with jam as well as pie…

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Pizza is beloved by people from all cultures and backgrounds. It’s certainly easy to call a favorite pizzeria and order a pie with all your favorite toppings. But homemade pizza is easier than one might imagine. Invest some time into making “The Artisan” grilled pizza from “Grilled Pizzas an…

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The original version of this classic brunch dish includes a toasted English muffin, Canadian bacon, a poached egg and creamy hollandaise sauce. For my recipe this week, I’m going to substitute crab cakes for the Canadian bacon. Don’t be intimidated by the process of poaching the eggs and making the hollandaise sauce. With a little practice, you’ll get the hang of both very quickly. This recipe will make four individual servings.

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September started off rough for fast-food fanatics: Taco Bell announced it was eliminating the beloved Mexican Pizza as well as several other items. It didn't help fans that this was the company's second major menu makeover this summer -- earlier the spicy potato soft taco said sayonara.

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The closest I get to meal planning is penciling in on a calendar the meals I hope to make in a week, but Australian authors Jen Petrovic and Gaby Chapman have a whole strategy that involves cooking four meals, doubling quantities of a few of them and then throwing in a super simple meal to r…

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When August hits, I make a point to enjoy summer like it’s going out of season. Some of my favorite ways of doing so involve tomatoes, and I treat it like my job to eat a year’s worth of the ripest, juiciest, most delicious tomatoes I can get my face on.

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Many people look forward to the weekend, when they can sleep in a little later and not be pressured by the time constraints of a typical weekday. Weekends also may be a time when people can slow down and enjoy a hot, homemade breakfast.

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Applesauce will vary in texture and flavor depending on the variety of apple used. All-purpose apples produce good results.

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We all know that foods rich in omega-3 are good for us. “Oily” fish is a simple way to incorporate that goodness into our diets. By regularly including these types of fish into our meals, we can help reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease and lower cholesterol levels.

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Arby's is best known for selling its succulent meats inside sandwiches. Now, some customers can get them to go, without the extras.

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With its silky texture, ability to melt and mild flavor, American cheese can do wonders for burgers and grilled cheese. American cheese can make quesadillas really sing, and it long has been a school lunch staple.

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You’ve been grilling all summer long, which means you may be in need of some new ideas this Labor Day Weekend. Experts say, no matter what equipment you’re using, the secret to making a big impact on the flavor of your food is BBQ pellets.

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A tree-ripened peach needs nothing but a place for the juice to drip after your face dives into it. It is like no other fruit, with a complex bouquet of flavors that changes from peach to peach, fine-tuned by the subtle weather patterns that are different each summer. When allowed to properl…

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Wraps were all the rage in the late 1990s and early 2000s, when Americans took the basic idea behind a burrito and expanded it to include a flatbread wrapped around a salad or a mix of complementary fillings. Those wraps had a heydey until the deconstructed wrap - or bowl - came around. That…

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If it feels like pumpkin spice season begins earlier every year, you're right. Beginning Tuesday, Starbucks will begin selling Pumpkin Spice Lattes across the United States and Canada, marking the drink's earliest release ever.

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Roasts and hams certainly may get a lot of fanfare for holiday dining, but chicken is a versatile food that is mild enough to be molded into whatever flavor profile cooks desire. Chicken also can be dressed up so it easily competes with other protein sources for top billing on holiday tables.

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I love meatloaf. I love it made from beef, pork or a mixture of the two. Toppings can be ketchup, a spicy Southwest sauce or, in this case, topped with caramelized onion jam.

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The brief, glorious moment when tomatoes are everywhere marks the culinary apex of summer. This solstice is especially fleeting for heirloom tomatoes, the high-maintenance wing of the tomato clan. Too watery and delicate to preserve, heirlooms can only be enjoyed raw. Which means they must b…

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