Keeping gravy warm in a coffee thermos! Why didn’t I think of that???
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It’s time to know the difference between a blender and a food processor.
Do you know the magic trick that replaces eggs like a charm?
Each recipe serves two hungry people with too much self-respect to survive on ramen and Easy Mac.
You can definitely teach an old gadget new tricks.
You’ll probably still have a minor panic attack at some point during the holiday, but at least it won’t be because of the food.
Because timing is the hardest part.
Find a step-by-step guide to making these recipes here.
Even total beginners. Here are photo instructions for every step, the grocery list, the equipment list — everything. You can do this!
Please put down the turkey baster.
Three ingredients, butcher’s twine, and a roasting rack. Anything else and you’re just making things difficult.
This is the easy way to make every dish on your Thanksgiving table taste a million times better.
And save you lots of time. Time that you can spend eating!
Coconut milk and fish sauce should be pantry staples, no matter what.
Do it right and your kitchen will smell like delicious, toasty hazelnuts. Do it wrong and your kitchen will smell like burnt coal and defeat.
Here’s a guide to what to use when.
Be heavy-handed with that wine bottle, and plan for *at least* an hour of simmer time.
This is extremely satisfying and useful.
We’ve all had that terrible kale salad experience where it feels like the inside of your mouth is being assaulted by a giant tree. Here’s how to avoid that.
Just some cornbread that fried and went to heaven.
Wrap it inside parchment paper with some other ingredients and it cooks itself.
Get it hot enough to sear meat or roast veggies and there’s tons of smoke, your food tastes bad, and it might actually be toxic.