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Passport to Chile (Grapefruit Pisco Cocktail)

Passport to Chile (Grapefruit Pisco Cocktail)

Maggie Hoffman admits that her recipe, “Passport to Chile (Grapefruit Pisco Cocktail) recipe,” was taken from Matt Friedlander of New York’s Sweetwater Social. The grapefruit cocktail could be served from a punch bowl with ice blocks or refrigerated and served with ice in glasses. The ingredients for the cocktail are pisco, honey syrup, fresh grapefruit […]

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How To Make Mashed Potatoes for Just Two People — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

How To Make Mashed Potatoes for Just Two People — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Many times, when people make mashed potatoes, for themselves (or for two), they make enough to feed an entire army. They either need to throw the mashed potatoes away or save them for later. However, there is a way to make mashed potatoes for two people. You will need kosher salt, one and a half […]

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What to Do When Your Chili Is Too Spicy, Too Thin, or Too Boring — Tips from The Kitchn

What to Do When Your Chili Is Too Spicy, Too Thin, or Too Boring — Tips from The Kitchn

If you like chili and think you found a recipe that is good but needs a little work, there are some things you can do to make it perfect. There are spices to add heat and using a potato can cool it down. If your chili is too thin like soup, you can simmer more, […]

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How To Make Gluten-Free Pizza Dough — Recipes from The Kitchn

How To Make Gluten-Free Pizza Dough — Recipes from The Kitchn

In the article, ” How to Make Gluten-Free Pizza Dough” by Meghan Splawn, Splawn talks about the process of making gluten-free pizza dough. Splawn walks the reader through the process of making the dough by picking a gluten-free flour blend. She includes a few important tips she learned from her own experience making gluten-free pizza […]

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10 Tips for Setting Up an Awesome Chili Bar — Tips from The Kitchn

10 Tips for Setting Up an Awesome Chili Bar — Tips from The Kitchn

A chili bar should be something in your vocabulary. It’s a great party idea and goes over well with kids. It also gives you the ability to control the spice content either for kids, or adults who are a bit more squeamish about spicy items. Make your base chili and figure out what you want […]

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We Can’t Stop Eating Molly Yeh’s Super-Soft, Cakey Cookies

We Can’t Stop Eating Molly Yeh’s Super-Soft, Cakey Cookies

Molly Yeh, a favorite at Food52, has published a new cookbook titled “Yogurt.” In this book, she includes recipes that use yogurts for all times of the day, including breakfast, lunch, dinner, and desserts. Her cookbook says that yogurt is the duct tape of the culinary world. A favorite recipe was for Yeh’s Soft Yogurt […]

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City Kitchen Bouncy Noodles, Bright Greens, Quick Broth A Perfect Bowl

City Kitchen: Bouncy Noodles, Bright Greens, Quick Broth: A Perfect Bowl

Soup is satisfying. It gives you a big collection of everything you want and it is warm and homey. Japanese soups are the same way, but with those delicious Asian flavors. These are all about the noodles, from fat and fresh Udon to more delicate buckwheat soba noodles, even to the ubiquitous street food ramen, […]

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The One Ingredient I Use for Better, Tastier Last-Minute Chili — Tips from The Kitchn

The One Ingredient I Use for Better, Tastier Last-Minute Chili — Tips from The Kitchn

If you want a delicious bowl of chili for dinner but don’t want to wait for it to simmer or slow cook for hours, there is a solution. Adding fresh chorizo to any chili can add strong flavor regardless of how long you cook it. You will want to get the Mexican chorizo without a […]

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