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Burger Time: Make Your Best Burger

Posted on July 1, 2014

It's always a great time for a burger, but in summer especially so. Burgers are really easy to make, but a few technical refinements can make the difference between a good burger and a great one....
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A Summery Cookout

Posted on July 1, 2014

It's a month to celebrate summer, and what better way than a cookout! We've got a simple and tasty summer menu that's great for treating yourself or your favorite backyard guests.) Featuring some...
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Cooking Class: Searing

Posted on July 1, 2014

A fair number of meat, poultry and some seafood recipes call for you to sear the protein before further cooking. Searing is a direct-heat technique used most often in grilling, braising, roasting or...
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Getting Personal - July 2014

Posted on July 1, 2014

Sometime last year my husband starting taking pictures of our dinner table on a regular basis. It started out innocently enough – a pretty salad probably caught his eye. Naturally, I was flattered....

Everybody's Favorite Burgers

Posted on July 1, 2014

If you want to get 10 different answers to the same question, ask 10 of your coworkers to describe the perfect burger. That's what happened when we sent our Chef Perron out in search of the best way...
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Dinner Tomorrow: Indian Pizza

Posted on July 1, 2014

You may have figured out Dinner Tonight, but what about dinner tomorrow? Sometimes it's all you can do to plan ahead a day, much less two. Here we're offering up a new idea: leftovers that don't seem...
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Cocktail of the Month: The Americano

Posted on July 1, 2014

What else could we pick for this most patriotic of months but The Americano? Named for the numbers of American tourists who were said to enjoy the cocktail while vacationing in Italy in the early...
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Kitchen Tips - July 2014

Posted on July 1, 2014

If you are chopping herbs for a salad dressing and your recipe also calls for salt, sprinkle the herbs with salt before chopping; it will help keep them from flying all over the cutting board.When...
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Situk River Sockeye Salmon

Posted on July 1, 2014

The Situk River flows southwest through the coastal fishing village of Yakutat, Alaska, a tiny community that is widely known as the largest seafood producer in the states. The native fishermen of...
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BBQ Sauces from Around the World

Posted on July 1, 2014

For many of us, barbeque sauce is a somewhat sweet, tomato-based sauce with a mild heat profile, but around the globe, traditional barbeque flavors couldn't be more different. If you're looking for a...
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