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Make Easier Crepes With Flour Tortillas

Crepes are delicious, delicate and difficult to make. Instead of making the crepe from scratch using flour, use a tortilla.


Get Free Food Prep Help From Your Butcher By Simply Asking

Butchers are skilled craftsmen when it comes to anything meat-related, but their expertise is often underused. Most are more than willing to help you with your meal prep needs, and all you have to do is ask.


Wait For Butter To Stop Foaming Before Sauteing

Here’s a quick tip for knowing when butter is hot enough to saute in: wait until it stops foaming.


Make Churros In Your Waffle Iron And Skip The Deep Frying

Doesn’t this look delicious? The surprisingly versatile gadget that is the waffle iron has yet another use: it can turn batter into churros, saving you the hassle of deep-frying the dough in a pot of oil.


This Graphic Shows How To Pair Ingredients For More Flavourful Salads

Tired of the same old boring salads? While there are nearly endless ingredient combinations you can try, this graphic suggests tried-and-true flavour pairings that balance primary tastes.


This Video Debunks 10 Popular Misconceptions About Food

No matter what you call them — myths, urban legends, old wives’ tales or misconceptions — this video tackles some of the more popular cooking and food related ones you’ve probably heard at some point.


Form Burger Patties As Gently As Possible For A More Satisfying Crust

By “as gently as possible”, America’s Test Kitchen means packing the minced meat as if you’re “cradling a newborn baby”. Here’s what that means.


Ten Simple Tips To Make Food Taste Better

Sometimes it’s the small touches that make the biggest difference when you’re in the kitchen. Here are some simple tips from America’s Test Kitchen for prepping, cooking and seasoning designed to boost flavour in everyday cooking.


Boil Eggs With A Tea Towel To Keep Them From Cracking In The Pot

Boiling a bunch of eggs at once can be tricky. To keep the eggs from bumping into each other and cracking prematurely, all you need is a tea towel.


Make Pumpkin Soup Directly Inside The Pumpkin You're Eating

Hey, have you guys ever heard of pumpkins? They’re a relatively obscure fruit that the world magically rediscovers once a year. They also make for great soup, no pot required.