Different types of food require different types of storage. Some vegetables just want to breath and be free, while others will only stay crisp in that special refrigerator door. Here's a look at various types of foods and where you should store them in your kitchen.
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Some veggies just taste better burnt, especially when you mix them up in a salsa. Here are some easy ways to char salsa ingredients in the kitchen.
If you've got more turkey or roast chicken leftovers than you know what to do with, you can transform some into a tasty Vietnamese noodle soup that's perfect for slurping in autumn.
If you're pitting a bunch of cherries for baking or snacking, don't toss them out. You can make a delicious cherry-flavored whipped cream with them.
This isn't the first time we've seen a video showing an easy, no-mess way to eat chicken wings, but B.D. Wong sure makes this method look good. The video above shows a way to eat a two-bone chicken wing without messing up your fancy suit.
This video is really about turning an affordable chuck roast into a centrepiece-worthy meal, but what really stood out to us is at five minutes or so in, where Grant Crilly makes an herb crust — and then uses egg white to make sure the crust sticks — a technique you can use for any herb crusted anything you make.
It's not like store-bought pickles are expensive, but it's kind of fun to pickle your own produce. It's also pretty easy, especially if you have some leftover pickle juice on hand from an empty jar.