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You may think that as long as you’re buying real Parmigiano-Reggiano, your getting the best parm your money can buy, but it turns out that cheese closest to the rind is the tastiest.
Boneless, skinless chicken breasts don’t have a lot of fat in them, so they’re a challenge to cook (unless you like dry or tasteless chicken). With a piece of parchment paper, however, this problem is solved.
Why eat out of a bowl when you can eat out of an edible, fluffy bread cone? Great for on the go or for game day gatherings, bread cones can be filled with anything you want.
Whole tomatoes can be stored in the fridge or at room temperature, depending on how ripe they are. But if you’ve already sliced into one, the fridge is always the best place for them to be. Here’s how to do it right and maximise their freshness.
We’re still patiently waiting for In-and-Out to permanently make its way Down Under instead of teasing us with intermittent pop-up stores. You may not be familiar with the cult love around the chain and their “animal” sauce, but if you’ve ever had one, it’s easy to bring that flavour home to enjoy.
You buy some fish at the store, toss it in the fridge and forget about it for a few days — until a very distinct smell reminds you that it’s there. Don’t toss it out just yet. It’s still edible and there’s a few ways to make it smell and taste more appealing.
Making ice cream at home lets you create your own flavours and it’s a lot of fun, but nobody likes rock-hard ice cream you can’t scoop. Here’s a trick to make your homemade ice cream super soft.