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Citrus powders can add punch to just about anything you cook, ranging from drinks to cooked meats to baked goods. Here’s how you can make your own super-easy, wonderful flavours.
Trussing, or tying up the wings and legs of a chicken, is an important step in roasting a whole bird evenly; it ensures evenly-cooked, moist meat, and it prevents anything stuffed inside from falling out. But even if you don’t have kitchen twine on hand, you can still truss a chicken using its own skin.
Slow cookers are one of the best tools for low-effort cooking. Although you might not think a frittata would turn out well in the slow cooker, the result is actually a more flavourful egg dish.
When you think of ramen, you probably think of those cheap packets students eat — which is fine, but real, fresh ramen is a different — and much more delicious — matter. This graphic from the folks at Lucky Peach shows you how to make your own.
Sometimes you don’t have the time or patience for a recipe (or you just have some leftover ingredients). This chart shows you a simple formula to put together any slow cooker meal.