If there's one ingredient that most cocktails call for, it's some kind of sweetener. But between all the syrups, sugars, and honeys, things can get confusing. Here's what you need to know to mix the best drinks at home.
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Don't have all day to waste cooking a turkey tomorrow? Try this trick from Chef Matt Griffin at Fedora: cook the turkey in a salt crust for a quick, juicy bird.
Brussels sprouts have long been synonymous with "disgusting vegetable everybody hates", but in recent years it seems we've figured out how to cook them properly. Here's a killer recipe from Chef Janine at Root & Bone.
We previously discovered the wonder of making popsicles with just two ingredients, but if you're more of an ice cream person, here's a scoopable frozen dessert alternative that's nearly as easy.
The vast majority of commercial nut milks -- even the grower-owned, non-GMO versions you can buy refrigerated from the natural foods store -- contain gums, emulsifiers and stabilisers. If you drink dairy milk alternatives and your goal is to eat as much real food as possible, follow this recipe to make any type of nut milk at home yourself.
Lemonade is summer staple that doesn't need much improving, but if you want to take the classic beverage to a more refined and fancy place, try incorporating vanilla bean syrup. This secret ingredient rounds out lemon's natural harshness and tempers its acidity without detracting from the flavour we so firmly associate with summer.
Pumpkin pie. It sounds weird to anyone born in Australia, where pumpkin is reserved for soup, roast dinners and occasionally for mixing in with mashed potato to make it a little bit healthier. We certainly don't see it as a sweet food, much less a dessert, though as it turns out pumpkin pie is actually a delicious dessert that every Australian should try at some point in their life.
Meal planning should be simple, but it's not always easy. Ideally, you make a big batch of meals on Sunday that last you the entire week. Maybe you have things to do on Sunday. Maybe you just don't feel like making five to seven days' worth of meals at once. Here's an easier option: Prep marinade instead.