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December 1, 2019
The History of Candy Canes: From Sugar Sticks to Striped Hooks

Let's face it: candy is a hit at any time of year. But when December 1st rolls around each year, our family's thoughts quite naturally turn to that stalwart of the Christmas season: candy canes. In some ways, candy canes require no introduction. Is there anyone around today who doesn't recognize the tell-tale sight of this […]

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November 25, 2019
Cooking Oils: The Ultimate Guide

Picture this: it's time to fix dinner, and your family is craving a crispy batch of homemade French fries. You fill your pot with whatever oil you grab first from the pantry. Then, you fry your way through the first batch of potatoes – and your house fills with smoke. I don't know about you, […]

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November 8, 2019
Histamines in Wine: The Likely Cause of Your Nasty Wine Headache

There's nothing like matching a nice glass of red wine with a beautiful steak or a Pinot Grigio with a creamy pasta dish. It's the simple things in life; wine seems – at times – the perfect drink. Alas, wine also sometimes seems like your worst enemy. Wine can cause some wicked headaches and stomachaches the following […]

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October 22, 2019
Health Effects of Red Wine – How Moderate Drinking Can be Good For You

Sometimes after a long day at work, I look forward to washing dinner down with a fine glass of wine.  (Yes, even when I have work again the next day...) Wouldn't it be nice if wine actually was beneficial to your health? Luckily for both of us, that's actually the case – for moderate quantities, anyway. That's […]

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September 5, 2019
Simple Homemade Mayonnaise: Skip the Store Bought!

I love mayonnaise. It's the great equalizer for many dishes, offering creamy consistency with the perfect amount of bite. What I don't love is the ingredients in most store-bought brands. With few exceptions, store-bought mayonnaise loads up on the sugar and has questionable oils as the base. Today, I'll walk you through making a delicious […]

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August 31, 2019
The Right Time to Drink Coffee

It’s usually around 5:30 AM when my kids burst into our bedroom. (I’m not fun to interact with at 5:30 AM.) Stumble to the kitchen. Grind the beans. Pour the water. 5-10 minutes later, giant coffee cup in hand, I’m a much more fun loving father. But – what if that immediate cup of coffee […]

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August 18, 2019
How to Season a Cast Iron Pan - ManyEats

I really enjoy my cast iron cookware. My pans are great for cooking everything outside of... well... eggs. Of course - the secret to all of this is in the seasoning. In this post I'll talk about seasoning a cast iron pan. This process works whether you've just bought an unseasoned pan, you're re-seasoning a […]

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August 18, 2019
How to Clean and Store a Cast Iron Pan

I have a 12" and 9" cast iron pan I use to make everything from steak to stir fries. I've always loved the taste of food I made on the pans, but I used to dread cast iron cleaning and maintenance. Today I'll talk about how best to clean and store a cast iron pan […]

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August 17, 2019
Types of Kitchen Knives Illustrated: Basic, Common, and Specialty

If you poke around a kitchen store or your friend's well-stocked kitchen, you'll see that there are many styles and types of kitchen knives. Knives are extremely interesting. I personally couldn't get a handle on the types until I had been cooking seriously for a few years. Today I'll share some of that knowledge with […]

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