Here Are 10 Tips For Making Foods Everyone Should Know How To Cook

You've probably heard of brining, which rose to popularity in the early 2000s and involves soaking a turkey in gallons of salt water. I spent years sloshing around a cooler full of poultry juice and sacrificing fridge space to accommodate a vessel large enough for a whole bird.

Life Is Too Short To Eat Dry Meat, So Try Brining

Why leave it up to guesswork rather than using a meat thermometer?

Buy A Digital Thermometer To Avoid The Stress Of The Guess

Store a basic vinaigrette in your fridge and the possibilities are endless. My go-to vinaigrette uses red-wine vinegar, olive oil, grated garlic, chopped shallots, whole-grain mustard, and honey, shaken together and stored in a mason jar.

Start Making Your Own Simple Salad Dressings

Put flavored whipped cream cheese into a phyllo shell, delicately snip fresh herbs on top, and you have an appetizer that's elegant yet approachable.

Phyllo Shells Are Our Friends

During the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, I stocked up on garlic, one of my grocery must-haves, to the point of sheepishness. Though I cook with garlic on a daily basis, I knew some of my stash would have to be preserved so I turned to roasting.

Roasted Garlic Takes The Umami Factor To 10

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