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General Food Tips

Plastic Wrap for Bars

Cut a roll of clear plastic wrap in half to use for individually wrapping homemade granola bars, brownies and cookies. Instead of one wide roll, you end up with two narrower rolls of the perfect…

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Preheating the Oven

It is important to preheat your oven before baking and roasting. Baked items depend on the correct oven temperature to help them rise and cook properly. All Taste of Home recipes are tested in…

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Produce Low in Pesticides

The Environmental Working Group (ewg.org) lists the "clean 15" fruits and vegetables that are low in pesticides, so you can skip the high prices of organic produce: onions, sweet corn, pineapples,…

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Quick-Rise Yeast Or Regular Active Dry Yeast?

The two different types of yeast can be substituted for each other in recipes, but remember: Quick-rise yeast does not need to be dissolved in water before mixing, and it requires only one rise.…

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Quickly Chop Olives

If I need chopped olives, I open a can of whole olives and drain the liquid. Then I move a knife up and down and back and forth in the can to chop the olives quickly, easily and neatly. This also…

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Reduce Veggie Odors

To reduce the odor of cabbage, broccoli or cauliflower as it cooks, add a slice of lemon to the water.—Elizabeth E., Belleville, Ontario

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Remoulade

A flavorful mayonnaise-based sauce similar to tartar sauce that can be seasoned with mustard, capers, chopped gherkins or relish, herbs and often anchovies. It is served as an accompaniment to…

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Sauces for Prime Rib

The term "au jus" (French for "with juice") is often used to describe the serving of meat (like prime rib) with the natural juices that were produced as drippings while the meat was roasting. For…

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Save Foil

The recipes for many baked dishes say to cover with aluminum foil while baking. To save foil, I simply invert a cookie sheet over the dish. —Charlsie M., Glenwood, Arkansas

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Slow Cooker Tips

Choose the correct size slow cooker for your recipe. A slow cooker should be from half to two-thirds full.

Unless the recipe instructs you to stir in or add ingredients, refrain from lifting…

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