How-to's

Cupcake Bus

On a covered cake board, place a row of five cupcakes for top of bus. Arrange six cupcakes each in the second and third rows. Follow with a row of five cupcakes.

Tint 2-1/2 cups vanilla…

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Cupcake Capers

To make cupcakes of the same size, use a solid plastic ice cream scoop to measure out the batter and fill the muffin cups.

Batter for a two-layer 9-in. cake can be used to make 2 to 2-1/2…

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Cutlery Napkin Bundles

Place a set of cutlery diagonally on the napkin, leaving about a third of the napkin showing at the bottom. Fold the bottom corner over the cutlery.

Fold the left side of the napkin over the…

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Cutting Bars into Diamond Shapes

With a large knife, make a diagonal cut from one corner of the pan to the opposite corner. Make diagonal cuts at 1-1/2-in. intervals parallel to the first cut.

Make a lengthwise cut through…

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Cutting Bars into Triangles

Triangle-shaped bars give a festive look to a cookie platter. Simply cut the bars into squares, then cut each squares, then cut each square in half diagonally.

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Cutting Biscotti

Bake the dough in an oblong loaf. Cool slightly and cut into slices using a serrated knife.

Store biscotti in airtight containers. If decorated with a coating, stack them between sheets of…

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Cutting Down on Fat

If you are using canned broth that is not fat-free, just chill in the refrigerator. After it is cold, remove the top of the can and lift off the solidified fat.

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Cutting Fresh Pineapple

With a chef's knife, remove the crown and the base. Stand the pineapple upright and cut down the length to remove the eyes and rind in strips.

Cut pineapple into quarters; remove the core.…

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Cutting Kernels from Corncobs

Stand one end of the cob on a cutting board. Starting at the top, run a sharp knife down the cob, cutting deeply to remove whole kernels. One medium cob yields 1/3 to 1/2 cup kernels.

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Cutting Up a Whole Chicken

Pull the leg and thigh away from the body. With a small sharp knife, cut through the skin to expose the joint.

Cut through joint, then cut skin around thigh to free leg. Repeat with other…

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