Fire-and-Ice Arrangement

Pour coarse sugar or sea salt into a shallow serving bowl. Place pillar candles of varying heights on top, making sure they sit securely in the sugar or salt. Then tuck in a few small pinecones…

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Flatten Flake Steak

Using a sharp, long knife, cut steak horizontally from the long side to within 1/2 in. of opposite side.

Open steak so it lies flat; cover with plastic wrap. Flatten to 1/4-in. thickness…

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Flattening Chicken Breasts (Option 1)

Place boneless chicken breasts between two pieces of waxed paper or plastic wrap or in a resealable plastic bag. Starting in the center and working out to edges, pound lightly with the flat side…

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Flattening Chicken Breasts (Option 2)

Hold sharp knife parallel to cutting board and along one long side of breast; cut almost in half, leaving breast attached at one side.

Open breast so it lies flat; cover with plastic wrap.…

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Flowering Party Favors

Give guests mini versions of the daffodil centerpiece by making these coordinating party favors. Be sure to begin this project about a week in advance.

Start by spray painting a 3-in. clay…

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Foam Cake Tips

Foam cakes are done when the top springs back when touched and the cracks at the top of the cake look and feel dry.

If your tube pan has legs, invert the pan onto its legs until the cake is…

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Foiled by Fudge

When making fudge, you can simply butter or grease the pan with non-stick cooking spray to prevent the candy from sticking. But many recipes suggest first lining the pan with foil for additional…

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Folding in Ingredients

To fold a lighter mixture into a heavier one, use a rubber spatula to gently cut down through the middle of the ingredients. Move across the bottom of the bowl and bring up part of the heavier…

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Food processor Sorbet

You'll want a food processor to make this luscious, fruity sorbet. Sugar helps keep it from freezing into hard cubes of ice and also helps produce its wonderfully smooth texture, so don't…

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Food Safety - Keep It at the Right Temperature

Keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold. Cooked foods and uncooked foods that require require refrigeration should only be left at room temperature for up to 2 hours and only 1 hour if it is a hot…

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