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Steak 'n' potatoes: Try a new approach to an old favorite - TODAY.com

Chef Marc Forgione is sharing a new way to serve up an American classic: steak and potatoes. Here, he pairs hanger steak, a flavorful but inexpensive cut of meat, with twice-baked potatoes.<p>Hanger steak<p>Rating:<p>( rated)<p>Get the recipe<p>Twice-baked potatoes with parmesan and truffle<p>Rating:<p>( rated)<p>Get the …

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Make Fresh Mexican on the Grill: Men's Health.com

2 Tbsp white vinegar<br>1/2 Tbsp orange juice<br>1 onion, chopped<br>2 garlic cloves, chopped<br>2 Tbsp chipotle pepper in adobo<br>1/2 Tbsp guajillo pepper powder or chili powder<br>Pinch cinnamon<br>1 lb pork loin, sliced into 1/2-inch rounds<br>Salt and pepper<br>1 avocado, pitted and peeled<br>1 cup store-bought salsa verde<br>2 thick …

Give Thanks for These 43 Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Dishes

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Microwaving Candy: What Your Favorite Candy Looks Like Melted to Oblivion

Disclaimer: Nuking your leftover Halloween candy in the microwave is a bad (see: <i>bad</i>) idea and leads to kitchens that smell like rotting unicorns.<p>Similar to reverse rocket science, the crew gathered all the candy in the office -- from Skittles to Reese's Peanut Butter Cups -- and wondered what would …

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10 Essential Thanksgiving Techniques Every Cook Should Know

The 10 time-tested techniques you’ll need to ace the holiday classics, from fluffy mashed potatoes to, yes, a truly moist bird.<p>1. Baste With a Brush<p>News flash: You don’t need a baster. Use a brush to paint the drippings onto the turkey every 30 minutes or so, which keeps the bird moist and helps it …

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The 10 Foods Every Man Must Eat Before He Dies | Men's Health

It's prime beef, minced, and usually mixed with Dijon mustard, capers, chopped shallots, Worcestershire, anchovies, ground pepper, and a raw egg. Steak tartare has a velveteen texture and a deep, luxurious flavor that trumps any high-end steak you’ve ever eaten. It'll leave you to wonder why man …