Experts share their recipes and tips. The lag between lunch at school and dinner at home can feel like a lifetime to kids. The after-school snack, therefore, is a time-honored tradition in many homes.
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You know you love your great aunt's banana bread, but you probably don't know why you do. In Modern Comfort, Ashley Rodriguez from Not Without Salt figures out what makes our favorite classics work, and
Once you get the feel for these sauces, you'll be able to whisk them up whenever you want to get fancy. Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating
Potatoes. They don't get the respect they deserve. At every one of my birthday parties as a kid, we’d play Hot Potato. My mom would microwave a russet potato until it was nearly impossible to handle and
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Makes 4 Servings You may ask yourself, Does this sandwich really need mayonnaise? The answer is yes. A swipe of mayo, not butter, on the bread encourages that gorgeous exterior. This is part of BA's Best,
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splendidtable.org - The tomato/meat base of this ragout will work with any shape of pasta. Just use this recipe as a trusty guide. The point is to use whatever meat you have, such as roast pork (or beef or lamb or poultry), and heat it quickly with canned tomatoes to make a succulent sauce. Keep in mind that the meat is already cooked to perfection, so it takes very little time to come together.