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14 January, 2017

8 Foods You Shouldn’t Reheat In A Microwave

8 Foods You Shouldn’t Reheat In A Microwave
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No matter how tasty and healthy your freshly prepared meal is, it can lose its health benefits and even cause food poisoning if you reheat it in a microwave. Here is a list of foods that you should eat as soon as they’re cooked. Celery © Depositphotos Celery is a great ingredient for soup but only until the moment a plate of it is in a microwave. Celery contains nitrates that turn into toxic nitrites
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29 July, 2016

17 Genius Cooking Tricks That Professional Chefs Want You To Know

17 Genius Cooking Tricks That Professional Chefs Want You To Know
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1. Make perfectly shaped burger patties by throwing them against your cutting board to prevent air bubbles, then pressing a dimple into the middle to keep them from puffing up too much. Chef Matt Jennings taught us how to make the perfect grilled cheeseburger and he stresses that you have to form the patties properly.
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3 July, 2016

BEFORE YOU CELEBRATE THE 4TH LEARN THE 10 COMMANDMENTS OF GRILLING

BEFORE YOU CELEBRATE THE 4TH LEARN THE 10 COMMANDMENTS OF GRILLING
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BEFORE YOU CELEBRATE THE 4TH LEARN THE 10 COMMANDMENTS OF GRILLING Summer is here, which means it’s grilling season. And by that we mean “screwing up when you try to grill things in the backyard season.” Despite the hippie feel of eating outdoors, there’s a science to proper grilling. Ignore the science and you’re missing
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11 April, 2016

23 Tips That’ll Trick Others Into Thinking You’re A Chef

23 Tips That’ll Trick Others Into Thinking You’re A Chef
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1. Make sure all ingredients in your grilled cheese are at room temp before cooking. closetcooking.com  Butter your bread with softened butter so it’s easier to spread on the bread before cooking. Then use room-temperature cheese because it’ll melt more evenly and you won’t run into the problem of burning your bread. It’s pretty simple,
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