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In the sub-basement of Trader Joe’s corporate headquarters, I assume there’s an evil scientist waving their hands around one of those electrified balls that make your hair stand up, but inside the ball is a head of radioactive cauliflower. The scientist is cackling maniacally, shrieking, I’VE DONE IT! I’VE DONE IT THIS TIME!! And an
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This take on the beloved Indonesian fried rice dish nasi goreng is from Meera Sodha‘s cookbook East: 120 Easy and Delicious Asian-Inspired Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes. Kecap manis, a syrupy Indonesian soy sauce that’s sweetened with palm sugar and often infused with spices like star anise and black pepper, gives nasi goreng its characteristic caramelization
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You don’t really need a Rolodex of oyster recipes. Just slurp them raw! Douse them in lemon juice and knock them back like tiny briny shots of bliss! While this method is all well and good, frying, grilling, or stewing oysters takes them to a whole other dimension. We’re talking about broiled oysters dusted with
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Want to get Basically content way before these articles hit the site? Subscribe to our print magazine, where we explore a single subject every month. This time around: knives. There is only one entirely incorrect and extremely dangerous way to hold a knife. If you’re gripping it by the handle, you’re already doing it mostly
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Want to get Basically content way before these articles hit the site? Subscribe to our print magazine, where we explore a single subject every month. This time around: knives. The season of endless chopping has arrived. We’re talking about custardy roasted sweet potatoes, cheesy butternut squash bake, and vibrant winter salad. Along with a fresh
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Want to get Basically content way before these articles hit the site? Subscribe to our print magazine, where we explore a single subject every month. This time around: knives. We originally published this article, written by Alex Delany, in 2017. Sarah Jampel updated it since then to include information and research from our 2020 print
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“This is a ‘necessity is the mother of invention’ kind of recipe, borne from isolation, scant ingredients, an oversupply of kimchi, and sheer hunger,” writers recipe developer and cookbook author Hetty McKinnon. “Yet this unconventional one-pot approach also happens to be one of the simplest ways to prepare mac and cheese. Starchy pasta cooking water
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Lightly brush Detroit-style pizza pan, 13×9″ baking pan, or two 8×8″ pans with extra-virgin olive oil. Lightly flour work surface with bread flour and turn ½ batch (360 g) Master Bread Dough out onto surface. If using a Detroit-style pizza pan or a 13×9″ pan, pull edges of dough into the center, then turn over
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We love healthy dinner recipes that are nutritious, tasty, and not too complicated. You’ll find this list meets all those requirements, without feeling repetitive. On Monday, dinner could be silky steamed fish, fragrant with soy and ginger. By Wednesday, you’ll be soaking up bowls of creamy-ish mushroom soup. And to kick off the weekend, look
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This list of gluten free Thanksgiving recipes is what we’ll be most grateful for this turkey day—because even the fiercest gluten-lovers will come back for seconds. We’ve got every aspect of the big feast covered, from snack-y appetizers to starchy sides and festive-feeling desserts. We’re talking about this winter squash bharta, a Bangladeshi-style mashed vegetable
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Heat oil in a medium pot over medium. Add shallots, garlic, lemongrass, and chiles and cook, stirring occasionally, until aromatics start to soften but have not taken on any color, about 5 minutes. Add tomatoes and cook, smashing and stirring, until tomatoes have burst and fallen apart and mixture is slightly thickened, about 5 minutes.
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