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Set your plates on the warm stove to keep food hot once it's served.
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Are your eggs still fresh? Put them in a bowl of water to find out. If they sink, they're good. If they float, toss 'em.
As eggs age they lose moisture and take on air. #kitchentips
Wrap cheese in parchment or wax paper, then store it in a plastic bag to preserve the surface of the product and keep it moist.
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Don't have a juicer? Stick a fork in it! Squeeze the fruit around the tines.
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Don't keep olive oil above the stove! Oils go rancid easily, and should be stored in a cool, dark place.
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Place a dish of water in the oven while baking fish. It helps keep the flesh moist.
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Marinating fish in acid for too long will start to break down the flesh. Keep it quick @ 30 minutes!
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Restaurant secret: place a damp towel under your cutting board to prevent it from sliding around.
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Zest citrus directly into your dish to capture the flavorful oils that are released in the process.
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Scrape cheese that has been wrapped in plastic because the surface absorbs odors and chemicals.
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