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Dress up olives with citrus, herbs, capers and garlic for an easy yet impressive hors d'oeuvre.
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Plus olives are full of good monounsaturated fats! #kitchentips
Plus olives are full of good monounsaturated fats! #kitchentips
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Refresh Your Hard Bread!
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1. Wrap in foil
2. Bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes 

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1. Wrap in foil
2. Bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes
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  • Gwendolyn Yes! Works great. #kitchentips
  • JenniferEmilson Another easy way: get oven to 375 degrees. Sprinkle water all over the outside of baguette or loaf and put directly into oven. The steam will crunch up the outside, and warmly soften and fluff up...
  • Yfalkson Maybe you can change your title to food hacker?
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For the love of all that is sacred, ALWAYS toss your pasta in its sauce before serving!
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Cook your pasta to "al dente," remove from boiling water and throw directly into sauce. Keep sauc...
Cook your pasta to "al dente," remove from boiling water and throw directly into sauce. Keep sauce on simmer and toss your pasta, marrying the two heavenly ingredients. It will continue to slightly...
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Poach eggs in a muffin tin to cook many at a time. Simply add a tablespoon of water to each cup and bake at 350 until cooked as desired.
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Make things easier by wiping your measuring cup with oil before measuring sticky peanut butter or honey.
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Want crispy skin, but hate making a mess when cooking fish on the stove?
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Preheat the oven with a sheet pan inside, and add your fish filets skin-side down on the already ...
Preheat the oven with a sheet pan inside, and add your fish filets skin-side down on the already hot sheet pan. The skin will crisp up without coating your kitchen in oil splatter. #kitchentips
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Use a combo of rice and chickpea flours for a gluten-free crispy crust when panfrying!
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Last night I tried this awesome David Tanis recipe for Spicy Fried Shrimp that calls for a coatin...
Last night I tried this awesome David Tanis recipe for Spicy Fried Shrimp that calls for a coating of rice and chickpea flours and it works great! (Note: I didn't fully submerge the shrimp in oil a...
  • gingerandchorizo Looks delicious! I love using a mixture of chickpea flour and potato starch to make batter for fritter or tempura, also just use half deep-fry half pan-fry method in order to use less oil, it...
  • annefood Thanks @gingerandchorizo ! Yes I hate deep frying and this method worked great!
  • MargaretG Love this!! Thanks!!!
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Add some zip to your vinaigrette with spices!
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I used ground cumin in this shallot vinaigrette with lemon juice, white wine vinegar and mustard....
I used ground cumin in this shallot vinaigrette with lemon juice, white wine vinegar and mustard. It's a great way to add more flavor to a simple green salad. #kitchentips
  • tinabeans Brilliant! Cumin goes well with anything :P