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Adorable Kids Try Coffee For The First Time, And Their Reactions Are Priceless">Adorable Kids Try Coffee For The First Time, And Their Reactions Are Priceless

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As coffee-drinking adults, we've incorporated java into our daily lives so seamlessly (and addictively) that we've probably failed to realize how much conditioning it took to make that happen. Sure, we might need coffee to get us going every morning (and throughout the day...

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6 Things You Didn't Know About Chipotle Mexican Grill">6 Things You Didn't Know About Chipotle Mexican Grill

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For many, Chipotle is what fast food should be: tasty, ethically responsible, not too expensive, and reasonably healthy. While you might think that you know everything there is to know about this mega-chain, there's actually a lot out there that you're probably not aware...

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angel food cake -- bundt pan okay?">angel food cake -- bundt pan okay?

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I recently made an angel food cake (from a box) and put into my non-stick bundt cake pan. I let it cool, right side up, and it came out BEAUTIFULLY! Wish I did have the real deal on the Angel food Cake pan, but since I don't, I...

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Another Braising & Browning Question">Another Braising & Browning Question

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I have a few braising recipes that call for either: 1) Beef Chuck; or 2) Beef Brisket; Some call for browning before the braise, but without fail each time I try to brown (different heats, different oils, different amount of oil, with and without flour etc), in the final dish, the meat comes...

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Panna Cotta Proportion Question">Panna Cotta Proportion Question

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David Lebovitz calls for 2 c. heavy cream to 1 packet (~2 1/4 tsp.) gelatin. Many other recipes call for 2 c. liquid to about 1 1/2 tsp. gelatin. Normally I trust David Lebovitz' recipes implicitly, but the only other time I've made panna cotta - very successfully...

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The Coffee Industry Is Worse Than Ever For The Environment">The Coffee Industry Is Worse Than Ever For The Environment

By: | 0 Comments | On: April 29, 2014 | Category : Recipes

Every day, coffee fans in cities from San Diego to Stockholm get a dose of self-satisfaction along with their morning caffeine jolt when they order fancy coffee that tastes great and that they assume is helping the environment.

But the recent uptick in...

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Every Tequila Cocktail Recipe You Need For Cinco De Mayo">Every Tequila Cocktail Recipe You Need For Cinco De Mayo

By: | 0 Comments | On: April 29, 2014 | Category : Recipes

Tequila is one of those liquors people feel pretty strongly about. Some people swear by it -- by way of a simple shot or a margarita on the rocks, tequila is their go-to drink. Others hate it. All it takes is...

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What does a well-seasoned cast iron pan look like?">What does a well-seasoned cast iron pan look like?

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I found this article that has some pictures. http://www.richsoil.com/cast-iron.jsp Reading More May Cause Envy...

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What's your most useful cookbook?">What's your most useful cookbook?

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What's the name of the cookbook which you frequently turn to, with recipes you keep making over and over again? I'm thinking of buying a new cookbook, but I want to make sure that it'll be the one from which. I cook frequently Reading More May Cause...

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What dairy product did I make?">What dairy product did I make?

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I've been making plain yogurt for quote some time now so I thought I could experiment. I usually use whole milk and plain yogurt. This last time I also added a pint of cream to the milk before proceeding as usual: heating to 180°, letting it drop to 120°, adding...

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