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Don't make that face at us. It is delicious.
There are some flavors that seem like they should never go together. You know, things like hot sauce and ice cream or pickles and peanut butter. But every so often, there's an outlier that defies the expectations of digestion. Some flavor combinations ...
 
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At a recent Snake River Farms event, acclaimed Chef Carlo Miguel dished out a few reminders on how to cook the perfect steak.
A steak meal is often celebratory. A promotion, a proposal, a birthday, or whatever other important milestone usually culminates at a restaurant, the shiniest slab of beef at the center of the table. The image of steak has always been associated with ...
 
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It’s time to man up and fry that chicken to golden perfection
For many, frying isn’t a walk in the park. Whether it’s for chicken, tilapia, or tortang talong, frying has always had a troublesome reputation among amateur cooks because of the health and safety hazards it poses. There’s truth to all that—if you ...
 
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Boodle 101: How to set up a foolproof Filipino kamayan!
Nothing exemplifies the Filipino spirit of camaraderie and love of good food like a kamayan feast or a boodle fight. As its name suggests, a boodle fight demands a gathering of diners. The fighting, however, does not mean beating up one another. ...
 
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Four ingredients. One damn fine drink.
For a slighter sweeter version, add agave syrup before shaking. And of course, if you prefer them frozen (though that's not the traditional way to make a margarita), simply add the ingredients to a blender and then blend until smooth.It's Margarita season. ...
 
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When you want to drink your dessert, mix yourself up a vodka, coffee liqueur, and Irish cream cocktail.
A mudslide can present itself in many different ways. It might be swirled with hot fudge in a milkshake glass, with a dollop of whipped cream on the top. It might be strained into a martini glass rimmed with cookie crumbles and ...
 
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New Orleans did the country a solid when it popularized this fruity rum cocktail.
The Hurricane is one of those cocktails that you don't think you'll ever be into. Then one day, you're at a rum bar, probably near the ocean with a sea breeze wafting in, and the mood hits you hard. You order the ...
 
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Your leftovers will never be (as) crappy again.
Leftovers are a godsend for anyone harried by the day’s activities but still craving for a good, satisfying meal. (This is the reason we love Christmas.) Whether they’re takeout from a dinner with friends or extra batches of a dish cooked up over ...
 
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It's that time of the year again. Surprise the most important woman in your life with a delectable breakfast in bed.
One of life’s last greatest luxuries is breakfast in bed: a hearty meal served right after a restful slumber–it's practically everything you need in life, with the added bonus of knowing that only people who truly love you will actually get breakfast-in-bed ideas .Nothing ...
 
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Benjamin Collombat of the Michelin-starred Chateau de Berne has a knock-em-dead tartare recipe that will impress your girl and everyone else.
It's 2019. It's no longer surprising to find men in the kitchen anymore. A Time article reported Gen X men have become more involved in meal prep—from grocery shopping to cooking—compared to their fathers. If you're unsure about how to start in the kitchen, start with something simple: ...
 
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And here's how to make it, courtesy of Junzi Kitchen's Chef Lucas Sin.
Zhajiang directly translates to "fried sauce noodles," but Chef Lucas Sin likes to call it Jaja. The sauce itself—a fermented soybean paste cooked in oil—is a Beijing street food staple, and just one of the many Northern Chinese culinary traditions that the Hong Kong native has been serving up at Junzi ...
 
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Fancy noodles with just a few simple twists.
As much as we'd love to cook or enjoy the services of a gourmet restaurants every day, we can't. There are days we'll always go back to the easy ways of "just add water" meals.This is just reality.We won't blame you for this instant ...
 
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Chef Paul Hancock reveals the secret to a nice smooth cocktail is all in the fat.
So, you’ve finished cooking your bacon and you have a nice amount of grease left in the pan. Do you throw it out? Absolutely not. You freeze it and put it in your whiskey.Okay, it’s a bit more nuanced than that, but when ...
 
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It's the salty and sweet paradise you deserve.
As a Southerner, I spend a lot of time pushing a heavy agenda of Dolly Parton, excessive butter use, and college football. We don’t always get it right (ever heard of pig's feet?), but when we do, we really get it right. We are ...
 
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The Malagos Book of Chocolate is much more than a recipe book.
You will probably reach for the Malagos Book of Chocolate for the simple reason that it is a book of chocolate recipes, from the usual desserts to lechon kawali tostada and kare-kare. But more than that, the Malagos Book of Chocolate is a ...
 
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'Chicken and Charcoal' launches with a collaboration between Yardbird and Chino MNL
If we had more time, I'm pretty sure that Chef Matt Abergel would still be talking about chicken right now. The chef of Hong Kong's popular Yardbird snuck out for a quick cooldown as he wraps up the first of a two-night special dinner in ...
 
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Chef Dale Talde has made this Filipino dessert his own.
Remember when one magazine tried to come up with a halu-halo recipe with popcorn and gummi bears and the whole Filipino community went berserk? It's a dangerous ground to tread. If you're unfamiliar with the dish, you may think of this traditional Filipino ...
 
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Forget salt and butter.
Bad popcorn sucks. We've all had it. Straight from the bag, with that microwave setting that never seems to produce the same result twice. It's too burnt, too greasy, and half the pieces are caked with some kind of faux-buttery chemical slop, ...
 
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So that's what makes it good...
It’s the one dish that every Filipino can get behind—soft spaghetti noodles topped with a sweet, strikingly red sauce loaded with round red hotdogs and ground meat. It was your first experience with pasta. It was your seventh-birthday treat. It was there to be ...
 
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No TV dinner should get in between man and his microwave.
Admit it: Just like any loving affair, your relationship with the microwave has had its ups and downs, yet you still consider it as one of the most important anchors in your life. You can live without it, but you choose not ...
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