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It may cut you if you're not careful, but with a little care you can learn how to avoid it. Just put it back in the cupboard and forget it. It will remind you that next time, perhaps you should be more careful but really, you are still fine.
Don't feel bad if you have shared these well-intentioned words with the overwhelmed parents in your life. But can I politely ask you to stop?
I used to be a once-in-a-blue-moon china user. But I've changed. Holiday entertaining is often when people break out their china for parties and dinners with family and friends. Now that the holidays are over, here's a piece of advice: Don't be so quick to pack away those pretty place settings.
I usually soak dirty pots and pans overnight in the sink in some soapy water, but the next morning, I still find myself scrubbing away to get that grease off. How annoying! This cleaning hack is a serious time saver, and it works so well!
Stop stacking. Start embracing the vertical space.
The beauty of a dishwasher is that you can just toss everything in it after dinner, let it run, and sit back and relax, right? Unfortunately, that's not exactly the case. The rough cycle that gets your plates and bowls sparkling clean can do some kitchen equipment more harm than good.
There are many five-star restaurants worth booking an entire trip for, but it's equally important to savor classic treats from across the world.
Sometimes the greatest food creations come from adapting to necessity.
Those of you lucky enough to be invited to spend a day, weekend or longer at a friend's beach house had best have something special in hand when you arrive.
Nobody puts a better spin on Western dishes than the Japanese.
The actor wooed the new love of his life (now his wife) by spit-roasting a twenty-six pound suckling pig for her.
Cheap and delicious Chinese chow mein noodles stir fried with vegetables is so simple yet so satisfying.
My mother was a terrible cook, but she set a beautiful table. Every year at least a week before the Jewish holidays -- which, as she used to say, fell either too early or too late, but were never on time -- she'd get out her most favorite dishes.
These recipes are more fascinating for their rigor, and how they are distinguished from so much that passes for sleight-of-hand cookery these days.
Its owners call it a free style restaurant. Mixing avant garde cuisine with recipes passed down from generations of cooking ancestors, they claim to cook meals for everyone. A family restaurant of another kind.