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Is bigger always better? The people running most cafés, restaurants and supermarkets seem to think so, serving or selling larger portions of food. This trend and portion sizes keep growing in the United States and Europe.
Kids love our attention, but, how much attention do they really need in order to fill their cups? And, is it our attention that they're seeking, or is it our connection? More importantly, what kind of play is the best?
There is a lot of inside baseball talk here aimed at chefs and butchers, including a chapter called "Cutting for Profit" where
Here's a simple thing you can do to improve your turkey. Throw out your roasting rack. It's time to kill this old tradition whether you are cooking indoors or outdoors, whether you are roasting a turkey or prime rib.
Whether you are cooking your turkey indoors or outdoors, butterflying the bird (spatchcocking) has numerous advantages. 8
Believe it or not, spices that we conveniently pick up at the market were once literally worth their weight in gold. Wars have even been waged over spices!
Apparently, some people are willing to pay $4,200 for a mango.
If you're going to form an opinion on oysters, please just take a taste of them so your thoughts actually hold water.
Anything that is marinated and slow-cooked for anywhere between three to 14 hours has got to be an art.
Who's going to hold your hand through yet another burnt batch of crepes and tell you to keep at it until you get 'em right?