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100 Years Ago, Maillard Taught Us Why Our Food Tastes Better Cooked : The Salt : NPR A tower of profiteroles like this one, known as croquembouche, was created in France to celebrate Maillard, the man credited with identifyin.

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Croquembouche

Create a Croquembouche! The name of this classic French dessert means "crunch in the mouth"; Make the caramel and assemble the dessert as close to serving time as possible.

Turkey Brining Secrets from CookingChannelTV.com

Turkey Brining Secrets : Videos : Cooking Channel

Turkey Brining Secrets with Alton Brown - from "Good Eats" on Food Network. Timothy has brined two turkeys every year for family and friends. If you've never eaten moist, spice infused turkey, get a bucket and learn how early Americans prepared poultry.

What to Bring to a Boil and What to Put Into Boiling Water     As chef Dave Mawhinney said in a recent class at Haven’s Kitchen in New York City, whatever grows below ground, like potatoes, should be placed in room-temperature water and brought to a boil. Whatever is grown above ground, like Brussels sprouts, should be placed in boiling water and then cooked until done.

23 Tips All Home Cooks Should Know Slideshow

Whatever grows below ground, like potatoes, should be placed in room-temperature water and brought to a boil. Whatever is grown above ground, like Brussels sprouts, should be placed in boiling water and then cooked until done.

Infographic: Apples: 41 Varieties by Flavor Traits and Recommended Use - Sean Seidell

Your Autumn Guide To Apples [Infographic] Apples are weird. Here are their weird names. By Colin LecherPosted

Make Ahead Turkey (Thanksgiving) Gravy | No need to go crazy at the last minute!

Make Ahead Turkey (Thanksgiving) Gravy

Make ahead Turkey Gravy from the Noble Pig. Contrary to popular belief, you don't need a whole turkey to make gravy. However, you must slow-roast turkey to get &helip;

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