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How To : 7 Things Bakers Know That You Don't

There's a common saying that separates cooks from bakers: baking is a science, while cooking is an art. When baking, one little misstep can alter the texture, taste, and consistency of any recipe. Yet it doesn't have to be a scary science—forget your not-so-happy high school ...more

How To : Bake and frost petits fours

In this tutorial, we learn how to bake and frost petits fours with Rhonda. The tools you will need for this include: silicone pans, cake mix, cooking spray, cookie sheet, oven at 350 degrees, pourable fondant recipe, wax paper, cooling rack, bowls, how water, candy thermometer ...more

How To : Roast a turkey perfect for the holidays with Betty

Make fat-free, guilt-free turkey for you and the family. A delicious Holiday center piece, a recipe you'll be enjoying for years to come.In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make a Christmas roast turkey breast. How to: This is an 8-pound frozen turkey breast, thawed in t ...more

How To : Bake cookies on your car's dashboard

Craving cookies but don't want to turn your kitchen into a sauna? Don't fret. Just turn your car into an oven! Watch this video to learn how to bake cookies on your car's dashboard. Step 1. Prepare the cookie sheet Spray a cookie sheet with cooking spray. If you’re using pre ...more

How To : Prepare & cook a ribeye roast beef in the oven

Set the packaged roast on the kitchen counter. Let the roast warm to room temperature for an hour or more. This helps it to cook evenly. Unwrap and coat the roast with olive or vegetable oil. Rub with the spices of your choice. Crushed garlic is often used with beef. Some ch ...more

How To : Make Rosemary Sage Pork Roast with Hubert Keller

Ingredients 3 quarts water 1 cup kosher salt 1 cup granulated sugar 1 3 to 4 pound pork roast 3 garlic cloves, chopped 1 tablespoon fresh rosemary 1 tablespoon fresh sage 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 teaspoon freshly ground pepper 2 tablespoons extra v ...more

How To : Reheat food correctly

Turn your leftovers into another tasty meal by reheating them the right way. You Will Need * Leftovers * Microwave-safe containers * Heavy plastic wrap * Oven-safe pans * Aluminum foil * A metal strainer * A food thermometer Step 1: Reheat soups and other liquids Boil soups, ...more

How To : Prepare oven roasted chicken breasts

Kitchen Improv #3 shows us how to make some simple and delicious oven roasted chicken breasts. Roasting the chicken breasts wrapped in foil makes clean-up a snap. Just cover two pieces of foil in Pam spray and place chicken on one piece of foil. Put some simple seasonings on t ...more

How To : Work with Polymer Clay for Beginners

Polymer clay is an exciting arts & crafts medium. Actually, "clay" is a misnomer; it contains no true clay, but rather consists of tiny particles of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) combined with plasticizer, which is what makes it malleable like clay. What makes it so "exciting? Wel ...more

How To : Prepare & cook roast beef in the oven

Heat the oven to 450 degrees F. Remove the roast from its packaging and place it in a sturdy roasting pan. Rub the roast lightly with the oil. Try not to get any oil in the bottom of the roasting pan. Rub the roast with enough salt and pepper to lightly season it. Place th ...more

How To : Make a sun-dried tomato pesto stuffed pork roast

This sun dried tomato pesto-stuffed pork roast is ready for the oven in ten minutes. Follow along and learn how to make this pork recipe. This cooking how-to video is part of Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller show hosted by Robin Miller. Busy people everywhere face the same di ...more

How To : Say the names of kitchen items in French

Watch to learn how to say the names of things you use in the kitchen, like plates, colanders, and the stove, in French. un espirateur de table - small vaccuum une assiette creuse - a plate with a dip in the middle une assiette plate - a flat plate une balance - balance un batt ...more

How To : Make a chicken and black bean casserole

News-Star Extra This meal is quick to fix and delicious. First 2 TB. butter in the skillet, melt, add one small sliced onion. Cut ends from onion, cut onion in half, slice and divide into rings. To cout a tomato cut down the center, dice across and than dice across the other w ...more

How To : Dry age a steak

Dry aged steak is a chophouse specialty; but you don't have to go to a fancy restaurant to get this yummy meal. This video will show you how to recreate the superior flavor of real dry-aged steak at home. You Will Need * A whole USDA Prime or Choice roast * Paper towels * Che ...more

How To : The Foolproof Way to Perfect Home-Baked Bread

Almost every bread recipe will tell you to look for a golden brown crust or to tap on the bottom of your loaf and listen for a hollow sound. That visual and sound technique will work most of the time, but it can still come up short, leaving you with a soft and gooey spot in th ...more

How To : The Shortcut You (Don't) Knead for DIY Donuts

Many "quick and easy" donut recipes involve a donut pan and an oven, but those are basically just mini cakes shaped like donuts. Chances are, if you're in the mood for a donut, you aren't looking for a cake "donut" recipe—you want the real thing—a donut shop donut, fresh out o ...more

How To : Clone KFC's Nashville Hot Chicken

What began as a regional specialty has turned into a national trend that looks like it's here to stay: Nasvhille hot chicken has caught on like wildfire, with hot chicken restaurants popping up across the country—not to mention the 8 hot chicken restaurants that you can find i ...more

How To : Cook a Perfectly Roasted Chicken

Upon reading the title for this article, I bet you secretly thought to yourself, "Yeah, I've got the perfect way to 'make' roast chicken: I go to the store, and I buy one!" Well, there's no question that there are some really tasty, convenient rotisserie chickens out there, al ...more

How To : Easy DIY Gourmet Chocolate Bars

We've showed you how to make Butterfingers and Kit Kats, as well as custom-shaped chocolates, but have you ever thought about making your own gourmet chocolate bars? It's a fairly simple process, once you understand tempering, and there are endless flavor possibilities when y ...more

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