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19 July, 2017

30-Minute Pressure Cooker Split Pea Soup

30-Minute Pressure Cooker Split Pea Soup
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3 0-Minute Pressure Cooker Split Pea Soup The pressure cooker makes short work of pea soup, cooking them in half the time it would traditionally take and doing all the work of the blender as well. Rich, creamy comfort is just half an hour away. WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: The pressure cooker cuts the peas’
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19 May, 2017

The $3 Ingredient-In-A-Tube That’ll Make All Your Food Taste Better

The $3 Ingredient-In-A-Tube That’ll Make All Your Food Taste Better
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The $3 Ingredient-In-A-Tube That’ll Make All Your Food Taste Better   Every cook should have a secret ingredient. Something that no one will quite be able to identify, but that makes everything taste just that much more sophisticated. Something like anchovy paste. Okay, okay, so it’s not the sexiest of secret ingredients, but not everything
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12 April, 2017

A Genius Method To Reduce Sandwich Filling Slippage

A Genius Method To Reduce Sandwich Filling Slippage
Posted in : Hacks, Sandwich, Science on by : EyeOnFood
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A Genius Method To Reduce Sandwich Filling Slippage You take the time out of your busy day to craft a stacked sammie and, oh boy, does it look delicious. As you raise that fine delicacy to your face and take a big chomp, suddenly — heartbreak! The tender vegetables pour out onto your lap with the
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10 April, 2017

21 Absolutely Invaluable Kitchen Hacks

21 Absolutely Invaluable Kitchen Hacks
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21 Absolutely Invaluable Kitchen Hacks   We’ve gathered together some life hacks for preparing food, cleaning and organizing your cooking space. Some of them you may have never suspected. Cooking Hacks 1. How to remove seeds from vegetables quickly © boilbroil To quickly remove seeds from pumpkins or zucchinis, use an ice-cream scoop. Its sharp edge easily scrapes out seeds
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