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15 Set/10

Cook’s Illustrated iOS App Provides In-Depth Recipes and Ingredient Reviews [Downloads]

Cook’s Illustrated iOS App Provides In-Depth Recipes and Ingredient Reviews [Downloads]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); iOS only: If all Cook’s Illustrated offered on the iPhone was recipes, it would easily settle into a very large pile. But the Cook’s app, like the magazine, gives you background knowledge, recommends ingredient brands, and walks you through every step. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere –...

16 Nov/09

Make Easy, Less Messy Bacon in a Waffle Iron [Clever Uses]

Make Easy, Less Messy Bacon in a Waffle Iron [Clever Uses]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); You love bacon, but cooking it in a pan is tough to time and leaves you with scalding-hot grease to dispose of. The microwave? Please. Food science miracle worker Alton Brown shows how a waffle iron makes the best bacon. We’ve customized the above video embed to skip right to the waffle iron goodness. Watch the whole clip, however, and Alton explains not only what kind of bacon to buy at the grocery store, but...

29 Set/09

Feed your inner chef with Gourmet Recipe Manager

Feed your inner chef with Gourmet Recipe Manager

My wife is a really good cook and baker. So much so that I have been trying to find the perfect recipe manager to fit her needs. This software needs to be able to import files from web sites, create personal recipes, automatically adjust a recipe ingrediants to match serving size, and have an easy to use interface. The Gormet Recipe Manager is one such tool that comes very, very close to hitting this nail on the  head. And although this tool has features my wife will never use (such...




13 Set/09

Turn a 55-Gallon Drum into a Barbecue [DIY]

Turn a 55-Gallon Drum into a Barbecue [DIY]

Your BBQ and grilling exploits don’t require a premium barbecue—in fact with a little scavenging you can be sporting a spacious grill for very little cash outlay. Follow this simple tutorial to turn a 55-gallon drum into a grill. Barbecuing is a forgiving process. You need meat, heat, and a place to combine the two for an extended period of time. A steel 55-gallon drum has a large volume—great for keeping a stable temperature—and a broad cross section for laying...

3 Set/09

An Exhaustive Geek Guide to Managing Your Recipes Online [Food]

An Exhaustive Geek Guide to Managing Your Recipes Online [Food]

We took a look at the five best recipe managers our readers could dig up during Food Week, but each standalone option pales in comparison to weblog Delicious Coma’s extensive system for saving recipes online. My pal Anjali over at Delicious Coma goes into exacting detail on how she uses a combination of Google Reader, Delicious, Evernote, and even Quicksilver (for Mac users) to create a robust, comprehensive, and searchable recipe cataloging system. (Evernote was, in fact, our readers’...

30 Ago/09

Use Your Oven to Bulk Cook Hard-Boiled Eggs [Food Hacks]

Use Your Oven to Bulk Cook Hard-Boiled Eggs [Food Hacks]

Hard-boiled eggs are a great snack, but boiling them just right isn’t a convenient task. Skip the pot of water and use your oven instead. Eggs are a great source of protein and other nutrients, but boiling them can be hit or miss sometimes. Sometimes the eggs are over-cooked, or sometimes the shells stick a bit too firmly to the egg. At the time-saving blog TipNut, they have an excellent reader tip to share: Put a baking sheet on the bottom of the oven then place all the eggs you...

26 Ago/09

Use the Bubble Test to Get Your Grill Ready for Fall [Summer]

Use the Bubble Test to Get Your Grill Ready for Fall [Summer]

Summer’s drawing to a close, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to put away the grill just yet. Enjoy your grill (safely) well into fall with a few servicing tips to help ensure your grill remains in tip-top shape. Photo by D’Arcy Norman. Consumer Reports lists several tips to help make sure your grill will serve you well through the fall and beyond. Among them, CR suggests mixing a small amount of dishwashing liquid and water in a spray bottle to help check the grill...

22 Ago/09

Butter Bell Keeps Butter Soft, Spreadable, and Clean [Stuff We Like]

Butter Bell Keeps Butter Soft, Spreadable, and Clean [Stuff We Like]

Store butter in the fridge and it’s too hard. Store butter on the counter and, if it’s left uncovered, it gets warm and, occasionally, funky. Stash your butter in a Butter Bell, a novel centuries-old French storage method. The Butter Bell is, basically, a crockery shaped like a small cookie jar. Inside the jar, there is a bell-shaped space attached to the lid where the butter is stored, and a small amount of cool water is kept in the bottom of the jar to keep the butter cool...

20 Ago/09

10-Piece Nesting Cookware [Stuff We Like]

10-Piece Nesting Cookware [Stuff We Like]

Whether you’re a camper looking for a way to pack some serious cookware without wasting space or you just want less clutter in your kitchen cabinets, the nesting MSR Flex 4 cookset is the Matryoshka doll of cookware. The nested cookset features: Cookset includes a 3.2-liter nonstick DuraLite DX pot, 5.3-liter hard-anodized pot, 2 strainer lids, 4 polypropylene DeepDish plates, 4 insulated mugs and a pot handle DuraLite DX aluminum pot features a nonstick finish that cleans up easily;...

28 Giu/09

Dress Up Your Ties with the "Merovingian Knot" [Clothing]

Dress Up Your Ties with the "Merovingian Knot" [Clothing]

The realm of dress tie knots is dominated by a handful of traditional tie knots. Check out this rather unique tie knot and be the first on your block to sport it. If you’re a very sharp-eyed fan of Matrix movie trilogy, you’ll recognize the knot captured below as a rare specimen sported by “The Merovingian.” The knot itself didn’t originate with the movie, and isn’t rightfully named “The Merovingian Knot,” but the Ediety Knot. Still, it’s...