And the gimmick is a third over.
It's easy to make the best, no-stress, no-mess, sure-to-please-a-crowd, insert-other-positive-adjectives-here Thanksgiving.
She's 124 sandwiches away.
Iowa prosciutto, Florida bottarga, and California olive oil.
Vintage jam serving spoons, fancy sea salt, and lots of mason jars.
Opt for a beer-making kit, vintage cookbook, or fancy shot glass.
At most, the technique will take you one single minute.
Scalia Anchovy Paste, Mike's Hot Honey, and Kewpie Mayo are all necessities.
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Unless you grew up with it, you probably hate the stuff. But don't underestimate its umami-boosting properties.
That is to say, actually cook, in your kitchen. Your $500 Volcano is even more useful than you might think.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Kewpie mayo. Plus: a recipe for dynamite mussels.
We've got the full plan on what to do with those Thanksgiving leftovers — from the country's best chefs.
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Photographer William Hereford's wordless instructional videos might be the missing link between magazines and tablets.
A judge threw out a lawsuit against her over her healthy cookbook.
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