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DIY: Roast Tenderloin

DIY: Roast Tenderloin

A PMSO Tenderloin can be an economical answer to restaurant quality fare – served up right in your own kitchen. Arguably one of the best cuts of meat, a tenderloin – butchered in the right way – can provide several luxury meals at the fraction of the cost of going our for a family dinner.

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Simple Steps to the Perfect Holiday Rib Roast

Simple Steps to the Perfect Holiday Rib Roast

A perfectly cooked rib roast is a thing of beauty. Medium rare throughout. Cooked evenly from edge to edge with deep brown crackling crust and exploding with beefy flavor.

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Homemade Holiday Fudge

Homemade Holiday Fudge

Sugar, milk, fat and chocolate solids have to be assembled in such a way that they are solid yet retain moisture and melt-in-your-mouth. Of course the magic ingredient is temperature!

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Meat and Money: Return on Your Investment

Meat and Money: Return on Your Investment

Calculate the price of a nice steak dinner out for two and you’re likely to hit $150 before you get home. Instead, get a Thermapen, stop at the butcher’s counter and grill the perfect steak at home while saving significant money.

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Homemade Christmas Caramels

Homemade Christmas Caramels

The key to great homemade caramel is controlling temperature at three critical points in the process. First, cooking your sugar to just the right temperature; second, allowing the finished product to cool properly, and finally, storing the caramel so sugars will not crystalize before you’ve had a chance to eat them.

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Thanksgiving Leftovers

Thanksgiving Leftovers

Perhaps the only thing better than eating moist, flavorful turkey on Thanksgiving is enjoying moist and flavorful turkey the day after.

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Thanksgiving: Cold Water Thawing

Thanksgiving: Cold Water Thawing

Thawing a turkey can be approached two ways. Ideally, you’d want to thaw your bird in a fridge set to 37°F, but that takes days. If it’s Thanksgiving morning and your bird is still frozen, your options are limited.

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Meathead’s Myth #3: Thermometers are for sissies

Meathead’s Myth #3: Thermometers are for sissies

I don’t care what the TV chef said, you cannot tell anything about the temp of a grill is by holding your hand over the grate and counting “1001, 1002, 1003″ until your palm bursts into flame.

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Heritage Turkey: Cooked!

Heritage Turkey: Cooked!

Chef Dan Souza at America’s Test Kitchen ordered a half dozen heritage birds from farms across the country and spent days perfecting the cooking technique that guarantees a moist and flavorful heritage turkey.

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Test Your Oven’s Accuracy

Test Your Oven’s Accuracy

If you’ve had trouble getting your baked goods or roasted meats to turn out according to the recipe, it could be that your oven accuracy is off. A good cook should know their oven well. Are the settings accurate? How stable is the oven after it gets to your setting?

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