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  • Sweet, sour, salty, and bitter, and umami—the fifth taste sensation. That meaty flavor occurs in many foods, even fruits and vegetables. Learn all about umami and how to use it in your cooking.

    Exploring Umami: The Fifth Taste Sensation

    Exploring Umami: The Fifth Taste Sensation

    by Linda Lum18

  • Freezer cooking is a great way to save money on groceries, eat healthier and save time on meal preparation. This article gives you ten tips to get you started with freezer cooking.

    Freezer Cooking: 10 Tips for Getting Started

    Freezer Cooking: 10 Tips for Getting Started

    by Kathy Sima58

  • Simple ways to avoid wasting food, thus saving money and helping the environment. This article includes information, photographs, a video and a poll.

    How to Reduce Food Waste: 5 Tips

    How to Reduce Food Waste: 5 Tips

    by Diana Grant5

  • The BBC reality cooking show “Master Chef” has circled the globe with numerous spinoffs. Celebrity and “Junior” versions have also been produced. Do you have what it takes? Could you be a Master Chef?

    Do You Have What It Takes... to Be a Master Chef?

    Do You Have What It Takes... to Be a Master Chef?

    by Linda Lum8

  • Hasselback is not a pro quarterback (that’s Hasselbeck). It’s a cooking technique—slicing almost all-the-way through foods, creating thin layers that are then stuffed and baked. Let’s learn how it started and fun ways to use this technique in your kitchen.

    How to Hasselback (Almost) Everything

    How to Hasselback (Almost) Everything

    by Linda Lum26

  • No, it wasn't how to execute the proper sous-vide techniques or all the ways to dice an onion. Here are the three life lessons I learned from being a line cook.

    3 Life Lessons I Learned as a Line Cook

    3 Life Lessons I Learned as a Line Cook

    by Chill Clinton1

  • Fusion cooking is essentially a mixing of food cultures and cuisines. It is about taking the best of two or more culinary disciplines and combining them to hopefully find a delicious hybrid of the two. This page explores the concept in greater detail and includes a number of recipe ideas.

    What is Fusion Cooking and Cuisine? An Explanation and Recipe Examples

    What is Fusion Cooking and Cuisine? An Explanation and Recipe Examples

    by Gordon Hamilton6

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