But for those who get the heebie-jeebies thinking about nonstick spray (maybe it’s the spray can or the anticipation of a greasy mess), Food52er Mary Richardson has shared…

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In large pot, fill peppers with water (to prevent floating), and fill pot around peppers with water until peppers are fully covered. Cover pot and bring to a…

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To maximize the shelf life of cooked meatloaf for safety and quality, refrigerate the meatloaf in shallow airtight containers or wrap tightly with heavy-duty aluminum foil or plastic…

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Eighty-six or 86 is American English slang used to indicate that an item is no longer available, traditionally from a food or drinks establishment; or referring to a…

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How do I cook frozen spring rolls without an air fryer? You can either bake them in the oven or fry them in oil, stove top or in…

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Wine is perfectly good for cooking months after it stops being fit for sipping. … Once it reaches a certain point, all old wine just tastes like skunked…

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Wrapped tightly in plastic, a head of cabbage will keep for about two weeks in the crisper. Once cut, use cabbage within 2-3 days. Cover and refrigerate cooked…

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But unfortunately, placing food directly over the open flame is a guaranteed way to get a burnt meal. Instead, try to build a fire on one side of…

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Scales should be removed before cooking. The scales will come loose and some will come off when you cook the salmon. It will end up on all over…

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Precook it in the oven ahead of time so you know it’s fully cooked and ready for the grill. Cooking it ahead of time also lets you cook…

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