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Grilled Fish Steaks

Grilled steaks are a simple and elegant way to enjoy the flavour and texture of fine fish. Cutting a large fish into steaks, horizontally across the backbone, has a number of advantages. First, you have pieces of meat that are

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The Economical Chef’s Best Friend: The Rubber Scraper

There’s always been a rubber scraper in my kitchen. Mom always had one, too. I’ve kind of taken them for granted. But they’re something of a novelty for my husband. Seeing his amazement has brought me a new appreciation of how

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Use Equipment Wisely

Ok, so now it’s time to talk about kitchen equipment. Beyond the obvious Buy-the-best-you-can-afford or Buy-cheap-and-buy-twice, there are ways to make the most of the equipment you already have, and to spend the least amount of money using it. Large

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