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Like Beer? You Need to Read This Blog

Jackie Dodd of The Beeroness

The Beeroness talks beer trends and why you must cook with beer tonight.

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Cooking Journal

How a Chef Digs Up Undiscovered Flavors

Chef Edward Lee loves hole-in-the-wall restaurants serving overlooked Asian cuisines. Here are three of his favorites, with his versions of their specialties.

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Expert Guide

Why a Meat Expert Chooses Gas Over Charcoal

Why a Top Butcher Chooses Gas Over Charcoal

No charcoal, no wood, no judgments. Just delicious, easy, artisan-worthy food from one of America's most influential young butchers.

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Cooking Quest

The Secret Ingredient for a Perfect Burger Isn't What You Think

The Secret Ingredient for a Perfect Burger Isn't What You Think

Sriracha? Kimchi? Lovage? Fermented fish flakes? None of the above. A hyper-experimental cook learns the hard way.

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Expert Lessons

Why Michael Symon Spikes His Burger with Spicy Sausage

Michael Symon's 50-50 burger

Michael Symon estimates that he has 1,000 different burger recipes and ideas. "I love them all," he says.

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Expert Guide

11 Things to Do with Salmon

11 Things to Do with Salmon

Salmon is, of course, delicious simply cooked, especially when it’s fresh and wild-caught, but it also works well with bold spices and deep earthy flavors. Here are 11 things to do with this incredibly versatile fish.

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The Sauciest Cooking Class in Town

F&W Chef-in-Residence Mario Batali makes killer pasta sauces, such as this tomato sauce. If you really want to cook like Batali, you can now train with his disciples at Del Posto.

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Mad Genius Tips

Carrots Hate This One Weird Trick

For carrots to cook evenly, they need to be cut evenly. That's easier said than done—unless you watch this week's Mad Genius Tips video. 

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Expert Guide

9 Ways to Use Harissa

9 Ways to Use Harissa

Harissa is a fiery and garlicky North African spice paste that's traditionally served alongside bread, stews and couscous dishes. It's easy enough to make your own, but jarred versions work equally well. Here are nine ways to use the spice paste.

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Kick Start It

How to Make Scrambled Eggs Without Cracking Any Shells

It’s not every day that someone comes up with a new way to prepare an egg.

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Congratulations to Nicholas Elmi, winner of Top Chef: New Orleans, the 11th season of Bravo's Emmy-Award winning, hit reality series.

Run with chefs and wine experts in the Celebrity Chef 5K and dance all night at Gail Simmons’ Last Bite Dessert Party during the FOOD & WINE Classic in Aspen, June 20-22.