Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Chef Tips

What do former Top Chef contestant, Sam Talbot, and the Masters Tournament have in common? The South Carolina-born chef, who also caddied at a young age, is now sharing his Asian twist on the tournament's infamous pimento cheese sandwich.

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Easter

What is Easter without a bunny cake? Here, our step-by-step guide to making the fluffiest, most adorable bunny-shaped cake for Easter. 

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Expert Tips

Sotheby's sells ultra-rare Bordeaux for hundreds of thousands of dollars. But its President of Wine, Jamie Ritchie, says there are also fantastic values to be had—if you know where to look.

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You can’t go wrong with a classic chocolate chip cookie, what with its nostalgic flavor, chewy-crisp texture and iconic look. But why not upgrade this traditional treat by baking it in one of these unconventional ways?

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For an extra-relaxing week between Christmas and New Year’s, have these meals on hand in the fridge or freezer to reheat as you need them. 

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A little prep the night before will let you feed people with little effort come Christmas morning. 

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Gumbo brings together so many different flavors—dark, rich roux; vegetal okra and green peppers; tangy tomatoes. And that’s not to mention spicy sausage and seafood. When pairing wine with gumbo, you’ll want to think about the main ingredients as well as the heat level to get to the best match. 

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Don't be a pessimist—that almost-empty container of Sriracha is still plenty full! Instead of throwing away the last of that delicious, fiery red sauce, try one of these simple but clever ways to squeeze every spicy ounce out of that bottle. 

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To add a savory note to your next dish, try one of these chef-approved sauces and pastes. 

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F&W's Julia Heffelfinger recently learned of a brilliant invention that will transform your turkey into a self-basting machine. It's called a basting blanket, and no, you don’t buy it from a SkyMall catalog. 

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