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Posts for January 22nd 2013
- Dunk Oreos without getting your hands dirty — HuffPost Taste
- The week in food world winners and losers — Zagat
- Make spreadable beer cheese for the Super Bowl — Tasting Table
- What can we call "Two-Buck Chuck" now that the price has gone up? — Grub Street Los Angeles
- One man's ReviewerCard takes restaurant extortion to a whole new level — Eater
- Feeling sick? Help yourself to a scoop of Influenza Sorbet — Delish
- How to make bacon candy — Chow
|750ml wine bottles||Six-pack mini bottles of wine: rather than opening a large bottle for cooking, use a mini bottle. Each contains about one glass of wine, making them ideal to quickly use up in a day or two.|
|1-liter bottle of club soda||325ml bottles of club soda: because club soda has the tendency to go flat, buying the mini bottles ensures that each time you twist the cap, the soda is sparkling.|
|Canned tomato paste||Tubes of tomato paste: hardly any recipe calls for an entire can of tomato paste. A tube, which looks like it holds toothpaste, lets you release as much concentrated tomato paste as you need, and the cap lets you save the rest for later.|
|Quart of broth||Bouillon cubes or paste: the salty, concentrated bouillon basically has no expiration date, letting you enjoy as much broth as you want, when you want. Forget about tossing out half-empty Tetra Paks of broth.|
|Full-size spice bottles||Spices in the bulk bin: keep your spices as fresh as possible by buying them in small amounts in the bulk section of your grocery store or co-op. Otherwise, look for smaller spice packets, which are oftentimes cheaper than the large glass bottles of spices.|
|750ml vermouth bottle||375ml mini bottle: since vermouth is still a wine, don't keep it around forever and don't store it at room temperature. Always buy the smaller version, refrigerate it, and dump it one month after opening.|
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Take your taste buds on an exotic adventure with GraceDickinson's well-spiced vegetarian curry.In vegetarian recipes, I love coconut milk for the richness it can add to veggies, like the cabbage that keeps this particular dish on the light side. Make sure to use the full-fat version, though. The splurge is totally worth the taste, and besides, the remainder of the ingredients are as low fat as can be.
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