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Chicago Cutlery® | 5 Ways to Cut Vegetables and Choosing the Right Knife

Oct 11, 2013 By World Kitchen

Identifying the correct cut for vegetables, and executing it well, can make all the difference in the success of a recipe and in the beauty of its presentation. Here are the top five most common ways to cut veggies, and the knife skills you’ll need to do it well. With these methods, you can easily [...]

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Weeknight Quicktips

Chicago Cutlery® | Honing Knives and Knife Maintenance Secrets

Oct 11, 2013 By World Kitchen

7 Secrets to Maintaining Sharp Knives A sharp knife can make all the difference when cooking. A dull knife even puts you at a greater risk of cutting yourself and makes cooking a chore. Why? A dull knife is a dangerous knife because you have to apply more pressure when cutting, which increases the risk [...]

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Baker’s Secret® | Baking Tips and Ideas for Better Baking

Oct 11, 2013 By World Kitchen

8 Secrets to Fail-Proof Baking It’s often been said that baking is a science, while cooking is an art. When it comes to baking, careful attention to detail can make a big difference in your end results. However, even the most novice bakers can be successful if you follow these 8 easy baking tips and [...]

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Seasonal Inspirations

Baker’s Secret® | How-To: Bake Sale Ideas for a Successful Fund-Raiser

Oct 11, 2013 By World Kitchen

10 Tips for the Best Bake Sale Ever Everyone loves a bake sale. These tips and tricks make selling treats a fun and simple way to raise money, whether it’s for school, church or a favorite charity. From fresh-baked cookies to delish brownies and cupcakes, it’s tough to say no to homemade treats. The question [...]

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Recipe Ideas

Chicago Cutlery® | Summertime on a Plate: 4 Recipes Featuring Garden-Fresh Veggies

Oct 11, 2013 By World Kitchen

No matter how you slice it, gardens around the country are in full swing. Tomatoes, zucchini, corn, green beans and peppers … there’s a good chance you have more produce than you know what to do with it. To help you find tasty ways to use your summer harvest, we’ve invited Chef Heather Terhune, best [...]

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Baker’s Secret® | Baking for a Gluten-Free Diet

Oct 11, 2013 By World Kitchen

In an era of get-fit-fast schemes and trendy diets, many are quick to write off gluten-free diets as just another fad that will soon be forgotten. But for at least 3 million Americans diagnosed with celiac disease, following a gluten-free diet is a medical necessity. For people with the autoimmune disorder, gluten allergies or wheat [...]

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Weeknight Quicktips

World Kitchen | Weekend Freeze: Make-Ahead Freezer Meals to Cover the Entire Week

Oct 11, 2013 By World Kitchen

Weekday meals can become stressful or even impossible, especially as the school year drags on. But, that doesn’t change your family’s need to eat. Freeze-ahead recipes are one of the best ways to ensure homemade, satisfying and, yes, even budget-friendly meals without having to spend hours in the kitchen every night of the week. Here’s [...]

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World Kitchen | Apples to Apples: Everything You Need to Know About Apples!

Oct 11, 2013 By World Kitchen

Small but mighty, no fruit is as popular in literature, film or pop culture than the mighty apple. Even our beloved tech gadgets don the fruit’s infamous round curves. But beyond its iconic imagery, the apple is a nutritional staple enjoyed by people around the world. HISTORY A tasty look back in time: Crab apples [...]

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Corelle® | How to Set a Table: Ideas for Setting a Beautiful Table

Oct 11, 2013 By World Kitchen

Tips for Setting a Beautiful Table From holiday meals to dinner parties to family reunions, if you serve a meal, you’ll eventually have to face the question: How do I set the table? Once you know the basics, setting a table is simple, and adding some personal touches can be fun and help draw the [...]

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Recipe Ideas

Corningware® Recipe | Zucchini Pepper Casserole

Oct 11, 2013 By World Kitchen

ZUCCHINI PEPPER CASSEROLE YIELD: 8 servings PREP TIME: 25 minutes TOTAL TIME: 55 minutes Looking for a quick meal using lots of summer produce? Enjoy this creamy pasta that’s sure to please. 1/2 pound uncooked penne pasta 1 medium red pepper, cut into 1/4 -inch slices 1 medium yellow pepper, cut into 1/4 -inch slices [...]

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