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WATCH: How To Cook A French Omelet

The secret to the French omelet is stirring the eggs until the middle is just set.
Dry, rubbery eggs do not make for a good breakfast, but it's easy to make a delicious and soft omelet if you know what to do. The trick really is to be more gentle with the eggs. And once it's done, you can be assured of an omelet that's worthy ...

3 Tips To Keep Your Breaded Chicken or Pork Chops Crispy Every Time

It’s about time you put a stop to soggy breading.
We love crispy fried food and if you are anything like us, you know that there’s nothing more sad than soggy breading on our fried chicken or pork chops. Follow these easy tips and say goodbye to soggy breading every time:1 Bread properly. ...

Here's What You Should Do If You Undercook Your Meat

Yes, you can still save it!
It happens. You’re a little too cautious about overcooking your food, and instead, you remove the chicken breast from the frying pan before it’s fully cooked through. You cut into it, and it’s half raw. Don’t worry. There is a way to ...

Are Your Drumsticks and Chicken Wings Cooked Through?

It’s a simple trick that anyone can do.
Cooking chicken on the bone is one of the best ways to cook it. The meat that’s nearest the bones is some of the most flavorful pieces you will ever taste (There’s a reason why stock is made from bones). Not only ...
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