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A baking-soda solution helps the salt and pepper stick to these light, crunchy twists, plus gives them a deep-brown color when they’re baked without an egg wash. To give your twists a gourmet flair, make several batches using different salts and peppers. ...read more
This cornucopia is easy to make using poster board and foil, and the result looks like a centerpiece created by a professional baker. Fill it with hot roasted vegetables, or use it as a bread basket for your holiday feast. The cornucopia can be made a day ahead. ...read more
How does the head chef of the Panera chain—which has nearly 2,000 locations in 45 states—feel about food? Just this: He wants all customers to get the chance to eat fresh, local food easily. We caught up with Dan Kish to find out how he makes this a reality in every Panera eatery in the country.
Three Southern favorites come together in this tasty quick bread. For easy chopping, fold the collard leaves in half lengthwise, slice out the center stems, then stack the leaves to efficiently cut them into 1/4-inch-thick strips. ...read more
This rustic dough has the delectable flavor of corn tortillas. If fresh or dried masa harina is not available, increase the flour to 1 1/4 cups—the dough will still be supple and delicious without the toasted corn flavor. To shape crusts that are perfectly uniform and round, use ...read more
Because this dough is very soft, it’s spread in a lightly greased pan before it rises rather than after. The crust will shrink as it cooks, so be sure to spread the dough all the way to the edges of the pan. A par-baked pizza crust will keep for up to two days in the fridge and ...read more