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How To Prep and Cut Leeks

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Leeks are a fantastic vegetable to use, but a bit of a pain in the ass. They’re a cousin to garlic, onions, shallots, and scallions (aka green onions), and I think taste like a sweeter shallot. To me the most common dish made with leeks is potato leek soup, a personal favorite, but really you can use them in most recipes ...

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How To Prep and Cut Fennel

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Fennel is a pretty versatile vegetable. The seeds from the plant are used in a lot of the sausages that we eat, but it’s the bulb we’re interested in today. Fennel’s a crunchy and slightly sweet vegetable with a hint of licorice flavor that’s eaten both raw (mostly in salads), and cooked (mainly in Italian and Mediterranean dishes). It’s considered in ...

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An Explanitation of References

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First off, this image has absolutely nothing to do with references, but they’re my favorite and I’m hungry so I’m sure you can figure out how they ended up there. You know when you’re about to cook something, say steaks or a pot roast, and you just can not remember what temperature medium is? What? You do remember those types ...

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