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After watching the first episode of MasterChef Junior, I’m across the board convinced of one thing: kids can cook. Not every 8 year old can carve a turkey on Thanksgiving, but when it comes to spot jobs around the kitchen during the holidays, everyone can pitch in. So if your wintertime meals are serenaded by the pitter-patter of little feet, here’s how to get the little guys involved:
There once was a mother, a father, and three wonderful children. And speaking of holidays, for them, Thanksgiving reigned favorite. Each year they cooked a feast fit for a King. Soups, stuffing, pies—they had everything. On the morn of the feast, each person would make their preferred accoutrement to roast, cook, or bake. But this year, was different...
For the other 364 days of the year, your kitchen may hum along just fine without any need to think about what kind of tools, gadgets and what-nots are available for use. But come that magical Thursday in November, the unprepared commence on a mad dash to grocery stores for ridiculously marked up roasting pans, basters and other necessities.
Ever had a Thanksgiving dinner that started at 9 p.m.? I have. The late chow time was due to inexperience and a completely frozen turkey. Luckily, my past mistakes are now the catalyst for an informative and insightful post on how to select (and thaw) the perfect Thanksgiving Turkey. Use this guide and get it done right, the first time.
Fried turkey is delicious. Few cooking methods will give your turkey perfectly succulent meat and crispy skin the way a fryer will. Sure there are safer ways to cook a turkey this Thanksgiving. It’s also safer to golf down here on Earth, but that didn’t stop Alan Shepard from teeing up on the moon and blasting a few golf balls into a crater did it? What ...