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Failed It or Nailed It

July 2019

Bite-Sized Beauties

Being in the right mindset to commit to the tedious process of making macarons helps navigate potential pitfalls.

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Tiffany Duncan
June 2019

Flock to the Fowl

Cobbled together from a mixture of French history and similar dishes that hailed from Europe, this chicken dish more than lives up to its name ("cordon bleu" means “blue ribbon”).

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Tiffany Duncan
May 2019

Beauty and the Yeast

Skip the bakery and supermarket; it's time to make fresh, chewy bagels at home. Intimidated? Don't be. If you can make bread dough, you can easily make bagels.

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Tiffany Duncan
April 2019

To Dye For

Your kitchen is full of natural dyes for Easter eggs. With a little creativity and some Pinterest tips, common food items can be used to transform plain white eggs into a rainbow of colors.

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Tiffany Duncan
March 2019

Pasta Proficiency

From humble beginnings, ravioli squares have taken the world by storm and now line supermarket shelves. Have you ever thought to try making your own?

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Tiffany Duncan
February 2019

Eggs-ellent Eats

Making homemade hollandaise sauce may sound intimidating, but depending on the method you use it can also be a snap.

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Tiffany Duncan
January 2019

Channeling Child

Cooking five-star meals with obscure meats, ingredients, and sauces is not just for the experienced cook; it can be for anyone with a desire to learn. This month’s challenge: Boeuf Bourguignon.

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Tiffany Duncan