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Cooking How to will help you discover the correct procedures for preparing a variety of meals. Read about how to saute vegetables, grill a streak, bake fish and more.

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Did you ever want to know how to cook a pork roast in a crock pot? Learn how to cook a pork roast in a crock pot in this article.

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There are many ways to cook a bottom round roast. Learn how to cook a bottom round roast in this article.

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Learn how to cook a boneless chuck roast and serve your family a hearty, delicious meal. Learn about how to cook a boneless chuck roast in this article.

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Do you know how to cook a perfect baked potato in an oven? Well, this article will tell you how to cook a baked potato in the oven.

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Do you want to learn how to cook rutabaga? Let this article show you how to cook rutabaga.

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You want to cook a sirloin roast, but you're not sure how to do it. Learn about how to cook a sirloin roast in this article.

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You were recently in Hawaii and ate mahi mahi fish, and would like to learn how to cook it yourself. In this article you will learn how to cook mahi mahi.

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: You were always told to eat liver, because it's good for you, and would like to learn how to cook chicken livers. We will, in this article, tell you how to cook chicken livers.

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It's so easy to mess up the simplest dishes: rice, chicken, even boxed macaroni and cheese can turn out wrong. But adding just one extra ingredient -- in this case lemon juice -- can transform a dull dish or save dinner from being dumped down the garbage disposal.

By the Editors of Publications International, Ltd. & Samantha Stallard

Whether scaling up a cookie recipe for a party or scaling down a pancake recipe for yourself, getting the proportions right can be tricky. What's the best way to resize your favorite recipe?

By Laurie L. Dove

The versatile egg packs protein and taste inside a tidy little shell. You might think you've mastered the art of cooking eggs, but we've got some insider tips. From perfecting an omelet to hard-boiling advice, let's get cracking.

By Chris Obenschain

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Nicely pleated and well-stuffed Chinese dumplings are flavor-filled pillows worthy of main meal status. They're not hard to prepare, despite how it may look, and dumplings are a Chinese New Year's treat that's a great appetizer or side dish year round.

By Sara Elliott

Your leftovers shouldn't go to waste in your fridge. Check out our leftovers album and get some great ideas on how to reuse your meals the next day.

After all the time you spend defrosting, trussing, roasting and basting, it would be a shame to hack into your Thanksgiving turkey. There's an art to carving a turkey, but you may have to crack a few bones and pop some joints to get it done.

By Candace Keener

Want to make brownies less fattening? There's a food substitute that can do that. Don't have red wine to poach a pear? We know what you can use instead. These are 10 common items to use in a pinch.

By Chris Obenschain

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Have you ever watched a pizza cook toss dough into the air? It looks like fun, doesn't it? It's not just for show. There's a reason hand-tossed pizza tastes so good.

By Debra Ronca

Going out to eat at a restaurant for every meal can really add up the dollars quickly, not to mention going to fancy restaurants for celebrations. Using these tips, you can cook like a pro, too -- in your own kitchen.

By Heather Kolich

When you're planning a large dinner party, it's tempting to pull out all the stops to impress your guests. But you don't have to go all out; you can keep it simple and still be able to hang out with your guests.

By Emilie Sennebogen

Quiche, bread pudding, pot pie, stuffed green peppers -- there are so many ways for your leftovers to compliment a new and improved dish. Why let that food go to waste?

By Debra Ronca

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Whether you're baking sugar cookies or garnishing a frosty glass of sparkling water, you'll need a lemon. This tart citrus fruit should always be stocked in your fridge.

By Chris Obenschain

If you're looking for something to serve for dinner tonight, don't head to the drive-through; show your creative side by serving one of these offerings instead. These five foolproof foods are economical and completely flavorful.

By Sara Elliott

Saving money at the grocery store can be as simple as making a list ahead of time. Learn how to save money at the grocery store in this article. These articles will leave both your stomach and your wallet satisfied.

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Food tips range from helpful hints on making soup and breakfast to freezing food tips and how to downsize a recipe. Learn more time-saving food tips in this article.

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Frying foods gives you a crisp and golden outside and a moist and tender inside. Learn about the best oils to use, ideal frying temperatures, safety information and other tips to make your fried food a success.

By the Editors of Easy Home Cooking Magazine

Looking for a way to add a garnish to your cooking? We have great tips and ideas to help you make the most of your garnish. See what you can do with radishes, tomatoes, mushrooms, strawberries and chocolate to liven up your dishes and dinner parties.

By the Editors of Publications International, Ltd.