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Multicultural cooking classes offer up something tasty on Zoom
How one culinary school is elevating immigrant kitchens and experiences during the pandemic.
Nine kitchen gifts that do one thing really well
Only snobs sneer at these tools.
The top five things other than COVID-19 that could send you to the hospital this Thanksgiving
Spoiler: Stop frying frozen turkeys.
Gifts for people who are learning how to cook
Every chef has to start somewhere.
Grills for all your BBQ needs
Charcoal, gas, and pellet grills that turn meat and vegetables into a party.
Gifts to make eating at home feel like dining out
Stop slurping out of takeout boxes and create some ambience.
Hot plate cooktops for small spaces
Stovetop cooking without the stovetop.
Inexpensive chef knives that will change the way you cook
Meet your new favorite knife.
Go full-on mad scientist by making your own Halloween candy
Learn how to make fizzy candies, chewy caramels, and witch fingers.
There’s a science to food pairing, and you can learn it here
Reading charts, learning aromas and textures, and understanding how one ingredient—in this case garlic—can be altered by the way it’s prepared.