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Today's Recipe: Crème Caramel

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Find out how to make the perfect caramel for this easy dessert.

Get the full recipe.

Comments (3)

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    Dear Sarah, I love your cooking videos. They are amazing. I watch them through Swagbucks and I am learning so much about cooking wholesome food with with simple ingredients. I would love some help purchasing a chef's knife. I am always amazed at how easily yours cuts onions. I would appreciate some suggestions on knife brands you recommend and what the devil is a steel? I think on one of your videos you said don't use a knife without using a steel first. I'm guessing this is a method of sharpening the knife? Maybe like a whetstone? Anyway, keep making videos because yours are easily the best I've seen. Thanks, Jan

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    The key to easily chopping onions is to keep your knife sharp!

    You don't have to spend a ton of money for a good knife. There are some good ones under $50. We suggest you do some online research to find the knife that best fits your needs [How often will you be using it? What's your price range? What style of knife do you want (American, European, or Japanese)?] Some brands to get you started are Chicago Cutlery, Faberware, Global, Wusthof, and Henckels.

    What's better than doing online research is actually going into a store and holding/using knives. You need a knife that feels good in your hand.

    A steel doesn't sharpen a knife, but it does smooth out some roughness on the edge of the blade. You should use a steel on your knife each time you use it.

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    CAN I MAKE THIS AS FAMILY STYLE INTO A BIG ONE? WHAT SIZE PAN SHOULD I USE? THANKS FOR ALL YOUR EASY AND DELICIOUS RECIPES. LOVE THEM.

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