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How to Tell if Your Baking Powder is Still Good

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Less-than-fresh baking powder can be the difference between the Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies and hockey pucks. Baking powder is a leavener—it produces carbon dioxide bubbles that help dough …

Kitchen Cam: How to Make Buttermilk

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Here in the test kitchen, we consider buttermilk a dairy-aisle superstar, especially for baking: Its tenderizing capabilities produce perfect baked goods every time, and we love it in …

Kitchen Cam's Best of 2012: How to Make Whipped Cream in a Jar

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This year we've been coming at you live (sort of) from the test kitchen with some of our most-used (and most fun) tips and tricks. In case you …

Kitchen Cam: How to Chop Dried Fruit

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It's that time of year again: Fruitcake season! Recently we've been into the idea of trying something that's a bit different from the old-fashioned fruitcake, but still has …

Kitchen Cam: How to Cut Up Butternut Squash

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Winter Produce Week wouldn't be complete without bringing up butternut squash! Some people find it tricky to break down this lopsided vegetable into neat, even pieces, but we …

Kitchen Cam: A Last-Minute Thanksgiving Tip!

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One secret to serving a succulent bird is drizzling the sliced-up turkey with the carving juices right before you serve it—especially the white meat. That's one reason why …

Kitchen Cam: How to Cut a Bell Pepper

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The signature shape that gives a bell pepper it's name may seem tricky to break down evenly. Don't worry! This no fuss method makes slicing a cinch. Primed …

Kitchen Cam: A Tip for Using Parchment

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We swear by parchment paper in the test kitchen. Lined sheet pans stay clean, cookies release effortlessly, and rolling sticky dough between two pieces makes the task completely …