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  • 7 Ways to Cook Tomatoes

    7 Ways to Cook Tomatoes

    August 25th, 2019 5 stars (2)

    Every year, the huge bounty of ripe seasonal tomatoes means you have multiple ways to use them: fresh, roasted or even confit. Check out these ideas from Lisa Birri, a true tomato lover…and a member of the RICARDO kitchen team!

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  • Buying a rice cooker

    Buying a rice cooker

    By Ricardo October 8th, 2012 2 stars (4)

    Nothing beats a rice cooker, also called a rice steamer, when it comes to making rice. This type of appliance prepares rice with steam and will be most appreciated by true fans.

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  • Perfect fries!

    Perfect fries!

    May 27th, 2012 5 stars (9)

    Fries? Nobody can resist them! If you’re going to indulge, you might as well do it right. Here’s all you need to know to enjoy perfect fries.

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  • How to clean your pizza stone?

    How to clean your pizza stone?

    April 9th, 2012 5 stars (2)

    What’s the best way to clean and maintain a pizza stone?

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  • How to store ginger?

    How to store ginger?

    January 12th, 2012 5 stars (6)

    “I want to know how to store fresh ginger. Currently, I wrap it in plastic wrap and put it in the fridge, but I am not sure that’s the right way. Thank you.”

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  • Barbecue cooking methods

    Barbecue cooking methods

    April 12th, 2011 5 stars (1)

    Barbecuing is as easy as 1-2-3, especially when you use the right techniques.

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  • Cleaning your cutting boards well

    Cleaning your cutting boards well

    August 31st, 2010 5 stars (4)

    How do I clean my butcher’s block and cutting boards so that they’re completely free of bacteria?

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  • Cleaning countertops

    Cleaning countertops

    August 8th, 2010 5 stars (2)

    On your television show, you once explained how to clean kitchen counters properly. Could you repeat those instructions?

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  • Cookware

    Cookware

    August 8th, 2010

    A few weeks ago, I used a ceramic baking dish to roast three pork tenderloins in their own juices, with no added li-quid. When I removed the dish from the oven, it was cracked in several places. At first I thought the dish was faulty, but a few days later I used another ceramic dish to cook some chicken breasts sprinkled with lemon juice. After 25 minutes at 400°F, the dish broke in two. What happened?

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  • Silicone bakeware

    Silicone bakeware

    August 8th, 2010 4 stars (5)

    Could you tell me the first thing to do before using silicone bakeware? You mentioned it on one of your shows.

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