Crème Fraîche and Sour Cream: What’s the Difference?

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There are numerous types of cream, including crème fraîche and sour cream. Have you come across these ingredients in recipes, and wondered how they differ from one another? Read on for a discussion of the similarities and differences between crème fraîche and sour cream, and find out if they are interchangeable or not.

What’s the Difference Between Baby Back, St. Louis, and Spareribs?

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There’s no question that a finger-licking-good rack of ribs is just the thing to wake up a weary palate. But have you ever taken the time to determine when to choose baby back over St. Louis-style, or what makes spareribs so darn flavorful though they have the least amount of meat? We share all the juicy details here.

Tamari vs. Soy Sauce: What’s the Difference?

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From dipping sauces to rice dishes, and meats to soups, Asian-style cuisine is loaded with flavorful soy sauce. But did you know that there’s a similar liquid condiment called tamari? Join us as we explore the ancient origins of each, their differences and similarities, and whether one can be substituted for the other.

5 Spectacular Ways to Use Up Leftover Egg Yolks

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Transform those leftover egg yolks into the stars of another dish. Their lush, buttery flavor and silky texture is perfect for recipes like rich dips and decadent desserts, and we’ll guide you towards plenty of spectacular ways to repurpose this ingredient. Keep reading to learn how to make the most of your yolks.

Ice Cream vs. Gelato: What’s the Difference?

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Ever wondered why gelato’s texture is silky-soft and dense, while ice cream’s consistency is rich and fluffy? From factors like fat ratio and churning speed to serving temperature, there are plenty of secrets that differentiate the two. You likely lick the spoon clean either way, but read on to learn the differences.

7 Easy and Tasty Ideas to Improve Frozen Pizza

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Does frozen pizza remind you of eating with friends in the school cafeteria? Read on and discover how easy it is to update this childhood favorite with 7 delicious topping combinations. From fruits to vegetables, each requires only a few ingredients and minimal time. Your adult taste buds are sure to appreciate them.

7 Top Tips to Prevent Freezer Burn

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Looking for solutions to store vegetables, soups, meat, and more? Freezer burn, evidenced by those icy crystals that have collected on the surface of your frozen foods, can lead to off flavors or a less than ideal texture – and nobody wants that! Learn the best ways to prevent freezer burn now on Foodal. Read more.

What is Frisée and How Do You Use It?

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New foods and cooking techniques are coming into vogue all the time, and it can be intimidating when unfamiliar language appears on menus and in recipes. If you have been wondering about the meaning and use of frisée, read on and learn what it is, and how it is grown and prepared to showcase its best characteristics.

9 Tips for Cooking in Bulk for a Large Dinner Party

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Worried you might not have enough food for your guests? Does the thought of preparing a giant meal cause you to break out in hives? Cooking for a big group should be an enjoyable experience, rather than one that throws you into a panic. Find our top tips for cooking in bulk for large dinner parties now on Foodal.

How to Cook Pasta in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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Learn how to cook any type of pasta in the electric pressure cooker in our detailed guide. If you are looking for a one-stop resource, this is it. You can cook everything from spaghetti to short styles like elbows or penne to whole wheat. With these tips, it’ll turn out perfectly every time. Read more now.

How to Buy and Prepare Brie for a Holiday Party

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Love brie, but need a little help when it comes to buying and preparing it? We’ll teach you everything you need to know to make it the star of your next cheese plate. Learn how to buy, store, prepare, and pair it, and so much more. Read our guide now, and you’ll soon be an expert on this cheesy favorite.

How to Cook Chicken in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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When you know how to cook chicken in the electric pressure cooker, you have found the key to easy, tender, juicy poultry. We have an in-depth guide for you, including recipe suggestions, so you can learn how to prepare any cut. The end result can be served as is, or used in other recipes. Read more now on Foodal.