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Confessions of a Culinary Student: How to Get the Crispiest Skin

Curious about cooking? High-pressure culinary school requires a lot of time and money. We asked present and former culinary students for their No. 1 “ah-ha!” moment or takeaway from class so you can benefit from what they learned — without enrolling. Culinary Student: Jenny Bierman, Culinary Producer, Food Network Kitchens School: Institute of Culinary Education, [...]

Sifted: Sinfully Delicious Waffle Sandwiches + A Must-Try Chocolate Chip Cookie

5 Hot Links We’re Loving Just when you thought a fried chicken and waffle sandwich was as crazy genius as it gets, The Candid Appetite makes one with bacon, cheddar and green onion waffles and maple mustard sauce. Inside BruCrew Life’s cake batter cheesecake brownie has all your sweet tooth cravings covered in one bite. [...]

Comfort Feast: Fried Chicken, 5 Ways

Winter doldrums got you feeling down? Solution: fried chicken. It may be a year-round comfort food favorite but when winter’s in full swing, nothing can uplift your mood more than a crunchy on the outside, tender on the inside piece of fried chicken.

Sifted: Obama vs. Romney Cook-Off + Better-Than-Packet Oatmeal

5 Hot Links We’re Loving: Forget those microwaveable packets; we love Joy the Baker’s brown sugar roasted fig oatmeal. Obama vs. Romney Cook-off: Barack’s chili or Mitt’s favorite meatloaf cakes? Diets in Review provides culinary insight for your political consideration. For chocolate cake, skip the flour and coat the pan with cocoa powder instead. Los [...]

Happy National Fried Chicken Day!

Happy National Fried Chicken Day, ya’ll! Summer is the best time to celebrate this crispy, crunchy, perfectly salty classic Southern dish. Get our best fried chicken recipes and tips that’ll make your biscuits and gravy jealous. 5 Tips for Cl**king Perfect Fried Chicken:

By the Book: Sweet Reads, Right Now

My creaking, over-laden bookshelf means I need to be extra-choosey when buying cookbooks.  I always keep an eye on the James Beard Awards (the Oscars of the food world) for future favorites.

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