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Chocolate chip cookies are a classic dessert and chocolate chip cake is an amazing combination of cake and cookie. You can't go wrong when making a chocolate chip cake recipe. Making, slicing and tasting this dessert will leave you craving for more. 
By Lisa Bower
Barbecue buffs can celebrate the arrival of fall by adding a little maple syrup to their ribs.
One of the best lines in Anthony Bourdain's book Kitchen Confidential is "if you're too lazy to chop it, you don't deserve to eat it" about garlic. He was referring to both garlic presses and the bottled minced garlic, and his sentiment reflects a snobbery held by many chefs.
By Lauren Bove
This easy-to-bake chocolate cake will have your guests begging for more. And the best part? You can churn one out in under an hour!
By Debra Stang
This homemade pumpkin pie recipe relies on a classic custard pumpkin pie filling and a pie shell with pumpkin pie spices like cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg.
By Lisa Bower
Look no further than a homemade ice cream cakes if you're looking for a perfect treat to serve at a kid's birthday party.
By Kristen Oliveri
Interested in trying some trifle dessert recipes that are both beautiful and delicious? Trifle may seem complicated because of the layered effect, but they are surprisingly easy.
By Kristen Oliveri
The secret behind buttermilk ranch is no longer kept by the food industry. Learn how to make this classic recipe in the home kitchen without opening one package or just adding water.
By Chef Lisa
Here is a terrific recipe for Japanese chocolate cake that can be found in many traditional Japanese bakeries and homes around the world. Also try creating a delicious variation to the basic recipe that makes a simple green tea chocolate cake perfect for an after dinner treat.
By Kristen Oliveri
Hollandaise sauce is easy to make and a great addition to many gourmet meals.
By TonyD
By Lauren Bove
French food doesn't have to be fussy, complicated, or full of creamy rich sauces that require hours of time and attention. The core of the French cooking philosophy is to simply accent fresh, quality ingredients so that their essential flavors and textures stand out.
By Angie Pollock
The type of smoker you choose will determine how much effort it takes to cook. Gas and electric vertical smokers are the simplest to use. Wood-fired horizontal smokers are the choice of barbecue purists. Pellet smokers offer the best combination of grill and smoker.
Cooking kale is just as easy as sautéing some spinach or broccoli. However, a few tips may come in handy when it's time to tackle a kale-filled meal or side dish.
By Kristen Oliveri
If you've just bought a cast iron wok, you may wonder how to use it. It's important to wash a new cast iron wok with a scouring pad, dish soap and very hot water. This is to get rid of any chemicals left over from the factory. 
By Rachel Mork
Learn how coffee became one of the world's most-traded crops and discover why it is sometimes referred to as a cup of joe.
By Jessie See
If you choose to brine pork, you can infuse moisture and flavor into a piece of the meat without adding fat or excessive amounts of seasoning. It provides a subtle, pervasive flavoring of the meat and can make a dry piece of pork (such as loin or tenderloin, both of which are typically lean and less moist cuts of pork) juicy and flavorful. 
By Rachel Mork
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