The test kitchen explores how to properly sear a steak, make a flavorful pan sauce, and fry up hot, crispy french fries.
Why do steaks seared at home often turn out pallid? And why do sauces in restaurants taste so much better than sauces made at home? In this episode, you’ll learn how to make steak frites worthy of the...
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Bathe the raw potatoes in ice water, spike the oil with bacon grease if you like, always fry twice, and use a brown grocery bag for draining.
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