The hallmark of great chicken Kiev is the rich butter filling that melts into a sauce inside the chicken bundles and contrasts perfectly with the crisp bread crumb crust.
Commonly found in banquet halls and at catered events, this once-highbrow dish has become a bit of a joke. But after preparing several cookbook versions, we realized that pairing a crisp-fried coating...
Pan-roasting works beautifully for many vegetables. So what's the problem with broccoli?
Crisply breaded and packed with herb butter, this Russian transplant was a star of the 1960s American restaurant scene. Can a home kitchen do it justice?
Which slice is best?
It surprised us how many cookbook holders couldn't hold our cookbooks, much less shield them.
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