Slicing a roast, ham, or turkey doesn’t require expert knife skills. But producing thin, even slices of meat can be next to impossible if you don’t have the right knife.
Cooking for a crowd doesn’t have to break the bank. We’ll show you how to buy beef tenderloin at the right price and prepare French cuisine’s rich, cheesy take on mashed potatoes.
The classic approach to roasting this prime cut sacrifices juiciness for crust. Why settle for anything less than perfection?
Why do we break our own rule and mix potatoes in a food processor when it comes to Aligot?
French cookery’s intensely rich, cheesy take on mashed potatoes flouts the rules. To Americanize the dish, we ignored a few more. Vive la résistance!
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