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- When adding eggs in a recipe always crack each egg one at a time into a separate bowl. This way, if there is something wrong with the egg, you do not need to throw out everything else.
- When making dough, freeze the butter and grate it into the dry ingredients. You’ll handle the cold dough less, resulting in more tender and flaky pie crusts, biscuits, or scones.
- When sautéing onions, add a pinch of baking soda. It speeds browning and cuts cooking time practically in half.
- A good soup is made a day in advance. Let it sit in the fridge overnight, then warm it gently, this maximizes the flavor of the stock.