• Hungry Like the Wolf: Pi Day
    8:21 AM

    This year’s Pi Day, the annual March 14 celebration of the irrational number and mathematics in general, make sure you celebrate in an extra special way with a homemade pie. Here’s my recipe for a simple, classic blueberry pie and crust. Blueberry Pie – 2 cups blueberries – 1/3 cup granulated sugar – 1 tablespoon

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  • Hungry Like the Wolf: Why a Stand Mixer is a Must-Have
    4:02 PM

    Have you ever tried to make your own meringue cream before, only to have your hand had get awfully tired after whipping the egg whites for five minutes straight? Or maybe you were working with really chunky or tough dough and you had a hard time kneading it? Lucky for you, there is one machine that

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  • Hungry Like the Wolf: The Many Uses of Apple Cider Vinegar
    11:51 AM

    Do you have a bottle of apple cider vinegar sitting at home that you just don’t know what to do with?Lucky for you, there are actually many uses for apple cider vinegar. Believe it or not, apple cider vinegar is one of the healthiest substances you can digest, whether you’re on a diet or not.

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  • Hungry Like the Wolf: The Five Mother Sauces
    9:36 AM

    Have you ever gone to France, or maybe just to a really amazing restaurant? If so, then you’ll know the most prized part of any dish served is its sauce. It has to be thick, smooth, have a balance of flavors, and of course, complement whatever it’s served with. Whether you want to open a

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  • Hungry Like the Wolf: What You Should and Shouldn’t Make Homemade
    12:32 PM

    Have you ever gone grocery shopping, passed by the baking section, and couldn’t help spending the extra $1 to $2 on buying a box of cake or brownie mix? Or maybe you’ve been to the refrigerator section and happened to purchase one of those tins of Pillsbury cinnamon roll or biscuit dough that pop whenever

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  • Hungry Like the Wolf: Mastering the Food Profile of Broth and Stocks
    9:29 AM

    Editor’s Note: This is the fifth in a series of five articles on food profiles. Do you ever wish, on a below-zero, snowy day like today, you could have a warm bowl of delicious chicken noodle soup? How about minestrone, broccoli, lentil, or lemon rice? What these soups all have in common is that their

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  • Hungry Like the Wolf: Mastering the Food Profile of Steaks
    11:36 AM

    Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of five articles on food profiles. Steak. It’s one of those great chunks of meat we love eating, and we’re always being asked about how we want it cooked (rare, well done, etc.) at fine dining eateries or restaurants. But what is it steaks that make

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