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The Test Kitchen: How to Poach and Shred Chicken

Executive food editor Kemp M. Minifie shares her two favorite techniques for making perfect chicken salad.

Kemp’s Quick Moroccan Stew with Quinoa “Couscous”

Students of Moroccan cuisine will tell you that olives don’t belong in a chicken stew with prunes, but if you love that sweet-briny balancing act, feel free to add them....
April 2009

Quinoa “Couscous”

Cooking quinoa so that it’s light and fluffy like couscous is a great trick to learn.
April 2009
food + cooking

The Test Kitchen: How to Cook Collard Greens Quickly

Executive food editor Kemp M. Minifie shares her trick for preparing collard greens in just 3 minutes.
food + cooking

The Test Kitchen: A Quick Way to Prepare Butternut Squash

Executive food editor Kemp M. Minifie shows her method for chopping and peeling butternut squash for a quick weeknight meal of Butternut Squash Pasta.

Kemp’s Butternut Squash Pasta with Fried Sage Leaves

If you are a fan of pumpkin-stuffed ravioli with sage butter—an Italian classic—think of the pasta dish below as its less-demanding cousin.
February 2009
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The Gourmet Cookbook Club: How to Make the Ultimate Waffle

Executive food editor Kemp M. Minifie demonstrates a recipe for the ultimate waffle from Marion Cunningham’s The Breakfast Book.

Kemp’s Hoppin’ John Collard Stew

This take on hoppin’ John—a traditional favorite from the Lowcountry of South Carolina and Gerogia—is our idea of easy.
January 2009
food + cooking

Lasagne for a Crowd

Need a sure-fire hit for the holidays? This easy, full-flavored mushroom lasagne will impress both your vegetarian and meat-eating guests.

Mushroom Lasagne

If you’re looking for a lasagne that can play the lead as a vegetarian main dish or a supporting role to a meaty roast, this is it.
December 2008
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