Common kitchen mistakes you’ll never want to make again


While it might be difficult to break free from the habits of a lifetime, when it comes to preparing, cooking and eating food, there are some things that are worth the change. These are the mealtime mistakes you’re making every day and how you can fix them.



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Turkey Day, world records & cooking

FOOD: TURKEY AND TRIMMINGS



Liam Mayclem et al. sitting at a table with a plate of food


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We made Mississippi Pot Roast, Reddit’s favorite slow-cooker recipe

It’s the roast that’s breaking the internet … or, at least, Reddit.

Reddit searches for Mississippi Pot Roast rose by nearly 40% in October, according to a Reddit spokesperson, who pointed TODAY Food to the r/slowcooking subreddit, a group with 2.4 million members, as a place to start our own research into the unique take on classic pot roast.

The ingredients for Mississippi Pot Roast are simple: your family’s favorite type of beef roast, a packet of ranch seasoning, pepperoncini peppers, a stick of butter and a packet of au jus gravy mix. Slow-cooker enthusiasts who frequent the subreddit say

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4 kitchen gadgets Ina Garten can’t live without

Ina Garten certainly knows her way around the kitchen, and there are a few gadgets she likes to keep on hand while whipping up all those tasty creations.

But you might be surprised to hear that the Barefoot Contessa likes to keep things pretty simple in the kitchen.

“I don’t have a lot of fancy equipment; I have just things that anybody else would have in their kitchen. Maybe a few more, but not a lot, nothing that anybody can’t have themselves,” she revealed to NYT Cooking in a video tour of her kitchen in East Hampton, New York.

Ina’s

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