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By Sandy Hu A new video for Video Friday Have you ever ordered donburi at a Japanese restaurant? It’s a single-serve, one-dish meal—a big bowl of rice with savory toppings. The donburi items are usually the cheapest on the menu since inexpensive rice is the base. Oyako donburi, rice topped with chicken and egg in […]

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By Marilyn Hunter For The Family Table, a blog for busy families There’s a definite love connection between children and melted cheese. No doubt, kids love cheese pizza, mac & cheese, nachos and grilled cheese sandwiches but have you ever thought to plan a one-pot dinner of melted cheese? It’s super simple and sure to […]

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Often when I’m cooking, I get so caught up in the main dish that I run out of time or forget to make a side. There’s no excuse for skipping a side dish with these Parmesan Potato Wedges. The dish is extremely simple so you can work on it in between tasks for the main […]

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A few weeks back, we stretched pizza dough and ever since, that beautiful, but lonely crust has vexed me like a hanging chad. So here’s a hearty pizza topper the will fill up winter bellies and empty crusts, along with the best technique for baking crisp crust at home if you don’t have a pizza […]

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Brisk, fall weather never fails to put me in the holiday spirit. I love the crisp air, colorful foliage, bundling up in heavy sweaters, and of course, Thanksgiving. Every year, my mom and I host Thanksgiving dinner. A few weeks ago, my mom asked me to put together a menu for our annual feast. Cooking […]

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Just in time for holiday cooking, Special Fork is featuring Tool Week. For the entire week Special Fork Bloggers will be blogging about their favorite kitchen tools. And we’d like to know which are your go-to tools.  Those of you who are our fans on Facebook will be eligible for a drawing of some cool kitchen […]

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By Joy Liao Several years ago, while living in Los Angeles, I began toying with the idea of working in the culinary field. However, without a culinary degree nor any professional kitchen experience, I hadn’t quite figured out how to jump start my career. Fortunately, having gotten to know the executive chef at one of […]

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Growing up in Hawaii, I know a thing or two about bananas. We ate enough of them as kids. Apple Bananas, Bluefields, Cavendish…so many varieties thrive in tropical climates. And mostly we got them for free, a gift from somebody’s backyard. We ate bananas in many ways – fried in butter with brown sugar for […]

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