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By Sandy Hu A new video for Video Friday All this week, Special Fork bloggers have been featuring some of their favorite holiday entertaining recipes. Today’s recipe doubles as a fragrant and warming drink to serve at your holiday party or to give as a gift if you’re going to a party. Glögg is a […]

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By Sandy Hu A new video for Video Friday I can’t wait for Thanksgiving! We always observe the holiday at home and it’s always a cooking fest spanning several days. But I don’t mind the work. I love to prepare the meal and I love the leftovers. Every family has dishes that are sacrosanct. In […]

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By David Hu A new video for Video Friday As the weather gets colder, think roasted vegetables. They’re easy to make and give you that warm, wintery feeling. For today’s video demo, we’re making Spice Roasted Cauliflower, a recipe from Lori Powell, our cooking for one or two blogger. For this recipe, I like to […]

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By David Hu A new video for Video Friday At this time of the year when more people succumb to colds and flu, it’s good to know how to make a restorative chicken soup. Mine is really simple, taking just a few minutes, so you can haul yourself out of bed to make it yourself […]

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By Sandy Hu A new video for Video Friday If you need a quick dish for a Halloween party, make Bloody Eyeballs. These are really just deviled eggs, but halved crosswise so they look like eyeballs. You can double or triple the recipe, as needed. To get the recipe and shopping list on your smartphone […]

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By David Hu A new video for Video Friday This is the time of year when it’s good to have some simple appetizer recipes at the ready. Cooler weather and shorter days inspire us to more home entertaining, and from Thanksgiving to the New Year, most of us will host at least one get-together to […]

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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 David Hu A new video for Video Friday I admit I don’t like dark, leafy green veggies. So when I learned from Katie Barreira, former Special Fork cooking newbie blogger, about kale chips, I was sold! What wouldn’t taste good turned into a chip? Great taste, good nutrition and easy to boot. It’s a […]

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