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With this ratio of white rice flour, potato starch, sorghum flour, and xanthan gum, we created a gluten-free flour mix that you can swap cup-for-cup for regular all-purpose flour.

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Need some sure winners to add to your list of potato sides? Look no further than these gooey scalloped potato recipes. From classic au gratin potato bakes to modern twists featuring sweet potatoes or fruit, these buttery golden casseroles have it all: cheese, crumbs, and taters!

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Learn how to make a pie with tender, flaky crust in 11 simple steps.

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Learning how to brine is the simple secret to serving a moist, tender turkey (plus, it enhances the bird's flavor). For most turkey brine recipes, start with a stir-together saltwater solution and be sure to plan ahead, since marinating takes eight to 12 hours.

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The fresh flavor and creamy texture of green bean casserole have made it a go-to side dish. If you're looking for ways to switch up the classic comfort food, turn to these green bean recipes that showcase what you love about green bean casserole while adding surprising touches.

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How to Mash Potatoes

Make mashed potatoes from scratch -- the creamy results are a special side dish for any dinner. See how our Test Kitchen experts make their mashed potatoes using two types of potatoes and a surprisingly simple process.

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How to Cook with Nuts

Cooking with nuts is so much easier once you know chopping basics.

Preparing Nuts for Recipes

You can buy most nuts -- including walnuts, pecans, peanuts, and almonds -- already chopped (often labeled as "pieces"). If you buy whole nuts, you can chop them the size the recipe specifies (see photo) using a food chopper, chef's knife, or food processor -- just be sure to use a quick start-and-stop motion on the machine.

Nut-Chopping 101

  • Coarsely Chopped (top of photo): Large, irregular pieces more than 1/4 inch in size.
  • Chopped (middle of photo): Medium irregular pieces about 1/4 inch in size.
  • Finely chopped (bottom of photo): Small irregular pieces about 1/8 inch in size or smaller.

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