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How to Chiffonade Fresh Basil Leaves — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Chiffonade is a very pretty word for the very simple process of slicing basil or any other delicate herb into very thin ribbons. The word sounds as light and airy as the spirals of basil themselves. A chiffonade of basil is also an easy way to add a bright touch of green — and the fresh taste of basil — to your spring and summer dishes. If this is technique is unfamiliar to you, this guide will take you through each step.

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Spring Recipe: Carrot Ribbon Fettuccine — Guest Post from Erin Gleeson of The Forest Feast

Spring Recipe: Carrot Ribbon Fettuccine

Spring Recipe: Carrot Ribbon Fettuccine

I love May when all the seasonal farmers markets start to open. For the next 4 weeks, I'll be visiting the markets weekly near where I live in Northern California and buy ingredients to make a simple, vegetarian dish to share with you. This week there were gorgeous rainbow carrots at the market, along with lemons from a neighboring table. A fresh veggie fettuccine was definitely on the menu.

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Got Dukkah? 6 Ideas for Using it At Home, No Cookbook Required

Got Dukkah? Dukkah, the crumbly Middle Eastern spice mix, is making its way into mainstream recipes and blogs these days, and for good reason: it lends a nice, slightly salty crunch to everything from bar nuts and baked pitas to grilled chicken and roasted fish. But without breaking out a cookbook, how best to use it at home?

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Turkey Eggs: Have You Tried Them? — Ingredient Spotlight

Turkey Eggs: Have You Tried Them?

You hear about chicken eggs, of course, and duck eggs, quail eggs ... but what about turkey eggs? Have you ever tried them? 
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Why You Should Fry an Avocado Tonight (And 5 Ways To Use It!)

Elevating an Already Good Thing: 5 Ways to Use Fried Avocado

It feels unnecessary sometimes to take something that's so good in and of itself and change it in any way — a little over the top, or just a waste of time. That is not the case, however, with frying an avocado. It will always be worth it. Here's why:

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Why You Should Fry an Avocado Tonight (And 5 Ways To Use It!)

Elevating an Already Good Thing: 5 Ways to Use Fried Avocado

It feels unnecessary sometimes to take something that's so good in and of itself and change it in any way — a little over the top, or just a waste of time. That is not the case, however, with frying an avocado. It will always be worth it. Here's why:

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