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COOKING VIDEO: Grilled Clams & Mussels

 

While the coals are hot, make grilled clams and mussels as a healthful and low-calorie Labor Day treat.

This video shows how easy it is:

   

   

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COOKING VIDEO: Bobby Flay’s Grilled Peach Cobbler

 

Before the lush summer peaches disappear, make a grilled peach cobbler outside on the grill. You don’t have to turn on an oven and heat up the kitchen. And, it’s delicious!

Chef Bobby Flay demonstrates how easy it is, in this video:

   

   

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COOKING VIDEO: How To Mince An Onion

 

Many recipes call for minced vegetables and herbs. Unless you’re a committed chopper, it can be annoying to cut things so small.

Yet, there’s an easy way to create those tiny pieces—the way professional chefs do.

Here, chef Jim Davis shows us the correct way to mincing onions. It’s well worth your time to watch the video: You’ll use the technique for the rest of your life!

   

   

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COOKING VIDEO: How To Make A Grilled Cheese Sandwich

 

This recipe includes several grilled cheese tricks from Chef Ryan Davis:

  • Herbs. Add herbs to the melted butter before brushing on the bread.
  • Grate. Grate the cheese—it will melt more evenly than sliced cheese. Harden softer cheeses in the fridge or briefly in the freezer, if necessary, prior to grating.
  • Layer. Layer on the flavor. This grilled cheese sandwich recipe has avocado and salsa ingredients, but you can change it to whatever you have in the fridge or pantry, from leftover meats to a jar of roasted red peppers or sliced figs. One of our favorites: caramelized onions.
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    For more grilled cheese deliciousness check out these 12 grilled cheese recipes—including a “dessert” grilled cheese with mascarpone and dulce de leche.

       

       

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    COOKING VIDEO: How To Remove Corn From The Cob

     

    It’s easy to remove corn kernels from the cob with a sharp chef’s knife.

    But if you use a tube pan or bundt pan to anchor the ear, it’s even easier.

    You’ll find the technique in the video below so useful, we bet you’ll be making corn salad or fresh corn salsa through the end of corn season. Start with this delicious recipe…and one more tip: To remove the silk from the corn, just use a wet paper towel.

    CORN SALSA RECIPE

    Make lots—you’ll love it! Beyond a chip dip, this salsa is delicious with grilled fish and poultry. It also couldn’t be easier: Just dice and mix. That’s it. This recipe makes about 3 cups; 4 cups if beans are added.

    Ingredients

  • 2 cups fresh corn kernels
  • 1/3 cup chopped red onion
  • 1/4 cup chopped red bell pepper
  • 3 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
  • 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
  • 1 tablespoon finely chopped jalapeño
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • Optional: 1 cup black beans (you can used canned)
     

    Preparation

    1. Combine all ingredients.

    2. You can serve immediately, but the flavors will come together if you let it sit for a few hours (cover and refrigerate).

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