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HowStuffWorks How to Cook / Cooking 101 Guide   Tags: cook, cooking, cooking_techniques, cuisine, dessert, food, herb, how-to, howstuffworks, prep, recipe, recipes, spices, techniques  

How to Cook outlines the basics you need to know in order to be efficient in the kitchen. Learn answers to some of the most common cooking questions with step-by-step how-to guides and videos.
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Chicken has gained in popularity due to its health benefits and abundance around the world. Chicken can be separated into parts such as the leg, thigh, breast, wing and assorted other areas that are commonly used in stocks. See Full List

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    Cozy up to a classic family favorite. Served piping hot, this hearty dish will warm the insides of all your family and friends. You will never guess that only 16% of its calories are from fat.
 

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