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Apple- and Pepper-Layered Pork Tenderloin

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The presentation of this tenderloin is stunning—and so is the flavor. It may look difficult to prepare, but looks are deceiving here. Your guests will definitely be eating with their eyes before even having their first bite.

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Thai Chicken Lettuce Wraps

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Since the concept of the lettuce wrap began in Asian restaurants in America, it’s only fitting that we create a version. Our Thai-inspired wraps marry the flavors of coconut milk and curry, and deliver a crunch from the lettuce and carrots. By the way, this recipe may look lofty, but it comes together in a flash!

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Deep-Fried Meatloaf Dinner Balls

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These were so delicious that the CP test kitchen staff joked about starting a food truck business on the side. The nuggets of heaven taste like home, and are so easy to serve and eat on a stick. For an appetizer at a dinner party, just make smaller balls.

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With a bold, eye-catching cover and full-color photographs of 400 peppers, The Field Guide to Peppers is as beautiful to look at as it is useful. David DeWitt and Janis Lamson provide detailed profiles of all the major chiles, pinpointing the common name, origin, source, pod length and width, plant height, color, harvest and heat level (from “sweet” to […]

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Too Much of a Good Thing


Before you laugh those who can’t take the heat out of the kitchen, give them the benefit of the doubt. According to new research out of Yale University, a heightened sense of taste might be the reason why some people are more sensitive to spice.
The study found one in four people to be “supertasters,” born with more fungiform papillae, the tiny […]

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