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No matter your skill level, everyone can celebrate the joys of cooking! Learn to cook by using our favorite recipes and following along our chef-guided tutorials whenever it’s convenient for you.

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Online Classes

Canning Homemade Pickles

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How to Use Honing Steel

Hone your knife knowledge and learn how to properly care for your knives and maintain a sharp edge using honing steel.

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Funeral Potatoes

Funeral potatoes are a traditional casserole that is popular in the American Intermountain West and Midwest. The casserole is called "funeral" potatoes because they are commonly served as a side dish during traditional after-funeral dinners.

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How to Make Pizza Dough

A quick and easy basic pizza dough recipe that can be used to make anything from pizza to breadsticks to flatbread!

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Beef Bolognese

This traditional tomato based Italian sauce can be made with beef, pork, or a combination of the two. We were lucky today to make it with Jones Creek local, grass-fed beef!

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How to Make Jams & Chutneys

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Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl

This Hawaiian classic is packed with flavors! The salty soy sauce, spicy sambal paste, and crunchy sesame seeds are the perfect compliments to fresh tuna.

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Homemade Tortillas

If you've never made homemade tortillas before, you are in for a treat. Not only are they few ingredients and easy to make, they are incredibly delicious as well!

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Super Fudgy Mexican Brownies

Super rich and fudgy dark chocolate brownies with a hint of cayenne and cinnamon!

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Homemade Hamburger Buns

You won't watch to buy packaged hamburger buns again after you make these. Try this easy, fool-proof homemade bun recipe for your next burger night.

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How to Toast Nuts & Seeds

Two basic methods for toasting nuts and seeds to help intensify flavor and texture.

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Homemade Potato Chips

How to mandoline, deep fry, and properly store (if there's any left!) homemade potato chips.

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How to Make Quick Pickles

Here's a quick pickle that's great for when you're craving something pickled but don't have the time to take on the entire pickling and canning process.

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Miso Edamame Pesto

A fun and interesting variation on pesto. Use this as a dip, spread, sauce, and more!

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How to Grill the Perfect Steak

Try this method for grilling the perfect steak. Use the temperature chart to make sure your steak is cooked exactly how you like it!

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Cheese & Chive Biscuits

A flaky, buttery buttermilk biscuit with a bonus - cheese and chives!

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How to Cook Pork Tenderloin

Choose your favorite marinade, dry rub, or simply salt and pepper and follow these steps to cooking the perfect pork tenderloin.

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Traditional Basil Pesto

A classic Italian sauce full of bright, fresh flavors that's delicious on pastas, pizzas, sandwiches, grilled vegetables, and more!

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Homemade Gnocchi

This classic Italian gnocchi recipe is perfectly light and fluffy. Great to pair with your favorite sauce or enjoy with just butter and parmesan cheese.

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How to Roast Garlic

A basic technique for how to roast a whole head of garlic in the oven. It's perfect to use whole cloves, mash into a paste, or freeze for later.

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How to Cook Frozen Chicken

Don't stress if you've forgot to pull something out of the freezer for dinner. Here's how to cook frozen meats without the fuss of thawing.

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How to Make Béchamel

Béchamel is one of five classic French mother sauces. It delicious on it's own and is often used as the base for other sauces.

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How to Make Turkish Coffee with Elif Ekin

Learn all about Turkish coffee with our guest Elif Ekin from Bohemian Baklava.

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How to Cut a Bell Pepper

The proper, safe, and efficient way to slice and dice bell peppers.

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