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Red or green? That may be the most popular question asked when it comes to salsa. But there is more that goes into making the beloved food, whether it’s served with chips as an appetizer or part of the main course. 

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A wise French chef from a Pixar movie once said, “Anyone can cook.” And he’s right. With some thoroughly tested recipes and a few crucial pieces of kitchen advice, any home cook can succeed in the kitchen. From doubling the sauce to salting at every stage, here’s the advice that New York Tim…

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El Paso Community Collgege Culinary Arts Program graduate Ana Dominguez and former Instructor Jonathan Bowden competed on Netflix’s “Sugar Rush” and tasted sweet victory when they won the $10,000 first place prize for their episode. 

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Three electric mixers, tubs filled with flour and sugar, jars full of cookie cutters and more spatulas than one can count sit on Gina Apodaca-Moss’ kitchen counters.

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Forget pumpkin pie. Ruli's International Kitchen's owner and chef provides this recipe using the often-forgotten part of the pumpkin – its seeds.

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Most of us should be eating more vegetables. But too often, we don’t know how to cook them, or we overcook them. Cookbook authors are here to help, putting out a proliferation of books devoted to vegetables. The newest, “Vegetables Illustrated,” from America’s Test Kitchen, uses more than 70…

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Imagine one electric kitchen appliance that serves as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, sauté pot, warming pot, cake baker and more. This new marvel is the Instant Pot, a contemporary version of an electric pressure cooker, and it’s full of bells and whistles.

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