Fruit and vegetable scrap recipes and cooking techniques that cut waste and boost flavor

I pick up a butternut squash in my left hand and pull a peeler across its curves with my right, letting the ribbons drop to the cutting board. I switch to my sharp cook’s knife and hack the squash in half lengthwise, then scrape out the seeds and stringy pulp with a spoon. After chopping the bright orange flesh, I swoop the results of my work into two piles: cubes on the right, everything else on the left.

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On one side, it’s raw food, destined for the oven; on the

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Asia’s 50 Best Restaurant’s New 51-100 List; Antonio’s And Gallery By Chele Make The Cut

For the first time ever, Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants released its 51-100 list of top dining establishments around the region. William Drew, Director of Content at Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, says: “This year we have decided to publish the list of restaurants ranked from 51-100, created from the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants voting process, in order to recognise a greater number of venues than ever before. The global pandemic has been devastating for hospitality and it is vital that we support restaurants across Asia in their recovery. By announcing the 51- 100 list of restaurants, along with the unranked Essence

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Any way you slice it, these kitchen knife brands make the cut | Home & Garden

Alternatively, you can purchase individual knives for a more personalized or specialized set.

Kitchen knife set materials

Stainless steel is the most common blade material. It’s long-lasting and easy to sharpen and clean. Higher-end and professional knives are made with high-carbon stainless steel or Damascus steel. In most cases, you’ll have to make a choice about the material of the handle.

Hardwood is a popular choice for its classic look and comfortable grip, but stainless steel and titanium handles are also popular and can provide good balance.

Forged or stamped

Kitchen knives are either forged or stamped, and there’s little

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