(Noun) A pulpy segment of a citrus fruit that has had the membrane removed.(Verb) The term also refers to the process of separating the segments of a citrus fruit from its membrane with a knife.To section a citrus fruit, use a sharp paring knife to remove the peel and white pith. Working over a bowl to catch the juices, cut into the center of the fruit between one section and the membrane. Turn the knife and slide it along the other side of the section, next to the membrane, cutting outward.
Thai-Style Sirloin Steak with Red Curry Sauce and Spicy Carrot Salad
You can find Thai red curry paste in the Asian section of your supermarket, or try an Asian market, which might have more brand options. Be sure to shake the coconut milk vigorously before you open the can.
Asian Vegetable Lo Mein
Udon noodles are usually sold in the Asian food section of the supermarket. If unavailable, substitute spaghetti or linguine in the recipe.
Take a shortcut with this fruit-sauced dessert by substituting purchased, ready-to-use crepes from the produce or refrigerated section of your grocery store.
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Low-cal diet food gets a bad rap … and let’s face it, that’s mostly because you’re hungry again about ten seconds after you eat it. What about a little bit of compromise? Food companies are now targeting the “I’m on a diet but not too much of a diet” consumer by offering new “mid-calorie” snacks
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in — hundreds of different foods. It can even be added to ketchup! And you’ll find it at Walmart and in the ketchup section of almost all major supermarkets. Despite its name, Sriracha (pronounced sur-RA-cha) is as American as the former Hula Hoop warehouse
How to Grill Salmon
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Bob Evans Autumn Mashtini
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The Pioneer Woman Cooks - Petite Vanilla Bean Scones
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