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All these grapefruit varieties are getting sweeter every year: Star Red (bottom), Ruby Red (middle), white (top)

All these grapefruit varieties are getting sweeter every year: Star Red (bottom), Ruby Red (middle), white (top)

Alternatively to caramelizing with a blowtorch, you can broil the grapefruit halves in the oven, though this will warm them up a lot more. Well chilled grapefruits are paramount in any case.

Alternatively to caramelizing with a blowtorch, you can broil the grapefruit halves in the oven, though this will warm them up a lot more. Well chilled grapefruits are paramount in any case.

Quickly mix the zest with a bit of the sugar, or it’s delicate perfume will evaporate!

Quickly mix the zest with a bit of the sugar, or it’s delicate perfume will evaporate!

Toasting will get those nutty oils to further perfume your apple strudel.

Toasting will get those nutty oils to further perfume your apple strudel.

A lot of people don t bother peeling their potatoes. The skin adds, crunch and a rustic look.

A lot of people don t bother peeling their potatoes. The skin adds, crunch and a rustic look.

To get a dry Wiener schnitzel fry it in at least 1 inch of oil at 350°F (175°C) and don't stop shaking that skillet in a circular motion (or if you are scared to use a ladle to pour hot oil over the top).

To get a dry Wiener schnitzel fry it in at least 1 inch of oil at 350°F (175°C) and don't stop shaking that skillet in a circular motion (or if you are scared to use a ladle to pour hot oil over the top).

Let the fruits poach overnight for a minimum of 5-6 hours to get soft and slightly colored. Poached quince will take an average of 9 hours to take on deep shades of ruby.

Let the fruits poach overnight for a minimum of 5-6 hours to get soft and slightly colored. Poached quince will take an average of 9 hours to take on deep shades of ruby.

Poaching the quinces in nothing but dry white wine in a very low oven (175°F/80°C) overnight, for 12 hours. A meat thermometer will help you to check on the temperature.

Poaching the quinces in nothing but dry white wine in a very low oven (175°F/80°C) overnight, for 12 hours. A meat thermometer will help you to check on the temperature.

The dough of our whole-grain spelt no-knead bread as it is being dropped into the preheated cast-iron  dutch-oven.  It doesn't matter how it looks everything will smooth-out during the baking process.

The dough of our whole-grain spelt no-knead bread as it is being dropped into the preheated cast-iron dutch-oven. It doesn't matter how it looks everything will smooth-out during the baking process.

To get even portions of potato latkes pancakes, we use a dessert cake ring, which, admittedly, is a bit fancy.

To get even portions of potato latkes pancakes, we use a dessert cake ring, which, admittedly, is a bit fancy.

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