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Culinary Resolutions | 2013

Announcing Our 6 Weeks of Culinary Resolutions

In years past, we've always asked you what your culinary resolutions are for the New Year, and year after year, we've collectively resolved to do everything from trying more recipes to making more foods from scratch.

So in 2013, we're taking a giant leap forward by announcing a new feature: six weeks of culinary resolutions. Starting today, each week will be dedicated to mastering a different gastronomic resolution, whether it's eating lighter, nailing classic techniques, cooking more and eating out less, or experimenting more with wine and spirits at home. Come eager to learn — and please let us know if there's something you'd like us to cover in the comments below!

Culinary Resolutions, Week 1: Eat Lighter
Culinary Resolutions, Week 2: Cook More, Eat Out Less
Culinary Resolutions, Week 3: Learn the Cooking Basics
Culinary Resolutions, Week 4: Maximize Your Kitchen
Culinary Resolutions, Week 5: Master the Home Bar
Culinary Resolutions, Week 6: Expand Your Wine Knowledge

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Chez-Us Chez-Us 4 years
I love this and want to jump in a bit. Just from the photos, mastering whipping eggs and/or cream by hand is a goal for this year!! I think it is a basic we all should know!
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