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Slow Cooker Recipes

Pot roast couldn’t be easier—or tastier—when you cook it slowly and add the umami boost of soy sauce. Winter root vegetables like turnips, parsnips and rutabagas can also be cooked along with the beef. SLOW COOKER POT ROAST 4 pounds … Continue reading

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Slow Cookers From Around the World

Slow is Beautiful. There’s a world of traditional slow-cooking pots and casseroles to explore, and many of them are so attractive, you may be tempted to put them on your display shelves instead of your stove! • Clay pots, also … Continue reading

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Super Bowl Bites

It’s Football Time, and we’ve got your Super Bowl party covered! These tasty chicken sliders are perfect for Super Bowl! Serve the chicken filling right in the cooker and let guests assemble their own sliders. Hoisin Chicken Sliders 8 skinless, … Continue reading

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Do you Umami?

You probably know by now that naturally brewed Kikkoman Soy Sauce is a great source of umami, the savory “fifth taste” that’s become part of the current culinary vocabulary. But did you know that umami is also found in ripe … Continue reading

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A look at Comfort Foods Around The World

America is a nation of immigrants, and since comfort foods are the foods we learned to love as children, dishes that spell comfort for some of us seem exotic to others. But many who grew up on meatloaf and macaroni … Continue reading

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Winter Comfort Foods

The crisp golden skin of roast chicken, the aroma of freshly baked bread, a hearty beef stew bubbling on the stove, the nostalgic taste of holiday cookies—comfort foods engage our senses and our emotions in a deeply satisfying way. Check … Continue reading

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Kikkoman Celebrates Over 300 Years of Tradition with New Documentary

Isogaba maware is a Japanese axiom that translates into “Make Haste Slowly.” It means to advance and grow, but to do so with tremendous thought and care. From its meticulous six-month natural brewing process to a heritage dating back to … Continue reading

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Brining for the Holidays

More and more cooks are incorporating brining into their holiday recipes. And once you’ve tasted a brined turkey, you’ll know why. Brining adds an irresistible succulent and savory flavor that will have your family asking for second helpings—in fact, you … Continue reading

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Dim Sum and then Some

The Canton region in the south of China perfected the art of dim sum, which was then transplanted around the world by Cantonese emigrants. Originally a midafternoon snack to accompany tea, dim sum is now often eaten at breakfast or … Continue reading

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