Homemade Candy Corn and Clearing Up Cooking Myths

Homemade Candy Corn and Clearing Up Cooking Myths

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Emma Christensen
Oct 29, 2010

Homemade candy corn? You know you want to. A year ago, we were also separating fact from fiction with a few cooking myths, learning how to adjust our oven's temperature gauge, and looking for ways to hide an ugly countertop.

The posts pictured above are in bold below.

• Can you tell which of these cooking myths are fact and which are fiction?

How often do you end up sweeping and mopping your kitchen?

Gather your friends and make a big batch of homemade candy corn this Halloween.

• Buying nuts for the holidays? Keep them fresh in the freezer.

• Check out all these ways to get more carrots into your diet.

This savory stuffed pumpkin is as pretty as it is delicious.

• We've been on a tea kick recently. Here's another way to brew it.

• A few ideas for covering up an ugly countertop without a complete renovation.

We've been serving this kale slaw with peanut dressing as a side dish all fall.

Look! Simple white handmade bowls for your kitchen.

Adjusting the temperature gauge on your oven is easier than you might think.

• Here are a bunch of creative ways to re-use leftover pickle juice.

Twice-baked potatoes are one of our essential make-ahead meals this time of year.

Thinking of upgrading your toaster oven? Here's the scoop on the Breville Smart Oven.

Bubbly and gooey, we love lasagna. Here are five recipes that sound delicious.

A Year Ago and a Week: Best Chewy Chocolate Cookies and Igniting Tap Water

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