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Robert Sutor

SAVEUR Basics: How to Make Compound Butter | SAVEUR

"That's why we love compound butters. Anything you can imagine—herbs, zests, salts, seaweed, cheeses, chiles, jerky, syrups, fruit—can be incorporated into this instant condiment. Depending on the ingredients, compound butters will keep for a very long time in the fridge, and indefinitely in the freezer. Just take out a disc of green-pepper butter to garnish grilled porkchops, or put out a dish of softened honey-orange butter to spread on fluffy warm biscuits at brunch."

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The Easy, No-Fuss, Zero-Stress Way to Cook Fish | Epicurious.com

"The secret to perfectly cooked fish? Treat it like breakfast."

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The 3 Kinds of Caramelized Onions Every Home Cook Should Know - Bon Appétit

"When caramelizing onions, there is a right color for the right job—you just have to learn how far to take ’em. No matter if you’re using yellow, white, or sweet onions, be sure to use a large, wide pot or skillet: This will help the water evaporate so the slices caramelize instead of steam. Cook them in a neutral oil like grapeseed (butter will burn) over medium-low heat, season with salt, and stir occasionally. If done properly (read: slowly), you shouldn’t need to add any water. But if you notice some sticking or premature browning, add a splash or two of water. Oh, and remember: This is not a quick process. Onions can take anywhere from 45 to 60 minutes to properly caramelize."

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Creative Ways to Cook With Avocados - Bon Appétit

"Our love for avocados knows no bounds. We pile it on toast. We sneak it into smoothies. We blend it with sour cream because we’re crazy like that. But, as with so many other areas of life, it turns out the Internet (and YouTube in particular) had much to teach us about just how far you can take our favorite food. Here are a dozen of the most creative and unusual recipes we found, from avocado brownies to avocado frosting."

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What to Pay Yourself When You're CEO of a Startup

"There’s no real hard and fast rule for how to compensate yourself as the CEO of your own startup, but it’s safe to say you shouldn’t count on a six-figure salary, at least initially."

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The Story Behind Martha Stewart's Genius One-Pan Pasta Recipe

"This genius pasta makes its own sauce, all in one pan, in 9 minutes—you've probably already cooked it (or at least thought about it). After Martha Stewart Living magazine published the recipe in June 2013, it splashed all over the internet (including right here, sploosh), and got a lot of people out of their weeknight cooking ruts. It meant that cooking pasta no longer had to start with waiting for a big pot of water to boil, or end with trying to meld plain noodles with a cohesive sauce. One pan. 9 minutes."

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Bruce Springsteen on Making of 'Born to Run' | Rolling Stone

"He had one last chance to make it real. Or at least that's how the story goes. With 1975's Born to Run, a 25-year-old Bruce Springsteen felt like his very life was on the line, which is probably why he drove himself — and the E Street Band — to the brink of breakdown over the tortured months of its creation. In November 2005, a couple of hours before going onstage for a show on his solo Devils and Dust tour, Springsteen called Rolling Stone to talk about making Born to Run. On the 40th anniversary of the album's release, here is the full transcript of that conversation, published for the first time."

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Inside the Maple Syrup Beat: Reporter’s Notebook - The New York Times

"Until I wrote about a very unusual robbery three years ago, I really did not know much about the industry that produces most of the syrup bottled by Maple Joe and other processors around the world. It is, I found, a far cry from the bucolic scenes of a farmer, his horse and a sugar shack printed on the most common syrup packaging in Quebec."

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Grilled Trout | The Splendid Table

"Before you add the fish, make sure the grate is very hot. This allows the radiant heat to begin cooking the fish before it even makes physical contact."

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