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CHOW Tips are the shared wisdom of our community

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    How to Avoid Diluted Iced Coffee

    How to Avoid Diluted Iced Coffee

    CHOW.com Senior Editor Lessley Anderson has a simple but surprising tip that will keep your coffee powerful, even as the ice melts.

    • 31 sec
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    How to Shave Chocolate and Cheese

    How to Shave Chocolate and Cheese

    CHOW Kitchen Editorial Assistant Christine Yue Gallary shows you how to make the fancy chocolate and cheese shavings.

    • 28 sec
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    How to Make Your Own Green Hot Sauce

    How to Make Your Own Green Hot Sauce

    Blogger Adrienne Capps shares her recipe for making a house hot sauce.

    • 41 sec
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    How to Make Your Own Ketchup

    How to Make Your Own Ketchup

    Blogger Adrienne Capps shares her recipe for making ketchup from scratch. It involves a lot of spices, so you’ll want to follow the written recipe to make this condiment.

    • 52 sec
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    How to Make Simple Syrup Really Simple

    How to Make Simple Syrup Really Simple

    Bartender at San Francisco's Heaven's Dog and owner of Small Hand Foods, Jennifer Colliau will blow your mind with this bartender secret: You do not need to boil your simple syrup. In fact, it's preferable not to! Jennifer shows you how to make simple syrup using cold tap water in this video.

    • 37 sec
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    Don't Muddle Your Mint

    Don't Muddle Your Mint

    Jennifer Colliau, bartender at San Francisco's Heaven's Dog and owner of Small Hand Foods, loves using mint in her drinks, but she warns home bartenders against using wooden muddlers with this delicate herb. Use a spoon instead, lest you end up with a drink that tastes like toothpaste. This tip will come in handy when you're making your next Mojito.

    • 31 sec

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