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To become a better cook, sharpen your senses

Besides taste and sight, hearing, touch and smell, while less associated with cooking, also come into play

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Ms McDermott, who describes the sound a pie makes when it's perfectly baked as "the sizzle-whump", at her home in Port Angeles, Washington.

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KATE McDermott describes it as "the sizzle-whump". It's the sound a pie makes when it's perfectly baked, said Ms McDermott, the author of Art of the Pie. The "sizzle" is the sound of hot butter cooking the flour in the crust, melding it into a crisp, golden lid. The "whump" is

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