How to Make Everything Creamy

It’s the mashed potatoes so silky you mistake them for butter. It’s the cream whipped into triumphant peaks that stand tall for a second before gloriously oozing out onto whatever you desire. It’s the cheesecake that practically melts on the fork.

In other words: It’s the creamy factor.

A dish’s creamy base layer can keep you going back to foods again and again. Creamy is the secret behind so many of those most craveable foods—the ones we can’t quite put our finger on why we love so much.

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