Classic Beef Brisket




Using Herbs in Cooking and at Home – Basil

Herbs come in many different varieties – fresh or dried. In recent years they have become very popular in home cooking and for their medicinal properties. They are also used in other cosmetic and household uses.

A Guide to Cooking

Cooking is the process of making food by using combination of ingredients so that safe and edible food can be made. Cooking is a vast field, which uses vast range of tools, methods and ingredients so that the digestibility and flavour of the food is altered.

Useful Tips on How to Make Homemade Pectin

Pectin is a special substance that is used to make jams or jellies. Learn the best way in which you can make this at home.

Cajun Bourbon Chicken – Is it Really Cajun Cooking?

Although you see Cajun bourbon chicken in the food court at the mall, you will not find it in the homes of New Orleans natives. It is not traditional Creole or Cajun cuisine.

Cooking With an Electric Cooker

Cooking with slow cookers, also known as crock pots, is one of the most popular ways that people choose to cook with. There are many pros to using slow cookers versus using the oven or a frying pan.

Beware – Too Slow of Cooking!

We can imagine cooking a turkey or turducken, a potjieko or roast at ridiculously low temperatures for long periods – even overnight and end up with the tastiest, juiciest, tenderest dish. Sounds good, doesn’t it. But we can quite easily also end up with dangerous food poisoning.

How to Do Dipping Chocolate?

A step-by-step guide on how to do chocolate dipping. Dip caramels, nuts, candied fruits, or fondants into melted chocolate for a luscious treat.

How to Frost and Cut Cakes The Professional Way

How to frost and cut cakes the professional way? A step-by-step guide for a beginner.

How to Make Eggplant Veggie Burgers

If you want to add a twist to your regular veggie burgers, try creating a delicious eggplant veggie burger. Not only do eggplant burgers taste great, veggie burger recipes are classic dieters’ specials because vegetables generally contain fewer calories than most meats – exactly what the weight conscious individual is looking for.

Truths and Myths About Food Safety

Which room in your home is the most likely to make you sick – yes, it’s your kitchen. Did you know that 325,000 people are hospitalized and 76 million people are infected in the United States every year due to germs picked up through our food? Actually, it’s frequently our handling of food that creates the problem. Most foods are safe even though they do contain microscopic agents, which are usually harmless.

Scrumptious Leftovers

Does your family moan when you say “leftovers for dinner?” Would you like to hear applause for the scrumptious leftovers you serve? Here are ideas by the dozen that can work for you.

A Guide to Cooking Recipes

There is a common saying that cooking isn’t rocket science, which is absolutely true. Everyone can cook, and if you have little imagination, you can soon come up with the innovative recipes of your own.

Preserving Peppers – Hot Peppers and How to Preserve Them in a Variety of Tasty Ways

Do you have a summer bounty of peppers you don’t know what to do with? Here’s how to preserve them so you can use them throughout the winter months. Peppers can be dried, frozen, or used to make spicy vinegars and salsa.

3 Family Secrets For the Best Home Canned Dill Pickles Around

Home canning has been a part of our family lifestyle for as long as I can remember. When the harvest was complete and preserved in our family cellar I loved to be the one to give the final count on the fruit of our labors – peaches, pears, applesauce, beets, green beans, strawberry jam, and….PICKLES! I loved the pickles.

Advantages of Cooking at Home

It is a fact that we live in a fast-paced world but there are no shortcuts to giving proper nutrition to your family. Cooking at home for your family ensures that your family’s health requirements are taken care of.

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