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Easy Ways to Save Summer’s Bounty

Love fresh summer produce? Here are three super simple ways to save tomatoes, herbs and fruit without breaking out the canning jars.

One Whopping Tip For Out-Of-This-World Sauteed Mushrooms

Before I discovered this delicious mushroom tip, I would clean & slice the mushrooms and then saute them in a little olive oil and butter. They were delicious and I didn’t think it would be possible to improve the flavor. Then I read a tip out of an old gourmet cookbook that changed my life (well… in terms of mushrooms, anyway:>).

The 7 Most Common Mistakes When Cooking Pasta

According to a recent pasta survey taken among Italian chefs and cooking experts – there are 7 common mistakes that most people make when cooking pasta. Read more…

Creole Cuisine

On a recent trip to Louisiana I spent a few days in Lafayette and New Orleans. What are standard foods for locals most often are foods that many of us have never experienced, including myself.

Hot Dogs – Tasty, Versatile and Awesome

I grew up eating hotdogs once a week. We were on a tight budget, but my mother did tremendous things with them. She needed to feed the family food that she cooked. I have provided a number of recipes that I remember the most. Some simpler than others, but all awesome for a person that is in a time and financial pinch.

How to Choose and Use Organic Olive Oil – A Basic Guide

You want to cook healthy meals that your whole family will enjoy. The organic olive oil is the finest ingredient you can use to make the dishes delicious and beneficial. This natural ingredient is known for its subtle fresh flavor and various health benefits. You simply have to pick the right product and use it correctly in order to make the most out of it.

Guides for Selecting Potatoes

Different kinds of potatoes will have some differences in taste. The following are some methods for you to choose potatoes for different use.

Ginger Spices Your Food and Settles the Stomach

Ginger grows in tropical areas of the world and it’s cultivated in Asia and India. Whether you use the chopped rhizome or powder in your cooking, you’ll get a rich spicy taste and the benefit of a digestive aid to settle the stomach.

Create Perfect Melt In The Mouth Dinner Rolls

Cooking with yeast can be an exasperating experience. However, the flip side is it can also help you to create delightfully, warm, soft and delicious dinner rolls that are literally straight out of the oven to the dinner table.  With a little patience you can make rolls that look, smell and taste like they came from the finest bakery.

Great Time-Savers With 5 Common Foods

This article gives terrific tips for saving time when preparing 5 of our most commonly-used foods: Garlic, Potatoes, Onions, Green Beans, and Lemons/Oranges. Offers helpful new ideas to help you avoid the “Is dinner ready yet?” question.

How to Cook Turkey Overnight

Slow roasting to cook turkey overnight is a great way to make the perfect turkey and it frees up the cooks time to spend with friends and family. The principle behind cooking your turkey slowly is that it doesn’t have the opportunity to overcook. If your oven never gets above 185ºF your turkey doesn’t dry out and it stays moist and juicy.

Smoking Ribs On A Smoker

You just can’t beat the taste of succulent, mouthwatering, perfectly smoked ribs. Smoking ribs on a smoker is fun and rewarding; especially when you receive tons of complements. There are many recipes and techniques for smoking ribs on a smoker, but all agree that the best technique is to cook them with low heat over a long period of time. Done properly, this will guarantee juicy, fall off the bone ribs.

Tips For Making Sushi At Home

Sushi is a delicious meal or even snack on its own. Sushi is essentially cooled, boiled rice mixed with rice vinegar that is typically shaped into bite-sized pieces and topped with raw seafood. Sushi can also be formed into a long seaweed wrapped roll that contains strips of vegetables or raw fish and is then sliced into bite-sized pieces.

Delights of Different Asian Cuisines

People all over the world have gotten to know more about the rich and varied cultures of Asia, thanks to the spread of the Internet and the migration of Asians throughout the world. If you’d like to explore the cuisines of three major Asian countries, here’s a brief.

File Is a Native American Stew Seasoning and Thickener, Think Gumbo File

File powder, which is also called gumbo file, is a special ingredient used in some Cajun and Creole cooking, especially in and around New Orleans, Louisiana of the Gulf Coast region in the Southeastern United States. Native American Choctaw people taught European settlers about using file powder in soups and stews as a seasoning and thickening agent.

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