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Charcoal vs. Gas Grill

By Katy Cavallero | Saturday, November 30th, 2013

A gas grill is a lot more convenient than a charcoal grill when it comes to prep, operation, cooking time, and clean-up, but many attest that nothing compares to the flavor of char-grilled foods and...  (More...)

Why You Need To Cook At Home More And Eat Out Less

By Adwert Rondalld | Monday, May 21st, 2012

With most of us spending a lot of time at work, cooking meals and dining with the family at home seems like a luxury we can seldom have. However, there are several reasons...  (More...)

Some FYI About Cauliflowers

By Elroy Tyner | Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Cauliflowers can be a little intimidating to prepare especially if you have never tried cooking it. What’s the first thing you should do to prepare them for cooking? How do you slice it? How...  (More...)

Picking The Best Kind of Avocado

By Elroy Tyner | Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

Quality in dinning can have different interpretations and to some just having something to fill their stomachs would be enough. But for those who love their food, whether by savoring them or cooking them, every...  (More...)

Creating Signature Rolls With A Sushi Machine

By Alan Stables | Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

Eating sushi can be quite addictive just like creating and making them with a sushi machine. You will probably enjoy trying some interesting signature rolls that were invented when it started to become more and more popular.

All Of My Favorite Types Of Cookies

By Gerald Hipps | Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

Whether they are store bought or homemade, everybody loves at least one type of cookie. These sweet treats are fun to customize, easy to make, and come in endless flavor combinations. It is also a great family tradition for children and adults to get together to bake them around the holidays. Since the combinations of potential ingredients are endless, do not get overwhelmed; here are my favorite types of cookies.

The Benefits Of Learning How To Make Buttermilk

By Gerald Hipps | Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Buttermilk is an important kitchen staple as it is used in many different recipes and, in some cultures, is a standard beverage. It is relatively easy to make, and one can save a lot of money by making it at home rather than purchasing it. By learning how to make buttermilk and how to use it, you can save money during grocery shopping and enjoy all the delicious recipes in which it is used.

Different Recipes For How To Make BBQ Chicken

By Gerald Hipps | Monday, January 30th, 2012

Times are tough and food is skyrocketing in price, making everyone get a bit more frugal with their shopping lists. That should never mean, however, that buyers should have to compromise on what they eat for dinner each night. If you know how to make BBQ chicken, you will be equipped with knowledge of a recipe that can be changed up every time it is made. Even better, it is super cheap!

The Benefits Of Knowing How To Make Alfredo Sauce

By Gerald Hipps | Sunday, January 29th, 2012

There are so many dishes that can be made with Italian sauces, such as Alfredo. Pour it over chicken for a quick, savory meal or toss it with shrimp and pasta for something a little fancier that all can enjoy. In any sense, there is no doubt that if the chef knows how to make Alfredo sauce from scratch, the dish will taste much better. Some people might not even be aware of the other hidden benefits, too.

BBQ Pit Tables – Convenience and Style in One

By Adam Reison | Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

The average fire pit for your outdoor area is well designed for standing guests but not so great for seating arrangements. It's because most of them are low to the ground. It's an excellent arrangement for large groups of people enjoying a drink together but not so great for smaller groups of people who want to lounge in style.

Beautify Your Kitchen with These Simple Kitchen Tweaks

By Adriano Nicoli | Monday, December 12th, 2011

You don't have to be satisfied cooking in an outdated and dysfunctional kitchen. With a little effort you can make your kitchen an extension of yourself and a joy to work in. Keep reading for some simple ideas to help you make this happen.

Guidelines On How To Prepare Cauliflower Without The Bad Smell

By Elroy Tyner | Friday, December 9th, 2011

Cauliflower can be delightful when already cooked and prepared right, however they do not smell very nice when they are still in the pot, cooking. How can one get to enjoy cauliflower without going through...  (More...)

A Couple of Good Reasons to Cook Food With Avocado Oil

By Elroy Tyner | Thursday, December 1st, 2011

An avocado is not just a fruit or an ingredient, it can also be used as a cooking oil. Avocado oil could easily be used as a substitute for your standard oil in terms of...  (More...)

Tips on How to Save Time during Holiday Baking Time

By Qrushko Qbulkov | Monday, November 28th, 2011

Baking cookies, cakes and other treats is a tradition in most homes.Holidaybaking just makes families closer. It makes holidays more fun as the whole family gets involved in the kitchen whether everyone is helping or...  (More...)

The Importance of Fruits In Indian Cooking

By Ram Gupta | Thursday, November 24th, 2011

Where would any tropical country be without its fruits? Besides, India is fairly unique, even amongst tropical countries. Apart from its hot and humid coastal regions, it has dry plains, with extreme summers and winters;...  (More...)

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