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Extract Flavors of Fresh Onion and Celery With Cooking Oil

Flavors are extracted from ingredients every time we cook. Cooking oils, butter and hot water are commonly used during the course of cooking to extract flavors from herbs and spices. Extracts from vegetables like onion and celery can also be used to season food.

Cooking Methods: Saute

Saute is a word many people have heard. It is a type of pot, is mentioned in many recipes, and is constantly referenced in cooking shows. But what exactly is sauteing?

Poultry Stuffing Recipe Flavored With Onions and Celery

Stuffing, sometimes called filling, is a side-dish that goes well with chicken, turkey and other meat dishes. The names of stuffings usually reflect a special ingredient, like oyster stuffing or sage stuffing, or the type of meal that it’s meant to go with, such as poultry stuffing.

Vegetables For Flavoring Soup Stock

Soup can be a meal to itself or a side-dish served with sandwiches and salads. A cup of soup is a great appetizer for a light meal. A bowl of soup served with hot bread makes for a hearty meal that can take the chill off and warm the soul. Soups range from thin, broth-like soups with few ingredients to heavier cream-style chowders with meat, seafood and vegetable contents that make for a substantial dish.

Herbal Extracts Are Easy To Make In Your Kitchen

Herbal extracts are made from herbs and alcohol. Alcohol has the effect of removing substances from the plant material and releasing these substances into a liquid solution. Extracts are used in the kitchen for flavoring foods and beverages.

Szechuan Pepper Numbs The Tongue and Lips

Szechuan pepper is not a pungent spice, so even though it’s called a pepper, it doesn’t have the same heat and hotness that are experienced when eating black pepper or chili peppers. The pepper name refers to a tingling, ‘pins and needles’ sensation that is felt on the tongue and lips.

7 Sensible Cooking Tips For Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime

Do you find it frustrating to cook dinner but you sometimes lack the technical skills? This article explains to you the important nuances and tips necessary when it comes to improving your overall cooking skills.

Little Known Ways Of Cooking Eggs

Eggs are used to create many delectable dishes. It will always be convenient to have them stock in the refrigerator. Eggs can be boiled, fried, scrambled or poached. They are useful ingredients in baking cakes and other sweets as well as thickening sauces.

Scented Geraniums Flavor Sweets Pies and Herbal Teas

Scented geraniums are a group of flowering plants native to South Africa, the pelargoniums. Members of the Pelargonium genus are of the Geranium family, so they are often called geraniums. However, they’re not to be confused with the North American native wild geranium, Geranium maculatum, commonly known as crane’s bill for the look of its seed pod. Scented geraniums are grown for their scented foliage, not their flowers.

Sorrel – Early Spring Green Makes Tasty Soup

Garden sorrel is a perennial herb, Rumex acetosa, that is grown for its tasty foliage. It’s a member of the Buckwheat family and also known as common sorrel, spinach dock and narrow-leaved dock. Sorrel is popular in cuisines of Africa, Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Belgium, Greece and Eastern Europe.

How to Cook a Great Meal in One Pot and Other Tips

Let us use the rice cooker. Because of busy schedules, many of us are in a hurry. Even cooking has to hurry.

An Easy Way To Organize Your Recipes

You are at your local doctor’s office and you find a fabulous recipe for Stuffed Chicken. The receptionist makes a copy of it for you. At the grocery store you get a great recipe for Broccoli Casserole on an index sized car near the produce. Or maybe at the last family reunion, Aunt Fran wrote her recipe for Texas Sheet Cake on the back of a napkin. You have all these wonderful resources to make some of the best meals. But one is in the glove box of the car, another in your purse and a third lies on the counter next to the microwave oven, with a few new splatters of oil on it from last night’s fish dinner. What you need is a good organizational system for your recipes. It can be as simple or as complicated as you like. And it needn’t be expensive.

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