beef soup for iftar Ramadan

Make Delicious Recipes With Solar Cooker

Do you love to barbeque? Then you will find this fascinating. You can cook any recipe by using the natural light from sun.

How to Be a Better Cook Part 1

Many people I know who shy away from cooking at home fear that they will not “measure” up in the kitchen. That is pure nonsense. Everyone can be a good cook with these few special tips and suggestions.

How to Choose a Roasting Pan

A good roaster is a necessity for making a holiday turkey, but a roaster can also be used year-round for making things like prime rib or leg of lamb, turkey breast or whole fish. Here are some things to look for when purchasing a roasting pan.

Cooking the Perfect Turkey and Still Having Time to Enjoy the Party

Are you worried about cooking the perfect Turkey? Here are a few tips from our executive chef that you can do ahead of time so that you can relax on the day of your party.

How to Be a Better Cook Part 2

I find that many people are amazed when they successfully complete a recipe from start to finish. Anyone can be a good cook. By following these few tips and suggestions, you can amaze your family and friends with your ever expanding prowess in the kitchen.

How to Make Bulgogi

Korean cuisine integrates many different ingredients, ranging from spicy chili paste to rice to pickled radish. One of Korea’s most notable foods is called Bulgogi. Bulgogi is a korean dish where either thin slices of meat or other prime cuts of beef is seasoned and marinated with a mix of soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar, and vegetables. There are many different varieties to making it, but in this guide i will use the methods that my mother has used for years.

Why is My Freezer Full? Is the World Coming to an End?

Need some tips on feeding your family for less? Here’s what to do the next time your favorite cut of meat goes on sale.

Dorm Room Cooking at Colleges and Universities Will Never Be the Same

I can remember always coming back to the dorm either after long session in class of just late night blasting going for the mini-fridge and struggling to make something out of what I had left. In most cases, I would have half of everything but but could never make anything. Unfortunately I also had to throw away most of the food because it went bad which turned into me spending more money and so on… wasted money.

Holidays – Some Helpful Tips For a Stress-free Holiday Meal

For me, and I would guess for most people, the biggest challenge of a holiday meal is getting everything ready, on the table and keeping it all hot until people eat. It isn’t an easy task. Here are few ideas to help.

Olive Oil and Herbs Replace Popeye and Olive Oyl

Olive Oil and herbs work well for preserving fresh herbs from your garden. Extra Virgin Olive Oil, EVOO, is the oil of choice because it is clear, a good preservative and light in flavor blending well with vinegars for splashing over your favorite lettuces.

Barbecue Tips For the Winter

Just because it’s winter time doesn’t mean it’s time put away the grill. The weather will be good enough to have a barbecue every now and again. Here are some tips for winter time barbecues that will ensure great food during the cold months.

How to Choose Your Christmas Dinner Menu

It really isn’t difficult to come up with a fabulous and easy to prepare Christmas dinner menu. There are a few rules that you should follow, and you don’t have to cook a lot of complicated dishes. Choosing the best side-dishes for your meal can be simple and remember sometimes less is really more!

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