The Territorial Differences of Mexican Cooking
If you look at the geography of Mexico you’ll see various distinct regions. This mix is reflected in the lifestyles of the people, the varying climates and microclimates and dietary plans of the natives.The Cookie Diet – Really?
Discover why fad diets only work in the short term while healthy food choices and lifestyle changes help create and maintain weight loss. A Health coach and Registered Dietician shares her tips for weight loss management.Preparation for A Beef Brisket
The beef brisket is recognized as one of the hardest areas of a cow and it has 2 parts. The first part is the point where in it has more fat and the second part is the flat that contains lesser fat. When buying the meat, make sure it is fresh and it should have a fat cap which means that it must have at least 1-2 inches of equally spread fats on top as well as should have a streak of white and red colored fat which is also known as marbling because it resembles like a marble.Cooking Catfish: Baked Catfish Recipe
There are a lot of ways that people can use in order to prepare catfish for eating. Some people prefer grilling or smoking the meat, some prefer fry or Saute and others prefer it baked.Tomatoes, Peppers, Zucchinis – Recipe Ideas for the Coming Harvest
I feel like a kid at Christmas. My red tomatoes, green chili peppers and yellow summer squash are almost ready to brighten my meals for the next month or so. Here are some easy inventive ways to spice them and prepare them to keep them tasting new and special all through harvest time.A Quick Guide – Preserving and Jam Making
The time of year is upon us when there are so many varieties of fruit available in abundance and more and more people a looking to preserve them into the winter in the form of jams, chutneys and marmalades. Jam making is a very popular past time, just by going to any fete or outdoor event will quickly show you just how many people are making these amazing delights!Start To Learn Baking Right In Your Home
Have you always wanted to become a baker? That you dream of being able to bake all those delicious cakes and pastries that you enjoy whenever you go to restaurants, bake shops, and hotels. Perhaps you even plan to have your own bake shop. What you need is to learn baking even if just right in your own home.Cooking Healthy – It’s Easier Than You Think
One of the misconceptions about cooking healthy that almost everyone I’ve talked with is cooking healthy is expensive and isn’t always affordable especially if your family lives on a budget like my family does. This article will show you several simple things that you can do to cook healthy on any budget and improve your overall health.Choosing the Right Cuts for Venison Recipes
Searching for venison recipes? It’s easy to find delicious venison recipes in cookbooks for wild game, online and even in hunting books or on hunting web sites. When cooking with venison, or even beef and pork, it’s important to understand the various cuts of meat. Using the appropriate cut of meat for the recipe insures that the meal comes out as expected. Attempting to prepare a lesser cut of meat with a recipe intended for a prime cut is a recipe for disappointment.Japanese Chef Knives – Which Are the Best
One of the most notable aspects of Japanese chef knives is the fact that they are constructed out of the best steel materials available. In recent times, Japanese chef knives have been growing in popularity amongst professional chefs seeking to achieve high standards of excellence in food preparation tasks because of their cutting ability, sharpness and swiftness.How To Keep Your Gourmet Fish From Sticking To The Pan
Do you love cooking gourmet fish? I think anyone who has cooked gourmet fish has experienced the sickening feeling of trying to turn their fish in the pan and realizing that it just won’t turn. This article will provide you with several tips to help keep your fish from sticking to the pan when you’re cooking your next gourmet fish meal.Cook Up Mouth-Watering Meat Dishes With a Savory Red Wine Sauce
A red wine sauce is a savory accompaniment for your steaks. The basic ingredients include dry red wine, chicken or beef stock, shallots, Dijon mustard, balsamic vinegar, butter, thyme leaves and salt and pepper. To make this sauce, first saute whatever meat you’ll be pairing it with.