French green beans with dried shrimp stir fried recipe

Five Ways to Use the Budget Friendly Cabbage in Your Diet

Cabbage is sometimes considered not very interesting. Many do not care for it, though common knowledge states it is a vegetable we should have in our diets. There are so many delicious ways to prepare dishes with cabbage that will please most.

The Joy of Cooking Food Recipes

Food recipes have long sense evolved from the grandma’s cookbooks, or the Rolodex of favorite recipes. We now live in the information world where you can download the latest copy of a recipe for that favorite restaurant of yours. The joy of cooking is to create delicious food. Remember that picture of you cooking with your grandma or mom in the kitchen with the old Rolodex.

The Fish We Cook – Halibut and Turbot

The Halibut that we eat is mostly from the cold waters of the north pacific. It has a white meat that is known as one of the choicest meats from the sea. Our turbot comes from mainly European markets and the best is usually imported frozen.

What About Bacon Makes Everything Taste So Good

Bacon seems to be a universally enticing food. It makes most things taste wonderful when mixed in, on, over or under. These days it is being made into candy. Why is this food always in such demand? The smell alone is enough to make one come running.

How to: Cut an Avocado

When preparing guacamole, cutting avocado slices for a sandwich, or simply removing the pit for your child’s science project, working with a ripe avocado can be a slippery (and somewhat dangerous) task. For avocado lovers, nothing tastes worse than an under-ripe, woody avocado that hasn’t reached full maturity, and nothing tastes better than a fully mature and green fruit.

Cooking Adjustments That Will Have Monster Impact On The Nutritional Value of What You Eat

There are some small but powerful adjustments to how we prepare and store food which can have a big impact on our health. Fundamentally we want to have some sound and healthy basics to fall back on, especially if we aren’t good in the kitchen.

Five Basic Food Cutting Methods Explained

We hear terms everywhere these days that are supposedly directed at the home cook. Many times, the people using those terms are professional chefs, and bandy terms about with the idea that everyone understands what they mean. Here are 5 terms explained in full.

Bubble and Squeak – Leftovers Reborn or Made From Scratch

There may be more versions of Bubble and Squeak than people in England. Originally thought to be a dish made of leftovers, these days it can certainly be made completely from scratch. However it is made, I found out it can be delicious.

Fats, Proteins And Carbohydrates – Foods To Help Keep You Healthy

Sometimes it can be hard to know what to have for a meal, especially if you don’t want to overeat, but eat healthy, without the excess calories. Some food choices to go by can be found right in your own kitchen by following a food guide and eating proportionately from different food groups, in order to get the most nutrition out of each meal.

Five Simple Tools To Help You Bake Like A Pro

Having these time saving and helpful little tools make all the difference in the ease of creating your recipe. While one can get by on far less, I recommend these tools as basics. None of them are high priced items, and are accessible to aspiring bakers.

Serbian Nut Pita From My Grandmother

My Grandmother was an excellent baker, accomplishing miracles in her tiny kitchen. Nut Pita was a special treat, particularly at Christmas. Many recipes have never been passed down to us. Nuts or poppy seed were very common ingredients in her pastries.

Five Steps to Help in Planning Food for a Party

Though the holiday rush is over, there are always meals to prepare and always celebrations to plan. Excellent planning can mean the difference between preparing a meal you can enjoy or one you are too tired to enjoy. Follow these tips for your next event.

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