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14 Easy Cooking Tips for Meat and Poultry Slow Cooker Recipes

14 Easy Cooking Tips for Meat and Poultry Slow Cooker Recipes – cook with safety and provide delicious slow cooked meals for your family.

Cooking With Tea Gives Holiday Recipes A Healthful Boost

It’s no secret that tea is good for you. It provides antioxidants [which prevent damage to cell tissues], has less caffeine than coffee, and calms the soul. What easier way to reap its benefits than by adding some to your cuisine, especially during the hectic holidays?

I Know How To Cook, Why Do I Need Culinary School?

Is culinary school really necessary? I always thought if you knew how to cook, you knew how to cook. It turns out I was wrong. If you want to go into culinary arts as a career, culinary school is just as necessary for you as law school is for a lawyer. I found that even if you are a great cook, there are simply skills and qualifications you will get from culinary school that you need when it comes time to enter the professional culinary arts world.

10 Things You Need To Know About Indian Spices And Curry!

To be able to produce consistently good Indian curries there are various cooking terms and techniques to be mastered.The aim is to produce the correct mixture and the preparation of spices for a particular dish and correct texture.

Creative Cooking in the Wintertime

It is so fun to cook and bake in the winter when it’s cold and the days are shorter. In northern California where I live, our temperature ranges from 35° to 105° (more or less). The seasons change abruptly; and sometimes, it’s physically challenging to keep up with the climate changes.

How To Choose The Perfect Bread Maker

Bread makers are extremely popular. The average person can make delicious, homemade bread quite easily with a bread maker.

Jelly Making is the Preservation of Fruits

by Selina Cormin and Jaynne Nicols AltCooking.com so, you tried to make some Jelly and it didn’t work? did you follow the recipe exactly? No? You used your own imagination. that’s probably why it didn’t work. Let me tell you what you need….

Cooking Indian Food

by Selina Cormin and Jaynne Nicols AltCooking.com Experimenting with cooking from other regions and cultures can be an exciting and fun process.

Virgin Coconut Oil – Did You Say It Tastes Awful? Not Anymore

Despite its remarkable benefits, taking spoonfuls of virgin coconut oil daily could be an unpleasant routine for some people because they don’t like the taste. These tips could solve the problem…

Your Six Step Guide to Deep Frying a Turkey

When deep fried turkeys came into the main stream a few years ago my thought was why would someone mess with perfection. Filling your home with wafting aromas of roasting turkey and sneaking peaks at the cooking turkey is a huge part of Thanksgiving tradition. This is when the inevitable happened I tried a deep fried turkey. I was at the least really surprised. The meat was moist and tender.

Turkey the Old-Fashioned Way

There are many delicious ways to prepare and serve turkey. It might be deep-fried, brined, poached, grilled…to mention just a few methods of preparation. This article, however, will focus strictly on tips and techniques for preparing perfect turkey the old-fashioned way – oven roasted.

The Secret to Cooking for a Crowd

Having a large family growing up, I learned to cook in a big way. With 5 brothers and 3 sisters plus Mom and Dad, I started out cooking for eleven people by the time I was twelve and most of the time without a recipe. Mom needed help and taught her daughters to cook at an early age. I’ll never forget the first time I fried chicken all by myself. My brothers ridiculed my over-done chicken mercilessly. I’ll never forget the first meal I cooked away from home.

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