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How To Cook Restaurant Quality Ribs

Most people love a good BBQ rib. Everyone has their favorite place to get them. But sometimes making them at home is can be so frustrating! It’s all because of a few little known (by the public) and widely used (by the restaurants) secrets. Today I will reveal some of those to you…

3 Tips to Grilling Corn on the Cob

Nothing says summer like pulling the grill out of the garage, brushing the spider webs and dust bunnies from the frame of your old friend, letting the world know you are ready for another season of great eating. Garden fresh corn has become a favorite grill food item. Some like it with butter, other’s prefer it plain, while most of us want to add herbs and spices to enhance the experience of eating hot corn, straight off the grill.

Essential Kitchen Ingredients – Everyday Items for Your Pantry

Most people don’t really think about essential kitchen ingredients that they may need. They simply create a grocery list of foods they want when they are ready to go to the supermarket. This article should help you to identify the simple and essential kitchen ingredients that one should keep on hand for many of the common meals in one’s diet.

Glassware Collectible Items

In today’s world there are all sorts of items that are deemed to be collectible. From pins to postcards, calendars, cars, and anything in between, there is no shortage to what one can decide to collect. One item that has become a very popular collectible is glassware. Glassware includes all sorts of things such as drinkware, items made of crystal, glass bowls, and others. They are perfect to collect and can be added to your china cabinet or some other display that you use to show off your collectibles.

Cake Decorating Kits – Your All-In-One Solution for Decorating Cakes

There are a variety of cake decorating kits available today that are great for beginners as well as more advanced decorators that don’t want to search for each and every item they may need. Here are a few of the most popular ones.

The Art Of Cooking Quinoa And Creating Easy Quinoa Recipes

When I first started cooking quinoa there were very few easy quinoa recipes. There were absolutely no books in print on how to cook quinoa.

How to Cook With Cuisinart Stainless Steel Cookware – 3 Helpful Tips for Easier Cooking

If you’re new to cooking with Cuisinart stainless cookware, there are some things you should know about how best to use your new pots and pans. In this article, I’ll discuss how to cook with Cuisinart stainless steel cookware, so you can make the most of your new set.

Choosing Knives for Kitchen Work: German Versus Japanese Style

For those who cook, knives matter. Good cooking equipment and tools can make it a real joy, as well as faster and easier.

Culinary School 101: Chef Knives

Culinary school teaches you the value of high quality ingredients, cooking techniques, and cooking utensils. Perhaps the most important of these utensils are the chef knives.

How To Cook More Efficiently With Toaster Ovens

In today’s world life requires convenience, with fast paced lives things need to be taken care of quickly including in the kitchen. A toaster oven is a wonder kitchen appliance that can help you make your time in the kitchen a little easier. Gone are the days that a toaster was simply a small electric appliance that toasted your favorite breads.

The Roots of Borscht

In my foolish youth, I used to amuse myself (but not others) with ‘punishing’ puns every chance I got. I’ve grown up a bit though and now try to avoid them all together whenever possible, but sometimes I can’t resist. So, unfortunately “The Roots of Borscht” does not refer to the history of the dish, but rather to what root vegetables you may use in keeping harmony with the mighty beet that defines the dish. This article assumes that you know what a borscht is and can make one, or alternatively can at least open a jar of one and embellish it with fresh snippets.

Golden Borscht

Golden beets it would seem can be found, along with ‘rainbow beets’ naturally growing in East Europe, but it is in the West that they have been turned into a stock hybrid. Golden beets are just as hardy as their ‘big red’ cousins, but are more delicate in flavor and leak a pleasant, translucent golden color when boiled or simmered. They are, needless to say, a rich amber color when peeled, hence the name.

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