Brunch is served! Gordon is serving up a delicious Croissant French Toast in UNDER 10 minutes. This Ramsay in 10 dish is perfect for brunch, dessert or breakfast served stuffed and covered with caramelized apples. This is perfect for the weekends or with leftover croissants.
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Once-A-Month-Cooking: How to Make Your Plan Work
As one of the oldest children in a family of nine, I know that cooking for a crowd can almost be a full-time job. Once-a-month-cooking has been a lifesaver for our family. In the beginning though, when we first heard of cooking 30 meals in one day, it sounded rather impossible. It was not until we had tried it, though, that we found it is not only possible, but it can even be quite simple and fun!Vegetarian Cooking – Three Basics
Wherever you are on the continuum of vegetarianism, you want your food to taste good, be satisfying, and provide good nutrition. Here are some methods for cooking vegetarian to meet those basic requirements.Eat your Veggies! Simple Cooking Methods
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Mimi Cummins, co-author of the book “Christmas Cookies Are for Giving” shares tips and hints on various ways of dressing up cookies during the holiday season.A Cookie Assembly Line: Efficient Cookie Baking for Busy Cooks
Cookbook author Mimi Cummins shares some tips for baking a lot of cookies in a short amount of time. This is particularly helpful during the busy holiday season!Little-known Tips for Easy Holiday Baking
Cookbook author Mimi Cummins shares her secret to preventing those holiday baking disasters.Barbecue Success With The Rule Of Thirds
Ever been to a barbecue party where the ‘chef’ placed as much food as he could possibly fit onto the barbecue grill, every so often stabbing the food with a fork and juggling it around so that it cooks evenly? Ever noticed how, within a few minutes, the flames start gently flickering under the food, the chef proudly standing back admiring the char grill effect that he’s creating? Ever notice the panic that sets in when the flames suddenly leap up and around the food burning it black on the outside and leaving it raw on the inside?