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  • Know About How To Make A Cornish Pasty  By : Bimla Sheokand
    Okay, so how do you make a genuine Cornish pasty? What do you put in it? Let's go for it......
    Ingredients:
    1lb shortcrust pastry 6 ounces potatoes 12 ounces steak (in times back it could well have been mutton – it was cheaper). 3 tablespoons of cold water 1 small chopped onion salt and pepper to taste – personally I prefer a little extra pepper myself.
  • Best Crock Pot Cooking Tips  By : tnirameshsonu
    One of the least used and yet most versatile tools in the average kitchen is the slow cooker. With just a few crock pot cooking tips you can turn this dust collector into one of the most useful items in your kitchen
  • Art Simple Stir-frying  By : bajaj
    My first stir-fry experience came with my first job: I was a stir-fry cook for my university's dining hall.

    It was no glamorous gig; in fact, since I received nothing but a wok and a perforated plastic cooking spoon when I started and barely knew how to cook anything then, it was tough.
  • Tips for Making Beer  By : Gurpreet Singh
    * Clean and sanitize! It can't be repeated enough. Clean and sanitize! Use an electric dishwasher if available.
    * A bottle brush will be handy for cleaning the bottles. A good thermometer will be useful for many things.
  • Advantages of Crockpot Cooking  By : mamtachhatwal
    The two main advantages of crockpot cooking are that they:

    * Save Time
    * Save Money

    Time-Saver

    Crockpot cooking for me is synonymous with time-saver. We each have different phases of life and this season is definitely my crockpot phase -- maybe out of desperation. No matter what stage we're in though, crockpot cooking can always be a benefit.
  • History of Chopsticks!  By : uvi pann
    Chopsticks History And How to Use Chopsticks?
    Chopsticks are a pair of small even-length tapered sticks, which are invented by ancient Chinese, and are the main eating utensils of Asian countries, such as China, Japan, Vietnam, Korea and Thailand.
  • Fantastic Tactics to Cook the Perfect Rice  By : Hemlata Sharma
    Rice may be cooked by 3 methods, each of which requires a different proportion of water. These methods are boiling, which requires 12 times as much water as rice; the Japanese method, which requires 5 times as much; and steaming, which requires 2-1/2 times as much. Whichever of these methods is used, however, it should be remembered that the rice grains, when properly cooked, must be whole and distinct. To give them this form and prevent the rice from having a pasty appearance, this cereal shoul
  • Conduct for buying Professional Cookers  By : ajays_operations
    The sizes range from 50cm to 60cm with most of the manufacturers who promote freestanding cookers. A freestanding unit offering oven, grill and hob in one appliance, designed to slide between kitchen cabinets. Cookers have adjustable feet to fit flush to worktop height.
  • Philosophy For Buying a Citrus Juicer  By : gurpreets
    Oranges are not a new idea but they are definitely a proven source of healthful benefits. You can give orange slices to your children and then clean up the sticky mess that will result or you can consider buying a citrus juicer. It is often more efficient, pleasant and tidier to give your child a glass of fresh squeezed juice
  • How to Broil Chicken That Melts in Your Mouth?  By : anita sony
    For decades, broiled chicken has been the meat of choice for those on low-fat and low calorie diets. Unfortunately, broiled white chicken has also acquired a reputation for being bland, rubbery and dry.
  • Photo Cookies Make Great Party Favors  By : Judy Williams
    Photo cookies have become the latest craze in party and event favors. Baked-fresh and available in a variety of sizes and options, these cookies will wow your party guests with their taste and picture quality. So the next time you are in charge of a party, family reunion or corporate event, remember what an impression you can make with the newest idea in party favors.
  • Make Jello Shots That Will Have Them Talking  By : Michael Anthony McGrath
    Learning how to make jello shots can be fun and really fairly easy to accomplish! Let me show you how to make jello shots that will have the party talking!
  • Nine Delicious Salmon Recipes  By : Paul E Brown
    Everyone knows fish is good for you. Here are nine salmon recipes that are tasty, full of flavour and good for you.
  • Some Different Ideas for Cooking Rice  By : Paul E Brown
    Rice doesn't have to be boring. Here are seven useful ideas for new ways to cook rice. Try them and see.
  • Healthy Soup Recipe  By : Spencer Hunt
    Glyconutrients supplements help the body towards optimal health. Many people see wonderful results and want to say that they were 'healed or cured'. This is wrong. Read this article to find out the difference between nutrition for the body and a 'cure'.
  • The World's Five Best Burger Recipes. Really!  By : Daniel Z. Kane
    Nothing is better than a good burger cooked on an open grill. Here are five recipes that can help you produce burgers that will delight your friends and family.
  • Five Gourmet Hot Dog Recipes  By : Daniel Z. Kane
    Just about everyone likes hot dogs. In the backyard, at the game, or on the streets of a busy city, they're easy to enjoy. And, here are 5 more ways to enjoy them, courtesy of the listed websites.
  • Wow Your Friends With These Great Summer Drinks  By : Daniel Z. Kane
    Faced with planning an upcoming, outdoor summer party, I spent about an hour on the internet a few days ago in search of some festive summer drinks. I couldn't believe how many great sounding recipes I encountered. Most of them were entirely new to me.
  • Seafood Recipes Are Easy, Quick, And Delicious  By : Shannon Linnen
    Seafood recipes can be fun and healthy and let's not forget to mention EASY! Using your favorite seafood, such as shrimp, mussels scallops or crab and a few of the ideas given in this article you can continue to create unique and healthy seafood recipes time and time again.
  • Khao Chae - Essential of Thai Summer Dishes  By : Vipp Rongsit
    "Khao Chae" is rice soaked in scented water and topped with ice. On every April gourmet Thai cooks are busy preparing their special cool-off dish called Khao Chae.
  • Valentine Recipes - The Italian Way  By : Dave Fooder
    Italian cuisines are some of the most famous dishes appreciated all over the world today, so try to prepare some exclusive Italian preparations for special occasions.
  • Tagliatelle Alla Bolognese  By : Dave Fooder
    Tagliatelle alla Bolognese are some of the tastiest preparations in the world. It is a special form of meat sauce that can be served along with a wide range of Italian cuisines.
  • Italian Preparations  By : Dave Fooder
    Italian food encompasses a wide variety of traditional and modern cuisines. One of the main benefits that Italian food has over that from other parts of the world is its healthy constitution, so improves the overall taste.
  • Fruit Platter  By : Dave Fooder
    Fruit is a big hit after a meal, especially when you are dinning with your family and guests. A fruit platter complements a full course treat. It is a delicious and beautiful serving where a large dish is decorated with various fresh fruits arranged
  • Moist Applesauce Cranberry Muffins  By : Gail Metcalf
    Everybody loves applesauce; throw in a few cranberries and you have a wonderful breakfast or snak for the holidays! This will become one of your favorite Christmas holiday recipes and one that is perfect as a Christmas recipe for kids to help with the baking.
  • French Toast for Christmas Morning   By : Gail Metcalf
    Everyone will be raving that you found the time to prepare a warm, yummy breakfast for Christmas morning. This recipe leaves you plenty of time to join in the celebrating without a lot of time in the kitchen. Mark as one of your favorite Christmas holiday recipe and one that is perfect as a Christmas recipe for kids to help with the baking.
  • Just Desserts, Puddings Galore  By : Kit Heathcock
    A family tradition of puddings culminates in a fine recipe for Summer Pudding – a delicious berry and bread concoction.
  • Eating Cheap: A Week's Worth of Inexpensive Meals  By : Kathy Ferneau
    Need to save on groceries? These seven meal ideas will help you stretch your dollar until the paycheck arrives.
  • Rattlesnake Ribs  By : Peter Lenkefi
    Rattlesnake Ribs
  • Seafood Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Shrimp Sauce  By : Peter Lenkefi
    Seafood Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Shrimp Sauce

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