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Leftover Sauces, Why Not Freeze

In Blog, Food Advice, Fun Facts, Kitchen Basics On April 23, 2013 0 Comments

If it’s liquid, and likely to spoil before you can eat it all, why not get it to go into ice cube trays. Take homemade pesto, something that… Read More »

Quick Clean Up

In Blog, Food Advice, Fun Facts, Kitchen Basics On April 7, 2013 3 Comments

I know I have stopped myself from trying out a new recipe with the fear of how it will destroy my kitchen. I’d love to hear some of… Read More »

Helpful Tips About Salt

In Blog, Food Advice, Fun Facts, Kitchen Basics On March 25, 2013 0 Comments

Every kitchen and about every recipe uses salt, it certainly is an essential part of the kitchen and there are many tricks and uses for it. If you… Read More »

Healthy Tips for Cooking: Skipping the butter with healthy alternatives

In Blog, Food Advice, Kitchen Basics On February 12, 2013 0 Comments

Butter is awesome, lets face the facts it makes everything smell and taste wonderful. It melts evenly, it’s easy to use, and 90% of your recipes that you… Read More »

Goulash

Fun Food Facts: Goulash

In Blog, Fun Facts On February 10, 2013 0 Comments

Known as the national dish of Hungary, goulash is a soup or stew made of beef or veal, vegetables, and, like many Hungarian dishes, frequently a healthy does… Read More »

Steaming hot soup recipes for a cold winter night

In Blog, Food Advice, Kitchen Basics On February 8, 2013 1 Comment

The impending storm is coming! People are all running around getting milk, bread and eggs. Why not get some ingredients to make yourself some steaming hot winter soups… Read More »

Deglazing Technique

What is…Deglazing

In Blog, Food Advice, Kitchen Basics On February 5, 2013 0 Comments

This is an essential cooking basics skill for making great tasting sauces and gravies – and it leaves your stainless steel pans clean for easy cleanup later! To… Read More »

Greek Honey

Fun Food Facts: Greek Honey

In Blog, Fun Facts On February 3, 2013 0 Comments

Ancient Greeks used Honey instead of suger becuase they didn’t have suger back then.

Braising Short Ribs

What is…Braising

In Blog, Kitchen Basics On February 2, 2013 0 Comments

I am working on some recipes where I need to do some braising of the meat. What is braising you ask? It is slow cooking with a little… Read More »

Ciabatta Bread

Fun Food Facts: Ciabatta Bread

In Blog, Fun Facts On January 31, 2013 0 Comments

This tasty Italian bread is called ciabatta, which means “slipper,” because of its wide, flat, bedroom-footwear-like shape.