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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
Ancient Greeks used Honey instead of suger becuase they didn’t have suger back then.
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 »
This tasty Italian bread is called ciabatta, which means “slipper,” because of its wide, flat, bedroom-footwear-like shape.