The Best Cooking Blog For You
Finding the best cooking blog can be quite hectic today, especially because of how numerous the blogs are. Obviously…
Tips on How to Cook Cedar Plank Salmon Fillets
If you don't have a clue on how to cook cedar plank salmon fillets this article will take you over and teach you a…
Going Green Foods Everything You Need To Know
The chief techniques of organic agricultural include crop rotation, green manures and compost, biologic pest control,…
More Cooking Tips From The Frugal Diva
Hello again from The Frugal Diva (still trying out the name). I’m bringing you more money and time-savers for the…
Anodized Aluminum Cookware - Is it Safe?
Anodized aluminum cookware is a new and very popular alternative to the old Teflon pots and pans of the past. It is…
Is Dehydrating Worth It?
In my previous article, Is Home Canning Worth It, I discussed the pros and cons of preserving your food by canning.…
Cooking Tips Articles (247)
Cooking, Using Food Substitutions
Remember the kitchen's Golden Rule, that when preparing a particular recipe, you should read through it once and then gather all your needed ingredients and place them in your reach as you are putting together the ingredients. In this way you are not surprised half way through preparation that you…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Mar 17, 2011  
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How to Become Vegetarian
Are you wondering how to become vegetarian? Are you concerned that a vegetarian diet will result in lack of energy? Do you think it’ll be tough to find enough to eat—or that it won’t taste good? Are you concerned –as many are—that without a meat based diet you won’t get…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Mar 22, 2011  
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Copycat Recipes
Copycat recipes are some of my favorite types of recipes. But what are copycat recipes? you may be asking. Well usually copycat recipes are recipes that are quite simply meant to be like the original. Most copycat recipes are imitations of original restaurant recipes that most people are familiar with.…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Apr 25, 2011  
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Olive Oil Health Benefits
Other than adding flavor to your food, many people have wondered what are some of the health benefits that olive oil provides. Olive Oil Heath Benefits are many and just to name a few I have covered some of the ways this oil helps in maintaining good health. Health Benefits…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Feb 20, 2011  
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How to Cook for A Vegetarian - Tips on Accomodating for Your Vegetarian Friends
If you're a meat eater, you may find it daunting to come up with vegetarian meal ideas.  However it really is not that difficult to cook easy, tasty and filling meals for vegetarians once you know a few basics of what vegetarians expect and want. Vegetarian food by definition is…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Sep 12, 2011  
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Cooking With A Pressure Cooker
Pressure cooker food hasn’t exactly been considered gourmet fare for the past few years. Young gourmands have preferred more sophisticated methods of food preparation—but with a new emphasis on down home dishes and economical ways of cooking, food cooked in pressure cookers is gaining a new, enthusiastic following. Everything old…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Apr 05, 2011  
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Cake Decorating With Fondant
There are many ways to make a good covering layer on a cake for cake decorating, but one of the most popular is cake decorating with fondant. Originally used by British Cake decorators it is quickly becoming the standard for U.S. cake decorators. It is very versatile and fairly easy…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Mar 11, 2011  
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Quick and Easy Dinner Recipes - Always 30 Mins or Less
Fighting traffic to pick up the kids just to chauffeur them to soccer or a piano lesson and then making it home just in time for your spouse to stroll in from work and plop down at the table stating he is hungry. Or maybe you are a single parent…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Jul 08, 2011  
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Extra Virgin Olive Oil Or Evoo
If you are a true fan of the "food network" channels then you are already more than aware of all the hoopla centered around extra virgin olive oil, frequently referred to as "EVOO". How did a liquid which stems from something so small get to be SO big? And what's…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   May 14, 2016  
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Pressure Cooker Cooking
You’ve just been given a pressure cooker as a Christmas gift by your great aunt Beatrice, and you’d much rather have had a check. You have no idea what the heck this big pot with the strange lid is for, or how to use it. You really don’t cook all…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Mar 22, 2011  
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Cooking For Kids – Save Your Sanity And Your Money
Cooking for kids is nothing like cooking for adults. Most adults are more open to trying new dishes and flavors. Kids are picky, picky, picky. One sure thing is that if a kids likes a dish, they REALLY like the dish and want it all the time. One battle I…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Jul 06, 2011  
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Man Versus Food And Fire……
Last week, Bob the Builder finished Big Bertha Mark 3, a large wood fired pizza and bread oven, so we decided that Saturday evening would be the practice inaugural opening event, inviting a few friends round to christen the oven. I prepared for the event by asking friends over for…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Feb 10, 2016  
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How to Make Hard Cooked Eggs for Easter
How to Make the Perfect Hard Cooked Eggs for your Easter Basket Before you Begin: Perfect hard cooked eggs have a soft white outside and a bright yellow yolk when you cut them open. The most important factor in getting perfect eggs is the timing, so make sure you've got…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Apr 03, 2012  
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Brief Details About Hollandaise Sauce
Some people find making sauces at home quite a challenging task. Making sauces at home is really not always time taking it all depends on your experience. The basic steps need to be followed for making great sauces later on some variations can be done to it. Homemade sauces are…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Dec 11, 2013  
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Rare Vs Well-done Meats
  The healthy way to cook, prepare and enjoy your meat. Many people the world over love eating meat including myself. We will look at some of the pros and cons of eating rare or less cooked meat as opposed to consuming well done meat and exposing some meat eating…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Sep 29, 2011  
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Home Sushi Kits Make Great Gifts – And Great Sushi
Since getting my first sushi kit as a gift, home sushi kits have really taken off in a big way and“ the number of reviews has trebled in the last two years and keeps rising. Healthy, virtually fat free, low sugar if you watch the sauces, sushi is the perfect…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Jun 14, 2013  
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How to Make A Grilled Quesadilla
Turn the grill onto medium heat and give it a chance to get hot. To make the quesadilla, start by taking an extra large flour tortilla and putting it on a baking sheet. Of course, you will not be baking the quesadilla, but the baking sheet will be a good…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Jul 29, 2014  
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Easter Cake Pops - How to Decorate Your Cake Pops
Hello again! Since we showed you how to make cake pops in our last article, it’s now time to have some fun and decorate our Easter Cake Pops! This is where you get to use your imagination and creativity. The most popular designs for Easter Cake Pops are the Easter…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Mar 16, 2013  
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The Best Cake Decorating Equipment
Many cake decorators and bakers put their pride into the masterpieces they have made using the best cake decorating equipment there is available. If you could be able to whip up the best cake, it is already a great achievement to most bakers. The main reason for this is the…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Apr 14, 2011  
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Why Soup is Always Better In French Onion Soup Bowls
Over the years, soup has moved away from being served in traditional French onion soup bowls. Soup is now served in cereal bowls, coffee cups and glass dessert dishes. Find out the reasons why French onion soup bowls help you enjoy soup more and easiest way to make traditional French…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Jul 08, 2011  
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Grill Store Dallas Tx: Cooking the Perfect Steak - - Part 1
Once you’ve found your grill of choice from a grill store Dallas TX, how do you get the perfect steak? That’s a question that has eluded even the most dedicated “grill warriors” for a long time, but you can offer up a perfect steak to your guests just like any…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Mar 29, 2016  
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Making Delicious Hamburgers
Have you ever wanted to know how to make delicious hamburgers on the charcoal grill? One key is the hotter the coals the better Type of charcoal to use It is preferred to use lump charcoal – the difference between lump charcoal and briquettes is significant - lump charcoal burns…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Aug 29, 2012  
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Kitchen Knives - Some Ways to Sharpen Them
If you want to succeed in the kitchen everyone knows that it is a must to have sharp knives. Sharpening Steel I have a farming friend who keeps all his knives so sharp that you can cut paper on the side with them. He uses a plain straight forward sharpening…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Mar 20, 2014  
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What is Induction Cooking?
Induction cooking is a way of cooking that is, well, done on an induction stove or cook top. These cook tops look similar in appearance to any flat top stove, but with one large difference. The heat is transferred by an electromagnetic field directly into the cookware itself. Although the…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Jan 05, 2012  
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The Charcoal Grill is Supreme
Before fancy propane gas grills became available folks made use of charcoal to produce their favorite great smoky taste once the summer months started. Charcoal grills are becoming to some extent lost in the excitement over propane items that offer a hassle-free cooking experience. But people who adore real barbecue…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Feb 24, 2011  
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Italian Cooking In American Kitchens
Most of us have found some sort of Italian cuisine that has become a favorite for our families and ourselves. Unfortunately, far too many of us discount the possibility of bringing Italian cooking into our very own kitchens for fear that many of the recipes are far too difficult. The…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Jun 27, 2015  
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Paleo Diet Food List Pt2
As promised, here is the continuation of the Paleo diet food list. In my last article I gave you some list of foods that you can eat. Let me tell you, when it come to the fruits and veggies you can eat as much as you want. I would portion…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Feb 20, 2012  
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Impromptu Easter cake pops
It looked like being a quiet weekend in our household so we decided to visit my sister in law on the other side of town. Somehow we got talking about Easter cake pops and on the spur of the moment we decided to bake some impromptu Easter cake pops, much…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Mar 16, 2013  
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Cutting Homemade Bread? Use Your Loaf!
Cutting homemade bread into level slices when it’s still warm and tastes utterly divine is an exercise in futility, with the squashed triangular remains of what was a handsome loaf all that remains when you’ve done. Sound familiar? Then read on because there is a solution that won’t whip you…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Nov 15, 2013  
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Santoku And Chefs Knives – You Need at Least One
Santoku and chefs knives are the most versatile knives any one could own. Both are the basic knife someone who barely cooks should own and are the most used knives of more advanced and professional cooks. Find out more about the characteristics of Santoku and chef’s knives and review the…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Jul 08, 2011  
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