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What To Look For In Cooking Schools

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

As they say, the greatest way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Is it any wonder why most women painstakingly toil and learn the art of cooking? Hence, most people who know how to cook would normally teach the others who do not know. They started having some sessions with every dish being […]

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What’s So Great About Slow Cooking Anyway?

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

As I walked through the grocery store aisles a few weeks ago, I noticed the increase in prepackaged slow cooker meals. I’ve been using my slow cooker and reaping the rewards for years, so it was no real surprise to me when others started proclaiming the benefits of cooking with a crock pot. Why did […]

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Use Your Favorite Coffee Machines To Brew For Cooking

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

If you love your cup of java then you love to try some foods that use coffee as an ingredient. Usually coffee is used in dessert, but it isn’t just used for sweet foods.  Coffee is also used in sauces for meat, in spicy chili, and even for certain kinds of pot roasts. Grinding your […]

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Turkey Cooking

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

Make sure the turkey is fully thawed as microwave thawing followed by microwave cooking crates uneven cooking. Safe storage, handling, cooking methods, and approximate cooking times for chicken. Cooking time can be reduced by as much as 30 minutes to an hour compared to traditional roasting timetable. Oven Cooking Bag Method Preparing a turkey in […]

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Trouble Free Cooking?

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

Believe it or not, trouble free cooking is a common desire around the world. Even those among us who love cooking and eating almost equally will be the first to confess that being able to cook without the worry of creating a mess, spilling, or burning would be a blessing. Truthfully speaking there really is […]

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Trends in Recipes and Cooking: Local with a Global Twist

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

Our society’s growing consciousness about the impact of our actions on the planet’s health and well-being is being felt in the kitchen. Increasingly, the trend in recipes and cooking revolves around finding ingredients that are produced locally. Home cooks are recognizing that fruit and vegetables grown in other states and other countries gobble up energy […]

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Top 3 Reasons Why you should stop cooking with propane

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

Why should you keep buying bulky and dangerous propane cylinders for your camping trips when free fuel from mother nature herself is all around you? You should stop cooking with propane for your camping trips because: Get inspired on Whats-Cooking.net #1 Propane is expensive #2 Propane cylinders are bulky to carry #3 Propane is potentially […]

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Top 15 Amazing Camping Cooking Tips

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

For some campers, camp cooking is one of the most exciting activities in a camping vacation. The thrill of putting up a menu of different sumptuous meals, of putting together ingredients, of smelling the sweet aroma of meat, seasonings and vegetables, and of seeing the satisfied look on your family after feasting on the dinner […]

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Tips on Cooking, Baking With Heart-Healthy Spreads

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on All Recipes, Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

You may already know that heart-healthy margarine spreads are great for topping foods to give them a tasty, buttery flavor. But did you know that they are good for cooking and baking, too? Get inspired on Whats-Cooking.net You may already know that heart-healthy margarine spreads are great for topping foods to give them a tasty, […]

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Tips For Cooking The Best Fajitas

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

Fajita is generally beef, chicken, pork or shrimp grilled and served on a flour tortilla with condiments. The chicken is worked with onions and bell peppers. Fajita is served to the table sizzling loudly on a metal platter with tortilla and condiments on the side. Making your lips watery? Get inspired on Whats-Cooking.net Texans would […]

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The Wonderful Tools of Cooking

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

Far too often people overlook the importance of using the proper tools when cooking fine meals. While there is nothing in the world that can quite compare to cooking with the finest and freshest of ingredients, these things can only be enhanced by making use of the perfect tools for the job at hand. Get […]

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The Principles of Scientific Cooking.

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

Proper cookery renders good food material more digestible. When scientifically done, cooking changes each of the food elements, with the exception of fats, in much the same manner as do the digestive juices, and at the same time it breaks up the food by dissolving the soluble portions, so that its elements are more readily […]

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The Other Side Of Mexican Cooking

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

High-quality bell peppers, summer squash and cucumbers may not have arrived in the farmer’s markets yet, but they’re crisp, fresh and abundant at the supermarket-and most likely imported from Mexico. Get inspired on Whats-Cooking.net Many people don’t realize that Mexico exports far more than just chiles, avocados, tomatoes, limes and other produce you think of […]

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The Joy of Cooking – IPTVRecipes.com is way beyond Julia’s kitchen

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

IPTVRecipes.com blows the doors off Ms. Child – no offense intended. Everyday more food enthusiasts, professional chefs and home cooks are uploading their videos to their 1 GB of free space (per recipe) to highlight their food selection, prep work and recipe completion for their favorite (or, new-found) dish. Get inspired on Whats-Cooking.net Once you […]

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The Cooking of Kerala

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

Kerala is situated on the South West coast of India right beside Tamil Nadu.  The capital is Cochin with its bustling harbour lined with fishing nets and home to fishing boats of all shapes and sizes. Much of the architecture has been influenced by the Chinese who traded along the coast leaving legacy of cooking […]

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March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

Obesity and related health problems are epidemic in North America. Not only are most of us eating way too much and getting little exercise, but we’re also eating very fatty foods. Even if you shun fast food restaurants and buy your food at supermarkets, it’s still almost impossible to find quick-to-fix foods that aren’t high […]

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Sweet Vidalia® Onions Take on Today’s Cooks’ Need for Speed. Southern Cooking Expert Paula Deen Shares a Favorite Quick and Easy Recipe

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

Convenience is a key concern for today’s time-pressed cooks. Less than 30 minutes preparation time, recipes with less than seven ingredients and quick-and-easy cleanup are three important issues for home cooks. Get inspired on Whats-Cooking.net Saturday Night Vidalia® Onions from Paula Deen-cookbook author, chef/ proprietor of The Lady and Sons restaurant in Savannah, Ga., and […]

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Spring cooking season is here!

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

As the weather gets warmer on the east coast, more and more people are drawn to the outdoors to enjoy some warm weather cooking. Gone are the soups, and replaced are the stews. Steak grilling? Chili Cooking? Absolutely! Listed below are some of our favorite recipe dishes as we prepare for the warm months. Barbecued […]

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Southern Cooking Brings Soul to Food

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

I was born and raised in the heart of the Deep South. From as far back as I can remember I remember long summer afternoons spent drinking iced tea and shelling peas and butterbeans on my grandmother’s porch. I have moved on from my roots and have made my way into other regions of the […]

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Some Different Ideas for Cooking Rice

March 3, 2016 / no comments, on Happiness and Cooking, In the kitchen cooking, Kitchen Utensils and Appliances, Personal Chef Training, Whats Cooking

Rice needs to be thoroughly washed. A good way to do this is to put it into a colander,  in a deep pan of water. Rub the rice well with the hands, lifting the  colander in and out the water, and changing the water until it is clear; then drain. In this way the grit […]

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