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Common cooking methods for the liver and the kidney are sautéing, grilling, and frying. Some are poached and seared. Learn to cook and eat home-cooked Asian foods. Quick and easy to cook dishes.
A thorough, user-friendly guide to making pasta at-home, complete with ingredient recommendations and detailed instructions.
Have you ever seen white stuff (or "goo" as some people call it) coming out of the meat of the salmon after you have cooked it? What is it? And is it normal? And more importantly, is it edible? In short ... The white stuff is normal and edible...
Learn how to make mini cheesecakes of several different varieties in a step by step method. These are easy to make and so delicious.
Tips on how to poach chicken legs and a whole chicken that the meat is served moist, tender and delicious, rather than dry, tough and inedible. Page includes recipes and serving suggestions.
Is there anything better than a perfectly ripe peach? Follow these easy directions for freezing peaches, and you can enjoy that incredible goodness all year long!
Au jus -- the real, homemade au jus -- is actually a simple matter, and so easy to do at home. Check out how easy it is to get this liquid culinary gold yourself, and for little money and less effort!
Making and freezing your own fresh fruit juice is easy. Not only is it cheaper than store-bought, it's free from preservatives and additives. Here's how to do it.
Old Fashioned Recipes handed down from Generation to Generation are becoming increasingly difficult to find. I searched and searched for this one until I gave up and recreated my own. I think you will agree that it is amazingly close to the lard bread from your youth. Please follow us as we...