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All the Butter Facts From Culinary School in Baltimore

16th October 2012
There are a lot more butter facts than salted versus unsalted. This a question often asked of me. “Should I use salted or unsalted butter in my cooking”? Of course, it depends on the application, but there is so much more to consider when using this co... Read >
Author: cheftoddM

Kids within the Cooking area: Cooking Games

07th July 2011
Teaching kids to cook gives them a skill they could use with the relaxation of their life and instills in them the confidence of understanding that they are able to look after on their own.But, realizing the best way to adhere to a recipe is not identical... Read >
Author: Rafael Lindsey

How Big is a Standard Size Microwave?

24th November 2010
With so many different kinds of microwaves to choose from, many consumers have a hard time figuring out what kind of microwave will best suit their needs. In today's market, there are a lot of different models designed to fit a variety of cooking-needs, a... Read >
Author: Odis

Oil used in Kurkure

29th October 2009
Kurkure is the healthiest of snacks available because of natural home-made ingredients in it. But what is even more healthy and nutritious about this modern-age snack is the quality of oil. Kurkure is made in rice bran oil, the healthy oil, naturally high... Read >
Author: arunraj v.s.

How to Cook Boneless Top Sirloin Steak - Ways to Cook a Sirloin Steak

02nd July 2009
Cooking Sirloin Steak can be quite fun and delicious when you are educated on exactly how to do it the right way. For whatever the reason there are times when grilling steaks outdoors is not an option. There are many different ways to cook a sirloin steak... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Cook Flank Steak - What is the best way to Cook Flank Steak?

02nd July 2009
This article goes into detail about what is flank steak and a good guide on how to bake or broil this particular steak. Many people we have come across have asked where does flank steak come from or what part of the cow does flank steak come from. The fla... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

The Origins And Influences Of Traditional Gourmet French Foods

15th June 2009
Traditional French food has a global reputation for being both extremely palatable and highly distinctive. The French have always been known for their attention to detail and the care taken over even relatively basic recipes. The very words 'French' and '... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

How To Become A Better Chef

13th March 2009
Cooking is the process of using heat to prepare foods for consumption. Many common cooking methods involve the use of oil. Frying is cooking in hot oil, sautéing is cooking in a small amount of oil, stir-frying is a Chinese technique of frying quickly in... Read >
Author: Jill Sabato

Trouble With Digesting Nuts

07th January 2008
How to Digest Nuts Better: Behind the Scenes Salting, roasting, toasting, soaking - what helps, what hinders and why do so many people have problems with eating nuts? Here is a step by step breakdown of the digestive process, and how nuts are impacted ... Read >
Author: Matty Byloos
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