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Make Sauerkraut Juice At Home

15th June 2012
Because it stimulates the immune system, and prevents cancer growth, particularly in the breast, colon, lung and liver, before breakfast, we recommend a small glass of sauerkraut juice, 125 ml, on an empty stomach. A second glass in the evening is good, t... Read >
Author: Terry Chestnutt

How to Prepare Mirepoix Vegetables

29th June 2011
Mirepoix vegetables are an essential part of French cuisine. Mirepoix is a combination of finely chopped onions, carrots and celery, with a proportion of 50% onions, 25% celery and 25% carrots, which is used to add aroma and flavor to soups, stocks and ot... Read >
Author: jim Atilson

Five Cooking Tools Each Newbie Chef Should Have

10th June 2011
Numerous food-obsessed people consider they will need to have a kitchen complete of all the newest appliances and fancy kitchen tools. If you watch a common hour of television on certain cable channels, you're most likely to see a quantity of commercials ... Read >
Author: Denis Bradshaw

Bill Damuth - This 3D printer would make edible food

07th March 2011
A 3D meals printer seems like one thing out of Star Trek, but it's not out of this globe. It's up and running at the French Culinary Institute in Manhattan -- and in five years, it could be in your residence.As element of a venture at Cornell University, ... Read >
Author: Bill Damuth

End Grain Versus Edge or Face Grain Cutting Boards

22nd September 2010
End-Grain Construction also know as butcher block This type of board helps maintain the sharpness of your knives because the blocks are glued in such a manner that keeps the wood fibers parallel to the direction of the cut. Instead of your knife cutting... Read >
Author: Tim Russell

Stunning Chinese Koi Fish Tattoo Designs: More than just a piece of art but a Fortune

09th August 2010
Koi fish tattoos are as popular these days as the animal they represent. Designs are with splashing water, cherry blossom and lotus flowers. The Koi or "dragon fish "signifies the king of all fish in China. Its imagery is shared to the Japanese. The Chine... Read >
Author: rudymiller

Countertop Materials and their Advantages and Disadvantages

02nd February 2010
If you want to build a new house or expand your kitchen, the right choice of countertop material is a vital component to enjoy more cooking hours. Kitchen countertops can create a considerable difference on your home's value and the right choice of m... Read >
Author: sonnix

Protecting and restoring granite countertops damages by hot pans

31st August 2009
Granite is an extremely strong element in nature. It is having high resistant from cuts and scratches. It can hold out even at extreme temperatures. However, the granite countertops, which are used in kitchen, can be affected by the high temperature from ... Read >
Author: Muthukumar

How to Avoid Salmonella When Preparing Chicken

13th February 2009
Recently, the risks of Salmonella, in particular from eating chicken, have been mentioned so much on TV most people would have thought that incidences of infection to have reduced to almost zero. Sadly this is not what has happened. For regular chicken ea... Read >
Author: rwakefield

Smoked Chicken Breasts in Ham and Chicken Handling Safety

28th November 2006
4 ea Large chicken breasts 1/4 ts Chili powder Skinned and boned 1/4 c Flour 1/2 ts Garlic salt 2/3 c White wine 1/2 ts Paprika 1/2 lb Thin sliced baked ham Cut chicken breasts into strips about 1" wide. Place in smoker and smoke for approxim... Read >
Author: Lina Swanson
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