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The interesting history of Lancashire hotpot

13th July 2010
Lancashire is non-metropolitan city of historic origin in the North West of England. It inherits its name from the city of Lancaster, and is sometimes known as the Country of Lancaster. It has a long and diversified agricultural and industrial history, wh... Read >
Author: John Smith

The importance of Kitchen Appliances

24th May 2010
The kitchen appliance is a very important constituent of the kitchen. It is a utility no kitchen can do without. The kitchen being the most used place in the house opens up the option for appliances that cater to a wide range of services. The cooker oven ... Read >
Author: Arador Orellana

A Closer Look at the History of the Crock Pot

03rd November 2009
by KC Kudra Crock-pots... almost everyone has one, but do they use them? Many just stay in the cupboard, completely underused. Slow cooking has been used for hundreds of years to get the most out of food, but it used to be a lot more work than it is to... Read >
Author: KC Kudra

The pros and cons of cast iron cookware

19th July 2009
The use of cast-iron for cooking goes back over 2500 years albeit in Europe countries such as the UK have only used it for about 1000 years after it became popular when folk realised that complete pots with handles could be made using molten metal poured ... Read >
Author: skember

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

Lebanese Garlic Lemon Chicken

29th January 2007
Here is a delicious chicken recipe that comes from Lebanon. This, easy to make, chicken recipe does not rely upon complicated ingredients and techniques. The only tick to give you a tasty dinner that your family will enjoy is the slow cooking and the spec... Read >
Author: David Slone
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