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Spanish Food history

18th April 2012
The roots of Spanish food and its history is colorful and littered with the many periods of history and communication between countries. Influenced by several different cultures that ruled and lived in the country. The excellent geographical location of S... Read >
Author: hCourtneyBruces

Saffron: It's Everyday Use

29th September 2011
Saffron, besides being one of the most exotic and commonly used spices is also the world’s most expensive spice. This has something to do with the fact that in each flower there is only 3 saffron threads. On top of that the only way to extract them is by ... Read >
Author: apg1021

Spanish Meals How to Make Spanish Chorizo Sausage

06th April 2011
Chorizo is that wonderfully tasty sausage to be found and appreciated all over Spain. There are numerous various ones, each Spanish family getting its individual particular favorite but, basically, they drop into two various types... fresh chorizo, which ... Read >
Author: randalso45

Zucchini Soup Recipes

30th March 2011
Zucchini is my favorite vegetable (it's a fruit i know..... :-) ) I Looked For Zucchini Soup Recipes all over the and found a lot of them. i made a list of the most "good looking" recipes and i want to share it with you after i cooked them my self and enj... Read >
Author: zvikak

5 Great Side Dishes to Serve with Duck

18th February 2011
A very sophisticated, delicious main course to serve during a dinner party is duck. And you can truly appreciate duck only with a side dish that enhance the savor of duck meat. If you intend to cook a duck for your guests or for your family, you need to p... Read >
Author: Jamie

Smoked Boston Pork Butt Recipe

07th April 2010
Ingredients 1 6-8 lb. Boston Pork Butt 1/4 cup ground black pepper 1/4 cup paprika 1/4 cup turbinado sugar 2 tablespoons salt 2 teaspoons dry mustard 1 teaspoon cayenne Preparation In old Southern slang, "Mr. Brown" in the dark outside pa... Read >
Author: Lewis Theakston

time management in the Kitchen

18th November 2009
The key to better cooking at home is efficiency at your kitchen. Planning, preparation and organization are all part of any successful chef's arsenal in creating the top-most meals whether at home or at a busy hotel restaurant.Better, hotter and fresher d... Read >
Author: Pie Nimb

Things to enjoy in Lucban Quezon Philippines

24th September 2009
Are you planning to have a vacation, Philippines is still one of the best tropical countries in Asia to have some rest and recreation. Lucban in the Quezon province is a small town in the southeastern part of Manila roughly 150 miles in distance; it is si... Read >
Author: tg

Make Cheap Carp Fishing Baits Using Robin Red Plus Cheaper Stimulatory Ingredients!

19th June 2009
Robin Red is a legendary additive whose components are not all fully known but certainly turn carp on! I have used extracts of and versions of this product over the decades for repeated big carp success and saved myself a fortune into the bargain by makin... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson

What To Do With Your Left Over Veal

28th April 2009
Veal Rolls.--The portion of a veal roast that remains after it has been served hot can be combined with dressing to make veal rolls, a dish that will be a pleasing change from the usual cold sliced meat. To make veal rolls, slice the veal and into eac... Read >
Author: Joseph Silva

The top 10 spices every kitchen needs!

05th September 2008
Whether you are a bachelor with no personal chef or you are like my sister who is still trying to learn how to cook for her family or somewhere in between, you need certain spices to make your kitchen work. Here is a short list of the top 10 spices I coul... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

What Does Gourmet or Gourmand Really Mean?

30th November 2006
What Does Gourmet or Gourmand Really Mean? What does gourmet or gourmand really mean? According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the definition of Gourmet is: A connoisseur of food and drink. The definition of Gourmand is: 1: one who is excessively f... Read >
Author: Michael Kranitz

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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