Currently Browsing: Cooking tips

Basic Cooking Skills & Tips to Know from Tasting Table

By Brenda C. Hill When Maralyn and I were writing our first two culinary books, we interviewed over a hundred chefs from around the world. We always asked them  what was their favorite kitchen tool. And, for a tip for other cooks and chefs, we think these tips from the Tasting Table are worth repeating....

Top tips to make delicious hiking food using a dehydrator

An effective and great way of eating well on a backpacking or hiking trip is by dehydrating the meals which you’ve prepared at home. Most people are normally scared by the sheer thought of dehydrating meals for their bushwalking trip. Nonetheless, as long as you know how to do it, you shouldn’t have a...

Breakfast Cereals: Friend or Foe?

By Alma Beatrice When it comes to children’s breakfast, Mums are focused on providing their kids with a quick, tasty and nutritionally well-balanced option in order to make them stay fuelled and energized up until lunchtime. For many years now, breakfast cereals have become the fast and easy choice for many...

A Picnic in Mason Jars

By Patricia Miller Summer’s longer days and warm weather is a perfect time to go exploring.   For some family’s, the challenge is having summer fun without breaking the bank.  Taking a family out for the day and then feeding them can get very expensive. Fortunately,  Summer is also the perfect time to...

Different Types of Flour and Their Uses

Most people describe flour as a fine powder made from wheat and used in cooking. However, depending on the wheat variety and blending processes, you can get a variety of options for flour. Thus, make different recipes from various types of flour. The different kinds of flour available in stores are as given...

Kashmiri Kahwah (Tea) Recipe

By Debashis Das Kahwah (Urdu: قہوہ‎, also transliterated qehwa, kehwa or kahwa) is a traditional green tea preparation consumed in Afghanistan, northern Pakistan, some regions of Central Asia as well as the Kashmir Valley. In Pakistan, it is made in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit-Baltistan regions. It is...

Tips For Success In Baking Perfect Cakes

Light and fluffy, home-made cake is not as easy as it sounds, which is why it can’t be baked by everyone. The desire to do it properly is most important, of course, but still – there are some “secrets” and tips that will provide you with success when it is time to bake a cake. Ingredients The first secret...

A Perfect How-To Guide For Real Smart, Foodie Moms

Author Lisa Barrangou’s “RealSmart Baby Food” Released As An eBook In Time For Mother’s Day RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA – As a food scientist who previously worked for three different Fortune 500 food companies, Lisa Barrangou knows first-hand what processed food truly is. When she had her first child, she knew...

AMAZINGLY GOOD, INCREDIBLY EASY AND REMARKABLY INEXPENSIVE RECIPES

Author Karina Ann Betlem’s Cookbook “From the Kitchens of Pancho Villa” Teaches the Handed-down Secrets of Local Mexican Cooks PANCHO VILLA, MX – Written in support of the hardworking and compassionate people of Colonia Pancho Villa comes Betlem’s delicious selection of recipes representing the history and...

Cooking Vacations and Recipes, Formaggio Con Le Pere, Chicken Cacciatore, Tuscan Biscotti, and more

This is a newsletter from Cooking Vacations. I would encourage you to sign up on their website. Mangiare Bene Fresh Recipes, New Kitchen Ideas, Food News & Fun Things To Do In Sunny Italy Today is 27C in Positano that’s just about 79F. Visitors are on the beach and bathing in the sea and there was even an...

« Older Entries