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Category "Recipes"

How to make flavored olive oil?

How to make flavored olive oil?

This article presents a step-by-step guide to the perfect flavoured Olive Oil. Fresh herbs or dried thyme, basil or garlic can be added to Olive Oil. Here, you can learn how to prepare it just right and from the comfort of home.
The types of cabbage recipes

The types of cabbage recipes

Cabbage is a healthy, inexpensive vegetable that is easy to grow and widely available at various grocers. There are many recipes for cabbage including braised, broiled, and pickled cabbage dishes. There are many types of this leafy vegetable including green, red, savor cabbage, and napa (Chinese) cabbage. Corned beef and cabbage, coleslaw, and cabbage rolls are all common dishes that have been popular for generations. This article show you how to make these recipes.
A guide to chicken dinner recipes

A guide to chicken dinner recipes

Chicken is one of the most popular ingredients around. It is low in fat and high in protein, and the smell of a roasting chicken is instantly comforting. However, because it is so popular, we sometimes need inspiration for new recipes for dinner. This article will show you some simple chicken dishes to extend your repertoire.
The types of vegetarian dishes

The types of vegetarian dishes

There are many types of vegetarian dishes today that are not only nutritious, but satisfying enough to please any palette and fill the hungriest tummies. Vegetable dishes appeal to people with many different diets including meat-eaters and people striving to lose weight. Veggie dishes are also a great way to stretch your budget since meat tends to be more expensive. This article offers two great vegetarian recipes to enjoy.
A guide to easy vegetarian recipes

A guide to easy vegetarian recipes

With the high incidents of obesity and the increase in heart disease these days, vegetarian recipes have gradually taken off. Now, even die-hard carnivores have taken to the notion of going 'vegan'. This article provides you with some quick, easy and more importantly, delicious vegetarian recipes that will leave you filled but not bloated and uncomfortable. Let's get cooking!
How to make gravy?

How to make gravy?

Gravy is known as the sauce that can be made from meat or vegetables, often used as an accompaniment to roast beef or mashed potatoes. Making your own gravy is a fairly easy task. Once you have mastered the simple steps needed to accomplish this, you will not want to return to using the instant alternatives like Oxo gravy.
Understanding food standards

Understanding food standards

Food standards are an important part of ensuring that the food sold in supermarkets is healthy and safe for consumption. Laws are in place to ensure that businesses in the food industry are selling and providing foods which have not been tampered with in any way and are fit for humans to eat. This article provides you with a general overview of food standards.
Recipe ideas for using turnip greens

Recipe ideas for using turnip greens

If you are growing your own vegetable, then you might as well make the most of all of your crops. Turnip tops, also known as turnip greens, shouldn't be thrown away with the compost - the turnip has a lot more to offer than its root. Read this article to learn about recipe ideas for using turnip greens.
Three variations of food network recipes

Three variations of food network recipes

The FoodNetwork, founded in 1993, may owe its inspiration to the late, great Julia Child and her popular cooking shows. FoodTV offers how-tos, reality TV, ideas for food gifts and more. A recipe featured on Food Network was "Rump Steaks Braised with Mushrooms and Onions and Porter Sauce" by Robert Irvine. Trace this recipe through time to 1859, 1764 and the Middle Ages.
A guide to cooking quinoa

A guide to cooking quinoa

Quinoa is a grain that grows 10,000 to 20,000 feet above the level of the sea. It has been grown for 5000 years in the Andes. The grain experienced a revival in 1970. Not only known for its nutritional benefits, quinoa has been famous for its medicinal benefits as well, such as being used for a compress, treating motion and altitude sickness. You can cook quinoa and enjoy this ages-old grain.
A guide to cooking for kids

A guide to cooking for kids

Cooking for and with kids can be great fun. There are lots of ideas that you can put together and can get really creative. However, there are times that cooking can become difficult, especially when you are unsure of what foods you can use in the meals.
Great ideas from America's Test Kitchen

Great ideas from America's Test Kitchen

America's Test Kitchen, which is filmed in Cook's Country Farmhouse, showcases great ideas for recipes. Whether on TV or the Cooks Illustrated magazine, you will be able to find out how to cook some delicious meals. This article also includes some great recipes from the kitchen.
Brain food: The facts

Brain food: The facts

The food we eat directly affects the way we perform and influences how we learn, how we communicate and how we concentrate. That's why it is is imperative to eat the right kind of food and boost your brain power.