We all know about “Foodies”. People who are so obsessed with all the new crazes in food out there that most of them have never even seen a real home cooked meal. Have you noticed how recipe shows have you using either special cookware, white pepper, sea salt or other stuff like that? This is not the only way these recipes can be prepared. You don’t have to have white pepper or sea salt to Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for July, 2011
Every family has that one favorite chef that always served up delicious, hearty dishes at family gatherings and holiday celebrations. That person is often Grandma. With the current rise of processed foods and microwave recipes, it is easy to forget the magic of that downhome cooking. We can’t share secret family recipes, but follow these tips to cook the way your grandmother cooked and become the new favorite chef in the family.
Focus on Ingredients
Your grandmother most likely did not use processed foods Read the rest of this entry »
You don’t have to be a gourmet chef to enjoy cooking at home. Too often, potential cooks are bogged down by complicated recipes, expensive ingredients and a lack of fancy appliances. Fortunately, none of those things are needed to cook delicious and healthy meals at home. Follow these common sense tips to make cooking simple and enjoy the process.
Never run out of a key ingredient by stocking up on kitchen basics. Shop for common recipe ingredients like milk, eggs, butter, salt, flour and sugar. Take inventory of Read the rest of this entry »
Just imagine being able to fix a great meal for your family and not spend hours in the kitchen preparing it. Spend time with your family before the meal, not just at the table as the food is being consumed. There are plenty of tips and tricks to help you do just that.
For instance you could do once a month cooking where you cook multiple meals all at once and then freeze them, so you can have a great meal each night Read the rest of this entry »