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Cooking Classics: Peanut Pesto

Cooking Classics The Technique Peanut Pesto  Rocketing up & over herb containers with the promise of well seasoned goodness, August has always been particularly fond of basil. Naturally, pesto is a wonderful way to make the most of your plentiful bounty. Peanut Pesto is a gardeners dream offering quick supper solutions as life gets busier once again. […]

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25 Summer-Fresh Recipes With Homegrown Tomatoes

Cooking Essentials The Profile 25 Summer-Fresh Recipes With Homegrown Tomatoes If you started a vegetable garden in the spring, you’re more than likely harvesting goodies daily for use in all sorts of delicious dishes. Homegrown tomatoes have long been coveted gems in the South as they may be added to everything from appetizers & salads […]

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The Basics: Citrus Reamer

Cooking & Baking Essentials The Technique Citrus Reamer A citrus reamer is such a valuable tool in the kitchen as it may be used to extract a small or large amount of juice from fruits ranging from lemons & limes to tangerines, oranges & so much more. Although there are many sizes from which to […]

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Baking Classics: Buttermilk-Molasses Multigrain Bread

Baking Classics The Technique Buttermilk-Molasses Multigrain Bead Buttermilk-Molasses Multigrain Bread is a healthy choice for salads, sandwiches & soup. Generally speaking, multigrain breads may consist of a combination of ingredients ranging from oats, whole wheat & rye flours to seeds such as chia, poppy, flax & quinoa just to name a few. Expect the texture of these […]

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The Basics: Romaine Lettuce

Cooking Essentials The Technique Romaine Lettuce Romaine lettuce, also known as cos lettuce, is a heat tolerant variety grown on stalks. It adds wonderful texture to salads & sandwiches due to its crisp bite. Although many greens may be used, romaine lettuce is the traditional choice for making a Caesar salad & since its a sturdy […]

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Cooking Classics: Grilled Chicken

Cooking Classics The Technique  Grilled Chicken Grilled chicken breasts may be used for all sorts of quality meal solutions. When the need to cook often arises, always plan to prepare enough for several meal options. This will save valuable time for you in the future. Some may be eaten right away when served with honey […]

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Rebecca Gordon’s Cooking Class: Lesson No. 7 Chicken Breasts

Rebecca Gordon’s Cooking Class Cooking Skills Lesson No. 7 Chicken Breasts The Objective: Today’s lesson focuses on chicken breasts & the valuable role they play in a variety of cooking applications ranging from main dish dinner solutions & homemade soups to appetizers & sandwiches. You may have recently picked up several packages of boneless, skinless […]

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Cooking Classics: Avocado Toast

Cooking Classics The Technique  Avocado Toast Knowing when an avocado is ripe is the first step to making any recipe you would like to prepare with this nutrient dense fruit. Avocados are generally sold according to the current demand & may be found in varying degrees of ripeness. Some, such as the Hass variety, may showcase […]

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