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Baking Classics: Miniature Buttermilk Carrot Muffins

Baking Classics  The Technique  Miniature Buttermilk Carrot Muffins  One good recipe has the potential to deliver all sorts of baking possibilities. Miniature Buttermilk Carrot Muffins takes a cue from Petite Buttermilk Carrot Cake & Mini Buttermilk Carrot Cake Loaves but without the glaze making them ideal to offer for breakfast or to accompany with salads. […]

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The Basics: Oats

Baking Essentials The Profile Oats Oats, more formally known as Avena sativa, are a whole grain cereal grain prized for its seed that may be found in a variety of forms. Typically considered too long to cook, oat groats are usually broken down to create a variety of options including rolled, crushed, steel cut, quick […]

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Rebecca Gordon’s Cooking Class: Lesson No. 10 Sugar

Rebecca Gordon’s Cooking Class Cooking & Baking Skills Lesson No. 10 Sugar The Objective: Today’s lesson focuses on sugar & the valuable role it plays in baking applications ranging from cookies & candies to cakes & pastries. Learn about the standard types available & how to put them to use for your holiday baking projects. […]

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Cooking Classics: Entomatadas

Cooking Classics The Technique Entomatadas There are a few ways by which classic Mexican entomatadas may be prepared. The dish consists of flash cooked corn tortillas that have been dipped in a flavorful salsa made with tomatoes, onion, garlic & peppers, then they are filled with meat & topped with fresh herbs, cheese or other […]

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Cooking Classics: Huevos Ahogados

Cooking Classics The Technique Huevos Ahogados Huevos Ahogados are basically eggs that have been poached in a brothy salsa. There are many variations on this concept where as the peppers may be swapped for dried favorites such as guajillos or chile de arbol while fresh cilantro & a smattering of queso fresco may be sprinkled […]

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Cooking Classics: Machaca Con Huevos

Cooking Classics The Technique Machaca Con Huevos Machaca Con Huevos which translates to shredded with eggs is a traditional dish of scrambled eggs made with a particular dried beef that originated in the Nuevo Leon region of northern Mexico. The meat is often compared to beef jerky however it’s made without seasonings, smoke flavoring or heat […]

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Cooking Classics: Huevos Rancheros

Cooking Classics The Technique Huevos Rancheros Traditionally served as a farm-style mid morning meal, Huevos Rancheros is one of the most iconic Mexican recipes that consists of Sunny Side Up Eggs, Salsa Fresca & Homemade Corn Tortillas although commercial will work just fine & are used to illustrate this particular recipe application. Charring tortillas is one of […]

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The Essential Guide To Classic Mexican Breakfast & Egg Dishes

Cooking Essentials  The Profile The Essential Guide To Classic Mexican Breakfast & Egg Dishes Eggs have long been ingredient staples in many cuisines. They are wonderful binding agents, add rich taste to recipes & may serve as side dishes or main dishes. Eggs are also known to be a nutritionally sound food that contain good […]

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