All Blog Posts Tagged 'cooking' (118)

Things I've Learned This Week

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** Cooking would be so much more enjoyable if someone did it for me.



** No matter the question, duct tape is ALWAYS the answer.



** I'm apparently a…

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Added by Jennifer Marshall on June 20, 2014 at 1:23pm — 1 Comment

I know what's for dinner

My son and I are laying on the floor of the living room, looking through cookbooks. I am looking through a cookbook that my mother gave me ages ago and I haven't fully explored yet; he is looking through one with Cookie Monster on the cover (because Cookie Monster is cool).…

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Added by Lauren Markman on May 7, 2014 at 6:49am — 2 Comments

Has the Internet Made Me Too Busy to Cook?

When I was a kid, I had the kind of mother who would make cooking a big family event. We'd all get stuck in, slicing potatoes, cracking eggs, whipping up some unholy concoction in a bowl bigger than our heads. It was a great environment and soon the kitchen became a place of real community and laughter. The only time arguments occurred was when we were baking and everyone wanted to lick the batter out of the bowl at the end. There was a strict rota system for bowl-licking and an even…

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Added by Emily Buchanan on February 20, 2014 at 6:00am — No Comments

Things I've Learned This Week

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** The weatherman seems to be telling us all to go back to our warm beds until April.

** It would be AWESOME if I was the octopus my children seem to think I am.

** When you tell your husband to pick up "holiday-ish" paper plates at the grocery store, you evidently need to…

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Added by Jennifer Marshall on December 13, 2013 at 12:56pm — No Comments

Mrs. Fields Bakeware Giveaway

Enter to win Mrs. Fields Bakeware! 

http://beautifulinspiringgoddess.com/love-cooking-company-and-mrs-fields-giveaway/…

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Added by Victoria Sconion on October 19, 2013 at 3:29pm — No Comments

Honey Soy Tilapia

http://www.thepiggytoes.com/2013/03/28/honey-soy-tilapia/

I found this recipe on All Recipes in a last minute search for a different kind of flavor instead of my go-to ‘Parmesan Tilapia’.  While I could have just posted the link and called it a day, I of course didn’t follow all of their directions and…

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Added by Angelique Lorence on March 28, 2013 at 7:17pm — No Comments

Pretzel Crusted Cod - Toddler Friendly!

http://www.thepiggytoes.com/2013/02/22/pretzel-crusted-cod/

Cod isn’t a fish I cook with often but I have no clue why!  It’s filling, hearty and delicious.  After making this dish, Cod will definitely be in the mix!  When I came home from the grocery store with my ‘new’ found fish, I put a post on Facebook requesting an easy, fast & flavorful recipe!  Of course, my lovelies (many…

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Added by Angelique Lorence on February 22, 2013 at 2:13pm — No Comments

Oh, How I Hate to Cook!

I have a confession to make.  Cooking is not one of my favorite things to do.  In fact, I really kind of hate it.  OK, maybe hate is a bit strong.  I mean, it’s not as bad as scrubbing the shower floor or putting clean sheets back on the beds (raise your hand if you hate dealing with fitted sheets).  But those…

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Added by Penny Roach on February 21, 2013 at 1:51pm — No Comments

It's Christmas Eve, Don't Be A Wal-Mart Person

Shopping last minute has it's downside. Last minute shopping at Wal-Mart is just plain horrific.  This is my story about December 23rd at a local Wal-Mart. I saw shoplifting, child abuse, butt cracks...

http://breezysmommy.blogspot.com/2012/12/its-christmas-eve-dont-be-wal-mart.html

It kind of just sucks the Christmas Spirit right out of a person. Why does Wal-Mart…

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Added by Megan Lynch on January 11, 2013 at 3:15pm — No Comments

Christmas Breakfast Tradition: Monkey Bread

I love that our little family now has a few traditions throughout the year and this is one of them!  Monkey Bread.  I only make it one time a year; on Christmas morning and this year I am especially excited for it (probably bc I’m pregnant and have been craaaaving it since December 1st!)

Monkey Bread is prepared on Christmas Eve and left sitting out on the counter until morning.  Then, all you have to do when you wake is pop it in the oven, set a timer, and voila!  20 minutes…

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Added by Angelique Lorence on December 20, 2012 at 3:44pm — No Comments

beet soup (otherwise known as borscht)

as a wife to a polish man, i’m quite familiar with this traditional eastern european staple.

it’s a soup made of beets. yes, you read correctly–beets. i remember the first time i was introduced to it. i thought it was strange yet very interesting. in my hispanic culture, beets are eaten on their own with a vinaigrette dressing or sometimes incorporated into potato salads. then i tasted this, and i instantly fell in love. my…

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Added by Raquel Molczan on December 4, 2012 at 1:05am — No Comments

Try a Different Kind of Turkey This Thanksgiving!

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Happy Thanksgiving to you all! If you fancy trying a different kind of Turkey this year, I've got a recipe for you from my new cookbook A Gluten Free Taste of Turkey...

Lentil and Rocket Soup…
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Added by Sibel Hodge on November 24, 2012 at 1:00am — No Comments

A Gluten Free Taste of Turkey Lanch - Win Ebooks and Amazon Gift Card!





My new recipe book A Gluten Free Taste of Turkey is finally available in ebook format, and in celebration of the launch I'm having a super fab giveaway for you!


About A Gluten Free Taste of Turkey...




If you’re suffering from coeliac disease, gluten and wheat sensitivity, or you simply want to sample delicious and healthy Turkish food,…
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Added by Sibel Hodge on November 4, 2012 at 3:51am — No Comments

The Diet du Jour: Dukan

The Succulent Wife’s note: We are always wary of the latest diet fad and never pay much attention, but friends and family members seem to be raving about this particular diet. Really. Firsthand accounts. So we decided to take a closer – and scientific – look by asking our very own Dr. T to weigh on the merit of Dukan’s approach. Seems valid but, of course,…

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Added by The Succulent Wife on August 30, 2012 at 12:50pm — No Comments

Cheesecake Filled Strawberries

Via Google…
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Added by Melissa Kandah on August 28, 2012 at 9:51am — 2 Comments

Homemade Dog Cookies

It's been four years since we said goodbye to our buddy, Scout, (aka Scooter-booter, Bubba, Boo, Smunchy Munchy Pants, and many more) after a cruel but swift bout of bone cancer.…

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Added by Amy Moriarta on August 13, 2012 at 8:04pm — No Comments

Choose Healthy Cooking Oil for your Family

Supermarkets today are flooded with several brands and varieties of cooking oils.All oils have different characteristics like nutritional properties,smoking point and culinary uses.Irrespective of your preference,it is always advisable to choose liquid fat over solid fats like butter and margarine.



Oil Fats

  • Saturated Fats-These fats increase the levels of total cholesterol and LDL which is the bad cholesterol.This allows fat to…
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Added by Sunita P on May 25, 2012 at 11:49am — No Comments

Please to Meet Myself

Raised to believe that a man needed to look after a woman and that, as her mother used to tell her, ‘single women have no status’, Philippa Sklaar felt that any man was better than no man. If a man looked after her, she owed him. So, for financial security and, admittedly, her relationship addiction, Philippa tolerated abuse, became whoever her husband wanted her to be and lost herself along the way. Her book,…

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Added by The Succulent Wife on March 30, 2012 at 6:30pm — No Comments

Creative Cooking for the Global Kitchen - Chef David Jean Marteau

Creative Cooking for the Global Kitchen – Review by Martha  A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat; Think With Your Taste Buds; A Book and  A Dish

Lunch is served.  Our first course will be Saffron Soup with seafood, beautifully served in a whisky glass with a side of spicy…
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Added by Martha A. Cheves on March 25, 2012 at 3:56pm — No Comments

Save Money and Time with these Cooking and Storing Tips!

I grew up in a household where meals were prepared daily, well, except for Taco Fridays, and the fridge was always stocked with fresh food.  There was however, one area of the fridge that was constantly neglected; the fruit and veggie tray (aka the “bottomless pit”). Sure, there was fresh produce on the top layer, but if you dug deep enough there was always a fruit or veggie or two lingering, transforming into mush, and growing fur.  And so, just as grocery shopping was done bi-weekly, so…

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Added by Lisa Codina on March 16, 2012 at 8:20pm — No Comments

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