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Thanksgiving and Holidays the Way You’d Like Them

Posted on 11/20/2013 06:54:09 PM

Holidays, or so we’ve been led to believe, are times of fun, family bonding and for making memories that we will cherish through all our years. But it doesn’t always work out that way because some guests or family members just don’t observe the protocol that dictates respectful interactions ...

Tomato and crispy prosciutto bruschetta

Posted on 11/19/2013 07:39:11 PM

I like to cook Italian food, which is good because I'm married to a Sicilian and a favorite appetizer of ours is bruschetta. Since this is a 'raw' dish I don't like to add chopped garlic into the tomato mixture because to bite down on raw garlic is too overpowering and takes away the sweet ...

Autumn minestrone soup

Posted on 11/19/2013 07:36:26 PM

I haven't eaten canned soup for as long as I can remember. From what I can remember it's not very good. Despite the ad's that say 'new improved flavor' or 'lower sodium', doesn't matter, don't care. It's still salty mush to me that has been sitting in can on a shelf for months and all ...

Cranberry orange sauce

Posted on 11/19/2013 03:42:22 PM

Tis the season for cranberry's, those pretty little berries are everywhere. If you've ever been tempted while cooking to pop one of those juicy looking berries into your mouth, DON'T! You will be puckered up for some time and regret it forever.  Again, I go back to my from scratch theory, if you ...

Rosemary roasted chicken with easy gravy

Posted on 11/17/2013 06:43:21 PM

  One of my favorite movies is The Odd Couple. Jack Lemmon's character Felix, is roasting meatloaf and their guests are late. Walter Matthau's character Oscar suggest's pouring gravy over to keep it warm. Felix says "Where am I going to get gravy from at 8 'o clock at night?". Oscar says, "I dunno, ...

Paper cookbook or cyber cookbook?

Posted on 11/17/2013 06:40:58 PM

Apps, e-books and websites are all hubs to millions of recipes, it’s a virtual cookbook that’s changing by the minute. Ask yourself this; is there any need to have the recipe page propped open on your counter while you are following a recipe? Or do we prefer to have our laptop sitting next ...

Yorkshire pudding, what is it?

Posted on 11/17/2013 06:39:47 PM

Growing up in England Sunday dinner was a weekly tradition in our household, The British Sunday Roast. Every week it would be a different roast, lamb, beef, pork and was always accompanied with Yorkshire pudding. It adds a wonderful crispy element to the meal and it is a great vessel for your gravy, ...

Sticky toffee pudding

Posted on 11/17/2013 06:30:56 PM

The restaurant business in Las Vegas is booming at an alarming rate. Some are lucky to have 1 restaurant, but Chef Gordon Ramsay has 3. I visited Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill in Caesars Palace because I had to try Ramsay's version of the British classic, sticky toffee pudding. ...

Cheese, beer and Trappist monks

Posted on 11/17/2013 06:25:07 PM

  You may have heard about the Trappist monks of Belgium and their beer brewing. But did you know that they also make cheese?   The Scourmont Abbey (Abbaye Notre-Dame de Scourmont) is a Trappist Monastery in the Scourmont Plateau in the village of Forges which is part of Chimay in ...

coconut ladoo

Posted on 11/14/2013 03:12:41 AM

Hello Friends, Today I’m going to explain how to prepare Coconut Ladoo or Nariyal ka Laddu. This is a variety of sweet which having contains coconut, sugar, milk & khoya. This sweet is not so much famous but the taste of this sweet is awesome. I learnt this recipe from my mom, so guys I’m ...

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