Posted: 06/21/2011 09:24:05 AM
Welcome! Hope you enjoy the site. We have many great recipes that will be great for the kids. A great place to start searching is in our recipe collections. Just go up to the "Recipes" tab at the top of the screen and click on "Recipe Collections" at the bottom of the pop-up screen. You will get a listing of all our collections. Don''t forget to checkout out our Tips & Advice section also. It contains a lot of useful information for the everyday cook. Again, welcome!
Posted: 08/03/2010 3:55:05 PM
I don't know that there is a perfect substitution. Depending on the recipe and your likings, I would try asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, or celery. If it was a salad, maybe diced tomatoes. Too bad he is allergic to peppers, they definitely have a taste of their own but some of the other vegetables mentioned also have great taste. Good luck!
Re:Organic Food in - San Diego?
Posted: 02/18/2009 10:47:15 AM
Hello Jack. Try North Park Produce, Henry's, Whole Foods, Fresh n Easy, Poncho Villa's, or any of the farmer's markets. A friend on one of my forums shared this info with me, hope it helps!
Posted: 05/19/2008 3:06:50 PM
Annie, we are working on clearing up your registration information. We need your e-mail address to do this. Could you please send that to us by sending it in a "Contact Us" message. If you go to the bottom of any of our pages there will be a "Contact Us" link. Click on that and include your e-mail and submit it to us. Sorry for the mix up and we will correct it as soon as possible. Thank You.
Re:I am new here, so HI EVERYONE! This is a rather
Posted: 05/14/2008 11:14:49 AM
The American Egg Board indicates that commercially pickled eggs can be stored on the shelf, unopened, for several months but once opened, they should be refrigerated and used within 7 days. If they are home pickled, they should be kept refrigerated and used within 7 days. It is not recommended to home can pickled eggs.
Posted: 05/14/2008 10:51:04 AM
The oils you referred to are not vegetable oils but they are cooking oils and can be use in much the same manner as vegetable oil. This site contains a lot of information on all of these oils and more. If you would like more information on oils and their use, go to the following link:
Re:blending cream for ice cream
Posted: 03/31/2008 11:02:11 AM
When using heavy cream in your ice cream you have to be careful that you do not over churn the ice cream. Over churning will cause the cream to take on a buttery texture. For more information on making homemade ice cream, see the following link: http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t--1133/how-to-make-homemade-ice-cream.asp
Posted: 02/14/2008 09:23:54 AM
There are many good brands of knives but it will depend on how much you are willing to spend on them. This site has a section on kitchen knives that provides a lot of useful information that will help you select a good set of knives. To find this article go to Kitchen Advice under the Tips & Advice at the top of this page and then select Types of Kitchen Knives or go to the following address: http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t--1075/types-of-kitchen-knives.asp
Good luck in you search for a good set of knives.
Re:Stop home made icre from freezing rock solid?
Posted: 01/07/2008 11:42:25 AM
I thought this was an interesting question so I did some research on the topic. This is what I found.
1.Be sure that the ice cream mixture has been cooled and chilled properly as shown above before beginning the freezing process to prevent larger ice crystals from forming.
2.Too much sugar can cause the ice cream to become too hard, but be sure to follow the recipe carefully because too little sugar can cause it to be too soft.
3.The faster it is churned the more air that is whipped into it and the smaller the ice crystals will be, which will help it from freezing as hard.
4.Fat does not freeze so it helps give the ice cream a smoother texture. Try increasing the amount of fat by using cream or half & half instead of just milk.
5.To help prevent the ice cream from freezing too solid, a little alcohol, such as vodka, can be added to the mixture because alcohol does not freeze.
This information has been added to the How to Make Homemade Ice Cream article on this site. Go to: http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t--1133/how-to-make-homemade-ice-cream.asp for more information on making homemade ice cream.
Re:Deep Fried Turkey
Posted: 11/19/2007 1:23:51 PM
Hello Roxanne! RecipeTips has a detailed article on how to deep-fry a turkey:
In the Tips section of the article our researchers do not suggest adding stuffing to the turkey prior to deep-frying, it may not cook properly.
I hope this is helpful. Welcome to RecipeTips.com!