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Beef Preparation Guide

Beef Preparation Guide

Browse through our extensive knowledge on beef preparation. From thawing beef to boning beef we have everything you need to know.
All About Lemons

All About Lemons

Besides adding flavor, lemons are used for plenty of other ways in preparing food. Brighten up your meal with a splash of citrus.
Eggs

Eggs

Find out the perfect way to boil your eggs. We'll guide you through every step of the process and even give you tips to use natural products to dye the eggs.
Beverages - Wine

Wine

The basic concept of pairing wine and food is to compliment and enhance the aroma and flavors of both the food and wine. Reds with heavier meals, whites for lighter meals, red wine with red meat, and white wine with white meat.

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Canning Tomatoes
Canning tomatoes step by step instructions including how to pictures.
How to Make Homemade Canned Salsa
Learn how to make Homemade Canned Salsa. Salsa is a great way to use your fresh garden vegetables and canning tomatoes preserves them to use throughout the year. Also see how to freeze tomatoes.
Basic Breads
Basic breads are made with a only a few ingredients, are yeast leavened, and are usually easy for the home cook to prepare, requiring only basic bread making skills and simple kitchen equipment.
Slow Cooker Basics
Learn more about the basics of slow cooking. Slow cooker recipes are great for cooking many foods. Slow cooking is an energy efficient cooking method used to produce a variety of moist and flavorful f
Slow Cooker Meat Recipes
Learn how to use a slow cooker to prepare easy slow cooker recipes. Browse the site to find many slow cooker meat recipes along with many other free slow cooker recipes.
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Quick Tips & Ideas
Do not store potatoes in a plastic bag because it will trap moisture. Store in a basket or a similar open container that allows air circulation. Store in a cool dry area. view more.
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