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dips Article
Types of Dips | Common Base Ingredients Dips are most often prepared with a mixture of ingredients that complement other foods including raw vegetables, chips, crackers, or toast, which are dipped into the mixture; hence the name, dip.
all about sweet potatoes Article
Sweet Potatoes A tuber vegetable originating from Central America that is typically referred to as either a Sweet Potato or yam in the U.S. It is common for food stores to display and people to refer to the Sweet Potato as a yam, when it is actually a Sweet Potato.
homemade tomato sauce Article
Here's a tasty idea for using some of those fresh vine-ripened tomatoes from your garden: make your own homemade tomato sauce. Nothing makes tomato sauce stand out more than when you use your own garden-fresh tomatoes.
pumpkin soup Article
Carving a pumpkin for Halloween and making pumpkin pie for a Thanksgiving feast are what many of us consider to be the two most popular uses for pumpkin, but they certainly aren't the only ways to use this versatile vegetable.
how to make an apple pie Article
Apple pie is one of those all-American desserts that is perfect any time of the year but is especially good during the fall months when you can take advantage of an abundant apple harvest.
storing pumpkin pie Article
If you want to make homemade pumpkin puree or pumpkin pie ahead of time, it is alright as long as you use the proper storage method. Also, leftover homemade pumpkin pie needs to be stored properly to keep it fresh as long as possible. See when to refrigerate and when to freeze.
making homemade pumpkin pie Article
This traditional homemade pumpkin pie is made from scratch with homemade puree. Homemade pumpkin puree can also be used in any pumpkin recipe calling for canned pumpkin. To substitute homemade puree, use 1 3/4 cups of pumpkin puree in place of a 15 oz. can of pumpkin.
preparing homemade pumpkin puree Article
Making your own pumpkin puree is simple to do and well worth the effort. Homemade pumpkin puree can be used for making homemade pumpkin pies from scratch or in any pumpkin recipes that call for canned pumpkin. Be sure to select a small pie pumpkin for the best results.
how to make homemade canned salsa Article
Homemade canned salsa is the perfect choice for using your fresh garden vegetables. When you have an abundance of tomatoes and peppers canning salsa is a way for you to be able to enjoy your harvest throughout the year. Once the salsa is canned, it will keep for a year.
pineapple Article
Pineapple is a versatile tropical fruit that is used in many types of recipes. It is often used as an ingredient in fruit salads, pies, cakes, and ice cream recipes; it goes very well with ham, pork, chicken, and seafood; it's an excellent fruit for grilling; and it's one of the most delicious fruits eaten as is--no additional ingredients required to enhance the unique flavor.
how to grill seafood Article
Cooking fish and seafood recipes on the grill can be challenging if you don't know the proper methods for achieving the best results. Overcooking, which is one of the most common problems, is often the result of not only cooking the fish and seafood for too lengthy a period, but also because the incorrect grilling method or incorrect temperature was used.
graveyard brownies Article
You can make Halloween truly festive when you create your own homemade desserts that complement the holiday. The dessert recipe featured in this informative video produced by Kraft Foods® is the perfect addition to Halloween.
vegetarian chili Article
Great chili recipes don't always have to incorporate meat as an ingredient. There are numerous recipes for vegetarian chili that are so flavorful and so satisfying, that the omission of meat is hardly noticed.
how to grill perfect sirloin steaks Article
The high heat of grilling sears the surface of beef, creating tender meat with a flavorful crust. The required cooking temperature and the method of grilling (direct, indirect, or a combination of the two) depends on the cut of beef and the quality of the meat.
barbecued chicken Article
Barbecued chicken on the grill has always been a favorite summertime food, but when improperly grilled, it can make your backyard cookout anything but memorable. This informative video demonstration shows you the secret to grilling up perfect barbecued chicken every time.
sautéed green beans Article
Sautéing is a great cooking method to use for cooking green beans fresh from the garden. Blanching the beans before sautéing will produce beans that are bright green, enhancing the appearance of the finished dish.
chicken marsala recipe Article
Boneless, skinless chicken breasts can be pounded thin and used for countless chicken recipes including this one: Classic Chicken Marsala. There are many different versions of this flavorful chicken recipe, but one ingredient that is essential in all versions is Marsala wine, which is a Sicilian fortified wine with a distinctive sweet flavor that is difficult to duplicate using other ingredients as substitutions.
healthy 4th of july recipes Article
This helpful video shows you some easy ways to cut calories and maintain a more healthful diet during the 4th of July holiday. In a holiday filled with backyard cookouts and barbecues, these dietary tips help you to make the proper food choices without sacrificing the foods that you crave during the height of summertime fun.
grilling sweet corn Article
If you've never cooked corn on the cob on the grill, you don't know what you're missing. Get started by watching this video demonstration, which shows you one of the numerous methods for grilling sweet corn.
how to make boiled frosting Article
Boiled frosting is a very light and fluffy topping that is great on any type of cake or cupcakes. This white fluffy frosting is made without any type of fat added. Most of its ingredients are cooked until they come to a boil; and then allowed to boil for a period of time.
printable mothers day recipe cards Article
Choose from two printable Mother's Day recipe card designs in either a 3x5 or 4x6 size. Print them out on card stock and cut along the crop marks for a wonderful keepsake to hand down to family.
all about swine flu Article
What is Swine Flu? | Signs and Symptoms of Swine Flu | How Swine Flu SpreadsDiagnosis and Treatment of Swine Flu | Prevention of Swine Flu | Is Pork Safe to Eat? What is Swine Flu? Definition of Swine Flu Swine flu is caused by "Type A" influenza viruses.
how to make fudge Article
Equipment | Tips | Flavorings | How to Make Fudge | How to Store Fudge Making homemade fudge is a holiday family tradition in many households. The fudge is made to be enjoyed by family members but is many times given to others as a gift during the holidays.
how to test stages of sugar Article
Stages of Sugar | Testing with a Candy Thermometer | Testing with Cold Water Method When a recipe indicates that a sugar mixture needs to cook to a specific stage, the most accurate method to use is a candy thermometer to test the temperature as it is cooking.
how to make homemade eggnog Article
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