September 2009

September 30, 2009

Traditional Beef Stew Recipe

If like me you love a traditional winter dish then look no further than traditional beef stew. It is great for making from your food leftovers or as a stand alone meal to keep you warm as the winter months fast approach us. Not to mention how much children love making the dumplings in the kitchen with you.

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September 28, 2009

Frozen Vs Fresh Vegetables the facts

With such emphasis on eating raw and fresh vegetables today, many health-conscious cooks feel that they are committing an injustice when they buy and cook frozen vegetables for themselves or their families.

They don’t like to admit that they often use frozen produce instead of fresh even during the summer. Let’s examine point by point a new perspective on serving

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September 25, 2009

How to cook the perfect steak

A good steak meal could mean many different things, but people are still asking how to cook the perfect steak. For every person, that is going to be a little different, but these tips can be a big help for anyone who wants to make their meat better. Let us take a look at some of the basic techniques that

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September 23, 2009

The Perfect Chicken Pie Recipe

Here is your chance to enjoy the perfect chicken pie recipe that the whole family can enjoy with you. There is something special about a quality chicken pie and my chicken pie recipe will have you the envy of your neighbours when they smell the special delights coming from your house.

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September 21, 2009

The secrets to healthy eating Japanese style

People nowadays have become more and more conscious of the way they have lived their lives and how far they have let themselves get dragged to the trend of fast food as well as instant and very much unhealthy eating. There are also those who have medical conditions and need to adjust their diets to help them improve their well

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September 18, 2009

Classic French Onion Soup

One of my favourite starters is classic french onion soup and as a result here is my favourite recipe:

Ingredient:

4 Tablespoons butter
2 pounds onions, thinly sliced
4 cups vegetable or chicken stock
3 cups whipping cream
salt and white pepper

Stilton Toast:

French bread, 2 ounces Stilton cheese,
2 ounces Cheddar cheese, and butter.

Method:

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September 16, 2009

Do celebrity trends affect your diets?

In this day and age we are all affected in some kind of way of the trends of celebrities but does this really filter into food and drink?

I completely believe that it does and this is why….

We all read magazines and love to know how these celebrities get their own amazing figures and we want part of it. … Read the rest

September 13, 2009

101 Cooking Techniques – Bring your cooking to the next level

I have this amazing free ebook for you to download right now!

If you were ever looking for free cooking techniques this is it – there is over 100 great cooking techniques for you to improve your own cooking skills for good.

You can download your free copy at:

"Chef Techniques"

http://www.dsmfoodlimited.com/freegifts/cheftechniques.html

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