December 8, 2011

A Review Of The Philips Air Fryer

The Philips air fryer is a new and ingenious way of frying the food you love but using only a tiny amount of air and oil. We have just bought one and can not believe how good this is and how nice the food tastes.

We read all the reviews on the internet and decided to buy one. You could … Read the rest

December 1, 2011

Dominic’s $7 Family Meals: Potato Gratin And A Chocolate Cheese Cake

For my December Recipes for $7 I have chosen Potato Gratin and a Chocolate Cheese cake. Potatoes are inexpensive around the world so you should not have any problems getting a cheap bag of those.

With the cheese cake you might already be able to source some ingredients from your cupboard already if you are a keen cook and like … Read the rest

November 25, 2011

Passion for Seafood (Conran Octopus Cookery)

Gordon Ramsay won his first Michelin star at the prodigious age of 27 and has since become one of the UK’s best-known chefs. Here, he turns his attention to the food that excites him most: fish and shellfish. Ramsay aims his advice at home cooks, especially those who are not used to preparing seafood, and he begins with an entire

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November 25, 2011

Mummy Kitchen: Low Calorie Kebabs

I love kebabs and they are so nice when they are cooked correctly. Obviously I am not including those that the chavs have on a saturday night that are used from old meat and look like they are covered in more calories than the cider they have already drunk.

No I am talking about real kebabs like the lovely ones … Read the rest

November 17, 2011

The 10 Golden Rules To Student Food Budgeting

The 10 golden rules that must be followed for student food budgeting will keep you from overspending, buying junk, and keeping your young one healthy. The number one rule is to buy fresh. There are whole industries that have been developed to convince us that we need things that we actually don’t.

Never is that more true than the marketing … Read the rest

November 9, 2011

What Should You Store In Your Cupboard?

There is a list of things that you should store in your cupboard and have at all times. Each is chosen for different reasons, but none is more important than the next. Making sure to always have these things on hand will save you in a pinch or during a disaster, just make sure to never go without these things.… Read the rest

November 1, 2011

Dominic’s $7 Family Meals: Prawn Cocktail and Tuna Pasta Bake

For my November recipes I have gone with a fishy theme. You can’t beat a good old fashioned Prawn cocktail. A few prawns with abit of Mary rose Sauce over the top and some brown bread toasted on the side, heaven.

For the main course I have gone for a simple Tuna Pasta bake. I have being making these for … Read the rest

October 25, 2011

Mummy Kitchen: Yummy Cheese Burgers

Cheese Burgers is one of those great snacks that everyone loves. Though I am not too sure that we like what it does to our waist line!!

I make cheese burgers for my family about three times a month in summer and about once a month the rest of the year.

They go really well with some chips or onion … Read the rest

October 24, 2011

MasterChef Cookbook

In the nationwide search for America’s best amateur chef, thousands of home cooks from across the country created their signature dish for an awe-inspiring panel of judges. Doctors, businessmen, students, construction workers, and stay-at-home moms alike put their heart on the plate for a chance to become the country’s first-ever Master Chef.
From the Mississippi Delta to the Midwest, exotic
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October 16, 2011

Top 5 Superfoods: Why Are They Superfoods And What Can They Do For Your Health?

There are 5 superfoods that you just simply should not live without. These little powerhouses are incredible ways to get all the nutrition without the fat. They are hidden treasures that are easy to keep for snacking, and require no preparation. Most have very little calorie content and will surprise you at their benefits to your health.

One of the … Read the rest

October 10, 2011

Cake Decorating Genius Review

I have always fancied myself as being able to make a nice cake and I am quite capable of baking a cake and then icing it if need be, but I have always been left in complete amazement when I see a well decorated cake at a wedding or a party.

You would just have to say that a decorated … Read the rest

October 8, 2011

Are You Stuck In A Rut With Your Cooking?

We have all been there, when the kids ask what’s for dinner and you tell them, the groans ensue. You can’t really blame them. If you take a good look at what you have been fixing for them to eat and find that you have about 7 different meals that you just continually rotate, then maybe it is time to … Read the rest

October 1, 2011

Dominic’s $7 Family Meals: Bangers and Mash and Gingerbread

For my October recipes I have chosen Bangers and mash and Gingerbread. I find both are cheap and very easy to prepare. They are ideal for a small family or large family. My sausages always have to be the thick ones.

I am sorry but there just is no comparison. Pork or beef sausages are fine; if you buy them … Read the rest

September 30, 2011

Gordon Ramsay’s Playing With Fire

The bestselling follow-up to Humble Pie, now in paperback. When he was struggling to get his first restaurant in the black, Gordon Ramsay never imagined he’d be famous for a TV show about how to run profitable eateries, or that he’d be head of a business empire.

But he is and he did. Here’s how. “In the beginning there was … Read the rest

September 25, 2011

Mummy Kitchen: The Perfect Cauliflower Cheese

Cauliflower Cheese has to be one of the most favourite traditional meals of all time. I love Cauliflower Cheese and I remember at 12 years old when I refused to learn to cook in the kitchen with my mum it was the one dish I could make.

In my teenage years I was a vegetarian so I would eat a … Read the rest

September 22, 2011

Could You Feed Your Family For A Week On 50 Pounds?

If you are like the rest of us you are finding yourself tightening your belt as your disposable income is becoming less so. Finding ways to cut costs have become a national past time. One of the easiest ways to cut costs is through lowering your grocery bill each week. Feeding your family for cheap may be much easier than … Read the rest

September 14, 2011

The Perfect Health Drink

If you are trying to lose weight, make sure that you are not sacrificing your health in an attempt to cut calories. Even if you are trying to cut down on your intake, you still need to make sure that you are getting the right nutrition to keep your body healthy. Getting nutrition from your favorite low calorie drinks is … Read the rest

September 6, 2011

Modern Hospitality: Simple Recipes with Southern Charm

Known by TV viewers as the Mississippi belle whose demure demeanor belied nerves of steel and true culinary skill, America watched Whitney Miller crush the competition and become the first winner of MasterChef Season 1. Now Whitney’s long-awaited dream of writing her first cookbook has come true as she shares her favorite recipes and entertaining secrets in Modern Hospitality.
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September 1, 2011

Dominic’s $7 Family Meals: Autumn Soup and Chicken Curry

For my September recipes I have chosen a rustic starter. A lovely autumn soup, it is very filling and full of vegetables and abit of meat. I like to use chicken instead of Turkey because I can utilise the rest of the chicken in the main course.

For my main course I am going for a basic chicken curry because … Read the rest

August 28, 2011

Why A Good Diet Is Important

If you want to be healthy, improving your diet is the way to do it. [Natural] Foods contain everything that your body needs to function at its finest. Here are the things that your body extracts from the foods you eat.

ANTIOXIDANTS: An “antioxidant” is something that prevents “oxidation.” They help to prevent the signs of aging. They are also, … Read the rest