Recipes

May 1, 2012

Dominic’s $7 Family Meals: Roast Pork and Banana Pudding

Eating is a favorite past time of most of the people in the world. Try something new this evening with this roast beef meal. Roast beef is something you can cook for your family and still stay on a budget. Sometimes finding a meal to satisfy your whole family can be incredibly frustrating. Cook this roast beef meal and there … Read the rest

April 1, 2012

Dominic’s $7 Family Meals: Spicy Chicken Wraps & Creamy Chocolate Cake

Sometimes life calls for something a little sweet and a little spicy. This Spicy Chicken Wrap recipe is just what you need to call it a day. The whole family can enjoy the meal with or without the spiciness. All you need to do is leave out the sauce and just add the chicken to the wrap. In your busy … Read the rest

March 1, 2012

Dominic’s $7 Family Meals: Barbequed Chicken Sandwiches & Strawberry Shortcake

Cooking dinner and a nice dessert is no easy process. When you decide what you want to cook for dinner it needs to be inexpensive and really yummy. Yummy foods come in all shapes and sizes but this pair of foodies will really have you jumping for joy. The Barbeque Chicken is so easy to make because all you are … 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

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 28, 2010

Recipe Secrets – An Honest Review

Have you ever sat down at your favorite restaurant, savoring every last morsel of food, just wishing that you could afford to eat out like this on a far more regular basis. For many people, eating out really is such a rare treat which is a shame because occasions like this are enjoyed by the whole family.

How would you … Read the rest

April 20, 2010

The 10 most popular french recipes

Despite new trends, hype and marketing, tradition has never been stronger. In France, good food still means authentic cooking by using natural products from diverse regions. This is how we celebrate human being by offering the best food to all our senses. Cooking home-made food and eating at the table make your appetite grow stronger. The challenge is to combine … Read the rest

April 13, 2010

Tasty Fettucine With Asparagus, Red Pepper and Avocado

This pasta dish is just marvelous!  And if you live somewhere that you can find farm fresh asparagus in early spring, it makes this dish simply to die for!

The vinaigrette brings out the tanginess of the red peppers, and the hearty avocados add a modest coating to the fettucine noodles.

Ingredients:

1 16 oz. package organic fettucine noodles
1 … Read the rest

March 4, 2010

Top Food Recipe: Traditional Bakewell Tart

If there is one traditional tart that I have loved year after year it will have to be the traditional bakewell tart and this is my personal take on the recipe that I used to make many times as a kid in my Grandma’s kitchen.

If you want to create new memories for your kids or grandkids then this is … Read the rest

March 3, 2010

The Well-Stocked Pantry — A Cook’s Secret Weapon

Doing any job is easier when you have the right tools on hand. One of a cook’s best tools — and secret weapons — is having a well-stocked pantry.

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Cooking is much simpler if you know that you’ve already got what you need on hand, and aren’t going to have to run to the corner market every time you want … Read the rest

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:

Toast 6 thick Read the rest