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Cooking Basics

10 Sneaky Ways to Eat More Vegetables

While there are some of us who geek out on all things green, for many of us, it’s a harder task to get our five a day. The g...

How to Bake Chicken Breasts to Be Shredded

Shredded chicken is is handy to use for salads and sandwiches, burritos and enchiladas, pizza toppings, hearty pot pies, baked pas...

What Can I Replace Adobo With in Cooking?

Adobo describes three different things. It can be a Pinoy or Philippine cooking method using a mixture of spices, soy sauce and vi...

How to Cook Red Snapper on the Grill

Red snapper is a wise choice when grilling fish, especially if you have seafood enthusiasts as well as picky eaters to satisfy. Sn...

Different Kinds of Filling for Crepes

In spite of their delicacy, crepes are an easy-to-make foundation for a huge range of family and company dishes. From buckwheat bl...

What Is a Substitute for Beer in Frying and Cooking?

A 12-ounce beer can range in calories from 140 to 200, and a light beer averages 100 calories or more. While it can add flavor to ...

How to Cook Tri Tip in an Iron Skillet

Tri tip is a rarer cut of meat that comes from the bottom end of the sirloin. It gets its name because it is triangular in shape. ...

How to Cook a Turkey Crown in Foil

The key to cooking turkey is to keep it as moist as possible during cooking, and that's where foil comes in. You can consider ...

How to Cook Fimo Clay

Fimo clay is a polymer compound that can be reshaped indefinitely with minute detail. Cooking it permanently sets its shape so you...

How to Cook Endives

Endive, a member of the chicory family of plants, brings a sharp or bitter taste sensation to appetizers and salads. Growers and g...
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