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10 Smoky Tips To BBQ Food Safely
Cooking outdoors was once only a summer activity shared with
family and friends. Now more than half of Americans say they
are cooking outdoors year round.
10 Mind-Easing Ways To Make Sure Your Childs Bag Lunch Is Safe
Perishable food must be kept cold while commuting via bus,
bicycle, on foot, in a car, or on the subway. After arriving
at school or work, perishable food must be kept cold until
10 Deadly Bacteria That Can Get In Your Food (And How To Stop Them From Getting There)
Thousands of types of bacteria are naturally present in our
environment. Not all bacteria cause disease in humans (for
example, some bacteria are used beneficially in making
cheese and yogurt).
10 Easy Ways To Protect Your Family From Food Poisoning
Do you realize the many ways that bacteria can contaminate
the food YOUR FAMILY eats? Do you know how to tell if your
food is THOROUGHLY cooked to keep YOUR family safe from Food
Poisoning? Do you know what to do if you or SOMEONE YOU LOVE
gets Food Poisoning?When it comes to food preparation and storage, "Common
Practices" could be POISONING your family!Here's how to avoid the problem entirely:1. Plan For SafetyMake sure you have the right equipment, including cutting
boards, utensils, food thermometers, cookware, shallow
containers for storage, soap, and paper towels.
Cake pans?.the secret behind every successful cake.
Flax Seed Will Add A Little Extra Flavor To Your Recipes
Flax seed will add a pleasant nutty taste to any recipe. The attractive, round reddish-brown seeds of flax add flavor, extra texture and good nutrition to your breads, cakes, muffins, and other baked goods.
Ten Steps to Perfect Pasta
I'm amazed at how often I get e-mail from a disgruntled home cook, lamenting the fact that, once again, a dish of pasta has turned into a culinary disaster. I hear stories of overcooked, undercooked, tasteless pasta that may also be stuck together, or otherwise inedible.
The Wonderful Wok: Stir Frying Basics
Want to enjoy the tantalizing taste of Asian food at home? Invest in a wok! Stir-frying is one of the easiest ways to create a delicious, healthy dinner in minutes. Learn to prepare meals the Asian way: light on meat, heavy on the vegetables, and quick-cooked on high heat to retain vitamins and flavors.
Alone In the Kitchen: Stirring Up Mindfulness
Put on your apron! It's time to stir up a batch of mindfulness.Julia Child, the trilling television chef who taught millions of Americans how to prepare French food without being hoity-toity, died in her sleep at the age of 92 recently.
Emergency Bread: Can you Bake Bread Without an Oven?
What would you eat if you were stranded without power? It could happen; it does happen. A natural disaster, a breakdown in the delivery system as the Northeast experienced recently, or a terrorist strike against the infrastructure could leave you without power.
If your cookies are too tough . .
Understanding Baking: How Yeast Works
Did you ever wonder why flour tastes like sawdust but a French or Italian bread made with that same flour and little else has a pleasant, sweet taste?Bread wouldn't be bread without yeast and yeast can't work without sugars. Yeast is alive-living organisms-and living organisms need food for fuel, in this case, simple sugars.
Baking Bread and Your Freezer
There's a lot of bread in our freezer. In our exuberance, we often bake more bread than we can eat in a day or two.
Whats a Pan Dowdy?
Cobblers and dowdies, crisps and crumbles, buckles and betties-what are all these desserts?With a little help from American Desserts by Wayne Brachman, we thought we would give you the answers-since you're just dying to know.Cobblers: Cobblers are desserts with a syrupy fruit filling topped with biscuits or cake.
Storing Fats and Oils
The human body requires the intake of six types of substances for survival: Fats, carbohydrates, proteins, water, vitamins, and minerals. Certain fatty acids are essential to our health and fats and oils are important components of our food and their preparation.
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