Cooking Tips Information


Cooking Tips Information

Cool Summertime Cooking


Summertime--and the living is easy! But the kitchen is hot!! It's time for some cool cooking recipes and tips!1. Cook outdoors.

The Perfect Omelet(te), How to Cook It


Omelet(te)sThey're easy to cook, right?We'll see.The first thing to remember is that you need the right size of frying pan.

Wok this Way! (Part 3 of 5) Seasoning Your New Wok


Seasoning is the most important thing you can do to your wok. Only carbon steel and iron woks need to be seasoned.

Wok this Way! (Part 4 of 5) Cleaning and Caring for Your Wok


Non-stick woks do not require seasoning, and come with simple cleaning instructions from the manufacturers, while steel carbon and iron woks require seasoning. Cleaning a seasoned wok is a lot different than a non-stick wok, and this is what we will cover here.

High Altitude Baking - A Cooks Guide


High altitude baking can be a real adventure for the cook, with a number of challenges to keep you on your toes. The higher you are in elevation, the less pressure there will be.

How to cut a cake


Have you ever wondered how to cut a cake? I have had a lot of practice. When I turned 16 and requested a Spider Man sheet cake I busily honed my cake cutting skills by making concentric rectangles and then served up the master piece.

Chinese Cooking Technique: Thicken


"Thicken", or "Thickening" is a very common technique used in both Chinese restaurants and household kitchens. It is very easy to prepare, but if not used properly, can really mess up the presentation.

Gourmet Sauces, Rubs and Marinades - Give Your BBQ a Gourmet Kick


Many individuals agree that the sauce on barbecued meat is like the icing on a cake. Gourmet barbecue sauces, rubs and marinades are commonly served on (or on the side of) the finished dish.

How to Cook a Lobster


French chefs plunge them into boiling water; English ones, in an attempt to appear more humane, drive kitchen knives through their skulls before doing the same thing.No wonder the miserable creatures go red.

Grill Your Corn for Maximum Flavor


There's two basic theories on grilling corn. Some people prefer wrapping the corn in aluminum foil or its own husk, maybe with a little butter and seasonings, then cooking it on the grill until done.

How to Care for Your Cast Iron Skillet (includes recipes)


Some of the best meals I've ever eaten were made by my grandmothers in their cast iron skillets. Tender, flaky catfish; finger-lickin' chicken; and mouth watering cornbread were the traditional scrumptious fare.

Roasting Meat - Temperatures and Times


Despite plenty of evidence to the contrary, I still see recipes that insist you should cook meat at high temperature for the first twenty minutes or so to seal it and then lower the level for the rest of the cooking time.This has become the fashionable way and I'm not sure why.

How to Choose the Right Smoke for the Right BBQ Dish


BBQ smoke is one of the easiest ways to add a nice touch of flavor to a grilled dish. You'll be amazed at how many different flavors there are! Knowing which smoke is the best match for different BBQ flavors can be a challenge though.

How To Eat Fresh Vegetables - Ideas for Working More Veggies Into Your Diet


Fresh, uncooked veggies are so healthy and it's important to work them into your meal plan somewhere. The majority of American's don't eat enough vegetables and most vegetables consumed in the American diet are cooked potatoes in the form of french fries.

Buying, Storing, and Preparing Apricots


When buying apricots, always look for those that are firm, plump orange fruit that gives slightly when you press with your thumb. Bruised apricots should be avoided.

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