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Culinary Adventures, Inc. by Marilyn Tausend

Culinary Adventures, Inc. by Marilyn Tausend
For me cooking is a way to visit other countries without ever stepping out of my door. I love trying recipes from other cultures, seeing the many variations in techniques and combinations as well as the similarities in how we prepare dishes for those we love. One of my dreams is to take part in the many cooking tours and classes that take place all over the world. That’s why from time to time... 

Cooking Tips From The Pros

Cooking Tips From The Pros
From GlobalChefs.com (a culinary online magazine written by chefs) comes the following “Cooking Tips From The Pros”. Cooking With Olive Oil Do not saute (fry) food in good olive oil. High quality olive oils contain small particles from the olives that the oil was pressed from. When these are introduced to intense heat the particles burn and give the oil and the... 

How To Choose The Perfect Bread Maker

How To Choose The Perfect Bread Maker
By: Jeremy Zongker Bread makers are extremely popular. The average person can make delicious, homemade bread quite easily with a bread maker. Even with the ease of a bread machine, you must still use caution when adding the ingredients, even if you use a mix. You can make a variety of shapes and sizes of loaf with a bread machine. Many people use a bread machine to simply mix the ingredients then bake... 

Kelley’s Cooking Tips

• For easy peeling of hard boiled eggs, add a few drops of oil to some water. Crack the eggs and let stand in oil and water solution for a few minutes. • When reheating a slice of pizza in a microwave, run the bottom of the crust under the faucet. The water will cause a small amount of steam in the microwave which will keep the crust from becoming hard and brittle. • If your cake sticks to the... 

Bread Baking Made Easy!

Bread Baking Made Easy!
By: Beth Scott Dont you just hate it when you follow a recipe to the letter and when the bread baking is finished the bread not only looks nothing like the recipe books picture, but tastes terrible as well? There is no denying that bread baking as with baking anything is a delicate process. Bread baking involves so many things that first time bakers are often discouraged after a few failed attempts... 

Baking The Perfect Bread

Baking The Perfect Bread
Q. What is the secret to baking perfect bread that is chewy and has a crisp crust? A. These days, excellent bakeries and specialty stores abound, and we’ve become accustomed to wonderful breads with great flavor and texture. Achieving those results at home, however, isn’t easy. This is primarily because home ovens aren’t designed for bread baking. Most are made of a relatively thin... 

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