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How to Make Ice Cream Sandwiches

May 19, 2016

Whether it is hot or cold outside, an ice cream sandwich may just be the perfect way to cool off or relax. However, you don’t have to settle for store-bought ice cream sandwiches that come in as few flavors as possible. By making your own ice cream sandwiches, you may be better able to satisfy […]

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Internet Cookbooks Outdated – No

May 19, 2016

Although partly a legitimate worry if not much is thought into this issue; it still feels as if the answer is so easy that it’s ridiculous to ask.  Simply put, no. Why do we, as humans, panic and force a choice between two options that, in reality, are two different ways of approaching one topic?  […]

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How to Make a Lattice Top for a Pie Crust

How to Make a Lattice Top for a Pie Crust

May 19, 2016

A luscious pie with a golden intricately woven lattice top is a joy to behold, especially when you know how quick and easy it was to construct. Here are a few tips that will assure the success of your masterpiece: * Any good, flaky, all-purpose dough will make a lattice crust, but since the crust […]

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Tips on Food Safety

May 18, 2016

As an individual you should take food safety seriously to avoid the risk of falling sick from consuming contaminated food and drinks. You should take your health seriously by making sure that you take good care of yourself to avoid food borne illnesses. Poor handling of food can lead to food borne illness and sickness […]

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How to Learn about Wine at Home

How to Learn about Wine at Home

May 18, 2016

So, you’ve decided to embark on a learning journey exploring the world of wine, and you want to do it from home.  Other than an occasional trip to your local wine merchant, there’s no need to move far from your favorite chair or sofa.  Start With a Good Book or Two Kevin Zraly’s “Windows on […]

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How to Separate Eggs

May 18, 2016

With the popularity of lemon, meringue pies, it’s likely you’ll need to know how to make a meringue. Basically, a meringue is a mixture of beaten egg whites and sugar. Commonly, an acid such as lemon juice or cream of tartar are used to stabilise the meringue and help it keep its shape. Once made, […]

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How to Make Orange Butter Ideas for Cooking with your Kids Toppings for Pancakes Crepe Suzette

How to Make Orange Butter Ideas for Cooking with your Kids Toppings for Pancakes Crepe Suzette

May 17, 2016

This recipe for orange butter is quick and easy to make. What’s more, it can be stored in the fridge for 10 days, or up to 2 months in your freezer. So it’s economical too! You’re going to need: 6 tablespoons of unsalted butter (kept at room temperature for ½ hour) 3 tablespoons of orange […]

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How does a Cookie Exchange Work

May 17, 2016

A cookie exchange is a great way to have quality time and share quality food with your friends and family. Although you can host cookie exchange parties throughout the year, they are usually held around the holidays, especially for the winter holidays. Cookie exchanges are easy to host and fun to attend. It takes some […]

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How to Choose a Cabernet Wine

How to Choose a Cabernet Wine

May 16, 2016

Cabernet Sauvignon is the name of both the grape and the wine it produces. Cabernet is one of the world most popular red wines famous for its deep red or ruby color, medium to full body, silky or velvety texture, rich flavor and complex aroma. You may choose Cabernet wine according to several criteria such […]

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How to Freeze whole Pies

May 16, 2016

Every cook has had a moment of fear as the last pie comes out of the oven on Thanksgiving Day, will it be good? Is it done?  Using the hints and tips that follow can eliminate those fears and questions because the pies were prepared ahead and frozen for quick and easy baking. Before that […]

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