Browsing Archive: January, 2015

Learning to Serve Alcoholic Drink Recipes With Flair

Posted by Tom Aikins on Saturday, January 31, 2015, In : Drinks 
There are many people who love to have great tasting alcoholic drinks when they are at parties. For these people being able to inform the bartender or their host of their drink preferences is one of the best ways to enjoy their drink with gusto. For a successful party it therefore pays to know some facts and alcoholic drink recipes. To help the ordinary person there are many ways that you can find various alcoholic drink recipes.

RELATED ARTICLES
How Alcoholic Drink Recipes Create The Perfect C...

Continue reading ...
 

How Alcoholic Drink Recipes Create The Perfect Cocktail Party!

Posted by Tom Aikins on Saturday, January 31, 2015, In : Drinks 
Ahhh..... Social events are never complete without your favorite alcoholic beverages. As a matter of fact drinking has been a part of our culture and tradition for hundreds of years. For people to totally enjoy this "feast" or today the "cocktail party" better, alcoholic drink recipes have evolved in terms of preparation, variety, and increased in number of selections over time. RELATED ARTICLES
Top Chefs Recipes and How to Get Them
Vodka Mixed Drinks
Delicious Mudslide Recipe for a Special Gift...

Continue reading ...
 

How To - Diabetic Cooking Tips & Recipes for Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner

Posted by Tom Aikins on Saturday, January 31, 2015, In : Cooking 
Thanksgiving dinner is a good time permanently meals as well as household. BUT in many households there tend to be loved ones possess dietary requirements such as diabetes patients. Cooking Thanksgiving holiday dinner for any diabetic person does not mean you must sacrifice flavor. There are pretty straight forward approaches to increase the risk for dinner more healthy for the diabetic person you love to prepare regarding. 

*Don't overlook the fantastic person suffering from diabetes Thanksgi...

Continue reading ...
 

Using Poultry in the Slow Cooker or Crockpot: Turkey Chili and Drumsticks and Bell Peppers

Posted by Tom Aikins on Saturday, January 31, 2015, In : Cooking 
One of the best inventions for today's cooks, in my opinion, is the crockpot or slow cooker. You can put your meal on and go to work, run errands, or whatever your day requires. When you get home your house smells delicious and your meal is basically ready. What could be easier? Another advantage for busy families is that the food stays warm and available when meals cannot be eaten together. And even better, especially in the economic environment of today, you can buy less expensive cuts of m...

Continue reading ...
 

Makes Salads for the Crowd Including Diabetics: Spinach Mushroom, Turkey Apple, or Almond Orange

Posted by Tom Aikins on Saturday, January 31, 2015, In : Cooking 
Whether you want a salad with a meal or a salad as an entree, there is a recipe for you in this article. And the great thing about these salads is that you can use them with the diabetics in the crowd, too. Spinach and Mushroom Salad has the nutritional information included. Sorry but I have to get a new nutritional calculator so the other two do not have the values. However, they are great healthy salads!

RELATED ARTICLES
List of Gluten Free Foods - What to Look for, and What to Avoid
SPINACH A...

Continue reading ...
 

How to Make Two Bean Soup and Split Pea and Turkey Ham Soup

Posted by Tom Aikins on Saturday, January 31, 2015, In : Cooking 
Soups are easy to make, they are inexpensive, and they are very nourishing.  Here are a couple of recipes that are great soups and they are also perfect for diabetics.  Two Bean Soup uses baby Lima beans and  great northern beans together for a tasty combination.  The Split-Pea and Turkey Ham Soup is a convenient slow-cooker recipe.

RELATED ARTICLES
List of Different Popular Canned Soup Brands for Variety in Your Dinners
Crock Pot Cooking is Perfect For Soup
Split Peas – Yellow
Best Split Pea an...

Continue reading ...
 

A recipe full of history for leftover turkey or chicken

Posted by Tom Aikins on Saturday, January 31, 2015, In : Cooking 
Christopher Carson better known as Kit Carson was an explorer, scout, trapper, Indian agent, rancher and soldier during his 60 years of travels throughout the southwest. Born on Christmas Eve in Madison County, Kentucky, in 1809, Kit was the 9th of 14 children. When he was still an infant, the family moved to Howard County, Missouri where Carson spent most of his early childhood in Boone's Lick. His father died when he was only nine years old, and the need to work prevented Kit from ever rece...

Continue reading ...
 

Enjoy Fall's Apple Bounty With These Delicious Old Fashion Recipes - 1950s Cider, Chicken Apple Pie

Posted by Tom Aikins on Saturday, January 31, 2015, In : Cooking 
Apples are so much a part of the American diet we even have a saying, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away!"  I'm persuaded to believe that means exactly that, an apple.  Not an apple loaded with sugar, etc.  However, these recipes are not for desserts.  Let these yummy old-fashion apple recipes convince you!  Cool Fall days and nights are perfect for the 1950s Hot Spiced Cider.  And what family wouldn't enjoy this Chicken Apple Pie?

1950s HOT SPICED CIDER 
8 cups apple juice or cider 
1/3 cup ...

Continue reading ...
 

Delicious And Nutritious Recipes For Kids

Posted by Tom Aikins on Monday, January 12, 2015, In : Cooking 
If you are one of millions of parents that are constantly wracking their brains for healthy and yummy meals for your little ones, here is some help. Not only are these meals nutritious but they are kid's favorite meals. Here are the healthy alternatives to the most popular items on kid's menus. Kids will love these recipes because they taste wonderful. Parents will love these recipes for kids because they are easy and fast to make.

RELATED ARTICLES
Healthy Eating For Kids Worksheets
Healthy Eati...

Continue reading ...
 

Are You A Busy Cook Looking For Quick and Easy Recipes? Look No More!

Posted by Tom Aikins on Monday, January 12, 2015, In : Cooking 
Are you a busy cook who feels you are going in circles most of the time? Yet you want to feed your family healthy meals at home? This article offers recipes to help you with your quest! These recipes are quick, easy, and family-friendly! This macaroni casserole goes into the oven quickly. While it bakes, steam a veggie or make a green salad. Waa-laa, dinner is served!

MEATY MACARONI BAKE

  1 lb lean ground beef (or chicken, if desired)
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 jar (16-oz) favorite spaghetti sauce
1...

Continue reading ...
 

Low Calorie Lasagna Recipes

Posted by Tom Aikins on Monday, January 12, 2015, In : Cooking 
Being on a weight loss diet plan need not mean that you have to give up on all your favorite foods. If you love lasagna, but fear that it will send your diet off course, then this article is for you. Read on to find out some of the tastiest low calorie lasagna recipes.

RELATED ARTICLES
Low-fat Healthy diet Meals
Easy Diabetic Recipes offer the Promising Dishes
Low Carb Recipes
Easy Lasagna Roll-ups and They are Diabetic Friendly
Low Calorie Turkey Lasagna

Ingredients

1.Raw turkey, ground: 1 pound

2.La...

Continue reading ...
 

Wonderful Busy Day Sandwiches: BBQ Burgers, Turkey and Vegetable Wraps, Turkey Vegetable Pockets

Posted by Tom Aikins on Monday, January 12, 2015, In : Cooking 
Having a busy day running to and fro?  When you have a busy day, you don't have to resort to a couple pieces of bread around a slice of lunchmeat and cheese.  Even on busy days, you can make a tasty filling sandwich.  Try BBQ Burgers, Turkey and Vegetable Wraps made with tortillas or Turkey and Veggie Pocket Sandwiches.  The wraps and pocket sandwiches are also great for the lunchbox or brown bag.  They offer healthy alteratives as the kids head back to school, too.

HOMEMADE BAR-B-Q BURGERS 
Th...

Continue reading ...
 

Ideas for Rice and Potato Recipes

Posted by Tom Aikins on Monday, January 12, 2015, In : Cooking 
Rice and potato are two staple ingredients in a kitchen. Versatile and delicious, they can be used to make a wide range of dishes. Rice recipes and potato recipes are versatile recipes that can be easily tweaked to suit your taste buds. They also make wholesome and tasty meals in a few easy steps.

RELATED ARTICLES
Great Salad Recipes
Sweet Potato Recipes - How Would You Like to Enjoy Sweet Potatoes?
Indian Food Recipes, rise recipes, Dinner recipes
Discover the Quick to Make Cake Recipes


The versat...

Continue reading ...
 

Grandma Hystad's .holiday Recipes, Bar Mixes, Food, Christmas Information

Posted by Tom Aikins on Friday, January 9, 2015, In : Cooking 
The word Christmas comes from the words Cristes maesse, or "Christ's Mass." Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Jesus for members of the Christian religion. 

Many of our Christmas traditions were celebrated centuries before the Christ child was born. The 12 days of Christmas, the bright fires, the Yule log, the giving of gifts, carollers' who sing while going from house to house, the feasts, and the church processions can all be traced back 4000 years.

In 350 AD Julius1, a Bishop in Ro...

Continue reading ...
 

Quick-Cooking Recipes to Impress your Guests

Posted by Tom Aikins on Friday, January 9, 2015, In : Cooking 
Want to impress your guests with a fabulous dinner, but don't want to spend hours in the kitchen? Whip up tasty meals in minutes and spend more time relaxing and having fun.

RELATED ARTICLES
The Easiest Chocolate Recipe Ideas
Juice Fast Recipes -Health Combinations Of Fresh Fruits And Vegetables
Why use slow cooker recipes over traditional recipes
Indian Hot Recipes,sweet Recipes,food Recipes
Beat the clock with quick-cooking recipes and mingle with your guests instead of being stuck in the kitchen...

Continue reading ...
 

What to do with Your Leftover Turkey from your Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner

Posted by Tom Aikins on Friday, January 9, 2015, In : Cooking 
I was at the gym this morning and while trying to work off the potential pounds I will be gaining this Thursday from the traditional Thanksgiving dinner I will be sharing with my boyfriend's family, I saw this story on the local news and wanted to pass it along to you.  The story was about what to do with your leftover turkey.  What I liked about these ideas are that they are fast and easy to make and two of them can be served as gluten free dairy free meals.

As I discuss in the book, Budget B...

Continue reading ...
 

Mexican Meals - Fantastic Posole Recipes

Posted by Tom Aikins on Friday, January 9, 2015, In : Cooking 
Posole, which is at times spelt pozole, is a standard Mexican foods recipe and this soup dates back again hundreds of a long time. This dish is produced with corn, meat, and seasonings together with chilies. The meat may well be chicken, turkey or pork rinds. There are also vegetarian and vegans versions of posole.

RELATED ARTICLES
Celebrate the Holidays With Posole
Posole, the Bowl of Many Blessings
The ingredients of this dish modified a tiny just after the Spanish started to arrive in South Am...

Continue reading ...
 

Conserving Money Cooking Turkeys Is Great

Posted by Tom Aikins on Friday, January 9, 2015, In : Cooking 
Saving money cooking turkeys is delicious. So is the food. Too many people forget about turkey until the holidays. They see it as a food that is prepared for special occasions and large gatherings. These folks are missing out on a great opportunity. Turkey is easy to prepare, tastes fantastic, and can be used in many recipes. It is also extremely cost effective. 

First off, remember the "golden rule" of turkey cooking - waste nothing. Every single portion, from skin to bone, to gizzard and org...

Continue reading ...
 

Economical, Quick and Easy Diabetic Menu and Recipes That are Tasty for All

Posted by Tom Aikins on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, In : Cooking 
Following is a simple, easy, and economical menu that is perfect for busy cooks.  It is also a meal that diabetics as well as the whole family can enjoy.  Turkey and Broccoli Supreme Casserole serves as the entree, Belgian carrots add color and flavor as well as great nutrition.  Gelatin Buffet Salad can be made ahead to cut back on kitchen time when the cook is on a busy schedule.  And Apple Pecan Cookies will please the youngsters as well as the adults.  The cookies can also be made ahead. ...

Continue reading ...
 

Origin Of The "Cajun" Deep Fried Turkey

Posted by Tom Aikins on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, In : Cooking 
While preparing for this year's Thanksgiving fest, where I'll be serving delicious Deep Fried turkey, I became interested in the origin of the succulent treat.

What is deep fried turkey?

RELATED ARTICLES
Back Bacon & Cajun Deep Fried Turkeys in Florida by MH Foods Inc
To The Amazon By Sea And Soul
The Great Redneck Cookout
American Food in American Literature
"Frying whole turkeys is sort of the Southern version of making fondue. You have a lot of your friends over, you poke around in a pot of hot o...

Continue reading ...
 

How to Make a Tasty Turkey Bean Soup (Perfect for Diabetics, too!)

Posted by Tom Aikins on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, In : Cooking 
What could be better on a cold winter day than a good hot bowl of healthy but tasty soup?  Personally, I love soup any time of the year, but I find it especially enjoyable in the wintertime.  This recipe is great because it is quick, easy, tasty, healthy, and a perfect way to use up leftover turkey (or chicken).  It is also easy to make by cooking a diced chicken breast or a couple of thighs if you don't have leftover available.  Even better, you can use the meat from a deli roasted chicken o...

Continue reading ...
 

Quinoa Recipes Series: Turkey Burgers

Posted by Tom Aikins on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, In : Cooking 
Quinoa has come to be known as a healthy grain that has the incredible benefit of helping with weight loss. This all natural, gluten free grain contains 14 grams of protein for every 100 gram serving! Also rich in essential amino acids and iron, Quinoa has been named as a "super food" by the United Nations. Many satisfied Quinoa users are watching that excess weight "just melt right off". Learn how you too can experience a positive life change by incorporating Quinoa into your diet today. Qui...

Continue reading ...
 

Butterball Indoor Electric turkey fryer

Posted by Tom Aikins on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, In : Cooking 
Butterball turkeys are one of the more familiar brands of turkey fryers available during the holiday season. There are several different ways to prepare them including roasting, smoking and frying amongst others. RELATED ARTICLES
How a Masterbuilt Butterball Turkey Fryer Can Change Your Thanksgiving
How To Get a Butterball Indoor Fryer on Sale
What Is a Butterball Indoor Turkey Fryer?
Butterball Turkey Fryer - Cook All Kinds Of Meals, Not Just Your Holiday Bird!
Many different brands offer product...

Continue reading ...
 

Which of The Diet Solution Recipes Work Well with Hosting a Party?

Posted by Tom Aikins on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, In : Cooking 
Hosting a meal or a party at your house can pose a couple of problems if you are already eating according to the Diet Solution, healthy snacks can sometimes fall flat, "Who would like a wheat grass shot and spelt toast?" but here are a couple of fun food ideas from the diet solution recipes that will have your guests wanting more! Healthy eating doesn't have to be obvious or off-putting and instead can be a welcomed departure from the traditional greasy and fat filled party favorites.

RELATED ...

Continue reading ...
 

Organic Roasted Turkey – Happy Thanksgiving

Posted by Tom Aikins on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, In : Cooking 
Thanksgiving Day is just around the corner and there is no doubt that the center of attention for the day will be the turkey.  The memories of this one day, associated with the preparation and cooking of this one annual meal are as meaningful as some of the most significant moments we share.  It's not hard to close my eyes and recall the sights, sounds and smells of years gone by, all associated with the preparation and roasting of the bird.

RELATED ARTICLES
Honey glazed grilled turkey sandwich...

Continue reading ...
 

Slow Cooker Turkey (& Tempeh) "Meatballs" In a Zesty Tomato-Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

Posted by Tom Aikins on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, In : Cooking 
The more I get into "flexitarian" style whole-foods eating the more enthused I get about adding as many plant-based, anti-aging foods to my diet as possible. I'm still not able to commit to being a vegetarian-much less a vegan -but with a little creativity and some "outside of the box" thinking I've found it's pretty easy (and tasty!) to sneak plant-based foods into just about anything.

RELATED ARTICLES
Vegetarian Lunch Ideas: How to Plan Healthy Mid Day Meals
Vegetarian Foods Made Easy by Pumpk...

Continue reading ...
 

Try These Entree Recipes That Are Okay For Diabetics, Too - Spaghetti and Meatballs or Garlic Pork

Posted by Tom Aikins on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, In : Cooking 
If you are diabetic or cook for one, you can serve these entrees without worry.  They are also a good idea when you serve guests who might have a diabetic among them.  Baked Turkey Meatballs Over Spaghetti or Garlic Pork and Potatoes can become a meal when you add a tossed salad.

BAKED TURKEY MEATBALLS OVER SPAGHETTI 
1 egg white
1/2 cup old-fashioned oats
1 lb lean ground turkey (read labels and be sure your turkey is lean)
1 garlic clove, minced
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/8 tsp ground nutm...

Continue reading ...
 

Delicious Recipes for Diabetics That Everyone Will Enjoy

Posted by Tom Aikins on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, In : Cooking 
Diabetics and non-diabetics alike will enjoy these delicious recipes.  There is no use for two menus when cooking for a diabetic.  All of these recipes are diabetic-friendly and non-diabetics won't even realize they are eating diabetic-friendly foods.

RELATED ARTICLES
Crockpot Swiss Steak, Tangy Cucumber Onion Salad, and Mini Cherry Cheesecakes
Easy and Delicious Crock Pot Swiss Steak Meal
CROCKPOT SWISS STEAK

1 tbsp whole-wheat flour

2 tbsp all-purpose flour

1/2 tsp salt

1/4 tsp freshly ground black...

Continue reading ...
 

How To Refrigerate Turkey While Brining

Posted by Tom Aikins on Tuesday, January 6, 2015, In : Cooking 
The main logistical problem with brining is that you need a container that's large enough to submerge your turkey in the brine, but will fit in your refrigerator or cooler.

The meat and brine solution must be kept below 40 degrees F. at all times. Since brining does not preserve meat, the turkey and brine must be kept refrigerated at all times.

* Using the Refrigerator: 

If storing the poultry in the refrigerator during brining, check to make sure that the container will fit in your refrigerator...

Continue reading ...
 

Soul Food Recipes 2010: Soul Food Cooking Getting Leaner, Meaner and Tastier?

Posted by Tom Aikins on Tuesday, January 6, 2015, In : Cooking 
Soul Food recipes are going into the new year with a new attitude and the attitude is leaner and meaner. With more consumers demanding a healthier diet, this popular southern cuisine continues to clean up its act. Long criticized for it's high calorie, fat, salt and sugar content, but love for it's taste soul food continues to reinvent itself to adapt to a changing public demand.

RELATED ARTICLES
Soul Food Recipes - What's Behind The Comeback?
Soul Food Recipes News Update: President Obama Boost...

Continue reading ...
 

Use Up Your Leftover Grilled Chicken With Amazing Recipes

Posted by Tom Aikins on Tuesday, January 6, 2015, In : Cooking 
You may have grilled a whole chicken or chicken pieces and you do not want to eat the grilled chicken with a baked potato or mashed potatoes yet again. Here are some interesting ways you can use up your left-over grilled chicken.

RELATED ARTICLES
Easy, Quick and Simple Grilling Recipes For Family Meals
Serve Best Grill With Best Recipes!
Cooking Best Grilling with Best Recipes
Charcoal Grills or Propane Grills - The best way to Choose the best from the Rest
The first recipe is a nice light sandwich...

Continue reading ...
 

Grandma Hystad's Recipes, Cooking, Cleaning, Bar Mixes

Posted by Tom Aikins on Tuesday, January 6, 2015, In : Cooking 
To save space on your computer, make a few files and name them Recipes, Cooking Tips, Cleaning Tips, bar mixes. You can then copy and paste only articles you would like to save.

RELATED ARTICLES
Grandma Hystad Recipes, Bar Mixes, Food Information
Grandma Hystad's Recipes, Bar Mixes, Food Informatiom
Grandma Hystad's .holiday Recipes, Bar Mixes, Food, Christmas Information
Grandma Hystad's Recipes,bar Mixes, Drinks, Food Information




GRANDMA'S WRAPPED TURKEY



Place dressed turnkey, breast up in centre ...

Continue reading ...
 

Alternative Burger Recipes and They're Perfect for Diabetics and Others

Posted by Tom Aikins on Tuesday, January 6, 2015, In : Cooking 
Are you a burger lover but the doctor has told you to cut back on red meat?  Or perhaps you just want to start eating a healthier diet.  Here are a couple of burger recipes to help you out.  If you want to have a meatless burger, we offer a recipe for black bean burger.  Want meat, just not beef?  No problem.  Try our Asian-style turkey burger.  It may take a while to adjust to beef-less burgers but these recipes will get you off to a good start.

RELATED ARTICLES
Burger And Fries: Healthy Style...

Continue reading ...
 

How to Prepare Dinner in 30 Minutes Using Packaged Turkey Slices and Fresh Vegetables

Posted by Tom Aikins on Tuesday, January 6, 2015, In : Cooking 
Are you always in a hurry? Do you come home from work tired and exhausted? It is possible to feed your family quickly, efficiently, and economically in a matter of minutes. And there won't be a lot of clean-up either. For your entree, these Garlic-Mushroom Turkey Slices are the perfect way to dress up packaged turkey slices from the grocery store. For a quick vegetable dish try this Zucchini Continental which adds two vegetables and cheese to the turkey and mushrooms. You will have a tasty an...

Continue reading ...
 

Vintage Recipes for Holiday Noodles and Raisin Apple Pie

Posted by Tom Aikins on Sunday, January 4, 2015, In : Cooking 
Two wonderful old-fashion recipes to send you and your taste buds on a trip down memory lane!  Holiday Noodles offers the old-fashion taste of grandma's noodles without all the hard work she put into them.  And Raisin Apple Pie will surely bring back memories of those wonderful old dessert tables whether at grandma's house, family reunions, "dinner-on-the-grounds", etc.



Holiday Noodles



This is an old recipe from Reames Frozen Noodles. Mr. Reames was a personal friend of mine and he and his wife...

Continue reading ...
 

Low Fat Recipes - Most Efficient Way to Lower Calorie Intake

Posted by Tom Aikins on Sunday, January 4, 2015, In : Cooking 
Weight problems, heart disease and high cholesterol levels are more and more common these days. This is why many people try to change their dietary habits and to have a healthier lifestyle. This implies the fact that they need to start reducing the fat intake, so low fat recipes become more and more popular. If you imagine that diet recipes or low fat recipes are nothing tasty and can't be enjoyed, you are deeply wrong. You don't have to sacrifice the pleasure of eating just because you won't...

Continue reading ...
 

How to Cook a Turkey - Cooking Turkey

Posted by Tom Aikins on Sunday, January 4, 2015, In : Cooking 
Turkey meat is very delicious dish, so quest is this how to cook a turkey. Learn to cook a turkey is not difficult. The key is to handle a turkey safely before cooking, and then cook to desired temperature.

RELATED ARTICLES
How to Cooking a Turkey
Most common Types of Cancer - Breast Cancer
Turkey the Old-Fashioned Way
Steps To Cooking A Turkey


But cooking a delicious turkey should not be too difficult. Here's how to do this simply: 

How to Cook a Turkey stress-free Way

* Buy the right amount of turk...

Continue reading ...
 

Poultry Recipes That Are Perfect For Diabetics, Too!

Posted by Tom Aikins on Sunday, January 4, 2015, In : Cooking 
Diabetics can eat right along with everyone else with a few tweaks here and there in a recipe.  There is no need for diabetics to eat boring, bland food.  These poultry recipes are perfect for diabetics and so good the others who do not have diabetes will never notice the difference.

EASY TURKEY SAUSAGE GUMBO

1/3 cup flour

1 can (14-oz) reduced-sodium chicken broth

3/4 lb boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1/2-in cubes

1/2 large red bell pepper

1/2 large green bell pepper

1 large onion, ch...

Continue reading ...
 

Soup's On! Black Bean with Turkey and Ground Beef Veggie Soup

Posted by Tom Aikins on Sunday, January 4, 2015, In : Cooking 
One of the best things about walking into the house on a cold or cool day is the smell of delicious soup wafting from the kitchen and greeting you at the door!  The recipes in this article will not only tantalize your sense of smell but also your sense of taste.  Whether you prefer Black Bean with Turkey or Ground Beef Veggie, soup's on!

SLOW COOKER BLACK BEAN SOUP WITH TURKEY 

RELATED ARTICLES
Slow Cooker or Crockpot Roast Recipes for Both Beef and Pork Roasts
The Best Crockpot Recipes For Big F...

Continue reading ...
 

Different Sizes of Turkey Take Different Lengths of Time to Cook

Posted by Tom Aikins on Sunday, January 4, 2015, In : Cooking 
Whether you just fancy a turkey for dinner, or it's thanksgiving and you are preparing the traditional turkey meal, you will need to get the cooking time right. Different sizes of turkey take different lengths of time to cook, and while an overcooked, dry turkey is not a very tasty meal, the alternative - an undercooked turkey and the risk of food poisoning, is even less attractive for the help www.july4-recipes.com. While steaks are OK to consume rare, poultry has a much higher risk of disea...

Continue reading ...
 

New Brunch Recipes: Baked Egg & Toast Cups, Impossible Turkey Pie, and Ham Cream Cheese Bagel Spread

Posted by Tom Aikins on Sunday, January 4, 2015, In : Cooking 
Planning a brunch and looking for some new ideas? Here we offer some recipes to give new life to your brunch. Wake up taste buds with these great recipes. Baked Egg and Toast Cups make a great individualegg serving that is definitely different. The Impossible Turkey (or Chicken) Pie is easy to prepare and can be kept warm easily. Ham Cream Cheese Bagel Spread is tasty on miniature bagel halves. Try one, two, or all three of these recipes at your next brunch.

RELATED ARTICLES
Ideas for Healthy B...

Continue reading ...
 

New and Different Ways to Use Leftover Turkey

Posted by Tom Aikins on Thursday, January 1, 2015, In : Cooking 
If you have leftover turkey and would like to try some different ways to use it, here are some suggestions for you. Give your leftover turkey a Tex-Mex flair by using it in this Chicken or Turkey Doritos Casserole. The Doritos add crunch and the vegetables add color. Or how about some barbecue turkey sandwiches? Both of these recipes will allow you to use up your turkey without your family grumbling about re-eating the Thanksgiving dinner!

CHICKEN OR TURKEY DORITOS CASSEROLE

chicken or turkey m...

Continue reading ...
 

Low Calorie Turkey Meal Tips

Posted by Tom Aikins on Thursday, January 1, 2015, In : Cooking 
Although Thanksgiving is a holiday that typically involves abundance, most of us don't want or need more "abundance" on our waistlines.

On Thanksgiving Day, the average American eats between 2,000 and 4,500 calories, which is a significant jump from the 1,600 to 2,400 calories that are consumed on a typical day.

RELATED ARTICLES
Combining a Low Fat Low Carb Diet for Quick Weight Loss
Low Calorie? Low Carb?
No/Low Carb Diet is simply not healthy
Low Fat & Fat Free Foods Will Get you Nowhere
Calorie-l...

Continue reading ...
 

Recipes for Making Quick and Easy Pasta and Poultry Dishes

Posted by Tom Aikins on Thursday, January 1, 2015, In : Cooking 
When you need quick, easy, and tasty meals, turn to chicken or turkey and pasta.  A much healthier alternative for your family than the fast food outlets and what family doesn't name both ingredients as family favorites?  Turkey and Macaroni Casserole is ready in minutes and this one dish has pasta, vegetables, meat, and dairy.  Add a bagged salad and you are set!  The Quick and Easy Chicken Pasta is so easy to prepare it will only take a few minutes.  Steam some broccoli or add a salad and y...

Continue reading ...