Browsing Archive: July, 2015

Different Cooking Methods for Chicken Breasts

Posted by Tom Aikins on Thursday, July 23, 2015, In : Cooking 
In today's economy chicken breasts not only bring value to the table, but flavor and nutrition as well. Versatility reigns supreme when it comes to the various ways chicken can be prepared. Even the most finicky of eaters will be able to find a favorite dish among the numerous recipes that begin with chicken breasts. Easy on the wallet, and easy on the waistline, this is one dish the whole family can enjoy.

Methods of Cooking

1. Smoking and grilling - outside in a smoker or on the grill
2. Boili...

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American favorite silky smooth Chocolate ice cream

Posted by Tom Aikins on Thursday, July 23, 2015, In : Cooking 
This dessert is the result of a happy accident. I've been working with a liquor company on developing some recipes and after a couple furious days of recipe-testing, I had a zillion containers of various odds-and-ends lying around. This ice cream is wonderfully rich and chocolately, as it contains both cocoa powder and semisweet chocolate and its silky smooth texture comes from using a custard base.

 
Ice cream has a long history as a popular dairy food item. It has evolved from a manually manu...

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Recipes Like Cake On the Eve of Christmas Festival

Posted by Tom Aikins on Thursday, July 23, 2015, In : Cooking 
Christmas celebration is considered incomplete without a yummy and delicious Christmas cake. Christmas is also incomplete without Christmas traditional cake. How you prepare these both cakes items on this special occasion of the Christmas day. So, this is very memorable day for everyone because this day is really very enjoyable and pleasing with traditional Christmas food.

Today is the day of making everything of modern styles, very memorable day of the year “Christmas day” is the most bea...

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The Paleo Diet – Cooking The Paleo Diet with Herbs

Posted by Tom Aikins on Thursday, July 23, 2015, In : Cooking 
The Paleo Diet is gluten, dairy, soy and preservative free.  The Paleo Diet is a low carb and low fat diet. The Paleo Diet allows herbs, spices and natural enhancers. With this herb glossary be creative with your Paleo Recipes.


The Paleo Diet – Cooking The Paleo Diet with Herbs.

Paleo Food List
Foods Allowed on Paleo Food List:
-Lean Meats
-Poultry
-Fish
-Fresh Fruits
-Fresh Vegetables
-Nuts (non-processed)
-Seeds (non-processed)
-Fresh and dried herbs

-Spices and natural enhancers (garlic, onions, pep...

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Culinary Discoveries: Chicago Pizza

Posted by Tom Aikins on Tuesday, July 21, 2015, In : Cooking 
In comparison to the authentic pizza recipes that were crafted in Italy generations ago, the Chicago dish has recent beginnings. In the middle of the twentieth century, chefs employed at the Pizzeria Uno produced their own variation of this famous cuisine. What made their particular creation one of a kind was the cooking method that required a deep, round piece of cookware with high sides that right after baking, formed a bowl shape.

The new type made possible for an abundance of cheese and sa...

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Vegetarian Recipes: Important Non-Meat Sources Of Protein For Vegetarians

Posted by Tom Aikins on Tuesday, July 21, 2015, In : Cooking 
Although most vegetarians consume a considerable amount of protein, they often do not absorb as much as they would on a nonvegetarian diet. This is because plant proteins are considerably less digestible than animal proteins, which contain amino acid chains that are closer or identical to human amino acid chains.Consuming animal proteins might yield close to a 1:1 absorption ratio, while consuming plant proteins, such as wheat, might only yield 50% of the amino acids needed to build a "comple...
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Comfort Foods: Authentic Salsas for Endless Options

Posted by Tom Aikins on Tuesday, July 21, 2015, In : Cooking 
Contrary to popular belief, salsas have become substantially more popular than ketchup as a condiment, as advertising studies have demonstrated. Even with countless aspiring cooks producing their own salsa versions, jarred salsa producers still manage to generate millions in revenue annually. Different types of the standard recipes have emerged, and it's probably because of this enduring popularity of salsa.

In addition to the equally well-liked tropical fruit salsas prepared from fruit, there...

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Quick and easy meal Vegetable fried rice

Posted by Tom Aikins on Tuesday, July 21, 2015, In : Cooking 
Fried rice is one of those lovely comforting foods that everyone in the world seems to like — no one is intimidated by fried rice. Somehow all these rogue ingredients have crept into restaurant versions over the years, such as corn, peas, ham and the like.

Egg Fried Rice recipe is a quick and easy meal, this recipe for Egg Fried rice tastes just like they make it in your corner Chinese take away but at a fraction of the cost! This fried rice dish will become a favorite side dish and with the...

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Chinese Beef Recipes

Posted by Tom Aikins on Tuesday, July 21, 2015, In : Cooking 
Chinese stir fry is an incredible cooking method to cook food at high temperature. Stir frying is a fast paced cooking without overcooking the dish, which can lead to lost of vitamins. With high heat over a wok, stir-frying gives the recipe a delightful "wok hei" aroma as well as retain the pure taste of the ingredients. My family loves to eat Chinese cuisine, particularly the stir fried dishes. Beef-broccoli is the most loved, a very popular American Chinese dish. The tasty beef tenderloins ...
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Appetizer Recipes for Tailgating Party

Posted by Tom Aikins on Tuesday, July 21, 2015, In : Cooking 
Most people who love watching football game at any stadium also love tailgating parties before heading to game and what makes this experience more exciting is when they are preparing for an appetizer to take on their tailgating. Have you got new appetizer recipes for your tailgating party? If not, the appetizer recipes for tailgating party given below might be a good start for more tailgating parties to come. Appetizer Recipe for Tailgating Party 1: Taco Salad Taco Salad has been proven to be...
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Pepper Recipes

Posted by Tom Aikins on Tuesday, July 21, 2015, In : Cooking 
Pepper is the third most used recipe ingredient in the world. Third only to salt and water. Americans eat approximately .25 pound of pepper a year. But where did pepper originate? Pepper originated in Kerala, India. The region is known for its twin monsoon. The heavy rains are important for the fragile fruits of the peppercorn plant. Other regions in the world grow pepper but Kerala reigns supreme in its quality and dominates the high end of the market. Pepper an essential in Indian food also...

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A Kentucky Derby Recipe Collection--Benedictine, Kentucky Derby Pie and Limoncello Mint Lemonade

Posted by Tom Aikins on Monday, July 20, 2015, In : Cooking 
The Kentucky Derby is one of America's most beloved springtime traditions. Plan a derby party to celebrate this occasion complete with silks, extravagant hats and these special recipes.


Kentucky horse racing can be traced back to 1783 when races were being held in the middle of Kentucky streets and on a number of private tracks located on farms throughout the area.

Several concerned citizens complained about safety issues, and eventually the first race track was built in Lexington in 1789.

Almos...

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Explore Various Aromas of the East with Indian Recipes Directly From Kitchens

Posted by Tom Aikins on Wednesday, July 8, 2015, In : Cooking 
India is a land that is rich in diversity of types of people. It harbours many tribes and races and all races have their own essence of food. If you travel around the country, you will realise the thousands of dishes, some very simple, some complicated, yet all of them unique in their own self. Made of mostly two-thirds of vegetarians, Indian spices are famous throughout the world.

Indian recipes are high on spice content, not to mention, the variety of Indian spices are found nowhere on the p...

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Vegetarian Recipes: Why Vegans Don't Eat Eggs

Posted by Tom Aikins on Wednesday, July 8, 2015, In : Cooking 
As a prospective vegan, you may be wondering exactly why vegans make the dietary choices they make. And you may also be hesitant to adopt these choices until you yourself understand and accept them.In this article, I will explain the two major vegetarian positions on eating eggs to help you make your decision. The sub-category of vegetarian I will cover, ovo-vegetarians, accept the normal consumption of eggs because they do not believe that doing so conflicts with an ethical vegetarian diet. ...
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