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Stew Recipes for Tender Mellow Beef

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
For people who like eating very delicious and juicy food, then they may consider slow cooker stew recipes. If time is of the essence then may be this method of cooking would not be very appropriate for you. Still you can make it work for you if you love cookery and are willing to try it. If you are the kind of person who has very busy schedules, then you may choose to prepare the recipes quickly then put your food in the slow cooker. The outcome will definitely be so lovely with very tender a...

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Why a Great Nursing Bra is Like a Pot of Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
So you've never compared a great nursing bra to a pot of beef stew? Maybe you are too busy nursing your new baby at all hours of the day and night. Maybe you are thoroughly exhausted by the demands of being a new mom and feeling too overwhelmed to consider such trivia. Maybe you need a few minutes time-out to laugh and chuckle. If there is one new mother product that is critical to a nursing mother, it is finding a high-quality, well-fitted, sturdy yet lovely nursing bra. Any new mom will agr...

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Chicken Stew and Corned Beef Slow Cooker Recipes

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Slow cookers are time efficient appliances and very easy to use. You do not need to check on your cooking from time to time. You can cook the food for hours and it still tastes great. Here are chicken and corned beef recipes you can make using your slow cooker or crock pot.

Chicken Stew

Ingredients include 2 large-sized onions; 2 lbs. skinless, boneless chicken breasts cut into 1 inch cubes; 2 large-sized carrots that are cut into 1 in. slices or 1 cup of baby carrots; 3 ½ cups of chicken brot...

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Carne Guisada (Beef Stew) One of the Original Texas and Tex-Mex Comfort Foods

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
In the early years of Texas statehood, Tejanos (Texans of Hispanic descent) made a beef stew similar to this carne guisada (literally means "meat in gravy"). The only difference was that the word "carne" (meat) was not included in the name or very often, nor was it found in the pot either.

Carne guisada has some similarities to chili. The biggest difference is that the meat is the star in the guisada, while the chile peppers, and their combinations, are emphasized in chili.

This simple beef ste...

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Different Ways to Make the Best Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Beef stew is a flavorful dish with beef and other vegetables. There are many ways you can make beef stew and to make the best beef stew recipe you should use fresh vegetables and meat.

1. Best Beef Stew Recipe (Home Style Way )- This is a delicious recipe that has several shanks of beef. It has several vegetables as well. If there are no beef shanks available then you can use a pound of a meaty beef. You should also ask the butcher if they have shanks. The ingredients for this recipe include t...

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How To Make Jamaican Beef And Okra Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
If you are looking for unusual meals, what about making a Jamaican stew? This recipe combines meat with vegetables and a few simple seasoning ingredients to produce a wonderful dish with lots of flavor. This Caribbean recipe uses okra, which is a tasty vegetable. You can use goat instead of beef for this dish if you like. This recipe will feed four to six people.

You can spice up this recipe if you want, by adding a Scotch bonnet pepper or minced jalapeno when you add the garlic. Not everybody...

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French Stew Recipe Beef Braised in Beer

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
This French stew recipe, known as carbonnade, comes from the north of France in a region that is called Flanders. Flanders blends somewhat seamlessly with Belgium to the north, and although there is a political boundary, the cultural and gastronomic boundary is not so evident.

There is a lot of great eating in Flanders, and the cuisine is quite distinct from other regions of France. Flanders is home to one of the most popular of all dishes in France: the steak frites (steak and French fries).

I...

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Beef Stew in a Pumpkin Pot

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Here is a way to enjoy eating fresh foods in season. Root vegetables, pumpkin and a hearty beef stew make an excellent meal to warm you up on a cold day in fall or winter.

Pumpkin will keep through most of the winter, so be sure and grab extras to store back in a cool place in your house or cellar.

Pumpkins are nutrient-dense. They are loaded with beta-carotene, vitamin C, potassium, fiber, manganese, folate, omega-3, and vitamin B1. Pumpkins keep your heart healthy and help with asthma, rheuma...

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Filipino Festivities Beef Stew Recipe

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Filipino's special occasions are not considered extravagant without kare kare served in their table. Karekare, is a popular beef stew recipe that originated in the central Luzon province known as Pampanga. Pampanga is known for their flavorful recipe and among them are Menudo, Mechado, Sisig and Kare Kare. Kare kare is usually cook using beef meat, tripe's or oxtail. The sauce is thickened with ground roasted glutinous rice flavor with homemade peanut butter to enhance taste. The basic vegeta...

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How to Make Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
When I was growing up, beef stew was a staple in our house. We all looked forward to beef stew with dumplings, and there were never enough dumplings to go around. This is a quick and easy one-dish meal that will fill up your family and not break the budget doing it. This recipe uses the original fast cooker - not the microwave, but the pressure cooker. My mom had one, my grandmother had one, and now that I'm married, I have one too. Not much has changed with pressure cookers since they were f...

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Easiest Recipe to Make Beef Stew at Home

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
People do not prefer cooking at home to avoid the complexity of different cooking process. Further, some people tend to use cookbooks to get new ideas to making the preparations simple. In this article, I have assembled an extremely simple recipe for making a great beef stew at home. Though the recipe is for a vegetable and beef, you can change the vegetable and add other ingredients after your taste.

Ingredients

2 ½ pounds beef chuck cut into 1 inch cubes, 
1 large chopped onion, 
6 peeled carr...

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Some Fine Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
I like to make beef stew, especially as days get cooler. It's a crock pot meal; tasty, easy, and it lasts for days. It also tastes generally the same no matter how much you try to play with the recipe. Unless you start adding strong flavors like chipotle (not a bad idea) or other off the wall ingredients, it's going to come out as the same comforting beefy goodness that's familiar to all of us. Here's how I make it, with a couple of tips if you don't have any stock around.

The Beef

The best ste...

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2 Delicious Homemade Biscuit Recipes To Make With Your Favorite Beef Stew Recipe

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Whenever you are in the mood for some great tasting food you might start to think about some of the other types of foods and beverages you can make to serve with them. Whether you cook each day for your family or you occasionally pull out the BBQ grill to entertain your friends and neighbors, you want all the foods you serve to be mouthwatering, tempting, and delicious.

Let us say for instance that you are making a large pot full of your favorite beef stew or even some delicious Brunswick stew...

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Beef Stew For Heart Attack Patients

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
I had a heart attack a couple of months ago, which required triple-bypass surgery. As I am a widower, I do all my own cooking. This wake-up call caused me to re-assess my eating habits. So instead of the junk-food that I had been living on, I now want to eat delicious, heart-healthy foods that are simple to prepare. If they will last more than one meal, that's a bonus that I like.

Frankly, my beef stew is not only heart-healthy and very delicious, but is very easy to prepare.

And you can freeze...

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How to Make a Low Calorie Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Cut the fat and concentrate the taste with a few simple changes in an old standby beef stew recipe. Choose leaner cuts of beef whenever possible, cook vegetables in wine instead of butter, and you will find you have a fresh-tasting hearty meal.

You will need

Vegetable Oil or Cooking Spray

1 to 1 1/2 pounds of well-trimmed beef rump or top round, cut into 1 1/2 inch cubes
1/2 cup of dry red wine (Please, do not use anything labeled 'cooking wine. If it isn't good to drink, don't use it.
1/2 cup eac...

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Crock Pot Beef Stew, Can It Be Interesting?

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Crock Pot Beef Stew can be delicious and interesting.

We often get asked for new and interesting recipes. People seem to get 'stuck' with their crock pot and struggle to find new recipes.

The standard basic, slow cooker beef stew is to put in the vegetables first, then add the meat and pour a can of soup over the whole thing.

Now, this is delicious. But....

There are times when you want to do something else. Times when you want something a bit more gourmet.

One of the easiest ways to do something ...

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Making Beef Stew in a Crock Pot

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
I have several family members who are now venturing out on their own and starting their own homes, or going off to college. One of the first things I love to give is a crock pot. This is a versatile piece of equipment and it can even be used in some college dorms. I even tuck in a couple of easy recipes and some tips to get them started. Here is one of them for making beef stew. Adapted from an old recipe of my grandmother's, It is simple and anyone can follow the directions to make a delicio...

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A Personal Trainer's 6-Pack Beef Stew in 20 Min Recipe

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
If you want something to fill you up and keep you going throughout the day, a personal trainer can offer a wonderful tasting stew. It allows you to burn fat while this low carb meal helps you burn calories throughout the day. We're not bragging here, but it's a mouth watering feast that a gentleman we know came up with to even rival your grandmother's recipe.

It's been said that the only good beef today is the grass fed kind, which of course makes complete sense. After all, it's easy to unders...

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Casserole Recipes, Tasty Beef Stew Recipes With Fruits

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
You will love these fruity beef stew dishes. The mild sweetness of fruits married to the well and earthy flavors of herbs and vegetables added a zest of life to the old and customary taste of beef stew. Apples, apricots, dates, raisins, prunes or dried plums are responsible for the large portion of fruit flavors in these recipes. Perhaps the ingredients sound unusual, but once you are successful with your first one, you will realize it is not that hard to do.

Try these tasty beef stew with fru...

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Fantastic 3 Generation Beef Stew Recipe

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
There really is nothing better then a good beef stew. Throughout the summer the barbeque is the king of dinner. As the weather cool the crock pot comes out and the beef stew start too cook.

This is really a basic stew however it can be modified to suit your taste. This will get you started in the right direction and you can take it from there.

Start by getting the crock pot set up and heated. Fill the pot with hot tap water and start to heat it up. I don't like to heat up the crock pot without ...

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Beef Stew Recipes With Mouth Watering Flavors

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Talk about beef and most of meat lovers are already salivating. Imagine the appetizing aroma that will come out from your kitchen when you start cooking this stew. Several tested beef stew recipes will send your mouth watering. It is always wise to do research on what is available and put it to test. By the time, you exhaust all the recipes present; you would become a professional chef ready to contest for the hell's kitchen, even without going through any training. In case you are wondering ...

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Pressure Cooker Beef Stew Recipe - How to Make a Delicious Beef Stew Using Your Pressure Cooker

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Beef stew is one of those delicious and hearty meal that is considered the ultimate comfort guaranteed to bring delight to the whole family. When you cook it through the pressure cooker, you will be amazed that the flavors are even intensified even if you cook it for just around 30 minutes. A traditional beef stew recipe can take hours to simmer on the stove but with pressure cooker, it only requires less than 40 minutes. You will be rewarded with a tender and moist beef that is flavored with...

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Crock Pot Old Fashioned Beef Stew Recipe

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
During the fall and winter months, I enjoy making hearty soups and stews in my crock pot for my family. I love the fact that I can spend a few minutes in the morning preparing it, put it into the slow cooker and walk away...a few hours later, our dinner is hot and ready to enjoy.

The following recipe was given to me by my 83 year old great aunt about 25 years ago. To this day, I still enjoy making it for my family. If you don't like okra, you can certainly omit it from the recipe. At times, I ...

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Rich And Hearty Crockpot Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
There are a number of different ways that you can make a Crockpot beef stew and there is nothing wrong with any route you choose to go with it. You can go with a traditional meat and potatoes approach or go with a cultural explosion focusing on the foods from another country. No matter which direction you take it in, there is little doubt that you will end up with a tasty treat that leaves the entire family feeling both warm and full. There are some very basic ideas you need to keep in mind t...

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Venison Stew Recipe or Old Fashioned Beef Stew Recipe

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Venison Stew and Beef Stew Recipe

1 1/2 lbs venison hind quarter (or stew beef); cubed or not

2 quarts water

1 small onion

1 stalk celery

2 sprigs thyme

2 bay leaves

several sprigs parsley

salt and pepper

+/- 3 cups potatoes, cubed

3 carrots, peeled and sliced

1/2 lb mushrooms, sliced or quartered

1 medium onion, chopped

2 T olive oil

3 T all purpose flour

Put venison or beef in pressure cooker. Add small onion, celery, thyme, bay leaves, parsley, salt and pepper. Juniper berries are a good addition also.

Br...

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Beef With Dumplings - A Great Beef Stew Recipe

Posted by Tom Aikins on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Typically a stew will be prepared on the stove top, while a casserole may be done in the oven. Having said that, we tend to mix up the words nowadays, and in reality both of the methods are equally very nice. It doesn't matter if making a stew or simply a casserole, the two very important factors are to give it a good deal of time, and not to use too much heat, otherwise it will dry out.

This recipe comes from a small book that my mother had and dates from 1950. I often ate this dish when I wa...

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Making A Delicious Crockpot Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Making a delicious Crockpot beef stew can be one of those things that some might find to be a little difficult. However, there are some easy ways of making this delicious recipe, without too much trouble at all. You will find that any cold winter day will be the perfect time to create a batch of this delicious food and in no time, your whole family will be celebrating the dish you have created.

Before you begin this process, you will want to ensure that your meat has been lightly browned, but ...

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Crockpot Homestyle Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
The recipe below is the first one I made when I got my crock pot for Christmas 2 years ago. This stew recipe is for a 6 quart slow cooker. Depending on the size of your slow cooker, the amount of ingredients may vary.

INGREDIENTS

1 lb stew meat 
1 pkg stew seasoning 
3 pkg brown gravy mix 
1 regular size pkg of mixed vegatables 
3 beef bullion cubes 
1 tsp Worchestire sauce 
8 cups of water 
1 Tbs flour 
1 Tbs Butter 
3 Medium Potatoes 
Cooking oil 
Cornstarch* 
Onion and Garlic powder to taste*

TECHNIQUE

St...

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Beef Stew Recipe With a Twist

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
We all have our comfort food. For some it's chicken soup while for others it's the beef stew. Just imagine walking in your mom's kitchen and the smell of beef stew is all over...now, there's no need to just imagine...here is a tremendously good and comfortingly delicious beef stew recipe with a twist.

It may take long hours to cook but the effort and time are well worth it.

Ingredients:

1 kg. Boneless Stewing Beef - cut into cubes

2 Large Onions - chopped

3 Medium Tomatoes - chopped

1/3 Cup of Chop...

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Quick And Easy Slow Cooker Recipe - Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Looking for a quick meal idea that you can prepare for your family when they get home from work or school or wherever it is that they are coming from? Here is a quick and easy slow cooker recipe that you can use to make a great meal for your family.

Beef Stew

One of the most basic but most popular slow cooker recipes that you can use to prepare a great tasting dish for your loved ones is beef stew. This particular recipe is one of the easiest to prepare and can be ready for the cooker in a matt...

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Dumplings On The Crockpot Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Thank goodness for crockpot beef stew and other types of stew, which used to be started on the weekend and served Sunday after everything involved with preparation and separate cooking times was done. With the crockpot, food is cooked slowly for several hours, with even the cheaper cuts of meat turning out flavorful and tender. It is really not magic; it is just the result of slow cooking breaking down the tough fibers of the less expensive cuts of meat. Of course, all the delicious flavors o...

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How To Make A Beef Stew In The Oven Recipe

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Sometimes, you just want to mix up something really quick and then just pop it in the oven to bake slowly while you are doing other things. You can learn how to make a beef stew in the oven and cook it on a low setting so you do not overheat the kitchen or the whole house when you use this recipe. It uses some of the simplest of ingredients to make a mouthwatering stew that just about anyone will enjoy.

One of the ingredients you will use is a large can of tomato juice; you can also use other ...

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Making a Delicious Hungarian Style Beef Stew Recipe May Be Easier Than You Think

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
If you enjoy the sweet and savory flavor of Hungarian style beef stew, you can learn how to make it, since making this type of homemade stew is much easier than you may think it will be. You can make this homemade stew to serve with many different things. For instance, you can make some really good homemade biscuits to go along with the stew. You might also want to serve it with rice or pasta noodles.

You can use chuck beef and then cut the meat into bite size cubes or you might want to choose...

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How to Make A Healthy Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Living Healthy

In today's world many of us are choosing to live a more Healthy lifestyle. Since we are in the holiday season and we are partaking of the goodies of the season, I thought I would offer you a dish, that is both healthy and delicious. Since many of us are living in climates where the weather is down right cold, I am giving you the recipe for a Healthy Beef Stew that will warm you from the inside out.

Six years ago I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer and between the medication and ho...

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Crockpot Beef Stew And Other Meats

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
It is amazing what can go into a crockpot to fix a meal. Looking through the recipes, you will find that nearly anything that can be cooked on the stove or in the oven can be slow cooked in the crockpot. It is important to remember that many crockpot recipes give you a choice for cooking on HIGH or LOW heat and that often we choose the slower method because we will be out all day. Either way, the food will come out tender and tasty, a welcomed event at the end of a busy day.

Following are some...

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How to Make 2 Easy Crockpot Beef Stew Recipes

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Today, more and more people are making great use of their crockpots while cooking meals for themselves or for their families. Using your crockpot to make meals and snacks for your family is a real time saver whether you work away from home or not. When you make use of your crockpot, you simply add the ingredients you need for the recipe and then cover with the lid. You set the heating temperature and then you let it cook for the amount of time needed to blend the flavors and cook the ingredie...

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How To Make An Irish Beef Stew Pie Recipe

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Sometimes, all you want is something good to eat. You want a simple recipe to make some of the best loved comfort foods to serve to your family. You want to serve them good hearty and wholesome foods. You might miss all the good old fashioned cooking your mom or grandma use to make for you. The good news is you can do the same thing for your children today as your family did for you when you were a kid.

Making a good, hearty, and wholesome meal for your family has always been one of the main o...

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Save Some Time When Making Crockpot Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Chances are that when you are making a Crockpot beef stew that you are already pressed for time. You want to be able to create the perfect meal for your family, but you do not want to take too much time making this dish. Instead, you just want to toss it together and move on to the next thing on your list of chores.

One of the best ways to begin making your Crockpot beef stew is to line up all the different items you are going to be putting in it. This includes your carrots, potatoes and any o...

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Crockpot Beef Stew On The Go

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Vegetables are healthy to eat and add great flavor to crockpot meals, especially crockpot beef stew. Tomatoes, corn, green beans, potatoes, and onions are common to most of us. Not so common are some unusual vegetables that make nutritious add-ins. Make it easier to get your family to eat the foods resulting in a healthier lifestyle.

Turnips are usually white inside, with rough leaves having a hairy appearance. They grow best in cool weather. Turnips have been a popular root vegetable for thou...

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Frugal Recipes: Easy Beef Stew For Less Than 15 Dollars!

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Everybody eats, but not everyone's got money to spare! That's okay, though, because with a few basic tools, cooking techniques, and ingredients, you can cook some seriously tasty and frugal meals. Here's a recipe for my favorite beef stew that you can replicate for less than 15 dollars...

Step 1: Cheap Beef and Veggies

Head on out to your favorite supermarket or budget food store to gather the ingredients for this frugal recipe. You'll need a store that has at least a basic meat counter or butc...

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How Long To Cook Beef Stew In A Pressure Cooker?

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Pressure cookers can reduce the time taken for the preparation of a good beef stew from a few hours to a matter of less than forty minutes. The fact that the beef is cooked under a high heat pressure makes it possible to break the collagen or the connective tissue of the beef and hence make the meat tender and tasty. Apart from the base pot of the pressure cooker, the lid contains a pressure gauge which enables us to cook at an even pressure which is generally at 10 pounds but in some cookers...

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Gluten-Free Recipes: Homemade Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Aw! It is winter again. Long dark nights filled with freezing cold temperatures (If you live up north. I would love to have a Florida winter). When it dips down to twenty below zero, I always feel a deep desire to hibernate inside my house until spring breaks. To make the experience more pleasurable, I have to have a nice hot bowl of homemade soup. Not just any soup, but a gluten free recipe that I love. All natural, gluten-free, dairy-free, Homemade Beef Stew is just what I am longing for.

Th...

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How To Make An Old Fashioned Beef Stew Just Like Grandma

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
If you long for the delicious flavors and scents that use to stream out the windows and doors of the old home place where grandma and granddad use to live and you miss all their good cooking, you can learn how to make an old-fashioned beef stew just like grandma and grandpa use to enjoy making and eating.

Another great thing about this particular recipe is that you can also make it as a crockpot recipe. To do so, you follow the directions below, however, after coating the beef stew meat with f...

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Tips For Cooking Crockpot Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
When you are cooking a Crockpot beef stew, there are some important tips to keep in mind. While there are certainly a number of different recipes you can find, they all have different variances to them and the process can become very confusing. As long as you focus on these tips, you will be able to successfully create any of the different choices that you might find online.

The first tip is probably the most important. When you are making this Crockpot beef stew, it is important that you choo...

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How to Make a Sweet and Juicy Beef Stew

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Beef stew is one of the most simple dishes there is and if you enjoy making soup recipes such as classic French onion soup, you should also find stews to be easy to make. A stew is basically a very thick, chunky soup, so the two dishes are not all that different.

Different Kinds of Beef Stew

There are various beef stew recipes. Some are very simple and just combine meat, potatoes and perhaps one vegetable with water and herbs or bouillon. Others are spiced or contain fresh or dried herbs. There...

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A Week's Worth of Delicious Sweet Potato Beef Stew in 60 Minutes [Slow Cooker Recipe]

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
A few weeks ago I got myself a new tool. 
I'm sadly attracted to shiny new tools. 
But this is one that I've been eyeing for quite some time. And when I saw it sitting on the store shelf by itself with its price tag slashed three times, I knew it was time to take action. 
I swooped in, dropped some bills, and was told that I just grabbed the last unit in the store. 
Meant to be.

I stuffed it in my car, drove back carefully to my apartment like I was bringing home a new born, and unpacked it with s...

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Warming Beef Stew for a Chilly Night: A Slow Cooker Recipe

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
There was frost on the lawn this morning and snow showers are coming. When the weather gets colder Minnesotans like me start to think of hot soups and stews. Some consumers buy commercial soup and stew, but I prefer to make my own because I can control the ingredients and the salt.

What would I fix for dinner tonight? I checked the freezer and found some beef chunks, so I decided to make stew. Though I started with a recipe from a cookbook, tit turned into something different, due to the veget...

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5 Tips on How to Grill Rib Eye Steaks

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Rib eye steaks are undoubtedly one of the most favorite grilled items. In fact, Americans have this certain affinity with rib eye and other types of steaks. Some even take pride in their family recipes as the ultimate steak dish. Learning how to grill rib eye steaks are not really difficult to begin with. With mere patience and a passion for cooking, you can definitely know how and eventually learn.

So, what are the best tips on how to grill rib eye steaks? Here is one likely set of tips.

1. Ne...

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A Step by Step Guide on How to Grill Ribs

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Just imagine having a plate of smoky ribs, with each piece signifying that awesome smell of hickory sauce and buttered veggies. Combine this with mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus, and top it off with homemade gravy. Clearly, there is no better reason to learn how to grill ribs than to have a taste of this gastronomic bliss.

Surely, upon reading the previous words, there is no eager learner than you today. As for trying your hands on cooking and grilling, the following steps will introduce yo...

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Meats

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Writing this review of meats on father's day is probably fitting, as most fathers are meat and potatoes men. Let's face it, what red blooded man doesn't like a thick juicy steak with mashed potatoes for dinner? Try to serve him some fish and chips and he'll probably have a fit. Well, there's more kinds of meat than just steak. We'll cover a few of them here and what you can do with them.

Yes, it's true. There is nothing like a good piece of steak. But a steak is not just a steak. There are man...

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How a BBQ Restaurant Achieves That Delicious Smoked Flavor

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Before refrigerators were invented, smoke served the same purpose. It was used to extend the shelf life of meat and other food. From the perspective of a BBQ restaurant, smoking is so much more. It tenderizes and adds flavor, transforming even a bad cut of meat into something to be savored. What is the magic behind the smoking process and how is it accomplished? Until now, these have been well-kept secrets.

The smoking process can take as short as one or two hours or as long as 20 hours or mor...

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Tips For Cooking Texas Style Brisket

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Every cuisine type has its own saga and so has the Texas style brisket. Actually, brisket was considered a worthless, useless cut of meat until two German brothers (who were butcher-cum-cooks) cooked some mouth-watering BBQs with leftover beef briskets.

One of the brothers hit upon an idea of smoking a brisket and so he left a beef brisket in the smokehouse for a whole weekend. Returning to work on Monday, he served each of his customers with a slice of the barbecued brisket along with the oth...

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Easy Grilling at the Comfort of Your Kitchen: Minden Anytime Grill

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Nothing beats the taste of grilled food and the way it brings back good backyard barbecuing memories. On the other hand, grilling is not easy for busy working people. Setting up the grill and cleaning all the mess after can a big hassle for those who do not have much time. Conversely, there are ways to enjoy barbecued food without going through all the trouble. Minden Anytime Grill is the answer.

You can enjoy kebabs, grilled burgers and other exciting meals at the comfort of your own kitchen....

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Pulled Pork, A Tried and True Method

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
If sweet, smoky, or spicy shredded barbecued pork fill your dreams then you must be a fan of a delicacy known as Pulled Pork. Debate rages amongst connoisseurs of this food. What constitutes the best barbecue and what techniques should be employed to achieve an outstanding result differ from region to region and cook to cook.

There are nearly as many opinions about this type of cooking as there are people creating and consuming it. Here is one tried and true method used to get a raved review f...

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Barbecue in Your Crockpot, Easy Shredded Barbecue Pork Recipe

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Save money on dinner tonight by using your crockpot to make your own shredded barbecued pork. This recipe, along with my special homemade barbecue sauce, is not only delicious but easy to prepare.

Slow cookers are great for budgeting both time and money. Cooking in a crockpot will tenderize less expensive cuts of meat and energy use is low too because a crockpot takes less energy to create a tasty meal than baking it in your oven.

With a little planning ahead, crockpots can save you lots of tim...

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Easy Ways to Prepare Marinades

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
An easy way to prepare a marinade

1. Put all the ingredients required in the recipe in a plastic bag

2. Add the meat. Shake carefully.

3. Remove the air.

4. Put in the fridge at least a half day to one day. (The minimum would be 1 or 2 hours)

5. Use as required in the recipe,

(one cup of marinade should be enough for 2 lb of meat).

Some ideas for yummy marinades

(Be cautious when using leftover marinade because the marinade having been in contact with raw meat, a more or less long period of time, it ...

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BBQ Smokers - 3 Types of Barbecues For Your Own Backyard

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Barbecuing is a method of cooking meat that originated in the Southern States about 100 years ago. It basically involves cooking meat under a low temperature for a long period of time. Typically, the types of meat cooked with this method are of the pork and beef variety. Barbecued ribs, in particular, are a very tasty little dish. Up until very recently, BBQ smokers were massive machines that cost upwards of 10000 dollars. With the ever growing popularity of this type of food though, we're se...

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Enhance the Flavor of Barbecued Food by Adding Aromatic Wood Chips to Your Grill

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
With spring just around the corner, it's time to start looking forward to our favorite outdoor activities, and nothing says springtime like the aroma of succulent foods cooking on a barbecue. The majority of American households sport an outdoor grill, but few people seem to realize how much more flavorful their barbecued foods could be if they just added one often overlooked grilling accessory: natural aromatic wood for an authentic smoke taste.

Before the barbecue, wood smoke was what was use...

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Barbecuing With My Outdoor Kitchen

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Ever since I've built my outdoor kitchen I've found that my barbecuing skills are getting better and better. I'm not sure what to attribute it to but it's probably a combination of the following.

First, I'm barbecuing more. Since I spent all that money on the outdoor kitchen I'm certainly not going to let it go to waste. I find myself thinking up reasons to barbecue something or smoke something or just plain COOK something outside. Because of this my barbecuing skills are getting better just t...

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Smoker Grill - How to Barbecue With Wood Chips

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
BBQ Grilling with Wood Chips

Grilling with wood chips is a viable alternative to grilling with only charcoal, and can be a flavorful addition to your food. The Kansas City Barbeque Society requires their barbeque competitors to grill with hardwood only.

Where to Obtain

The easiest method to obtain these may be to simply purchase those that are already commercially prepared for you. Many companies sell regular or flavored which come prepackaged in small bags. These are obtainable in grilling stor...

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The Difference Between Barbecuing And Smoking

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
If you've ever had the pleasure of tasting barbecued ribs cooked in competition, then you know what real barbecue cooking tastes like. Don't get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with the weekend warriors that fire up their weber charcoal grill to throw on a couple steaks. But for unparalleled flavor and tenderness, there is no barbecue grilling that can match the heavenly fare that comes out of barbecue smokers.

The main difference between barbecue grills and smokers is the time and the temper...

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Grilling for the Carnivore - What Meats Are Perfect for Grilling?

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
I have been grilling meat for almost 35 years, and I never get tired of eating a well cooked piece of meat hot of the grill. After all the various meats that I've eaten, I think I know a thing or two about what types of meat can be perfect for grilling. In this article we will only be discussing grilled foods. We will leave the study of barbecued meat, such as pulled pork, ribs and brisket for other articles.

Beef: It's whats for dinner. In my mind, nothing beats a juicy sizzling steak hot off...

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Who Says Baby Back Ribs Have to Be Done on the Grill?

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Baby back ribs are a bit on the pricier side but they certainly are tasty. When done right, they are meaty and succulent without too much extra fat. But baby back ribs can easily outside the budget for many a family. With this method, the high price of baby back ribs will be offset by the hearty pork stock you will make after that can be used in numerous recipes. In this article I will describe step by step how to get the tastiest results from your baby back rib investment. If done right, the...

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BBQ Sauce Recipe - How to Make a Great Sauce for Basting

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Do you have plans of having a cookout in your backyard one of these days? If you do, then you must consider preparing a good recipe for it. One of the best dishes to make during a cookout is barbecue.

Although the dish takes quite a while to finish, the taste of the barbecued meat is simply amazing. Moreover, the whole experience of barbecuing can also be a great bonding moment among the ones involved in the cookout. Whether it is in the afternoon or at night, a cookout is definitely amazing b...

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Meat Grades for Better Barbecue

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Meat Grades...

Beef

When shopping for beef, it's harder to see the quality in a brisket than it is to see the quality in a steak. But if you know how steaks are graded, you'll have an easier time selecting your next brisket. With beef, safety inspection by the USDA is mandatory, but grading is optional. The top three grades are prime, choice and select. Usually only prime and choice are graded and marked at the retail level. Prime is usually reserved for the nicer restaurants but can be found o...

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Hot Crock Pot Meals for a Cold Day

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
It's that time of year again. If you live in the Midwest or similar regions like I do, you have to transition to cooking hearty meals during the fall and winter. Gone for the most part are grilling and salads. Aromatic soups and thick stews are now par for the course. Pork roasts are substituted for barbecued ribs, roast beef for steaks on the grill. Whatever you tend to make during the cold days of the year, your crock pot makes it easier. Start your meal in your slow cooker before you go to...

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Fall Off The Bone BBQ Ribs

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Ingredients:

2-racks/slabs

Pork baby back ribs

2-teaspoons

Salt

2-teaspoons

Pepper

2-teaspoons

Garlic Powder

8-ounces

Barbeque sauce

Instructions:

Turn oven on to broil, 500°; by broiling ribs for five minutes on each side will seal in the juices. Cut each rack/slab of ribs in half; sprinkle salt, pepper and garlic powder on each side; place in large broiler pan. Put pan with ribs on top rack for five minutes; turn ribs over and broil for five minutes. Turn oven down to 250°; wrap ribs in heavy-duty fo...

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English Barbecue - Is There Really Such a Thing?

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
For many years, England was thought to have the worst food on the planet. Food was either tasteless or unimaginative. The term "gourmet food" was never in the British vocabulary. And there was no such thing as grilled, barbecued, or even outdoor cooking of any kind. It rained too much for outdoor cooking.

Today, after many troubled decades of poorly-cooked food, there are many surprises to be found in English barbecue. Cooking in England has been rejuvenated. Grilled and barbecued food is comi...

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Barbecue Pork Steaks - What They Are and How to Cook Them

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
If you are a native of Saint Louis, Missouri, or the surrounding area, you are lucky enough to know what a Barbecue Pork Steak is. The rest of the country is saying, "huh, what is he talking about?" Well, real quickly, a barbecued Pork Steak really isn't barbecued. Now, before you St. Louis people get crazy, let me explain. Real barbecue is done with barbecue smokers, indirect heat, hickory or oak or another type of hardwood, takes a long time, hours, and turns out great pork shoulder, ribs, ...

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Organizing A Successful Barbecue Party

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Advance planning is crucial if you want to organize a successful barbecue party. The two essential factors without which you can't have a successful barbeque party are the guests and suitable weather. Making sure to invite guests well ahead of time will allow you to resolve any conflict of schedules and to hold your barbecue on a date and at a time that you know all your guests will be able to make. Likewise, never plan a barbecue party at a time of year when the climate is unpredictable (or ...

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Dry Rubs For BBQ Ribs

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
There is only one thing BBQ aficionados will agree on: BBQ is king, but no 2 fans will agree on the ingredients or even the process. In the South, especially South Carolina, the barbecue is not what you do to the meat it is all about the meat. And that meat has to be pork. Any other meat can be barbecued or grilled, but it cannot be barbecue. In the Midwest, racks of pork baby back or spare ribs are the arbiters of the BBQ. To properly prepare them, you will need a dry rub for BBQ ribs.

A dry ...

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Outdoor Barbecue Kitchens

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Do you spend time in the summer making delicious barbecue ribs on your outdoor grill? Well now you can stash the grill in the attic and build yourself an outdoor kitchen with all of the conveniences and comforts of the indoor kitchen and with a built in outdoor BBQ island.

No more running into the house for things you need while the ribs are burning away. With an outdoor kitchen everything you need is right at your finger tips including a dining area in which to serve your newly barbecued ribs...

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Best Charcoal Grills

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Are you looking to buy a new grill that will give you and your family hours of pleasure and will last? What must you look for in a grill? I have been grilling for over ten years, living in South Africa our family would BBQ every chance we got.

My father has been manufacturing charcoal grills and has successfully sold thousands over the years. He taught me what practical features a grill needs and what to look for to see quality.

Here are my top ten tips to advise you on what to look for when bu...

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Brontosaurus Bones - Monster BBQ Beef Ribs!

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Truly great BBQ beef ribs are as easy as 1-2-3. But, we'll get to that in a bit.

I grew up in Texas, and I remember once as a boy, my family went to dinner at a chain restaurant called Victoria's Station. It was a classic 70's chain, where diners actually eat in an old rail car. Great stuff for kids. It was a prime rib place, but on the menu they also featured beef ribs- probably as a byproduct of cutting their own prime rib. All I remember is that they were huge: full of meat and sticky with ...

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Barbecuing With Indirect Heat - When It Is Necessary

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Barbecue is always good; yet it is really good when you know exactly what the process involves, the are two main methods of grilling or making barbecue. Distinguishing the bet time to use each method is a pivotal factor in the end product.

These methods are Direct heat grilling and indirect heat grilling. The barbecue flavor and the degree you master this art is likely tied back to the method you have chosen for the food you are grilling.

Direct Heat Grilling-Over-riding Factors to Use this Met...

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4 Secrets on How to Barbecue Chicken

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
For years, we have heard of people who prefer boiling their chicken first before grilling. This may be convenient if downright safe, but it is also an effective means of having dried and bland chicken meat.

Believe it or not, you can definitely learn how to barbecue chicken using the easiest tips and the most kept secrets by professional cooks and chefs, no longer remain as hidden surprises.

1. As mentioned, stop boiling your chicken meat. Though this standard is also considered salmonella-free...

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Learn How to Barbecue With the Help of 4 Tips

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Learning the essentials of grilling may take you to unfamiliar territory of homemade sauces, grandmother recipes and household secrets. On the other hand, learning how to barbecue fish, meat and vegetables is like putting these details into some concrete plan, where obvious results are Sunday night dinners and roast beef or rib eye.

There are a number of barbecue techniques that you can very well use as your main advantage in cooking. Choosing the right food item, determining the proper marina...

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How to Grill Salmon in 5 Easy Steps

Posted by on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Cooking 
Salmon is primarily a great choice as grilling item. Its high fat content can withstand high temperatures, which is very much inherent in the grilling process. As compared to other types of seafood, learning how to grill salmon flawlessly will bring a number of advantages. Not only are you ensured of good, quality fish meat, but you are on your way to grilling the perfect salmon steak. So, what are the relative steps? Read on and learn.

1. Select salmon fillets that are about one-inch thick. I...

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3 Simple Techniques on How to Barbecue Beef

Posted by Tom Aikins on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
The various tips on how to barbecue beef provides many with cost-effective methods and ways. For one, beef items can be bought easily either in groceries or wet markets. Second, beef is also a viable ingredient, as it is practically affordable and cheap. Generally, beef is not just a preferred but an old-age food item, ruling many houses and abodes today.

There are easy steps that you can follow on how to barbecue beef ribs. Below is a practical guide for beginners.

1. The first and probably th...

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A Beginner's Guide on How to Barbecue Ribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Slow and indirect cooking, this is what experts agree on as the most suitable method on how to barbecue ribs properly. The one mistake people tend to have when it comes to barbecuing meats is their preference for direct and high heat. Experts do agree in saying that the best way to having succulent and tender juicy ribs is by means of slowly cooking them under low heat. Any excesses relative to these factors are practically a waste for beginners.

Getting tired of charred and burnt meat? Thinki...

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How to Grill Tenderloin - A Beginner's Guide to Success

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Beef tenderloins are usually chosen by many cooks as their prime choice of beef. They claim that once this part is cooked perfectly, a mixture of flavors and textures abound in one's palate. Learning how to grill tenderloin is practically an acquired skill. Once you practiced and learned enough, then you are on your way to mastering a delightful dish that could benefit you for years.

Fellow grillers and enthusiasts would want to take part in this prospect. The idea of having succulent, moist a...

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5 Steps on How to Grill Lamb Chops Perfectly

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Not many people are used to eating lamb. Unlike in Mediterranean countries where lamb is proved important, others tend to fear cooking lamb chops. There are easy steps on how to grill lamb chops and this recipe will probably lessen the misconceptions about cooking this meat part.

For many grillers, there is no better way to enjoy lamb than grill it over hot coals and fire. For some, the taste and unique flavor of lamb is best exemplified through grilling rather than preparing it in some other ...

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How to Barbecue Shrimps the Right Way

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
What if you are preparing for a lovely dinner with friends? What if suddenly they want to try grilling beside the pool while having fun at your luau party? Getting tired of buttered shrimps? Why not have grilled shrimps and finally learn how to barbecue shrimps the right way.

Foods like deviled eggs and open sandwiches are some of the nicest treats ever. While many prefer meat or cold cuts as appetizer, it is always best to come up with something new and healthy. Invite friends over and try gr...

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Tricks on How to Barbecue Beef Ribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Beef ribs are comparatively tougher than other parts of the beef. They usually take longer minutes to cook and grilling them can be quite less easy. However, this does not mean that you cannot try cooking them. In fact, there are easy ways on how to barbecue beef ribs.

1. The first trick is to braise the ribs before grilling. This can be done overnight or it depends when you will do the grilling. On the actual day itself, you might want to reheat your braised beef before putting them into the ...

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Simple Guide on How to Barbecue Baby Back Ribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
When it comes to all-time favorite grilled foods, baby back ribs rank as one of the most famous. Aside from its sweet and tangy taste, there is something about ribs that makes one crave and ask for more.

As for beginners and starting cooks, a step by step guide on how to barbecue baby back ribs will bring wonders for you. All you need is the time to learn things and you are all set to cook.

1. Prepare the essentials ranging from whole racks of ribs, sauces, seasonings, up to grilling equipment ...

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4 Great Tips on How to Grill Filet Mignon

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Hearing the term filet mignon comes across as intriguing and overwhelming, all because the term is somewhat sophisticated and could be new to one's ears. How to grill filet mignon also involves various tricks, thus leaving every beginner truly bewildered.

But is filet mignon really requires some massive trick? Is it really hard to know how to grill filet mignon properly? Better think again, for the following tips will ensure easy and quick fixes.

Primarily, preparing this prime cut of meat requ...

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Secrets on How to Grill Steaks Perfectly

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Steaks and potatoes are great choices as part of your Sunday night dinner. In fact, this combination has always been the perfect choice, when it comes to family gatherings and special occasions. The secrets on how to grill steaks like rib eye and T-bone are usually part of any expert's handbook, which is why it is a must to understand the following steps and procedures.

Among the available beef cuts, the best preference would be either porterhouse steak or filet mignon. For those who want deli...

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4 Helpful Tips on How to Grill Pork Spareribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Pork spareribs bring us to the wonderful world of tender and juicy meats. A plate full of barbecued ribs, mashed potatoes and corn are definitely an eye candy. Enjoy Friday nights with servings of grilled food and ice cold beverages and definitely you will be yearning to learn how to grill pork spareribs.

With the diverse flavors ranging from sweet to smoky, these grilled spareribs are and will always be a special dish. The mixture of flavors is masterfully created along with the presence of t...

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How to Barbecue Fish Perfectly - Tips For Seafood Lovers

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
So much focus has been given to sirloin, baby back ribs and pork steak. Hamburgers and sausages are even considered great grilling items. However, we have to remind ourselves that barbecuing and grilling are not only meant for the carnivores and steak lovers. There are also available tips on how to barbecue fish and oysters for seafood lovers. More so, there is a number of great vegetables and seafood items that any beginner or skillful cook can highly reconsider.

One great example would be fi...

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Five Secrets on How to Grill Prime Ribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Grilled prime ribs have always been a classic recipe. In fact, many families bank on this dish as their main recipe during holidays. Even weekend getaways have become more fun because of grilled food and ice cold drinks. Top it off with everything buttery or saucy and absolutely, eating naturally becomes an experience to remember.

There are said to be secrets on how to grill prime ribs. These are kept and old tales about food that give further interest to any diner. So, is there really a truth...

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Barbecue, An American Tradition

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
BBQ. The word alone says America. Barbecuing is part of our heritage. Through our nation's history many factors have played their part. There are regional differences that have played a major role in the barbecue revolution as well. The types of meat, the way they're cooked, spices, sauces, and even side dishes have played a role in the development of the art of barbecue. Not to be confused with grilling. Grilling is cooking fast and hot over a direct flame or direct heat. Barbecue is cooking...

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Cure the Bad Ribs Blues

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Many people suffer from the inability to grill pork ribs that live up to their expectations. People have tried grilling, smoking, baking and even boiling slabs of ribs and they never get the flavor they desire. The cure for this malady is to better understand the different components of rib cookery and apply them in a stepwise fashion.

The first step in cooking ribs is to remove the membrane that is located on the bone side of the slab. This membrane will never tenderize regardless of how long...

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4 Helpful Tips on How to Grill Pork Spareribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Pork spareribs bring us to the wonderful world of tender and juicy meats. A plate full of barbecued ribs, mashed potatoes and corn are definitely an eye candy. Enjoy Friday nights with servings of grilled food and ice cold beverages and definitely you will be yearning to learn how to grill pork spareribs.

With the diverse flavors ranging from sweet to smoky, these grilled spareribs are and will always be a special dish. The mixture of flavors is masterfully created along with the presence of t...

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11 Tips to Making the Best Pork Ribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
1. Purchase ribs that are evenly covered in meat. In other words, don't buy a slab that is fatty on one end and fleshy on the other. Avoid slabs that have exposed bones!

2. Allow for one pound of ribs per guest. This is a generous helping but for more impressive appetites, make it two!

3. When preparing the meat, make sure you remove the membrane on the underside of the ribs with a sharp knife. If you don't it blocks the flavor intake.

4. Always marinate your ribs in the refrigerator, not at roo...

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BBQ Recipes Are Part of Our American Culture

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
The history of barbecuing dates to pre-Civil War years, when the pig was a very convenient food staple in the South. Unlike cattle, pigs were for the most part low maintenance, could be turned out to fend for themselves, then caught later to barbecue when the hungry hordes came home from battle. While those early, (semi-wild) pigs were certainly tougher and required more preparation than a modern-day pig, they began a tradition for BBQ recipes that continues to be refined, even today.

While pi...

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Trimming A Whole Rack of Pork Spare Ribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
The normal rack of pork spare ribs has more than just the ribs themselves. The rib section is actually part of the whole spare rib section which is always used or seen in barbecue competitions and restaurants. If you are familiar with your ribs and know how to trim them, you can grill or smoke excellent barbecue ribs without any difficulty.

The trouble stems from the irregular cooking that this big portion is going to give you, so it is important that you know how to trim.

A full spare ribs rac...

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Types of Beef, Pork and Lamb Ribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
TYPES OF RIBS:

Ribs can be a very tasty, inexpensive fare. They can be cooked on the grill, the oven or by being braised. It is, however, important to know what kinds of ribs one is dealing with, as they can be very different in texture from one another. Here is a summary of the different kinds of ribs that I typically cook:

BEEF RIBS:

Cows have thirteen pairs of ribs and although some of the cuts can be tough all of them can be turned into a delectable dish if cooked correctly. Basically, there...

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The Easy Way to Low Carb Pork Ribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
If you love pork ribs but are fretting that you can't have them because the weather is bad or it is the wrong time of year for barbecue style fare, worry no more because there is a tasty solution to your dilemma. You can make these in nothing more than a standard convection oven. The first step is the longest one because you need time. If you cannot get a large foil oven bag, use a large oven pan that can hold your ribs and some water. If there is a grate fitted into the pan all the better. P...

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Grilling Vs. Barbecue

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Grilling and Barbecuing, two of the most popular cooking methods in the U.S., especially in warmer weather. There are some who know the difference between grilling and barbecuing, and some who don't. Do you?

To put it simply, Grilling is fast cooking over high heat, while barbecuing involves a slower cooking method, over a lower heat.

Grilling is generally done over a gas flame, or hot coals. Tender cuts of meat are best for this cooking method. The quick cooking and the high heat seal in the j...

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Smoked Ribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Smoking came about purely by accident when early cavemen hung their meat up to dry in their caves. As the caves had very little ventilation for the smoke from the fire pit to escape, they quickly learn that the meat hanging closer to the source of the smoke tasted better and was better preserved than meat that was simply left out to dehydrate. As man evolved, the process of smoking for flavour was combined with curing techniques such as those involving salt or brine's. Ribs, ham, bacon and sa...

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100's of Barbecue Recipes

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
This is an excellent e-Book that is a must for anyone who loves a barbecue. It contains 100s of mouth-watering recipes.

Resale rights are included!

You may sell this e-Book for profit.

Or simply buy it for yourself.

This E-Book contains various BBQ recipes including:-

Beer Barbecue Sauce 
Honey Spiced BBQ Sauce 
Watermelon Barbecue Sauce 
Jack Daniel's Grilling Sauce 
Tennessee BBQ Sauce 
Molasses Orange Barbecue Sauce 
Carolina BBQ Rub 
Cajun Blackening Spices 
Chilli Paste 
Kansas City Rib Rub 
Maple Barb...

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The Secret To Cooking Perfect Baby Back Ribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
As much as almost everyone loves baby back ribs and cooks want to cook it more often, it is a risky dish to prepare. Those who have tried cooking barbequed ribs know that ribs have a tendency to get tough, dry and burned. Slopping it with gallons of barbecue sauce doesn't seem to make much of a difference. Ribs that have been barbecued well turn out tender, juicy and flavorful. Unfortunately, to many cooks, successfully cooking barbecued ribs is more of a hit and miss thing.

It does not have t...

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Peacock Platter and Barbecued Spareribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
This dish received its name from the fact that various cold, thinly sliced meats are arranged on a platter to resemble the beautiful span of a peacock tail. No precise recipe can be given. It can be as extravagant or simple as time, money and ingenuity allow. Cooked ham, white cooked chicken, roast meats,abalone,braised duck and red simmered meats can be cut into equal sized, very thin slices.

It is easiest to slice the meats with a commercial meat slicer, but, assuming that one is not availab...

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Interesting Facts About Barbecue Rib Recipes

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
North Americans have a special affinity with spring, because this is the time when they prepare some of the most delicious barbecue rib recipes. The meat is definitely tasty, but the history of barbecue recipes is equally interesting. Before Civil War, the barbecue was introduced in the pig-pickin's feast. This feast was common in the Southern States. Not only a whole pig was cooked, but it was eaten by a number of people who joined the feast.

Smoking which is a term commonly used for barbecue...

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The Perfect Barbecue Ribs - 7 Tips on How to Make Them

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
There are many ways to make barbecue pork ribs. Here are seven tips on how to make the perfect spareribs, every time.

You need to have a barbecue smoker. You can get a good barbecue smoker at any price point. There are many internet sites that will provide you with information on and even sell you a good barbecue smoker. There are basically three types of smokers. They are the offset smoker, the vertical smoker, or the kettle smoker. Any of these three types will make excellent barbecue if you...

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Barbecue Ribs

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
The secret in the best barbecue ribs is not necessarily in the sauce itself, but more on the preparation procedure. For the best barbecue ribs, it is advisable that you combine boiling and grilling process. Reduce the grilling time for your ribs by boiling them first before grilling them in low heat. Doing this also ensures the tasty juices are kept inside the meat before slicing them.

To do this, just simply follow these steps.

1. Fill a stockpot halfway with water and ensure that the ribs are...

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Moist Juicy Barbecued Ribs Equals Rite of Passage

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Yesterday I made the perfect batch of barbecued pork ribs. Accomplishing this was no less important than the first time I watched Rebecca Demornay in Risky Business, the first time I wrote a check to pay a credit card payment, or suffering through my first divorce.

At some point on that day, yes I wrote it on my calendar, I crossed over the line that took me from just being the guy with a spatula to a certified grill master.

I do consider myself a purist in that I choose to use charcoal instead...

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Historical and Cultural Variations of Chicken Pot Pie Recipes

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
The chicken pot pie is a variation of the classic pot pie recipe, which alternatively uses beef or turkey as main ingredient. The recipe has been adopted many times top local cuisine in various cultures throughout history. It's become a staple comfort food for many people who grew up loving the aroma of a freshly baked pie on a cold winter day. The recipe's mix of meat and vegetables in a chicken broth seasoned with herbs produces a spectrum of flavors that's quite interesting to the palate. ...

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Easy to Make Chicken Recipes for Crock Pot in Chicken

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Many people nowadays prefer cooking with a crock pot. The new invention enables chicken recipes to cook slowly without any smells being generated. The machine enables slow cooking at low temperatures to avoid burning. It also gives time for the chili flavor to penetrate into the chicken and thus produce delicious food. There are several chicken recipes for crock pot available. The recipes are easy to prepare, since one only need to set the timer and the food will cook slowly. The following ar...

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New Years Eve Washington DC Pot Pie Recipe in Cup

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
For this New Years Eve Washington DC recipe, you will need a crock pot, a spoon, a whisk, a pair of tongs, a thermometer, a knife, a cutting board, a can opener, and a 2-cup measuring cup.  You will also need one pound of uncooked boneless skinless chicken breast, one cup of fresh raw carrots, one cup of cut up fresh raw potatoes, one cup of fresh uncooked peas, one cup of fresh uncooked green beans, one cup of fresh uncooked lima beans, one cup of cooked corn, a medium cut up onion, a stick ...

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Chicken Pastel - chicken pot pie with chorizo and stuffed olives

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
When I think of holidays and celebrations, Chicken Pastel or the Filipino version of chicken pot pie comes to mind. The mingling of Chinese and Spanish ingredients makes Chicken Pastel a unique and traditional comfort food.

There are many variations and interpretations of chicken pastel from Spain to the Americas. This is my version of Chicken Pastel from the Philippines which fills me with nostalgia and fond memories of Mom's homecooked meals.

Chicken Pastel
Serves: 6-8 people Prep Time: 1 hr. ...

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Chicken Pot Pie In A Cheese Crust Recipe

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Serves 6 to 8 people.
PASTRY

1.5 cups flour
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
2 tbsps parsley
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
1 stick (4 ounces) chilled butter cut into bits
3 to 4 tbsps ice water

FILLING

2 cups chicken broth (I use homemade but you can use canned)
1/4 pound small white onions (I use cut up regular-sized white onions)
2 cups peeled and diced yam or sweet potato
3/4 to 1 tsp crumbled sage
1/4 tsp pepper
2 medium-sized carrots cut into 1/4-inch thick rounds
2 cups broccoli florets
1/2 cup diced celery...

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Baked Chicken Recipes - Would You Like My Amazing Chicken Pie Recipe?

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
It is no wonder that baked chicken recipes have become so popular. After all, it has a low fat content, is readily available and has a pleasant flavor and a nice mild texture when prepared properly.

Unfortunately, the very mild texture of most supermarket chicken will be too bland for most palates if the cook doesn't "jazz it up" a bit. Fortunately, even simple seasonings work wonders on chicken. Since the flavor options are limitless, chicken can be your "blank canvas" to create some culinary...

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Tasty Baked Chicken Recipes

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Classic baked Chicken Recipe

Ingredients: 3 to 4 lb chicken (Cut into 8 pieces each), olive oil, ½ cup chicken stock (or white wine), freshly ground pepper, salt to taste. 
Methods:

• Preheat the oven to approximately 400`F. Rinse the chicken with water and then coat the bottom of a pan with olive oil. After that, rub some all over the chicken pieces and sprinkle salt and freshly ground black pepper over them. Now arrange the pieces on the frying pan, skin side up, with a little bit of space ...

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Leftover Food Ideas That Will Save You Money

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Need to find some ways to use that leftover meat you had for dinner? Beef, ham, and chicken are three of the most popular meats eaten by consumers, but coming up with different ways to use the leftovers can be a challenge. This article presents some ways you can use beef, ham, and chicken leftovers in ways you may have forgotten or never considered.

1) Use the Roast. Just about everyone loves a good pot roast, and here's another way you can reuse the meat by making roast beef patties. Put the ...

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Beefy Mushroom Pot Pie

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
BEEFY MUSHROOM POT PIE

Ingredients:

1-pound Beef, ground

1-medium Onion, finely chopped

2-cups Mushrooms, fresh

2-tablespoons Butter

1-can Cream of Mushroom soup

4-deep dish Pie shells

¼-teaspoon Pepper

½-teaspoon Salt

¼-teaspoon Garlic powder

Instructions:

Place beef in large skillet and brown; in a small skillet sauté onion, butter, garlic powder and mushrooms; mix onion mixture with beef. Add remaining ingredients and mix well.

Bake 2 empty pie shells for 6 minutes at 400°. Remove baked p...

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Easy Crock Pot Recipes for Chicken

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Chicken crock pot recipes are very popular. There are many great recipes to choose from, but with all of the options which ones do you fix for your family?

Some of the easiest crock pot recipes for chicken are of course the old standards such as chicken noodle soup or chicken stew. You can jazz your menu selection up a bit however by searching online for chicken recipes.

Once you start searching, you're going to discover that there are crock pot recipes for just about every food that can be ima...

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Baked Chicken Pot Pie and Crockpot Chicken Pot Pie

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Pot pies are really tasty and you can either make them the traditional way, in the oven, or in a slow cooker. The end result will be great whichever option you go for. If you have some chicken to use up, why not make a delicious pot pie recipe? This creamy dish is a family favorite and it is a real winter warmer too.

The Traditional Recipe

This recipe is handy if you have some leftover cooked bird to use up. Alternatively, you can cook the chicken before you begin. If you want to bake the recip...

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Lactose-Free Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Ingredients:

- 6 skinless chicken breasts ( 1 inch dice ) 
( or equivalent chicken thighs ) 
- 3 carrots ( 1/ 2 inch dice ) 
- 2 medium potatoes ( 1/ 2 inch dice ) 
- 3 large stalks celery ( 1/ 2 inch dice ) 
- 2 cups diced onions or 1 cup frozen pearl onions 
- 1 cup frozen peas 
- 1 liter / quart of chicken stock ( reg or low sodium or homemade ) 
- 3 TBSP corn starch ( dissolved in 3 TBSP water, make sure there are no lumps ) 
- 1/ 4 cup oil ( olive, corn canola ) 
- 4 TBSP melted or clarified butter...

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Homemade Biscuit Crust Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Searching for delicious homemade comfort food? Try this homemade biscuit crust chicken pot pie recipe.

Recipe for Homemade Biscuit Crust Chicken Pot Pie

What You Need

¾ stick butter or margarine
1 Tablespoon olive oil
1 chopped onion
¼ teaspoon thyme
¼ teaspoon sage
1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
¼ cup minced parsley leaves
5 chopped garlic cloves
3 large peeled, quartered potatoes
3 sliced carrots
2 stalks sliced celery
3 or 4 cups chicken broth
3 cups cooked, cubed chicken
1 small chicken
1/3 cup flour
How to Make ...

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Make Creamy Chicken Pot Pie - Recipe and Cooking Tips

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Chicken Pies are feel-good food. This Chicken Pot Pie Recipe is just the thing for rich and flavourful dinner idea. the perfect home-cooked meal for your family. The wine adds an amazing flavor to the pie filling. Using ready-made puff pastry will help you save time.

You can make the whole thing ahead of time and bake it just before serving. A really great idea and time saver, is to make a double portion of the pie filling and then freeze it for when you need a meal in a hurry. You can try tas...

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Old Fashioned Chicken Pot Pie With Homemade Crust Recipe

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Sometimes, there is nothing at all as comforting as making an old fashioned chicken pot pie with homemade crust recipe for your family, friends, and guests.

Recipe for Old Fashioned Chicken Pot Pie with Homemade Crust

What You Need

1 pound boneless chicken breasts
1/3 cup vegetable oil
1 teaspoon minced garlic
¼ teaspoon pepper
¼ teaspoon onion salt
1 cup flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
½ teaspoons sage
2 Tablespoons butter or margarine
1/8 teaspoon salt
1/3 cup milk
½ cup finely chopped onion
1 cup sli...

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A Tasty and Authentic Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
Chicken pot pie is a classic dish that brings back warm memories of childhood. Many people forget about it nowadays, but it can certainly make for an easy, delicious meal if you know how to cook it right. One the best things about making your own chicken pot pie is that you have control over what's in it. If you hate onion, simply don't add it! If you love green peas, add double! By following the simple recipe below, you'll have a mouth-watering dinner to enjoy tonight.

Ingredients

1 pound of b...

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Quick Chicken Pot Pie Makes Every Day a Sunday

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
When I was little my mother made chicken pot pie for Sunday dinner. It was a real production: cooking the chicken, cutting the meat, stirring the sauce, and making the crust. Though you can buy frozen pot pies, they tend to be high in fat and salt. I wanted a healthier version of the dish I remembered so fondly.

This led to some experimentation. Using no-salt commercial chicken broth, I made a cream sauce from scratch, and it was delicious. I tried a combination of homemade sauce and canned so...

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Chicken Pot Pie Casserole

Posted by on Sunday, April 27, 2014, In : Cooking 
When fall comes the temperature changes and the meals change which brings me to one of my favorite dishes; chicken pot pie. It's a hearty stand-alone comfort meal that is satisfying and filling to the appetite.

I make my chicken pot pie two different ways; my favorite is using chicken, vegetables, and cream of chicken soup but for this recipe I didn't have chicken soup and made some slight substitutions.

I top the pot pie with a biscuit crust which I make using the box Bisquick for simplicity w...

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Grilled Chicken Recipes - Easy & Quick To Prepare!

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
These grilled chicken recipes are easy, quick and delicious. Just check these out and I'm sure you'll be amazingly surprised.

So put your hat on and get ready for some quick easy grilled chicken recipes:

>> Grilled Chicken With Garlic

2 whole boneless skinless chicken breasts - halved

2 1/2 cups red wine

3 sprigs thyme

10 garlic cloves minced

1/4 cup olive oil

fresh ground pepper

In a medium baking dish, combine chicken, red wine, thyme, and half of the minced garlic. Marinate for 2 to 3 hours in the ...

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Chili's Grilled Caribbean Chicken Salad Recipe - Welcome to Summer!

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Chili's Grilled Caribbean Chicken Salad is almost too good. It's perfect. It's crispy, crunchy, cold, juicy, sweet, succulent, warm... it's sensation after sensation all on one plate! It is with great pleasure that I share this incredible salad recipe with you.

Chili's Grilled Caribbean Chicken Salad - Ingredients: 

4 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
½ cup store bought Teriyaki marinade
4 cups chopped green leaf lettuce
4 cups chopped iceberg lettuce
1 cup chopped red cabbage
½ cup drained...

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Greek Salad With Grilled Chicken Diet Friendly Recipe

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
In this recipe, you will be cooking a skinless chicken, this is quite good for you because with the skin removed the chicken will now have a fewer calories since the skin has higher calorie content compared to the meat of the chicken. Remember, you are also cooking salad that can go with the chicken, so better buy fresh vegetables in the market. Fresh vegetables still contain their nutrients unlike the old ones that lose some of its nutrient value once it is almost withered. Here is the recip...

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Grilled Chicken Wing Recipe

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
There's nothing like a good grilled chicken wing recipe. And there's nothing like summer grilling time! Time to take the cover off your grill, fire that baby up and start cookin'.

One of my favorite things is grilled chicken wings. Teriyaki wings to be more specific. I love the sticky goodness when they first come off the grill. They are so easy to make and everyone LOVES them so I thought I'd share my grilled chicken wings recipe with everyone.

3 to 4 pounds of chicken wings

1 cup of low sodium...

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Tasty Chicken Breast Grilled Perfectly

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Cooking on a grill is one of the most interesting activities that could spice up any summer gimmick you have in mind. Outdoor picnics and barbecue parties are best enjoyed with tasty treats that have that delectable smoky flavor. Among the favorite grilled treats children and adults love are grilled chicken breasts cooked to their tastiest perfection. In this article, we give you tips on how to make tasty chicken breasts using the versatile outdoor cooking device: the grill!

Tip #1: Chicken br...

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Indian Style Grilling - The Mysteries of Tandoori Chicken

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
What exactly is "Indian style grilling"? Is there any fundamental difference between the ways Indians and Americans grill their meat?

To find the answer to these questions, one will have to travel across the globe to India itself. If you were to land in New Delhi tomorrow and take a walk through its crowded streets, one common sight that will greet you is a string of chicken pieces strung outside street-side restaurants in a fiery red marinate. A man, usually not particularly concerned about h...

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Grilled Chicken Recipes: Grilled Chicken Salad With Spicy Peach Sauce

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
If you enjoy a delicious and delectable blend of sweet and sour, you are more than likely always on the look out for some really good grilled chicken recipes you can make at home for your family. Although, you may want to adjust the amount of heat in the dish by reducing the amount of peppers you include, this is a great tasting salad that just about anyone will enjoy.

You and Your Family with Enjoy Making and Eating Chicken Salad Recipes

Remember when you add fruits to your recipes especially ...

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Grilled Chicken and Pear Salad Recipe

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Growing up, we become accustomed to the method grilling. Every family occasion, we enjoy the taste of grilled foods. Grilling is like camp fires where people would gather, tell their tall tales, while having a meal. Some families take pride in their grilling recipes. They would invite neighbors to come over for lunch or dinner, just to get their opinion towards their recipes. In North America, native American Indians were among the first people to grill their foods.

Before grilling, they do ri...

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Low-Fat Grilled Chicken Salad With Raspberries Recipe

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
This dish is for people who are conscious of their calorie intake. If you are imprisoning yourself from the deliciousness of the food, then think again. Not all foods contain a great amount of fat, you could even try cooking one yourself. In this recipe, you would be able to find out the great health benefits, so why not give it a try? Allow yourself some meat sometimes. Not every one is fond of eating the same kind of meal everyday anyways. You should never worry about this kind of dish sinc...

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Best Ever Grilled Chicken Recipes - Tips on Making a Delicious Recipe

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Everyone can agree that grilled chicken is one of the most delicious entrees you can add to your grilling experience. Here are some tips on making the best ever grilled chicken recipes that can go straight from your grill and into the hearts of your friends and family, forever. Here is a simple, yet delicious recipe for making one the best ever grilled chicken recipes:

1/2 cup of sherry
3/4 cup of olive oil
1/2 large union
3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoon of Lemon Juice
3 tablespoons s...

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10 Steps to Grilling The Best BBQ Boneless Chicken Breasts '

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Grill Master' isn't a title reserved only for Dad's and their Dad's. You too can learn how to grill the perfect BBQ chicken breasts and you won't have to take cooking classes to find out how.

If you want to learn how to grill the best BBQ chicken, then read this entire article to become a BBQ chicken master.

Grilling chicken on a gas grill or charcoal does not have to be intimidating, just as long as you follow these 10 proven steps to grilling the best BBQ chicken.

10 Steps to Grilling BBQ Chic...

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Grilled Chicken Recipes - My Newest Recipe - Lemon Ginger Chicken

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Now here is an interesting post today. I am going to talk about grilled chicken recipes but you will never (in a million years) figure out where I got this recipe. My wife and I were on a road trip the other day. Road trips, now there is a place for inspiration. My wife and I were traveling through Vegas, you know, the one out there in Nevada, the one they call, 'sin city,' and I was a little thirsty and was out of coffee there for a bit. Now anyone who knows me, knows that this is a situatio...

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Grilled Chicken Breasts and Grilled Potato Medley

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
This is a great summer chicken recipe for the grill. It can be served with a variety of side dishes or other summer fare. We are serving it with our favorite medley of potatoes and vegetables.

Boneless skinless chicken breast halves, fresh or thawed 
salt 
1 tbsp onion powder 
1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese 
3 cloves garlic, minced 
2 tablespoons chopped fresh chives 
1/4 cup fresh lime juice 
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil

Dip each chicken breast into cold water and place between two sheets of plasti...

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Grilled Chicken - Mediterranean Style

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Mediterranean cuisine is one of the healthiest lifestyle diets available as there is a good balance of seasonal fruits, vegetables, herbs, pasta, rice, legumes, fish, poultry and a variety of meats depending on the various regions. However, the other main element of this cuisine is the all important extra virgin olive oil. The people of these regions use olive oil in almost everything they eat, whether it is incorporated into their cooking or used as a dressing, it features in most of their m...

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Grilled Chicken Recipes: Cheesy Spinach Chicken Lasagna

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
As the coolness of winter begins to ebb, many families and friends are contemplating the different ways to celebrate and enjoy the warmer weather. For instance, many people are anticipating the moment they will pull the grill out of storage and fire it up for grilling all sorts of great tasting dishes. The warmer weather will be here before you know it. Are you ready for your next barbeque?

One of the best things about grilling your food is that sometimes you have some leftovers to eat later o...

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Grilled Chicken and Rice Soup

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Last weekend I decided to cook some chicken on my grill and as usual, I always make extra. This time I wanted to make a simple grilled chicken, using some basic ingredients. I began with bone-in breast and thighs, and seasoned them with salt, pepper and garlic. I then rubbed the chicken with olive oil and placed the meat on the grill. I cooked the meat until it was nice and golden and then finished the chicken in the oven.

After eating that evening, I put my leftover chicken in plastic bags an...

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How Long to Grill Chicken Wings

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Chicken wings are an often overlooked part of the chicken given their lack of meat content however, there is nothing better than succulent and juicy chicken wings coated and baked in the oven, grill or BBQ. In fact, if you purchase a large chicken and detach the wings from the carcass you will have some fairly 'meaty' wings which are an excellent cut perfect for the BBQ given their quick cooking times. But just how to to grill them perfectly?

Grilling chicken enables the fat to drain off and d...

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Chicken Salad Recipes: How To Make Antipasto Grilled Chicken Salad

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Regardless of the time of year, chicken salad recipes are some of the most welcome dishes for many individuals and families. It does not matter whether it is cold outside or sweltering hot, chicken salads are always a refreshing meal or snack. For many families and single individuals as well, boneless chicken is one of the most substantial types of foods on their grocery shopping list. The reason for this is that the meat is less expensive than so many others. It also has a flavor you can wor...

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Grilled Tofu Versus Grilled Chicken: Which Sandwich to Choose for Your Heart and Your Waistline

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Grilled tofu sandwiches are a staple of many vegetarian restaurants. If you haven't tried one yet, you're missing out: vegetarian restaurants have mastered the art of grilling tofu into a savory sandwich stuffer that is both filling and delicious.

A vegetarian grilled tofu sandwich (one that's not made with egg- or dairy-based condiments) also beats the popular grilled chicken sandwich hands down in heart healthy benefits. We researched the nutritional content of both the grilled tofu and gril...

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Chicken Salad Recipes: Tangy Sweet Grilled Chicken Salad

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Do you enjoy eating all sorts of different types of salads? How about making a delicious and easy to make chicken salad? If you add some of your favorite mixed salad greens in the salad and then pour on some creamy and delicious tangy sweet salad dressing you can create a refreshing and filling salad for dinner or lunch. Some people will even make a meal out of eating a fresh salad by serving it with soup or stew, some crackers or freshly homemade bread.

Making your own tangy sweet salad dress...

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Grill Chicken to Perfection With a Coleman Roadtrip Grill LXE

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Grilled chicken is a favorite among health addicts, weight watchers, athletes who want to increase muscle mass, and many more. It's a very healthy way to eat chicken. Chicken meat is known for its high protein content and can be eaten by dieters or those who want to pack on a lot of muscle. You can grill different parts of a chicken like the legs, breasts and wings. You can eat it whole, sliced, skewered or filleted. It's a bit difficult to grill chicken to perfection. This is because the out...

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Easy Grilled Chicken Breast: Spicy Dry Rub Method

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Here is an Easy Grilled Chicken Breast recipe that you'll really love, don't let the list of spices scare you off, use what you have.

2 ts oil
2 tb Ground cumin
2 tb Paprika
2 tb Brown sugar
1 tb Black pepper
1 ts Curry powder
1 ts Cayenne
1 ts Salt
1/2 ts Five spice powder
1 ts Dry mustard
2 ts garlic powder
The above spices are all suggestions, use what you have and what your family enjoys. The cooking police won't show up at your door if you change the recipe a little. Keep in mind that cooking ingred...

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How to Cook Chicken Legs on the Grill

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Grilled chicken legs are not only a delicious summer meal, but they are also economical as legs are one of the cheapest parts of the chicken. Just because they are cheap, does not mean they have to lack in flavor. Actually, the dark meat of poultry has more flavor as it contains more fat.

One of the biggest problems grilling enthusiasts face however is with cooking times and temperatures. One of the most frequently asked questions is: how long do you grill chicken legs?

It really isn't possible...

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Top Secrets of Grilled Chicken

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
If you are looking for some really good tips and secrets for great grilled chicken then you have come to the right place today. For a lot of you, your experience of grilled chicken is one of a tasteless, string piece of dried out chicken breast. We can fix all of that today for you.

White meat of the chicken is comprised of the breast and the wing. Now the breast has a whole lot less fat that the other parts so if you are not careful, then, yes, it can turn out without taste and dried out. The...

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Top 3 Grilled Chicken Recipes

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Grilled chicken is greatly becoming popular due to the wonderful taste that is being offered by this style of cooking. This is also a healthier option since there will be great amount of fat that will be drained out from meat. Hence the chicken that is being consumed after the fat being drained out will be rich in protein content.

There are many types of grilled recipes such as the barbecue chicken style, Caribbean chicken wings, Korean barbecue, North American barbecue and many more varieties...

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Grilling Tips - How to Grill Chicken Drumsticks

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Here's how to make the perfect chicken drumsticks that your children and the rest of your family are going to ask for time and time again. While there's no one single trick that helps make the perfect drumstick, there is a group of instructions that when followed carefully will yield grilling success.

Tip #1: If you are using a coal-fired grill make sure your coals are nice and hot. Then, move the goals to one side of the grill by stacking them on top of each other. If you are using a propane ...

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How Long Do You Cook Chicken Wings on a Gas Grill?

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
So, the question is how long do you cook chicken wings on a gas grill? Making chicken wings at a barbecue is often deemed as an unpopular entree due to the lack of meat on these bones, but really, there is nothing more succulent then having chicken wings that are based and grilled on the barbecue if they are grilled, right. And, of course, timing in cooking is everything.

Remember that grilling chicken allows the extra fat to be drained off so that you have a delicious chicken entree without t...

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Simple Grilled Chicken Recipes For an Indoor Grill

Posted by on Saturday, April 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
Outdoor grilling can be a lot of fun but sometimes it is not possible. If the weather is bad, you can grill delicious recipes on an indoor grill.

An indoor grill is good for just about anything that you can grill outdoors, so if you like spicy grilled chicken recipes, hot dogs, fish, vegetables, hamburgers and more, you might want to invest in an indoor grill.

There are various types of indoor grills, you can get contact grills with heated lids, and bottom plates, meaning you can cook your food...

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