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How To Select the Right Tofu For Your Recipe

How To Select the Right Tofu For Your Recipe

There are three common types of tofu to choose from. Depending on what you intend to prepare, you have to choose the tofu that has the right consistency and...

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Linda Carol Wilson

Enjoy These Old Fashion 'Pork' Meals - Chops and Cabbage Skillet

I was born and raised in Southern Indiana which is pork country. We raised hogs and had pork often. Here a couple of my good old fashion recipes for preparing a...

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Bahee Manickavasagar

I love curries as they are often naturally wheat and gluten free. For a cold summer's day, this makes a lovely homemade authentic chicken curry experience. This is a very simple chicken curry recipe.

By: Bahee Manickavasagar l Food and Drink > Main Course l Jun 10, 2012

The truth is you can use almost anything in gumbo: it's one of those dishes that are sometimes made with whatever you have laying around in the refrigerator. It just so happens though, that many

By: Sally M Anderson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Jun 05, 2012
Felicitas Ramos

One who has traveled to the Philippines and had tasted the Filipino comfort food called "adobo" will attest to the delectable taste of this main dish. You can use different main ingredients for this

By: Felicitas Ramos l Food and Drink > Main Course l Jun 05, 2012

When many people think of Mother's Day, they think about flowers, greeting cards and brunches. While that's all wonderful stuff, too many people treat their moms with kid gloves and assume they know

By: Liz Bennett l Food and Drink > Main Course l Jun 01, 2012

Chilis are used extensively in Goan food and most of the dishes are extremely spicy. The Goan bread called pao is also quite popular usually eaten for breakfast along with some kind of Goan curry.

By: Martha Joseph l Food and Drink > Main Course l Jun 01, 2012

Nothing says summer fare like a steak on the grill, but there's more to steak than just the traditional main dish options. Summer is a great time to serve steak cold, in a salad or as an appetizer.

By: Liz Bennett l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 31, 2012

One of the earliest and most popular versions of a chicken pie hails from Cornwall in Great Britain. To this day it is referred to as a Cornish "pasty," and appears more similar to an Italian

By: Wally Cekala l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 29, 2012

Clams come in many shapes and sizes and are all bivalve molluscs that live in the sand. The word Clam comes from the old English word "Clamm" meaning to "bind" or "fetter", referring to the tightly

By: Henry Lord l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 29, 2012

Mackerel is one of the most widely available fish around the coasts of Europe. It is inexpensive, full of flavour and rich in vitamins and minerals. With time and care in the preparation it can also

By: Henry Lord l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 29, 2012

Monk Fish has many benefits because of the firm texture of the flesh. It can be cooked quite vigorously such as on a BBQ or stir fried, and is ideal with a variety of marinades and spices. It is also

By: Henry Lord l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 29, 2012

Any type of seafood has unique attributes. The major benefit of Dover Sole is that it can be cooked and served very simply and still stand out on the plate. The taste is mild and delicate and the

By: Henry Lord l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 27, 2012
Dr. Lin Wilder

Although I would never have believed it, the best two pieces of fish I have eaten lately were poached and steamed: The salmon was poached and the cod was steamed and I cooked both, much to my

By: Dr. Lin Wilder l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 26, 2012
Abdul Moiz Mehmood

There is no doubt that dining outside has a lot of benefits. However, it can also not be denied that dining outside has its side-effects too. It is important to find the right balance between the

By: Abdul Moiz Mehmood l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 26, 2012
Linda Carol Wilson

Cooking for a diabetic does not have to be boring. Bring out the flavor in foods with Balsamic Vinegar. Here we have a recipe for chicken and one for meatloaf that will no doubt become favorites at

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 17, 2012

Squabs are known throughout the world as gourmet table fare. Why not raise them yourself, in your backyard?

By: Michael Patrick McCarty l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 16, 2012
Corey Andalus

Just as the saying goes, "You are what you eat," and what you put into your body is what your body gives back to you. Therefore, if you're feeling unhealthy, drink as well as smoke a lot, consume

By: Corey Andalus l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 15, 2012

I have found over the years that there are a lot of holidays I never knew existed... One of them is National Pancake Day that according to a couple of websites falls on or around February 28th.

By: Kyle Pimm l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 11, 2012
Linda Carol Wilson

Diabetics can eat right along with everyone else with a few tweaks here and there in a recipe. There is no need for diabetics to eat boring, bland food. These poultry recipes are perfect for

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 08, 2012
Dee Power

If you've ever tried to get reservations for Mother's Day brunch or dinner, you probably realize it's next to impossible unless you book months in advance. This year treat Mom to a dinner the

By: Dee Power l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 07, 2012
Joshua Adekane

If you are trying to cater an event that is a Jewish holiday or an event where you know the majority of people there are going to be Jewish. There are dietary restrictions for people who are Jewish

By: Joshua Adekane l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 07, 2012
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There are several differences between steel cut oats and rolled oats that most consumers are not aware of. In this article, I explain which type is the most healthy and if there is a reason why you

By: Alex Post l Food and Drink > Main Course l Feb 08, 2012 lViews: 207 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

Cooking for a diabetic does not have to be boring. Bring out the flavor in foods with Balsamic Vinegar. Here we have a recipe for chicken and one for meatloaf that will no doubt become favorites at

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 17, 2012 lViews: 81 lComments: 0

Chilis are used extensively in Goan food and most of the dishes are extremely spicy. The Goan bread called pao is also quite popular usually eaten for breakfast along with some kind of Goan curry.

By: Martha Joseph l Food and Drink > Main Course l Jun 01, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0

Monk Fish has many benefits because of the firm texture of the flesh. It can be cooked quite vigorously such as on a BBQ or stir fried, and is ideal with a variety of marinades and spices. It is also

By: Henry Lord l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 29, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0

There are three common types of tofu to choose from. Depending on what you intend to prepare, you have to choose the tofu that has the right consistency and texture. Fortunately, it is fairly easy to

By: Alex Post l Food and Drink > Main Course l Feb 13, 2012 lViews: 64 lComments: 0

Mackerel is one of the most widely available fish around the coasts of Europe. It is inexpensive, full of flavour and rich in vitamins and minerals. With time and care in the preparation it can also

By: Henry Lord l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 29, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Felicitas Ramos

One who has traveled to the Philippines and had tasted the Filipino comfort food called "adobo" will attest to the delectable taste of this main dish. You can use different main ingredients for this

By: Felicitas Ramos l Food and Drink > Main Course l Jun 05, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0

When many people think of Mother's Day, they think about flowers, greeting cards and brunches. While that's all wonderful stuff, too many people treat their moms with kid gloves and assume they know

By: Liz Bennett l Food and Drink > Main Course l Jun 01, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

I was born and raised in Southern Indiana which is pork country. We raised hogs and had pork often. Here a couple of my good old fashion recipes for preparing a tasty pork meal. One of my favorite

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

This article features seafood recipes that are perfect for diabetics and healthy and tasty for all. Try the Mahimahi With a Tropical Taste, or Orange-Lemon Baked Salmon for tasty seafood dishes.

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Feb 19, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0

Nothing says summer fare like a steak on the grill, but there's more to steak than just the traditional main dish options. Summer is a great time to serve steak cold, in a salad or as an appetizer.

By: Liz Bennett l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 31, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0

Any type of seafood has unique attributes. The major benefit of Dover Sole is that it can be cooked and served very simply and still stand out on the plate. The taste is mild and delicate and the

By: Henry Lord l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 27, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

Diabetics can eat right along with everyone else with a few tweaks here and there in a recipe. There is no need for diabetics to eat boring, bland food. These poultry recipes are perfect for

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 08, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Abdul Moiz Mehmood

There is no doubt that dining outside has a lot of benefits. However, it can also not be denied that dining outside has its side-effects too. It is important to find the right balance between the

By: Abdul Moiz Mehmood l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 26, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Dee Power

Valentine's Day is probably one of the most difficult days to make dinner reservations at a restaurant. You'll be lucky to find a spot at your local fast food joint. Don't let that stop you from

By: Dee Power l Food and Drink > Main Course l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Dr. Lin Wilder

Although I would never have believed it, the best two pieces of fish I have eaten lately were poached and steamed: The salmon was poached and the cod was steamed and I cooked both, much to my

By: Dr. Lin Wilder l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 26, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0

Clams come in many shapes and sizes and are all bivalve molluscs that live in the sand. The word Clam comes from the old English word "Clamm" meaning to "bind" or "fetter", referring to the tightly

By: Henry Lord l Food and Drink > Main Course l May 29, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Bahee Manickavasagar

I love curries as they are often naturally wheat and gluten free. For a cold summer's day, this makes a lovely homemade authentic chicken curry experience. This is a very simple chicken curry recipe.

By: Bahee Manickavasagar l Food and Drink > Main Course l Jun 10, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

These delicious entrees are all diabetic friendly. You can plan a meal around these recipes and serve a meal that is suitable for the whole family including any diabetics in your group. Try the

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

Do you remember going fishing when you were young and coming home with your fish? No doubt mom would cook them and you would be so proud. I don't know how she prepared them but if you came home with

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
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Linda Carol Wilson

I was born and raised in Southern Indiana which is pork country. We raised hogs and had pork often. Here a couple of my good old fashion recipes for preparing a tasty pork meal. One of my favorite

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

No matter how busy we think we are, we can usually find the time to feed our families a decent homemade meal. If you are one of those busy cooks, and who isn't from time to time, try these recipes

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

These delicious entrees are all diabetic friendly. You can plan a meal around these recipes and serve a meal that is suitable for the whole family including any diabetics in your group. Try the

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

Do you remember going fishing when you were young and coming home with your fish? No doubt mom would cook them and you would be so proud. I don't know how she prepared them but if you came home with

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

This article features seafood recipes that are perfect for diabetics and healthy and tasty for all. Try the Mahimahi With a Tropical Taste, or Orange-Lemon Baked Salmon for tasty seafood dishes.

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Feb 19, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

With the need for easy dishes in our busy society and the need for economical recipes in these tough economic times, I often turn to my old fashion recipes. These recipes can be the basis for some

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Apr 14, 2012 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

Chicken is quick, easy, affordable, and healthy so what more would a good cook be looking for to feed her family? If you are a busy cook who still wants to feed her family healthy meals at home,

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Mar 28, 2012 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

Today is the first day of Spring and many start thinking about serving Lamb. Even though lamb is a year-round meat, it is often featured in the Spring and at Easter. Lamb, too, can be prepared in

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Mar 20, 2012 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

If you are diabetic or cook for one, you can serve these entrees without worry. They are also a good idea when you serve guests who might have a diabetic among them. Baked Turkey Meatballs Over

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Mar 14, 2012 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

The recipes in this article are just a little different from the usual. For instance, Mushroom Beef Stew where the potatoes are replaced with mushrooms and part of the broth is a cup of red wine. And

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Mar 08, 2012 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

With the need for easy dishes in our busy society and the need for economical recipes in these tough economic times, I often turn to my old fashion recipes. These recipes can be the basis for some

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Apr 14, 2012 lViews: 1 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

Chicken is quick, easy, affordable, and healthy so what more would a good cook be looking for to feed her family? If you are a busy cook who still wants to feed her family healthy meals at home,

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Mar 28, 2012 lViews: 5 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

Today is the first day of Spring and many start thinking about serving Lamb. Even though lamb is a year-round meat, it is often featured in the Spring and at Easter. Lamb, too, can be prepared in

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Mar 20, 2012 lViews: 1 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

If you are diabetic or cook for one, you can serve these entrees without worry. They are also a good idea when you serve guests who might have a diabetic among them. Baked Turkey Meatballs Over

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Mar 14, 2012 lViews: 3 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

The recipes in this article are just a little different from the usual. For instance, Mushroom Beef Stew where the potatoes are replaced with mushrooms and part of the broth is a cup of red wine. And

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Mar 08, 2012 lViews: 0 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

With the need for easy dishes in our busy society and the need for economical recipes in these tough economic times, I often turn to my old fashion recipes. These recipes can be the basis for some

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Apr 14, 2012 lViews: 1 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

Chicken is quick, easy, affordable, and healthy so what more would a good cook be looking for to feed her family? If you are a busy cook who still wants to feed her family healthy meals at home,

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Mar 28, 2012 lViews: 5 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

Today is the first day of Spring and many start thinking about serving Lamb. Even though lamb is a year-round meat, it is often featured in the Spring and at Easter. Lamb, too, can be prepared in

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Mar 20, 2012 lViews: 1 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

If you are diabetic or cook for one, you can serve these entrees without worry. They are also a good idea when you serve guests who might have a diabetic among them. Baked Turkey Meatballs Over

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Mar 14, 2012 lViews: 3 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

The recipes in this article are just a little different from the usual. For instance, Mushroom Beef Stew where the potatoes are replaced with mushrooms and part of the broth is a cup of red wine. And

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Main Course l Mar 08, 2012 lViews: 0 lComments: 0
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