Sweet Treats

How To Make Homemade Macaroons

How To Make Homemade Macaroons

Written by on December 3, 2014 in Sweet Treats with 0 Comments

There is no dessert as luxurious as the classic French macaroon and no dessert considered as notoriously difficult to master. The fact is however that with the right tricks and instructions making professional level macaroons at home is actually very easy. Assemble Your Ingredients To make your macaroons, you will need the following ingredients: 4 […]

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How To Make Indoor Smores

How To Make Indoor Smores

Written by on December 9, 2014 in Sweet Treats with 0 Comments

Do you love s’mores? S’mores are one of the most popular snacks when it comes to those that love the outdoors and are on a camping trip. The kids can help make these fun snacks while being accompanied by an adult. They get the joy of roasting the marshmallows while sitting around a campfire. The […]

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Coconut Panna Cotta

Coconut Panna Cotta

Written by on December 23, 2014 in Sweet Treats with 0 Comments

Panna cotta is a creamy Italian dessert that is much more common in restaurants than home kitchens. However, the sweet treat is very easy to make. Panna cotta, which is “cooked cream” in Italian, consists of a sweetened cream mixture that is set or molded with gelatin. The gelatin thickens the panna cotta without the […]

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Soups Salads

How To Make Parsnip And Apple Soup

How To Make Parsnip And Apple Soup

Written by on December 5, 2014 in Soups & Salads with 0 Comments

Parsnip and Apple Soup may sound very strange. To say it is an unexpected combination is an understatement. You would not think these two flavors would work together, but they harmonize extremely well. If you are feeling a bit adventurous, give this recipe a try. You will be very glad you did! Remember, you have […]

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How To Make Oxtail Soup

How To Make Oxtail Soup

Written by on December 14, 2014 in Soups & Salads with 0 Comments

Making oxtail soup is a long process but the end result is well worth the wait. The preparation time for making the soup is fairly short and easy taking only about 15 minutes to prepare. The actual cooking time is much longer and will take approximately 3 1/2 hours for the meat to be completely […]

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How To Make Wonton Soup

How To Make Wonton Soup

Written by on December 18, 2014 in Soups & Salads with 0 Comments

Wonton soup is a well know Chinese recipe that is a big hit at many Chinese restaurants. It involves some amount of expertise to prepare correctly, due to the amount of ingredients used as well as how thoroughly involved it makes the cook/chef . This article will illustrate the detail of preparing Wonton soup. The […]

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Side Dish

How To Make Tomato Gratin

How To Make Tomato Gratin

Written by on December 2, 2014 in Side Dish with 0 Comments

A tomato gratin can be a lovely side dish or when served with a hearty salad can be a delicious and unique, vegetarian main dish. The following recipe will serve four as a side dish and two as a main dish. Because it is an easy to prepare dish and can be changed with variations […]

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How To Make Loaded Lobster Mashed Potatoes

How To Make Loaded Lobster Mashed Potatoes

Written by on December 15, 2014 in Side Dish with 0 Comments

Mashed potatoes are a typical American family favorite. The great thing about this side dish is that it can be altered in so many different ways. Making loaded lobster mashed potatoes is one delicious way to prepare them. It is easy to do and the taste is unique and flavorful. Loaded lobster mashed potatoes start […]

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How To Make Cranberry Stuffing

How To Make Cranberry Stuffing

Written by on December 22, 2014 in Side Dish with 0 Comments

During the holidays people are always looking for special dishes they can serve up and enjoy that offer a unique flavor to compliment the main entree. As with any warm and hearty meal, stuffing is one of the mainstays that people love to enjoy. Whether with a special chicken, pork, or turkey meal, this added […]

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Pasta Preparation

How To Make Spinach Pesto Pasta

How To Make Spinach Pesto Pasta

Written by on December 22, 2014 in Pasta Preparation with 0 Comments

This delicious Spinach Pesto Pasta is simple to make! You do not have to be a whiz in the kitchen to whip this recipe up. It is also fast to make, and can be made even on a busy week night. If you have enough time to boil pasta, then you have enough time to […]

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How To Make Baked Ziti

How To Make Baked Ziti

Written by on December 26, 2014 in Pasta Preparation with 0 Comments

There’s nothing like a beefy baked ziti to please your family or your guests. This version is not only delicious, but also very quick and easy to prepare. With the exception of the fresh ground beef and mozzarella, the ingredients are items you can keep in your kitchen cupboard. And even the novice in the […]

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How To Make Ham And Mushroom Pasta Bake

How To Make Ham And Mushroom Pasta Bake

Written by on December 29, 2014 in Pasta Preparation with 0 Comments

Traditionally known in Italy as tagliantelle al forno, a ham and mushroom bake makes a very delicious dinner dish. It combines two of the most popular and favorite pasta dishes – the creamy and cheesy carbonara and the flavors of a pasta bake. It is quick and easy and sure to be a hit. Instead […]

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Main Dish

Beef Casserole With Sweetcorn Dumplings

Beef Casserole With Sweetcorn Dumplings

Written by on December 3, 2014 in Main Dish with 0 Comments

A casserole is an ancient dish that feeds a large group of people in a family style manner. A casserole can consist of many things, from meat to cheese to sauce, and easy to prepare. Today you will learn how to make a beef casserole with sweetcorn dumpling. This is a meal that is sure […]

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How To Make Honey Mustard Chicken

How To Make Honey Mustard Chicken

Written by on December 18, 2014 in Main Dish with 0 Comments

How To Make Honey Mustard Chicken Ingredients: Boneless Chicken Breast with skin 1 tablespoon of grain mustard 1 tablespoon of light olive oil 1 tablespoon of honey Pepper Salt Cooking Utensils: Frying Pan Baking Sheet Bowl Mixing Spoons Brush To make a delicious, juicy, and tasty honey mustard chicken for 2 persons follow the following […]

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Sirloin Steaks With Peppercorn And Horseradish Sauce

Sirloin Steaks With Peppercorn And Horseradish Sauce

Written by on December 26, 2014 in Main Dish with 0 Comments

Sirloin steaks are one of the more premium cuts of beef. In the U.S, sirloins are cut from near the rear portion, continuing from the short loin, the T-bone, porterhouse, and club steaks areas. In Britain and Australia, the word sirloin refers to cuts of meat from the upper middle area, and are similar to […]

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Holiday Parties

How To Make Leftover Turkey And Stuffing Casserole

How To Make Leftover Turkey And Stuffing Casserole

Written by on December 3, 2014 in Holiday & Parties with 0 Comments

When you want to make something with your leftover turkey, you will be able to do so. The leftover turkey and stuffing casserole is ideal for making a meal that will truly be worthy for a lunch or dinner with your family and loved ones. It is not only tasty, but it is very good […]

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How To Make Grilled Honey Rosemary Lamb Chops With Mustard Potatoes

How To Make Grilled Honey Rosemary Lamb Chops With Mustard Potatoes

Written by on December 20, 2014 in Holiday & Parties with 0 Comments

Ingredients to Make Grilled Honey Rosemary Lamb Chops with Mustard Potatoes: 8 lamb chops 2 medium potatoes 1 tablespoon rosemary 4 tablespoons honey 1 tablespoon sherry vinegar 17 fl ounces vegetable oil 1 teaspoon mayonnaise 2 cloves of garlic 1 tablespoon of water 1 tablespoon of whole grain mustard 1 tablespoon parsley pepper salt Cooking […]

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How To Make Mini Lamb Satays

How To Make Mini Lamb Satays

Written by on December 28, 2014 in Holiday & Parties with 0 Comments

Today we are going to make mini lamb satays. Satays originated in South-East Asia and are now loved all over the world. They come in hundreds of varieties and meat choices based on different regions taste preferences, but this is one of my favorite satay recipes. This recipe serves 4 people and requires 500g/18 oz […]

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How To Make Tomato Gratin

How To Make Tomato Gratin

Written by on December 2, 2014 in Side Dish with 0 Comments

A tomato gratin can be a lovely side dish or when served with a hearty salad can be a delicious and unique, vegetarian main dish. The following recipe will serve four as a side dish and two as a main dish. Because it is an easy to prepare dish and can be changed with variations […]

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How To Make Homemade Macaroons

There is no dessert as luxurious as the classic French macaroon and no dessert considered as notoriously difficult to master. The fact is however that with the right tricks and instructions making professional level macaroons at home is actually very easy. Assemble Your Ingredients To make your macaroons, you will need the following ingredients: 4 […]

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How To Make Leftover Turkey And Stuffing Casserole

When you want to make something with your leftover turkey, you will be able to do so. The leftover turkey and stuffing casserole is ideal for making a meal that will truly be worthy for a lunch or dinner with your family and loved ones. It is not only tasty, but it is very good […]

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