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Monday, May 29, 2006

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Looking At Cooking - Freezing Individual Portions of Meat

Before I share information about cooking, on this Memorial Day, I would first like to thank those wonderful, brave, men and women who have fought to keep our country, the good ol' U.S.A., free. I also want to thank those men and women who are currently serving in our military! THANK YOU!

Now, let's continue with some information about cooking.

Foods that individually frozen are very convenient for the person cooking. Just reach in the freezer and pull out exactly what you need without worrying about cooking to much or to little. This comes in real handy when those unexpected guests show up!

Here is how to freeze individual pieces of meat, or poultry.

Before freezing, be sure to wrap the individual pieces of meat or poultry with plastic wrap.

Arrange on baking sheets and freeze, uncovered, just until frozen. In order to preserve food quality, place frozen food in freezer bags or wrap in protective freezer paper or foil.

For fast and safe thawing, use the microwave to defrost meats being sure to follow the manufacturer's directions.

Brandi also has a blog at Wedding Decor and More!

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Monday, May 08, 2006

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Looking At Cooking - Cooking Tips

A lot of stress can come with cooking. Sure, cooking can be fun, but when you come in from a long day at work, you've picked up the kids from dance lessons or baseball practice, you still haven't spent time with your husband, but it's 7:30 p.m. and now you have to start cooking dinner, the thought of taking a nap on cement begins to seem cozy. This is where some handy cooking tips come in to play. Cooking tips can save you time and energy and increase efficiency.

I hope you enjoy these cooking tips:

Banana Mashing - For those of you who have arthritis this will be a helpful tip. When mashing bananas place the bananas in a metal mixing bowl and mash them with a pastry cutter. The rounded bowl sides and the shape of the cutter work well together.

This is Cheesey! - Grate cheddar and mozzarella cheeses together. Always grate some extra and put the extra in a resealable bag that way it will be ready for your next recipe.

Cooking Kabobs - Before cooking kabobs on bamboo skewers soak the skewers in water for a few minutes and they won't burn on the grill.

Cooking tips can prove to be very helpful even for the expert chef. These cooking tips will save you both time and energy.

Brandi also has a blog at Wedding Decor and More!

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Friday, May 05, 2006

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Looking at Cooking - Onions

You like them but they make you cry. Tears are strolling down your face as you squint just trying to chop IT without chopping your hand! The smell is strong enough to make you cough just a bit. Yep, it's the onion.

Be looking at your local supermarket for the new type of onion called Certified Extra Sweet (CES) Vidalias.

These new onions have a very mild taste but are supersweet in flavor.

They will be in limited supply because they are grown only in a small part of the Vidalia region of Georgia and require special cultivation.

The onions can be found from May through mid-June.

Brandi also has a blog at Wedding Decor and More!

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