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24 November, 2022

Cooking With Garlic

Cooking With Garlic
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Botanically speaking, garlic is a vegetable. Any edible portion of a herbaceous plant, such as the roots, leaves, stems, and bulbs, is considered a vegetable. Garlic belongs to the onion family, alongside shallots, leeks, and chives. Facts About Garlic There are 450 varieties of garlic and it is one of the oldest food flavorings. Archeological
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12 July, 2022

Sautéed Asparagus Garlic & Smoked Bacon

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This asparagus garlic sauté is an easy, fresh and tender side dish with bacon chopped up and sautéed together creating the perfect combination of deliciousness. A sautéed dish that is a perfect combination that can enhance any meal. It makes a great left-over or light lunch side. Ever Had Asparagus For Breakfast – Well Now
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29 November, 2021

Red Swiss Chard & Asparagus Omelette

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Swiss chard is a close relative of the beet and is grown for its leaves and stems as opposed to the edible root. The leafy green is known for its bright colored stems of red, yellow, pink, and purple. If all colors are sold bundled together it is referred to as Rainbow Swiss Chard. For
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27 November, 2021

Pork Loin With A Maple Garlic Sauce

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Pork loin often goes by many names. However similar they are, it should not be confused with pork tenderloin. The most accurate name for pork loin would be pork loin roast. The loin can be a tough muscle found along the back of the pig, on either side of the backbone. It runs down from
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23 October, 2021

Herbs De Provence Fried Potatoes Over Smoked Gouda

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Herbs De Provence is a mixture of dried herbs procured in the southeastern region of France. The blend of herbs contain savory, marjoram, rosemary, thyme, and oregano. Lavender leaves are also included with production in the North American market. The herb mixture is typically used with grilled foods and stews and are used before or
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14 August, 2021

Foods That Don’t Need Refrigerating

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Some food items we buy are clearly marked to refrigerate after opening, as an example foods like dairy products and meats among others. There are some items we buy that are not marked as to how to store it once you have it at home in your kitchen. These food items include the following. Tomatoes
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27 March, 2021

Roasted Red Potatoes with Garlic Parmesan

Roasted Red Potatoes with Garlic Parmesan
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These roasted red potatoes with garlic parmesan are simple and fast to make. A perfect side dish to any dinner and sure to please. They are toasted with olive oil, minced garlic, along with a little Himalayan salt and black pepper. You can also mix dried thyme, oregano, and basil if you wish. Once they’re
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16 March, 2016

How To Spice Things Up When Cooking

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Herbs and spices are used to enhance the flavor of food, either it be for cooking Spaghetti Carbonara or baking an apple pie. An herb or spice can be a seed, fruit, root, bark, berry, bud or leafy part of the plant. They are principally used for flavoring food among other uses. They can be
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29 February, 2016

How Too Eleminate Pungent Kitchen Smells

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We all enjoy good aromas in our kitchen. But let’s face it, there are just some smells which we can’t avoid while cooking and are hard to get read of after making dinner. If you made some fish, then you know how hard it is to get to eliminate the smell from your cutting board or the
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26 January, 2016

Prosciutto Cotto & Lentils

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Prosciutto cotto literally means “cooked ham.” It’s a popular cold cut in Italy, that is brined pork hindquarter that has been slowly cooked with its skin on to retain moisture. Prosciutto cotto usually contains less salt than cooked American ham which makes prosciutto a good recipe substitute. Lentils have 18 grams of protein per serving,
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