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White Chocolate

I have been reading and really enjoying the books “What Einstein Told His Cook”. I am reading part one and two. These books are by Robert Wolke. He is a college science professor who now is a food writer, so he gets the science behind food. I love the science behind food and cooking. I really enjoy knowing why some things work and some things […]

Wheat Grinder

I thought I needed to post something about healthy eating, since I have been posting a bunch of unhealthy recipes. Yes, last week I fixed a lot of unhealthy food but overall I have been trying to cook healthier. I decided it would be a good time to combine my Kitchen Tip with GratiTuesday. One of the things that I have struggled with in trying […]

Dried Beans

I have always used canned beans. I think mainly for the convenience of them. It is so much easier to open a can then it is to soak beans overnight and then cook them for several hours. Plus, even canned beans are not the expensive. If you have been reading my blog for a while you know that I am trying to reduce the amount […]

Freezer French Toast

I will start by saying this recipe is NOT healthy and I do not fix it often. It is a treat for my family. It makes a good holiday meal since it can be made ahead of time. I recently made it when we had company. It works great for a breakfast for company because it can be made a head of time and frozen. […]

Grilling Pizza

We really enjoy using our grill. We use it a lot during the warmer months so that we do not have to heat up the oven. A couple of years ago my sister told me that she had grilled pizza and that it was really good. I knew it was something I wanted to try. The recipe she use was out of a Weber Grilling […]

Skillet Bow Tie Lasagna

This is a great one pot, quick, and easy dinner. I love this recipe when you need to make dinner in 30 minutes or less. You can have this on the table in 30 minutes. If you add salad you have a great meal. Recipes like this are great for busy days. Most of the ingredients are things you usually have on hand.

Baking Is A Science

Baking is a science. When you cook something like a casserole or soup you can change things around and still get good results. If you vary the ingredients or cooking time it may not be as good but it will still work. Baking on the other hand is like science. There is a reason there is a certain amount of baking soda to flour to […]

Preventing Freezer Burn

My tip for today is a simple one. In order to cut down on freezer burn, limit how much you open your freezer. The more you open it, the more freezer burn you will get. We keep our meat and some of our other frozen foods in a freezer outside in our shop. I try to figure out what I need from that freezer once […]

Peeling Hard Boiled Eggs

I posted this in April for Kitchen Tip Tuesday. I wanted to link to it for Frugal Upstate’s egg week. I was in the doctor’s office recently waiting with my daughter. I picked up a cooking magazine to look through. That was about the only magazine worth looking at. I was so glad I picked it up though because I read a great tip. It […]

French Toast

I made french toast this morning. I like my french toast a little crispy. I do not like soggy french toast. I read a tip several years ago that helps it not get soggy. It is flour. If you just add a little bit, a tablespoon or so for every 3 to 4 eggs, it works great. French toast is one of those things you […]

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