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Spelt isn't about spelling. What is spelt bread, anyway?
By Jennifer Hinders
Venison sausage rarely includes only venison. If the sausage isn't dry, you can be sure pork was added to the recipe. Sometimes beef is added as well.
By Helen Polaski
Cooking the perfect turkey for Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any special dinner occasion has always been about two things: time and luck. Choosing between a fresh or a frozen turkey is often the first step.
By Susan Quilty
Easy chocolate dessert recipes can be created in a snap, and that includes a Baked Alaska birthday cake and chocolate pralines. Most great chocolate dessert recipes call for some type of melted chocolate, and these recipes will not disappoint.
By Helen Polaski
The key to chocolate bundt cake recipes is the bundt cake pan. Most recipes use basic cake making ingredients including, butter, sugar, chocolate and eggs. A little bit of sour cream is the secret ingredient in making the cake stay moist and tender.
By Kristen Oliveri
You may be searching for ways to cook with gluten free grains if you or a loved one has just been diagnosed with gluten intolerance or celiac disease. Fortunately, gluten free grains are available for cooking, making it possible to cook whole grains that will not irritate your condition.
By Rachel Mork
Corn is quite a treat. On the cob, off the cob, roasted, grilled, buttered, salted or baked into muffins, people love corn, but does it count as a vegetable?
By Lauren Bove
Delicious homemade Southern cornbread is the perfect accompaniment to a nice bowl of piping hot chili. It also is perfect paired with most barbeque items like ribs, pulled pork and smothered brisket.
By Kristen Oliveri
A New England clam bake is not a meal you'd prepare for one or two people. It's an all-day event or party perfect for celebrating a family reunion or a gathering of friends on the beach. While you can cut corners and try this in your kitchen, clam bakes are typically held on the beach and served on wooden picnic tables lined with butcher paper. A clam bake is a party of finger foods cooked on the beach.
By Rachel Mork
Fried pork chops are best when added to another dish or smothered in gravy or some other equally delectable sauce. Pork chops are versatile, and other dishes can be improved upon when pan fried chops are part of the equation.
By Helen Polaski
Instead of using bottled barbecue sauce from the store, why not make your own? This hamburger recipe comes complete with tips for an easy sauce.
Choosing the top 10 Italian recipes is impossible. Here are choices from Italian cuisine, some old favorites and some less well-known. Sicilian Chicken 4 chic...click here for more.
By Janet Grischy
Half a century ago, Serendipity 3, one of New York's finest restaurants, created a drink sensation that both titillated the senses, froze the palette and brought a smile to the faces of those who tried it. Called Frozen Hot Chocolate, the sweet concoction is actually a play on words: this dessert is neither frozen nor hot.
By Helen Polaski
Alligator burgers, anyone? Check out the alligator meat facts.
By Jennifer Hinders
Cured meat is a delicious option for dinner.
By Susan Smith
Try this dip recipe with grilled eggplant, Portobello mushrooms or corn. You can also use this easy dip recipe as a marinade for vegetables and tofu. Take advantage of your grill for roasting the peppers.
By Nancy Berkoff RD, EdD, CCE
Fried dill pickles may sound strange, but the crisp pickle plus the fried coating provides a fun texture contrast.
With literally thousands of different types of mushrooms available, it's important to understand how to select the best varieties of mushrooms, how to store your mushrooms properly and how to clean these treats before cooking your mushroom dishes.
By Helen Polaski
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