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  • Crispy Tofu
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    How to Make Crispy Tofu

    Tofu is one of those foods that most people either love or hate. I think the reason some people dislike tofu is not because of the food itself but because they just haven’t had it cooked properly. The spongy, chewy tofu that most people are used to is not my preferred way to have it. […] More

  • Instant Pot Loaded Potato Soup
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    Instant Pot Loaded Potato Soup

    What’s great about loaded potato soup is that you can add all those leftovers in the fridge to it just to fill it out. So, when I’m making loaded potato soup, I’ll look through my fridge to see what little bits I have left from previous meals that can be added to it. That gives […] More

  • Chicken and Sausage Gumbo
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    Best Chicken and Sausage Gumbo Recipe

    Sausage gumbo is integral part of Louisiana Cajun cuisine. It’s one of those foods that people immediately think of when you talk about Cajun dishes. Gumbo can be served on its own as a soup or with rice mixed in or on the side. Most gumbo is made using a very strongly flavored stock, like […] More

  • Sustainable Seafood
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    Sustainable Seafood Guide: 5 Items to Add to Your Shopping Cart

    Not all seafood is sustainable and available in a seemingly unlimited supply. Some fish are harpooned rather than netted and some are fished to the brink of extinction. How do you know which ones are which? How to tell which fish are sustainable and which ones you should be avoiding?  There’s usually very limited information […] More

  • best air fryer
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    What Is the Best Air Fryer for Home Cooking 2021?

    The air fryer is the healthy alternative to deep frying, using only a small amount of oil to crisp and cook food. Air fryers give food that same great fried texture as regular frying, but they also cook similarly to a convection oven, giving you the best of both worlds. If you love your fried […] More

  • Blenders for Protein Shakes
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    Best Blenders for Protein Shakes

    Not all blenders are created equal. If you only use your blender occasionally for a smoothie or something, then you don’t have to be too particular about the kind of blender that you use. Just about anything will do. But what about if you plan to make protein shakes, smoothies, or some other beverage almost […] More

  • Turkey Breast in Air Fryer
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    Cooking Turkey Breast in Air Fryer

    Would you like to be able to cook your turkey breast quickly and easily in the air fryer and be sure that it comes out tasty and perfectly cooked every time? Cooking turkey breast in air fryer means cooking it in far less time than it takes to cook in the oven. You do not […] More

  • Live Lobster
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    How to Cook a Live Lobster at Home

    While perfectly cooked lobster may seem like something you can only order at fine dining restaurants, I want to show you how to cook a live lobster at home. Most kind lobsters are fairly easy to cook, and once you know how long to boil them and how to prep them for cooking, you shouldn’t […] More

  • Sugar Snap Peas
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    How to Cook Sugar Snap Peas in Microwave

    Did you know that you could cook just about any vegetable in the microwave and have it come out tasting just as fresh and crunchy as if you steamed it? Microwaving your vegetables is a simple way to cook them simply, and you don’t have to sacrifice any texture or taste when you cook them […] More

  • Turkey Bacon
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    How to Cook Turkey Bacon in the Oven

    I never considered cooking any kind of bacon in the oven until I read about someone else doing it online. After trying it out, I’ve become a convert, and I want to share with you how to cook turkey bacon in the oven perfectly. There are definitely some advantages to cooking turkey with this method. […] More

  • Deer Jerky
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    How to Make Deer Jerky at Home

    A lot of times if you end up with deer meat, you can have way more than you are able to use quickly. Like most meats, your meat won’t last more than a few days in your fridge. Of course, you can freeze it, but there are other ways to use it without it going […] More

  • Raspberry jam
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    How to Make Raspberry Jam

    How to Make Raspberry Jam    Raspberry jam is a good one to start with if you haven’t made type of jam before. That’s because it is so quick and easy to put together.   There’s a little bit of prep work that goes into making raspberry jam. It is best if you wash the raspberries […] More

  • Instant Pot chicken with broccoli
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    Instant Pot Chicken and Broccoli Recipe

    Here is a quick and easy recipe to make with your Instant Pot, creating a meal very simply. Now, I love my Instant Pot and how it makes mealtime so much simpler, taking a lot of effort and time out of creating family size dinners. I’m going to show you how to make Instant Pot […] More

  • Best Knife for Carving a Turkey
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    What Is the Best Knife for Carving a Turkey?

    You need to use the right kind of knife for cutting each type of meat. There is a specific kind of knife that works best for each meat type. With the right knife for steak cutting you’ll slice through the meat much faster and get a cleaner cut. It’s true of turkey as well and […] More

  • Seafood Boil Sauce
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    How to Make Seafood Boil Sauce

    A seafood boil is great way to put a lot of seafood meats into the same dish quickly and easily without a lot of fuss. You can toss together lobster, crab, shrimp, and more in your seafood boil and cook them all at once. They will all combine nicely and can all cook in the […] More

  • Stew Beef Cubes
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    Recipes Using Stew Beef Cubes

    I’m the kind of person who prefers stew beef cubes to a steak, and that’s primarily because of how versatile these cubes are. There are so many recipes that I can throw them into and make a quick meal that is different from the one I ate the day before. I want to share with […] More

  • Tomahawk Steak
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    How to Cook a Tomahawk Steak

    The unique looking tomahawk steak is a high-quality piece of rib eye steak. This rib eye cut usually has a minimum of five inches of bone left in it. The long bone sticking out of the steak gives it an interesting look and that’s also how it gets its name. I want to show you […] More

  • Hash Browns
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    How to Cook Frozen Hash Browns

    Hash browns are the perfect addition to your breakfast or make a great meal on their own. I’m going to show you how to cook frozen hash browns at home so you can enjoy these tasty potato patties at any time. Hash browns are made from potatoes that have been cut and then reformed into […] More

  • Rice in Rice Cooker
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    How to Make Rice in a Rice Cooker

    I know more and more people are using rice cookers to make their rice, and I don’t blame them. It’s a lot faster and easier than cooking your rice the conventional way, in a pot on the stove. The rice cooker is specially designed to make rice in the simplest way possible. Best of all, […] More

  • Blueberry Jam
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    How to Make Blueberry Jam

    Blueberry jam is a super simple topping to make that is so much better when you make it yourself. This is one of those foods that is often packed with additives in the store-bought version. There are so many preservatives and unnatural substances in the grocery version of blueberry jam that anyone trying to live […] More

  • Pretzels
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    How to Make Chocolate Covered Pretzels

    I love the salty crunchy taste of pretzels, but you know what makes them even better? When you smother pretzels in chocolate, they become a delightfully decadent snack. This is a food I could munch on at any time and be perfectly happy with it. I make these at home sometimes, with raw ingredients. You […] More

  • Boba Pearl
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    How to Make Boba at Home

    I am going to share with my recipe for how to make boba at home. Boba pearls are made from tapioca and a few other basic ingredients and often used in Chinese tea or South American dishes. Some people use boba pearls to make pudding, smoothies or taro milk tea. Once you know how to […] More

  • ribs in the oven
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    How Long to Slow Cook Ribs in Oven at 200 Degrees

    To make succulent savoury fall off the bone ribs, it is going to take some work and some time. To slow cook baby back ribs in oven 200 degrees, you have to be prepared to be in it for the long haul. You can cook the ribs quickly and simply with little prep work and […] More

  • Broccoli Rabe
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    How to Cook Broccoli Rabe for Best Flavour Results

    What’s broccoli rabe? It’s not actually broccoli, and if you didn’t know that already, it may come as a little bit of a shock. Broccoli rabe (pronounced like “rob”) is a green, leafy, cruciferous vegetable that  has a bitter taste to it. You can use it in similar ways to kale, spinach, or other thin […] More

  • french fries in air fryer
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    How to Make French Fries in an Air Fryer

    The great French fry dilemma is that they are delicious but very unhealthy. When fries are cooked in hot oil it gives them a wonderfully crispy outer skin and a soft, comforting interior. However, the potatoes absorb a lot of oil. Even the so-called healthy oils are not good for you in large quantities. I […] More

  • Blanch Green Beans
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    How Long to Blanch Green Beans?

    Have you ever tried blanching your vegetables? This is a method of heating and then freezing the vegetables that traps in their nutrients keeps them from degrading. It is very useful for anyone who is trying to freeze veggies and who wants them to stay fresh while in the freezer and while being stored over […] More

  • California Rolls
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    How to Make California Rolls at Home

    Did you know the California roll is the most popular sushi roll in the United States? It is filled with delectable crab meat, as well as crunchy cucumber and avocado. These combine to form a delicious sushi roll. When you hear something with the name California, it may make you question whether it’s authentic Japanese […] More

  • Chinese Dumplings
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    How to Make Chinese Dumplings from Scratch

    Pot stickers, or Chinese dumplings, are a mainstay of Chinese cuisine. They’re soft and plump and a great addition to your meal, and you can learn how to make Chinese dumplings from scratch at home. That’s right, you don’t have to buy them when you want to put together a Chinese dinner. With the right […] More

  • Fried Icecream
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    How to Make Fried Ice Cream at Home

    Is there a more perfect simple dessert than ice cream? The sweet, creamy flavor and the refreshing coldness make for a beautiful combination. And then the fact that you can make ice cream in just about any flavor ensures that you’ll never run out of dessert options if you stick with ice cream. But there’s […] More

  • Fried-Oreos
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    How to Make Fried Oreos – Delicious Dessert Recipe

    If you go to a county fair in the southern United States, you will find a wide selection of fried foods not found anywhere else. Some of these fried dishes have expanded beyond that area of the world, like fried okra, corn dogs, and funnel cake, but others have mostly been confined to a small […] More

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    How to Season Ground Beef

    If you’re like most people, you season ground beef by sprinkling some seasoning over the ground beef as it cooks. Most people don’t measure out how much seasoning they use with this method, nor do they season the food consistently. This works okay sometimes, making a surprisingly delicious beef dish from time to time. Other […] More

  • eye of round snake
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    How to Cook Eye of Round Steak

    What makes eye of round steak stand out is how lean it is. In fact, it is one of the leanest steak cuts you can find, meaning it is healthier for you than most others. There is no need to trim the fat when the cut is already this lean. The low fat and low […] More

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