How to Make Southern Style Meatloaf

Meatloaf consistently ranks at the top of lists of favorite comfort foods – for good reason. When it’s good it’s fabulous. Hearty, rich and satisfying, American meatloaf was originally begun during the Depression era as a way to stretch the budget – adding additional ingredients to meat in order to make it go farther. Since […]

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How to Make Pesto Flavored Herbed Butters

~Savory Pesto Herbed Butters~ There are ways to add flavor to anything we cook, secrets that none of the Chefs want to share, deep dark WAYS that superb cooks do not want to share. Well here is one of those secrets, here is a method for adding deep richness and alluring pungency to any sauce, […]

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How to Make Great Tasting Vodka Drinks

In the quest to make great a great tasting Vodka drink, naturally everyone focuses on the Vodka. Nothing screams “Nancy Boy” more than watching two adult males arguing over whether Grey Goose or Belvedere is the Vodka of choice, or do we go Old School with Stoli or Vox? However when it comes to a […]

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How to Make Kung Pao Chicken

Kung Pao Chicken is really known as Gong Bao Chicken (or gung bou gai) in the East. One of the most popular dishes both in the East and the West, it is a famous dish from Sichuan and named after a famous provincial governor from the Qing dynasty. After a while, the name became politically […]

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How to Make Crab Stuffed Tilapia

Here is a great recipe and technique for stuffing tender Tilapia Fillets with a savory crab stuffing. Try it, you’ll love it! Crab Stuffed Tilapia Fillets 1 pound crabmeat, steamed and drained1/2 cup thinly sliced scallions, both green and white parts1/2 cup (premade) mashed potatoes, prepared with 1 tbsp. butter and 2 tbsp. cream1 Egg1/4 […]

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How to Make Easy Chicken Curry

Curry is one of the most popular dishes in the UK, as well as throughout the world. It is simple to make, very tasty and with so many variations you can add your own ingredients to make it truly unique. This is a dish enjoyed by many students in the UK as it is cheap […]

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Hot Chocolate Recipe

Hot chocolate is one of those beverages that came to us from Europe by way of central America. When the Spanish brought it back after their conquest of the Aztecs, chocolate was still the bitter beverage invented by the Mayans. It wasn’t until the 1580s that cane sugar was added with cinnamon and other spices […]

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How to Make Chicken Chow Mein

Chow Mein is a popular dish from China and has many variations of it – including chicken, pork, beef and prawn with noodles (if you encounter a dish with the word ‘mein’ in it, it will have noddles). This recipe uses beef and is the one that a friend of mine taught me. A while […]

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How the British Helped Make Tea what it is Today

After being introduced to tea in the in the mid-seventeenth century, the British love affair with tea seems to be a never ending one. Today, Britain is perhaps one of the largest tea drinking nation on the face of this planet. The British have done many things to help make tea what it is today. […]

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Homemade Dill Pickles

Who doesn’t love a perfectly crunchy dill pickle? You can eat them on or with your favorite sandwich, dip them in a buttermilk flour batter and fry them, or keep it simple and eat them straight out of the jar. Any way you choose to devour this delicious snack is up to you. And there […]

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