When it comes to prime rib and there are two basic camps. One side says you must cook it with the bones attached. The idea is that the bones give more flavor to the meat. The other side says that the meat can be just as flavorful without the bones, and easier to carve. If you want to give it a try, here is a boneless prime roast recipe. There are plenty of variations on the basic boneless prime roast recipe so feel free to improvise. ... Read More
Avocados are an ideal source for healthy fats and one of the most versatile fruits both in and out of the kitchen. High in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, they slow digestion, provide you with vitamins, and can be used for beauty treatments.
Avocados and Your Diet
In terms of dietary needs, you should get 5 servings a day of healthy oils and spreads. For avocados, this amounts to 1/5 of... Read More
When it comes to breakfast, the sky's the limit. From savory to sweet, breakfast is not only the most important meal of the day, but usually the tastiest. While there are thousands of delicious breakfast recipes out there to enjoy, we've compiled 5 of our all-time favorite breakfasts, along with a few variations to keep things interesting.
The Breakfast Scramble
If those who can't do, teach; then those who... Read More
Many cooks are intimidated by complex sauces with fancy names. Béarnaise, Marinara, Béchamel, Picatta...they all sound complicated, but they're not! These sauces combine simple ingredients with a little bit of patience and a hot pan to produce tasty results right in your own kitchen.
Béarnaise -- A Butter-Wine Sauce
Béarnaise is a butter-wine sauce thickened with egg yolks and... Read More
There is truly no one food that can help your health more than chilies -- no matter whether red or green. When the weather gets colder, chilies can really help your system stay at peak health.
A great way to really boost your system is to eat chili -- often known as chili con carne -- a truly American food. Jane Butel, author of Chili Madness and 18 other books says Bowl o' Red is her very favorite chili. This chili has won more... Read More
Preparing foods that are both nutritious and delicious is always a challenge. If, like most families, you have a picky eater or two, there are a few tricks you can use to boost the nutritional value of the foods your family loves. One such trick is to "sneak" or "hide" nutrition in food to give it a healthy makeover.
Think about the foods your family already enjoys. Even foods that may not seem very nutritious at first can actually be quite... Read More
Make this Mother's Day unforgettable with one of these breakfast menus, or use your imagination and substitute.
Quick and easy but delicious, the breakfast casserole is put together the night before. A delicious cantaloupe smoothie and easy muffins make this breakfast memorable.
Western Ham and Egg Casserole Make this casserole the night before, then refrigerate and pop it in the oven in the morning.... Read More
By Nick Mutt
Losing weight is not as easy as advertised by pharmaceutical companies that claim their products to assure 100 percent guaranteed weight loss. Shedding those extra pounds of flesh requires some physical activities accompanied with herbal supplements that are not only free from side effects but also take... Read More
I was sitting there watching one of my favorite TV shows when a cookie craving hit me. As I watched one of the main characters take her chocolate chip cookies off the baking sheet, I drooled at the prospect of some freshly baked cookies.
I wanted something that was easy, quick, and didn't require me to go out and buy ingredients. So I searched the Internet, figuring peanut butter cookies would do the trick. I was surprised to find... Read More
by Lisa Parker
Great dinners do not always require advanced planning. Sometimes you just have to wing it with what you have on hand. If you keep your pantry and refrigerator stocked with some basic supplies - and a few surprises - you will never be at a loss when you have to whip up something great for dinner... Read More