Offbeat

Cooking with Trisha Yearwood and Family

For a country girl married to a country boy cooking their homemade foods was important. Trisha Yearwood loved her father’s Brunswick stew but his recipe fed 160 people according to COUNTRY SINGER’S COOKBOOK GETS BACK TO GEORGIA COMFORT FOODS,By JOHN MARK EBERHART, http://www.trishayearwood.com/news.php?title=country_singer_s_cookbook_gets_back_to_g_1&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1. She loves to cook and she had…

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Home Cooking Disasters

I love a home cooked meal. It’s a delight to sit down at the dinner table and have a fresh, warm dinner. Broiled chicken with fresh, steamed vegetables and mashed potatoes makes for a delicious meal. Unfortunately, not everyone has a knack for cooking. Here is a list of fifteen…

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Ethnic

Hints for Cooking Chinese Food at Home

It’s understandable that lots of people are afraid to make Chinese food at home. Chinese food recipes can call for exotic ingredients and cooking methods that can make even a more experienced cook a little fearful, so often folks will call for takeout whenever they have a craving for Chinese…

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Healthy

Cooking with Whole Grains for Health and Healing

Whole grains are nearly perfect foods. They contain the majority of nutrients necessary for human health: carbohydrates, protein, fats, vitamins, minerals and fiber. The term “whole-grain dishes” refers to dishes that are made with all the parts of a grain seed: the pericarp, endosperm, and germ. Various traditions of using…

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