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Tiffany Marrotte8 hours ago
5 Ways to Spice Up Your Coffee
Getting bored of your everyday coffee in the morning and don’t want to spend $5 a day for coffee at a cafe? Here are five ways that you can change it up and continue to enjoy your favorite morning dri...
P.R. Cooking3 days ago
How to Bake Perfect Desserts
I've heard many people say that ''I can't bake.'' Honestly it's not that it's a difficult thing to do—it's like once you know the basics of it, the whole subject just becomes easier. Here are a few ru...
Laura Ansbro6 days ago
Are Shopping List Apps Really Worth the Effort?
"I got bread!" Hubby calls as he comes in from work. "Um...I also got bread. Did you get avocados?" "No, I only went to the garage, they don't have avocados." "I thought you were doing a supermarket s...
Laura Ansbro13 days ago
Cooking with Toddlers: 8 Top Tips and a Failsafe Recipe
Cooking together is a great, fun activity for small children, ideal for rainy days when you don't feel like venturing out. It's filled with sensory experiences and opportunities for learning, but it c...
Lynne Rush21 days ago
6 Crazy Good Meals to Dress Up Your Thanksgiving Leftovers
You’ve feasted. You’ve watched the parade. You’ve raided every store open for Black Friday. Thanksgiving is over, and you’re not the only one stuffed: Your fridge is loaded with leftovers. After a whi...
P.R. Cookinga month ago
The Basics of Baking
Baking is a form of art. Baking can be a masterpiece, if done right. My number one tip for baking correctly is knowing your ingredients and if you use supplements for certain ingredients, use the prop...
Wilf Voss2 months ago
A Great Cup of Joe: 5 Tips to Brew the Perfect Cup of Coffee
Coffee is the most popular hot drink, enjoyed all over the world with over 2.5 billion cups consumed daily across the globe. In the UK alone there are 95 million cups drank everyday. However, the coffee has been changing. Where previously people would have reached for a jar of instant granules, more and more of us are looking for a richer and more barista-style coffee experience. Ground coffee and single serve coffee pods are particularly popular with millennials who now account for 16 percent o...
Abigail Brooke2 months ago
Perfect Dough Every Time
If you read my page on Egg Noodles you know I LOVE to handmade dough, like any kind of dough. Noodles, Breads, and especially pizza. As you know, for the sake of word count, I tell stories. If you jus...
Nate Quellhorst2 months ago
B.B.Q & A
It's just about that time of year. Nope, not summer. BBQ season. This means burgers, brats, and beers (lots of beers). I'm going to give you the full break down on what you need to make your summer we...
Angie Robinson3 months ago
Office Potluck 'Chopped' Edition
Who else is tired of the veggie tray or the bag of chips at your office potluck? I know I am. Here where I work, we have at least one potluck a month, maybe more depending on birthdays! So, foods brou...
Linda Paul3 months ago
Mason Jar Cakes
This recipe is one of my favorites because it is so easy, and yet so versatile. When I moved into my new house I found a ton of brand new mason jars in the basement. My first thought was to use these ...
Alexa Bell3 months ago
The Art of Baking
I am a pastry chef by trade and I spend a large volume of my time baking. It's in my job title. While there is no doubt about the joys of baking at home, I've come to find that many people don't reali...
Chandler Bailey3 months ago
10 Rules You Should Follow When Going Out to Eat
Some of you may love going out to restaurants, some of you may hate it. Either way if you’ve never worked in the restaurant business, or it’s been a while, you’re probably lacking some manners. I know...
Creating a Delicious Meal with Ramen and Not Much Else (A How to Guide on Cooking When You're Broke)
I was meandering through the kitchen the other day, sulking over the lack of food that was in my fridge and pantries. My stomach growled. What was I going to eat? "Wait," said my brain. A lightbulb wa...
Brandi Brown4 months ago
Building a Pantry on a Budget
Whether you’re just moving out on your own or deciding to learn to cook, you will need to begin stocking your pantry. Once you learn to cook a few basic meals, having pantry with staples in it will he...
Claire Raymond4 months ago
Things You Should Know Before You Leave Home: Baking
For some reason that still escapes me, women love the steely-eyed adulterer that is Paul Hollywood. I dunno, maybe it's because he is never far away from cake, maybe that's the attraction. But fortuna...
Claire Raymond4 months ago
Things You Should Know Before You Leave Home: Cooking
Cooking is a basic life skill that everyone should know at least a little something about. Nobody expects you to be Gordon Ramsey (though I swear about the same amount as him) but you need to know how...
Mars A.M.4 months ago
Why Everyone Should Drink Pour-Over Coffee—Complete with Recipe for the Perfect Cup!
I think of pour-overs as the caveman's "wheel" of coffee machines. In today's age, coffee makers are systematized and programmable, and K-cups and Keurigs are mean to be fast. Espresso makers are on a...