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    Top > Cooking

    Links to a variety of cooking related articles, information about various aspects of cookery including easy recipes and gourmet cooking


    How To Eat Difficult Foods
    If you've ever struggled with eating an odd-looking piece of food and were about to give up when a smart-ass friend walked over and told you "there's a trick to it," this article is for you.
    26-Dec-2005 - Details


    Cooking for 1 or 2 Recipes
    It can sometimes be difficult to scale down recipes to cook for 1 or 2 persons. Whether you live alone or with another, sometimes you just don't want leftovers. These recipes are designed to serve one or two persons
    14-Jan-2006 - Details


    Top 10 Irish Recipes and Food Terms
    Believe it or not, Corned Beef and Cabbage is not a traditional Irish recipe. Here are some of the food terms and famous dishes of Ireland.
    29-Mar-2006 - Details


    Food pyramid recommends three fish
    Swordfish is among the protein sources recommended in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's new food pyramid, even though two other federal agencies say the seafood is so contaminated with mercury that pregnant women and young children shouldn't eat it.
    23-Jan-2006 - Details


    Vietnamese Food Recipe
    Like with any other cuisine, Vietnamese food is influenced by its geography and history. Vietnamese food has retained its distinct identity, despite influences from Chinese and other Asian cuisine
    25-Jan-2006 - Details


    Growing number of older people take interest in cooking
    As Japan prepares for a peak in retirement of baby boomers in 2007, an increasing number of older people are taking an active interest in cooking or music as a means to enjoy their lives in retirement
    27-Jan-2006 - Details


    Korean Food Recipe
    The spirit of Korean food is seen in its profusion of dishes and cooking techniques, gleaned from both peasant diets and royal palace cuisine. Much like their Asian counterparts
    29-Jan-2006 - Details


    Supermarkets urge families back to dinner table
    For working parents and heavily scheduled school kids, family mealtime is as out of fashion as the scene in Norman Rockwell's iconic Thanksgiving supper painting.
    09-May-2006 - Details


    Green Tea - Wonder Drink
    For centuries the Chinese and Japanese cultures have been drinking green tea. They realize the positive health benefits of green tea in their diet. The popularity of this drink has spread west, making it now the second-most popular drink worldwide. Green tea is different from other teas because it is not fermented or dried out
    14-Feb-2006 - Details


    Macaroni and cheese: Cooking outside the box
    It's a feather in every cook's cap to be able to make a great macaroni-and-cheese dish. Maybe you already have a favorite recipe - but if not, try one of the following.
    16-Feb-2006 - Details


    Calorie Content Of Alcohol
    A trusted companion for sporting events, parties and dates, alcohol plays a relatively large role in most of our lives. But despite the fact that we can endure rigorous fitness and diet regimens, alcohol is the one habit that many of us find hard to officially kick
    03-Mar-2006 - Details


    Foods Can Affect Your Health
    Food allergies are difficult to discern. Although there is a difference between food allergies and intolerances, they both cause health problems in susceptible individuals.
    03-Mar-2006 - Details


    The Art of Cooking
    Cooking is an art that not all are well versed in. Some people try desperately to prepare that ‘irresistible dish’ , but it turns out to be shades below one’s expectations, while others are simply born cooks as even their experiments turn into something scrumptious.
    06-Mar-2006 - Details


    10 Best Foods for Women
    This week Mr. Bad Food turns his attention away from the worst foods and toward the top 10 foods a woman needs to live happily ever after!

    I'll now turn the column over to my friend Leanne Ely, author of Saving Dinner: The Menus, Recipes, and Shopping Lists to Bring Your Family Back to the Table (Ballantine Books).
    16-Jun-2006 - Details


    Top 10 Favorite Picnic Recipes
    Summer is picnic time! Whether your picnic is taking place on the beach, on a boat, in a park, or in your own backyard, these recipes will make the gathering a true celebration. Be sure to follow Food Safety Rules (and to test your knowledge, take my Summer Food Safety Quiz), provide lots of napkins and cold beverages, and have a marvelous summer.
    14-Jul-2006 - Details


    Japanese Food Recipe
    Japanese food is light and cooked without much grease. Fresh fish, seafood, rice and vegetables are intrinsic to most Japanese food recipes. Most Japanese food recipes can be classified as rice dishes, seafood, noodle, yoshuku, soya bean, tofu, nabe, sashimi and sushi dishes. Red meat did not figure much on the Japanese cuisine till the end of the 19th century. The meals consist more of grains, beans, seaweed, vegetables and seafood. Seaweed, fish, clams and fish cakes are used in most Japanese food recipes. Probably this accounts for the higher life expectancy among the Japanese people. A Japanese meal usually ends with green tea. There are regional variations even in a small country like Japan. While the Japanese food recipes from the Kanto region have a stronger taste, the recipes from the Kansai region are lightly seasoned.
    25-Aug-2006 - Details


    Sandwich Recipe
    Hunger cramps wreak havoc on you…and you need something quick. You can consider a sandwich – quick, simple and wholesome. Sandwich can be part of picnic lunch, midday meal and or eaten as a whole meal accompanied by soups, chips, coleslaw and salads. Sandwiches can be made with stuffed meat, vegetable or cheese in between slices of bread along with sauce and any seasoning. The flavor of the bread can be improved by buttering it or by coating it with flavored oil.
    25-Aug-2006 - Details


    5 Foods for a Better Mood
    Oatmeal may help if you find yourself feeling irritable and cranky. It is rich in soluble fiber, which helps to smooth out blood sugar levels by slowing the absorption of sugar into the blood.
    08-Jan-2007 - Details


    Low Fat Snacks
    Crisp chips, candy bars and buttered popcorn - snacks that tempt defying age groups. Especially for those who are controlling their diets, such snacks can really wreck a healthy eating plan. Some people snack just to beat stress or boredom. How do you relish snacks without the fear of a growing waistline? The answer lies in choosing snacks wisely.
    26-Mar-2007 - Details


    German Food
    Germany is not just famous for its big automobile giants but equally for its wonderful regional recipes. Dairy products, sausage industries and the German spirit industry enjoy pride of place in Germany. Favorable climate, fertile land and copious water give Germany plenty of dairy and meat products. Abundant food supply also meant the need for well-preserved storing. Thus Germans developed the skill of preserving food in smoked, marinated, salted and pickled food forms.
    26-Mar-2007 - Details

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