Pork Tenderloin with Date and Cilantro Relish

Print this pageyield Makes 4 servings active time 20 minutes total time 35 minutes This cut of pork can be very lean, so take care not to overcook it or it will be dry. Ideally, it should still be a little pink in the center. Ingredients 3 tablespoons...

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Tortillas With Eggs and Spicy Bean Chili

Print this pageyield Serves 2 Ingredients 1/2 cup canned peeled tomatoes 1/4 cup chicken stock 1/4 small yellow onion 2 teaspoons ground cumin 1 clove garlic 1/2 chile in adobo 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 can (14 ounces) black...

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Shrimp Pad Thai For Four

Print this pageyield Makes 4 servings active time 40 minutes total time 40 minutes In Thailand, pad thai is hugely popular, but it’s not a dish that’s cooked at home. Instead, it is commonly purchased from street vendors, who cook it to order in...

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Chinese Hot-and-Sour Soup

Print this pageIngredients 5 ounces boneless pork loin, cut into 1/4-inch-thick strips (2/3 cup) 2 teaspoons dark soy sauce* 4 small Chinese dried black mushrooms* 12 small dried tree ear mushrooms* 1 1/2 tablespoons cornstarch 12...

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Wild Mushroom Pizza with Caramelized Onions, Fontina, and Rosemary

Print this pageyield Makes six 8-inch pizzas Ingredients 7 tablespoons butter, divided 2 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon grapeseed oil 3 onions, halved lengthwise, thinly sliced crosswise (about 6 cups) 2 pounds assorted wild mushrooms (such as...

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Tips for Selecting the Right Beef Cuts

Print this pageWhen we stand at the butchers counter, most of us may wonder what is the difference between a top sirloin and a porterhouse. If you ever come across a good beef cookbook, you will be able to appreciate a good diagram of beef cuts. Beef is the...

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Easy Steak Diane Recipe

Print this pageSteak Diane is a classical and tasty meat dish that is a classic in white-tablecloth restaurants and, to properly be served, must be prepared at tableside. This presentation is a great way to impress your guests or perfect for that special...

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Turkey the Old-Fashioned Way

Print this pageThere are many delicious ways to prepare and serve turkey. It might be deep-fried, brined, poached, grilled…to mention just a few methods of preparation. This article, however, will focus strictly on tips and techniques for preparing...

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Lamb From Muzbi To Modern

Print this pageWhat is your favorite lamb recipe? Chops? Shoulder? Leg? Steaks? Grilled? Baked? Marinated? Rubbed? Most of us run out of ways to prepare lamb before our mint jelly is finished. If young mutton ranks high on your list of preferences, you’ll...

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How To Cook A Tender Juicy Steak

Print this pageYou invest a lot of time and money into the steaks for a special occasion and when dinner time comes, they are tough. What happened? How can you cook steaks as tender as your favorite restaurant? The first step to cooking a good steak is to...

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Barbecue Techniques: Two Methods to Consider

Print this pageWhen it comes to barbequing, there are two main schools of thought for the techniques that you can use. The first of these techniques – and the most popular method for those who grill in their back yards – is the style where the food is...

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Mouth Watering Memphis Style Pork Ribs

Print this pageThe Memphis Style pork rib is one of the most popular and mouth watering styles of rib preparation. One of the reasons for the popularity with the Memphis Style rib is its unique blend of barbeque tradition and flavorful seasonings. The only...

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Barbecue

Print this pageEvery spring, North Americans gear up their grill, stock up on the meat and prepare for many mouth-watering barbecues. But how much do we really know about the art of barbecuing? From the familiar pastime’s origins to surprising tips and...

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Non-Traditional Ways to Prepare Your Holiday Turkey

Print this page3 Non-Traditional Ways to Prepare Your Holiday Turkey Deep-Fryed Turkey 3 gallons peanut oil for frying, or as needed 1 (12 pound) whole turkey, neck and giblets removed 1/4 cup Creole seasoning 1 white onion In a large stockpot or turkey...

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How to Smoke a Turkey

Print this pageFor those who long for the wonderful taste of smoked turkey but forgo the luxury because of how much it costs in stores, take heart! It’s surprising just how easy and economical it is to make your own smoked turkey at home. Not only will...

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Hot Dogs: Preparing The Perfect Frank

Print this pageLet’s be frank: Americans love hot dogs. In the U.S., people on average eat 70 franks each year. Although consumers do “relish” their dogs at certain events-baseball games, barbecues, picnics, etc.-hot dogs are a favorite...

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Cooking Advices For Meat Preparation

Print this pageThere are people that have gained great notoriety in the preparation technique that they have patented to prepare many different grades of meat. These meat preparation specialists have listened carefully in the past to cooking advices for meat...

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Beef Pot Pie Recipe: Homemade Beef Pot Pie

Print this pageHearty beef pot pie is a great meal to serve on a cold day or any time you want something that really sticks to your ribs. You can add extra zing to this recipe by adding 1 large chopped onion and mix in 1/3 cup of red wine with the gravy. 1...

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Turkey Cooking Basics

Print this pageTurkey Cooking Times Oven Make sure the turkey is fully thawed as microwave thawing followed by microwave cooking crates uneven cooking. Safe storage, handling, cooking methods, and approximate cooking times for chicken. Cooking time can be...

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Braising 101

Print this pageThe results of braising are comforting, healthy dishes that retain the nutrients of the ingredients and require little fat. For braising, foods are slowly cooked in a relatively small amount of liquid in a covered pot on top of a stove or in...

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Barbecued Ribs Kansas City Style

Print this pageKansas City ribs are serious business when it comes to BBQ. True to tradition, barbeque in Kansas City is dry rub-spiced, smoked with hickory and coated with a KC style sauce. For Kansas City sauce means a thick, rich and tangy tomato based...

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Choosing The Right Meat

Print this pageTo a person that does not commonly purchase meat, the deli counter can be a very intimidating place to be. There are so many selections to choose from when you are trying to find red meat, and many people don’t know where to look when it...

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