With winter growing colder by the day, it’s becoming increasingly necessary to find recipes that are not only hot dishes, but are also healthful. Many Americans turn to easy, microwavable hot-plate options, but many of these contain harmful synthetic chemicals and can leave you feeling lethargic. If you’re looking for a healthful, hot, and colorful dish to spice up your winter palette, you might want to try this recipe for Szechuan Peanut Chicken.
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Have you ever wondered how the best steakhouses cook their beef so perfect? How do they cook the meat just right to leave all the juices but still sear the outside just right. In this article I am going to walk you through how to properly prepare the perfect rib eye steak.
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Ever wonder how your grandmother made those amazing latkes? Latkes are a traditional holiday delicacy that are always made around Hanukkah and made of potato. There is nothing better on a cold winter day than a warm latke with a side of applesauce. Below is a great recipe that won’t be quite the same as grandma’s but it might come close. Enjoy!
As the weather gets colder many people are cooking hotter and heartier meals. Tis the season for slow-cooked delicacies like chili, beef stew, and a personal favorite; a slow cooked pork dish. This simple recipe can be transformed into many different meals, so it is really up to you how you want to eat it. This recipe does require the use of a crockpot, so if you do not already own one I would highly suggest the purchase. Happy cooking, and enjoy!
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How many people love pineapple? Did you know you can fry this delicious fruit? I recently stumbled across a really cool video on frying pineapple that I had to share.