Dishwashers can be extremely convenient for those who deal with a lot of dishes on a daily basis. They are especially useful for families, and kids can simply stick their dishes directly in the dishwasher for easy cleaning. Of course, not everything can be put in the dishwasher, but those who get one of these appliances will marvel at how much time is saved and how clean the dishes get. If you don’t enjoy doing dishes and have a hard time keeping up with all of them, then this is a great [...]
The Chef For All Seasons, Gordon Ramsay
A five-star, world famous chef, Gordon Ramsay has parlayed his natural talent for training chefs and his extraordinary cooking techniques into a monumental success story. To his credit, he has several TV serials and is the owner of restaurants globally. The secret of his success is so simple and yet so often ignored: the freshest ingredients in simple recipes. Most of Chef Ramsay’s recipes have less than ten ingredients and many have less than [...]
Wolfgang Puck’s famous quote “Cook from the heart, and with love,” is important advice for any novice or professional chef. One of the most important things in anything is to be passionate about what you do. Particularly with cooking, cooking from the heart and incorporating love and emotion into your art of cooking can take your cooking from so-so to over the top. Here’s why:
Cooking from the Heart Will Create Passion In Your Cooking
Cooking from the heart will cause you to use passion in your cooking. When you are passionate about something, you enjoy doing it. Being passionate [...]
So you’re trying to save money. You’ve been clipping coupons and researching HughesNet Pricing and now you’re onto the biggest expense in your household: food. One of the most economical ingredients available today just happens to be delicious and we’ve got a few great ideas for making a meal out of eggs!
Juevos Rancheros: Depending on whether or not you like Tex-Mex flavors, this one could become a family favorite, Fry two eggs over easy then place them atop toast points covered in cheese. If you’ve got it, slip some ham underneath, too, but if not just top with salsa and go to town!
Frittata: It’s like an omelet but heartier and much harder to screw up. Simply cook the eggs and any fillings you’d like (think onions, potatoes, greens) in a skillet until loose then place the whole thing in the oven until the eggs set on about 375. Make sure you’re using an oven safe skillet.
Hard Boiled: Hard boiled eggs are cheap, easy and a great way to supplement an otherwise palsy snack. Have one or two but only eat half the yolks for a healthier take.
Today, it is more important than ever to maintain your body healthy and in good shape. All over America, young and middle aged people are becoming more and more overweight. Much of this has to do with the foods that we are choosing to eat and our increasing inactivity. Parents and their children must make a conscious decision to change their lives for the better and start treating their body right. Jamie Oliver is ready [...]
Bobby Flay, also known as the Grilling Master Chef, does wonders with cooking on the grill. His show, Grill It With Bobby Flay, is shown on the Food Network Channel. Bobby Flay does a good job at bringing his style of cooking to homes across America.
All of his recipes involve the grilling process, whether it is the gas grill or the charcoal grill. He brings together foods of every culture and makes them unique by finding ways to cook them over the grill. Bobby Flay takes one or two key ingredients and will demonstrate how to [...]
The best known televsion cook is Emeril Lagasse. Some people think that he is Italian. Actually, Emeril Lagasse is a Portugese cook. His signature style on his television cooking show is the famous “Bam” which is his kick it up spice. The flavor of his New Orleans cooking comes through in his versatile and dauntless spice additions that kick up the flavor of the main food items used with spices. Emeril Lagasse’s expert use of spices is what kicks up the taste of any food dish. The secret is not that Emeril Lagasse uses many herbs [...]
Rachael Ray was born on August 25, 1968 to Elsa Scuderi and James Ray in Glens Falls, New York. While growing up her family owned four restaurants in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, but then the family moved to Lake George, New York where her mother managed restaurants. Rachael finally moved to New York City where she landed her first job at the candy counter in Macy’s. After many other jobs she moved into the position of buyer for a gourmet market in Albany, it was this job [...]