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About Cabbage

Cabbages are commonly used both cooked and as a salad vegetable. They keep well and were thus a common winter vegetable. They also contain lots of nutrients. Please visit here for more.

00:05:00 on 12/31/05 by Webmaster - Vegetables Guide -

About Carob Flour

There are many flours that can be substituted in place of regular flour when baking gluten-free products. One of them is the carob flour which can be used in cakes, biscuits, drinks, desserts and sweets. Please visit here for more on carob flour.

17:07:20 on 12/30/05 by Webmaster - Cooking Guide -


Blueberries are a very popular fruit because of their unique flavor, small edible seeds, and ease of preparation. It can be eaten fresh or used for jelly, jam, pies or juice. Please visit below to know more about blueberries -

About blueberries
Preparing and cooking blueberries

00:05:00 on 12/29/05 by Webmaster - Vegetables Guide -


Blackberries abound in antioxidants, such as anthocyanin pigments, responsible for the purplish-black color of blackberries and may impart health benefits because of their antioxidant properties. To know more about blackberries, pls visit below -

About Blackberries
Preparing and Cooking Blackberries

00:05:00 on 12/28/05 by Webmaster - Vegetables Guide -

About Beets

Beets are such a good source of colorful anti-oxidants that are needed for good health. They are cooked and tastes good and will complement many meals. To know more about beets, please visit the following -

About beets
Preparing and cooking beets

00:05:00 on 12/27/05 by Webmaster - Vegetables Guide -


A staple of many a global cuisine, beans can be made into wonderful soups, infused with herbs and vegetables. Please visit here to know more about beans and its nutrients.

00:10:00 on 12/26/05 by Webmaster - Vegetables Guide -

Bean Sprouts

Bean sprouts, the amazing food that provides minerals, vitamins, and enzymes naturally. It has always been famous as an observed health food. For more on the nutrition of bean sprouts, please visit here.....

15:45:34 on 12/25/05 by Webmaster - Vegetables Guide -

Bell Peppers

The most common sweet pepper is the Bell Pepper which comes in green, red or yellow. When buying fresh peppers, look for smooth unblemished skin that are heavy for their size. For more on peppers, please visit here.

07:26:25 on 12/24/05 by Webmaster - Vegetables Guide -

Cooking Calamari or Squid

Calamari need to be cooked either very quickly on a high heat or cooked for a long period on a slow simmer. Otherwise, it could lead to a chewy results. For more on cooking calamari, please proceed here.

12:57:00 on 12/23/05 by Webmaster - Cooking Guide -

Using sieves and strainers

Sieves and strainers are one of the essential tools for an Asian kitchen. They are used for multiple purposes and a very handy tools. Please proceed here for more.

04:02:13 on 12/22/05 by Webmaster - Cooking Guide -

Cooking with Vinegar

It is easy to see why vinegar has been around for thousands of years. It has many uses ranging from cooking and cleaning with vinegar, to gardening and home remedies. To know more about using vinegar for cooking, please visit here.

15:45:23 on 12/17/05 by Webmaster - Cooking Guide -

Using a wok to cook

The most well known Chinese utensil of all, the wok is an important cooking utensil in Chinese cuisine. As everyone knows, the wok is a thin-walled, round bottomed, cast-iron pot. For more, please visit here.

23:24:13 on 12/16/05 by Webmaster - Cooking Guide -

Timing the holiday meal

For the home cook, holiday meals are like juggling acts. You have to coordinate multiple courses, cope with limited refrigerator and oven space, and play host to a house full of expectant guests, all while running against the clock. Here's how to orchestrate Thanksgiving and Christmas meals with minimal stress. Remember the key to timing any meal: Don't try to do it all at once. Prioritize, plan, prep and most important....have fun.

The Big Thanksgiving Meal
The Christmas Meal Two Ways

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14:56:41 on 12/15/05 by Webmaster - Articles -

Using a nonstick pan

Nonstick cookware has come a long way since it was introduced. Discover the advantages of using a non stick. Please visit here.

14:13:38 on 12/14/05 by Webmaster - Cooking Guide -

Using a kitchen stoves

Stoves are typically considered as a basic cooking appliance in the home. Along with other applicances like refrigerator and ovens, a stove is usually found in the kitchen. To know more about kitchen stoves, pls visit here.

12:26:03 on 12/13/05 by Webmaster - Cooking Guide -


It is great to have nice cookware in your kitchen when preparing family meals. However, it is equally important to know how to take care of them. Visit here for some tips on taking care of your cookware.

09:34:28 on 12/10/05 by Webmaster - Cooking Guide -

Using alcohol to flambe

Flambeing is igniting a warmed liqueur that has been poured over the food. The reason for flambeing is to add the flavor of the liqueur to the foods without the alcohol. Desserts are usually used for flambeing. To know more, please visit here.

13:34:48 on 12/06/05 by Webmaster - Cooking Guide -

Using a mortar and pestle

No kitchen is properly equipped without at least one mortar and pestle, to puoverize spices and other ingredients.Even in modern kitchens, it is still the best tool for many tasks. Click here to continue.....

16:35:15 on 12/05/05 by Webmaster - Cooking Guide -

Using Lemongrass

As one of the most important ingredients used for flavorings in Thai and many other Southeast Asian countries, this herb has long, thin and a scallion like bulb.It can be used to make tea and to flavor soups and other dishes. Please visit here for more.

18:30:38 on 12/04/05 by Webmaster - Vegetables Guide -

Immersion Blender

Immersion blender is a versatile tool that can be used to blend, whisk, emulsify and puree soups and sauce. A wonderful piece of kitchen tool. Access here for more.....

15:45:28 on 12/03/05 by Webmaster - Cooking Guide -

Using a grinder

A grinder will definately comes in handy as a kitchen aid. And there are different types of grinders available in the market. To read about using a grinder for your cooking, please access it here.

16:04:51 on 12/02/05 by Webmaster - Cooking Guide -

Cooking food by charcoal grilling

Charcoal grilling is never an easy method of cooking. You will need to know how hot is the fire and at the same time you will also need to know when to put in your meat. To determine the heat level of the fire, please click here to find out more.....

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