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The Magic Bullet Review

The Magic Bullet has got to be the top gadget of all kitchen appliances ever made! The minute I first laid eyes on this little beauty, I knew I had to have it! My husband and I have literally used The Magic Bullet on everything we can think of. When …

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Different Ways to Cook Potatoes

Potatoes are a versatile side dish to any meal, and can even form the centrepiece of a main meal – think jacket potato with your favourite topping and a large salad. Potatoes can be cooked in a variety of ways to fit in with your lifestyle, dietary requirements and preferences, time constraints. These are …

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Baked Cheesecake

It is true that a perfect cheesecake is something that can be made rather easily. But, however, it is also true that making a flawed cheesecake is just as easy. This article provides you with several vital tips that will cover the necessary precautions needed for you to get the …

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Best Cookware for Glass Top Stoves

Glass top ranges are the latest fashion, giving smooth lines, and clean looks. The first place to look as a clue to what pans are recommended for a particular glass top range is the instruction leaflet which comes with the particular brand. The reason for this is that manufacturers have …

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Family Meals Social value

There is a social value to eating that extends past just putting fuel in our tanks. Eating is “a reflection of our basic values and beliefs” and what, how, and when we eat says a lot about ourselves and what we value (Ikerd). Over the past few decades, America’s relationship …

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Herbal Tea Popsicles

Herbal tea popsicles are something that are simply going to continue to become more popular as time goes by. This is because of the base, the herbal tea. Herbal teas are healthy, they taste good, and they are an excellent alternative to the many drinks and cold snacks that consist …

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Cookware Choosing the best Pots and Pans

Many young people, out on their own for the first time, visit the home stores to purchase brand new pots and pans. Standing slack-jaw in the aisles, they are often overwhelmed with the vast array of choices and prices. Choosing the best pots and pans for both economy and utility …

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Rachael Ray Bio

Bubbly celebrity TV chef, Rachael Ray, charmed her way into the hearts and minds of America when she first burst onto the network TV scene in 2001. Her enthusiasm and passion for cooking and her signature 30 minute meals convinced American mothers that cooking could be easy, fun and fast. …

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How to Make a Rue or Roux

Rue or roux, the name by which it is often referred, has been used by chefs since the 1600’s. One of the earliest known references to roux was by La Varenne, in 1651. Used as a thickener to soups, sauces, and gravies this French creation is used the world over. …

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