Cook's Corner: Casseroles
To the average American the word casserole is basically a one-dish meal or a simple side dish.
Cooks Corner: Lemon Chicken
From time to time you will see me use a brand name product in my recipes. The recipes did not come from them. I use them because I feel that they work best with that particular recipe. That is my opinion and you may feel that something else works better for you. It is all a matter of individual taste.
Cooks Corner: Hamburgers
Let's talk about hamburgers this time. Just about everyone likes burgers. It is easy to be creative with just a little imagination.
Cooks Corner: Barbeque tips and techniques
Barbeque. All across America the very word evokes emotions and brings on remembrances of times past.
Cook's Corner: Healthy but delicious options
While in previous columns I have discussed various fun foods this time let's look at nutrition and diet.
Cooks Corner: Grilling tips & recipes
Rule #1 is get rid of your grill fork. always use tongs to turn your meat. If you puncture meat with a fork you allow the juices to escape from the meat losing flavor and creating dryness.
Cook's Corner: Cajun cookin'
Creole and Cajun cooking is synonymic with Louisiana style of cooking. Cajun cooking originated with folks from the southern part of France.
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