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Secrets of Cooking Chinese Fried Rice Posted By : Jamie S Hanson

Wed, 10 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

I love my mum's cooking and always look forward to meal time; to my delight, yesterday's lunch was Chinese fried rice. Thanks to her children's picky tastebuds, my mum has mastered the art of cooking the most delicious fried rice in the world. I'm writing this article now to share with you her techniques and secrets in cooking an absolutely mouth-watering plate of fried rice.

Gaining an Edge through Cookery Courses in Melbourne Posted By : Leigh Solomos

Fri, 05 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Enrol yourself in one of the top cookery courses in Melbourne and you will be on your way to gaining an edge over your competition. Now, you ask me for the reason behind this. This is my answer to you. The top cooking classes in Melbourne give you an advantage from the rest because they do not only offer exemplary teaching but also excellent facilities and a commitment to help their students venture into their cookery careers.

Chinese Food and Cooking Posted By : Jamie S Hanson

Fri, 29 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0400

China is a very big country consists of many grasslands, steppes, deserts, and icy mountains with diverse climate. This is but a primary reason why there are so many kinds of customs and diverse food products through all provinces of China. Almost everyone adores the tasty and delicious Chinese cuisine that come from different parts of China. Chinese food is known for their high quality aroma, fascinating and dynamic flavors. There are many different kinds of Chinese recipes, and some of the prevalent ones are the shark fin's soups, bird's nest soups, Kung Pao chicken, mapo tofu, squirrel-shaped mandarin fish, sweet and sour pork, orange chicken, Yong Chow fried rice, beef and broccoli, just to name some.

Desserts in Chinese Cooking Posted By : Jamie S Hanson

Fri, 29 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0400

When you talk about China, you often think about Chinese food and this is because of its strong bonding with food which is famous worldwide. Less popular in the West are the Chinese desserts which is generally a variety of sweets and snacks, either fruit, soup, pastry or rice based, to complement a tea break. These can also be eaten following the main course or as a snack. Chinese desserts range from simple ones such as lcyhees fruits, coconut balls and candied walnuts, to those often served during festivities such as Nian Gao or Fa Gao, to unique tong sui like bird's nest soup, red bean soup or black glutinous rice soup, enjoyed hot or cold or hot with, probably, some 'bings'.

Building a Charcoal Fire to Fit Your Cooking Grill and Cooking Style Posted By : Rich Malinski

Mon, 04 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Rich has been using Charcoal Grills for cooking a wide variety of foods for more than 25 years. His experience with Built-in and Portable Grills has run the gamut with all types of charcoals. If you are using charcoal chunks or charcoal briquettes, the procedures are very similar for starting a good fire in a Built-in or Portable Charcoal Grill. You should select the correct amount of charcoal for a successful cooking experience.

Treat Your Prawns Right Posted By : Charuka Abhayawickrama

Thu, 02 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Prawns are a delectable item that is enjoyed by many the world over which can complement just about any meal or even as a scrumptious dish standing on its own. These small marine creatures have been popular since the earliest days of man and this is a trend that has endured till present times. But there is a long process before your prawns are transformed from raw ingredients in to a finished product.

Even Camping, You Will Hear What's For Dinner Posted By : Larry West

Wed, 18 May 2011 00:00:00 -0400

How many times do you hear this statement? Even when on a camping trip you still hear this said, trust me! While camping is a truly fun and relaxing adventure for all involved one seems to forget that some chores never end. For example, cooking and cleaning, the chore most of us would love to eliminate. Unfortunately this is a dream that won't come true. No matter what type of camping trip you take you still have to eat. Unless you plan to eat out every meal, then you still have to plan for your meals. That is where planning ahead will make your camping trip a very rewarding and relaxing event. The less work for you to do while camping, the better off you are.

Cooking A Romantic Dinner As Your First Date Posted By : Jamie S Hanson

Mon, 18 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Cooking a romantic dinner to impress your first date is a very difficult situation. You are not aware about the actual likes and dislikes of the opposite person. You never know whether the cooked food will be appreciated or not. But it is not that challenging a job to be so bewildered. Several websites related to online dating guide you in this situation. They will also recommend the dinner menu, drinks for the special occasion and even the sort of dessert that you can organize at home. It is possible to win your partners heart with a perfectly cooked dinner. It is also for sure that the person will be pleased when he/she finds out that the supper was specially cooked for the moment.

How To Grow Chillies From Seed And Get A Bumper Harvest Posted By : Chilli Willy

Mon, 28 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0400

So you want to start growing chillies? Maybe you've already tried but never got the results your were looking for? Fear not. Here are some little pointers to get you started and guide you through the different stages of chilli plant growth. Many of us struggle with germinating chilli seeds and getting them out of the ground! First of all, make sure that you select a good compost or seed mix, and gently work out any hard lumps from the soil. Then place your chili seeds on top of the soil, planting them roughly 1-2 inches apart if planting multiple chile seeds. Then loosely sprinkle some soil over the seeds, but do not compact.

Important Instructions to Follow for Proper Food Safety Posted By : Kathleen Hill

Fri, 18 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Food safety is one of the most important aspects of food storage and maintenance. As long as you are in the business of keeping food at reasonable guidelines, it is wise to ensure that food safety conditions are always maintained. Being sure that food safety instructions are followed is one aspect of proper food conditions to be kept, so it is very important to be sure everyone involved knows what these guidelines are. You should always set rules and instructions for people to follow so that food safety can be maintained constantly.

Important Food Safety Tips for Your Summer BBQ Posted By : Kathleen Hill

Fri, 18 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Summertime means long, sunny days, swimming at the beach, picnics, and especially backyard barbeques. But did you know that bacteria thrive in warm, moist conditions where food is present, and this condition occurs whenever you have one of those festive barbeques? While chicken, steak, and just about anything else tastes better when grilled outside, there are a lot of potential health problems associated with cooking over hot coals, namely food poisoning caused by bacteria that proliferate in the warmth of the summer sun.

Food Safety - Common Guidelines to Follow in Your Home Posted By : Kathleen Hill

Fri, 18 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Food safety guidelines are implemented to ensure the safety and suitability of food items for human consumption. This includes proper handling, storage and preservation. Most countries implement a set of food safety standards for restaurants and food service industries to follow. Some of these are extremely basic, and can be easily followed at home.

Food Safety Temperature Guidelines - What You Need To Know Posted By : Kathleen Hill

Fri, 18 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0400

When it comes to being safe with food, it is important to keep food safety guidelines in mind. These are especially important when it comes to temperature. Food is only safe when it is stored and prepared at the right temperatures, so having food safety guidelines in place for temperature are important. Food safety is a vital part of keeping food ready to be shipped, stored, and consumed, so it is required that it be stored in the proper manner. In keeping to good food guidelines for safety and storage, one must always be aware of the right conditions to ensure that food is kept at good temperatures for the specific type of food product it falls under.

Basic Food Safety Tips Everyone Should Know Posted By : Kathleen Hill

Fri, 18 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0400

With people around the world doing all they can to stretch their kitchen budgets in these tumultuous economic times that we live in today, it can be very tempting to take a shorter route on food safety but you may end up hospitalized or worse. Following are leading basic food safety tips that must be followed to the letter to ensure you are observing food safety and that the food you are taking is safe and healthy.

Understand Proper Food Safety Principles to Avoid Food Poisoning Posted By : Kathleen Hill

Fri, 18 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Did you know there are more than 250 different varieties of food poisoning specifically caused by disregarding proper food safety precautions? Some of these illnesses will make you very ill for 24 to 48 hours; others will sicken you to the point of needing hospitalization. And others, unfortunately, may cause death. Because of its symptoms, food poisoning can often be incorrectly diagnosed as a case of stomach flu and thus won't be correlated to previously ingested food simply because it may take anywhere from one hour to twenty-four hours before someone begins to feel sick from eating contaminated food, depending on the type of pathogen responsible for the food-borne illness.

How to Keep Prepared Food Safe for Consumption Posted By : Kathleen Hill

Fri, 18 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0400

When it comes to keeping food safe at all times, it is very important to know the various rules for food safety. Typically, food can survive well enough under the right temperatures when it is stored, but it is also important to keep within proper guidelines for food regulations to be in law accordance. Provided you are within these guidelines, it is simple enough to be able to store, prepare, and keep food as safe as possible. Remember that food safety is something not to be underestimated in its importance.

Making A Delicious Goat Cheese Salad Posted By : Richard C. Thomas

Wed, 25 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Goat cheese is a delicious and healthy alternative to other types of cheese. It is low in fat and cholesterol but packed with nutrients like vitamin A, niacin, thiamin, and protein. There are many ways you can enjoy goat cheese in any meal but one of the best ways is in a salad. There are many different recipes for goat cheese salad and all of them are very simple and straight forward. Why not try making a goat cheese salad the next time you cook for your friends or family? Not only is goat cheese healthier than other types of cheese, it is also very delicious.

What Is The Best Baby Food Cook Book? Posted By : Richard C. Thomas

Tue, 10 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0400

The best baby food cook book I have found is the one by Paula Birch. Paula takes a no nonsense approach to making baby food so that just about anyone can feel confident that they can do it. This baby food cook book will take any recipe and show you how you can transform it into baby food. Even if cooking French food is your specialty, this baby food cook book will show you how to make it so that your young one can eat the food you want them to.

Weber Grill Parts: Always There When You Need Them Posted By : Kenny Kings

Mon, 05 Jul 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Weber is a leader in the area of producing world class standard portable, gas and charcoal grills. They believe in consistent change and innovation. As well as that because of the technological up gradations, they continually win several awards where grills are concerned. This is entirely due to Weber grill parts which have proven to be par excellence.

Weber Q Grills: The Best Little Grill On The Market Posted By : Kenny Kings

Mon, 05 Jul 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Weber is known to make first class standards grills that are recognized for convenience and its durability. It makes grills which are gas, charcoal and portable. Weber Q grills is one of the gas grills which have proven to become one from the best of its type. There are various advantages that are connected with Weber Q grill which has encouraged numerous people to purchase the grills.

Marie Sharps Hot Sauce - Taste the Best Hot Sauce in the World Posted By : Valerie Webster

Mon, 21 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Marie Sharps hot sauce was born in Belize and includes many exotic ingredients to create unique hot sauces that will set your mouth on fire. With names like "Beware - Comatose Heal Level" and "No Wimps Allowed," it's no secret that Marie Sharps hot sauce is made for the hot sauce connoisseur that wants his hot sauce to turn up the heat while being finely textured to season chicken, pork, beef, and anything else he wants to spice-up.

How To Make a Hangi Posted By : Neville Pettersson

Mon, 14 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0400

There is no other food preparation method anyplace on earth quite like a Hangi. A Hangi is the traditional New Zealand way of steaming food underground. Very closely comparable to the polynesian Umu barbecuing process, the Hangi steaming process is most definitely surviving today mainly for the extremely distinct taste it gives the food. The procedures utilized and the steps that's involved in putting down a Hangi remain very based on traditional techniques. The entire task can almost take the entire day to complete.

Multi Fuel Stoves for Versatility, Economy and Eco Friendliness Posted By : Kathryn Dawson

Wed, 09 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0400

With the prices of traditional fuels such as gas and electricity constantly on the rise, savvy consumers are looking for other fuels to heat their homes. Many also feel a dependency on fossil fuels is unwise and seek a more eco friendly lifestyle. Fortunately there's an easy way to get this that also brings many other benefits - multi fuel stoves.

Learn How to Cook in a Fun and Simple Way Posted By : Leyla Useinovska

Wed, 26 May 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Cooking games are video games that simulate cooking food or preparing dishes as an integral part of their gameplay. But the one thing you didn't know about these games is that they are all based on real recipes, which you can prepare just as fast and easy as you can play them online. There is nothing to be afraid of here; you can try new and original recipes, secret ingredients, you can learn how to make club sandwiches, burgers, hot-dogs, sauces, pizzas, you can travel around the globe and learn to cook German, Spanish, French, Eastern and many more national dishes from the comfort of your own home, you can even find vegan recipes and learn how to lead a healthy life.

Fun Flavoring Summer Dishes With Essential Oils Posted By : Terry Beuamont

Fri, 14 May 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Our summer gardens are officially in full bloom! Lettuces and leafy greens have already pushed through the spring soil, and now precious tomatoes and peppers are beginning to swell with the sweetness of the sun. Maybe last year you took a chance on cantaloupes, and this year you're trying your hand at growing an herb garden that can be dried and used through the cold winter months. Whatever the contents of your backyard garden or patio pots, the bounty of the warm months inspires us all to eat well and connect with the earth, the true source of our well-being.