Making Chicken on a Stick for a Large Crowd?Preparing large quantities of food for a group event presents many challenges. The first is to know how much food to prepare, to avoid waste and hungry guests. This page asks about how much to buy when making chicken on a stick for a large crowd.
Using Frozen Cabbage?This page is about using frozen cabbage. When frozen, the texture of all vegetables changes whether blanched or not.
Sugar Tips and TricksA pantry staple sweetener that is used in many ways and recipes. This page contains sugar tips and tricks.
What are Graham Crackers?I am from Australia and find lots of recipes that call for graham crackers or crumbs. I can not figure out what I can substitute with.
Potato Gratin Question?When cooking potato gratin, usually we use mixture of milk and cream. But I never know what does milk and cream do here? So I just want to ask what is milk and cream function here? Thanks.
Recipes Using SardinesSardines are small fish usually of the herring family, commonly sold in rectangular tins. These are high in Omega 3 and add an umami flavor to all sorts of recipes.
Uses for PotatoesPotatoes are a favorite ingredient for many cultures but what else can it be used for? This is a page about uses for potatoes.
How To Make Fresh Shredded CoconutThis is a page about how to make fresh shredded coconut. Why buy dried coconut from the store when you can shred your own?
Using Rose HipsThis is a page about using rose hips. Purchase or pick your rose hips in the fall from plants free of pesticides and herbicides.
Using TrufflesThis is a page about using truffles. These highly prized fungi can be difficult to locate at the grocery store.
Health Benefits of StrawberriesEating lots of these delicious fresh berries definitely taste good, and may lower cholesterol and reduce risk of heart attacks. This is a page about health benefits of strawberries.
Fermenting Vegetables?This page is about fermenting vegetables. Sauerkraut and pickles are common vegetables preserved by fermentation. Foods preserved this way are known for producing health benefiting bacteria.
How to Make Brown SugarThis page tells how to make your own brown sugar at home. You can easily make your own brown sugar by adding 2 tablespoons of molasses to 1 cup of granulated sugar.
Uses for Sunflower OilSunflower oil has many uses other than in cooking. It can be used for beauty and cleaning. This is a page about uses for sunflower oil.
Calculating Nutritional Information at HomeThis page is about calculating nutritional information at home. Making sure your family gets all the nutrients that they need is important.
What is Kosher Salt?This is a page about "what is kosher salt?". Some recipes will specifically call for kosher salt.
Understanding Food AdditivesThis page is about understanding food additives. With so many ingredients listed on products, you need to learn what some of the things really are.
Using Bamboo ShootsThis page is about using bamboo shoots. These young shoots are great when prepared and added to stir fry or egg rolls.
The History of MarshmallowsI found this not so earth shaking information in Readers Digest and then did some further research about them and thought it interesting enough to share as food for thought (pun intended LOL).
What is Shortening?What is shortening? It is listed in a waffle recipe.
Help Identifying Pastry From Wedding Reception?When I was younger, I attended my Uncle's wedding, and at the reception there were these wonderful "treats", they were like a pastry, only they were very thin (like a chip, only larger in size),and were sprinkled with powdered sugar.
What is The Difference Between Apple Cider and Apple Juice?What is the difference between apple cider and apple juice?
What Is Graham Flour?Can anyone tell me what graham flour is?
What Is "French Style" Rice?A recipe for beans made a small mention of "French style rice". I can't find it on the internet.
What is Powdered Dextrose?What is Powdered Dextrose? Could someone tell me what powdered dextrose is? We have a family project this weekend of making homemade sausage (various kinds), and one of the recipes calls for powdered dextrose.
Potato InformationMany years ago while taking a nutrition class at the same time as a computer programming class I worked on a program to find what foods would give you the recommended daily allowances. My first run though I had limited it to one food.
Looking for Information About Pesto?What is pesto? Where would you find it in a grocery store? Can it be made at home? I find this in several recipes and it's totally new to me.
Understanding Food AdditivesKnowing what is really in the food we eat can sometimes be a mystery, and so with this article I hope that I can give you some information that you can use and be a more informed consumer. If you know what some of the additives are and why they are put into your food than you can decide for yourself if this is something that was needed or if it was an additive that you would rather do without.
Using ArrowrootArrowroot is used as a thickening agent for gravies and sauces. Will give a nice gloss to the food you add it to.
Old Fashioned Soda Fountain TreatsClose your eyes and come with me, a trip down memory lane to the place where red and white checked dreams come true. Many of us from the older generation can remember going to the local soda fountain for a burger and a shake or to have an egg cream or homemade French fries.
Using AlmondsAlmonds have been praised for many health benefits, such as, cancer prevention. If eaten daily can help lower cholesterol, and boost the immune system.
Using Frozen Cabbage?Can frozen cabbage be used to make chow chow?
What is Cool Whip?I would like to make a recipe, but am at a loss. What is Cool Whip please?
Yellow Foods?Where can I find a list of all the yellow foods?
Number of Cups in a Box of Macaroni?How many cups of elbow macaroni in a 12 ounce box of macaroni?
Why Do Potatoes Turn Black After Cooking?Why do potatoes turn black after you have peeled them and cooked them?
Using Frozen Cabbage?I went to get my cabbage out of the fridge and it's frozen! I'm making pan fried cabbage and noodles. Will this still cook up? I don't care if it soaks up the butter, just want to be able to use it.