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With less than 31 calories a cup, popcorn is one of the healthiest snacks available. Even popped in oil, one cup has a mere 55 calories. It is also high in fiber and naturally sodium- and sugar-free. All the more reason to grab the biggest bowl you own, pop in a good DVD and indulge! If you’re […]

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Cooked chicken, bathed in a silky white sauce, highlighted with a few fresh vegetables, and served any number of options – it doesn’t get much better than that. Creamed chicken is one of the most versatile dishes you can add to your repertoire. Not only is it a snap to put together from all fresh […]

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If you can yell “Wensleydale Gromit!”, with total confidence when facing a buying a present for a cheese-lover then by all means buy some cheese for your Grand Fromage. However, if you aren’t sure about their taste in cheese then the safer bet would be to go for one of the many cheese accessories, and […]

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Rib eye and porterhouse are among the most tender, albeit most expensive, cuts of meat. Muscles from the short loin and rib sections get worked the least, making them the most succulent of all. Of course the juiciest cuts of meat are the most valuable! However, nobody has to pay top dollar for the most […]

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When it comes to pasta, many of us are stuck on the spaghetti and meatballs train. Time to get off that one and catch the healthy pasta passenger express. All aboard! But, while you’re finding your seat, let’s ask a question. What do we mean by healthy? In a nutshell, it boils down to nutritious, […]

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Using garden herbs in your cooking can be one of the most satisfying experiences an avid cook can have. So first let’s take a look at a simple way to have your own garden herbs, then we will talk about which ones are the most commonly used in cooking. Growing Them Planting and raising your […]

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Crispy Cheese Bars This is a very unique and savory recipe that is made with crisp rice cereal. When the recipe is completed, it may be cut into appetizer bars. These are excellent for serving at parties, picnics, banquets, lunch, or dinner. Kids will love them. A very nutritious appetizer that has a good amount […]

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Divine Faux Espresso Brownies! In this world of coffee connoisseurs drinking swanky whipped up, exotic coffees such as; Grande-Double-Cafe Americano-nonfat-with room-hazelnut or Double-Espresso Macchiato-Whip-Vanilla,. Or you can have Mocha, Latte, Frappuccino. Oh the mind melts with the choices between these coffees. After you have made a choice for your “cup a Joe” you then spy […]

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CHILIE AND CHEESE FLAUTAS Endless arguments over whether to use corn or flour tortillas for flautas have been made. I say use the type of tortilla you prefer. The flour will take one to two minutes and the corn two to three minutes to cook. WARNING: Don’t fill with chili (the stew or soup type)as […]

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It is said that the hot dog originated in 1484 in Frankfurt, Germany but was introduced to America in 1904 at the World’s Fair in St Louis. Coincidently in the same year George J French came out with his yellow mustard. A few years later Nathan Handwerker opened his Coney Island hot dog business Nathans […]

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