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Saturday, August 18, 2012

Easy Tips To Help You Start Cooking

English: A Finnish cinnamon roll, korvapuusti....
English: A Finnish cinnamon roll, korvapuusti. Suomi: Korvapuusti. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
By Roxane J. Talisen

It's really not that difficult to become a great chef. Feel free to experiment with food and recipes, and find out what you're best at making. These tips will help you expand your cooking expertise and allow you to try new things. The advice in this article will turn you into a culinary expert in no time!

Homemade Mushroom and Cheese Ravioli with Tomato Sauce

Ravioli (Photo credit: timomcd)
By Juvy S. Iliwiliw

Making your own pasta may sound like a daunting task. Without a pasta roller it certainly can be, but don't let that hinder you. You can also use a rolling pin but ask for extra helping hands as it entails a bit of muscle effort. Once cooked, put sauce sparingly; you want the flavor of the pasta to shine after all that hard work!

Crostini with Hot Garlic Spinach Spread

English: Spinach and cheese crostini
English: Spinach and cheese crostini (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
By Juvy S. Iliwiliw

Eating would be a lot of fun if you will add a simple touch with what you will serve to your family. To make your bread delightful to the taste, I have added here a spread recipe to give beauty to the usual crostini.

Placing the garlic spinach spread in a turbo broiler just before serving gives a nice golden brown crust. No broiler? You can serve it after taking it off the heat.

What are Wheat Berries?

A variety of foods made from wheat.
A variety of foods made from wheat. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
By Cathy Roosa

Wheat berries: Not a berry at all.

On my list of grains and foods I am content to bet you only peeked at temporarily in Whole Foods, are wheat berries. Versatile and healthy, I can offer a few reasons why you need to give this grain a try.

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