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My Oh My…Now That’s An Unusual Pie

My Oh My…Now That’s An Unusual Pie

A fresh crunchy potato and fish pie can be a delightful choice for a dinner if you and your family are fish lovers. It is not even hard to prepare. Depending on how many portions you need, you will first have to boil the potatoes for about twenty minutes and mash them with butter, condiments […]

Olives Are Little Drops Of Health

Olives Are Little Drops Of Health

Approximately 6 thousand years ago, one of the oldest foods known, olives, are discovered in Crete and spread to Egypt, Greece and Asia Minor. Since ancient times, these tiny fruit help people with dieting and healing and are a symbol of health and peace. Thanks to the Spanish and Portuguese explorers, in 15th and 16th […]

Zucchini Here, Zucchini There…Practically Zucchini Everywhere

Zucchini Here, Zucchini There…Practically Zucchini Everywhere

Zucchinis are an all time favorite vegetable. Predominantly used in Italian cuisine, it is now one of the ‘freshest’ selling vegetables. Available abundantly in the summer, it is a versatile vegetable too. Zucchini is a new comer on the American cuisine scene. It became popular with the increasing popularity of Italian food soon after the […]

Recipe For Banana Ice Cream

Recipe For Banana Ice Cream

Banana ice cream is an amazing, raw, vegan recipe made just out of bananas. It’s a simple frosty treat. You can easily make this without using an ice cream maker. You can have this as an afternoon snack or even in the breakfast. You need two-and-half frozen bananas, 2 tablespoons water or almond milk, and […]

Dessert…Oh So Much More Than Just It

Dessert…Oh So Much More Than Just It

Crunchy in the outside and pudding-like in the inside, that is a combination few of us could resist. Here is how the combination is done, in a breath-taking delicious chocolate cream pie. Your oven must be heated at 375 degrees C. After you grease with butter the bottom and the sides of the glass pan […]

A Baking Delight Not So Expensive And Not A Cake

A Baking Delight Not So Expensive And Not A Cake

Here is a fast, healthy and tasty baking delight. It involves tuna, pasta and about half an hour of cooking. You need a bowl of pasta, previously boiled for about two minutes less than the boiling time that is written on the package. While you prepare the sauce, heat the oven at about 180 degrees […]

7 Baking Tips For The Beginner Baker

7 Baking Tips For The Beginner Baker

1. Always pre heat the oven to the temperature indicated on the instructions or recipe. Don’t try to make up your own temperatures or try to improvise this early in your baking experiences just stick to the instructions. Besides, if the baked goods come out tasting good you will be encouraged to cook again and […]

Stew Or In Another Words A Plate With All The Nature Has Best

Stew Or In Another Words A Plate With All The Nature Has Best

A hot bowl of stew… what could be better after a cold winter’s day? And what could be more nourishing? To name even more advantages, stew is not even expensive nor is it hard to make. Here is a way of cooking a delicious stew with not so many ingredients and in record time. Depending […]

More Than A Usual Salad No Less Than Green Life In A Bowl

More Than A Usual Salad No Less Than Green Life In A Bowl

Here is a delicious receipt that will also help you fight winter threats by supplying you with a generous dose of vitamins, iron and antioxidants: Cime di rapa al peperoncino e aglio, broccoli rabe with chili and garlic in other words. It is originally given by Marco Canora and it goes like this: for about […]

Lovely Soup For Cold Winter Days

Lovely Soup For Cold Winter Days

You can feel the air getting colder and colder these days and I can bet all you have in mind while walking in the freezing air outside is a nice tasty, hot soup. How about a tomato one? Here’s how it goes: you mix the fresh or canned tomatoes with 200 milliliters of water, garlic […]