Cooking Tips & Tricks Archive

How To Pick A Perfect Watermelon

How To Pick A Perfect Watermelon every time. There’s a definite art to picking the very best watermelons. It involves weighing the watermelon between your hands, turning it over, and giving it a firm thwap! on the underside. Why? A heavy watermelon with a splotch on its belly and a hollow sound means it is brimming with juice

Steak For Us Poor People

Need a steak that is tender, juicy but is inexpensive? You can take a cheap type of meat and make it look and taste delicious. It is all in how you cook it. Here is the recipe: Print Steak For Us Poor People Ingredients 3 pound chuck roast 1/2 cup BBQ sauce your favorite brand/recipe

How To Cut and Eat Pomegranates

Ever wonder how to cut and eat a Pomegranate? The pomegranate is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree in the family Lythraceae that grows between 5 and 8 m (16 and 26 ft) tall. The fruit is typically in season in the Northern Hemisphere from September to February, and in the Southern Hemisphere from March

Great Chef Tips

Ever wonder what the greatest chefs use to make their best food? Here are some of their secrets: Their secret to Mashed Potatoes Bake the whole potatoes on a bed of salt on a baking sheet. When you can easily poke holes in them, peel them. Save the skins. Fry the skins in some butter for

130 Cooking Tips

This is a collection of cooking tips collected from various books, internet, recipes and experience. 1. If you are going to freeze a loaf of bread, make sure you include a piece of paper towel in the package to absorb moisture. This will keep the bread from becoming mushy when it is thawed out!… 2.

Basic Time For Slow Cooking

Estimated times only. The cooking time will vary with the amount of food and type of ingredients with the food.