In your kitchen lies many hidden tools that can help you create perfect size portions, as well as help create a cute way to display your main entrée, side dish, or dessert. One of my favorite hidden gems is the muffin tin.
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Becoming a master of the grill is just like becoming an artist to a tasty masterpiece. It takes time, skill and creativity to learn how to perfect your abilities. This blog will feature the mainstays of what we typically envision about grilling.
Drying is one of the oldest methods for preserving foods. Dried foods need little space for storage, are a great way to use produce before spoiling & they add additional nutrients & flavors to foods such as soups. Some dried foods, such as fruit leathers, are a convenient, less messy snack .You can even rehydrate … Continued
You can thank the French (notorious for their love of food) for the invention of the pressure cooker. In 1679, French physician Denis Papin invented this pressurized method of cooking utilizing his understanding of physics. It was known that water boils in an open pan at around 212 degrees, whereas, if pressure is added, the … Continued
Load up on veggies and fruit by placing them on kabobs, foil packs or straight on the grill. Peaches drizzled with honey and placed directly on a grill makes for a great low calorie dessert. Memorial Day signifies the unofficial kick off to summer which means to this dietitian grilling delectable foods, late nights watching … Continued
Juicing is an excellent way to combine superfoods to create the powerful dose of nutrients your body needs to unlock a super you. This month, Cosentino’s will present you with healthy juicing recipes that use superfood ingredients purchased at your neighborhood Cosentino’s Market.