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21 Uses for Mint

Mint is one the most versatile herbs to have around. It is easy to grow indoors or outdoors. There are over 40 varieties of...

Homemade Pancake Mix to Store

Homemade pancakes don't require that much effort. You can even create your own mixture to store and use at later times.

Preparing Plant-Based Kitchen and Pantry

I created a list for you to use when it comes time to stock your kitchen and pantry. It's a long list but don't be intimidated. It's only a guideline to give you an idea of the variety of foods on the whole food plant-based diet.

What is Cream of Tartar and Why Do Cooks Use It?

If you are a baker or candy maker you probably have cream of tartar on hand. Cream of tartar is a stabilizing ingredient for...

Some Interesting Foods of Early Homesteaders

Early Homesteaders' foods were not always the healthiest fare, but those farmers worked so hard that they burned up any extra calories. Although, one...

Herbs and Spices Every Cook Must Have in Their Kitchen

Cook, Carole-Anne Stanway shows the spices necessary to have in your cupboard for healthy cooking. She also shows the uses of these spices, and just how popular they can be in the use.

15 Basic Cooking Tips to Make Your Life Easier!

There are some basic cooking tips that anyone could learn and use to help out in the kitchen. With today's busy lifestyles becoming more...

Cast Iron Cookware – Cookware That Stands the Test of Time

Cast iron is versatile; you can cook just about anything in it, anywhere. You can deep fry, sear and bake with it in a fire pit, on the barbecue grill, the stove top or in the oven. Whether you nestle the Dutch oven deep in the coals of a fire pit, or put it in your modern oven, food always tastes better from cast iron.

Feast on This Mexican Seven-Layer Dip

Sinful dishes associated with watching football can be modified to reduce their calories, like making brownies using less butter and sugar or replacing fatty...

The Essential History of Ketchup

One of the most popular condiments in the U.S. is ketchup, but most of us don't know the history behind it. Therefore, without further...

Little Known Facts and Other Uses for Rolling Pins

Who invented them? Why were they invented? Are they only good for rolling out bread dough and cookies? Answers for these and other very interesting facts about rolling pins.

Oregano Uses and Recipes

Use Oregano For Authentic Italian Dishes If your homemade pasta, spaghetti, or pizza seems to be missing that certain something, be sure to try Oregano...

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