Tips on proper storage of fruits and vegetables so you don’t wind up losing taste and vitamins.
The way I cook my bacon is to lay down the strips in the pan and fry it over a low heat so that it doesn’t get brittle on me. As the aroma begins to fill the house, I augment the effect by adding to it the exceptionally mouth-watering bouquet of Tabasco sauce. I pour about two teaspoons into the pan and let the bacon cook in a taste-tempting mixture of its own rendered fat and the famous hot sauce from Avery Island, Louisiana, which I purchase by the gallon.
Fish oil pills can smell even worse than fish. Fresh fish tastes better than those pills too.
If you are an inveterate (some might even say degenerate) reader of ingredient labels like I am, you may have noticed while reading the ingredients of ice cream something with the horrific name of carrageenan.
Grilled quesadillas, stuffed tomatoes, and Hawaiian kabobs. Umm-umm grill!
Did you know that onions have a multitude of uses away from the dining room table? Onions can be used for removing rust, deodorizing unpleasant smells, training pets, reviving the unconscious and improving vision.
Advice that every owner of a pressure cooker needs to know to get the most from their appliance.
A meal by meal guide to power eating in order to boost your productivity and alertness level.
A little history of how artificial flavoring began with hedgehog-flavored chips and how the process works.
Did you know your microwave is far more useful for keeping you warm than cooking certain foods? Or that it can be used to plump up fruit and make soggy snacks crispy again?