Saving Money in the Kitchen –– You’ve heard, over the past years, of "30 Minute Meals" (or less), home cooking with nearly-home made style prepackaged and pre-processed foods ...
Good for you, good for your grill –– Try turkey on the grill this Summer barbecue season.
Eat for Health and Strength –– Food choices are important in maintaining your proper weight.

Hot Roast Beef Sandwich –– Only 15 minutes to prepare - great for leftovers too!
Making cornbread stuffing from scratch –– Homemade can't be beat!
Herbed Chicken Bites –– An economical and nutritious standby.

Vegetables –– Any part; root, tuber, bulb, flower, leaf, fruit or seed; can be a good source for vitamins and minerals.
Afternoon Tea –– Slow down your busy day with an afternoon tea.
Fruits –– Have a fruitful day making Jellies and Juice.

Natural Foods –– Ice Cream, Fruits and Nuts can be prepared with no cooking required.
Corn –– Corn, Popcorn, Sugar and Caramel.
Bread –– Bread is a form of food made from the meal or flour of certain grains.

Eggs –– Eggs should be handled carefully and used appropriately.
Rice –– Rice keeps for a long time, takes but little room, is clean, easily cooked, and a convenient substitute for potato.
Frying –– Frying is one of the tastiest methods of cooking.

Pastry –– In making pastry the best results are obtained by having all the ingredients as cold as possible.
Fish –– Five methods of cooking fish are discussed in this article.
Potatoes –– Nutriments are lost when you pare potatoes.

Soups –– A stimulant to prepare the stomach for the heavier food.
Stews –– A stew usually has vegetables and dumplings cooked with the meat.
Meat –– Good beef should be bright-red when first cut, well marbled with yellowish fat, and with a thick outside layer of fat. Illustrated.

Batters –– Science is used to lighten up a simple flour and liquid mixture.
Water –– Water plays one of the most important roles in the nutrition of the body, and ranks next to oxygen as a supporter of life.
Lobsters –– Select lobsters from one to two pounds in weight and well filled out with meat.

Vegetables –– The preparation and cooking of vegetables.
Corned Beef and Food Safety –– Food Safety involves more than the "Luck of the Irish"

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