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6 Healthy Recipes You Can Make Using Food Scraps

6 Healthy Recipes You Can Make Using Food Scraps

Using food scraps is an ideal way to get creative with your weekly meal planning and to save money on your grocery bill. Look at these fun and easy-to-make recipes that center around food scraps, and you can be sure that little to none of your food will go to waste....

3 Squash Recipes for the Fall

3 Squash Recipes for the Fall

Indian Butternut Squash Soup On cold winter days where you need a little extra warmth, cooking up a pot of this creamy and flavorful soup will do the trick. Ingredients 2 tbsp butter, unsalted 1 large chopped yellow onion 2 large peeled and sliced carrots 1 2.5-lb...

Proper Meat Cooking Methods

Proper Meat Cooking Methods

When it comes to having an omnivorous diet, careful consideration must always be placed on the preparation of any kind of meat to avoid contracting foodborne illnesses. Some meat, like steaks, can be eaten nearly raw, while others, like chicken, must be cooked...

Meet the Mother Sauces

Meet the Mother Sauces

Most people have a mother, but French cooking has 5 — the five mother sauces. Each of the mothers forms the foundation for an array of intermediate or small sauces to transform basic meat, poultry, seafood or pasta into candlelit dinner delights. Challenge yourself...

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