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Coconut Milk Homemade Handmade Thai Recipes South Indian Coconut Flavor Aromatic Powder
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To make your own coconut milk you will need Fresh coconut Cutting board Strainer Coconut Grater or vegetable grater or cheese grater. Blender/Mixer Grinder/Food Processor A little water Muslin or thin cotton cloth Fresh coconut is the key to extracting...

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Cutting Meat before Cooking

Cutting Meat before Cooking

Posted by on May 10, 2016
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Recipe books don’t always describe how to cut meat so that it is tender and easier to eat. Neither do they give tips about the knife and surface to use. Sometimes, it is not necessary to cut meat before cooking it. However, not all meat is sold...

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Creative Cake Decorating Ideas

Creative Cake Decorating Ideas

Posted by on May 9, 2016
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We’ve all had our taste of grocery store cakes at some point, right? That flat boring rectangular cake with the tacky decorations and waxy icing that sticks to the roof of your mouth. Who really wants to eat that stuff, any ways? It’s a quick...

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Cooking Ways to Spice up Shortbread Cookies
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It is hard to imagine that cookies as rich and elegant as shortbreads could be made with so little trouble and so few ingredients. The original, basic recipe only calls for the finest butter, sugar and enough all-purpose flour to bring the dough to a...

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Circulon as a Great Alternative

Circulon as a Great Alternative

Posted by on May 9, 2016
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Circulon have been world leaders in the production of cookware for over twenty years, and they got something right with their design. If you look at the innovative range, it is easy to see why their popularity has grown. Comparing their style and innovative...

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Creative Asian Food Recipes

Creative Asian Food Recipes

Posted by on May 9, 2016
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I am an Asian woman, but my husband is European. But I am so lucky that he like to eat Asian food too. I cook Asian food recipes for most of the time, and only cook European food occasionally. I still think Asian Food is the easiest way of cooking. Maybe...

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Choosing a Menu for your Restaurant

Choosing a Menu for your Restaurant

Posted by on May 8, 2016
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Contemplating how to write a restaurant menu? Look no further, writing can be quite a simple thing if you take note from the tried and true. It has been several years since I’ve dined at New York’s 107 West an incredible, well conceived noveau...

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Coffee Bread

Coffee Bread

Posted by on May 8, 2016
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Cinnamon buns. Ingredients: 25 grams of yeast,75 grams of butter,2.5 deciliter milk,1/2 deciliter sugar,1 spoon salt,1 teaspoon ground cardamom,7 deciliter wheat flour. Filling: 50 grams of butter,1/2 deciliter sugar,1 teaspoon cinnamon. Brushing: 1 egg. Garnish:...

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Cookware Reviews Le Creuset

Cookware Reviews Le Creuset

Posted by on May 7, 2016
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Although beginning with humble roots in Belgium, Le Creuset has become a worldwide business selling cookware, setting up the first premises for the fabrication in France in 1925. The strength of the brand lies in the manner in which the cast iron cookware...

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Butter Chicken Recipe

Butter Chicken Recipe

Posted by on May 7, 2016
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Butter Chicken is the yummy-est, spicy-est chicken on the face of this planet. Marinated in herbs and lemon, with a thick and creamy curry, where flavors melt into each other, merge and divide in the mouth, giving the perfect sensory stimulation to win...

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