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Meat Free Spaghetti Bolognese.

Have you ever thought about trying meat-free mince Spaghetti Bolognese? Well if you haven’t then it may be time to rustle up those ingredients and prepare to make something awesome! If you are a meat eating person and want something meaty then you can always add soy sauce to the mince when cooked to give it that extra taste, but don’t use too much and use a mix... Read More

Cooking for Two When There’s Just You?

Nobody likes to cook decent meals when they are just cooking for themselves, it seems to be a lot more troublesome and food may normally get wasted. You could say that you don’t have time too cook during the week and for just one person there is little point to healthy eating. But rather than find excuses, why not just cook for two people anyway and put the other half in... Read More

Home Cooked Sunday Dinner

  Sunday chicken dinner, with roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings, carrots and parsnips, topped with thick herby chicken gravy, in 11 easy steps: Step One: Start by pre-boiling 2 medium pans of water, and then prep the veg as the water boils. Peel the carrots, parsnips and potatoes and start cutting the potatoes into quarters; the parsnips and carrots should be sliced... Read More

Why food preparation is a must for a successful party

When you are making things ready for an event and thinking of hiring a catering service, you need to be little cautious and critical in your effort. With simple research and asking few questions concerning the food and its quality, you can finalize the catering services. You can always start your venture by seeking recommendations from your family and friends and right after... Read More

Is braising the best way to go about cooking meat?

Braising is really a mix-cooking process that employs both moist and dry heats: usually, the meals is first seared in a high-temperature, then done in a covered box at a lower temperature while relaxing in some (variable) level of water (that might also add flavor). Though some creators create a variance between the two techniques, depending on whether additional water is... Read More