Monthly Archives: March 2014

  1. 3 Delicious Ways to Celebrate Spring

    3 Delicious Ways to Celebrate Spring

    Chocolate Summer Berries Cake With winter winding down, you can finally stop relying on stews and soups to keep you warm and maybe even venture to cook outdoors. Celebrate the melting snows and rising temperatures with delicious dishes ideal...

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  2. A Twist on the Classic Waldorf Salad

    A Twist on the Classic Waldorf Salad

    Waldorf Salad Ingredients Spring is in the air and this always makes me think of salad ideas and ways to lighten up our meals.  A favorite Atlanta Personal Chef, Alex Reethof, just shared this recipe in a class on...

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  3. Breakfast in Japan

    Breakfast in Japan

    Japanese Breakfast If you've ever visited Japan, you know that variety breakfast cereals are hard to find - everything on the shelves is either a bran or a granola. That's because cereal is not a traditional Japanese breakfast. Here...

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  4. Gluten Free : Understanding the Latest Trend

    Gluten Free : Understanding the Latest Trend

    Gluten Free "Gluten Free" seems like the new catchphrase in dieting. In the last two or three years, a gluten free craze has swept the nation. While the diet is gaining serious steam, the entire concept can seem complex...

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  5. Night of the Living Bread: How to Make Stale Bread Fresh Again

    Night of the Living Bread: How to Make Stale Bread Fresh Again

    Stale Bread Let's face it, when it comes to kitchen related how-to, the trick for bringing stale, dead bread back to life is not quite as pressing as it once was. Few of us don't have easy access to fresh...

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  6. Asian Inspired Pork Tenderloin

    Asian Inspired Pork Tenderloin

    Pork Tenderloin My latest request, a quick and easy entrée for a weekend get together. The hostess who called knew everyone liked and ate pork tenderloin, but she wanted to step-up a recipe over one of the pre-seasoned versions...

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  7. 3 Fun Twists on the Typical Lasagna

    3 Fun Twists on the Typical Lasagna

    Spinach Lasagna Marinara sauce, ground beef and cheese smothered between layers of noodle. It’s yummy, but it can get also a little boring, especially if lasagna is a staple in your household. Mix up lasagna night a little with...

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  8. Chef's Knife: What Every Cook Needs

    Chef's Knife: What Every Cook Needs

    Chef's Knife A cook needs his chef’s knife as much as an artist needs his favorite brush. It’s that one knife that every cook, whether you fancy yourself accomplished or otherwise, needs. Without it, food preparation will be reduced...

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  9. Meatless Monday's - Get Your Thai On - Curried Cauliflower

    Meatless Monday's - Get Your Thai On - Curried Cauliflower

    Cauliflower Head One of my favorite vegetables is cauliflower.  I remember as a kid only having cauliflower served steamed, but the prep options are endless.  One of my favorite ways to prepare this treasure is to roast, like I...

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  10. Culinary Cutlery: Chopping Your Way to Better Meals

    Culinary Cutlery: Chopping Your Way to Better Meals

    Chopping Knife Not only do knives of all shapes and sizes play an important role in the dining process, they are also integral to the preparation of virtually any dish. Educating yourself about the knives most commonly used by...

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