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Campfire Cooking: “Baked” Potatoes

  Basic method for “baking” potatoes in a campfire or wood-burning stove. (Also, includes directions for conventional ovens.)

Although campfires are common summertime events, many people still enjoy building up fires on cool fall nights – for a single evening or several nights running on a camping or hunting trip. Regardless of the season, campfires are generally accompanied by food. Hot dogs and marshmallows are common campfire fare, but a whole world of culinary options exist that use the open flame or piping hot coals. After all, before the advent of electric and gas ranges, cooking methods almost always used the heat, directly or indirectly, of burning wood.

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Throwing A Party? Reasons To Consider BBQ Catering

Throwing a party can be a great stress reliever. A party can be an excellent avenue for you to chat with your friends and family, and showcase your own personal style – may it be about your home decors or choice of silverware.

If you’re planning to throw a party, you might want to consider BBQ catering. This service can provide a handful of benefits to party hosts like you. And although uncommon, BBQ catering can be a great and unique addition to any of your upcoming parties.

To drive the point home, here are some reasons why you should definitely consider paying for BBQ catering: Continue reading “Throwing A Party? Reasons To Consider BBQ Catering”

How to Make Beef Braised with Moroccan Spice

Cooks on a Budget Finds Unique Ways to Use Inexpensive Cuts of Meat.

An assertive blend of spices combined with a hint of dried fruit sweetness characterize many Moroccan or Moroccan-inspired dishes.

This is a great recipe for chuck roast or whatever is the least expensive beef in the market. These cuts generally want low and slow cooking to tenderize them. A slow braise is ideal for melding the complex of flavors in this Moroccan-inspired dish.

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Ban Food Boredom: How to Stay Creative While Meal Prepping

Cooking can be fun, but also time-consuming. If you lead a busy lifestyle, it may be hard to find time to fit in regular meals. Or, you may want to save money by bringing your own food to work.

Whatever your reason is, you might be looking into meal prepping. By making a huge batch of food at once, you can portion it out throughout the week. Not only does this save time, but it also saves you money.

But over time, meal prepping can get boring. so are there any ways to stay creative? We give you some tips in this article. Continue reading “Ban Food Boredom: How to Stay Creative While Meal Prepping”

5 Easy-To-Make Keto Desserts to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Are desserts allowed on the ketogenic or keto diet?

Some people think desserts are a no-no for those who follow a keto lifestyle. But you have to remember that there’s a difference between low-carb and zero-carb. On a ketogenic diet, you’re allowed up to 50 grams of carbs per day.

Now, you may not think that’s enough, especially if you’re used to sugar-laden treats. But once you’ve had a taste of the best keto desserts, you’ll see why other keto followers are able to satisfy their sweet cravings without breaking the low-carb rule. Continue reading “5 Easy-To-Make Keto Desserts to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth”

Barbeque Marinades from Brazil

Marinating is a great way to infuse different flavours into meat, fish and poultry. It is especially suitable for game meat, and venison.

Sea salt is used in Brazil to season meat prior to cooking.

It can also be mixed with water to make a brine used to baste the meat. The combination works extremely well, especially for slow cooked beef, mutton, and lamb.

Whatever you’re cooking, season the meat first. Then add a marinade. Larger cuts of meat can be left for 2 or 3 days to marinate. Smaller cuts of meat may need only a few hours. Fish and poultry require as little as 30 minutes, depending on the size.

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Snacking Made Easy: The Top 10 Easy Snack Ideas for Kids

Any parent knows the struggle of keeping their kids fed, but it only gets worse when you try to keep the health of their growing bodies in mind.

There are a thousand brands on the market and all of them promise quality in some form or another. What do you trust?

The answers to all of this may end up being more simple than you may expect.

Today we will explore some of the best snack ideas for kids that can be quick, easy, and give your kids what they need. Continue reading “Snacking Made Easy: The Top 10 Easy Snack Ideas for Kids”

The Benefits Of Making Your Own Greek Yogurt

You have probably heard about the Greek yogurt. A lot of people like it. Through some researches, it has been proven that it’s the healthiest. It has more nutrients than others. Some people have grown tired of buying it regularly. So, they are looking for ways to make it at home. That way, they will rid themselves of going to the grocery shop constantly. Some actually find it easier to prepare it themselves than to buy it. Continue reading “The Benefits Of Making Your Own Greek Yogurt”

Stack That Dough: Key Secrets for Making the Perfect Pizza Dough

Crisp, flavorful, with just enough bubbles to enjoy that delicious texture. Creating the perfect pizza dough can take your homemade efforts at pizza making and turn them into gourmet, restaurant-worthy pizza pies.

So what’s the secret to getting that ever-elusive, perfect pizza dough at home?

A few things actually.

Not to worry. Here are 5 key secrets to producing that perfect dough so tasty your friends will be begging you for the recipe. Enjoy! Continue reading “Stack That Dough: Key Secrets for Making the Perfect Pizza Dough”