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Tasting Tuscany A Lesson In Italian Cuisine
Tasting Tuscany, a lesson in Italian cuisine. Get some delicious recipe for Chicken Milanese, straight from Tuscany.
Apr 3, 2010, 22:40
Sustainable Practices: Do your foods uphold your commitment to the planet?
Heinz is doing its part for ecology by using all natural, high yield tomatos and drip irrigation methods when growing vegetables for their sauces.
Jul 6, 2008, 21:02
Keeping Your Family On The Right Track When It Comes To Snacks
Snacks for your family can be easy and healthy! Here is a peanut butter cookie recipe.
Jun 26, 2008, 19:12
Antioxidant-Rich Super Spices Offer New Reasons To Season
You can find lots of antioxidants in the spices you use to cook according to The SuperFoodsRx series. Here is a healthy recipe for salmon.
Jun 21, 2008, 19:40
The Ice Cream Taste Is Premium, The Price Is Not
I don't know about you, but most Americans love their ice cream and La Salle is a premium brand without a premium price.
Jun 10, 2008, 19:10
Upgrade Your Grilling Experience
While there are many ways to spice up your grilling experience, great taste starts with premium-quality kosher beef.
Jun 6, 2008, 19:51
Quick And Nutritious Breakfast Tips For Warm-Weather Mornings
Breakfast, a healthy breakfast, is just as important in the summer. You use just as much energy in the warmer months.
May 24, 2008, 12:06
Most Americans Prefer Dining At Home, But Lack Cooking Skills
Most people enjoy eating at home. Having a nice dinner around the family table. Most people, though, don't think they can cook food with style.
May 23, 2008, 23:58
The Po’Boy Sandwich Is Rich In History
Over 5,000 fried oysters were stuffed into a po’boy sandwich the length of an entire city block.
May 22, 2008, 20:28
Complex Carbs: A Simple Way To Satisfy
I used to think it sounded funny, but when I tasted Kasha it became on of my favorite dishes. Kasha Pilaf can be a delicious and nutritious side dish.
May 19, 2008, 18:26
Mangos: Just Desserts For Lovebirds
Mangos add the sweet, exotic taste of the tropics to romantic dishes.
Feb 7, 2008, 23:56
10 Ways To Snack With Cereal
A number of nutrition experts recommend eating every 2 or 3 hours for a constant supply of energy and to avoid overeating. My favorite snack is cereal because it satisfies my craving for something slightly sweet and crunchy.
Jan 19, 2008, 23:46
Make 2008 the Year of Healthy Snacking
The holidays are now just a distant memory; the ball has long dropped along with that New Year’s resolution to eat better and lose weight. It’s time to make a real change that you’ll enjoy keeping: snack more. Sunsweet Growers has the perfect tool to lead the way with a new interactive Web site encouraging consumers to choose healthier snacks over conventional unhealthy snacks.
Jan 16, 2008, 23:20
One Fish, Two Fish ... 'Green Fish,' Good Fish
From heated discussions surrounding global warming to the debates on the rising cost of oil, a variety of environmental concerns have come to the forefront of many Americans' minds. This year's Earth Day will also bring to light another topic that is of "green" concern -; food sustainability.
Jan 15, 2008, 23:26
Warm Up With Homemade Comfort Foods
Soups and stews are two of the most popular wintertime staples. Not only do they fill the house with rich, mouthwatering aromas while they simmer on the stove, they are the ultimate in great-tasting comfort foods.
Jan 15, 2008, 23:16
Homemade Pot Pies Add Warmth To Winter
Lemon Chicken & Asparagus Pot Pie is a warm, savory way to enjoy a cold winter evening.
Jan 14, 2008, 20:34
Celebrity Chef Offers Tips To Get More Citrus In Your Diet
Here's food for thought: Citrus fruit may do more for you than you realize. As chef Jill Davie, Food Network's "The Next Iron Chef" finalist and Chef de Cuisine of Josie in Santa Monica, Calif., says, "As a chef, understanding the seasons brings a sense of structure, rhythm and rightness to my cooking.
Jan 14, 2008, 20:06
The Healthy Crepe Craze
These sweet potato crepes with berry filling are delicious and healthy. Sweet potatoes are a nutritious, heart-healthy vegetable.
Jan 2, 2008, 21:50
"Berry Nut-ritious" Muffins
This recipe comes from Diamond of California, the most popular brand of nuts for year-round meal preparation, baking and natural snacking, making it easy to add wholesome, versatile nuts to your daily menu without ever getting bored.
Dec 27, 2007, 23:08
B. Smith Knows Small Changes Can Have A Big Effect On Managing Diabetes Successfully
Restaurateur, chef and author B. Smith is encouraging people with type 2 diabetes to recognize that small changes, including food choices, can have a positive effect on managing diabetes successfully.
Dec 24, 2007, 11:54
Canned Is Better Than Fresh
Need a new recipe? Here is one you may want to try. Cat Cora's Tomato Butternut 'Stew' with Couscous is a low-fat, hearty, colorful blend of chunky butternut squash, tomatoes, garbanzo beans and plump raisins, simmered in an aromatic broth and served over couscous.
Dec 24, 2007, 11:10
Weekend Flavor in Weeknight Time: Think Sides!
While it may appear seamless, delivering a fulfilling and delicious dinner to the table in a short amount of time can be a challenge. You can ease the process by having a few quick and delicious side dish recipes on hand that can compliment any meat entree -- from chicken to meatloaf and everything in between.
Dec 16, 2007, 19:08
Turn Leftovers into a Feast
Whether you cook foods yourself, buy them ready-to-heat or ready-to-eat, it seems there are inevitably leftovers. The amounts might be substantial or miniscule, but there’s always the question of how to use the bits and pieces creatively before they spoil.
Dec 16, 2007, 19:04
Avocados: Special Ingredient To Make Leftovers New Again
Here is a recipe for Turkey Chili with Hass Avocado Salsa. Hass avocados add a creamy and delicious flavor to wake up your leftovers.
Dec 16, 2007, 18:48
Tasty Tips for Last-minute Bakers
The holiday baking frenzy is in full swing. Get out your measuring cups and a mixing bowl -- with a few helpful tips and these fool-proof recipes, your baking endeavors are sure to be a delicious success.
Dec 12, 2007, 00:30
How to Cut Calories, But Not Your Fun During the Holidays
You may relish holiday office parties, neighborhood gatherings, family meals and the annual New Year’s Eve bash. But how happy will your holidays really be if all those extra calories you consume during seasonal festivities go straight to the portion of your anatomy that could least use the extra padding?
Dec 12, 2007, 00:18
Avoid the Holiday Scramble with a Casual, Make-Ahead Brunch
There’s something about the smell of freshly baked breakfast dishes on a holiday morning. It conjures warm memories of savoring food and conversation at a leisurely pace in the comfort of your pajamas.
Dec 9, 2007, 22:42
Secrets to Serving Prime Rib for the Holidays
For all the fuss made over the stress, commercialism and frenzy of the holiday season, Americans might not give themselves enough credit for one overlooked fact. “It takes a good sense of humor to get through two months of turkey … and leftovers, leftovers, leftovers,” says Chef Anthony Sobiech.
Dec 9, 2007, 22:28
A Diabetes-Friendly Meal Everyone Can Enjoy
Knowing what to serve and eat for dinner can sometimes be a challenge-especially for people with diabetes. While eating healthy foods is important for everyone, it's essential for people with diabetes. Diabetes is a disease that results in high glucose, or sugar levels in the blood, which can lead to serious complications.
Dec 8, 2007, 21:08
Berries + Blender = Breakfast Or Snack In No Time
No time for breakfast? Fading at four? Need a late-night pick-me-up? With individually quick frozen (IQF) red raspberries, a blender and one or two other ingredients, you can deal with hunger in just minutes.
Dec 5, 2007, 20:16
Do Almonds Have Fewer Calories Than The Food Label Shows?
Almonds may have fewer calories than you think while adding important nutrients to your diet.
Dec 3, 2007, 01:30
Yogurt Helps Relieve 'Belly Blues'
When Marla Boggs experiences occasional digestive discomfort, she doesn't have time to slow down. A Manhattan showroom manager with a busy social life, she sometimes experiences bloating and irregularity, leaving her with that bloated, "hard as a rock" feeling.
Dec 2, 2007, 22:54
Citrus 101: Add Zest to Your Health with Citrus
If you're trying to get a leg up on good health, there's one tasty food you may want to get hooked on -; citrus. Citrus fruits are not only one of the most delicious varieties of fruit, but they are also full of nutritional value.
Dec 2, 2007, 00:50
Sweet Onions Bring Smiles To Winter Meals
Twenty-some years ago, two onion brokers were enjoying steaming bowls of Vidalia onion soup one spring day, when one said to the other, "Why can't we have delicious sweet onions like these in the winter?"
Nov 29, 2007, 21:46
Making Coffeehouse-quality Java in Your Own Home
When it comes to holiday entertaining, don’t overlook the impact of a great cup of coffee. A top-notch cup of America’s favorite beverage can add an unexpected and much appreciated quality touch to a festive gathering.
Nov 23, 2007, 23:00
Don’t Get Stuck in the Kitchen – Exchange Cookies Instead
Treat your friends to a taste of your baking skills this holiday season with a recipe that yields delicious cookies and lasting friendships. Host a cookie exchange party. These festive swaps offer a time-saving way to share an assortment of baked-from-scratch treats.
Nov 23, 2007, 22:58
Sweeten the Holidays Naturally
From rich chocolate fudge to creamy caramels and sweet lollipops -- candy is always a crowd-pleaser. This season, serve up a few of your favorite confections, sweetened the natural way, using pure honey.
Nov 23, 2007, 22:54
Make Holiday Baking Extra Sweet This Season
The holiday season is a special time for family and friends to gather, and home-baked desserts have always had a place at the table. According to a Baker’s Joy Homemade Holiday survey, more than 75 percent of Americans are planning to bake more this year compared to years past.
Nov 23, 2007, 00:20
An American Tradition: Preparing for the Big Game
If there ever was a quintessential American holiday, it would have to be Super Bowl Sunday. While not on any official calendar, it is a time when people gather with friends and family, joined in a common experience.
Nov 21, 2007, 22:22
There's Always Room for Chocolate
It’s no surprise, chocolate cookies are usually the first to disappear from the holiday cookie tray. From a dense chocolate cookie to a creamy chocolate filling or a delicate chocolate drizzle -- adding chocolate nearly always guarantees a richly satisfying and delicious cookie, worthy of every bite.
Nov 20, 2007, 22:40
Discovering Grana Padano, Italian Cheese At Its Best
Grana Padano, the world's best-selling "Protected Designation of Origin" (P.D.O.) cheese, is versatile enough to be enjoyed on its own, with wine or fruit, or grated over pasta.
Nov 17, 2007, 01:50
Cook With Beer To Add A Splash Of Flavor
One of the main reasons beer makes such an ideal ingredient for cooking is because beer is actually food. Novices and five-star chefs alike get their creative juices flowing when adding beer to their dishes.
Nov 7, 2007, 22:26
A Plum Perfect Holiday Dressing
It happens every year, all across America. The holiday traditionalists square off with the innovators. On one side of the table, the former insist on time-honored family recipes. Meanwhile, the latter want something a little different, just this once. Sound familiar?
Nov 4, 2007, 17:06
Easy Holiday Desserts
Just because a dessert looks utterly elegant doesn't mean it has to take forever-or be difficult-to prepare. That's the genius behind celebrity chef's Nick Stellino's "Torta Con Fragole All'Aceto Balsamico," and those pressed for time around the holidays may be thanking him for years.
Nov 3, 2007, 22:34
Steps to a Healthy New You
At the beginning of every new year, many decide to turn over a new leaf when it comes to their general health. However, that renewed interest in bettering oneself doesn't often last long.
Nov 1, 2007, 00:18
Double Raspberry Cheesecake: A Favorite Fruit In A Favorite Dessert
Need to entertain but don't have the time to tackle a whole meal? Invite folks for dessert and coffee and wow them with an easy-on-you, awe-inspiring special. A cheesecake flavored with red raspberries.
Oct 30, 2007, 23:02
Tilapia, the New Fish in Town
The next time you visit a restaurant or grocery store, you’re likely to notice a new seafood addition. Tilapia, a broadly appealing, mild-tasting white fish, is rapidly gaining in popularity across the country. According to ACNielsen, Tilapia is the fastest-growing species in the frozen fish category.
Oct 22, 2007, 22:04
New Flour A "Best-Of-Both-Worlds" Ingredient
According to the current Food Guide Pyramid, Americans should consume at least three servings of whole grains each day. Contrary to this recommendation, however, Americans eat-on average-less than one serving of whole grain daily.
Oct 22, 2007, 22:02
Feast on the Flavors of the Season
Sure spring and summer get the credit for being the seasons of bountiful fresh produce. But don’t discount the plentiful harvest of pleasurable, fresh fare that accompanies autumn and the holiday season.
Oct 21, 2007, 12:48
Try a New Way to Cook Your Turkey This Holiday
Nearly 70 million turkeys are consumed throughout the country during the winter holiday season, estimates the National Turkey Federation. Given the leading role that turkey plays in holiday meals each year, home cooks are always looking for new ways to spice up their turkey preparation to impress their holiday guests, while still having time to enjoy family festivities.
Oct 21, 2007, 12:42
New Cocoa Varieties Answer Women's Cravings
When the need for a pick-me-up is brewing, most women turn to chocolate and caffeine. At least that's the finding of a recent survey.
Oct 21, 2007, 00:44
Brew a Successful Holiday Get-Together
Getting prepared for the holiday season can become an undertaking of epic proportions. From selecting the right gifts and decorations to planning and preparing the big family meal, there are many components that go into creating a holiday season you'll remember for years to come.
Oct 21, 2007, 00:36
All Seasons Sizzle With Delicious Meals From The Grill
A majority of Americans are going out to eat-out to their grill, that is-for delicious meals year-round. According to a national Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association (HPBA) poll, 82 percent of consumers agree that grilling outdoors should be unlimited and enjoyed all year long.
Oct 14, 2007, 14:08
Pairing Holiday Foods With Festive Beverages
Experts say you are no longer tied to serving the traditional recommendations for wine, beer or spirits. Instead, they say to simply go with what you like.
Oct 14, 2007, 14:04
Simply Sweet Holiday Dessert
When your house is filled with holiday guests, make entertaining easy as pie. Whip up a quick-start dessert to make celebrations more festive.
Oct 3, 2007, 23:08
Stocking Up For The Holidays
You can keep your cool during the holiday season with a trip down the frozen and refrigerated aisles of the grocery store. Shop early and stock up so you'll have delectable appetizers, delicious meals and mouthwatering desserts at your fingertips.
Sep 21, 2007, 22:30
Healthy Cobblers Offer Comfort
A cobbler is a traditional dish. In the United States, it's usually made as a dessert filled with fresh or canned fruit. They can also be served British style as a main course filled with meat and vegetables.
Sep 21, 2007, 22:16
Figs And Cheese Make An Inspiring Beginning And An Elegant Ending
Figs and cheese are one of life's most flavorful pleasures. Sweet, moist golden Calimyrna and black Mission California figs pair well with a wide variety of delectable cheeses, ranging from crumbly, sharp blue cheese to soft Brie and Camembert to firm cheddar.
Sep 21, 2007, 21:14
Online Recipe Calendar Inspires At-Home Chefs
It's easy for at-home chefs to get a taste of 16 of America's most delicious destinations and use special interactive tools through a new, online recipe calendar.
Sep 18, 2007, 21:30
Celebrate An American Favorite It's National Popcorn Poppin' Month
October is National Popcorn Poppin' Month, a time to honor America's favorite magical, munchable maize. You seldom need an excuse to grab a handful of these simple kernels of goodness, but a month-long celebration is reason enough to try new recipes.
Sep 18, 2007, 19:28
Minneapolis: Fine Dining And Much More
Deliciously diverse and always evolving, the Minneapolis dining scene packs a flavorful punch. From Hennepin Avenue to the Warehouse District, variety abounds, with sensational offerings that range from dramatic fare to wholesome creations straight from the farmer's markets. Not only have a number of A-list chefs set up shop in town, but there's also plenty of homegrown talent to satisfy the most adventurous epicures.
Sep 7, 2007, 20:32
Hold The Mayo! Avocados Make A Better Spread
Before you spread another spoonful of mayo onto your sandwich…think again. You can add all the buttery flavor and the richness you want by going for an avocado instead. They are packed with nutrients and are superspreadable
Sep 5, 2007, 18:36
Gear Up For Holiday Party Planning
Tired of the same holiday routine, and looking to get out of your rut? A new outlook this holiday season could begin with an entertainment intervention. Instead of spending your time shopping and being entertained, become the entertainer. You, too, can host a one-of-a-kind holiday party.
Aug 28, 2007, 20:46
Louisiana Alligator Elegance
Chef Tory McPhail of Commander's Palace in New Orleans layers Creole tradition with creativity as he explores cooking the American alligator. "Personally, I love it! If it's fresh and done right, it can be an amazing main ingredient."
Aug 18, 2007, 22:12
Going Bananas Over Baking
There are so many tasty pie recipes to make, it's easy to go "bananas" over baking. One of the all-time American favorites is made with the versatile banana.
Aug 18, 2007, 21:58
Dinner And Wine Clubs Are Bringing People Together
A growing number of people who enjoy good food and good wine--and learning about both--are forming dinner and wine clubs.
Aug 5, 2007, 23:24
8-Minute Breakfast For Kids
You don't have to let busy schedules stop your family from eating the most important meal of the day. Breakfast can still be an option with 8-Minute Breakfast Ideas for Kids.
Jul 27, 2007, 21:26
Top Tips For Bringing A Thrill To Your Grill
There's good news for those who want to add some sizzle to their cookouts this season. Whether you choose steak or burgers as the main feature, there are some simple ways to infuse extra flavor and ensure that your cookout is one of the hottest in town.
Jun 27, 2007, 12:46
Grilling With Summer Flavors
It's summer and the markets are bursting with colorful summer fruits and vegetables: everything from red bell peppers and crisp asparagus to hot jalapeño chilies and juicy pineapples. But there's nothing like the exotic, luscious flavor of mango to bring the sunny taste of the tropics direct to your tabletop. It's no wonder mangos are one of the world's most popular fruits.
Jun 16, 2007, 14:32
Preventing Food-borne Illness
Grilling season is upon us. Thousands of Americans will enjoy the juicy, tasty creations of backyard cooks this summer. Many of these weekend chefs will worry about overcooking or charring their food. But what is more important is for these cooks to know about the dangers of foodborne illness and learning how they can prevent it
Jun 2, 2007, 20:36
Easy Veggies Help Keep Weight Loss On Track
Bob Greene declares one of the goals of his best-selling book "The Best Life Diet" is to get dieters to eat more vegetables because, simply put, vegetables are one of the best foods to include as part of an overall healthy diet for weight loss and good health.
May 15, 2007, 22:34
Easy Steps To A Quick And Delicious Breakfast
Eating a healthful breakfast provides the energy boost adults and kids need to start the day and perform well at work and school. Fortunately, with a little bit of planning, enjoying a tasty morning meal can be a cinch.
May 11, 2007, 22:17
Cell Phone Users "Get The Message" With Lots More To Do Than Just Talk
Keeping in touch is all about choices, and here's an idea worth talking about: People with cell phones have a variety of ways to communicate with friends and family. Of course, they can dial but they can also send a photo, use IM or e-mail, tap out a text, or forward their favorite ringtone.
May 9, 2007, 22:32
Save Dollars This Summer With These Entertaining Tips
As warmer days beckon us outside, some folks just can't wait to host an outdoor summertime soiree. But it is tempting to overspend on decorations and accessories for a party. Adding a touch of uniqueness to your party while avoiding humdrum tiki torches and Japanese lanterns can quickly add up if you're not careful.
Apr 10, 2007, 20:50
The Secret of Authentic Mint Juleps Revealed
Nothing marks the full flowering of spring like the crown jewel of horseracing -- the nation’s longest-running sporting event -- held the first Saturday in May in Louisville, Ky. Along with race-watching parties and ladies in big hats, tradition calls for the perfect Mint Julep to entertain family and friends during “the most thrilling two minutes in sports.”
Mar 31, 2007, 00:41
Say Aloha this Graduation Day
The graduation season is a time of year when families from all over the country celebrate both the academic success and beginning of a loved one’s long journey. On the islands of Hawaii, this time of year is extremely significant for native families, with several traditions that play a significant role.
Mar 31, 2007, 00:29
Moms Score an A on Their Nutrition Report Card
When it comes to kids and nutrition, there are three burning issues on every mom’s mind -- keeping their kids active, feeding them nutritious meals that they like and making the most out of each day by finding smart shortcuts to get it all done.
Mar 30, 2007, 23:59
Holiday Cranberry Pumpkin Bread
One of the best things about the holidays for me is the aroma of baking. It makes everything feel so warm and wonderful. Here is a recipe that will spread a fragrance through your home and create a tasty addition to your holiday meal.
Nov 14, 2006, 23:10
Spirited Tips for Easy Holiday Entertaining
From sophisticated holiday soirees to casual gatherings, legendary nights require the right mix of fun, friends and spirits.
Nov 9, 2006, 22:10
Holiday Inspired Cranberry Margaritas
The perfect holiday pairing - colourful cranberry margaritas and warm brie with cranberries and walnuts. Use the rich tones of cranberry to inspire your red-hot holiday event.
Everything old is new again as bourbon makes its way on to guest lists across the province this holiday season. One of the best buys of the season is Rebel Yell bourbon, a smooth tasting spirit that many aficionados consider the archetype of bourbon character, with a price reminiscent of holidays past.
Nov 4, 2006, 11:23
Green Bean Casserole and Creamy Holiday Mashed Potatoes
Here are two classsic Holiday Dinner favorites for you to treat your family and guests to this Thanksgiving. Both are easy and delicious. Your dinner will be the talk of the town!
Nov 3, 2006, 18:59
Holiday Cranberry Pumpkin Bread
Delicious Cranberry Pumpkin Bread for your holiday table, or with your morning coffee is just the right thing for the cool weather. It makes the house smell so nice, and it tastes just great! This can even be a holiday gift idea for teachers or friends.
Nov 3, 2006, 18:42
Candied Yams For Your Holiday Table
Here is a great recipe for your holiday dinner table. Candied Yams are always a fall time favorite. This is an easy recipe for you to impress your guests with.
Nov 3, 2006, 18:35
Fancy Lattice Apple Pie For Your Thanksgiving Holiday Dinner
Did you always want an easy recipe for delicious home made apple pie? Well here it is, tastes great and looks wonder too. Why not suprise everyone with your culinary skills this years Thanksgiving Holiday dinner.
Nov 3, 2006, 18:22
Pumpkin and Pecan Muffins
Pumpkin and Pecan Muffins are perfect for the fall Holidays. These muffins are not only delicious, but they smell heavenly, and so will your kitchen. Your going to have a hard time trying to keep these around for company!
Oct 15, 2006, 15:05
Easy, Easy, Easy Pumpkin Pie
Here is a very easy and delicious recipe for a homemade pumpkin pie. You can actually make the pumpkin puree from scratch if you like, or you can buy the canned pumpkin at the store. There is also a whip cream and cream cheese pie topper recipe, and how to roast pumpkin seeds instructions.
Oct 15, 2006, 14:45
Roast Turkey with Chestnut Stuffing and Homemade Gravy
Roast Turkey with Chestnut Stuffing and Homemade Gravy
Here is a wonderful recipe for fresh chestnut stuffing for your holiday turkey. It is very easy to make, and delicious to eat. What a wonderful treat for your family.
Oct 11, 2006, 22:32
All Butter Apple Pie Crust
There are times when a frozen pie crust will just not do! One of those times is The Thanksgiving Meal! It is easy enough to make your own pie crust, and here is a recipe for you to use. Watch everyone when they take a bite into that pie!
Oct 1, 2006, 18:05
Hearty Beef Stew For Your Crock Pot
Here is a delicious hearty beef stew you can prepare ahead of time in your crock pot. As with any recipe, you can add spices and other ingredients that you enjoy. Serve this to your family with bread and a salad for the perfect hearty winter meal.
Sep 30, 2006, 21:44
Quick and Easy Pot Roast Recipe For Your Crock Pot
What better meal is there than a delicious pot roast with vegetables? It is quick and easy and smells wonderful! It is one of those belly warming meals made for a nice cool fall evening, or a cold winter one. It will make for a wonderful dinner to end a long day at school and work. A meal to enjoy while you all catch up on what each other did this day!
Sep 30, 2006, 20:49
Pork Chops and Rice Dinner For Your Crock Pot
Here is a crock pot recipe for rice and pork chops. It calls for mushroom soup, but I also like to use cream of celery to change the taste a little bit. It is a quick and easy meal to serve your family before or after their activities, and can be prepared ahead of time for convenience.
Sep 30, 2006, 20:43
Meat Loaf in a Crock Pot Recipe
I never knew you could cook meat loaf in a crock pot until I saw this recipe, and it is EASY! It is also delicious, served with a vegtable, and a salad it makes a complete meal for you and your busy family.
Sep 30, 2006, 20:37
Chicken Stew Recipe For Your Crock Pot
Another delicious chicken recipe using your crock pot. This time it's Chicken Stew, chock full of vegtables. You can serve it alone, or add a salad and rolls for a complete meal. Dinner time has never been so easy. Who was it that invented the Crock Pot? We owe him a world of thanks for making cooking home made meals this easy!
Sep 30, 2006, 20:32
Easy Crock Pot Chicken & Stuffing
Here is a quick and easy Chicken and Stuffing recipe for your crock pot. Just add the ingredients and go to work. When you come home your dinner will be ready and waiting for you.
Sep 30, 2006, 20:23
Chicken Cacciatore Recipe For Your Crock Pot
Chicken Cacciatore...can't you just smell the delicious aroma? Here is a quick and easy recipe for your crock pot. Just serve over pasta or rice, and sit down to a homecooked meal with your family.
Sep 30, 2006, 20:17
Teriyaki Beef and Broccoli Made in a Crock Pot
Here is a quick and easy recipe for delicious Teriyaki Beef and Broccoli...one of my favorites! I enjoy this over rice.
Sep 30, 2006, 19:52
Barbecue Beef Made in a Crock Pot
Here is a quick and easy recipe using beef and barbique sauce. You can serve it over rice, noodles or even on a roll like a sloppy joe, or make a few of your favorite side dishes and there you will have a quick and easy complete meal!
Sep 30, 2006, 19:10
Crock Pot Menus: Creamy Mushroom Pot Roast
Here is a delicious Pot Roast recipe that you can cook in your crock pot. Imagaine, a wonderful home made dinner waiting for you and your family when you get home from work, school or play. You can all sit down together and talk about your day, and enjoy family time, while eating a nice meal.
Sep 30, 2006, 18:36
Revealing the Healthy Secrets of Fruit
Summer has officially arrived and Americans are including more anti-oxidant rich food in their daily diets and taking it along on weekend trips. One source of anti-oxidant rich food is simple everyday fruit. Studies show eating fruit can assist in enjoying a healthy lifestyle.
Jun 18, 2006, 09:52
Mangos: Popular Worldwide, Available Around The Corner
Would you like an exotic, tropical vacation to a sun-drenched paradise but don't have the time or money? Take a mini-vacation in your own kitchen with the tropical taste of mango. Mangos are as common in Asia as apples are here and their unique taste is enjoyed worldwide. There's nothing like a mango's distinctive flavor. The flesh of a ripe mango is juicy and tastes like a peach with just a hint of vanilla. Try this fruit yourself and discover a tropical taste vacation.
May 23, 2006, 23:00