Cooking Food Every Day
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Cooking Food Every Day

After I began working from home, I realized that I had the special opportunity to be able to cook at home every day. While most people were working until later in the afternoon, I had time to go to the grocery store, get what I needed, and make a lovely dinner for my family to enjoy. In addition to helping my kids to enjoy better health, I was also able to hone my cooking skills, which was really fun. Now I can honestly say that I love cooking and preparing food, and I wanted to make a blog that centered around my new passion. Check out this website for great tips on cooking and enjoying foods each and every day.


Cooking Food Every Day

  • Breakfast Bowls—A Buffet Display For Your Catered Event

    22 September 2022

    Breakfast bowls often feature a mix of custom food items that are nutrient-rich and complementary to one another. A catered meal can involve displaying breakfast bowl foods along a buffet table. The use of some warming and cooling stations, a charcuterie rack, and a multi-tiered platter will neatly display foods and keep them fresh. The Featured Item Choose one main food item to feature at your catered event. Eggs, pancakes, sausage, or hash browns can serve as the main ingredient so your guests will be able to build their breakfast bowls.

  • Coffee Grounds Make Fantastic Meat Rubs

    25 April 2022

    When people think of coffee-based food recipes, the first things that spring to mind are often desserts like tiramisu and coffee cake. However, coffee also makes a spectacular meat rub thanks to the nature of its grounds. After brewing, the coffee grounds form a cake-like amalgam that instantly adheres to anything it touches. This quality makes the grounds a pain to clean up when they're accidentally spilled on the floor. It also makes them a perfect, semi-wet rub base for beef, pork, chicken, and even lamb.

  • What Meats Will You Find At A Barbecue Restaurant?

    29 November 2021

    Barbecue restaurants offer a wide variety of foods, from meats to expertly-crafted side orders. However, at the end of the day, it is the meat that reigns supreme. Barbecue restaurants obviously don't all have the same exact menu, but most of the ones you find scattered across the US will sell the following meats: Beef brisket Beef brisket is a tough cut of meat. Barbecue restaurants will typically slow cook it all day to get it tender and juicy.

  • 3 Edible Bowl Options for New England Clam Chowder

    27 January 2021

    There's nothing wrong with serving clam chowder in a traditional bowl, but you can really enhance the meal with the use of an edible bowl. Edible bowls create unique ways to serve clam chowder and you can create inventive dinner options for the whole family when cooking up premade New England clam chowder. Learn about three edible bowl options to choose from and how each one changes the soup eating experience.

  • Gas Barbecue Troubleshooting Tips For Newbies

    27 January 2021

    Switching to a gas barbecue can really add convenience to your cooking routine. It's nice not to have to wait for coals to burn down — and you don't have to clean them up when you're done, either! However, as you adapt to using your gas barbecue, there may be a few challenges and issues that come up. The following troubleshooting tips should help you get through them. Problem: Your food is not getting crispy.