Cooking Recipes Archives

Easy Tricks for Finding Recipes

So, what is for dinner? Do you know? Sometimes it’s fun to shake things up a bit. If you find yourself cooking the same things all the time, it could be that you need try something new, you just don’t realize it.

You can look for ways to inspire yourself when you feel that cooking is a Chore, or a bore.  There are so many wonderful meal-planning sites, such as Blue Apron – which gives you Meal ideas, yes, but also delivers the fresh ingredients to your door; you then prepare the meal (about 35 min. on average), with Blue Apron’s recipe card instructions. 


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Meat Book

My favorite cookbook is “The Complete Meat Cookbook”..
Here are my reasons:

1. It contains not only delectable recipes, but also colorful cooking stories
2. The recipes are delicious – I have tried half a dozen ..such as carnitas and pork arista — mmm good
3. Focus on dry rubs and marinades is extensive
4. It has many facets; it covers broiling, stir-frying, pan-broiling, sauteing, panfrying, grilling, barbecuing, oven roasting, braising and stewing, wet basting, poaching, steaming, and pressure cooking.

Written by Bruce Aidells, who is an excellent chef it may be found here –> The Complete Meat Cookbook

Note: This author and chef has a second book called “The Complete Book of Pork” –> The Complete Book of Pork, a guide on buying, storing and cooking Pork.

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