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Cooking with Kelly

Who doesn’t love a Reuben sandwich, taking that bite into the corned beef, with just enough sour from the sauerkraut, while the thousand island dressing oozes down your fingers. Well I have taken this sandwich, and with a twist of…
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How-to Guide for Soul Food

INGREDIENTS TO BUY: Chicken Bouillon Chicken Parts (your choice of pieces) Celery Onions Bell Pepper Garlic Buutter/Margarine Seasoning Salt Black Pepper 1 or 2 cans of biscuits Flour 1 or 2 cans cream of chicken soup Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning…
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How to Cook Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed peppers are a great looking and excellent tasting dish that can be served as a main course and does not require many side dishes since it already has both meat and vegetables in it. You will need large or…
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How to Cook Steel Cut Oats in a Rice Cooker

As a second generation Chinese American, I grew up with a rice cooker in our house since the day I was born. In fact, I think the first kitchen appliance I ever bought was a rice cooker. Until recently, however,…
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6 Appetizer Food Swap Party Planning Tips for Hosts

Food swap parties are loads of fun and offer great benefit for all party guests in attendance–if the host does his or her job. The premise of a food swap is ultra cool-guest invitees bring along a favorite themed dish…
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Top Chef Tips for Home Cooks

Top Chef is a contest between professional cooks. However, many of the basic techniques and guidelines the Top Chef competitors need to follow can apply to home cooks. Keep it Simple Every time Jeff faced the Top Chef judges in…