"Cooking" Blogs & Blog Posts

All Things AlissaAll Things Alissa

This is a family blog where I do my best to discover happiness and beauty i...

 
Food SensationsFood Sensations

I'm no chef and certainly not a professional cook, but I bake and cook...

 
The Dinner FilesThe Dinner Files

Recipe-driven observations from the sublime to the ridiculous

 
teczcape - an escape to foodteczcape - an escape to food

food. cuisine. recipes. cooking.

 
100 Miles100 Miles

An exploration of sustaining life by going no further than 100 miles away t...

 
The Headless CookThe Headless Cook

Cooking from scratch, exploring new recipes, and enjoying the kitchen!

 
Kaye's PlaceKaye's Place

Great food blog that is awesome for beginners- resipes are simple & eas...

 


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A waffle iron can already help you create some tasty homemade pizza pockets with crescent roll dough, but now you can upgrade your existing leftovers too. In just a few steps, you can turn leftover slices of cold pizza into tasty mini-calzones.Read...

I fed my sourdough starter and ended up with too much to put back in the plastic jar I keep in the refrigerator. I hate to waste, so I decided to make some dinner rolls.I found a recipe in Sunset Cook Book of Breads (Sunset Publishing, 1994), a cookb...

Fondue pots are one of those things everyone gets as a wedding gift, and most people use once a year—not exactly the best use of space and money. A pressure cooker will melt cheese or chocolate to the right consistency much faster.Read more...

Roasting a chicken is the last threshold to full coming of age. Before you have done it, you are a fledgling. After, you are an elder.Read more...

Pity the poor East Coast rat racer. Look at him, pouring out of the subway with his sooty, bedraggled kin, lurching through ill-lit corridors, past dripping pipes and glaring widows just missing him with the splash of their chamberpots. There he is,...

Have you ever gone to scoop some brown sugar just to find that it's super lumpy or hard as a rock? You can keep that from happening with just a slice of bread.Read more...

When it comes to cooking, fresh herbs will almost always provide better flavor for your dish, but dried herbs are cheaper and more convenient. These are the dried herbs you can get by substituting for fresh herbs, as well as the herbs you should only...