"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...

 
and then I do the dishesand then I do the dishes

A blog about food kept up by a full-time mom of three, with one too many ho...

 
The Headless CookThe Headless Cook

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

 
The Sweet SpotThe Sweet Spot

Food blog with lots of cakes, desserts, ice cream, cookies and Chinese food...

 
teczcape - an escape to foodteczcape - an escape to food

food. cuisine. recipes. cooking.

 
Soo How?Soo How?

Ever got stucked in your life with something you do not know how to do? Vis...

 
Powell River Books BlogPowell River Books Blog

The Powell River Books Blog features posts about off-the-grid living in a f...

 


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Kitchen scales not only improve your meals' consistency, they can make cleanup much easier as well . If you still don't own one, this attractive stainless steel model from Ozeri can be yours for just $12 today.Read more...

On Monday I shared how I put together inexpensive mobile meal kits for trips that don't involve cooking.But when we go camping with our quads on the barge, it's more fun to take meals that require some cooking.In addition to a mobile meal kit, I put...

Filed under: Saving AlamyA trip to the store can turn into a long price-comparing excursion. Use shopping apps to quickly find the best deals, or order from Amazon Prime instead. By Karen Cordaway Many times saving money equates to trading time. If...

You have a lot of options for cooking oils. Some are better at certain temperatures, others are best with certain types of food. The folks over at MyFitnessPal have created a chart that helps you pick which oils are best for what kind of cooking you...

When you think about making fried chicken, you probably imagine using a deep fryer or Dutch oven to submerge the chicken pieces in hot oil. A better method, which uses less oil, is to use a large cast iron skillet for frying instead.Read more...

There are many ways to squeeze the juices from fruits, but the structure of limes are a little different than lemons and other citrus fruits. This easy method gives new meaning to "a twist of lime."Read more...

James Brown hawks Nissin Miso Soup in a TV kitchen that BB pal Jim Leftwich noticed is a close reproduction of Graham Kerr's The Galloping Gourmet set from the 1970s!