"Cooking" Blogs & Blog Posts

Simple CookerySimple Cookery

Simple Cookery is a blog dedicated to the love of cooking easy, healthy &am...

 
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!

 
Seared Food BlogSeared Food Blog

The hottest food blog on the tubes. Recipes, celebrity chefs, restaurant re...

 
Powell River Books BlogPowell River Books Blog

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

 
All Things AlissaAll Things Alissa

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

 
teczcape - an escape to foodteczcape - an escape to food

food. cuisine. recipes. cooking.

 


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Chicken nuggets are just plain fun to consume, but some people (mostly vegetarians) miss out on this dippable delicacy because of all the pesky animal protein. These chickenless nuggets—which are made with texturized vegetable protein and chickpeas...

Very quickly. Before it, and you, freeze. On Cyprien Verseux's Twitter account, wonderful snapshots of fun with food on the bleak, frozen ice sheets of Antarctica. Cyprien Verseux is an astrobiologist, and currently the head of Concordia station in...

If you are a maker of pastry you probably have, at one point of another, lovingly brushed some buttery dough with a beaten egg, or some portion of an egg, never stopping to wonder why. (Or maybe you did wonder why. I’m not in your brain box.)Read m...

As a person who keeps three pounds of butter on hand at all times, I’m constantly cycling sticks of the stuff between my freezer, fridge, and butter dish. Recently, though, I found myself in an unthinkable predicament: I was out of butter. I dug ar...

We’re just barely into October, so now’s a good time to start freaking the freak out about Thanksgiving. (If you’re Canadian, I know it’s much sooner, and I’m sorry, I can’t help you.) Taking full advantage of everyone’s Turkey Day anxi...

Savory cocktails are having a moment, but the fancy concoctions you see in magazines always seem to involve three custom infusions and a hand-crafted garnish. If that’s not quite your style, check your fridge—you might already have what you need...

A few years ago, the “Mississippi roast” became popular. Being both from Mississippi and a big fan of pot roast, I was intrigued, because I wasn’t aware that we—as a state—had an official roast. I asked my mother, my father, my roast-making...