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Five Easy Ways to Organize Your Kitchen

 

Do you feel as though you and your family exist on far too many take-out meals? Not only are delivery pizzas and take-out Chinese or tacos tiring after a while, they make a significant dent in our pocketbooks. It's no wonder increasing numbers of families are relying more than ever on home-cooked meals. This is good news for our wallets, our waistlines, our health, our tastebuds...and our kitchens.


 

How to Read a Recipe

A carefully written recipe indicates that the recipe writer took time to make it coherent. While this is a positive indicator of the recipe’s strength, it’s never a guarantee. Know what to look for!


 

Soup and Stew Savvy
The difference between a soup and stew, it could be argued, is a little liquid. Soups are eaten with a spoon, while for most stews, you need a fork. Both are satisfyingly easy to make and enjoy. 

 

Spicing Up the Thanksgiving Menu

Most families have very definite ideas about the Thanksgiving meal. Other than the grand roasted turkey in the center of the table, they expect very specific side dishes and garnishes. When it comes to dessert, they are apt to cry foul if there's anything other than pumpkin or pecan pie. For the home cook, this can be tedious, year in and year out. As our culinary skills expand, we ache to try a few new dishes, particularly since this may be the one elaborate meal we cook all year!


 

How to Read a Recipe

A carefully written recipe indicates that the recipe writer took time to make it coherent. While this is a positive indicator of the recipe’s strength, it’s never a guarantee. Know what to look for!


 

Easy Family Suppers
American home cooks are sold on fast, easy recipes. Magazines, television programs, and Web sites (including FamilyTime!) dedicate a good amount of space and time to providing them. We want meals that take no time. Many of us seem to want to avoid sp

 

Spicing Up the Thanksgiving Menu

Most families have very definite ideas about the Thanksgiving meal. Other than the grand roasted turkey in the center of the table, they expect very specific side dishes and garnishes. When it comes to dessert, they are apt to cry foul if there's anything other than pumpkin or pecan pie. For the home cook, this can be tedious, year in and year out. As our culinary skills expand, we ache to try a few new dishes, particularly since this may be the one elaborate meal we cook all year!


 









 
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