Monthly Archives: August 2013

The Controversial Garlic

Raw or cooked, garlic can and will add flavor to a dish. It is a controversial food as some people don’t like the garlicky breath that sometimes comes from eating it. It is the strongest and most pungent member of … Continue reading

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Salad Greens

There are many green leaves that you can use in a salad to give it a variety of tastes, shapes and colors. When purchasing these greens make sure they look fresh.  All greens should be washed before using and shaken … Continue reading

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Pork Ribs

Barbecued ribs are delicious all year long, from football tailgating parties to summer backyard gatherings. They can be the family style ribs from the loin section of the hog, which has the most meat and are the largest or the … Continue reading

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Ginger – A Popular Spice

Ginger is one spice that has been popular for hundreds of years. It is available all year long and it can be found in the produce section of a market in its whole form, which is fresh rhizome ginger. This … Continue reading

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