Monthly Archives: December 2013

Prime Ribs of Beef

In the restaurant field, the Prime Rib Roast that is prepared usually weighs about twenty-five pounds and has seven bones. This is too large and too costly for the average size family who really only needs about a seven pound … Continue reading

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A Moist Turkey

Whenever I serve a turkey meal to holiday guests, they always complement me on how nice and moist the white meat is to eat.  This leaves me to believe that they have had dry tasting turkey meals on other occasions. … Continue reading

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Parsley – More than a Garnish!

Parsley has either a flat or curly leaves. It is a delicate herb that is widely used in the restaurant field for garnishing or flavoring of food. Its bright green color adds contrast to white fish, potatoes, and many light … Continue reading

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Canned Foods

For almost forty years, my husband and I enjoyed going camping with our family. For the first twenty years, we enjoyed our twenty-five foot cabin cruiser and the last twenty years our motor home. Both of these camping vehicles had … Continue reading

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