Braising in a Dutch Oven

If you’re wondering whether to make a meaty meal from simple cooking techniques, you might want to consider braising. The age-old method combines all the convenience of using

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Dutch Oven — Cooking to History

Why “Dutch” oven instead of a multitude of other country choices? There may be as many as three different cooking devices all sharing that particular name. However, the

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Making Omelettes: American, French & Japanese

The name omelet hit the west somewhere around 500 years ago in France. The dish however has likely been around as long as humans have been scavenging eggs,

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Organic Brown Rice

There used to be a time when people mentioned organic brown rice, they would get the impression of someone who also shops for vitamins. As times have changed,

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Muffins 101 – Types of Muffins to Baking Basics w/ Recipes

Do you know the muffin man? Don’t bother in this case, he’s on the wrong side of the story. Classically, he’s seen as walking the streets of London

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No Knead Milk Bread

This is an extremely easy yeast bread that gives fun results to enjoy with a meal, or toasted the next day. It is true no kneading needed, however,

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Beer bread

This is a heavy dark peasant bread, sort of a mock rye bread. You could push it closer to rye if you want to add caraway seeds to

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Whole Wheat Pullman Loaf

Pullman pans are just fun to use, and they make for a pretty impressive loaf when you bring one to the table. The pan is nearly twice as

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Focaccia Bread

Focaccia is probably the most forgiving bread to make, and therefore great starting point if you are new to yeast baking. The texture will be slightly coarse by

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Finnish Sweet Bread

The wonderful aroma of this bread being toasted carries a wealth of memories of Christmas. As a young teenager learning from Mummu (a Finnish term of endearment for

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