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Recipe: 10 Ideas to Flavor your Oatmeal

Oatmeal is probably the most popular hot breakfast cereal in the country, but many people buy prepackaged, pre-flavored instant packets.  All that extra processing and packaging adds to the cost but subtracts from the nutritional value. If you currently purchase the pre-flavored oatmeal packets, then you should  consider this: in only one or two simple […]

Recipe: Ideas for Thanksgiving Leftovers

It’s almost been a week and you still have Thanksgiving leftovers? Here are a few recipe suggestions for creative ways to use the last of your bounty. Cranberry Relish/Sauce: If the sauce is fresh (with uncooked cranberries) Add it to sangria or spiced wine Add it to yogurt with a little brown sugar or maple […]

Recipe: Homemade Personal Pizzas

When I was a kid, Sunday night was TV and pizza night.  I wasn’t allowed to watch much TV, so it was a treat, as was the ½ pepperoni and mushroom and ½ plain pizza.  Of course, there was also a salad and Yoo-Hoo.  Though it’s been years since I had Yoo-Hoo, I still love […]

Recipe: Homemade Roasted Red Peppers (no open flame needed)

In a city where oven/stove combos often can’t accommodate a 9” x13” pan and saying “I have limited counter space” is often a gross understatement, roasting red peppers over an open flame is almost laughable.  But don’t fret, it can still be done!  You might be scoffing but this is one ingredient that is absolutely […]

Seasoning and Spice and Everything Nice

As promised, here’s a useful guide to seasoning stuff -   poultry, meat, fish, grains, or vegetables! Directions: Rub the flavoring on the meat (under and over the skin for poultry).  In addition to the ingredients listed below, always add salt and pepper! 40 Cloves of Garlic: Pretty self explanatory.  Use about 2 tbsp of olive oil […]

How to Make an Indoor Smoker

People are amazed that I smoke foods in my tiny Brooklyn apartment.  Yes, it definitely smells like smoke afterwards.  However, if I do it on a warm evening and leave my windows ajar overnight, the smell is gone by the time I wake up (mostly).  But who cares?! It’s so delicious, let’s smoke something! Making […]

Mother’s Day Brunch Menu and Tips

Mother’s Day is one of the few days of the year when mom shouldn’t have to cook or clean!  Going out for mothers day brunch is nice, but if you’re scrambling for last minute ideas, staying in and cooking her bunch is a great way to spend time without spending too much money. I’m cooking […]

Recipes: The Pouch Principle

I’m a big Food Network fan, particularly of Good Eats, Alton Brown’s show in which he discusses basic nutrition science principles and gives good recipes.  One of my favorite shows was called ‘The Pouch Principle’.  This article is pretty much a rip off the show (with a couple things added).  This guide is is fantastic […]