Upgrade your cooking skills There's an app for that.

Upgrade your cooking skills There's an app for that.

I would love to see an app version of Paula Wolfert's masterful “Moroccan Cooking,” complete with video on making warka (the dough used in bistila), bouncing a ball of dough off the pan. Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words. Despite the …
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What's Cooking – Roast Suckling Pig with Cranberry Cherry Compote

Prepare piglet by washing, then patting dry the skin of piglet. Then thoroughly season cut side with fresh garlic, chopped fresh parsley and rosemary, Kosher salt and freshly cracked black pepper. Generously salt the skin side. Lay pig skin side up …
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Home Chef Taking Part in Bay Area Cooking Competition – Novato, CA Patch

This long time Rohnert Park resident who grew up in Novato is pretty well known for her love of cooking along with her ability to whip up amazing meals. She regularly puts her culinary skills to work for charity as she happily auctions off 'homemade …
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Kimberly Schlapman Cooking Show Renewed for Season 2

Litle Big Town's Kimberly Schlapman has been sharing with TV viewers one of the talents she has that extends far beyond her country-music career. And she's set to do even more of it during season two as the host of her GAC cooking show, “Kimberly's …
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In brief: Gluten-free cooking class available Local News The Tribune …

JOHNSTOWN — “Enjoying a Gluten-Free Holiday,” a gluten-free cooking class, will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Bottle Works Ethnic Arts Center, 411 Third Ave. in the Cambria City section of Johnstown. This cooking class, taught by Jackie Kopco …
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Chef Brown's bangers and mash recipe kare11.com

Chef Josh Brown from D'Amico joined KARE in studio Saturday morning to share his bangers and mash recipe. 12 ea bangers (we use Kramarczuk's sausages) …
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Rok Home Cooking System

Our ancestors cooked with fire and used hot stones to heat foods. The practice continues today among tribes around the world. Now you can enjoy this “primitive” method with a modern twist to make hot, delicious food at any time. The Rok Home Cooking …
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