The Culinary Hall of Fame

September 14, 2012
The Culinary Hall of Fame

  New Web Site “Honoring All Things Culinary” My friend, Chef David Nelson, just announced the opening of their new web site, Culinary Hall of Fame to showcase culinary web sites, products, services and skills. As a visitor, you will be able to express your opinion daily by voting and writing comments for your favorite […]

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Turkey Gravy Recipe

September 14, 2012 1 Comment
Turkey Gravy Recipe

Turkey Gravy in a Hurry Need a fast but delicious turkey gravy recipe…. Who says you have to roast a turkey to have turkey gravy? Maybe you just want some turkey gravy for leftovers or for turkey open faced sandwiches. Here’s a recipe that that’s quick and easy and should do the job. Now if […]

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Valentines Day Great Gifts Ideas

September 14, 2012
Valentines Day Great Gifts Ideas

Dan’s Chocolates – If you are looking for a great selection of chocolates in interesting array gift boxes, check out these guys. Right now they are offering 2-Day Air Only for $4.99 and 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. What’s really cool and I plan to try is a Personalized Box of Chocolates with my girls photo on […]

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Individual Pizza

September 14, 2012 0 Comments
Individual Pizza

Uncle Walt’s Pizza This recipe comes to me from my Uncle Walt who is no longer with us but his memory is.  I’ve always known my Uncle for his ability to use his hands. He has that natural ability to build or fix everything and anything. When I heard from my dad that he had […]

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Winter Squash Varieties

September 14, 2012 0 Comments
Winter Squash Varieties

Talk about an early American health food Squash was introduced to the colonists by our native Indians when they first arrived in America. In fact, there is evidence that squash was eaten in South America more than 2,000 years ago. The English name for squash comes from the Narragansett Indian word askutasquash, which means green-raw-unripe, […]

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Zucchini Bread Recipe Poem

September 14, 2012 0 Comments
Zucchini Bread Recipe Poem

A Cowboy’s Point of View Some of you may remember Fred Engel’s COWBOY POINT OF VIEW for making Baked Potatoes and Pinto Beans Over the Fire. Well Fred has blessed us with another of his fine recipe poems, this time for Zucchini Bread. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do. If you are interested in […]

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Zucchini Bread

September 14, 2012 1 Comment
Zucchini Bread

  Fred Engel’s Zucchini Bread Recipe Without the Rhyme Many of you who have checked out Fred Engel’s Cowboy Point of view for making Zucchini Bread have asked for a simple recipe without the prose. Here it is. Enjoy. PrintZucchini Bread Prep Time: 15 minutesCook Time: 1 hour, 30 minutesTotal Time: 1 hour, 45 minutes Yield: […]

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Pan Seared Duck Breast Recipe

September 14, 2012 4 Comments
Pan Seared Duck Breast Recipe

Pan Seared Duck Breasts with Wild Mushroom Sauce While visiting my best man in McCall, Idaho, we dined on wild duck breasts that were the best I’ve ever had. It may have been a combination of the atmosphere, the reunion, and the wine, but it certainly was a memorable night. This is a quick and […]

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Sources for Cooking Tools

September 14, 2012 0 Comments
Sources for Cooking Tools

Looking For the Right Tool for the Right Cooking Task? You don’t necessarily have to buy the most expensive, but you definitely want to buy quality. Below are some of the tools I use in my kitchen. Just click on the link to learn more about what it is, what it does, what to consider […]

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Meat Doneness Chart

September 14, 2012 48 Comments
Meat Doneness Chart

Do You Know When Your Meat Is Medium-Rare? It is essential you know the internal temperatures of the foods you are cooking. Trying to cook based on times given in a recipe is a mistake that I make all the time. There are so many variables that go into cooking times that it is impossible […]

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