Posts Tagged ‘recipes’

How to Make Spaghetti Sauce Less Acidic (The Italian Secret) – Make Your Sauce Taste Better and Easier To Digest

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Acid is a pretty important topic that we very rarely talk about. As much as I like to add a little bit of lemon juice to everything, it doesn’t always go over well. While my dishes taste wonderful, my guests who are prone to acid reflux would very much prefer that I lower the pH of my cooking.

How To Keep Fried Food Crispy – Prolonging The Life Of Your Wonderful Crunch

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I”m a big lover of all foods fried. Whether we’re talking donuts, chicken, or tempura, I’m always down to partake of food that’s fresh from the frier. When it comes to leftovers, however, I’m much less interested. After even just a few minutes, fried food can lose its crunch and become a disgusting, soggy mess.

Butternut Squash Ravioli with Maple Cream Sauce – Enjoy Delicious Autumn Pasta 

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I’ve always enjoyed gourds. While there are things about each season I enjoy, I think that squash is the single food I look forward to the most. Gourds come with great memories: for me, it’s pumpkin seeds in October, syrup laden squash with Thanksgiving dinner in November, with a smattering of local squash for dinner in December. I’ll often find myself wistfully longing to spend time with my family over a squash in mid-July.

Java rice recipe – 2 Stunning step by step recipes

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Java rice is a very popular dish among the Indonesians and Filipinos. In essence, it is an aromatic and savory rice dish that is highly noted for its rich flavors. It’s yellowish and buttery texture can pair extremely well with grilled or fried meat ,fish and even seafood dishes.

Besides its remarkably appetizing nature, java rice is highly acclaimed for the unparalleled ease it can be prepared and ultimately cooked.