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How to Cook Rice Perfectly Every Time

  How to Cook Rice Perfectly and Fluffy   If you've ever wondered how to cook rice and get if perfectly fluffy every time, wonder no more! With just a few simple tips, you'll be on your...

Vegetable Stock

  Vegetable Stock 2 lbs. approx. Carrots, cleaned and roughly chopped2 lbs. approx. Onion, peeled and roughly chopped1 stock of Celery roughly chopped2 Leeks, white part and light green only,...

Roasted Chicken Stock

  Roasted Chicken Stock Approx. 5 to 7 pounds Chicken parts, legs, carcass, thighs4 medium Onions chopped coarsely1 cup Tomato Puree½ cup Tomato Paste2 Leeks rinsed well to remove sand, cut...

Onion Bacon Jam

  Onion Bacon Jam 1 pound Thick Bacon cut into ¼ inch pieces2 large Onions minced small1 teaspoon of Red Chili Flakes or more if you like spicy½ teaspoon Salt½ teaspoon Black Pepper1 tablespoon...

Quick Beef Stock Recipe

  Quick Beef Stock 1 ½ oz. Extra Virgin Olive Oil3 ½ @ 32oz Unsalted Beef Flavor Store bought Stock, enough to cover ALL your vegetables Total ounces 112 ounces2 pounds approx. Onions – large...

Flaky and Buttery Pie Crust Recipe

Hello there friends! Today I am going to share with you my full proof “easy as pie” pie crust recipe that will replace all your previous recipes. No fuss and super easy to prepare every time!

Pesto Sauce

  Pesto Sauce 8 peeled garlic cloves3/4 cup Nuts: You can use Roasted Pine Nuts, Blanched Almonds or Macadamia Nuts. It's YOUR pesto, use whatever nuts you want!2 cups tightly-packed Fresh...

Beef Stock

  Beef Stock 4 to 5 pounds Beef and/or Veal bones (neck bones)2 pounds Beef and/or Veal trimmings (optional; not needed if bones are very meaty)6 medium Onions (skin left on, cut in chunks)2...

Homemade Chicken Stock Recipe

While store-bought chicken stock can be convenient, there’s nothing quite like homemade chicken stock. Chicken stock made from scratch has a richer flavor and more complex aroma than its store-bought counterpart.

How to Cook Jasmine Rice

Whether it’s served as a simple side or used as the base for a more complex recipe, jasmine rice is always a welcome addition to the table. And thankfully, it’s also very easy to cook

Garlic Aioli

  Garlic Aioli 4 cloves Garlic - peeled5 dashes Hot Sauce1 cup Mayonnaise Put garlic cloves through a garlic press or mince very fine, then whisk into mayonnaise along with hot sauce.  If...

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Homemade Mayonnaise

Homemade Mayonnaise

  Homemade Mayonnaise - You'll Never Buy It Again!   I am going to share with you the techniques I use in making a homemade mayonnaise, turning it into a delicious Garlic Aioli, then...

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Fresh Breadcrumbs

Fresh Breadcrumbs

  Fresh Breadcrumbs 1 White Mountain Bread (Publix) crust removed2 tablespoons chopped Sun-Dried Tomatoes1 tablespoon fresh Parsley½ cup freshly grated Reggiano Make the fresh Breadcrumbs by...

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Caramelized Onions

Caramelized Onions

  Caramelized Onions 4 very large Onions2 tablespoons Sweet Butter1 tablespoon Butter Infused Olive Oil if you have some otherwise Extra Virgin Olive Oil if fine½ cup Light Brown or Regular...

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Essential Recipes Every Cook Should Know

There are recipes every good cook should know. These are the basics you can use in many of your day to day dishes.

You don’t need to be a master chef to know how to make a delicious Flaky and Buttery Pie Crust or even your own Homemade Mayonnaise.

And with a little practice, you can even make your own delicious Pesto, or Stocks and Sauces. So don’t be intimidated by the thought of learning basics recipes.

With these essential recipes in your repertoire, you’ll be whipping up amazing dishes in no time!

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