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 What seasoning do you use most in cooking?

Answer Salt, pepper, garlic and onions aside, probably (in order of most use) oregano, basil, cinnamon, ginger, Cajun seasoning, lemon pepper. We get our herbs fresh from an organic local grower and the f... Read More »
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What dish do you miss most from your mother's cooking?

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What is the most unorthodox method for cooking a turkey - that ACTUALLY works?

My sister does this thing where she debones a turkey, a duckling and a spatchcock (baby chicken). Then she makes a forced meat stuffing, a cous cous stuffing and a rice based stuffing. She places t... Read More »
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Most Prestigious Cooking Schools?

Culinary schools might not be the most common type of colleges in the United States, but there are still plenty that have excellent reputations. When it comes to the absolute best, however, there a... Read More »
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What is the difference between cooking methods and cooking processes?

A cooking method is the method that you actually cook or not cook the food or meal. For example:freeze (as in desserts)cure, preserve, roast, grill, saute, boil, steam, brine, pickle, dry (or dehyd... Read More »
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