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Pro Chefs Share The Most Common Mistakes That We, Amateurs, Make (30 Pics)

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Pro Chefs Share The Most Common Mistakes That We, Amateurs, Make (30 Pics)

Eating is loads of fun, but in order to do that, you’ve got to get off the couch and cook (let’s pretend that ordering pizza isn’t an option). The good news is that cooking can be incredibly enjoyable and it will put your creativity and dexterity to the test. The bad news is, watching Gordon Ramsay shout at amateur cooks for the 100th time on YouTube won’t make you a brilliant chef if you don’t hone your skills like a cuisine samurai. Luckily, the internet is full of helpful professionals. These cooks are sharing some of their wisdom with amateurs...

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5-Ingredient Maple Dijon Salmon

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5-Ingredient Maple Dijon Salmon

Maple Mustard Salmon is a healthy dinner recipe, made with 5 ingredients and in only 15 minutes! You’ll love this delicious, easy, one-pan baked salmon. It’s gluten-free and low carb.   If you know me, you know my love for salmon! Not only is it delicious, but it’s such a pretty shade of pink! Well, technically the color is SALMON. So, I guess they call it that for a reason. Haha. Anyway, because it’s healthy (full of Omega 3 fats) and really quick and easy to cook, I make it often. When it’s warm outside, I grill it to use...

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Easy Chicken Recipe: Alex’s Famous Schnitzel

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Easy Chicken Recipe: Alex’s Famous Schnitzel

How on earth did I find a man who makes homemade chicken fingers on the reg…AKA the way to my heart?! I’d like to thank my future mother-in-law for teaching this man about the finer things in life. If you’re a meat eater and a fan of chicken, this is an easy, budget-friendly recipe that’s fun for the whole family. It’s often served in Israel and Vienna, so just pretend you’re journeying through a faraway land as you dine. You’ll need a food processor to grind up the bread, and while I’d never recommend store-bought breadcrumbs, you’d essentially avoid the...

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photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: about those integrated appliances in the mountain house kitchen

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photo by sara ligorria-tramp | from: about those integrated appliances in the mountain house kitchen

Time and time again I have felt the twinge of disappointment when reaching for the open bag of lettuce, that I swear I bought only two days ago, to find it in a gooey state. TMI? Sorry. This past year I decided enough is enough and made it my goal to research how to store produce the right way. Thanks to our good friend the internet, I now know some really great tips and tricks to keep produce alive and well ’til it goes down my mouth hole. Now, most of you probably know your stuff and could teach me...

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I get so excited when Summer gives up her fight and the falling leaves and cool air begin to usher in Fall

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I get so excited when Summer gives up her fight and the falling leaves and cool air begin to usher in Fall

I love seeing all the squashes and apples start to spring up in vibrat colors in my local market. So, I created this Fall inspried roasted salad to incorporate my love of Fall with butternut squash, sweet potatoes, carrots and shrimp. This veggie and shrimp salad recipe is warming and packed with protien, it even smells like Fall as you cook this one up! Fall Roasted Veggie and Shrimp Salad Ingredients: 1 large butternut squash 2 organic white sweet potatoes 2 organic jewel sweet potatoes 1 12 oz. bag of rainbow baby carrots 1 2lb bag of wild shrimp peeled...

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