Cooking with Karli: Easter brunch from start to finish - fox4kc.com)

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Cooking with Karli: Easter brunch from start to finish
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Transfer the pork to a baking rack on a sheet pan, and finish cooking in the oven until cooked to an internal temperature of 135 degrees F on an instant-read thermometer, about 25 minutes. Remove from the oven, and let rest for 20 minutes, tented ...

COOKING ON DEADLINE: Salmon with Polenta, Tomato Vinaigrette - Twin Falls Times-News)

Twin Falls Times-News
COOKING ON DEADLINE: Salmon with Polenta, Tomato Vinaigrette
Twin Falls Times-News
When I want my filets of fish to look perfect, I like to start them in a hot pan and then transfer them to the oven to finish cooking, rather than flipping them in the pan. That way, they stay intact and beautiful. If you decide to use salmon with the ...

Cooking with Kyle: 2-minute coffee cake - kfor.com)

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Cooking with Kyle: 2-minute coffee cake
kfor.com
Place mug in microwave oven and cook on high power for 50 seconds- 1 minute. (Cook times may vary depending on wattage of microwave. I suggest cooking for 50 seconds, then in 10 second intervals until a toothpick inserted into center of mug comes out ...

Cooking With Your Senses - New York Times)

New York Times
Cooking With Your Senses
New York Times
Cooking is about so much more than recipes. Two considerations of that fact appear in The Times this week. The first comes from Gabrielle Hamilton, a columnist for our magazine, a chef and the owner of Prune, in the East Village, who delivered an ...

Cooking With Your Senses - New York Times)

New York Times
Cooking With Your Senses
New York Times
Cooking is about so much more than recipes. Two considerations of that fact appear in The Times this week. The first comes from Gabrielle Hamilton, a columnist for our magazine, a chef and the owner of Prune, in the East Village, who delivered an ...

Cooking With Your Senses - New York Times)

New York Times
Cooking With Your Senses
New York Times
Cooking is about so much more than recipes. Two considerations of that fact appear in The Times this week. The first comes from Gabrielle Hamilton, a columnist for our magazine, a chef and the owner of Prune, in the East Village, who delivered an ...

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About.com: Turkey Cooking Time
About.com: Turkey Cooking Time (familyinternet.about.com)
Table that shows the approximate times of how long it takes to cook a turkey.

Category: Meat / Turkey
Location: United States - New York, NY
National Center for Home Food Preservation, The: Curing and Smoking Turkey
National Center for Home Food Preservation, The: Curing and Smoking Turkey (uga.edu)
Recipe and instructions for making smoked turkey for the holidays. Includes tips on making brine to cure the turkey, and the correct temperature and cooking times for the smoker.

Category: Meat / Turkey
Location: United States
FT Bletsas - Cooking Economy
FT Bletsas - Cooking Economy (cookingEconomy.com)
cooking Economy is a new food philosophy that helps you eat smart and save cash. Will learn what is the true economic food and you will figure out that it is simple to save money if you shop, cook and eat more wisely. Eating smart is essential during tough economic times. When you have lots of money to spend there a.

Category: Recipe Collections / Personal Pages
Location: United States - New York
Cooking Safely in the Microwave Oven Fact Sheet (fsis.usda.gov)
cooking safely in a microwave oven fact sheet.

Category: For Children / Baby Food
About.com: Brining Turkey
About.com: Brining Turkey (bbq.about.com)
Article details the necessity of brining for all poultry cooking for added moisture and flavor. Included tips on properly brining a turkey.

Category: Condiments and Sauces
Location: United States - New York, NY
Almond Cocoa (culinarycafe.com)
Just a few drops of extract adds special flavor to an old favorite. From Culinary Café.

Category: Beverages / Chocolate
Location: United States - Syracuse - Indiana
Medieval Times
Medieval Times (medievaltimes.com)
North American chain.

Category: Recipe Collections
Location: United States - Cambridge, MA
Home Cooking Magazine
Home Cooking Magazine (homecookingmagazine.com)
E-zine devoted to home cooking. Features recipes and how-to articles.

Category: News and Media
Location: India
Crab Cheese Balls (wave3.com)
Made with imitation crabmeat, cream cheese, green onions, and powdered sugar.

Category: Cheese
Location: United States
Jell-O Frozen Freedom Pops
Jell-O Frozen Freedom Pops (allrecipes.com)
Directions:
Add 2/3 cup boiling water to each flavor gelatin mix in separate small bowls, stir 2 min. Until completely dissolved. Pour each flavor gelatin into separate 8x4-inch loaf pan sprayed with cooking spray. Refrigerate 1 hour or until firm. Unmold gelatins, cut into 1/2-inch cubes. Beat pudding mix and.

Category: Jams, Jellies, and Preserves / Jell-O
Location: United States - Des Moines - Iowa
Lentil & Macaroni Soup
Lentil & Macaroni Soup (recipesource.com)
Contains only a few ingredients. From N.Y. times Cookbook.

Category: Soups and Stews
Location: United States
Turnip Greens With Bacon
Turnip Greens With Bacon (southernfood.about.com)
Preparation:
If turnip greens aren't washed and cut, wash at least 3 times in cold water. Cut out large stems and chop. Cook bacon in a large saucepan or dutch oven over medium heat until it begins to brown, add onions and continue cooking, stirring, until onions are softened. Add the garlic, pepper, and red.

Category: Fruits and Vegetables / Turnips
Location: United States - New York
Best Dressed Meals
Best Dressed Meals (bestdressedmeals.com)
Explore exotic meals and discover gourmet cooking tips.

Category: World Cuisines
Location: United States - San Jose, CA
Parmesan Coated Swordfish (bcneuman.com)
The swordfish in this recipe is coated in parmesan bread crumbs and spices then seared to lock in the flavor and to keep it from drying out. It is then baked for final cooking.

Category: Fish and Seafood
Location: United States - Philadelphia, PA
Ginger Beer from RecipeSource
Ginger Beer from RecipeSource (recipesource.com)
From the New Orleans times-Picayune, August 1980.

Category: Beverages / Soft Drinks