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Category Archives: In the Kitchen
Lemonade is a popular summer time beverage. Though originally made with lemons, sugar and water, today most folks use a powdered lemonade mix to quickly make a pitcher of sweet lemony goodness. Unfortunately, many of today’s mixes contain loads of … Continue reading
Red cupcakes for Valentine’s day, green cookies for St. Patrick’s and lovely pastels for Easter: Coloring baked goods to suit your fancy is a fun way to express yourself in the kitchen. But the artificial dyes used to do this are generally chemicals that … Continue reading
Avocados are the yummy, creamy fruit from an avocado tree. They are picked when mature, but unripe, and then ripen over a few days at room temperature. They can be rather expensive: up to $2 each, unless you live in … Continue reading
Cast Iron Cookware is an old school version of the pot and pans that are found in every kitchen. Cast iron is very heavy duty, has excellent heat retention properties, and with a little loving care can be the only … Continue reading
Microwave popcorn is a quick, easy and tasty treat. Unfortunately the commercially available products may include unhealthy oils, and toxic artificial flavorings. The bags are also coated on the inside with perfuorooctanoic acid, a known carcinogen. Is it possible to use a … Continue reading