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1). How to Roast a Chicken in 30 Minutes  By : Michael Sheridan
Every now and then cooks run out of time and suddenly find themselves under pressure, with a meal looming and a hungry family impatient for their baked chicken dinner.

2). Recipe for South African Buttermilk Rusks  By : Kit Heathcock
Rusks in South Africa are part of the cultural identity – one of the things that exiles in a foreign land long for. Children are brought up on Rooibos tea (a herbal bush tea) and rusks.

3). All About Steak  By : Michael Sheridan
At the last count there were 14 different cuts of steak, many of which have more than one name. So the first job is to list the more popular ones and the appropriate methods of cooking them

4). Bicarbonate of Soda: The Magic Ingredient?  By : Michael Sheridan
For well over a century professional cooks have known that adding bicarbonate of soda to cooking vegetables enhances their color; greens turn bright green and old carrots look like new

5). A Barbecue Cure Now Summer is Here  By : Michelle Fraser
The benefit of barbecues to put you in the summer frame of mind. Ideas for barbecue recipes.

6). Super Tips for Cooking Perfect Steak  By : Daegan Smith
Imagine having the whole family together on a supposed steak grill expecting to chow down on mouth-watering, juicy steaks only to gather around the grill weeping over burnt steaks that are hardly distinguishable from charcoal.

7). Caribbean Recipes  By : Ralph Ruckman
A lot of countries are well known for their branded cuisines and the Caribbean cuisine is no different. The food is highly regarded and loved among millions of people.

8). Tips for Cooking Lobster  By : Barney Garcia
While it is true that if you can boil a pot of water, you can cook a Maine lobster - you have to make sure to avoid over or undercooking the lobster. Here’s some tips for steaming, boiling and grilling lobster.

9). Pork Tenderloin with Mustard Sauce  By : Barney Garcia
This is a delicious version of the already amazing pork tenderloin. The flavors in the sauce compliment the tender meat perfectly without any one flavor overpowering another. Pork tenderloin can also be a perfect dish for company, because when it is cut up in slices, people will eat less.

10). Thai Chicken Curry in Coconut Milk  By : Barney Garcia
Thai curry has an absolutely amazing combination of flavors in it, and you can make it as spicy or as mild as you would like by adding less or more of the curry. You can buy Thai curry paste in most supermarkets, or you can look in Asian markets if you can’t find it anywhere else.

11). Cooking With Wine  By : John Williams
Wine is often enjoyed as a drink among friends, but did you ever notice that wines enjoyed at the table are just as often the ingredients of major recipes?

12). How to Make Chocolate Dipped Candy  By : Barney Garcia
If you are dipping candy in chocolates, then the only chocolate you should use is top quality chocolate. Consider using confectionery chocolate, made especially for coating candy.

13). The Versatility of Soup  By : Jan Wilhelm
On a cold winter day my thoughts turn to soup. This is a simple, quick, delicious soup that you will thoroughly enjoy

14). Learning And Sharing Recipes.  By : Hege Crowton
Do you absolutely hate to cook or bake? Could this perhaps be because you do not know how or maybe the reason is that you only know how to make a very few thins and therefore would rather not make anything at all.

15). How to Create a Perfect Recipe For Your Party?  By : Nazir Hussain
This is an interview with Joan Sounders; a caterer. She goes through the process of creating a menu/recipe for a party order.

16). Low Carb Cookies Recipes  By : Hege Crowton
One of the things that most low carb eaters miss is cookies and deserts. These days, however the low carber need not go without as there are new ingredients you can use for baking that have few or even no carbs.

17). Summer Smoothies  By : Kit Heathcock
Fruit smoothie recipe, healthy fruit drink packed with vitamins.

18). Cheesy Broccoli Casserole Recipe  By : Barney Garcia
This is a great recipe for the holidays or a family get-together. Its great because it is easy and stress free, while everyone will love it because it is so cheesy and delicious. This recipe will produce the best tasting dish when using fresh produce.

19). Tips for Cooking the Perfect Steak  By : Barney Garcia
Steak is considered by most the ultimate dinning treat. However, if you don’t know how to cook your steak properly, you are jeopardizing ruining a perfectly good piece of meat. The following tips will help you learn how to prepare, and cook the perfect steak.

20). Just Desserts, Puddings Galore  By : Kit Heathcock
A family tradition of puddings culminates in a fine recipe for Summer Pudding – a delicious berry and bread concoction.

21). Wild Game Recipe: Pan Roasted Duck with Corn Crepes and Sage, Sour Cherry Sauce  By : Paul Smith
For this recipe, I use either muscovy duck, a brazilian breed which is known for its incredible flavor and lean profile, or wild-hunted duck. Other breeds, such as moulard or pekin, will do fine, but be aware that the principal difference among these types of duck is the fat cap underneath the skin. With any breed of duck, to cook it properly, you ...

22). We Keep Fighting Over a Pavlova - Find Out Why And Try The Recipe!  By : Jean Morrison
Australians and New Zealanders maintain an ongoing "controversy" over who concocted the famous Pavlova. The Aussies lay claim to it but the Kiwis think very differently. Each claim it as one of their national dishes. Firstly, how do you pronounce the word Pavlova. Here we go: pav-LOH-vuh with the emphasis on the LOH part of the word. T...

23). Easy Chocolate Chip Cookies  By : Stephanie Foster
"There are two kinds of people in the world: those who love chocolate, and communists." - Leslie Moak Murray I can't help but love that quote. When I was a kid, my grandpa always called any store bought cookies that somehow made it into the house "Commie cookies." For him, it was Grandma's homemade cookies or none at all. There's just s...

24). When You Give a Kid a Muffin, You're Gonna Get a Smile.  By : Sherry Frewerd
In our house muffins hold a grand place of honor – in the hands of the toddlers. These ‘travel friendly’ little cakes are, in my opinion, the perfect food; especially for little kids. Muffins are just the right size for little hands and little mouths as well. During the warm months, I can give a kid a muffin from the back door and they run gleefull...

25). Pumpkin – A Super Food!  By : Sherry Frewerd
Think of the word pumpkin and images of jack-o-lanterns and whipped cream covered Thanksgiving pies will probably pop into your mind. Pumpkin is traditionally considered a holiday food and is a staple in our kitchen pantries and freezers during that festive time of the year. However, did you know that pumpkin now heralded as one of the ‘Super Foods...

26). Baking with Jam  By : Flower Girl
Jam-making is over for the year, the summer heat has finished off the strawberries, the apricot season went by in the blink of an eye, it’s too hot to think of cooking anything at all until evening cools the air. Even the memory of standing over a simmering pot of jam makes me perspire. The dog days of summer have us heading for the b...

27). Recipe Website Claims To Expose Top Secret Restaurant Recipes  By : Sources Inc.
According to Ron Douglas, author of 'America's Most Wanted Recipes,' the average American family dines out at an average of three times each week. Depending on the number of people in a family, the choice of food ordered and the selected restaurant, this casual dining experience can quickly become a very expensive indulgence. In an eff...

28). New York Style Cheesecake  By : Andrew Krause
1 1/4 cups graham cracker crumbs 2 tablespoons sugar 3 tablespoons butter ir margarine melted 2 pounds cream cheese 1 cup sugar 8 ounces sour cream 2 eggs 1 cup flour 3/4 cup heavy whipping cream In a 5 quart mixing bowl place 2 pounds of cream cheese and 1 cup granulated sugar and mix on...

29). Duck Breast Prosciutto  By : Paul Smith
Prosciutto is a traditional aspect of charcuterie in French cooking. Simply, it is cured meat which is then cured and matured further by drying in air - leaving a wonderful, intensely flavored butchery product. Sliced thinly, and served with good, strong country-style mustard, dried fruits and black bread, it is a great lunch or part of a late autu...

30). Cabbage Soup Recipe  By : Jennie Winter
- 6 large green onions - 2 green peppers - 1 or 2 cans of tomatoes (diced or whole) - 3 Carrots - 1 Container (10 oz. or so) Mushrooms - 1 bunch of celery - Half a head of cabbage - 1 package Lipton soup mix - 1 or 2 cubes of bouillon (optional) - 1 48oz can V8 juice (optional) - Season to...

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