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What is Parchment Paper?

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Parchment paper or baking paper is a moisture-resistant, grease-resistant paper used in cooking and/or baking recipes; also used to line baking pans.  En Papillote is a cooking method in which foods and seasonings are

Adrianna R.

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When planning my daughter’s recent baking themed birthday I had the good fortune to have found the Dazzle Me A Dish website. I knew I was in good hands as soon as I

Dust off your Slow Cookers! Let’s make a Dazzling Pot Roast.

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Winter means comfort food and I love a good pot roast.  Pot roast is a cheap, tough cut of meat that can be transformed into a delicious dinner.  Most tough cuts are best when

7 Anti-Aging Foods, Eat for Life!

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If you are over the age of 40, you should incorporate these 7 anti-aging foods into your diet.  Eat for Life! 1.  Olive Oil – Not only do the monounsaturated fats contained in olive oil support

Top 10 SuperFoods, Dazzle Your Dishes With Them!

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BLUEBERRIES deep blue color is a by-product of flavonoids. This superfood has been shown to preserve memory function. It has a high water content which is hydrating to your skin and other cells of the body.

Bang for Your Buck Wines

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 I am always in search of really good wines that are inexpensive.  Spending alot of money on wines every now and then is great but if you like to drink wine with dinner often

Tip of the Month 7/1/2015

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  SALT to Taste:  Don’t think for a moment that salt is salt.  If you are into cooking then you know that salt is an important commodity!  Salts have become very trendy, however – red

Couple’s Cooking Class – Fillet of Sole en Papillote

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Tip of the Month 6/1/2015

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  Fresh herbs versus Dried:  Because dried herbs lack the moisture of fresh herbs, their flavor is much more concentrated.  The general rule is to use one-third the amount of dried herbs as you would

Tip of the Month 5/1/2015

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Does Garlic ever go bad? How should I store it? Yes. When garlic cloves start to shrivel and soften, and dark spots appear, they’ve seen better days. Eating garlic at this stage won’t

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