DailyDirt: How To Cook Simple Stuff…
from the urls-we-dig-up dept
There are all kinds of cooking shows and recipe books, providing a vast and endless library of ways to make any meal you can think of. With this flood of information, the simplest meals can seem daunting because there are so many different recipes and instructions. There really is no single correct way to do anything, but some instructions are easier to remember than others. Here are just a few examples.
- Watch this video on how to cook bacon without creating a charred mess. Cooking bacon in a pan of water doesn’t seem like a common method, but this seems like a easy enough trick to try. Plus, you get bacon in the end. [url]
- Martha Stewart claims to have a foolproof way to cook hard-boiled eggs. Except the key tip omitted is that older eggs are easier to peel than fresh eggs. [url]
- If you make pasta a lot, try this method of boiling dry pasta in a frying pan with a lot less water than usual recipes use. Or you could just continue to stick a foam cup filled with water and curly noodles in a microwave…. [url]
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