Here you can find and cook up different recipes that are delicious and that can be done in a Rush! Click on " Here's What's Cookin' " for recipes. There, you can also watch me cook.
My fond food memories started on the farm in Thermopolis, Wyoming. Growing up, I sure enjoyed my make-believe restaurants along Owl Creek. I would bake up and serve scrumptious "Mud Pies." Hey, you have to start somewhere! I then found my way to the real kitchen and started baking. Cooking always has come naturally to me. My favorite thing to mix up is definitely breads and desserts. In high school I took food classes all four years. This taught me a lot about the nitty-gritty of cooking and the staples of what and what not to do with recipes.
Check out "Sweet 'n Spicy Snapshots" to see a picture of my pet pig Porky who loved eating those mud pies. There you'll also see me trying to frost my first cake at the ripe old age of 2. I tried my hand at frosting my very own birthday cake.
I want to hear from you with any cooking tips you might have. Then, I can share those with others.
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"Lovin from the Oven"
February is the month of LOVE! So, if you're looking for the perfect meal to wow your special someone any time of the year, you're going to "fall in love" with this chicken dish. Watch below at just how easy this is to make. For the complete recipe go to - Here's What's Cookin and then click on "Main Course Meals"
Also, under "Decadent Desserts" make your sweetheart "Unforgettable Kisses!"
MEALS IN A RUSH "3 T'S" TO COOKING
"TABLESPOON & TEASPOON TIPS" to help you in the Kitchen. If you have a tip send it to me!
1. To help make chicken breasts taste the juiciest place unfrozen meat in salt water for 1 hour. This process is called "brining."
2. Do not store cooked chicken in your fridge for more than 3 days. It becomes unhealthy and also looses the flavor and taste.
3. When baking chicken, cover with tin foil and add a small amount of water to the pan. This will help if from becoming dry while it cooks.