Juan's Kitchen

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Jan 5th, 2007 by L Gilbert last post
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Dry spices
I bought a huge stack of spices(I think they are called dry, as they are dried out and come in containers). Most of these spices taste like dirt. The parsley smells nothing like the fresh one. The dill and the coriander have the same disgusting smell. I... (by ismael9467)
Jan 4th, 2007 by RomSpaceKnight last post
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Dry spices
I bought a huge stack of spices(I think they are called dry, as they are dried out and come in containers). Most of these spices taste like dirt. The parsley smells nothing like the fresh one. The dill and the coriander have the same disgusting smell. I... (by ismael9467)
Jan 3rd, 2007 by selfactivated last post
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Good source for the home cook?
My kids and I have to eat gluten-free, so I have to make all my convenience foods from scratch. For example, if my kids want chicken nuggets, I first have to bake the bread so I can grind it down for breadcrumbs. I spend a lot of time in the kitchen by... (by ismael9467)
Jan 2nd, 2007 by ramon9456 last post
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Good source for the home cook?
My kids and I have to eat gluten-free, so I have to make all my convenience foods from scratch. For example, if my kids want chicken nuggets, I first have to bake the bread so I can grind it down for breadcrumbs. I spend a lot of time in the kitchen by... (by ismael9467)
Dec 22nd, 2006 by Curiosity last post
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Special Diet For The Diabetes
Diet Diabetes :angel8: 1) First: To take the juice from 1/2 liter of grapefruit or the cooking of two grapefruits (cut with rind and everything) 2) Breakfast: To eat a salad of fruits, mainly peach tree, alternatively accompanied by almonds,... (by quelab22)
Dec 21st, 2006 by sanctus last post
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Food safety threats sprout this year amid worries about contamination risks
By Colin Perkel TORONTO (CP) - Deaths, paralysis and hundreds of illnesses from food poisoning spooked North American consumers in 2006 as headlines and water-cooler chat were dominated by word of some unlikely recalls: carrot juice, spinach, sprouts -... (by sanctus)
Dec 14th, 2006 by selfactivated last post
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Low Fat Recipes
Having survived heart attack and under going quadruple bypass surgery, I am on a low fat no salt added diet and would love to hear about low fat meal suggestions and substitutions. Am looking for substitutions for butter, cream and eggs in baking recipes.... (by RomSpaceKnight)
Nov 29th, 2006 by sanctus last post
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So what's your favourite thing to have for supper?
The first thing I saw this morning at the top of my ISP's home page was this: Regina, SK Updated: Fri Feb 17 07:55:00 CST 2006 Current Conditions: A few clouds Temperature: -30C, Barometric Pressure: 104.7kPa Wind: 26 km/h W,... (by Dexter Sinister)
Nov 7th, 2006 by Vereya last post
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What's your diet?
Or at least strive to follow? Mine's vegan. I fixed your link. Cosmo (by Machjo)
Nov 6th, 2006 by Tonington last post
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what do you eat when you watch sports?
I believe watching sports is a lot better with some good snacks, at least some popcorn if i didnt have time to prepare something in advance. does anyone have a favourite snack for this kind of events? (by surf girl)
Nov 6th, 2006 by RomSpaceKnight last post
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Food
If you had any choice of any food but had to cook it yourself, what would you make and how would you make it. I have heard of the perogies and headcheese (not on the same plate, right?) Looking for some new food ideas. I'd make beef ribs on the bbq.... (by GreenGreta)
Nov 6th, 2006 by RomSpaceKnight last post
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Canadian Meals / Recipes
What is a true canadian recipe. Here in England I would say Stew, a roast dinner (sunday) oh and fish and chips on a friday night. Obviously we like currys and chinese food but obviously they aren't from here. (by floss)
Oct 31st, 2006 by Amik last post
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What do you make from Saffron??
A couple friends we've known for over thirty years just got back from Tunisia. One of the things they brought us back was four ounces of saffron. All I know about saffron is that it is unGodly expensive. The reasons will be obvious below. Anyone... (by #juan)
Oct 3rd, 2006 by popcorn last post
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Recipe Site
The recipe site, as you may have noticed, has gone a bit bizerk. We're working on getting it back, but until then, you'll see funny things going on the left hand menu! Just a heads up! We're sorry for the inconvenience. You can still sort of... (by Administration)
Sep 30th, 2006 by popcorn last post
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Chocolate Muffin recipes
:o Here's a good one for you who loves chocolate: Ingred: 6oz semisweet chocolate 1/3 cup unsalt butter 3/4 cup buttermilk 1/2 cup sugar 1 egg 1 1/2 tsp vanilla 1 2/3 cup flour 1 tsp baking soda (by popcorn)
Sep 30th, 2006 by popcorn last post
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Date squares rice krispes recipes
Hy everyone I'm new and would love to share a good and easy recipes with you. Date squares rice krispies dessert: Ingred: for date squares 1 cup cold water 1/4 cup brown sugar 1 TBSP corn starch 1pound dates chop finely (by popcorn)
Aug 15th, 2006 by Liz last post
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Help, I'm nursing!
I had surgery recently, and I am breastfeeding my baby daughter. I have been on a prescribed extremely low residue diet for THREE MONTHS in hopes of healing up. I am expected to remain on it longer. I am so sick of basic starches! Rice and mashed... (by Liz)
Aug 15th, 2006 by humanbeing last post
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50 Harmful Effects of Genetically Modified Foods
The human gut bacteria, mutated, could produce symptoms like IBS or Chrones disease, which can be as tortuous as anything. Our entire health can be throw off by bad gut bacteria. And it sure looks like it could... (by Karlin)
Aug 14th, 2006 by Liz last post
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Problem - industrial-style agricultural system
This is yet another example of governments acting on behalf of corporations, not the people the government is supposed to be representing. I don't agree with this article's idea that... (by Karlin)
Aug 7th, 2006 by Said1 last post
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What's your favourite comfort food?
Everybody seems to have a favourite comfort food ... one they cook after a bad day or when it's nasty out or when they just wanna remember good ole mom. My previous favourite was meatloaf (with a jar of salsa mixed in). We recently found a new one ...... (by Cosmo)
Aug 4th, 2006 by humanbeing last post
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Soy as health food - scam ?
All the great news we heard about soy foods in the 1980s and 90's was information provided to us by the SOY INDUSTRY. They hired health professionals "to advance the good word on soy foods" , and got them to make it appear as if they were saying it... (by Karlin)
Jul 31st, 2006 by mabudon last post
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Salsa Recipe
My husband has been having a lot of baseball watching parties and is looking for a new type of salsa. He says the salsa recipe I use doesn't have enough "umph". So I am here asking for other's opinions. (by oldtastergirl)
Jul 27th, 2006 by Simpleton last post
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"Get her Panties off Penne Surprise" YUM
Cook Penne noodles until desired softness, drain water and stir in pot with margerine or olive oil so it doesn't get sticky. Cut up your favorite kind of pepper, depending on your tolorence for spicy foods. Cut up some sundried tomatoes, or any kind... (by Sublime)
Jul 16th, 2006 by Simpleton last post
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Raw Egg Yolks - mmmm good!!
Tastes like vanilla!! how to eat them, and other info: No, salmonella isn't a problem... Biotin is lost with egg whites, but the yolk has mondo amount of biotin, another example of the perfect balances... (by Karlin)
Jul 13th, 2006 by Daz_Hockey last post
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Prezza hates foreign muck.
British Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott (who once ate a meal of curry with baked beans piled on top), says he hates foreign food - Prezza hates foreign muck Jabba: Deputy PM John Prescott. ... (by Blackleaf)
Jul 11th, 2006 by I think not last post
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Lobsters Aren't Food
I've always suspected this so was not surprised to find out the truth behind sea bugs ... (by Cosmo)
Jun 27th, 2006 by #juan last post
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Okanagan Wines
I've recently been touring the Okanagan Valley and visiting a few of the wineries. There are some amazing destinations to visit and thousands of incredible wines to sample, all for free. The industry is rapidly changing, as is the area, and I was... (by okanaganwineguide)
Mar 23rd, 2006 by Jersay last post
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Mead
Mead Types and Ingredients Type Ingredients mead honey, optional flavoring ingredients sack mead strong mead made with extra honey show mead honey braggot honey and malt capsicumel honey with chile pepper ....try it, it's not very hot ;-) ... (by Jersay)
Mar 23rd, 2006 by Haggis McBagpipe last post
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Cheddar Beer Bread.
This is easy to make and goes great with Chili. 1 can of beer-12oz 3 cups of flour 1 tsp of baking powder 2 tablespoons of sugar 3 garlic gloves 1/2 cup of onion 2 cups of sharp cheddar. Mix dry goods well and pour in beer. (by Sassylassie)
Mar 12th, 2006 by Haggis McBagpipe last post
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Mrs. Sinister's fabulous French bread recipe
In response to a steadily declining number of requests from here , here it is. First, the original recipe, as described in The New York Times Bread and Soup Cookbook published in 1976.... (by Dexter Sinister)
Mar 9th, 2006 by Haggis McBagpipe last post
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Heartbreak soup, for when your heart broken.
Go to The Beer Store. Buy Beer. Serve Beer at room temperature, or chilled. Drink Beer. (by Sublime)
Mar 8th, 2006 by Sublime last post
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My crazy breakfast thing.
Crack two eggs beat with two shots of milk. Slice up and crush 1 hot habanero pepper, what ever pepper you can handle. Mix together. Butter two sides of bread and cook in frying pan. Drench the toasted bread in egg pour it all over make it nice... (by Sublime)
Mar 6th, 2006 by Haggis McBagpipe last post
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The Sinister Recipe for Fabulous French Bread
First, the original recipe, as described in The New York Times Bread and Soup Cookbook published in 1976. Bear with me though, we've discovered ways to greatly simplify this, which I'll get to at the end. 2 packages dry active (or cakes of compressed)... (by Dexter Sinister)
Mar 5th, 2006 by Knoss last post
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SLOW Food
Talking about taking Sunday off for a day of rest, and how busy our lives are, I have joined (finally!) the SLOW movement. I love it! Waiting for my first issue of mag to come in the mail, but the concept is wonderful (at least as far as I am... (by galianomama)
Feb 3rd, 2006 by Haggis McBagpipe last post
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Oh! The Joy!
Did I ever score! I won a bid for a mint condition 1972 edition of Joy of Cooking. The book is flawless, it just arrived today. Now, it is commonly accepted that the old blue-covered Joy of Cooking is far better than later editions, and I agree with... (by Haggis McBagpipe)
Jan 8th, 2006 by Cosmo last post
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Canadian Content has recipes :)
In case people didn't know, the main site offers recipes. CC Recipes (by Cosmo)
Dec 9th, 2005 by missile last post
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Florida-roasted Turkey
A departure for most of us in colder climes, this could be a tasty and eye-catching way to serve Christmas Dinner: Directions 1. Cut out aluminum foil in desired shapes. 2. Arrange the turkey in the roasting pan, position the foil... (by Ten Packs)
Aug 15th, 2005 by manda last post
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Twila's Recipe Thread
I read a post the other day where Twila was enquiring as to the location of the Recipe Thread...well here it is, and I'd like to post the first recipe, it's one of my favourites... (by Vanni Fucci)