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What Do You Use in Your Coffee?

Well let's put aside the prospective comments of a few... 1. I don't drink coffee. 2. I'm a real (man/woman/whatever). I drink it black. Getting back to the question: what do you drink in your coffee? Some put skim-milk in it, some 2% milk, some whole m
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Posted by on November 23, 2017

I prefer tuna from a can but will eat it if it is cooked well and it is one of my favorite fish to have for a meal

I grew up eating canned tuna from the following brands sold in local stores near our home in Dallas, TX. The one canned tuna I ate most of was called and still is called Starkist. Chicken of the Sea is also a family favorite. But here lat
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Posted by on October 21, 2017

Cooking Show Polarization

There are many things I find unsuitable to watch on television. Cooking should not be one of them. But I'm experiencing a degree of distaste when it comes to cooking shows. It's because they are becoming ever more polarized. How so? More and more they appe
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Posted by on November 8, 2017

Yuppie Cooking? My Take

Maybe I'm wrong in calling it yuppie cooking, but I'm seeing two trends in the so-called culinary world that I attribute to Yuppie-ism. They are the American version of Mexican food and Smoothies. Now I used to watch a TV show called Mexico - One Plate at
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Posted by on November 8, 2017

Everything Avocado! Are You a Fan?

Everything Avocado! Are You a Fan?
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Posted by on November 11, 2017

Foodie Friday and Happy Holidays! Do you like eggnog?

I always celebrate at my blog for and . But since it's the season to be jolly I get say Happy Holidays to all my visitors to drop by. Of course, visitors won't visit if they don't know where to go, will they? :)
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Posted by on December 8, 2017

Foods More Often Available During Holiday Season?

I celebrate zero holidays. Zilch, none, nada. However, there are many foods that appear on store shelves specifically for the holidays and are not only available, but are cheaper. For instance, Thanksgiving and turkey. At my local grocery store, we obtain
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Posted by on December 9, 2017

Pork What? Beef What?

Did you ever wonder, when you were in the grocery store, what it means when a food is said to contain pork or beef? I mean like, is it made from pork shoulder? pork tenderloin? pork butt? Or could it be made from some part of the pig that you don't want t
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Posted by on December 9, 2017

Pork What? Beef What?

Did you ever wonder, when you were in the grocery store, what it means when a food is said to contain pork or beef? I mean like, is it made from pork shoulder? pork tenderloin? pork butt? Or could it be made from some part of the pig that you don't want t
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Posted by on December 9, 2017

Foods More Often Available During Holiday Season?

I celebrate zero holidays. Zilch, none, nada. However, there are many foods that appear on store shelves specifically for the holidays and are not only available, but are cheaper. For instance, Thanksgiving and turkey. At my local grocery store, we obtain
Click here to read more

Posted by on December 9, 2017

Foodie Friday and Happy Holidays! Do you like eggnog?

I always celebrate at my blog for and . But since it's the season to be jolly I get say Happy Holidays to all my visitors to drop by. Of course, visitors won't visit if they don't know where to go, will they? :)
Click here to read more

Posted by on December 8, 2017

What Do You Use in Your Coffee?

Well let's put aside the prospective comments of a few... 1. I don't drink coffee. 2. I'm a real (man/woman/whatever). I drink it black. Getting back to the question: what do you drink in your coffee? Some put skim-milk in it, some 2% milk, some whole m
Click here to read more

Posted by on November 23, 2017

Everything Avocado! Are You a Fan?

Everything Avocado! Are You a Fan?
Click here to read more

Posted by on November 11, 2017

Yuppie Cooking? My Take

Maybe I'm wrong in calling it yuppie cooking, but I'm seeing two trends in the so-called culinary world that I attribute to Yuppie-ism. They are the American version of Mexican food and Smoothies. Now I used to watch a TV show called Mexico - One Plate at
Click here to read more

Posted by on November 8, 2017

Cooking Show Polarization

There are many things I find unsuitable to watch on television. Cooking should not be one of them. But I'm experiencing a degree of distaste when it comes to cooking shows. It's because they are becoming ever more polarized. How so? More and more they appe
Click here to read more

Posted by on November 8, 2017

I prefer tuna from a can but will eat it if it is cooked well and it is one of my favorite fish to have for a meal

I grew up eating canned tuna from the following brands sold in local stores near our home in Dallas, TX. The one canned tuna I ate most of was called and still is called Starkist. Chicken of the Sea is also a family favorite. But here lat
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Posted by on October 21, 2017

Delicious Restaurant Food

I'm like the next guy. I enjoy good food every much as much as he does. Doubtless you are the same. But what do we find today? People claiming special talent, greatness, eclectic skills, mastery of all things food. Right. Half raw, in weird combinations,
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Posted by on October 2, 2017

Be Suspicious of Ground Meat

When I was a child, I recall hearing what I assumed were informed sources saying, "Beware of any meat product that is ground, such as ground beef, sausage, hot dogs, etc." I believe the reasoning was that you couldn't identify what went into those products
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Posted by on September 23, 2017