Slow but Steady Wins the Race Part II

The Lows When you slow cook food many of the vitamins and nutrients get lost. This occurs mostly when cooking vegetables. Slow cookers cook below the boiling point. More often than not vegetables have already […]

Slow but Steady Wins the Race Part I

Slow and steady cooking can really amplify the juices and flavors of food making those taste buds go crazy. A crock pot cooks your food very slowly, infusing the flavors and all the while being […]

Broiling Points Part II

Broiling uses intense direct heat when cooking just like grilling. Even though it is in a closed in box the food is cooking like it’s in an opened space. Broiling requires an on eye on […]

Broiling Points Part I

Sometimes things come up that make it hard to get out to your grill, maybe it’s the weather maybe you don’t have any charcoal or propane on hand, that’s were broiling comes in. You can […]

Steaming vs. Boiling Round 1 Part II

Boiling isn’t far Behind Boiling is also a very unique effective way of cooking. Though it is similar to steaming they do have differences. Unlike steaming, boiling requires the food to actually sit in the […]

Steaming vs. Boiling Round 1 Part I

Water is a great method of cooking. As it is used to steam and boil foods. A lot of vegetables are cooked in water because it is a very healthy way to cook them. No […]

Pressure Cooker Chicken Recipes Part II

Chicken and Spanish Rice – This will quickly become a family favorite once you give it a try.   Ingredients:   ·         3 lb. boneless, skinless chicken breast or thighs ·         3 tbsp. olive oil […]

Pressure Cooker Chicken Recipes Part I

Cooking chicken in a pressure cooker makes the chicken much more tender and juicy than baking it or even cooking it in a slow cooker, not to mention the time you save using a pressure […]

Cooking Beans and Lentils in Your Pressure Cooker Part II

Pressure cooked dry beans and lentils are so much better than canned beans. Here’s why: dry beans cost much less than canned beans; dry beans taste better than canned beans and contain no preservatives; dry […]

Cooking Beans and Lentils in Your Pressure Cooker Part I

Pressure cooked dry beans and lentils are so much better than canned beans. Here’s why: dry beans cost much less than canned beans; dry beans taste better than canned beans and contain no preservatives; dry […]

Choosing the Best Pressure Cooker for Your Family Part II

Prices for pressure cookers vary greatly depending on brand, size and type. There are duo pressure cookers that cost just over $100, and there are single 4 quart pressure cookers that are under $25. Mirro […]

Choosing the Best Pressure Cooker for Your Family Part I

There are many things to consider when choosing a pressure cooker that’s right for you and your family’s cooking needs, such as size, price and functionality. In this article, we will cover how to choose […]