If you're like many people beginning now through Christmas, your kitchen, sink and garbage disposal are going to get a workout with all the holiday cooking and baking. But if you want to avoid having to play plumber or call one on Thanksgiving or Christmas, read on.
My coworker is always raving about his Philips Airfryer so I asked to come over and try it out. Yummy Meats gave me two 6-oz New York steaks and he says the air fryer works the same as a grill. Well, we'll have to see about that.
There is no "right way" to bake pumpkin seeds. Each method has pros and cons so you'll have to settle on what works for you. Personally, I hate chewy shells so I like recipes that crisp them. Once they're baked some like sweet seasoning, others prefer savory. So here are the best tips -- you decide which is correct for you.
Figuring out dinner is hard enough. Lunch? It's hopeless. You end up eating out, spending a lot of money and eating crap. I've eaten Raisin Bran for dinner every night this week so I buy a fried burrito for lunch at the convenience store. Cooking for yourself is healthier and having leftovers for lunch more than compensates the stress of cooking. Here are tips to help you plan your lunches:
You probably wouldn't think so, but fire officials say the Thanksgiving holiday produces a huge spike in fires, burns, and other cooking related accidents! And to help illustrate, we've got William Shatner in a video about fryer safety, courtesy of State Farm!