All posts in "Cooking Tips and Techniques"

How Genetic Engineering (GMO’s) May Be Poisoning The Planet

By admin / a couple of years ago

TweetSharePlease share with your friendsHow GE Food May Be Poisoning the Planet   How GE Food May Be Poisoning the Planet Visit the Mercola Video Library By Dr. Mercola While no one knows exactly what the effects of consuming pesticide-soaked genetically-engineered (GE) crops will be over time, all of humankind serves as “lab rat” as […]


Top 5 Reasons Why Vegan Diets Are a Terrible Idea (Reprint)

By admin / 4 years ago”

  Top 5 Reasons Why Vegan Diets Are a Terrible Idea August 26, 2013 | by Kris Gunnars | 19,197 views | 160 Comments (Editors Note: It is not my style to post articles that I have not written; but  who knows when you find something as well written as this you can Continue reading


Orange Oriental Chicken Stir Fry

By admin / 4 years ago

Sno Peas Here is a simple way to get the kids to eat their veggies and love them. Orange flavored Oriental chicken stir fry. A simple “one Potter” as I like to call them. Actually two if you count the brown rice that forms the base and gives you the starch and rice bran. You […]


Another Side Of The Herbal Story, What Do Herbs Look Like?

By admin / 5 years ago

“Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme” Herbs, Herb Garden Huntington Library—DominusVobiscum ( “Herbs”, those things that come in tiny little bottles at the super-market in the spice isle(pun intended). Those tiny little bottles that cost anywhere from five to fifteen dollars for in some cases a few grams… Continue reading


Old World Style Black Bread

By admin / 6 years ago

I made this recipe a lot during my crazed Nut and Berry days of the 70’s. There was a little market down the street that sold bulk flours, hard to find dried fruits and spices and all the nuts you could carry. It was fun while it lasted as I explored the world… Continue reading


Why Are Carbon Steel Chef Knives The Best, Part 1

By admin / 6 years ago

  Today we are going to look at a few examples of knife technology and explore some of the finer points.  Pictured above are three knives that I have owned for a long time.  The bottom one is my first knife ever, I bought it at the local hardware store for $29 in 1970.  It […]


An Herbal Holiday, Cooking A Turkey The Old Fashioned Way

By admin / 6 years ago

    Notice how well the blend with the background     I grew up in a rather large family by today’s standards.  There were 8 rug rats in my family all under the age of 15 at one point in time. So holiday meals were very… Continue reading

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