Displaying 7 Posts categorized under Pantry Rules

Pantry Rules: Sourdough Basics

I never thought that when I acquired my first sourdough starter years ago from a friend that, fast forward, that baking with it would become so popular. Just one more surprise coming out of the whole Corona experience. In our (former) very busy worlds, making sourdough bread taught me a …

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Pantry Rules: Dried Beans

Heres what good about dried beans: they are super cheap, they are easy to store, and they overall just taste better. The downside is that they take some planning and some time to cook. But overall, worth the time and wait. The Dried Bean Primer You Can Buy Most Beans Dried. …

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Five Ways to Use Those Canned Tomatoes

It’s time to stock the pantry and learn how to use what you have inside. I don’t have to mention that this is a trying time and many of you might be pushed out of your comfort zones when it comes to cooking and planning. I understand. But nonetheless, we …

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Batch Cooking During the Corona Crisis

We are deep in a health crisis right now and I think the rumors may be true – it’s only going to get worse. The Corona Virus is here and it’s time to act. It seems to be the only thing anyone can talk about these days. I unfortunately (or …

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Five Pantry Items I Always Have On Hand For Everyday Cooking

A well-stocked pantry is a good cook’s best friend. On any given night, I could open my kitchen cabinets and cook up a healthy meal, without having to go to the grocery store. Why? My well-stocked pantry is full of the basics needed for dozens of meals. I have shelves …

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Five Bold Spices To Help You Kick Up Creativity In The Kitchen

I absolutely adore spices, not only for their health benefits but for the many ways they can transform average healthy food into something worth eating and enjoying. I admit I can get carried away with my spice addiction, but how else can you quickly and easily transform something basic like …

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