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This week on Basics we’re making the beloved smash burger and a riff on the mint mojito.

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3 Tips for Cooking in a Convection Toaster Oven

Compact, efficient, cheap and easy to use. These are just a few of the reason from the top of my head why households today still buy and use toaster ovens. In the past the huge full-size ovens had an advantage but today’s technology have made countertop ovens capable of baking, toasting and broiling just as good as their big brother counterparts.

What You Need to Know About the Paleo Meal Plan?

The paleo diet is a hit among individuals looking to lose weight and get fit without having to rely on drastic diet methods. Creating a paleo diet is based on individual preferences. Here are some guidelines that you can follow if you want to switch to the caveman style of eating.

Nutty Appetizer Recipes

Nuts are a healthy addition to any diet as long as you don’t overdo the amount you eat, simply because, as we all know, they are high in fat. For a truly healthful approach, though, nuts should be eaten raw. But here are two fun ways to incorporate lightly toasted nuts into appetizers when you wish to entertain guests.

Making Chicken and Dumplings Like Grandma Made

A lot of people make chicken and dumplings using can biscuits for dumpling dough, or using flour tortillas. A slightly better version is the new frozen dumpling dough that people use because they say they save them time. These dumplings may be alright but if you want a pan of excellent dumplings you need to make them the way that grandma made them.

A Recipe to Make Mayhaw Jelly

Mayhaw trees are found in swamplands and other lowland areas throughout the Southeastern United States. In the Spring, these trees produce a small round berry that typically is about a 1/2 inch in diameter. In May, the mayhaw berry turns from green to a bright red, when ripe. This berry (actually it is a pome) has been used to make jelly and syrup for generations in the South and is considered by many to be a Southern delicacy.

Interesting Facts About Garlic

There are some people who adore the taste and flavor of garlic in their food. There are a few who don’t mind garlic in their food and there are some who hate garlic. Which group do you belong to?

A Guide to Russian Cuisine

For those of you who are familiar with current events and history, one of the largest countries in the world is Russia. Russia is a massive country which spans over two continents and eleven different time zones.

For Spicy Lovers: An African Dish Recipe

One of the main dishes eaten in Ghana is wache. This will be a recipe guide on how to make wache with stew. This meal is usually eaten with fish.

Dessert Ideas – Creamed Fruit Gelatin Delights for the Holidays

Nothing beats a holiday that is filled with fruits. Whether you choose to serve fresh, preserved or creamed, the revitalizing taste of fruits is perfect to offer any time of the day. Allow me to share some of the most affordable yet delightful fruit dessert ideas that can make your holidays lusciously creamier and enchanting.

Be Healthy and Keep the Doctor Away

Low Calorie Stuffed Capsicums Recipe made with all-natural broken wheat or brown rice are very easy to make. You can serve it as a breakfast or as an evening snack.

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