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The XOXO Kitchen

February 9, 20100 Comments

Follow Us Love is in the air, and there’s no need to rely on Cupid when you’re ready to spice things up in the kitchen. Here are a few suggestions for whipping up something romantic this Valentine’s Day: 1. Put a passionate twist on basic breakfast by whipping up a batch of heart-shaped buttermilk biscuits. […]

Celebrating the Lunar New Year

February 8, 20100 Comments

Follow Us For many Asian cultures, the Lunar New Year is a very big event held on the first day of the new year in the Chinese Calendar. This year, it happens to fall on February 14th to coincide with Valentine’s Day. Each culture has its own way of celebrating – from decorations and traditional […]

Square-Foot Gardening

February 4, 20100 Comments

Follow Us Would you like to start a garden but don’t  think you have enough space? No problem! “Square-Foot Gardening” is a great way to make the most out of your small space in order to produce some serious produce. Gardener extraordinaire Mel Bartholomew coined the phrase and introduced this concept in 1981. What is […]

Healthier Oven Fried Chicken

February 3, 20100 Comments
Healthier Oven Fried Chicken

Follow Us Fried Chicken is no longer just a southern dish– in fact I think it’s as American as baseball, hot dogs and apple pie. But when many of us hear the words “fried chicken” we immediately think of a lot of fat and grease, as well as a famous fast food chain that can […]

Transform Your Kitchen Into the Perfect Bake Space

February 2, 20100 Comments

Follow Us Successful baking involves a lot more than just the right recipe and ingredients. How you set up your kitchen can also affect your results; if done right, it can yield some really tasty rewards. . Today’s Daily Bite will help you learn how to organize your kitchen and turn your home into the […]

Cast Iron Cooking Health Benefits

February 1, 20100 Comments
Cast Iron Cooking Health Benefits

Follow Us While cast iron skillets may not look as sophisticated as some of the shiny, sleek cookware you find today in kitchen supply stores, it offers great value and even nutritional benefits. For less than $20, you can usually purchase a good-sized cast iron skillet that will last well beyond your lifetime. My mother […]

The Urban Garden

January 28, 20100 Comments

Follow Us Many of us dream of starting a garden, but if you live in a big city you may be discouraged to try. Planting your own food or simply showing your children how food grows can be both therapeutic and self-sustaining. Today’s Daily Bite will hopefully inspire you to turn that urban backyard into […]

Working with Sugar

January 27, 20100 Comments
Working with Sugar

Follow Us Adding a sugar topping to traditional recipes may  seem a bit decadent, but there’s no denying that a little extra sugar can turn just about any meal into a sweet treat. If the cost has discouraged you from adding some colored sugar sparkle to home-baked treats, here’s an easy and inexpensive way to […]

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