by: Nick Myatt
in reply to: Hunting for Dinner: Making Coot Edible (and a Recipe for Coot Cotechino)
Good article/recipe. I will have to try that if I ever decide to shoot a coot again.
I had a fun story from this week. I had no intention of shooting a coot but my 3-year-old son really wanted me to so then I had to figure out how to cook it.
I ended up making "Hide-a-coot Poppers": http://www.growinghunters.com/cooking-coot-the-things-kids/
in reply to: A Trio of Asian Spices Goes Beyond Ginger
Hi, ill be cooking an indonesian dish, may i ask where to get galangal, kaffir lime leaves, turmeric leaf. Thanks
in reply to: The Bitter Melon Truth
Very interesting ..I just run into Indian Bitter Melon at my Asian Grocery Store and went I went to the internet to find out what kind of vegetable is, I was shocked about all the benefits...The things is that I don't know if I can eat it raw...also the seeds...Are the seeds edible too?? or I have to throw them away???...
in reply to: Lifting Winter Blues: 7 Natural Strategies
Great article! I have found that spending time outside and in the sunshine helps improve my mood. Thanks for sharing!
in reply to: A trio of grill-worthy veggie burgers
I like how these veggie burger recipes contain non-meat ingredients that provide both iron and protein, two ingredients that are important to include in a vegetarian or vegan diet.
in reply to: Making Maple Syrup: Creative Ingenuity at its Best
utilizes the maple sap to mix tea and cook rice. This was captivating to me and I am on edge to attempt it. Since I don't have a maple syrup concocting set, I figured utilizing the maple sap for rice may be a fun elective. who utilizes the maple sap to brew tea and cook rice. This was intriguing to me and I am restless to attempt it. Since I don't have a maple syrup concocting set, I figured utilizing the maple sap for rice may be a fun elective.
in reply to: Globally Aware: Live Animal Markets: Preserving Tradition or Incubating Disease?
Live butchering can be supported to ensure that the food that has been prepared with meat is fresh. It is true that the
meat production has been industrialized globally and there is no guarantee that how far the meat is fresh.
by: Emma S.
in reply to: Cooking on the Clock: 5 tips for speeding up meal prep
Wow, these are some wonderful tips! I've read a lot of "quick cooking" kind of articles before, and they always have the same advice, so it was great to see something new. Thanks for the insights!
in reply to: What's So Bad About Ice Cream For Breakfast?
I was literally shocked to read that people prefer to have ice cream for breakfast. I would never encourage my family or friends to have ice cream for breakfast as it are not healthy at all especially for kids. I am glad that you took this topic to discuss and I am sure that awareness can be created about healthy breakfast.
in reply to: Best Fair Food: Peaches and Cream!
Wow.. It is so hard to find fresh peaches like these, even at the fairs that they conduct at supermarkets and all. I think, it is always best to go to countryside for buying these. And I liked the recipe very much.