Back when I was still living the high life of a yuppie, “high life” meaning technically living on my own and having to fend (hunger away) for myself, I found a staple I’m-too-lazy/tired-to-cook-something-else food in corned beef. It’s so easy and hard to mess up. You chop some garlic, onions, and potatoes, sauté, open the can then dump in the corned beef.
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I wanted to bake something different and preferably simple and that’s when I thought of making my own crackers. As I browse through different websites for a recipe, I’ve decided to make cheddar crackers. The reason is simple, who doesn’t love cheese?
This recipe was adapted from here.
Posted by Nancy
Stir frying is not as hard as you think.
Buy the required ingredients, cut them up into small pieces, marinate the meat, stir fry it, remove it from the wok, stir fry the vegetables then combine together. That’s how simple it is.
I was tired of eating the same dishes over and over again. That is the main reason why I tried stir frying for a change. Here’s how it turned out…
Posted by Nancy S.
Have you always been eating those pancake mixes that you can buy in grocery stores? If you have never made your own pancakes from scratch, you’re missing a lot in your life. Homemade pancakes are a lot tastier and fluffier compared to those mixes or those you eat in fast food chains.
I remember making these fluffy pancakes for the first time. It was the best pancakes that I have ever tasted. I guarantee that you won’t ever go back to buying those hotcake mixes anymore after you’ve made your own. Here’s the basic pancake recipe that is both easy to do and will result to fluffy and tasty pancakes.
Basic Pancake Recipe
3 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon white sugar
1 1/4 cups milk
3 tablespoons butter, melted