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Ripe For The Tasting (part 1) - Strawberry – Raspberry Smoothie
Line small sheet pan with wax paper or parchment. Arrange berries on pan in even layer. Freeze until completely frozen, about 3 hours. Transfer to blender with remaining ingredients and puree until smooth.
In Season Great Recipes Using Cauliflower (part 3) - Roasted cauliflower tacos with spicy yoghurt
Cut kernels from corn cob, in large chunks. Place cauliflower, corn, lime, onion and almonds on prepared tray. Combine oil, garlic and chilli powder in a jug. Pour over vegetables on tray. Toss to coat. Season with salt and pepper.
In Season Great Recipes Using Cauliflower (part 2) - Creamy cauliflower linguine
Place a large saucepan of water on high heat. Add stock powder. Stir to combine. Bring to the boil. Add cauliflower. Cook for 5 to 6 minutes or until cauliflower is just tender. Using a slotted spoon, transfer 2 cups cauliflower to a bowl. Cover to keep warm.
In Season Great Recipes Using Cauliflower (part 1) - Easy cauliflower ‘rice’
Heat coconut oil in a large, deep frying pan over medium heat. Add chilli, ginger and garlic. Cook, stirring, for 2 minutes or until chilli has softened and mixture is fragrant. Add cauliflower and desiccated coconut.
Classic Remodels – No More Standard Weeknight Dinners (Part 6) - Barley and Lentil Salad
Stir gently to combine and season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve at room temperature or chill up to 2 hours.
Classic Remodels – No More Standard Weeknight Dinners (Part 5) - Kimchi Tacos
Heat lightly oiled grill or grill pan to medium-high heat. Pat steak dry with paper towels (discard marinade).
Classic Remodels – No More Standard Weeknight Dinners (Part 4) - Soba Ramen with Salmon
Heat remaining 2 tsp oil in same pan over medium heat. Add mushrooms and cook until golden, about 3 minutes. Remove from pan and set aside.
Classic Remodels – No More Standard Weeknight Dinners (Part 3) - Thai Roasted Chicken Breasts with Simple Salad
Prepare chicken: Place breasts skin side up on baking sheet. Whisk together curry paste, lime juice, fish sauce, chili (if using), scallion, and oil in large bowl.
Classic Remodels – No More Standard Weeknight Dinners (Part 2) - Spring Rolls. Remodel: Shrimp, Tofu, and Collard Rolls
Bring medium saucepan of water to a boil. Cut stalks from ends of collard green leaves. Quickly dip leaves into boiling water for about 5 seconds, then transfer to cutting board to cool. Use knife to trim inner stalks lengthwise, so leaves are even thickness. Set aside.
Classic Remodels – No More Standard Weeknight Dinners (Part 1) - Cunnin-Rubbed Pork with Jeweled Grain Pilaf
Prepare pork while pilaf cooks: Place rimmed sheet pan in hot oven. Rub tenderloin with oil. Season with cumin and 1⁄4 tsp each salt and pepper, rubbing all over.
Cheat It – Quick And Easy Recipes (part 3) - Chunky curried vegetable pot pie
Meanwhile, place curry sauce and coconut cream in large saucepan over medium-high heat. Bring to the boil. Reduce heat to medium. Simmer, stirring occasionally, for 15 to 20 minutes or until reduced by half.
Cheat It – Quick And Easy Recipes (part 2) - Chicken goulash pie with sour cream dumplings
Place mushroom sauce and half the sour cream in a medium bowl. Stir to combine. Gradually stir in 1½ cups cold water. Add paprika to chicken mixture.
Cheat It – Quick And Easy Recipes (part 1) - Beef mac ’n’ cheese pot pies
Heat the oil in a frying pan over medium-high heat. Add mince. Cook, breaking up mince with wooden spoon, for 6 to 8 minutes until browned. Add the tomato sauce and ½ cup cold water.
10 Minutes Midweek Desserts - Microwave Desserts (part 2) - Quick coconut cream rice with kaffir lime
Stir in rice. Simmer gently for a further 5 to 7 minutes or until thickened. Remove and discard lime leaves. Divide among bowls. Top with passion fruit and coconut. Serve with kiwi fruit and lime wedges.
10 Minutes Midweek Desserts - Microwave Desserts (part1) - Microwave lemon delicious pudding
Combine flour and ½ cup sugar in a bowl. Make well in centre. Add butter, milk, egg, rind and ¼ cup juice. Whisk to combine. Spoon mixture into dish. Smooth top.
With The Lot! Burgers Recipes (Part 10) - The best-ever potato chips
Cut each potato into 5mm-thick slices. Cut each slice into 5mm-thick chips. Pat chips dry with paper towel to remove any excess moisture. Set aside on paper towel for 5 minutes.
With The Lot! Burgers Recipes (Part 9) - Fried onion rings
Sift flour and baking powder into a large bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Make a well in centre. Gradually whisk in soda water until mixture forms a smooth, thin batter.
With The Lot! Burgers Recipes (Part 8) - Mexicana burgers with guacamole
Heat oil on a barbecue hot plate or large frying pan over medium heat. Cook patties for 4 to 5 minutes each side or until browned and just cooked through. Transfer to a plate. Cover loosely with foil. Stand for 5 minutes.
With The Lot! Burgers Recipes (Part 7) - Caramelised onion
Heat oil in a large frying pan over medium-low heat. Add onion. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 15 minutes or until onion is softened but not browned.
With The Lot! Burgers Recipes (Part 6) - Gourmet beef burgers
Combine mince, onion, garlic, rosemary and vinegar in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Divide mixture into 4 equal portions. Roll each portion into a ball. Shape into 1cm-thick patties. Place on a baking paper-lined plate.
With The Lot! Burgers Recipes (Part 5) - Cucumber pickles,Mayo sauce
Place vinegar, eschalot, mustard seeds, peppercorns, turmeric, bay leaf, fennel seeds, sugar and 1¼ cups cold water in a saucepan over medium-high heat. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low. Simmer, uncovered, for 5 minutes.
With The Lot! Burgers Recipes (Part 4) - Double-decker cheeseburgers
Heat oil on a barbecue hot plate or large frying pan over medium heat. Cook patties, in batches, 2 minutes each side or until brown and just cooked through. Transfer to a plate. Cover loosely with foil. Stand for 2 minutes.
With The Lot! Burgers Recipes (Part 3) - Aussie burgers with the lot
Combine mince, onion, garlic, tomato paste, parsley and barbecue sauce in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Divide extra mixture into 4 equal portions. Roll each portion into a ball. Shape into 1cm-thick patties.
With The Lot! Burgers Recipes (Part 2) - Smoky barbecue sauce
Combine brown sugar, garlic powder, onion powder, mustard powder and paprika in a saucepan, removing any lumps. Stir in tomato sauce, vinegar, worcestershire sauce and golden syrup. Place pan over medium-high heat. Bring to the boil, stirring occasionally.
With The Lot! Burgers Recipes (Part 1) - Beef, chorizo and bacon burgers
Heat 1 tablespoon oil on a barbecue hotplate or large frying pan over medium heat. Cook patties for 4 to 5 minutes each side or until browned and just cooked through.
The Well-Loved Food Of Italy (part 2) - Trofie, aubergine, cherry tomatoes and pecorino
Trofie is the traditional pasta of Liguria. These long thin twists were apparently hand-rolled by fishermen’s wives on their knees while they waited for their men to sail home. It doesn’t really matter which pasta shape you use here (or which part of your body you like to roll it on).
The Well-Loved Food Of Italy (part 1) - Mozzarella, roasted pepper and caper pizza
Dust the work surface lightly with flour. Turn out the pizza dough and knead for 1 minute to knock back, then divide into 4 pieces. Cover with oiled cling film and leave to rest for 15 minutes.
Recipe Using The Iceberg Lettuce (Part 3) - Easy braised lettuce and peas with lamb
Heat butter and 1 tablespoon oil in a large, non-stick frying pan over medium heat until butter has melted. Add leek. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes or until softened but not browned. Add garlic. Cook for 1 minute or until fragrant.
Recipe Using The Iceberg Lettuce (Part 2) - Prawn-mango lettuce cups
To get your lettuce cups crisp, place the leaves in a large bowl of iced water for 30 minutes. Drain on paper towel before filling.
Recipe Using The Iceberg Lettuce (Part 1) - Lime and chilli chicken salad
Iceberg lettuce has a fresh, crunchy bite, and adds volume and texture to classic green salads. After being the only lettuce eat the supermarket for decades, the iceberg had lost shelf space to pre-packed bags of fancy leaves and bunches of rocket.
Recipe – Time For Thai-Style Dish
Place chicken in a shallow glass or ceramic dish. Pour over marinade. Turn to coat. Cover. Refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight. Cover and refrigerate dressing.
Fresh Flavours, New Ideas – Contemporary Cooking (part 2) - Sweet potato cups with hummus and walnut pesto
Put the basil into a blender or food processor and add the parsley and spinach leaves, then process until they are well combined. Add the walnuts, olive oil, garlic and lemon juice. Season with salt and pepper, and blend into a smooth paste to make a pesto.
Fresh Flavours, New Ideas – Contemporary Cooking (part 1) - Chilli peanut and coconut soup
Put the tempeh in a large bowl and add 1 tablespoon of the tamari and the crushed chillies. Toss well. Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in a heavy-based saucepan over a medium heat and cook the tempeh for 5 minutes, or until golden brown, turning regularly. Remove and leave to one side.
The Healthy Home : Let’s Get Cooking (part 6) - Our Plastic Kitchen - Plastic Wrap, The Plastic Code
PVC is a hard, resinous material that requires plasticizers, stabilizers, flame retardants, and lubricants to be of any practical value. These additives—which aren’t chemically bonded to the plastic’s basic building blocks—are what make PVC one of the most toxic plastics in our homes today.
The Healthy Home : Let’s Get Cooking (part 5) - Our Plastic Kitchen - Styrofoam Containers, Baby Bottles and Water Bottles
Styrene—the building block for polystyrene—is described by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as a suspected carcinogen and a suspected toxin to the gastrointestinal, kidney, and respiratory systems.
The Healthy Home : Let’s Get Cooking (part 4) - Our Plastic Kitchen - Handle with Care
Despite the well-known durability of most plastic products, they will always have a small quantity of chemicals that are free to leach out under the right conditions. This is a problem because many of the building blocks used in plastics are highly toxic.
The Healthy Home : Let’s Get Cooking (part 3) - The Making of a Meal - Death by Charring, A Sticky Situation
The way you cook your food involves more than just the potential loss of minerals. Some people may like the charbroiled taste, but there’s no question that overheating food—no matter what it is—may result in toxic compounds.
The Healthy Home : Let’s Get Cooking (part 2) - The Making of a Meal - Microwaving
This is an area of great confusion and debate. Some people love it and some hate it. And currently there’s just not enough science and information to declare a winner, so we’re going to give you both sides of the argument and let you decide.
The Healthy Home : Let’s Get Cooking (part 1) - The Making of a Meal - Slicing and Dicing
When it comes to slicing and dicing produce, the greater the surface exposure you create, the more key minerals and antioxidants you will lose. For example, slicing carrots in thin, diagonal pieces exposes a larger area of the carrot to the depleting effects of oxygen and to greater leaching through cooking.
When Should Your Baby Start Sleeping In The Crib?
Parents handle sleep habits of their babies in different ways. Some parents keep their baby in bed with them for many years; others have their baby sleep in the crib right from the start.
When Should You Wean Your Baby?
Whether you consider breastfeeding as the best way to feed your baby or you feel it is a great experience, weaning can cause anxiety for you. It is the end of one period and the beginning of another, because your baby starts getting the nutrition from sources other than breast milk.
Tips To Look After A Mother At Home After A Childbirth
There’re about 4 babies born every second, according to the website of the toy and special gift manufacturer, Happy Worker. The world is full with mothers who have to take care of their children by their own while getting recovered.
The Healthy Home : For the Love of Food (part 4) - Out of Balance - More Potassium, Less Salt, Balancing Good and Bad Fats
As bad as sodium can be for us, potassium provides a wide range of benefits that include helping to maintain a healthy blood pressure, rate of metabolism, and muscle strength as well as reducing the threats of anxiety, heart and kidney disorders, and stroke.
The Healthy Home : For the Love of Food (part 3) - Out of Balance - Acid/Alkaline Equilibrium
One of the most important homeostatic mechanisms in the body is the acid-alkaline balance, or pH. Our bodies work hard to maintain a blood pH between 7.35 and 7.45—ideally about 7.40, or slightly alkaline. This is the ideal pH for many of our enzyme systems to work well.
The Healthy Home : For the Love of Food (part 2) - Carbs Are Not Created Equal
Popular cereal brands may feature claims on their packaging about how beneficial their products are for heart health. They get away with this because manufacturers focus consumer attention on studies about fiber—which is good for the heart.
The Healthy Home : For the Love of Food (part 1) - Modern Dietary Pitfalls
Food is plentiful—at least in most developed nations. And for the most part, it’s cheap and easy to acquire. Yet we often are left feeling unsatisfied and wanting more. As a society, we’ve developed some serious misconceptions about what it means to “dine well.”
What Are The Causes Of Diaper Rash?
Diaper rash happens when the baby’s bottom becomes red as the skin in that area is infected. Though the diaper has been made in order to reduce this, exterior factors such as bacteria, sensitive skin and even food can cause diaper rash.
What Kind Of Music Helps Your Baby Sleep The Best?
A night's sleep is essential for the health of all children and adults, and music, if chosen properly, can help relax and make your baby ready to go to bed. The light, slow, rhythmic sounds that are often used in yoga and Thai Chi are ideal for bedtime, because they soothe and entrance the mind.
Ways To Teach Babies Not To Swallow Toothpaste
Spitting is usually an unacceptable habit that makes your baby have a problem, but brushing is the time that spitting is necessary. If your baby swallows too much fluoride when her permanent teeth are developing, it can cause discoloration in the teeth.
Ways To Respect Your Child’s Privacy
Many parents struggle with the need to protect their children while still respecting their privacy. However, when the safety is the most important thing, parents need to know how to give their children space in the established boundaries without damaging their trust.
 
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