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|SweetWaterTodd||East Side Green Market||1||Oct 30 2012, 10:00 AM EDT by foodrecipes10|
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The East Side Green Markets kicks off this Saturday June 18th in the Beans & Barley parking lot 10 am - 2 pm. Come on down! http://www.theeastside.org/categories/10-green-market
|foodrecipes10||What Is Soul Food?||0||Oct 30 2012, 12:53 AM EDT by foodrecipes10|
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The term “soul food” is used to refer to a type of cuisine that is associated with African-American culture in the southern United States. Recipes for chicken fried steak, cracklins, hoghead cheese, chitterlings, Hoppin’ John, and other popular soul food dishes were first created by slaves who needed to cook hearty and substantial meals to enjoy after a long day of strenuous physical labor. After President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in 1865, soul food became an inexpensive way for the newly freed slaves to feed their families as they struggled to build a new life.
<a href="http://www.foodrecipes24.com/indian-food-recipes/sanjeev-kapoor-recipes.html">Sanjeev Kapoor Recipes</a>
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|foodrecipes10||What are Alternatives to Cooking Oil?||0||Oct 30 2012, 12:50 AM EDT by foodrecipes10|
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Coking oil is an important addition to many recipes. Many baking recipes require this ingredient, while several other recipes call for using it in the pan that will be used for cooking. Unfortunately, this material is high in fat and is not the healthiest ingredient to add to a recipe. Thankfully, there are many available alternatives to it.
Many recipes, particularly baking recipes, require adding baking oil to the pan in order to prevent sticking. In order to avoid adding this extra fat to the dish, a non-stick cooking spray is an excellent alternative. It prevents sticking, yet eliminates the unwanted fat and calories associated with cooking oil. Care must be taken, however, to avoid using too much of this spray on a pan. Otherwise, non-stick cooking sprays can add more fat to the recipe than using traditional cooking oil. Only a thin layer of non-stick cooking spray is necessary.
[url=http://www.foodrecipes24.com/indian-food-recipes/sanjeev-kapoor-recipes.html]Sanjeev Kapoor Recipes[/url]
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