Learn about common uses of apple cider vinegar

It is known that there are several recent studies that have shown the importance of using apple cider vinegar in the kitchen, healthy cooking and other things, as it has been proven that apple cider vinegar helps purify the digestive system because it contains beneficial bacteria, in addition to i

How to clean oven eyes

There are many household appliances in the kitchen, and perhaps one of the most important, prominent and most used is the oven (gas), as it is the element used to prepare and prepare meals and sweets on the table, and it is also the first device to be exposed to dirt, especially oven eyes, here ar

Ways of keeping mint fresh all year long

For lovers of mint tea, and fresh green mint drink, you can keep it fresh throughout the year, by following these following methods. And Chef Najla Al-Sharshaby revealed how to preserve fresh mint. Preserving mint green: First method:Wash fresh mint leaves well to get rid of clay residue.Drain

Tricks for getting rid of stains on kitchen towels depending on the type of stain

Kitchen towels or kitchen towels are an indispensable ingredient in any kitchen, some are used for drying hands and others for drying utensils, and there are also cleaning towels and pot holders. It is necessary, on a regular basis, to take care to keep all the various towels used clean in order

Are Vegetable and Fruit Slicers Really Practical?

There are a lot of fruit and vegetable slicers filling the market, and every day companies innovate new tools, once the strawberry leaf removal tool, once again to remove cherry seeds, and third to dig pepper. But the question is, are these tools really practical? Does the task of chopping vegetab

April Valencia’s Homemade Pink Tortillas Are the Feel-Good Treat of the Summer

April Valencia can still remember the smell of fresh tortillas roasting over the wood-burning stove in her grandmother’s kitchen in Arizona. “There was always a big ball of masa in a beautiful ceramic bowl with linen covering it,” the Los Angeles-based photographer and chef recal

An easy recipe to make delicious baked fish

Cooking fish for 10 minutes per inch of thickness is an old rule of thumb that works perfectly when roasting fillets or steaks. It’s just enough time to cook the flesh through so that it’s opaque, but not so much that it flakes. The only hitch comes with fillets that are uneven. Use yo

Pour thing: what different soy sauces are used for, and which to buy

During the Han dynasty, more than 2,000 years ago, there was a great division: what had been a singular fermented condiment made of fish and soy, used to stretch out that precious commodity salt, became two. One emerged as fish sauce and the other, soy sauce. From there they diverged dramatically a

Six tiny little tips to improve your cooking

Learning to cook is a constant process. Some parts are big blocks of information you use once in a while, such as learning how to fillet a fish or debone a chicken, but others are just tiny little bits of knowledge that sit in your brain, and that you use just about every single time you step into

French macarons, from a Saudi chef

From pastry chef to CEO of the Saudi Culinary Arts Commission, cook Mayada Badr is on a mission to highlight the Kingdom’s food and put it on the global map. “My ambition is to bring light to our strategy and elevate the culinary arts industry in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and also int

Almost everything you know about cheese is wrong

A bag of pre-shredded cheese from the supermarket can really come in handy if you’re in a hurry and looking for a quick fix of salt and fat. Unfortunately, many pre-shredded cheeses also come with a dose of cellulose, which is essentially wood pulp. It sounds scarier than it is: cellulose is a

Brilliant breakfasts: 10 delicious, healthy ways to start the day – from shakshuka to pancakes

Breakfast used to be the easiest meal of the day. Everyone ate whatever they had time for (which, on a regular day, would be toast or nothing). None of us had to think too much, because even if you didn’t stay full until lunch time, you would probably be working and have to wait to take your b

Here's What That Drawer Under Your Oven Is Really For

Tucked underneath most ovens is a spacious drawer, though it is sometimes easy to forget. While plenty of oven models have this extra space, what exactly its purpose is remains a source of contention in the cooking community. It's even so widely argued that there's a dedicated Snopes page for the is

3 stylish ways to personalize your kitchen

From cooking to conversing to entertaining, the kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s also a space that homeowners often dream of renovating. A growing trend in kitchen design is personalization, where thoughtful updates go beyond stainless-steel appliances and standard cabinetry to incorpo

Is corn a fruit, a vegetable, or a grain?

We all know the is-a-tomato-a-fruit debate (correct answer: yes, but you still shouldn’t put it in a fruit salad). Now we’d like to bring you a whole new botanical question you never knew you had: Is corn a fruit or a vegetable—or is it a grain?   The answer is more techni

Why does spicy food feel hot?

If you’ve ever had delicious Mexican street food, eaten a big platter of Buffalo wings or been to an Indian restaurant, you’re more than familiar with the experience of getting a runny nose, watery eyes, burning tongue and even sweating that comes with eating spicy food. But why does you

How to make your kitchen look sleek and elegant

  Research has shown that spending more time in your kitchen could also benefit your health and the health of your family. According to one Cambridge study, your longevity increases when you cook at home more frequently. For this reasons, it is imperative that you ensure your kitchen in attra

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