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3 Ways To Use Chipotle In Your Cooking

Posted by on Oct 30, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Chipotles sound fancy, but they are simply jalapeno peppers that have been dried and smoked. The resulting product has a subtle heat with a hint of smokiness that is particularly popular to use in Mexican cuisine. You can easily add chipotle to your cooking with store-bought diced chilies or ground chipotle powder. Here are three ways to use this interesting, tasty spice in your cooking. Substitute for Chili Powder or Taco Seasoning The taste of chipotle is close to that of traditional chili powder, which tends to be made of a mix of cayenne...

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Four Traditional Holiday Desserts For Your Next Party

Posted by on Oct 30, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you’re planning a Christmas party this year, invite your guests to enjoy some traditional holiday desserts. Some of them require a little skill and time to make, but the results will have your guests impressed and begging for seconds. 1. Fruit Cake  Nothing says Christmas like a fruit cake. However, in the United States, the traditional dessert has become a bit of a joke. However, you can change guests’ misconceptions about fruit cake by offering a homemade one or one mail-ordered from a reputable company. This rich and...

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Four Tips For Storing Chocolate Long After It’s Gifted To You

Posted by on Oct 29, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Chocolate is a natural and tasty gift for almost any occasion. But if you’ve just been gifted a box of valuable chocolate, you’re probably at a loss as to how much you should eat now and how much you should try to store for later. Luckily, with the help of these four tips, there’s no reason that chocolate has to be more difficult to store than anything else. Don’t Refrigerate While refrigeration will slightly improve the shelf life of your chocolate, it’ll severely impact flavor. Especially for dark chocolate and...

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