Marinades 101
Apr 19, 16
 

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Arkansas farmers are some the best in the world. Cattle, pork and poultry farmers provide a reliable, safe source of the very best meat for people not only in Arkansas, but around the world. One way to make a delicious meal is by marinating Arkansas-grown meat. Marinating is soaking meats or vegetables in a mixture of oil, an acid...

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The Skinny on Fats
Jan 05, 16
 

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Fats and oils for cooking are a hot topic these days. There’re so many different types that it can be overwhelming to choose the right fat or oil for the job. Here’s a list of my favorites to point you in the right direction. Top Fats and Oils for the Job: Sautéing: My go-to oil is olive oil. I also love butter or...

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Taking Care of Your Knives {Kitchen Tip Tuesday}

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by Arkansas Women Bloggers member Mary Wood of Run of the Mill Mary As you prepare for holiday cooking, it’s important to have all the necessary cutlery to prepare the meal for the big day. Crucial tools for any meal are properly cared-for and sharpened kitchen knives. Here are some tips for taking care of your knives. DO: •...

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Basic Guide to Salts {Holiday Cooking Tips}

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by Arkansas Women Blogger member Mary Wood of Run of the Mill Mary Growing up, we kept three types of salt in our house: iodized table salt, ice cream salt and Epsom salt. I never imagined all the salt possibilities available now. Here’s a basic guide to different kinds of salt and how to use them. Table Salt: Mined from the...

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Summer Bounty Still Going Strong

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There’s a real thing called season fatigue. It happens when we enter a season full of excitement about what lies ahead, ready to fully embrace everything it has to offer and suddenly it happens. Fatigue sets it. We get tired and ready for something new. Are you feeling summer fatigue? Dreaming of boots, warm sweaters and pumpkin...

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Freezing Corn on the Cob {Kitchen Tip Tuesday}

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by Arkansas Women Bloggers member Mary Wood of  Run of the Mill Mary. Aw, Shucks! It’s Corn Picking Time! It’s corn picking time in Arkansas and that means that fresh, juicy, sweet Arkansas corn can be found at your local farmers market, you-pick-it farm, or right in your own backyard! Many of our local grocery stores are also...

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