No Stuffing, Please!

I beg you, don’t stuff your turkey. Do a dressing on the side. It will taste better and be far safer to eat.

Your Blog Dollars At Work

I promised a few weeks ago that we would be making some improvements to The Bachelor’s Kitchen. While this will be an ongoing project, we’ve begun with an update of the About Me And This Blog page.

Thanksgiving Only A Month Away

If you live alone, don’t be afraid to make something else. Turkey may be traditional, but you’d be better off with something smaller rather than rely on a frozen dinner or one of those processed turkey loaves swimming in salt-laden gravy.

Vegetable Cooking: Brussels Sprouts

These mini-cabbages get their name from being heavily cultivated in the area of Northern Europe now called Belgium. They prefer cooler weather, but not cold.

Vegetable Cooking: Broccoli

There’s more than one way to cook a vegetable. As we continue our series of posts about cooking vegetables, it’s time to look at one of the most popular green veggies in the produce aisle.

Vegetable Cooking: Beets

One of the remarkable things about the beet is that almost everything can be eaten.

Kitchen Intermediates – Part 1: Dutch Oven

There are three basic types of dutch ovens, only one of which is a true dutch oven. Most dutch ovens are really just big pots.

Vegetable Cooking: Artichokes

Many of you may not be that familiar with cooking vegetables. So, here are some ideas. We’ll be looking at how to cook several common vegetables over the next several posts.

Pork Chop Night

We had some pork chops in the freezer. We also had lots of russet potatoes. Broccoli and button mushrooms were on sale. Sounds like the makings of a dinner to me.

Skillet Salmon And Vegetables

Salmon is one of America’s favorite fish. It’s easy to cook and it has a meaty flavor that appeals to our meat-heavy tastes. Sadly, the popularity of salmon means it is being overfished in the wild. Many environmentalists believe some species of salmon could even go extinct. Some foodies complain that farm-raised salmon just doesn’t […]