Looking to give something different this year?

Make your own themed gift baskets We all go through the usual holiday gift-giving dilemma: What to give that will be appreciated but not too expensive. Well, we have a few ideas.  In previous years we’ve talked about homemade holiday food gifts like easy hot chocolate mix, infused oils, flavored spirits and the usual cookie […]

Time For Thanksgiving Planning

During the coming weeks, we will be re-posting some of our classic Thanksgiving related articles and advice.

Recipe: Easy Cinnamon Raisin Scones

Scones have enjoyed increasing popularity in the U. S. because of their not-too-sweet character. This Scottish quick bread is particularly popular in the English-speaking world’s afternoon snack, cream tea.

Happy Labor Day!

The Bachelor’s Kitchen want to hope you have a good day honoring our country’s workers. We know a lot of you will be celebrating with a season ending cookout or barbecue. Make it a good one. And tell us about your holiday by leaving a comment by the link below or on our Contact Us […]

Why White Rice & Flour?

Brown rice and whole wheat contain fat that can spoil in a relatively short amount of time.

Menudo Is In!

Menudo is made with tripe, or cow’s stomach lining. It’s usually a weekend and holiday dish and is sometimes touted as a hangover cure.

Things Your Kitchen Needs

One of the things we’ve noticed in cooking is that often we need the same equipment for more than one job when making a meal.

Things To Remove From the Kitchen

There are things a kitchen can do without, like rarely used tools or appliances. What else needs to be removed from the kitchen?

Pantry Basics

I have always maintained that any well-stocked kitchen should have at least three kinds of salt, three kinds of oil and three kinds of vinegar.

Cooking Rice

Rice is one of the best staple foods we can eat. It is easy to digest, easy to cook, and gentle on your body’s systems.