Kitchen Basics: Bakeware

There are two basics I think every kitchen needs: a cookie sheet or baking sheet and a baking dish or casserole.

Keep A Healthy, Affordable Pantry

Many people think eating healthy means spending more money. But that doesn’t have to be true. You can stock some very affordable items in your pantry without turning to cheap processed food.

Keep Your Wine In Good Shape

Keep your wine in the best possible quality.

Make Your Own Salad Dressings

One of the easiest, most versatile dressings is Honey Mustard. Not only is this good on salads, but it’s great with chicken breasts, vegetables, pork and fish.

Pantry Basics: Dry Ingredients

There are certain dry ingredients you need to have in your pantry.

Pantry Basics: Cooking Oils

I maintain that any well stocked kitchen should have three kinds of salt, three kinds of vinegar and three kinds of cooking oil. And now we’re going to look at those oil choices.

Coffee Talk – Part 5: More Brewing

My first exposure to coffee besides the always-on percolator in my family’s kitchen was the amazing coffee my father produced when we were on camping trips.

Pantry Basics: In the Refrigerator

These are all pantry items that will need replenishment whether you use them or not.

Pantry Basics: Roots

Root vegetables can keep for several months in a cool, dark environment. Every kitchen should have at least a few basics in their pantry.

Pantry Basics: In The Freezer

The freezer is one of The Bachelor’s Kitchen’s best friends. It enables you to have quality meat and vegetables at any time.