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Edgestar 26 Bottle dual zone Stainless Steel built-in wine cooler – cwr262dz

Model: EdgeStar CWR262DZ 15 inch 26 Bottle Built In Wine Cooler Type: Undercounter built-in, compressor based wine cooler. External Dim (without handle): 32″ H X15″ W X23 3/4″ D External Dim (with handle): 32″ H X 15″ W X 25 3/4″ D Capability and … Continue reading

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NewAir AWR 280E 28 bottle thermoelectric wine cooler Review

Model – Capacity: NewAir AWR 280E 28 bottle thermoelectric wine cellar Type: Free Standing thermoelectric system Temp Zone: Single zone cooling Dimension: 17.00″L X 20.00″W X 28.75″H Capability and concept: This small NewAir AWR 280E thermoelectric utilizes compressor-free air conditioning device– the outcome is actually a … Continue reading

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Danby DWC612BLP 75 Bottle Wine Cooler

Are you exhausted of your tiny white wine colder, and also you are actually appearing for one thing bigger as well as better? You could be actually intrigued in the Danby DWC612BLP 75-Bottle Wine Cooler. Explanation of the Danby DWC612BLP … Continue reading

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Beer-Battered Coconut Shrimp

Steamed or pan fried or scampi or any way you like it, there’s a lot of good ways to cook shrimp. But if you’re feeling more adventurous, shrimp dipped in a beer batter, rolled in coconut then fried, this is … Continue reading

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(Leftover) Turkey Tetrazzini

Another idea for leftover turkey. How about it? That is if you still have leftover turkey like I do. Actually, for my family, we purposely bought a bigger turkey this year just so we have leftover to use for soup, … Continue reading

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Spaghetti Carbonara

Serves 4Print Ingredients 1 lb dry spaghetti 8-10 ounces of bacon or pancetta, cubed or cut into small strips 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil half of a small onion, chopped finely 3 large eggs 1 c grated Parmigiano-Reggiano, plus more … Continue reading

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Kale & Cheese Stuffed Pasta Shells

I love that I have something really good in this recipe, besides the cheeses – Kale, that’s what I’m talking about. If you never had this super health food, try adding it in your pasta and just like me you … Continue reading

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Pasta Alla Puttanesca

Pasta Alla Puttanesca, wow, sounds like out of this world isn’t it? But don’t be fooled. It is nothing but a sumptuous pasta dish made with a mixture of olive oil, anchovies, tomatoes, garlic, capers and olives.  And my version … Continue reading

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To chop, to dice, to mince-prepping your ingredients

It dawned on me that it is very important to teach my readers a few basic ways to prepare ingredients for cooking. Most importantly, how to cut or slice them. I realized that if I want  to help someone who … Continue reading

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Pork Chop & Wild Rice Casserole

A one-dish meal that is perfect for supper. Very easy to make.Here you go:Sprinkle salt and pepper on both sides of pork chops.Brown both sides of pork chops in oil. Set aside. In a large bowl, mix Uncle Ben’s rice … Continue reading

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