Culinary art is the art of preparing and cooking foods.


  1. Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto

    In the '70s, with the advent of New American cooking, sun-dried tomato pesto became something of a cliche-and was summarily forgotten on the culinary landscape. It's well worth a revival, especially when you cut down the fat and add a little vinegar for a nice spike.

  2. Wild Rice Salad with Cranberries and Mint

    Elliott Prag, a cooking instructor at New York's Natural Gourmet Institute, offers a culinary history lesson with this recipe. It calls for wild rice, dried cranberries, and maple syrup--all of them indigenous to North America.

  3. Turkey Piccata

    This recipe updates a culinary classic by replacing traditional veal with tender, low-fat turkey breast tenderloin. It's a quick dinner that has just 148 calories per serving.

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  1. Lard Have Mercy! Bring on the Animal Fat

    Thu, 16 Aug 2012

    guessing we’d at least skip the butter, though.) There’s also a new book from Grit magazine called Lard: The Lost Art of Cooking with Your Grandmother’s Secret Ingredient , bursting with recipes for artery-clogging faves including fried chicken

  2. Salmon Leftovers = Super Simple Meals: Easy Does It

    Tue, 30 Jul 2013

    salmon also has more protein, less fat yet more healthy omega fatty acids. Salmon is not high in mercury. To master the art of cooking perfect salmon , be sure to follow these no-fail tips. As for the easy recipes that follow, they’re no-brainers

  3. Grow Your Own Culinary Herb Garden – Yard to Table

    Tue, 2 Jun 2015

    I mentioned several times during this ‘how to plant your own culinary herb garden’ video that I’d give a lot more specific information on the blog, but now that I’m here, I realize there’s not much more to tell you. Herbs are very easy to grow, and besides basil, which doesn't like to dry out, they only require occasional watering. Any well-drained soil will work, but your best bet is to grab a bag of ready-to-use planting mix. Feel free to double check with the person at the nursery, but it’s basically potting soil with benefits. And, I did say nursery. Drive the extra mile, and talk to people that just sell plants. I consider these herbs must-haves, but there are many more varieties you can try. I’ve done things like tarragon and cilantro in the past, and while they are a little more temperamental, they can be successfully cultivated. Nothing beats being able to go out into the garden, and just take a pinch of this and a pinch of that. When you consider the cost of one of these plants is just a little more than for a single bunch at the market, why not have a few pots around, even if they’re on the windowsill? I hope you plant your garden soon. Enjoy! NOTE: I’m not a gardening expert, so asking me specific question about soil types and weather issues will result in many a guess. My advice would be to use this video as an inspiration, and then check out some local gardening websites.

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  1. Mastering the Basics: How to Torch a Creme Brulee

    Thu, 15 May 2014

    Learn how to use a small butane torch to get the perfect, melted sugar topping on a crème brulee. It's a great way to show off your culinary skills for dinner guests!

  2. How to Make Chutney

    Wed, 14 Dec 2011

    Learn how to make chutney, and you've got a secret weapon in your culinary arsenal! Create a baked brie appetizer, use it as a glaze on chicken, or use it as a condiment for pork.

Food Blogs We Love

  1. #BetterBurgerProject: Chef Brian Jupiter

    Tue, 21 Jul 2015

    Louisiana, Chef Brian Jupiter knew at an early age that the culinary arts would be a part of his life. The aroma from Jupiter ..... University in Miami, Florida and earned degrees in Culinary Arts and Food and Beverage Management. After graduation

  2. #BetterBurgerProject: Meet Chef Michael Kornick

    Mon, 29 Jun 2015

    Restaurants, is a nationally recognized leader in the culinary arts . Kornick works with the freshest seasonal ingredients ..... beer list How did you get started in the restaurant/ culinary industry? I was lucky enough to be given an opportunity

  3. day twenty - italian desserts

    Mon, 8 Aug 2011

    Note: For six weeks, July 5 - August 11, I will be enrolled in the culinary arts cooking and pastry/baking certificate programs at Boston University. Cooking is Monday and Tuesday, baking is Wednesday and

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How To

  1. Taste of Home - Mushrooms Every Day Every Way Recipe Contest

    Sat, 1 Jan 2000

    of three grand prizes of a trip to take cooking classes at Culinary Institute of America or weekly random-draw prizes of a Weber ..... and a trip for two for a premier chef's experience at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA). The prize includes vouchers

  2. Mushrooms Every Day Every Way Recipe Contest

    Sat, 1 Jan 2000

    of three grand prizes of a trip to take cooking classes at Culinary Institute of America or weekly random-draw prizes of a Weber ..... a trip for 2 including a premier chef's experience at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA).

  3. Vegetarian Times: Chefs' Challenge

    Sat, 1 Jan 2000

    Calling all budding chefs ...Vegetarian Times is looking for the culinary stars of 2010 -- up-and-coming chefs who can take their talent, skills, and culinary training to create delicious vegetarian recipes. If you're graduating

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