How to cook “american Style”

Cheese burger with homemade cold slaw

Since America is a melting pot like cheese fondue we cook everything from around the globe in our kitchens. So if you learn the fundamentals or cooking basics in theory you should be able to cook anything.

Here is the best place on this site to find out “HOW TO COOK” the recipes that are going to be added through the upcoming year. As I write my new cookbook you will find the new posts as pages here on how to cook everything I make from breakfast to dinner. I will even include Appetizers for a party to desserts.

Each article below maybe from a different section of the cookbook as it probably wouldn’t be practical for me to cook breakfast for dinner or make beef seven nights in a row. As I go through the entire year cooking I will place up all the recipes for the things I cook in the recipe section but here I will explain in detail how to prepare as many of the recipes I can while writing the new “How too cook” book. It would be better still to have video links but alas I can NOT spend my entire day in the kitchen or on this. I do have a real job and plenty of “chores” around the old homestead to keep me busy. THIS (cooking) is my hobby and my passion. I am here to share the fun of cooking, eating and drinking!

Chili Recipe

Let me begin by apologizing for being gone so long. Yes, I have been cooking. It just has not been anything new. I have not been sleeping well and have been rather tired. I even did take out once or three times. I will hopefully be cooking some new things this weekend. Let’s see how … Continue reading Chili Recipe

Ma’s Apple Pie

One of my first childhood memories of cooking was this recipe. It was not actually taught to me by my mother, although I remember her in the kitchen, it was my sister who first taught me how to make this beloved apple pie. She loved this apple pie SO much she even ate it for … Continue reading Ma’s Apple Pie

My Return from Boston

Some of you may be wondering where I have been for the past 4 days. Well, I took a trip up to Boston (from Long Island). I love this city and now is one of the best times of year to go. However, I didn’t know the Boston Marathon was going to be going on. … Continue reading My Return from Boston

GERMAN POTATO DUMPLINGS

Special Implements: Ricer INGREDIENTS: 3 POUNDS OF POATOES 3 TABLESPOONS BUTTER 1 1/2 CUPS CORN STARCH 3 EGGS 1 TSP SALT 1/2 TSP WHITE PEPPER DIRECTIONS: Cook 3 pounds of peeled potatoes until tender. Cool to room temp. Use ricer and rice potatoes. The cover and refrigerate overnight. The next day mix potatoes with the, … Continue reading GERMAN POTATO DUMPLINGS

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