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Few cuisines are as beloved as barbecue. Barbecue aficionados will travel far and wide to try a new barbecue joint, but those who can handle a grill need not leave their properties to whip up a delicious meal. The following recipe for "Barbecued Shrimp" from Neal Corman's "Virgil's Barbecue Road Trip Cookbook" (St. Martin's Press) is flavorful and simple, making it an ideal meal for barbecue fans who enjoy making their own meals.

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The right appetizer can add style and substance to homecooked meals. Hosts who want to impress their guests with a delicious first course can try the following recipe for "Finger-Lickin' Shrimp" courtesy of Bob Blumer's "Surreal Gourmet Bites" (Chronicle).

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Flavorful Shrimp Makes an Ideal App

Thursday, 16 February 2017

The right appetizer can add style and substance to homecooked meals. Hosts who want to impress their guests with a delicious first course can try the following recipe for "Finger-Lickin' Shrimp" courtesy of Bob Blumer's "Surreal Gourmet Bites" (Chronicle).

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Oysters are a go-to delicacy for many people. Those who have never tasted fresh oysters may initially find the texture somewhat unsettling, prompting them to steer clear of oysters in the future.

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Grilling Not Exclusive to Summer

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Grilling is often associated with summertime soirées with friends and family in the backyard. But truly devoted grillmasters see no reason why the grill can't be fired up year-round.

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Try Something New in the Kitchen

Thursday, 05 January 2017

Trying new recipes is part of the joy of cooking for many amateur and even professional cooks and chefs. Oftentimes, fun can be had when trying foreign cuisine that's not easily found at grocery stores or nearby restaurants. Those who want to try a taste of Vietnamese from the comforts of home can indulge in the following recipe for "Fried Glass Noodles with Fish or Eel (Mien Xao Luon)" from "Vietnamese Home Cooking" (Periplus) by Robert Carmack, Didier Corlou and Nguyen Thanh Van.

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Slow cooking has become very popular in recent years. The convenience of slow cooking, which allows home cooks to begin preparing meals in the morning or afternoon and then enjoy a delicious dinner without having to put in much work after a day at the office, no doubt plays a big role in that popularity.

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Hosting for the holidays comes with many responsibilities. One of the biggest such responsibilities is feeding guests. While turkey may be the go-to entrée at the holiday dinner table, hosts have a little more leeway with regard to appetizers and snacks served before the meal.

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Host a Delicious Holiday Brunch

Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Many people host friends and family during the holiday season. Holiday dinners may garner the bulk of hosts' attention, but overnight guests need to eat breakfast and lunch as well. Brunch can save hosts some work and give families a great opportunity to break bread without some of the formalities that may accompany holiday dinners. This holiday season, consider serving this ideal brunch recipe for "Farfalle with Crabmeat, Asparagus, Scrambled Eggs, Garlic, and Herbs" from Norman Kolpas' "Buongiorno! Breakfast and Brunch, Italian Style" (Contemporary Books).

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Many people may feel Japanese cuisine can only be enjoyed in Japan or out on the town. But those with access to the bevy of ingredients in Japanese dishes like "Seared Autumn Bonito Sashimi With Apple Mustard Dressing" from Takashi Sugimoto and Marcia Iwatate's "Shunju: New Japanese Cuisine" (Peripplus) can enjoy Japanese cuisine in the comforts of home.

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