Month: December 2020

3 Sweet Corn Recipes

Sweet corn may be enjoyed on the side but you can use it many different ways. Try these three delicious recipes, courtesy of Culinary. Sweet Corn with Southern BBQ Butter Yield: 4 servings 1/4 cup of your favorite barbecue sauce (sweet, spicy, etc.) 1/4 stick butter 4 ears fresh Florida sweet corn, shucked Kosher salt and fresh ground pepper Chives, for garnish Preheat oven broiler on high. Add barbecue sauce

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The Oven Shopping Guide

A wall oven is a great alternative to a standard range oven. These ovens make it easier to place and remove heavy food items. Here’s everything you should know if you find yourself in the market for a wall oven. Price. The price of a wall oven can vary anywhere from $700 on an entry-level oven to $3,500 or more for a double wall oven with convection heating. Size. Wall

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Save Time Peeling Potatoes Like This

Peeling potatoes may not be a hassle when there’s just a few. Add a couple dozen and you may be in a time crunch trying to get through them all. Follow this one trick to speed the entire process along and make life a whole lot easier. You may be boiling your potatoes after washing and peeling, but try boiling them before (or par-boil if you’ll be cooking them later

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The Health Benefits of Red Wine

The science has spoken. It may be beneficial to consume red wine, in moderation of course. Here’s some of the key benefits you should know about to feel better the next time you open up a bottle. May Protect Your Heart A recent review has linked drinking red wine to a lower risk of developing heart disease. The research however does not link the direct act of drinking with the

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The Healthiest Low-Sugar Fruits You Should Eat

Skipping fruit may seem like the newest trend to cut out sugar, but some fruits actually contain valuable vitamins, minerals and antioxidants we need. On average only one in 10 adults get enough fruits and veggies needed in a balanced diet. This can increase risk for chronic illnesses like diabetes and heart disease. If you’re looking to cut back on carbs and higher-sugar fruits, look to these fruits instead. Strawberries.

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Twice Baked Potatoes Recipe

Ingredients: 4 large russet potatoes, about a pound each Extra virgin olive oil 1/2 cup sour cream 1/2 cup milk 2 tablespoons butter, softened 1 tablespoon cream Stuffing Option 1: Cheddar and Bacon 1 cup grated cheddar cheese 4 strips bacon 1/4 cup chopped green onion Stuffing Option 2: Blue Cheese and Chives 1 cup crumbled blue cheese 1/4 cup chopped fresh chives 1/2 teaspoon salt Directions Bake the potatoes:

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A Reminder to Throw Out That Sponge

Sponges are a hotspot for bacteria and can make you sick if you’re not careful. You may think if something is dirty then you should clean it right? With sponges, that’s not the case. It’s best to replace your sponge instead of attempting to clean it. Here’s why. You might have heard the cleaning tip to microwave your sponge to kill off bacteria. However, this isn’t as effective as you

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Product Alert: the UC36 and UMC36 Range Hoods

Our UC and UMC range hoods are getting a new larger model with the UC36 and UMC36! These models are 36 inches wide to handle larger spaces and plenty of cooking. Go beyond basic air filtration with these range hoods. Between these elegant units, you have the choice of either a sleek touchscreen with backlit display on the UMC36 or push button controls on the UC36. 380 CFM is available

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Gingerbread Hot Chocolate Recipe

Every holiday season, there’s nothing like relaxing and sipping on a hot chocolate to wrap up the evening. Try this recipe we’re sure you’ll love. Ingredients: 6 cups milk ¼ cup Dutch-process cocoa powder ¼ cup sugar 2 tablespoons molasses 3 teaspoons ground ginger 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon ½ teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg ¼ teaspoon allspice 7 ounces good quality milk chocolate, chopped Whipped cream, for serving Mini marshmallows, for

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Wishing You a Very Merry Christmas, From Cosmo

This holiday season has proven to be unlike any other. Here at Cosmo we wish you and your families a safe and happy holidays. We look forward to what the next year will hold and hope to continue to bring everyone together in the kitchen.

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