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Need a New Recipe?

from: Charles Kassotis

Are you tired of cooking the same old food day after day? Is
your freezer stocked with the usual items of hamburger, chicken,
and roast? Do the kids clamor to eat out rather than enjoy one
of your home-cooked meals? If so, you may be searching for new
recipes that will tempt their palates and make cooking for you
more of a hobby and less of a chore. But you don't have to
invest in expensive cookbooks or dig out old family favorites.
Just visit a few reader-friendly Internet sites to find
delicious dishes you can prepare for family and friends.

How does key lime yogurt mousse sound? What about four-cheese
Mexican tortilla appetizers? Wouldn't you love to be able to
whip up an exotic beverage, entrée, side dish, or dessert and
impress your mother-in-law or coworkers? You won't need to pay
an arm and a leg, either. Many recipes are based on inexpensive
ingredients and easy-to-follow directions so you don't spend
half the day in your kitchen trying to figure out why the recipe
isn't working right. Another bonus is that you won't have to
worry about spilling things on your recipe card and soiling it;
you can store recipes in your computer's hard drive or on a CD,
and simply print a copy when needed. If it becomes worn, torn,
or frayed, you can print another one.

Even if you have never tried making appetizers before, instead
opting for the frozen or carryout variety, you can now study
hundreds of free recipes and try those that sound the best or
create your own based on ingredients or processes described in
the online variety. On some Websites you can search by
ingredients, food group, or popular diets to find the best food
items to fit your special needs. If the kids won't eat carrots
but you feel these veggies are important, look up a half-dozen
recipes that tell you how to chop, grate, blend, or bake carrots
into a palatable dish your little ones will enjoy.

Cooking websites come in a variety of flavors nowadays. You can
find coupons, shopping tips, food preservation and preparation
guidelines, and toll-free telephone numbers for helpful
information like turkey cooking times or food poisoning
prevention. There are even cooking demonstration videos
accompanied by print instructions to guide you through the
process of making a delicious new eatable. Those with health
concerns or shoppers looking for certain ingredients can find
ready help at some of these cooking sites, including food for
diabetics, overweight persons, and pregnant or nursing women or
the elderly.

Put away your recipe cards and turn on your computer for an
eye-popping look at what's happening in the cyber kitchen! Stop
fretting over tonight's dinner or the weekend neighborhood
barbecue since you now have a world of recipes and expert advice
from world-renowned chefs. Let your fingers do the walking
before they start the cooking!

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