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Here are the top ten articles for the Home Cooking Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Beef & Pork Roasting Charts
Roasting times for the most popular cuts of beef and pork + braising less tender cuts of beef
2. Christmas Fruitcake Recipes
Fruitcake at Christmas time is an old holiday tradition. Here´s two recipes for fruitcake that won´t be used as doorstops.
3. How Much? How Many?
How many crackers in the crust? How many bananas in the cake? Will one box of brown sugar be enough?
4. Successful Home Canning
Here´s my easy to follow guide with the basics you need to know for successful home canning..
5. Homemade Waffles
Waffles drenched in syrup are a traditional brunch and breakfast favorite, but waffles can also be a delicious part of any meal.
6. Ornaments from the Kitchen
Trim your Christmas tree with homemade ornaments from your kitchen - Cinnamon Dough Ornaments, Salt Dough Ornaments, and traditional Gingerbread People.
7. The Turkey Stuffing
The stuffing for your Thanksgiving feast can be baked inside the turkey or in a casserole dish. Because there´s an increased risk of foodborne illness when stuffing is baked in a turkey, here´s some things to remember if you still prefer stuffing made this traditional way - Stuffing recipes too!
8. Chicken Pot Pie or Chicken & Dumplings - Pennsylvania Dutch Style
Pennsylvania Dutch Pot Pie is really not a pie. It´s a delicious thick chicken stew, similar to Chicken and Dumplings, but made with square pot pie noodles instead of the dumplings. Use ready made noodles or make them from scratch with this easy recipe.
9. Food Safety Handling and the Home Cook
Food safety handling and sanitation isn't a standard that only professional kitchens live by, this should also be practiced by the home cook. Let's take a deeper look into our home kitchens, you may be surprised at what you will find.
10. About the Ham
How do you choose the best ham? Should you buy fully cooked or uncooked, wet-cured or dry cured, bone-in, semi-boneless or boneless. Will you get a whole ham, a shank half, a butt half, or a canned ham?
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