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Aerosols – Classification and Danger

Pressurized deodorants, insecticides, medicinal sprays, spray paint cans, cooking spray etc. are called aerosols. Norwegian engineer Erik Rotheim patented the first aerosol can way back in 1927. 644 more words


Orange Poppy Seed Bread

This is a takeoff from the Pillsbury Orange-sicle Cake Mix.

I have made it a dozen times and it never lasts long.

One package of Pillsbury Orange-sicle Cake Mix. 139 more words


Is this the new (and possibly crazy) cooking trend?

Of late, an unsettling practice has been going on in kitchens across America and possibly even the entire world. However, this new trend is unacceptable. If you are doing this when you cook, then I must insist you cease at once. 434 more words

Food & Nutrition

Crustless Broccoli and Cheese Quiche

A local restaurant makes a great broccoli and parmesan quiche. I’ve looked up this one so I can take a stab at making my own. 144 more words


Garlic Rice with Grilled Peppers & Onions with Tuna Cheddar Biscuits

Came out really fantastic and the prep work I did last night, made making this really EZ!

Recipe proportions will be coming tomorrow!

The cooked short grain rice, free range chicken broth, grilled red and green peppers and onions, dolphin safe tuna, California garlic powder and sea salt. 146 more words


Eco-Saturday: Ditch the cooking spray

Let’s be honest: Cooking spray is one of the most convenient kitchen tools ever invented. Yeah, it’s laced with weird chemicals. Yeah, sometimes you can sort of taste them if you use too much of it. 317 more words