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Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Serve A Pizza Right Way

Pizza is a favorite dish amongst kids and adults. It's tasty and convenient and in some cases, selected as a healthy alternative. However you serve a pizza (cold or hot, loaded with toppings or with just cheese and thick or thin crust) you're sure to enjoy this tasty food.

Firstly, determine how many guests you will be serving pizza for. A typical medium-sized pizza slices into eight slices and can comfortably serve two to three people.

Then, decide what type of pizza you're going to be serving. The most basic kind is just cheese but you can add as many toppings as you would like, depending on the preferences of your guests. Since pizzas are so versatile, you can serve pizzas of different types to be sure everyone's taste is satisfied.

Bake the pizza according to the instructions on the box. Or, if you pick up the pizza from a take-out restaurant, keep the pizza warm by placing the box in a cold oven with the pizza remaining in its delivery box.

Remove the pizza from its box and warm it in the oven just before serving it. Do this by placing the pizza on the top rack of the oven and on low for about 10 to 12 minutes.

Starting at one side of the pizza, slice the pizza using a pizza wheel and move the wheel straight across from one side to the next. Turn the pizza to the opposite side of where you made the first cut with the wheel do the same on this side, and then again twice on each side where it hasn't been cut. You should end up with eight similar slices of pizza.

Lastly, serve the pizza immediately to avoid letting it get cold.

Relevents Tips
Do not place the pizza in the box in the oven with the oven on. This could possibly cause the box to catch fire.

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posted by Mr FX_is @ 12:27 AM   2 comments
Saturday, March 28, 2009
Desert again!
Easy Made Banana Pudding

You'll learn how to make easy Banana Pudding that takes about 20minutes to prepare without the assistance of a stove Serves 12-15

The Ingredients:
  • 1- 3 3/4oz Box of instant Banana Pudding
  • 1- 3 3/4oz Box of instatnt Vanilla Pudding
  • 2 tsb of banana flavor extract
  • Milk use either Vitamin D, 2%, or Non-Fat
  • 1 Box of Vanilla Wafers
  • 4 Medium Bananas
  • Crumbs from the bottom of the Vanilla Waffer bag

Step 1:Add 1- 3 3/4oz box of instant vanilla pudding, 1- 3 3/4oz box of instant banana pudding to large mixing bowl. Follow the directions for on the side of the instant pudding box for mixing. Once pudding is mixed into bowl it should be a smooth creamy texture not too thick and not to thin. Then stir in 2 tbs of banana flavor extract into bowl of mixed pudding.

Step 2:You'll need a deep dish casserole or a deep plastic or glass dish for at least 4-5 layers. Spread a thin layer of pudding in the bottom of the deep dish add the vanilla wafers flat down on top of pudding evenly all over the dish, then add sliced in ovals or circles bananas on top of each cookie. Then the pudding on top of the bananas and complete the steps all over again for layering your deep dish. Once you have your last layer of pudding spread on the top sprinkle the crumbs from the bottom of the cookie bag evenly over the top of your completed banana pudding.

Step 3:cover your dish of pudding with plastic wrap or foil if your dish dosen't have a cover for it and let stand in refrigerator for about 30 minutes or until cookies are soft

Relevent Tips

If pudding is too thick after you have mixed it in the bowl you may feel free to add a small amount of milk.

Make sure beaters are inserted properly into the mixer

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posted by Mr FX_is @ 9:45 PM   0 comments
Friday, March 27, 2009
Avoid Getting Food Poisoning at Home

Home cooked meals are ripe for spreading food poisoning. Food poisoning occurs when food is not kept under sanitary conditions and when it isn't stored at proper temperatures. Food poisoning can occur as soon as 30 minutes of ingesting contaminated food depending on how much was eaten. Some of the symptoms include diarrhea, vomiting and cramps. These tips will help you protect yourself and guests from getting sick at your dinner table.

It's important to wash hands and keep utensils clean. Do not use utensils used on raw meat with cooked food. Bacteria will transfer to your cooked meat and promote contamination.

Use a thermometer to make sure you cook meat and poultry to proper temperatures and ensure that food is cooked long enough. Remember to refrigerate leftovers within two hours of preparation.

It's also important to reheat leftovers to 165 degrees to ensure food is kept safe. Remember to cook food at high temperatures and wash fresh produce.

Make sure to thoroughly wash all fresh produce to help sanitize fruits and vegetables.

Be wary of unpasteurized juice and eggnog made with uncooked eggs as E.coli may be present.

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