• In the Kitchen with David | October 27, 2019
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    In the Kitchen with David | October 27, 2019

    BUSINESS TO TAKE CARE OF IN FRONT OF THE MONITOR.>>YOU KNOW, THIS IS A GOOD DAY TO BE SHOPPING WITH THE RAIN OUTSIDE.>>OH, MY GOSH. I’M NOT SURE HOW IT IS WHERE YOU LIVE. BUT HERE WE’RE STARING TO PAIR UP THE ANIMALS AND BUILD THE ARK. IT’S A RAINY, RAINY SUNDAY. WE HOPE YOU’RE SOMEWHERE DRY. BOY, HAVE WE LOADED THE SHOW WITH SO MANY GREAT THINGS. BUT NOTICE THE CLOCK, STACEY. YOU ONLY HAVE 3:58 MINUTES TO GO WITH OUR FLASH EASY PAY EVENT.>>LOCK & LOCK, AND THE CHEF’S IN THE SHOW.>>BRAD-NEW COOKIES. EVERYTHING IS ON SIX EASY PAYMENTS. BUT IT EXPIRES.>>THE COUNTDOWN IS GONE.>>COME OVER HERE SO…

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    How to Make Healing Salve for Dry Skin | DIY Ointment Recipe

    Hi, I’m Kathrin Brunner, a nutritionist from For the Love of Body today I’ll show you how to make a healing calendula salve We’ll start with beeswax It will melt faster if you grate it. And we’re going to use 2.6ounces or 9 melted tablespoons I’ve already gone ahead and melted that in a double boiler it will take about 20 minutes, you don’t want to rush it. Once it’s melted we’re going to add to that shea butter so we’ll add 1 tablespoon or 4.5 ounces of shea butter to that and then we’re going to use mango butter. so we’ll use .5 announces or 1 tablespoon of mango…

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    In the Kitchen with David | October 16, 2019

    >>WELL, THE REASON WE DIDN’T COME TO THE DOOR RIGHT AWAY BECAUSE MY EAR PIECE WAS TURNED OFF. SOMEONE’S OUT THE DOOR.>>SPANKING HIM ON THE BUT SAYING LET’S GO.>>YOU ARE ON THE IN THE KITCHEN WITH DAVID.>>CLOSED CAPTIONING MADE POSSIBLE BY QVC, INC.>>THAT’S GOOD TO HAVE YOU WITH US AND WE’VE GOT SO MUCH COMING UP TONIGHT, WE HAVE SOME BRAND-NEW FOOD ITEMS IN OUR SHOW TONIGHT.>>YES WE DO.>>WE ALSO HAVE SOME RETURNING FAVORITE FOOD ITEMS TONIGHT THAT HAVE NEVER BEEN PRESENTED ON IN THE KITCHEN WITH DAVID BEFORE.>>IT’S REALLY EXCITING.>>I’M ALSO EXCITED AND A TODAY’S SPECIAL VALUE WITH A PRESSURE COOK IN AIR FRYING ALL IN THE SAME MACHINE.>>ALL…

  • Zucchini Lasagna  – no noodles – How to Make a Low Carb Lasagna
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    Zucchini Lasagna – no noodles – How to Make a Low Carb Lasagna

    Hi everyone, welcome to Delights to Share, and today I’ll be sharing with you my recipe for Zucchini Lasagna with no noodles. The zucchini will serve as the noodles, and I’ll be making it with a ricotta and veggie filling. Very healthy and delicious. I’ll be using from 4 to 5 medium sized zucchinis, which I’ll cut into long slices so they resemble lasagna noodles. And for the filling, I’ll use ricotta, parmesan cheese, eggs, carrots, fresh spinach salt and pepper. And I’ll dress each layer with any store bought spaghetti sauce. I’m using vodka sauce, and I use some mozzarella on the final top layer of the lasagna Let’s…

  • [EN] Marbled Sablee / صابلي رخامي – CookingWithAlia – Episode 674
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    [EN] Marbled Sablee / صابلي رخامي – CookingWithAlia – Episode 674

    For this recipe with pate sablee, we will marbled cookies. Divide one-third of the shortcrust pastry and add cocoa powder mix until completely incorporated Roll out both pasta pieces and mix them roughly to give them a marbled effect. Roll the dough into a 3 cm or 1 inch diameter cylinder Cover it with plastic wrap and reserve in the freezer for 30 minutes. cut your pudding into slices of half a centimeter thick Place them on a baking pan covered with parchment paper Bake at 170 ° C for about 15 minutes until the shortbreads are golden brown. let cool before serving bon appetit!

  • Potato Skins Recipe – Laura Vitale – Laura in the Kitchen Episode 280
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    Potato Skins Recipe – Laura Vitale – Laura in the Kitchen Episode 280

    Hi guys. I’m Laura Vitale, on this episode of Laura in the kitchen I’m going to show you how to make everyone’s favorite – potato skins. But I am going to show you how to make them at home, without the hassle of a deep fryer. They are going to be quick and easy to make, so let’s get started. So first thing we are going to do is go over the ingredients, you are going to need some thick slices of bacon, you are going to need some cooked potatoes which I will talk about in a second. I have some freshly grated extra sharp cheddar, I have some…

  • “Meaty” Vegan Burger
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    “Meaty” Vegan Burger

    Veggie burgers tend to be mushy and fall apart. This burger recipe provides the mouthfeel that I’ve wanted. It’s chewy and so flavorful you don’t need ketchup. To TVP, add hot vegetable broth. Then add ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, molasses and olive oil. Then add the spice: smoked paprika, onion powder, salt, pepper and nutritional yeast. Then add whole wheat flour. Mix it really well. Then add vital wheat gluten. Mix it again until it turns into a dough. This takes a little while, but you don’t have to knead it, so that’s good. Keep mixing until it’s all combined. If you haven’t seen seitan before, it may look a little…

  • How to Roast the Perfect Turkey  ~ How To Roast A Turkey ~ Thanksgiving Basics ~ Noreen’s Kitchen
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    How to Roast the Perfect Turkey ~ How To Roast A Turkey ~ Thanksgiving Basics ~ Noreen’s Kitchen

    Hi everyone and welcome back to my kitchen today, I’m going to show you how to roast the perfect turkey I kid you not I’ve done it before and many people have tried it and had great success I’m gonna update the video, and we’re gonna show you how to do it one more time so Let’s go see how this beauty all comes together All right, we’re gonna get started. I’m gonna show you how to roast the perfect turkey. I’ve done this before in 2011 I put up a very long video before I really knew what I was doing, but that turkey came out so beautiful and…

  • Healing Cream Recipe for Rough Hands, Eczema, Rash – Gingerbread Cottage
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    Healing Cream Recipe for Rough Hands, Eczema, Rash – Gingerbread Cottage

    Well, this looks interesting. (Laughter.) What’s happening here? We are not baking or cooking today. We are making a wonderful cream, a hand cream, but also a cream that should belong in everybody’s first aid kit for helping with bruises and, you know, all kinds of things. Not for open wounds, but for, they are very good for bruises and inflammations, and for rough hands, you know, where people. Okay. Yeah, things like that, okay. Yeah. So, this here, we did yesterday, I took two cups of jojoba oil. Yeah. Which is anti-inflammatory, is good for eczema, psoriasis, you know, things like that, and is used quite a bit in…