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Mugambi from childhood had eaten no meat until it had been cooked, while Tarzan, on the other hand, had never tasted cooked food of any sort until he had grown almost to manhood, and only within the past three or four years had he eaten cooked meat.
No, I never cooked anything in my life except a gingerbread and it was a failure -- flat in the middle and hilly round the edges.
She cooked, and all ate, in the kitchen, where she likewise washed, starched, and ironed clothes on all days of the week except Sunday; for her income came largely from taking in washing from her more prosperous neighbors.
Pea-soup was a common article in his diet, as well as potatoes and beans, the latter large and brown and cooked in Mexican style.
Cook, covered, until chicken is cooked through and no longer pink in center, about 10 minutes.
If you have never cooked rice before, first refer back to the May/June 2001 issue of Vegetarian Journal, available online at <www.
Just a cup of cooked spinach and Swiss chard contains more than a third of the USDA daily recommendation of iron for women and half the recommendation for men.
As many as 12 of the 18 PAHs found in cooked food cause cancer in laboratory animals.
The team also gathered information about other exposure covariants such as fuel type, whether the kitchen was inside (with or without a partition) or outside (attached or nonattached), number of meals cooked, cooking duration, and time spent in or near the kitchen during cooking.
They represent what women cooked, what cookbook authors and corporations believed women should cook and most importantly, why women should be cooking.
Don't mess with seafood in a slow cooker -- it's much better cooked in a grill pan, baked, broiled or microwaved.
Mustards, collards, and mixed greens can be cooked right from the freezer.