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Chef just finished researching and writing a review article featuring his tests on the "George Foreman Baby  Rotisserie". So far he loves it, but good rubs are hard to find, so he has had to improvise and also make up his own. If you have any commercial rub faves feel free to email them directly to headchef at thecookingpoint dot com.

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Newest DoCs Personal Recipes Article. Festive Candied Yam (Sweet Potato) Side Dish
Newest DoCs Personal Recipes Article. Prepare Yams (Sweet Potatoes): 1 large sweet potato (yam) peeled and cut into 1.5" (approx) chunks. Put into large pot of boiling water with 1 tsp salt and cook uncovered on medium boil for about 30...
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DoCs Baked Acorn Squash

Ingredients: 1 Acorn Squash (also called Danish Squash), cut in half2 tablespoons of butter 2 teaspoons of honey or maple syrup 2 tablespoons of brown sugar Salt & pepper Prepar...

By: Gord DoC Routley

Mouth-Watering Tips for Cooking

Is this exclusive for people who are fond of eating? Of course not, because it does not follow that when you love to eat you also know how to cook. In fact, whether you accept it or not, this is the reverse of reality. Maj...

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Choosing a User-Friendly Cookbook: 7 Tips

October is National Cookbook Month, making now the perfect time to add to your collection. But with more than 24,000 new cookbooks published each year, how do you choose one that doesn’t just sit on the shelf gatheri...

By: Renee Pottle

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