Monday, November 24, 2008

Tiny Kitchen’ Cooking Videos

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Here's an interesting (because of the cute young lady) food item that the NY times has inaugurated.  Plus, it will probably make you feel really thankful for your kitchen space....

Jill Santopietro, brings you into her test kitchen (and her apartment).
One night my friend Jenny came over as I was testing recipes for the Sunday magazine. She has been working with Mark Bittman on his video shorts to accompany his The Minimalist column on the Times Web site. One look at me in my kitchen and she thought, “We need to film this.” Thus,
Tiny Kitchen was born.

Turkey....Thank You Lord....

Turkey's healthful pedigree

It's low-fat, high-protein and good for you in many ways. But scientists are worried that turkey farming practices are harmful to public health.

If you gain a little weight this Thanksgiving, blame it on the stuffing, the corn bread, the mashed potatoes and gravy. Blame it on the pumpkin pie.

Just don't blame it on the turkey.


"Turkey is wonderful healthy food . . . especially if you have breast meat," says Susan Roberts, professor of nutrition at Tufts University in Boston.

And most especially if you take the skin off. Skinless turkey breast is about as close to a fat-free meat as you can get. Besides which, it's loaded with protein, as well as some important vitamins and minerals.

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