Wednesday, April 30, 2008

The Campbell's Shop has it all!

Campbells Recipe Collection

From kitchen items to collectibles, The Campbell's Shop has it all.
URL http://www.CampbellShop.com
The shop is filled with hundreds of products featuring the charming Campbell Kids™ or the famous Campbell's Red-and-White label. Browse for cookbooks, kitchen essentials and hard to find (and exclusive) Campbell Soup collectibles.

Special Campbell's condensed soups for kids:


Cars™ Fun Shapes Soup



Dora the Explorer™ Kidshapes Soup



Cool Shapes - Princesses Shaped Pasta with Chicken in Chicken Broth



Shrek™ shaped pasta with Chicken in Chicken Broth


From the cookbook department:


Cookbook - 1-2-3 Dinner

Turn simple ingredients into easy meals. Make cooking a snap with dozens of delicious 3-step recipes in Campbell's 1-2-3 ! 47 pages, measures 8 1/2" tall x 5" wide.


Cookbook - Homemade in Minutes

Quick and easy meal ideas your family will love.
Dozens of simple and "souprising" answers to "What's for Dinner?"
Recipes for Today: From Start to Serve in 30 Minutes or Less!
Your Home Cooking made easier with help from Campbells.
Categories include: Poultry in No Time, Meat Dishes in Minutes, Easy Fish & Meatless, Speedy Snacks & Mini-Meals, and Quick Side Dishes. Paperback with protective plastic cover. 94 pages. 8 1/4" wide x 11" tall.


Cookbook - Casseroles, One-Dish Meals and More

Skillet Meals, Slower Cooker Recipes and Quick and Easy Casseroles are all found in this comb-bound hardcover cookbook.
One dish is all you need to prepare any one of the more than 100 recipes in Campbell's Casseroles, One-Dish Meals and More.
These delicious recipes offer you the benefit of minimal preparation, easy clean-up and ultimate family satisfaction. What more could you ask for?
159 pages. Measures 9 1/4" H x 6 1/2" W


Cookbook - Potluck for All Occasions

Whether you're hosting a potluck party or attending one, Campbell's Potluck for All Occasions can help you prepare the perfect dish.
Choose from a collection of more than 60 recipes, with chapters that include appetizers, soups, and chilis, party fare, make-ahead sides and desserts. It's easy- call up your family and friends and start planning your ntext potluck!
Hardcover, 8 3/8" wide x 11 1/8" tall, 94 pages.


Cookbook - Weeknight Meals

Preparing a weekend night meal is easier than ever with Campbell's Weeknight Cooking. Choose from more than 60 recipes that include quick and easy dishes, meals with 4 ingredients or less, casseroles, slow-cooked main dishes, sides and more. Delicious meals can be part of your active lifestyle- gather up your family and enjoy!
94 pages. 8 1/2" wide x 11" tall.


Cookbook - Classic Recipes

Features more then 70 recipes for main dishes, sides and snacks as well as over 40 full color images and advertisements from the Campbell's Archives. 127 pages, measures 9 x 7 1/4 inches. Hardcover.

Main Sections: 20 minutes or Less
Skillet Meals
Casseroles
Main dishes
Side Dishes
Snacks & Mini-Meals

Includes the Greenbean Casserole recipe

Thursday, April 24, 2008

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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Cooking.com gift ideas and special offers


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This 10.25-in. Mauviel Fry is ideal for sautés, stir-fries, and other searing tasks. It's crafted from copper and has a stainless steel interior that won't interact with foods and makes for easy cleaning.


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From Le Creuset, this beautiful and useful Batter Bowl features a sturdy handle to make mixing and pouring easy. Add this piece to your Le Creuset collection and baking tools. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Surface is scratch resistant.



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APPETIZERS

* Kalamata & Artichoke Tarts & Feta & Sundried Tomato in Phyllo Pastry - 3 delicate round shells filled with kalamata olives & artichokes & 3 feta cheese & sundried tomato tarts in phyllo pastry. A great beginning for Mom's lunch.

ENTREES - Served With Oven Roasted Tuscan Veggies

* Chicken Saltimboca With Peppercorn Cream Sauce - Oversized lean chicken breast stuffed with Prosciutto ham & topped with green & red peppercorn cream sauce

* Baked Salmon Tuscan Style With Alfredo Sauce - Succulent salmon drizzled with olive oil and sundried tomatoes and topped with creamy Alfredo sauce

DESSERT

* Amaretto Cheesecake - (2 slices) - Amaretto is a sweet almond flavored liquer of Italian origin. A creamy custard filling is baked in a honey graham crust then topped with almond slivers.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Monday, April 21, 2008

Half Price On Chocolate Crepes Dentelle at CyberCucina!


These delicious crispy biscuits coasted with dark chocolate are perfect for tea time, coffee break or a late night snack. Crepes Dentelle Les Gavottes are light and golden, made with flour, sugar and butter, and then enrobed in fine dark chocolate.
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Sunday, April 20, 2008

ChefsChoice© Poultry Shears


ChefsChoice© Poultry Shears
Powerful and extremely sharp, these beautiful, rugged multipurpose shears are designed for effortless cutting. Fully forged from surgical stainless steel, the handcrafted contemporary design features full metal construction. Each curved blade is a sleek, one-piece extension of a brushed steel handle. The lower blade features grip-enhancing serrations and a powerful, bone-cracking notch. The cutting blade is finished with an extremely sharp, precision cutting edge. Heavy-duty, slip-resistant construction makes an easy, quick job of boning and cutting poultry, cutting vegetables, meat and fish. Handy safety latch keeps shears closed for safe storage. Comes apart for easy cleaning. Limited lifetime warranty. Imported.

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Total Chef Oven Deluxe


Total Chef Oven Deluxe
The Total Chef Oven is a kitchen appliance designed for today's busy lifestyle. It combines infrared heat, conduction and convection in one convenient appliance. Infrared heat cooks food from the inside out while hot air circulates cooking from the outside in, sealing the juices and leaving a crispy outer layer. This patented technology cooks three times faster then a conventional oven using 60% less energy. You can also save time on defrosting as you can cook directly from the freezer. 16"L x 13"W x 15"H. UL Listed. Imported.



p.s: it's perfect for trying one of our free delicious chicken recipes at Recipes.it!

Friday, April 18, 2008

Renée Zellweger Admits Her Food Vice

When it comes to food vices, Renée Zellweger says hers is pasta. Sweets? She can take them or leave them, but rich Italian dishes with veggies and meat twirling in a delicate sauce atop a luscious pasta, well she has no resistance.

"I am a constant 110 pounds. I don't like eating sweets at all, but give me pasta in Rome and I'm like nobody's business," she confessed to Bang Showbiz. "I love it."

Her favorite thing to do after she's dined on pasta? Stay home and spend time with friends. Traveling to exotic movie locations with assistants to help her ever need and desire isn't as much fun as just hanging out at home. "I know. It's terrible not to be impressed by being spoilt rotten, but spoilt rotten to me is sleeping on my best friend's couch because I love having private moments with people that are real. That's just how I'm made," she told Bang Showbiz.
source: Netscape.com

Ah! We love pasta, too! Take a look at our free delicious pasta recipes or learn from the great chefs how to make your own - with these kitchen essentials:


Everyday Pasta by Giada De Laurentiis - Autographed

Fast, easy and always delicious—pasta’s versatility has kept it on grocery lists for generations. In Everyday Pasta Giada De Laurentiis invites you to rediscover this Italian favorite with brand-new recipes including complementary sauces, salads and sides made from everyday ingredients already in your pantry or fridge. Hardcover; 240 pages


Atlas Pasta Machine 180

A wider version of the classic Atlas, this heavy-duty machine produces smooth sheets of fresh pasta from your homemade dough. Its adjustable dial allows you to roll pasta exactly to the desired thickness. Includes recipe book, a table clamp and handle.


Pasta Chitarra

A traditional instrument for cutting fresh pasta sheets, the chitarra (KEY-tarra) has ancient origins in the Abruzzo region of Italy. Master handcrafters from Pretoro hand-string two sets of zinc-coated steel wires on the varnished ashwood box. One side yields evenly cut fettuccine, and the opposite side, delicate angel hair. Clean with brush. Do not use water. Faithful mate to the chitarra is the rolling pin that helps flatten the dough and then press and cut it through the wires. For best results, we recommend this 20" French-style beechwood rolling pin.


Rachael Ray Anolon® Advance Covered Oval Pasta Pot, 8 Qt

Rachael's pasta pot has all the premium features of Anolon Advanced Cookware, plus it comes in an exclusive shape that she designed. Dupont™ Autograph® 2 nonstick surfaces inside and out. Heavy-gauge hard-anodized aluminum provides even heating without hot spots. Tempered, break-resistant glass lid allows monitoring of food without loss of heat or flavor. Perfect for cooking whole pasta—no need to break it apart to fit in the pan. It's also great for soups, stews, roasts, poultry and more. With stay-cool SureGrip™ silicone-wrapped handles. Oven safe to 400°F. Dishwasher safe.


Academia Barilla Peeled Italian Cherry Tomatoes

Carefully selected and exclusive to Academia Barilla, these luscious cherry tomatoes are naturally sun-ripened for exceptional freshness, and display the brilliant flavors and terroir of Naples, Italy. Because they contain no peels, Academia Barilla peeled Italian cherry tomatoes save time and effort. Add them to virtually any dish to create authentic Italian taste and aroma. 28¼ oz.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

5 Tips to Lower Your Grocery Bill

You have to eat. But you don't have to spend as much money at the grocery store if you follow a few basic tenets.

The U.S. Department of Labor estimates that the typical American family of four spends $8,513 per year on groceries. That averages out to $709 per month. And food prices are on the rise. Groceries gobble up the largest part of a family's household budget, to the point of rivaling a mortgage payment in some parts of the nation, but there are a number of things consumers can do to help out their wallet.

Sissy Osteen, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension resource management specialist, offers five tips to help you put food on the table for less money:

1. Shop less frequently.
"Make a big trip once or twice a month," Osteen advises. "The fewer times you're in the store, the less opportunity you'll have for impulse buying. Research indicates that consumers making a 'quick trip' to the store end up spending 54 percent more than they intended." A consumer who goes to the store three times per week and spends $10 on impulse purchases each trip will end up spending an additional $120 per month. By going to the store just once per week, consumers will spend only $40 per month on these purchases. Shopping once per month results in only $10 spent on impulse items. This can have a huge impact! The shop-less, save-more strategy can save families nearly $1,000 per year.

2. Make a list.
Whether you're going to shop once a month or once a week, you need to be organized to pull it off. No more wandering into the grocery store after work and walking up and down the aisles trying to figure out what to eat for dinner that night. To save the most money, make a menu for the meals and snacks for that week or month and list the ingredients. Then stick to your list! If possible, shop without your children so you are not tempted to give into pressure from youngsters for an extra treat or toy that is not on the list.

3. Buy the store brand.
Shoppers can easily shave several dollars from their grocery bill by purchasing generic or store brand products over national brand items. "In most cases you won't sacrifice much in quality," Osteen said. "Everything from cereal and frozen vegetables to canned goods and prescription drugs is available under a generic or store brand label. You can save from a few cents to a couple of dollars per item. The savings can quickly add up."

4. Compare stores' sales ads and cut coupons.
If there are a number of grocery stores in your area, compare the weekly sales ads and plan menus accordingly. Look for cheaper cuts of meat. Chicken thighs and legs cost less than chicken breasts. Osteen said coupons also can be a good way to save money. Many stores will double coupons up to a dollar. "Be sure to compare the discounted price to the price of a store-brand product," she said. "Even with a coupon, you may be better off buying the store brand."

5. Compare prices on everything.
"Be sure to compare prices on everything. Bagged apples may be cheaper than bulk apples," Osteen said. "Bagged salads will cost you more than buying the ingredients separately." Most grocery stores post the price per ounce, pound or other unit of measurement. The largest size of a product may not always be the cheapest, especially if you buy more than you will use. "If you end up throwing things out, you've wasted your money, no matter how good the deal was to begin with," she said. "Additionally, if you find that you have accumulated too many grocery items, skip a shopping trip and plan your week's meals around what you have on hand. This saves money and time."
--From the Editors at Netscape



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