Everyday Cooking

The Paula Deen  Every Day Cooking is an event during which Paula Deen cooks several popular dishes under 10 minutes using 5 basic ingredients. It is a segment that goes to show how we can use everyday simple ingredients to cook several delightful meals. During these episodes,  a common meal that we are all familiar with will be named, then Paula will describe the usual ingredients and time used to cook them. She will then prepare her own version to the audience, using less time and fewer ingredients.

The goal of the episode – Every Day Cooking –  is to prove that we can make our own custom meals in our own little ways. That it is not a hard thing to devise a menu based on what we hope to achieve with our meals and how we want it to taste like.

For fans who cook impromptu, such as to serve unannounced visitors, this segment can produce a lot of insights as to how you can make the most with the least you have.  It shows how we can explore various ingredients to reach improved texture, taste or flavor.  It is also an ideal platform for busy cooks looking to satisfy a group of hungry people who cant await an hour of cooking.

Be it shrimps, trifles or salmon, there is always a way to cook fast, delicious and minimal on the Paula Deen Everyday Cooking.

Paula Deen Engagement Ring Finger Sandwiches

Paula Deen Engagement Ring Finger Sandwiches
Paula Deen Engagement Ring Finger Sandwiches

The Paula Deen Engagement Ring Finger Sandwiches is one delicious cookie you would love to make and enjoy. It can be found on Paula Deen’s Home Cooking Show, episode called Meet The Parents. The The Paula Deen Engagement Ring Finger Sandwiches is a fruit-based meal made from pineapple, olives, pecans and many natural condiments. So its a real home made food. You can garnish with pecans after preparation. If you love simple finger foods for our guests or friends, thats a nice choice.

Bringing back the Paula Deen chili stew

Paula Deen stew with veggies
Paula Deen stew with veggies

This Paula Deen chili stew has a sweet legume taste derived from the pinto beans. For many, the mashed version of this ingredient is what makes their day but you can sprinkle a few in a vegetable stew for a fabulous thickening effect.  In this Paula recipe, pictured left,  a combination of bell pepper, garlic, jalapeno, on one part; avocado and chopped potato on another, plus chicken gives a totally new taste that tastes fruity as well as meaty.

Fresh pinto beans for vegetable stew
Fresh pinto beans for vegetable stew