Use Non Stick Cookware to Begin a Great Year of the Monkey with a Lucky Fish Dish


The Year of the Monkey, according to the Chinese twelve-year animal zodiac, starts the 2016 cycle on the 8th Feb. The Chinese New Year is a highly celebrated festivity filled with traditions: firecrackers to sound out the old year, prayers for a smooth new year, and of course, eating lots of delicious ‘lucky’ food.

The Chinese are famous for their tasty cuisine, namely spring rolls, dumplings, niangao and fish, all New Year’s classics. Cooking a whole fish is important in Chinese tradition. The character symbol in the Chinese alphabet for fish, pronounced ‘yu’, means there will be a surplus of food in the New Year.
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Cook a Great-Tasting Pan-Seared Fish Using the Best Non Stick Fry Pan


When it comes to food, nothing compares to the taste of delicate fishes like cod, stripped bass, halibut, and swordfish. Since the Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend having one to two servings of fish per week, learning how to cook these fishes to perfection is a skill worth knowing.

One problem most people encounter, however, is difficulty in pan-searing these delicate fish in their skillets. These kinds of fish are notorious for sticking and falling apart in the pan, mainly due to the chemical reaction between the meat’s protein and the cookware’s surface. Not to worry, when you use the best non stick fry pan, you can easily pan-sear a crispy and healthy fish fillet following these simple steps.
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Small Kitchen Appliances and Other Great Space-Saving Ideas for compact kitchens


Apartment living in densely populated areas can be home to relatively small or compact kitchens, this should not be an excuse for simply using it to reheat takeout or storing your wine. Small kitchens can provide a great working space to create some masterful dishes if you follow a few smart tips on how to get your cooking space working for you rather than against.
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