You can read a book to learn how to do something, or you can watch a video while someone demonstrates the steps involved. Watching how something is done is almost always a great way to learn a new skill. The same is true in cooking.

If you've ever been afraid to make bread or cook a turkey because you've never seen it done, you will love the tips in this section. There are videos here that demonstrate how to cook stir fry, make virgin party drinks, and how to cook a turkey.

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   Cookie Dough Log
Want a great dessert treat that's appropriate for any occasion? Try a cookie dough log for a change of pace.

   Cooking Turkey - Video
Cooking a turkey does not have to be difficult. Learn how to make a beautiful and delicious Thanksgiving favorite by watching this video.

   Easy Bread Recipe
Have you ever wanted an easy bread recipe to use? If you are looking for a great, easy, and wonderful tasting homemade bread recipe, then look no further! Follow this bread recipe, and find out just how easy making bread can be. You won't be disappointed.

   French Bread Pizza
Pizza is a fantastic treat, and an easy meal that anyone can make. Here is a wonderful video demonstration of how to make some great French bread pizza at home.

   Old Fashioned Beef Stew - Video
Are you tired of the same old meals all the time? Do you miss the old fashioned stew that you had as a child? This recipe is just like Grandma's beef stew that you grew up with. The aroma and flavor from this stew is unbelievable.

   Simplify Stir Fry - Video
Stir-fry is fast and easy, as this video demonstrates. Use these tips to help you make this quick mealtime favorite even easier.

   Virgin Party Drinks - Video
Not everyone likes alcoholic drinks and so if you throw a party, you need to have some virgin options for your guests. Here are a few ideas and also some tips on how to handle your guests and the alcohol you serve them.


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