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Cooking Program for Men
- By Peter Graben
416-967-1818
Preparing a meal for yourself can be just as rewarding, not to mention delicious, as cooking a banquet. All you need is Peter's know-how, a new approach to shopping, cooking and eating and these recipes.


Microwave Baked Potato
 
Could there possibly be anyone in the wide world who doesn't drool at the thought of jacket potatoes with really crisp, crunchy skins and fluffy, floury insides with something lovely melted into them?

If you want the yummy taste of nice slowly baked potato, but aren't patient enough, or don't have the knowhow to bake it in an oven, well this is for you. Give it twelve minutes; get a mouth-watering, taste bud-tingling treat."

Ingredients

  • 1 large russet potato
  • 1 tablespoon butter or margarine
  • 3 tablespoons shredded Cheddar cheese
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 3 teaspoons sour cream
Directions
  • Scrub the potato, and prick several times with a fork. Place on a plate.
  • Cook on full power in the microwave for 5 minutes. Turn over, and continue to cook for 5 more minutes. When the potato is soft, remove from the microwave, and cut in half lengthwise.
  • Season with salt and pepper, and mash up the inside a little using a fork.
  • Top the open sides with butter and 2 tablespoons of cheese.
  • Return to the microwave, and cook for about 1 minute to melt the cheese.
  • Top with remaining cheese and sour cream, and serve.


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Peter's Cooking Tips and Tricks

Boil a Kettle. It is amazing how often hot water is required in a kitchen, whether to thin down a soup, stew, sauce or gravy; to top up boiling potatoes, rice or vegetables; or to warm up the washing-up water. When entering the kitchen, make it a habit to fill (at least half-full) the kettle and set it on to boil.



 
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