Mother warning others after spilling cooking oil, suffering from 3rd-degree burns
As a mother and an avid cook, Clarissa Montgomery has made tortilla chips countless times, but while in the kitchen just over a week ago, she suffered a very serious accident. Now, the mother is healing at Memorial Hermann’s burn unit and sending a strong message to others from her hospital bed.
Houston Newsmakers: New leadership for Houston NAACP
Dixon II, President-Elect, NAACP (KPRC)Dr. James W.E. Dixon II is poised to be sworn in as the new President of the Houston Branch of the NAACP. “My vision is to make this organization more relevant, more resourceful and more relatable,” he said in his appearance on Houston Newsmakers with Khambrel Marshall. See much more on this week’s Houston Newsmakers EXTRA when he says :“The authentic message of the Gospel is a social justice message”“We need more than a poetic message that inspires. Dixon II, President-Elect Houston Branch, NAACP· Website: https://naacphouston.org/· Twitter: @NAACPHOUDee Dee Dochen, Producer ReelAbilities Virtual Concert· Website: https://www.reelabilitieshouston.org/· Website: http://www.dddmc.com/· Twitter: @ReelAbilityHouRhonda Abbott, Sr. VP & CEO TIRR Memorial Hermann· Website: https://www.reelabilitieshouston.org/· Website: https://memorialhermann.org/services/specialties/tirrAd· Twitter: @ReelAbilityHouVernita Harris, Co-Author Pinch-Dash-Done· Website: https://pinch-dash-done.com/· Facebook & Instagram: Pinch-Dash-DoneBeatrice Moore, Co-Author Pinch-Dash-Done· Website: https://pinch-dash-done.com/· Facebook & Instagram: Pinch-Dash-Done
Tanji Patton of Goodtaste TV shares meal ideas for celebrating Valentine’s Day at home
Tanji Patton of Goodtaste TV shares her wine finds for Valentine's Day. Tanji Patton of Goodtaste TV shares her favorite meal ideas for Valentine's Day. Tanji Patton of Goodtaste TV shares her favorite meal ideas for Valentine's Day. Tanji Patton of Goodtaste TV shares her favorite meal ideas for Valentine's Day. Tanji Patton of Goodtaste TV shares her favorite meal ideas for Valentine's Day.
Test it Tuesday: Will this bowl keep your food hot for 6 hours?
The 6 Hour Bowl that claims it can do both jobs. It says it keeps hot food hot and cold food cold with no electricity required. Claims: Keeps hot food hot and cold food coldSummary of testFood temperature is very important to food safety. The FDA says the safe holding temperature for hot food is 140 degrees or higher. We tested the 6 Hour Bowl three times:We poured piping hot soup into the bowl at 7:19 p.m.
Houston dietitian releases new cookbook to help manage diabetes and balance blood sugars
Mary Ellen Phipps, RDN shares healthy and easy recipe ideas to help manage diabetes and blood sugars. Mary Ellen Phipps, RDN shares healthy and easy recipe ideas to help manage diabetes and blood sugars. Mary Ellen Phipps, RDN shares healthy and easy recipe ideas to help manage diabetes and blood sugars. Mary Ellen Phipps, RDN shares healthy and easy recipe ideas to help manage diabetes and blood sugars. Mary Ellen Phipps, RDN shares healthy and easy recipe ideas to help manage diabetes and blood sugars.
KID-APPROVED: Your children will love helping you cook and eat this tasty recipe
We’re sharing a kid-approved recipe your little ones will love to help cook and eat. “I love it, nothing makes me happier than having him in the kitchen with me. Check it out below:GREEN MONSTER MINI “PIZZAS” (ON ENGLISH MUFFINS)INGREDIENTS:For the pesto:1 Cup Baby Spinach1 Cup Fresh Basil1 Tsp. Her love of cooking came from being in the kitchen with her mom from an early age. She later fell in love with creating her own recipes as she moved away from home and started experimenting in her own kitchen.
Got dough? Here’s 3 easy recipes to make with store-bought pizza dough
Up first, Skillet Monkey BreadTanji Patton with Goodtaste TV shares her favorite recipes using store-bought pizza dough. First, she starts by cutting up her ready-made dough into “knots.”Tanji Patton with Goodtaste TV shares her favorite recipes using store-bought pizza dough. Tanji Patton with Goodtaste TV shares her favorite recipes using store-bought pizza dough. And for dessert, colorful donutsTanji Patton with Goodtaste TV shares her favorite recipes using store-bought pizza dough. Tanji’s Wine FindsTanji Patton with Goodtaste TV shares her favorite recipes using store-bought pizza dough.
For rookie Thanksgiving cooks, expert tips to avoid disaster
NEW YORK – After Christopher Hughey tweeted that he’s tackling his first Thanksgiving turkey this year, the advice started rolling in. As for the meal itself, experts say to get started well before the big day. Contrary to the advice many offered to Hughey, experts aren’t fans of the pop-up thermometers that come stuck in some birds. Molina, who works at a screen printing firm in Portland, Oregon, knows how badly first attempts can go; years ago, her aunt ended up burning the Thanksgiving bird. She’s cooked turkey breasts in her slow cooker before, but hasn’t yet figured out what she’ll do for Thanksgiving.
Did you know you can regrow some veggies in your very own kitchen?
I asked what was going on there, especially since she had green onions already growing in her garden. It turns out that my friend was right, and after a few days, the little green onions started to grow back. Here are a few photos of my green onion’s journey. They are starting to look like actual green onions. It was even more shocking when I found out that green onions weren’t the only thing you could regrow.
These kitchen items from Amazon I actually use in my own kitchen
You can get them all on Amazon, and since it’s Prime Day, why not treat yourself to something special for your kitchen? Instant Pots are insanely popular, so if you already have one, you know just how versatile this kitchen appliance can be. It’s really great for steaming veggies, too. Really nice Dutch ovens can get really expensive, but this one on Amazon is a reasonable price, and it’s a great quality. Having both of these items in your kitchen will be great additions.
The best way to cook your Gulf Coast catch
Growing up in a South Texas household of outdoor enthusiasts made fishing along the Gulf Coast a routine family affair. A disco and dependable heat source like a propane grill allow controllable beachside cooking without the hassle of charcoal or wood. Cooking fresh Gulf fish is a relatively straightforward task, but catching them can be a challenge. Heat additional olive oil in the center of the disco on low. Place fillets skin down in olive oil at the center of the disco.
12 comfort foods you should totally make this month
This is the ultimate comfort food, right? Comfort foods are all about the casseroles (if you haven’t noticed, this is the third casserole on this list), and there is nothing better than this classic tuna noodle casserole. Subs are unequivocally considered comfort food, and the granddaddy of them all has to be a meatball sub. We haven’t had any breakfast foods featured yet, but there is no denying that breakfast is comfort food. Will you be making any of these comfort foods while enjoying the rest of 2020?
Pixar’s YouTube channel shares cooking tutorials inspired by its movies
“Cooking With Pixar” is a new series featured on the Pixar YouTube channel. Each video shows a step-by-step process for making easy recipes that kids of all ages can help out with. Cook alongside Forkey from “Toy Story 4” as you create a Pizza Planet pepperoni pizza with bell pepper rings. It’s important to note that Pixar’s cooking videos don’t include ingredient portions or measurements. So, if you aren’t comfortable cooking that way, it might be a good idea to keep a similar recipe handy to compare.
Celebrate Mother’s Day at home with a brunch cooking kit
Houston – Let Mom take a break from cooking this Mother’s Day with a home cooking kit from State Fare Kitchen & Bar. This kit comes with everything you would need to make your favorite restaurant-style breakfast at home, including instructions and ingredients. Chef Justin Yoakum from State Fare Kitchen & Bar cooks up a restaurant-style breakfast at home. You can pre-order those Mother’s Day cooking kits from State Fare by next Wednesday (May 6) for pick-up next weekend. They’re also partnering up with Massage Heights, so you can even add a gift certificate for a massage for Mom to your cooking kit.
5 banana bread recipes we’re drooling over
No, it’s just not you -- it seems that everyone is making banana bread during quarantine, and if you haven’t done so already, it’s time to jump on the bandwagon. Banana bread is really more of a cake than a bread, but regardless, it’s the perfect thing to make if you’re wanting to dip your toes into the wonderful world of baking bread. Most bread recipes are generally the same, but we searched the internet high and low to find the easiest-looking banana bread recipes, so you can impress your friends and family with your new-found baking skills. This is another easy banana bread recipe. It combines two of the greatest breads that have ever existed: cinnamon swirl bread, and obviously, banana bread.
These pantry staples are cheap and will last you a long time
But there are some other grocery store items that you should take note of -- items that will help get you through this time of social distancing, lockdowns and self-quarantine. Make sure you have the following:PastaWe all know that a box of pasta (it doesn’t matter if it’s spaghetti or penne) is always pretty cheap at the grocery store, and its shelf life is pretty long, too. These are inexpensive, quite filling and have a pretty long shelf life. In addition to the nostalgia, jars of peanut butter are pretty cheap at the grocery store, it has a decent shelf life and it’s a fantastic source of protein. Three recipes you should make:Mushroom zucchini frittata from Taste of HomeCountry-style scrambled eggs from Taste of HomeAvocado toast with a sunny-side egg from Skinny Taste
How to get help with your Thanksgiving turkey
HOUSTON – Looking for a little help with that Thanksgiving turkey of yours? Butterball, the largest producer of turkey products in the country, has more than 50 representatives ready to answer all your turkey-related questions through its Butterball Talk-Line. Butterball has an online site full of turkey recipes, how to’s, coupons and products that can come in handy when preparing your holiday dinner. You can ask them your questions by calling 1-800-BUTTERBALL (1-800-288-8372) or you can text your questions to 844-877-3456. They have also expanded to accommodate the “modern holiday cooker” by connecting to an expert via Amazon Alexa.