home cooking

home cooking

A slang expression indicating the fear held by out-of-state or out-of-town defendants in a lawsuit that they will not receive a fair trial because of jury prejudice or because judges will not accord out-of-town lawyers the same credibility and leniency granted to local lawyers. This is the reason for most forum shopping clauses in contracts between local persons and large, usually nationwide, companies. The forum shopping clause requires any lawsuits to be brought in the other party's jurisdiction, thus presumably giving them the advantage of home cooking.

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Her two books: "Home Cooking" and "More Home Cooking" share her stories with recipes knitted into each one.
Drawing on interviews with 51 cooks and the cooking journals they used to document home-cooked dinners, this study examines home cooking in the US and how the meaning that home cooks attribute to their cooking and the meals they prepare is impacted by their self-identities, orientations, abilities, and aspirations as home cooks and by the material, temporal, cultural, and social contexts in which their cooking occurs.
He is now sharing more than 100 no-fuss family recipes in his book, Good Food, Sorted and offers tips on how to make home cooking quicker, easier and a whole lot tastier.
Home cooking also gives one the chance to stamp one's distinctive taste and preferences on a dish.
Claudia Winkleman also returns as presenter as the contestants create dishes celebrating modern British home cooking in all its variety.
Former Great British Bake Off star Berry said of the new show: "I can't tell you how excited I was because I've always done real home cooking.
"Home cooking is totally different so this will appeal to different people, as well as maybe people who like Bake Off, because, after all, we have got to eat some wonderful family meals.
Cyrus, a 27-year-old entrepreneur from York is a big fan of creating French and Italian plates of food, and 59-year-old Fiona, a retired shopkeeper from County Down, Northern Ireland, has been obsessed with home cooking since the age of 15.
The search is on for Britain's Best Home Cook, in a new BBC1 cookery competition, judged by the queen of home cooking Mary Berry, produce expert Chris Bavin, top chef Dan Doherty, and hosted by Claudia Winkleman.
"Chefs Say" relays pro tips that make home cooking easier, more efficient, and safer.
"Christopher Kimball's Milk Street: The New Home Cooking" is Milk Street's first cookbook and showcases recipes for a simpler, bolder, healthier way to cook that will become an act of pure pleasure, not a chore.
Home chefs can rejoice: Home cooking is less expensive and healthier, according to new research.