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Things to do in Maine: How to Eat a Lobster with No Utensils

21st September 2011
One of the best things to do in Maine is eat a fresh boiled lobster. However, unless you're a Maine local this can appear to be an intimidating task requiring the use of specialized knives, skewers, crackers, spikes, and picks; not to mention enough spine... Read >
Author: skipsbrain1990

Easy Recipe - Marble Cake

01st February 2011
Whenever there's a special occasion, cakes and desserts are always present. There are different cake recipes that are found online - jello, fondant, butter cream and marble cake. Remember your first slice of marble cake? Aside from chocolate and vanill... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

Cooking: Baking Tilapia

20th May 2010
Although baking is the most popular cooking way for tilapia, many do not know the proper procedure on how to bake tilapia. There are three main types of baking method to bake tilapia. The first is baking tilapia in garlic and olive oil. The listed ingred... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

Cheese and coffee layered cake recipe

24th November 2009
Coffee is widely accepted due to its very nice aroma. It is not only consumed as a drink, but it can also be used as one of the cooking ingredients such as for making cookies and cakes. This article presents a cheese and coffee cake recipe that must be tr... Read >
Author: Chris Cornell

Baked Potato on Weber Barbeque Grill: It’s Possible and Absolutely Delicious!

18th November 2009
Judging from the long line of history that backs up Weber barbeque grill, you should know by now how versatile and useful this piece of kitchen device is. With Weber barbeque grill, you can make even the impossible, possible. One good example of that is m... Read >
Author: Kenny Leones

What is the Biblical Significance of Anointing Oil

27th March 2008
Biblical anointment is referred to the ceremony in which the body of the anointed person is greased with the perfumed oil. The anointing agent can be different in other religions, but for Christianity, it is perfumed oil, known as Holy Bible Anointing Oil... Read >
Author: HolyMan
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