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Basic Requirements for a Good Mobile Catering Trailer

19th September 2011
Mobile catering trailers can help in developing profitable business. However, like all other businesses, the catering services should also possess few characteristics which can impress the customers and other few which are required to run the business. In... Read >
Author: antoniojimmy

Spanish Meals How to Make Spanish Chorizo Sausage

06th April 2011
Chorizo is that wonderfully tasty sausage to be found and appreciated all over Spain. There are numerous various ones, each Spanish family getting its individual particular favorite but, basically, they drop into two various types... fresh chorizo, which ... Read >
Author: randalso45

What Type of Food is Eaten in Zambia

04th January 2011
Food in Zambia is basically synonymous with nshima, maize porridge, which is the staple food. Nshima is the staple food for 10 million Zambians. It is eaten mostly for lunch and dinner. It is eaten with a side dish, known as ndiwo, umunani, dende or relis... Read >
Author: Chisanga

Driving the Mae Hong Son Road

03rd September 2010
Driving the Mae Hong Son loop can be a real adventure for anyone looking for a trip with a difference, the chance to escape the hustle and bustle, and see some of the most beautiful, natural landscapes that Thailand has to offer. The loop can be done b... Read >
Author: Australian Visa Advice

The Popular North African Food Called Tagines

23rd February 2010
Tagines is one of the popular North African dishes consumed mostly in Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia. Also known as Tajine or mispronounced Tangines, this North African specialty has traveled all the way across the Atlantic to the kitchens in the US. Moroc... Read >
Author: Hosea Charles

Aussie BBQ Culture in Danger

23rd July 2009
For a young country Australia has a lot of tradition, and nothing is more traditional than the Aussie BBQ! Australian's have been BBQing since their beginnings and along with the sand, sun and surf Australia is known for its laid back culture where everyo... Read >
Author: Lauren Hill

How to make a basic meatloaf from scratch.

19th July 2009
If meatloaf is in your comfort food class then most likely you grew up with it. Comfort foods are like that. They bring back the memories of adolescence and the great smells and tastes from Mom's kitchen. In all probability my mother's meatloaf recipe, th... Read >
Author: Frederick Vivian

Psar Chas, the Old Market - Siem Reap

11th May 2009
With colonial style Chinese architecture, Siem Reap City is the capital of Cambodia's Siem Reap Province. The town is full of exciting craft shops, Apsara Dancers, paddy fields and even silk farms. Siem Reap boasts many interesting and diverse tourist a... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

Why do you lose to jerks?

07th March 2006
Stop chasing women. You're ugly yet women chase you! But how do you do that? You see, jerks have an attitude that somehow attracts women. It doesn't seem logical for that to happen yet we can't seem to put a finger on it. Though no matter how rough... Read >
Author: David Chong
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