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Johnny Trigg - Smoking triggers BBQ Team

08th March 2010
Johnny Trigg has been cooking barbecue, and winning, for some years now. Infact, so far he has managed to bag over $550,000 dollars in prize money as he has worked his way through a myriad of BBQ events while claiming a whole slew of titles along the way.... Read >
Author: Lewis Theakston

Starting Your Own Shaved Ice Business

01st March 2010
If I were to tell you that you could start a business that has potential to give you a 1,500% profit from the money that you put into it, would you believe me? If I were in your shoes, I absolutely wouldn't, but I am in my shoes and I know that such a thi... Read >
Author: RyanC

All About Pewter Flasks

19th February 2010
They say alcohol is the devil's best weapon against mankind. It's not a surprise, considering the evils brought about by the potent liquid. Many crimes are committed under the influence of alcohol. Lives are ruined, dreams are shattered, and families are ... Read >
Author: Gustavo Wilcox

Cooking A Tender And Juicy Steak

18th February 2010
You invest a lot of time and money into the steaks for a special occasion and when dinner time comes, they are tough. What happened? How can you cook steaks as tender as your favorite restaurant? The first step to cooking a good steak is to choose the... Read >
Author: Les Finley

Understading How Gevalia T-Discs Work

15th February 2010
The Tassimo Disc (T-DISC) is designed to work exclusively with Tassimo beverage makers. Each Gevalia Coffee T-DISC contains a perfectly measured amount of coffee, tea, chocolate or milk, tightly sealed to protect the flavors and freshness. Each Gevalia T-... Read >
Author: Alexander Malroy

Xbox Live Code Generator

09th February 2010
The only item better than Xbox is Xbox Live, as it gives you the opportunity to mess about with your buddies -and complete strangers - from all over the world. Whether you are in the mood for sports, racing or shoot em ups, you can play anytime, anywher... Read >
Author: jhornung

Important Differences Between Modern And Traditional Sushi

19th January 2010
Sushi is a very famous Japanese food that grew popularity in the United States just like it grew popular all over the world. Sushi has taken on some western flavors and techniques and this evolved sushi has traveled back to Japan to become trendy American... Read >
Author: Ingrid Preube

Mapouka Dance

15th January 2010
Mapouka dance is the craziest words in all part of the worlds. The Mapouka dance is born from South West Africa in Ivory Coast in Dabou region. It was performed by the women of West Africa in the noble societies in southwest region. Mapouka dance was ca... Read >
Author: mohanchen

Rain Nutrition Energy Drink Another One?

14th January 2010
If you are wanting to earn a good stream of income while at the comfort of your home, engage yourself in an energy drink market! Energy drink market has risen to be the next big MLM Company. Actually, I am referring to a marketing business that promotes n... Read >
Author: Bob Howard

Clutch Purses - A Touch of Class

05th January 2010
Clutch purses are extremely hot right now. Purses seem to change in style and fabric every year with other fashions. But for some reason, clutch purses never really go out of style completely, and these cute and often stunning classics are very popular at... Read >
Author: Elijiah Rampart

History of the Snow Cone

05th January 2010
The "snow cone" has been a family favorite for almost a century, if you don't count the emperors who poured fruit juice (and wine) on snow brought from the mountains to Rome in antiquity. The modern version is a special frozen treat that is made with shav... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Flavor Perception

02nd December 2009
Our perception of flavor is the result, primarily, of the combination of two sensory experiences: taste and smell. In addition to the sensory experience, flavor perceptions can be effected by psychological influences like packaging, presentation and/or am... Read >
Author: Pete5950

Cocoa Tea - Yes! You Heard Right!

05th November 2009
What is it? Is it tea? Hot chocolate? A mixture of both? Tea is made from leaves and this is not. Cocoa tea originated in St. Lucia in the Caribbean. It is not a tea however, since it contains a bay leaf and cinnamon stick it looks very similar to tea... Read >
Author: Garland Drake

Gizmo Closure Drink Technology Video

23rd October 2009
Gizmo Packaging has invented a bottle closure that provides consumers opportunity to introduce active ingredients at the exact time of use, preserving freshness and optimizing drinkability of different alcoholic beverages. New Gizmo Closure Video - Bra... Read >
Author: Brand Neue Corp

Benefits of Flavored Water

09th October 2009
Water is very much an important & essential commodity in our life as it prevents us from falling prey to dehydration. We need to maintain certain levels of water intake to keep us hydrated and also because it forms sixty percent of our total body weight. ... Read >
Author: capellaflavordrops
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