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Types of Beef Cuts for Your Kitchen

01st August 2012
There are all kinds of great beef cuts available today in American supermarkets that can fulfill just about every budget and taste. However, it can get a bit confusing to select which sort of beef cut you want for which meal. Below are the most common cut... Read >
Author: Lawrence Reaves

Bean Selection For Making Espresso.

18th January 2012
When it comes to espresso coffee making there are several important factors; the grinder, the type and quality of espresso coffee maker and the technique used by the operator/barista. That being said there is no one factor more important than the selectio... Read >
Author: Ron Frey

Low Acid and Acid Free Coffee

18th October 2011
There is a great request for low acid and acid free coffee. This is due to people who say they have extreme reactions to the acid in coffee. And, this condition makes it necessary for them to stop drinking coffee all together or find another recourse. Bot... Read >
Author: Joyce Kaaland

Delonghi Grind and Brew Automatic Coffee Machines Make The Best Cappuccino

26th October 2010
Coffee is loved by lovers of coffee from all backgrounds cultures and countries. These days it is the most liked beverage on the planet. It's not just among the most widely consumed of all beverages, however it's also among the largest commodities which c... Read >
Author: contact

The Benefits of Using a Steam Juicer

05th May 2010
Everyone knows that it is necessary to get a certain amount of fruits and vegetables in our diets, because of the nutrients and vitamins they contain. These vitamins and nutrients can also be found in juice made from fresh fruits and vegetables, and can b... Read >
Author: andrewcasey

How to Store Meat

09th February 2010
Cooking with the right kind and aged meat is crucial to a perfect dish. Properly storing meat differs by culture and cook, but generally, these tips will allow you to get the most of your meat's freshness for some great cooking and delicious meals. Here a... Read >
Author: Antwan Edwards

Cook healthier and live better with iCook Cookware

22nd April 2009
Tastier and healthier meals begin with great cookware. iCook® Cookware offers you more than just a quality collection of cooking utensils. It's a carefully planned system that incorporates advanced technology, along with thoughtful designs, to ... Read >
Author: Mike

How To Become A Better Chef

13th March 2009
Cooking is the process of using heat to prepare foods for consumption. Many common cooking methods involve the use of oil. Frying is cooking in hot oil, sautéing is cooking in a small amount of oil, stir-frying is a Chinese technique of frying quickly in... Read >
Author: Jill Sabato

Adding Salt To Your Raw Meat

10th March 2009
How many times have you heard, "Salting raw meat (or poultry or fish) will draw the juices out and make it tough?" I see this statement repeated in cookbook after cookbook as if it were a fact. Yet in older cookbooks, especially the ones based on Euro... Read >
Author: Jennifer Skipp

A Few Countries Can Claim To have The Best Coffee Beans

14th August 2008
The best cup of coffee that you will have ever tasted is a lot like the best glass of wine; it has been grown in the right place, in the right soil and has the correct conditions for its growth. Most people know that it is countries like Brazil that ... Read >
Author: Paul Easton

Understanding Coffee Terms

26th April 2007
There are many terms in the world of coffee drinkers and it can be tough to determine what they all mean. In fact, there is somewhat of a vocabulary to decipher coffee's degrees of taste, consistency and acuity. Even if you are only a some time's coffe... Read >
Author: David Odell
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