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Pastas using Smoked Salmon

23rd April 2013
So, to start out some basic truths. For starters: pasta - not a side dish to ... Pasta - is totally independent, self-contained system. Even though some minor sorts of pasta can be used for filling soups, and many species can function a big pasta and side... Read >
Author: Rachael Winters

Switch To Organic Food For Better Living

24th January 2012
There are different types of food available in the market and all of them have ton of different ingredients. We are so used to having our favorite foods that we don't even bother to look into the ingredients. Like for example, I love BBQ food and so obvio... Read >
Author: pumpupnow

Types of Mangoes – King of the Fruits

25th August 2011
Fruits are favorites for everyone but if you are not fond to eating mangoes so I consider that you are not a complete fruit lover. It is easily understood that mangoes are the kings of fruits. I don’t know why but people called it king of the fruits becau... Read >
Author: RobertPeterson27

Consumer guide for juicer mixer and grinder

10th May 2011
Juicer, mixer and grinder or a food processor is a modern day boon for the full-time homemaker. It is an all-in-one kitchen appliance, which helps you to chop, blend and mix in a flash. Chop your favourite vegetables, make yummy juices and prepare delig... Read >
Author: jamessmith

The Old Fashioned Rotary Whisk

22nd March 2011
The rotary hand whisk, or rotary whisk, is considered to be extremely old fashioned and actually seldom used at present. You are not likely to see these types of whisk in any commercial kitchen but there are some home kitchens where you will see one hidin... Read >
Author: jefferytowell

Avoiding Certain Foods Can Reduce BPH Symptoms

15th September 2010
When you are dealing with the problems and symptoms of an enlarged prostate, or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), it seems like everyone is ready to suggest something new for you to take. Add this supplement to your diet. Try this new medication. It's a... Read >
Author: AC Teeple

Low-priced Grocery List - Make a Food Program for Lower than $50 Weekly

14th May 2010
It really is very tough to make the most from your trip to the grocery store especially with the climbing prices of foodstuff and standard necessities and the increasing wants and needs of the family members. It's quite simple for many of us to pay at lea... Read >
Author: Stephen Cauldry

Gourmet Gift Baskets for Weight Watchers

13th September 2009
With so many kinds of diet and weight loss techniques sprouting like mushrooms from everywhere, the choice of foods has become slimmer and slimmer. And along with the diet we try to religiously follow, comes the demanding task of sticking with the lean fo... Read >
Author: Kevin Lloyd

Kitchen Essentials Cookware- The Aluminum Guide

03rd August 2009
Aluminum is one of the most popular choices for kitchen essentials cookware for several reasons. The greatest advantage to buying aluminum pots and pans is it's affordability. Other advantages are it's excellent ability to conduct heat, it's lightweight m... Read >
Author: Nicole Hamilton

Good Crock Pot Brisket Meal

23rd July 2009
Have you ever been to a restaurant and ordered a plate full of the most tender, mouth watering ribs or chicken that you ever tasted? Well, accept it not, these mouth watering ribs ( or chicken or brisket or butts ) barely compare to the better BBQ meats f... Read >
Author: Slow Cookerrec

Foods that Make You Sleepy: Are You Eating These Foods That Put You To Sleep?

01st July 2009
You know you didn't stay out late last night and you even managed a full eight hours of sleep. So why are you yawning like you pulled an all-nighter? Although lack of sleep has often been tagged as the culprit behind sleepiness, it might not be the one to... Read >
Author: Michael Lee

Mold – The Good and Bad

18th May 2009
Can we fall sick due to mold presence in our environment? Well, yes and no. Two people exposed to mold in a room will react differently. One may feel stuffy and start to get a headache, while the other may feel nothing at all. This depends on their le... Read >
Author: Samatha Oliver

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

Horseradish - Grow and Preserve Your Own

19th February 2009
Growing your own horseradish is a simple business. Best of all, once you grow a bit you'll have it, for free, forever. Now that's what I call sustainable gardening! Horseradish is simple to prepare, preserve and make sauces with, so if you enjoy horseradi... Read >
Author: Leanne D

What Is Colonial Cooking Style?

28th January 2009
Food formed an elemental part of the colonial culture, no matter whatever class of people it was served to. Most interactions took place among people when seated around the dining table. So a conversation started at dinner could very well carry on till la... Read >
Author: Ronald
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