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Interested in Trying Juicing: Get the Facts

Want to try juicing? Juicing has been a favorite healthy activity for many – from the young to the young-at-heart. More and more are turning to juicing, whether they just want to enjoy a glass of fresh squeezed juice with their breakfast or to help stay healthy. Juicing has...
Posted On 24 Sep 2013

Your Life After 25 Attends @AllegriniWine’s Cook-Off For A Cause In Atlanta!

Marilisa Allegrini & Da Vinci at Cook-Off For A Cause As you all know, we LOVE food, but even more than that we love to be able to do our part to help the community and causes. When I received the invitation for Cook-Off for a Cause I was ecstatic and more than happy to...
Posted On 17 Sep 2013

Sugar in Foods (A Sweet Trap)

Are you aware that your favorite beverages, condiments, spices, and dried fruits may be loaded with fructose? Be extra wary their labels say “fat-free” or “non-fat” (and even “100% juice”), because they are surely loaded with high fructose corn syrup...
Posted On 16 Sep 2013

Remembering Summertime Memories With @Lays® – Share Your Summer Memory & Enter To Win!

This post is brought to you by Lays® opinions are 100% mine. Labor Day has just passed and it almost seems like this year Summer was gone just as fast as it came… I think it’s something that happens as you get older though, time flying by. Summertime is one of my...
Posted On 05 Sep 2013

Using High End Vinegar In Your Food Creations

When you are preparing new dishes for your restaurant, it is important to explore all ranges of the flavor palette in order to find the food creations that best exemplify your unique style. From trying new recipes from scratch to changing just a few ingredients, you will be able...
Posted On 03 Sep 2013

How To Make Crispy Vegetable Spring Rolls

Crispy Vegetable Spring Rolls recipe. This quick recipe for spring rolls will show you how to make this authentic Asian appetiser at home. You’ll no longer have to worry about them getting soggy while being delivered! : You will need: Units:MetricUS ImperialUK Imperial 10...
Posted On 17 Jun 2011

How To Make Irish Stew And Dumplings

Irish Stew and Dumplings Recipe. A delicious hearty dish, perfect for winter. A traditional dish which still warms our hearts. Sample our Irish Stew and Dumplings recipe. You will need Units:MetricUS ImperialUK Imperial 2 ¾ lb lamb or beef 2 tbsp of seasoned flour 12 ½ oz...
Posted On 06 May 2011

How To Make Hummus

Recipe Tip 1: You Can Add 1-2 Cloves of Garlic For Added Flavor Recipe Tip 2: Instead of this rendition you can also just blend/process all the ingredients into a paste Step 1: You will need… Units:MetricUS ImperialUK Imperial 8 ¾ oz chickpeas , presoaked over-night 5 fl oz...
Posted On 29 Apr 2011

How To Make Falafel

Falafel Recipe. A traditional middle eastern dish. A very filling vegetarian dish, perfect as a starter, main course or just a snack. Savour our Falafel recipe. Step 1: You will need… Units:MetricUS ImperialUK Imperial 8 ¾ oz chickpeas 3 cloves of garlic , chopped 1 handful of...
Posted On 19 Apr 2011

What Foods Contain High Antioxidants Levels?

Author: Dan Fonder Substances that aid our body in combating free radicals which damages our tissues are called antioxidants. There are various antioxidants needed to fight against various free radicals, so one needs to be aware of foods that contain high antioxidant levels and...
Posted On 14 Apr 2011

How To Make Jamaican Codfish Balls

This traditional Jamaican salt fish dish is easy to make and very delicious. Caution: It is very spicy! How to make Jamaican Codfish Balls by Dave Microdac
Posted On 08 Apr 2011

Is Chocolate That Healthy?

It is great news that research has found a food that lowers blood pressure and is healthy for the heart and maybe more. The problem is that the chocolate Americans consume most is not the kind that was studied. The more popular kinds of chocolate have little or no positive effect...
Posted On 01 Apr 2011

Bread Storage: Do it Right

Author: eric Bread is best after it is just baked and still warm. The moisture has evaporated, intensifying the flavor, creating a soft and creamy taste on the palate. Finding what to do with excess bread is often problematic to maintain its freshness. Therefore proper bread...
Posted On 29 Mar 2011