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Things to Know Before Choosing Your Wedding Caterers
By Samuel Leon · 2 years ago
Your wedding caterers will not only prepare your wedding menu and help coordinate the flow of the dinner but they also provide the tableware rentals. So after you shortlist the potential catering services, here are ...
Creative Leftovers
By Ruby Wine · 2 years ago
Did you know that up to 40% of food grown, processed and transported in the U.S. will never be eaten? On the average, 44% of Americans have found items in the refrigerator they didn't realize ...
Cooking with Disney Cookware Review
By Ruby Cupp · 3 years ago
The brand Disney brings back memories of childhood. But you don't have to be a child! Movies, fun times, food, Mickey Mouse ice cream, joys, Mickey Mouse, and ears. This article tells you how to ...
How to pick the right grill
By Stanford Collen · 3 years ago
Charcoal Grills Charcoal grills are one of the most used types of grills. Charcoal grills utilize charcoal and lighter fluid to heat up and cook your food. Charcoal grills come in all shapes and sizes, ...
Affordable Weekend Dinner Ideas For 2
By Paige Mitchell · 3 years ago
Having a nice dinner on the weekend doesn’t need to be an expensive venture. You can buy a lot of cheap ingredients from the grocery store and make something delicious. Or you could snag a ...
Cookbook for College Students
By Woodrow Wilson · 3 years ago
Don't let your student starve. College is a busy and expensive time. Students can't afford the time to cook or the cost of eating out. Surveys show that nearly half of all University of California ...
What You Need To Know About Guilt Free Desserts
By Katie Lotsberg · 4 years ago
For generations in the past, dessert was a part of everyday life. Family dinners ended with dessert, and it was served with lunches in school cafeterias. Desserts were the main attractions at birthday parties, during ...
5 Non-vegetarian all-time favorite dishes available at kosher restaurants
By Linda Clinton · 4 years ago
The word kosher means suitable or pure, it ensures fitness for consumption. Many confuses Kosher as strict rules and religious regulations. The other name of kosher is kashrus a Hebrew word. The laws of Kashrus ...
Surprising Things You Can Make in a Rice Cooker
By Karen Argent · 4 years ago
The humble rice cooker is one of those reliable home appliances that everyone has, whether they consume a lot of rice or not. A mainstay in most Asian homes, it has its own quiet corner ...
9 useful facts about almonds
By Boyan Minchev · 4 years ago
Almonds are nuts, rich in nutrients. Due to its high content of dietary fiber, protein, organic vitamins and minerals such as calcium, potassium, and magnesium, the almonds are considered to be appropriate for maintaining a ...
Save Money And Time With A Bread Maker
By Ja Conners · 5 years ago
A loaf of bread depending on what brand and variety you buy can run anywhere from two dollars to five dollars. If you were to make your own bread you would only need to buy ...
An Introduction to Bread Ingredients
By Ja Conners · 5 years ago
Bread Flour Bread flour has a high content of gluten so sometimes you may see this advertised as high gluten flour. High Gluten flour contains high protein and is usually a good flour for bread ...
Brodo di Cappone…Broth with Capon
By Ben Pritchard · 5 years ago
Cappone.. Food of the wealthy, hearty super simple and totally delicious....... Directions Ingredients 1 large capon, cut into 8 pieces 1 1/2 teaspoons coarse salt 2 cloves garlic, peeled & smashed 1 large onion, peeled ...
Natale Italiano – or Christmas D.O.P. In Simon and Alessandro’s Crazy Style!
By Ben Pritchard · 5 years ago
Saturday 21 November dawned bright and………..SNOWY! Our Christmas extravaganza in the Curious Kitchen was already panning out better than we could have hoped: Simon had collected Alessandro Martini, proprietor of Italian Days Experiences based in ...
Growth of restaurants in Indianapolis- Strategically burgeoning by leaps and bounds
By Nancy Watson · 5 years ago
Over the past few years, many restaurants have made a heavy push to strategically penetrate in the growing market. Restaurants are incorporating effective management techniques and expanded their operations strategically all over the United States. ...
Curcumin and its Health Benefits
By Arthur Hal · 6 years ago
For several years, turmeric played a major part in Ayurvedic customs, from lowering arthritis, inflammation to a whole host of illness. Presently, there are numerous continuous looks into on Curcumin and turmeric to see their ...
Healthy Baking The Gluten Free Way
By Gretchen Scalpi, Rd, Cde · 6 years ago
In the past if you needed to bake a gluten free recipe you had to make your own baking mix. This took a lot of trial and error and often resulted in disaster. Now you ...
7 Perks That Silicone Bakeware Will Bring To Your Kitchen
By John Gerard · 6 years ago
A silicone mat for cooking offers many benefits. Here are the 7 most significant advantages you will enjoy when you have this type of bakeware in your kitchen. 1. Light-weight. Silicone is a lightweight product. ...
Golden rules to prepare the true Italian Risotto
By Giorgio Venturelli · 6 years ago
Risotto is one of the most famous Italian dishes and belongs to the culinary tradition of the northern regions of the "Bel Paese". Whatever type of risotto you prepare, there are some basic rules you ...
Little Known Facts and Other Uses for Rolling Pins
By Sharon Cacho · 6 years ago
Who invented them? Why were they invented? Are they only good for rolling out bread dough and cookies? I will answer these and other... very interesting things about our need for rolling pins! First, not ...