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3 Ways To Cook With Pickles

Posted by on Sep 7, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Pickles are undoubtedly one of America’s most-beloved condiments. Whether the cucumbers are the fermented deli style pickles with fresh garlic cloves and dill or the sweet and slightly spicy bread and butter pickles, they are a nice accompaniment to burgers, hot dogs, and sandwiches. Of course, they’re also great just on their own. Pickles are also good for you. They contain the normal vitamins and minerals present in most vegetables, but they are a good source of probiotics. The natural fermentation process creates friendly gut...

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Three Ways To Deal With Decaffeination

Posted by on Mar 8, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

If you are a faithful coffee drinker who has just been ordered to lower your caffeine intake, the idea of drinking only decaf coffee may be one of the unhappiest thoughts you’ve ever had. But take heart; it is possible to be happy while not being able to drink as much of the caffeinated coffee that you love. Here are three ways to deal with an order to reduce your caffeinated drink load. Go for the Good Stuff While much of the decaf world doesn’t hold up that well to regular caffeinated coffee, there are some very good brands out...

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Do Copper Pans Really Not Work With Induction Cooktops?

Posted by on Jan 19, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Although they are both beloved by amateur and professional chefs alike, copper pans and induction cooktops are, in most cases, fundamentally incompatible. Heating by magnetic induction offers a high degree of safety and precision when compared to conventional stoves, but they require magnetic cookware to actually generate heat. Copper is similarly valued for its ability to conduct heat quickly and evenly, but it is so weakly magnetic that a pure copper pot would remain cold and inert on even the most powerful induction cooktop. There are,...

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Unique Edible Wedding Favors From The Bakery

Posted by on Dec 3, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Wedding favors are big business across the US. On average they cost around $262, but some couples spend much more. Unique wedding favors are considered a must for many couples who are planning a wedding. Wedding favors can be almost anything, but edible favors are usually a big hit with wedding guests. When it comes to edible wedding favors, the sky’s the limit. A visit to a bakery can provide couple’s with a variety of ideas for what they plan on giving to their guests. Custom Bread Delicious, custom-made bread is a great choice...

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Proper Care Of Stainless Steel Restaurant Equipment

Posted by on Oct 28, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

If you work in the kitchen in a restaurant business, you most likely use some equipment or supplies made from stainless steel. Many restaurant owners and cooks use stainless steel in a kitchen environment, because it is a durable metal that lasts a long time. Whether you have stainless steel countertops, appliances, or cookware, proper maintenance is key in keeping the item from rusting or corroding. Here are some steps to take in caring for stainless steel restaurant equipment so it lasts for years to come. Clean Surfaces Often Stainless...

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Smooth And Delicious: Swiss Chocolate

Posted by on Aug 31, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Chocolate has long been a favorite treat for young and old alike. Swiss chocolate is considered to be one of the smoothest and most delicious of all forms of this delectable candy. What makes Swiss chocolate so special, and where did its famous heritage for crafting this fine food begin? Read on to learn more about the background and the secrets behind some of the best chocolate in the world. The Beginning of Swiss Chocolate In the 1500’s, the Spanish brought cocoa back to their country, and the queen had a real affinity for its sweet...

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Sweet Changes: New Research And Methods Keep Maple Syrup Flowing

Posted by on Jul 21, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

You may be one of those people who refuses to pour anything but real maple syrup onto your pancakes, or perhaps you enjoy Grade B maple syrup for its health benefits. If so, you’ll be happy to know that researchers and maple-sugar farm operators are using a combination of bold new ideas and high-tech efficiency to ensure a steady supply of syrup well into the future. Maple syrup remains the same sweet treasure it always has been, but the following developments may make it easier than ever to keep that sticky goodness flowing: Hi-tech...

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Enjoying Healthy BBQ Catering: 3 Tips And Tricks For A Low Cholesterol Diet

Posted by on Jun 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

High blood cholesterol is quite a large health issue in America, as it affects over 73.5 million adults. Having this condition puts you at an increased risk for cardiac diseases and other medical conditions. Fortunately, high cholesterol can be controlled and lowered with an increase in exercise and with a healthy diet. Most people are under the misconception that BBQ is completely off-limits for those with high cholesterol, but this could not be further from the truth. Here are 3 tips for making sure that the food that the BBQ catering...

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5 Reasons To Start Drinking Chia Juice

Posted by on Apr 29, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Although you might have heard of chia juice, you might not have jumped on the bandwagon just yet. Even though many people are enjoying the benefits of chia juice nowadays, you might still be skeptical about its benefits. However, you should know that you are really missing out if you haven’t yet tried one of these drinks. These are just a few of the many benefits of enjoying chia juice. 1. It’s Low in Calories As you probably already know, it can be very easy to drink a large percentage of your daily calories by sipping on your...

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How To Make Mexican-Restaurant-Style Dips

Posted by on Mar 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When eating out at Mexican restaurants, many people look forward to the dips the most. If you want to save money by not eating out, or you are planning a Mexican fiesta at home, you can make authentic Mexican salsa, queso and guacamole yourself. Fresh flavors, such as cilantro and garlic, are what make the homemade dips superior to their jarred and canned counterparts.  Here are three ways to make Mexican-restaurant-quality dips at home: Salsa Whether you like your salsa, mild, medium or hot, you want it to taste fresh and full of...

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