Growing up in Texas usually means that you eat a lot of corn bread.
My household was no different. There always seemed to be a black cast iron frying pan sitting…
An article from my Mexico travel blog, …Continue
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Restaurant Broker We Sell Restaurants has sold another Buckhead restaurant. SIP the Experience located at the Lindbergh Marta Station is under new ownership.
Atlanta restaurant broker, We Sell Restaurants described SIP as an urban Atlanta coffee shop for sale featuring exceptional french press coffee, specialty espresso, small meals and teas. That description appealed to Sophia Whang, a foreign resident seeking an E2 visa…Continue
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Restaurant Broker, We Sell Restaurants has sold another Georgia Restaurant. Another restaurant in John's Creek has a new owner.
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Berries and how to store them
The demanding consumer will always outweigh seasonality, availability, sustainability and price.
Spending time with friends and family and what and how to feed everyone is a cause of much stress and considerable expense.
This is particularly true during the holiday season when people will spend money on indulgences avoided the rest of the year.
Fresh fruit and vegetables have been more expensive…Continue
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Olive oil is one of the most widely used and least understood specialty foods. The information on the label is exact but if you are unaware of the precise definitions you just help put extra money in an unscrupulously vague manufacturors pocket. By being aware of how it is made, it is easier to be aware of what it actually is.
All olives start by being picked, washed and crushed. The next step is "pressing". In today's world most olives are sent through a centrifuge and the solids…Continue
Added by Raymond Maxa on November 17, 2011 at 4:08pm — No Comments
Everyone loves to be able to lay about in bed without needing to worry about their every day stresses, and it’s especially wonderful when someone else is up and about with pots and pans!
Sometimes the most relaxing breakfast idea is just to spend it doing what you want to do, or letting your loved one be thrilled by the idea of being able to relax in bed for as long as they like.
Bringa steaming coffee, the morning paper and toast or biscotti for a perfect morning staying in.…Continue
Added by Ricky Panesar on November 16, 2011 at 7:14pm — No Comments
Pairing Wine with FoodI think we have all heard the old adage of red wine with red meat, white wine with fish and white meats. The mere mention of rosé to most people causes them to turn up their noses.
The thought of Thanksgiving brings visions of a Norman Rockwell painting, with a table laden with all of the traditional foods. Over the past decade or so there have been those that did their best to change those traditions by not having turkey as the star. I however am not one of those people. In my world unless you are a vegan or vegetarian it is de rigueur to consume turkey. This does not however…
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Commonly mistaken as a grain Quinoa is a seed that has remained unchanged for 100’s of years. When cooked it has a nutty flavor and is high in protein, folate, iron and zinc.
Cook one-cup soymilk, and one half-cup quinoa about 10-15 minutes or until the seeds burst, add one-tablespoon agave syrup and one half-cup blueberries.
The total caloric intake between 325 and 350 calories, low in fat and a good source of fiber. Compare it two eggs with two pieces bacon plus…Continue
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The Clean Fifteen - Foods you don't have to buy Organic:
Onions, avocados, sweet corn, pineapples, mangoes, sweet peas, asparagus, kiwi, cabbage, eggplant, cantaloupe, watermelon, watermelon, sweet potatoes, honeydew melon.
The Dirty Dozen: Foods you have to buy Organic-
Celery, peaches, strawberries, apples, blueberries, nectarines, bell pappers, spinach, collard greens/kale, cherries, potatoes, grapes.
Added by Katherine Dacanay on October 31, 2011 at 8:23pm — No Comments
Selling grassfed meat at a farmers’ market is great work, if you can get it. Folks who are inclined to buy your product are also very likely to make terrific friends. The double bonus is that these folks have a habit of buying your meat and then inviting you to their house to eat it with them…amazing! I mind my P’s and Q’s as best I can on these off-farm excursions, but admittedly, I have a teeny control streak that takes over whenever I learn that steaks are on the…Continue
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We live in a time where "fancy food," is more often than not considered better. I believe that in some situations this is completely incorrect. Thus I have constructed a easy "Average Annie," style recipe for all you burger fundamentalists out there with a need for normalcy.
The Classic Average Annie Burger. (With or without cheese...although we know cheese makes everything better..)
1 (1/3 pd) Angus Beef pattie
1 tsp of soy sauce
1 tsp of liquid…Continue
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