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New Year Cooking Recipes

 

 

 

 

There are plenty of cooking recipes and dishes of diverse societies and countries however nothing is further distinctive and spirited than Moroccan cooking in any way for the reason that it absorbs miscellaneous recipes and cooking which can create a center of attention to your eyes further than your mind's eye. The variety of Moroccan cuisines is that they are combination of more than a few cultures and nations over the centuries such as Moorish,…

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Added by Nate on December 2, 2011 at 11:14am — No Comments

Texas Corn Bread... MyTexas Family Tradition and Its Recipe

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…

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Added by Jack Tyler on December 2, 2011 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

The History and Recipe of the Caesar Salad (Mexican Original)

Caesar's Restaurant in Tijuana, Mexico

An article from my Mexico travel blog, …

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Added by Jack Tyler on December 1, 2011 at 7:00am — No Comments

Restaurant Broker We Sell Restaurants Sells Sip Coffee Shop in Buckhead

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…

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Added by We Sell Restaurants on November 30, 2011 at 2:24pm — No Comments

Restaurant Broker We Sell Restaurants Sells Tasca Latin Bistro

Restaurant Broker, We Sell Restaurants has sold another Georgia Restaurant.  Another restaurant in John's Creek has a new owner.

Restaurant broker,…

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Added by We Sell Restaurants on November 29, 2011 at 9:50am — No Comments

Berries and how to store them.

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…

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Added by Matthew Babbage on November 26, 2011 at 9:05am — No Comments

Great food in rockwall tx

Great food in rockwall tx,



Well i went to the allure restraunt in rockwall tx , the food was spot on, and the service was so great. The customers were enjoying their food with a great veiw of the lake it reminded me of boston on the bay. If you want a great sea bass and cakes, then go to the allure were chef Cox will please your stomach. The server was a great one as for the food i Give it a 6 star rating, price - was great and on tuesdays date night 1 free entree for your gal great… Continue

Added by joe florez on November 23, 2011 at 10:22am — No Comments

My formulation on culinary arts is.....

I am a contractor,architect,artist,and musician,and everything done is on the order of,creativity,structure,flow,evolution,balance,and integrated chemistry.

Added by Edward Spacer on November 20, 2011 at 2:18pm — No Comments

Alpino Italian Pasta salad

Heres a good one I created and I invite all to try,share,and co mn nent.



Serves eight.



Bring a medium saucepan to a boil. Add one pound of elbow macaroni.cook for 8-10 minutes. Add one teaspoon of olive oil and salt for cooking.



Step two-you will need,



*three cans of tuna in water.drained.

*one can of sweet peas.

*8 ounces of cubed ham.

*four tablespoons of mayonnaise

*two tablespoons of creamy italian dressing.

*one… Continue

Added by Edward Spacer on November 20, 2011 at 2:08pm — No Comments

Food is a chemistry of flavor and love

Well,this is my first time here. I love food. It is a representation of culture,and a chemistry of flavor by region. Know your ingredients.know your flavors. Experiment often. In the culinary arts,it is a science of whats tastes and feels good.my family is from the alpino region of italy,which has french,austrian,german,and swiss culinary influence.from a personal perspective. At a marketing perspective,its finding a new touch,something people like and marketing.

Added by Edward Spacer on November 20, 2011 at 1:20pm — No Comments

What You Need to Know About Olive Oil

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…

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Added by Raymond Maxa on November 17, 2011 at 4:08pm — No Comments

Breakfast...A Relaxation Technique

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.…

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Added by Ricky Panesar on November 16, 2011 at 7:14pm — No Comments

Red, White, Rosé: Which Should I Order?



Pairing Wine with Food

I 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.  

 

There is a reason and some sense behind those rules, but the important thing is to drink wines you like.There is a reason that this saying exists. Do not completely ignore the wisdom of many years; to do so you…
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Added by Joseph Yacino on November 15, 2011 at 10:21am — 2 Comments

Tom Turkey Dressed Up

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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Added by Joseph Yacino on November 13, 2011 at 12:15pm — No Comments

Hottest Burger in Chicago





The Hell on Earth Burger or as one of my customers calls it, the Heaven on Earth Burger is probably the Hottest… Continue

Added by Gus Pas on November 8, 2011 at 2:33pm — 1 Comment

The Unhealthy Vegetarian/Vegan







Unhealthy you say?  How can that be?  Whether you are already eating a vegetarian or vegan diet or just considering it you can still eat unhealthy.  Potato chips (crips), french fries (chips) are vegan.  Coca Cola and Sprite are vegan.  Eating an surfeit of these foods is definitely not healthy.  We have all seen and heard the outspoken person harping on how much more healthy they are because they switched a vegetarian diet and they are either obese or sickly thin with a… Continue

Added by Joseph Yacino on November 6, 2011 at 1:19pm — No Comments

Quinoa

 

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…

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Added by Matthew Babbage on November 6, 2011 at 11:21am — No Comments

Why Gluten/Dairy Free????

 



By Joseph Yacino/YaDa Chef 





There has been much talk about
not eating gluten or dairy.   Contrary to popular thinking, not everyone needs to be on a gluten/dairy free diet.

 

The first and foremost reason to alter your diet would be a medical…
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Added by Joseph Yacino on November 2, 2011 at 4:19pm — 4 Comments

The Dirty Dozen and the Clean Fifteen

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.

Reference:…

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Added by Katherine Dacanay on October 31, 2011 at 8:23pm — No Comments

Top 5 Grassfed Steak Mis-steaks

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…

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Added by Shannon Hayes on October 30, 2011 at 5:39am — No Comments

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