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Netflix for Chef’s
If you are anything like me, an unabashed food lover, it can sometimes be difficult to find something new to watch. From endless Food Network binges to the movie classics of Julie and Julia, there was a large gap for a period of time. But do not fear! For Netflix and other streaming services have been cooking up quite the lineup for foodies in recent years. So grab your gourmet popcorn and get ready for a binge weekend!
10 Incredibly Simple Food Hacks and Tricks
You probably caught onto this article because you were hoping to find some food hacks and ideas that could help make preparing food a lot easier no matter if you are making dinner for your family or for guests at your next party, am I right?
Unusual Vegetables and Fruits
Vegetables Black radishes are more commonly found in Europe. In the US you can find them at specialty grocery stores and local farmers markets, The taste of a black radish is pungent and aromatic. One way to enjoy them is to take a peeled black radish and grate it into a bowl and then add sour cream and some salt and pepper and mix well, It can be like a salad by itself or as a sidedish.
Good Ol' Jellico Cooking
There is nothing else that can warm up your soul like having a good old fashioned home cooked meal. A while ago we asked the good people of Jellico to share some of their favorite home recipes with us. We're excited to finally share with you some good old fashioned cooking from right here in our hometown. We asked each person to share a story with us about their recipe and why it's their most favorite.
The Secret Behind Perfect Pancakes
Mila could not believe it. Her latest recipe for Greek-inspired meatloaf had more than 50,000 page views, and the viewers trickled onto other pages: Mexican chocolate pudding had 12,356; Sichuan nachos had 6,912; Jamaican jerk chicken flautas had 3,055. She could not tear her eyes away from the screen. This was it, she thought, the break she'd been waiting for.
The health benefits of BBQ food: an expert guide
The warmer months are right around the corner. Usually this would mean millions of Brits firing up the BBQ to enjoy al fresco dining with family and friends. However, due to Covid-19, the country has been on lockdown since March, meaning that social gatherings are no longer allowed as we tackle this pandemic.
Canned Stew and Empires
Laying out a sequence of cause and effect in history is sometimes a dangerous pastime. But let’s give it a try. Napoleon Bonaparte was arguably the most capable commander and emperor in modern times. There were other powerful emperors, even if they did not take on that title, but they generally failed as commanders. As a part of his role as commander of the French army around 1800, Napoleon sought a solution to the problem of inadequate food for his troops. It seemed, oddly enough, that the people who he was invading took to destroying their crops and stored food as they retreated from his advancing forces. This meant that the only way to feed his legions was to cart in food from behind the lines using wagons and horses. It was not efficient and as those supply lines became longer and longer with the successes he had in battle, the lines themselves became an exposed liability.
Duck is my absolute favorite protein. I have always enjoyed it but the real love affair started when I was working as the Executive Chef at Third & Vine in Jersey City, NJ. We had tried a duck prosciutto for our charcuterie offerings and it was amazingly delicious but the cost was a bit high. I decided to try my hand at making something similar and came up with a smoked duck breast that was easily as delicious and cost us less to make. It was one of our most popular sellers for the 3 years I was there.
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Mealtime Made Easier with Plant Camp: A Mom's Newest Discovery
Mealtime Made Easier with Plant Camp: A Mom’s Newest Discovery Mealtime with toddlers, it’s always an adventure. “Will they eat it?”
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Here's How I Feed My Picky Toddlers Veggies
Around 5:00 PM every evening, I hear the chorus of the witching hour: “my tummy’s hungry!” My 3-year-old twin toddlers—without missing a beat—always come clawing at me for food right before dinner time. You know what the amazing part is, though? Whenever I sing out through the house, “dinner’s ready!” shortly after (and serve their plates that include new vegetables), their tummies all of a sudden seem like they’re not hungry after all. This used to be our every day. But I’ve come up with a better, fool-proof game plan and have some tips to share with all of you toddler parents!
7 Sustainable Food Choices for a Better Tomorrow
Food on your plate has the capacity to create a massive impact on your environment. With global warming on the rise, every choice you make affects your personal environmental footprint. Sustainable food choices are the only way forward.
Cafes In Brisbane
Brisbane is a large, modern, multi-cultural city that offers a world-class education, affordable living, a great subtropical environment, and plenty of things to do and see.