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401. The Delicious and Nutritious Benefits of Black Beans
January 14, 2013


Black Beans were relatively unheard of in the United States 30 or 40 years ago. Now most people have heard of them, if not actually eaten them. In Guatemala in the 1970s I learned the qualities of black beans and enjoy them in many ways to this day. Black beans, as with most other beans are a healthy food. They contain 15 grams each of fiber and protein per cup. They are diabetic friendly food because of the complex carbohydrates that slow down the absorption of sugars. They have an impressive amount of phytonutrients that function as antioxidant and anti inflammatory compounds, which hel... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

402. Many Healthy Ways to Bring Beets to the Table
January 13, 2013


Too many people dislike beets, an unfortunate fact. Those who love beets, really love them. Beets are a highly nutritious root, good for heart and colon health. There are many wonderful ways to incorporate beets into the daily diet. Beets come in many varieties these days. Growing up in the 1950s and 1960s my Dad grew beets in the garden out back. Mom regularly canned beets, summer after summer, and one of the things I loved was peeling them. Beets are interesting in that if cooked whole, and allowed to cool slightly, the skins can easily be slipped off. It was one of my chores before Mom... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

403. Best Split Pea and Ham Soup with Surprise Ingredients
January 12, 2013


There are many recipes for split pea and ham soups available, and this is my favorite. While in the middle of winter, these kinds of soups are the best type for warming body and soul. This one goes just a bit further and adds in a surprising ingredient. Though not the biggest fan of soups, I do eat them and have quite a few really great and favorite recipes. Those soups I make are mainly quite hearty and generally very healthy. I like soups made with a leftover ham bone from whatever holiday. I freeze the bone with some of the meat still left on until needed. The great thing about ham bon... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

404. Italian Cuisine
January 11, 2013


Italian cuisine has a rich history and culture. People usually associate Italian cuisine with pasta and marinara sauce, such as lasagna or spaghetti marinara. Italian food uses a rich variety of vegetables, fruits, meats, cheeses and grains of the region. You may also notice that Italian food vary from one part of the nation to another. The food that is usually eaten in northern Italy is not the same to the food eaten in the southern part of the country. Italian food is always known for its fresh and rich ingredients. Though a limited amount of ingredients are used, but the ingredients... (read more)

Author: Mark Twain

405. Five Ways to Use the Budget Friendly Cabbage in your Diet
January 11, 2013


Cabbage is a part of the Brassica genus, known as cruciferous vegetables. The original name of the Brassicas was Cruciferae, which came from the fact that the flowers of these plants have four petals and were thought to be shaped like a crucifix. All the cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts to name a few, are high in vitamin K which helps blood to clot properly. They are believed to maintain good bone health and have cancer fighting properties. Cabbage is very low in calories, having only about 22 in one cup, and no fat or sodium worthy of mention. Two... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

406. What About Bacon Makes Everything Taste So Good
January 10, 2013


What is it about bacon? It seems that no matter what one makes, bacon just makes it better. Reading a blog this morning got me thinking. There was a comment that bacon is the one thing that will make her husband willing to try a new vegetable. My sister in law has quipped that one could make cardboard taste good if it had bacon added. Do I have answers to the question? No, I do not. I can relish and savor the thought of food with bacon just like the next person. Bacon frying is a mouth watering aroma that just creeps everywhere in the house and makes one want to run to the kitchen and see... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

407. Restaurants in Las Vegas and pizza delivery
January 10, 2013


Las Vegas is known for its casinos and gambling but the food industry is an integral part of the city and offer a wide range of choices. If you are in the city, you can try different cuisines starting from the local to Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Thai and much more. You can also try the pizza delivery, Las Vegas style. Since most people associate good food with a good lifestyle, restaurants in Las Vegas cater to a wide range of lifestyles. While you can end up spending quite a lot of money if you get into the casinos, the food is not an expensive affair in Vegas. If you are too tired fro... (read more)

Author: Ron aldo

408. Driving test training costs rose more than 7000 yuan Shanghai broken over 5000 yuan
January 09, 2013


The beginning of the new year, known as "the history of the most stringent" SGX regulatory implementation, driver examination also began to "big face". Not usher in a new driving test first driving school to improve teaching methods, but the training fee crashed skyrocketing, the highest increase has been over half. Since the implementation of the new driving test trolley school fare exceeded 7,000 yuan, Beijing Jiapei cost generally crossed the 5,000 mark. Before the dismal reality of the beginning of the new driving test implementation rate, many places Jiapei caught in the embarrassing... (read more)

Author: sdfer sereww

409. Five Basic Food Cutting Methods Explained
January 09, 2013


When we watch TV these days there are cooking shows of one kind or other everywhere. This is really great, because so much more information is readily available than ever before. Not everyone who cooks on TV is a true professional chef, but many are. They are trained professionally, and certain terms are taught to them. These words become second nature to hear and use, though not all of the general public watching at home always understands what these terms mean. Here are five of the most common terms for ways of cutting foods that should demystify these terms for everyone. Slice Sl... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

410. All About Booking An Aircraft
January 09, 2013


Planning trips is fun and exciting but can be tiring too. What makes it arduous is the process itself – selecting the place to visit, arranging your schedule, looking through some hotels, planning what to wear and bring, and booking an aircraft. For simplicity, we will be tackling more on the booking. Booking takes a lot more than just calling an aviation company and telling the staff that you want to set a flight schedule. It entails more than that. Before you decide to purchase some plane tickets, you might want to know how to get the best seat. Usually, airline carriers have seat a... (read more)

Author: yuri chan

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January 08, 2013


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412. Bubble and Squeak. Leftovers Reborn or Made From Scratch.
January 08, 2013


The United Kingdom has some unusual names for foods. We have all heard some of them in movies, if not a cooking show or two. I wondered where some of the names come from, like Bubble and Squeak. I came across this name and it made me curious. Not only why that particular name, but what is in the dish that it be called by that name? It turns out that Bubble and Squeak is a dish primarily made from the leftovers of roast meat and vegetables. It is possible that this dish has been around since the 1800s. The British are fond of roast meat with potatoes, cabbage, Brussels Sprouts, peas, or ot... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

413. Scrumptious Restaurants and Thrilling Bars
January 07, 2013


The restaurants and bars in Jersey are some of the most frequented places on this island for a variety of reasons. The bistros in Jersey, the biggest of the Channel Islands, are simply superb. Not only is the food fantastic and the ambiance out of this world, but the staff and management are forever thinking of ways to make the experience of their customers even better. There are many restaurants and bars in Jersey to choose from, and tourists are guaranteed to find more than one that suits their preferences in cuisine and atmosphere. In addition to great food and drinks, there is music and da... (read more)

Author: Albert Perez

414. Five Simple Tools To Help You Bake Like A Pro
January 07, 2013


Having these time saving and helpful little tools make all the difference in the ease of creating your recipe. While one can get by on far less, I recommend these tools as basics. None of them are high priced items, and are accessible to aspiring bakers. This article is geared to young and aspiring bakers, looking to buy those tools that might be most helpful in baking anything from cakes to cookies and pies. When I started out, gratefully my mother had furnished most of the small tools I would need for cooking and baking as my wedding present. If this is not the case for you, then check ... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

415. Eat Thai to Stay Healthy and Keep Slim by Oi Cheepchaiissara
January 07, 2013


People often ask me why so many Thais remain thin despite our very obvious passion for food. In fact, this used to puzzle me, too, until I started researching and writing my books on Thai cooking. The answer is now clear: it's the ingredients, it's the preparation, it's the way we cook, and it's the way we eat. Let me explain! First, I must warn you that my remarks are all about traditional Thai cooking, with just a few minor variations to accommodate Western taste. I am not referring to any of the current fads that you'll currently find in Bangkok, where thin teenagers are turning into p... (read more)

Author: Julie Brown

416. Five Steps to Help in Planning Food for a Party
January 06, 2013


Though the holiday rush is over, there are always meals to prepare and always celebrations to plan. Excellent planning can mean the difference between preparing a meal you can enjoy or one you are too tired to enjoy. Follow these tips for your next event. We all have large meals to plan at one time or other, and time is always at a premium. Whether it is a birthday party for children or a spouse, Valentines Day or any other, we all are called upon to deliver something tasty and interesting. Making these events less stressful to plan and execute is as important as the event itself. No one ... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

417. Serbian Nut Pita from My Grandmother
January 05, 2013


My Grandmother was an excellent baker, accomplishing miracles in her tiny kitchen. Nut Pita was a special treat, particularly at Christmas. Many recipes have never been passed down to us. Nuts or poppy seed were very common ingredients in her pastries. Pita means pie in Serbian, and I understand that the pastry part of these pies is generally a puff pastry dough or phyllo dough. The fillings could also be meat fillings, cheese or fruit. Pie can be interpreted as anything made with a crust, usually on the bottom, and sometimes also on top of a filling. Fillings may be sweet or savory. In ... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

418. Four Desserts from My Serbian Grandma
January 04, 2013


With a reverent nod to my Grandmother who was a magnificent pastry baker, I want to list some of the things I recall most vividly from her repertoire. She spent long hours baking in her little kitchen. I recall watching her stretch strudel dough, bakes cakes, make pastries. My grandmother was from Serbia, part of the Yugoslavian union at the time she came to the US. She did not become a US citizen until I was 12 years old. She spoke the Rusyn dialect with her children, including my father who was born in the US, and her English was broken and strongly accented all her life. Grandma was a... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

419. Escape to the Caribbean for an Unforgettable Holiday Adventure
January 04, 2013


Are you interested in Caribbean tourism? You are not alone. Every single year more than 10 million people make their way to these beautiful islands. And who can blame them? Sparkling blue beaches, palm trees, amazing weather all year long- these are only a few of the amenities that can be found with a holiday in the Caribbean. A visit to any of the islands in the Caribbean will provide you with total peace and relaxation, enabling you to enjoy a vacation unlike anything you could ever imagine. Whether you have a few days to spend or an entire week or more, the Caribbean islands will set you fr... (read more)

Author: Shane Stolz

420. Rabbit. A Less Used White Meat
January 03, 2013


People in the US seem squeamish about the thought of eating rabbit. Most of the rest of the world sees nothing at all strange about rabbit as a regular food. Rabbit is less fatty than turkey or chicken and makes a fantastic stew or fricassee. While living in Guatemala in the 1970s I had the opportunity to meet a couple from Europe. The wife was from southern Switzerland and the husband from northern Italy. We were invited to dinner at their house one evening and were served a lovely, rich rabbit stew over spaghetti noodles, with a bottle of Chianti wine. Having lived only in the US for my... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

421. Live in Manhattan without the Expensive Costs
January 02, 2013


Living in Manhattan provides a host of benefits found nowhere else in the states. Manhattan is where it is all at, the city that never sleeps as it entertains the crowds with the best of the best. Actors, musicians, politicians and more all call Manhattan home, and if you want to join this list of prestigious people, doing so is now easier than you may have ever thought. Manhattan student housing is available, and with it you can find yourself living in the heart of the city. Manhattan student housing offers extended stay hotels with weekly or monthly rates. Everything that you need to li... (read more)

Author: William Longstreet

422. Who Says NYC Hotels must be Expensive
January 02, 2013


No one will argue that the prices of goods and services in NYC is expensive; most often prices in The Big Apple are far more than what you would pay elsewhere in the United States, especially when you are searching for a hotel that puts you close to Central Park, the Upper West Side and the many other amazing NYC attractions. But, this doesn’t mean that you cannot find affordable accommodations right in the heart of it all. Budget hotels in New York City are available if you’re willing to look for them. Find your Budget Hotel If you’re thinking that a budget hotel means a crummy hote... (read more)

Author: Jason Lowry

423. Authentic Mexican Food Recipes From Cafe Rio Mexican Grill
January 02, 2013


The dedicated employees at Cafe Rio Mexican Grill know how much their customers love the taste of authentic Mexican food, which is why each and every item on the menu is prepared daily, using only the best and freshest ingredients. Cafe Rio’s philosophy from the start has been to make every meal a masterpiece and Cafe Rio branches across the United States are committed to upholding this philosophy and offer the same award winning Mexican food to each customer. So what makes Cafe Rio Mexican Grill different from your typical Mexican food restaurant? Well, Cafe Rio Mexican Grill offers a va... (read more)

Author: Cafe Rio

424. Tips for Barista Success
January 02, 2013


If you're the type of person that enjoys the aroma of fresh espresso and loves meeting brand new customers then you need to consider looking into the line of work of becoming a barista. You may find that you actually excel at it, however don’t count upon barista brilliance to happen within a few days. Top baristas have refined their talent over a number of years. It requires time for you to learn how to be regarded as a professional barista and how to make unique flavored espressos which customers prefer, to be effective operating the coffee making machines and then deliver full flavored ... (read more)

Author: Ben Rucker

425. Puff Pastry. Easy Ways to get Gourmet Results
January 01, 2013


Too many people fear using Puff Pastry, though it is available in most groceries. It can take a mundane food to something sublime in just minutes. Easy to use with outstanding results, it is something everyone should try. Puff Pastry sheets are available most everywhere these days. Making your own puff pastry dough is a daunting task. It is very rewarding to do, but if it is available in the grocery without all the work, why not take advantage? Puff pastry is a yeast dough that is rolled, slathered with butter, folded, chilled, rolled, slathered with more butter, folded, and chilled. This... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern



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