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451. Diversity in Swedish Limpa Rye Beer Bread
December 17, 2012


Many long years ago, I was given a loaf of Swedish Limpa Rye Beer Bread, by a neighbor I was friendly with at that time. I had been making bread for over 10 years at the time and knew the basics. I had never come in contact with anyone Swedish before, and I seem to be attracted by different cultures and their foods. I took the loaf home with me and ate a slice. Oh my, was it good. I had to know the recipe. I went back to her house next day to enquire about the recipe. She explained to me that each year when her grandmother came from Sweden to visit, she would make this bread. The recipe ... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

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December 17, 2012


Most of us work with varieties of wristwatches in this lifetime. A variety of them usually are recommended intended for regular application. In contrast; a variety of them usually are preferred for being utilised in exclusive functions including get-togethers along with functions. That's why a variety of clocks usually are preferred in addition to utilised everywhere. Replica watches usually are most famous clocks which might be preferred everywhere you go. There are various considerations which often will allow you to desire most of these watches in excess of some others. We will view most of... (read more)

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453. Get to Know Mahlab. A Pleasant and Aromatic Spice.
December 16, 2012


Outside of Turkey, the Middle East and Greece, Mahlab is little known. This spice is the inner kernel of the pit of the St. Lucie Cherry, Prunus mahaleb. In these countries and others the name is slightly different and can be found spelled as Mahaleb, Mahleb, Mahalabi, Mahiepi and others. The tree is deciduous and can grow to 40 feet in the right climate. The bark is smooth and red. The fragrant flowers are white, on long stalks and in clusters. The fruits are small, only up to about 3/8 inch, turning black when ripe. It grows wild in southern Europe, the Middle East, the Mediterranean and T... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

454. Galangal - A Pungent Relative of Ginger
December 15, 2012


Galangal or galanga rhizome goes by many names as well as scientific names. There is a greater galangal and a lesser galangal. The formal title for the galangal plant used most for cooking is Alpinia officinarum. It looks very much like ginger root and is related to ginger, but there the similarity ends. Galangal is a rhizome, or underground stem. It is sharper and hotter and more like mustard than ginger. It is one thing that gives Thai cooking some of its heat. Another galangal is perhaps used more often as an herbal medicine by the same Asian cultures. This variety looks far different wi... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

455. Enjoying the Diverse Foods of Guatemala
December 14, 2012


When I married and moved to Guatemala, I had little experience in the kitchen. My culinary expertise at age 20 covered making coleslaw from scratch, making wieners with canned beans and cheese over top as a casserole, and making a cake from box. I was ill prepared for all I had to learn, as the quality of boxed or canned goods in Guatemala was poor and the selection extremely limited. First Encounters, Black Beans and Tamales The first time I went to Guatemala was at Christmas with my Dad. I was to marry the following spring, and he wanted to meet the family and see the country I was... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

456. Advantages of Making Your Own Bread
December 14, 2012


More and more homemakers are now opting to undergo the hard process of kneading dough than conveniently going to the store to buy bread for the family. People who are too busy to make their own food may wonder why, but for those who have come to know the advantages of making their own dough, baking homemade bread is a rewarding activity that not only provide something to eat but a lot of other benefits as well. Below are some of the advantages that can be derived from making your own bread: More Savings We all know that prices continue to rise nowadays. The price of bread is no ... (read more)

Author: Isoare Nadala

457. Becoming Familiar with Grains of Paradise
December 13, 2012


A West African spice, at one time more accessible and less expensive than pepper for spice-hungry Europe. As pepper became more available, Grains of Paradise had less demand and prices rose. Once again, Grains of Paradise are in vogue. Grains of Paradise, Aframomum melegueta, are a species in the ginger family and related to cardamom. Sometimes known as Guinea Pepper or Melegueta Pepper, this spice has been out of vogue for a long time. In the 14th and 15th centuries, production of the spice was so important that the Gulf of Guinea coast became known as the Melegueta Coast. The ease of ac... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

458. Burj Al Arab: The Tower of the Arabs
December 13, 2012


Constructed on an 280m artificial island and designed to mimic the sail of a ship, the Burj al Khalifa is a fusion of fine art and extreme engineering. This hotel is a testament to the Dubai’s ever expanding architecture. When visitors came to this majestic country they have a chance to witness a place that has advanced many years into the future. The colossal shopping malls, grand business centers and impressive skyscrapers will surely render you speechless. It is quite astonishing that this “land of deserts” has evolved into a royal city of dreams, bursting with prosperity at the seams.... (read more)

Author: Diane Trader

459. Let Your Heart Race with a Sail Boat Tour in Dubai
December 13, 2012


Dhow racing is an extremely grueling sport that is solely dependent on skill and experience. Traditional dhow sailing and racing have been an integral part of Dubai’s heritage for centuries. Traditional dhow sailing and racing have been an integral part of Dubai’s heritage for centuries. This grand sport was introduced to the waters of Dubai in 1996 for the empowerment of local seamen and to draw attention to the kingdoms cultural link to the sea. In Dubai, dhow racing is a familial affair for the sailors as team’s compromise of Fathers and their sons. Grand children, cousins and other yo... (read more)

Author: Diane Trader

460. Save Money on Your Weight Loss Advocacy with Eastern Foods
December 13, 2012


Many people frequently face the challenge of slimming down because of the costly diet plan plans that they should stay with. This is because of the costly components that are included on each meal. The exact same is particularly true for green salads and high protein meals that are not generally located on fast food chains and cost effective restaurants. Thus, reducing weight is typically attached to the idea of spending a good-looking amount to keep the ideal diet plan, which is implied to support one's consistency in working out. Instead of counting the carbs on your meals, would you no... (read more)

Author: Fabiane Braga

461. Five Lesser Know Spices in Indian Cooking
December 12, 2012


Not everyone is ready to delve into the world of unknown spices used in Indian cuisine. Why invest in something unknown? This article should help with a better understanding of some of these lesser known spices. Indian cuisine calls for many spices that are commonly known to us in the western world. Spices such as cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, cumin and coriander seed are ones we all know and probably use. What about some spices that are totally unknown? The smells of Indian cooking are unmistakable. The smell of something very exotic can be quite enticing. Walking past an Indian restaurant ... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

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December 12, 2012


It is no doubt that look-alike watches are very popular today. Thousands of replica watches can be bought in retail stores and online stores. More and more people like to wear imitation watches as their stylish accessories. We can see that watch is getting more and more popular, many people love wearing pieces. Some of them wear luxury pieces. Is the luxury watch not dear now? The answer is no. Many of them are wearing replica luxury pieces. What is best breitling bentley edition watches? It is a kind of watch which well cloned by good manufacturer. It is apparent that reproduction is not... (read more)

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463. Why Proactivity Is Better Than Reactivity In Customer Service
December 11, 2012


Staying ahead by anticipating customers’ needs, Live chat software helps companies provide proactive service. Reactive customer services only aim at addressing issues as they arise, which isn’t the case with proactivity at all. Therefore, when it comes to satisfying and retaining customers, Live support software might be the best choice for the companies. There are two kinds of customer service, one is reactive and the other is proactive. In reactive customer service, action is taken after a customer experiences problem or when something is brought to company’s attention. Quite contraril... (read more)

Author: Shelly Miessner

464. The Making and Uses of Ghee, One does not need to be Indian to enjoy ghee and its many benefits.
December 11, 2012


Ghee is most often used in Indian cooking. It is found easily in most health food stores these days as well as some groceries, but it is easy to make and lasts a long time, so try making it at home. I discovered a love for Indian foods many years ago. I am not of Indian origin, but I have cooked many wonderful dishes, and am always on the lookout for an interesting sounding spice combination and a new recipe to try. Long ago I found I really disliked commercial curry powder, no matter how fresh, so for a long time I avoided Indian cuisine, thinking it was all about curry powder. I was s... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

465. An Easy Sauce to Serve over Pasta
December 10, 2012


Sometimes we have an accident when making a meal and it turns out to be the best thing, ever. This happened to me some years ago, when I was making a pasta sauce for spaghetti. I had a large container of what I was just sure was spaghetti sauce. I fried up the hamburger meat, added in the usual onion and green pepper, grabbed the sauce to add in and midway through pouring the jar full, I realized it was Salsa. Oh my. I was so upset at that moment, yet it turned out to have excellent flavors. We all have days when inspiration is low, and nothing seems just right. What to make for dinner?... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

466. Five Best Kitchen Items to Have on Hand
December 09, 2012


There are so many utensils and gadgets on the market today. These are five of the ones I would not want to live without. Useful almost daily, from expensive to downright cheap, these items are ones you will not want to miss. Over the years, I have amassed a huge amount of things for my kitchen. Some are used daily and some rarely, though all have their place. The five items I will discuss here are ones I use all the time. From the most inexpensive little piece of molded plastic to a pricey item worth every penny, read on to learn more about them. Item one is the Zyliss or Suzi Garl... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

467. The Fiery Bicol Express: A Popular Filipino Delicacy
December 08, 2012


For travellers, Bicol Express may sound like a transportation option, perhaps a bus or a train. While there is indeed a train that connects Manila to Naga in Bicol, this is not what this article is about. Instead, it is about the spicy hot, yet delicious delicacy that many Bicolanos, Filipinos, and yes, even foreigners love to eat. An interesting name It is quite peculiar that a famous dish in the Philippines can have such as name that can otherwise be linked to some form of transportation. Nonetheless, “legend” has it that it got its name due to an interesting fact that when people... (read more)

Author: Chayne Moling

468. Variations on a Bread Making Theme
December 08, 2012


Once you have mastered making bread, additions or changes can be made with the recipe. Discover how adding in some healthy ingredients, substituting flours and even working with dough when you have forgotten an ingredient. You know how sometimes even the best cook can get distracted and forget an ingredient? That happened to me once many years back, and I completely forgot to put in the 3 eggs called for in my bread recipe. I was so distracted that even when I had only added 7 cups of flour and the dough already looked too dry, I still didn’t realize what was wrong. I made the bread, ba... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

469. Eric Tier at Black-Wiing Productions is happy to be hosting the 3rd Annual 12 Bands of Christmas To
December 07, 2012


(1888PressRelease) 12 Bands of Christmas US Marines Toys for Tots Benefit Concert and Ultimate Auction Items being held on Sunday December 9th at Mardi Gras Multi Club with 100% of door and auction bids going to charity as well as all the toys raised. Providence-Fall River-Warwick, RI-MA - Black-WiingProductions and MARDI GRAS TO HOST TOYS FOR TOTS FUNDRAISER. Mardi Gras, located at 1500 Oaklawn Ave., Cranston, RI will feature 12 rock bands including: Sunset Steel, Pistol Shot Gypsy, Flash Mob, Therapy, Suburban Downfall, Cabana Boys, Scarlett, Streets, Those Alone, and Omega Reign a... (read more)

Author: donald hood

470. You and Italian Restaurants
December 07, 2012


Italian restaurants have become a nail in American culture. They are so admired that even children, who have a tendency to be very picky eaters, get keyed up at the idea of eating at them. Keep in mind that for this sort of cuisine to be so popular, it is astonishing that no one seems to care about how pricey one of these meals are. Some people even travel just so they can go to a particular place. It might wonder you what is so tempting about these dining places. One of the reasons for Americans to be very much obsessed with this sort of cuisine is that it is made from the best of ingred... (read more)

Author: Mark Twain

471. My Kitchen Aid Mixer For Bread
December 07, 2012


When I first started making the bread recipe that came down from my grandmother, I made it true to the recipe. Back in the 1970s I had nothing to facilitate bread making but my two hands. I made bread that way for many long years, until I got my Kitchen Aid. I avoided getting a Kitchen Aid mixer for a long time, feeling I didn’t need it, but once I got one, it changed my life, and the way I made bread. At the time I got the Kitchen Aid, I had reduced the size of the bread recipe to make only the 2 loaves that a bread making machine could handle. The bread machine was literally used to i... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

472. Woman slain by Chiefs player brought joy
December 06, 2012


BLUE RIDGE, Texas (AP) — The slain girlfriend of Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher was a loyal friend who brought joy to others with her smiles and laughter, a relative said Thursday at a memorial service for the woman. nike free shoes Belcher fatally shot 22-year-old Kasandra Perkins on Saturday at the Kansas City home they shared with their 3-month-old daughter, Zoey. He then drove to the Chiefs practice facility at Arrowhead Stadium, where coach Romeo Crennel, general manager Scott Pioli and defensive assistant Gary Gibbs witnessed Belcher commit suicide. Perkins was fro... (read more)

Author: Annis chen

473. My Bread Making Tradition, My Mothers Recipe
December 06, 2012


By now I am sure you have read a lot about the theory of making good bread from scratch. Start with a recipe that I have been using for the last 40 years and enjoy your results. I had to learn to make bread at age 21, in a foreign country, without an oven. With all the modern conveniences today, bread making is a snap. It is my recommendation that it be made completely by hand at first so the look and feel of the dough becomes known. Later on, using a machine or mixer, you will understand better what you are seeing, and instinctively know how to correct, if things go awry. My Mom’s Bre... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

474. All About Bread Making, My Beginning
December 05, 2012


I started making bread at age 21 because I had married and moved to Guatemala and it was next to impossible to find sandwich bread worth eating. Even without an oven I made bread, using an electric fry pan with a small cake cooling rack set inside. I baked one loaf at a time, so baking was a 2 hour process with a recipe that makes 4 loaves. I watched my Mom make bread since I was small. She only made bread for special occasions or holidays, and her recipe came from her mother. The bread is a rich butter and egg dough and makes wonderful, warm colored and slightly sweet bread. It is he... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

475. Peru Amazon Trips - Plan For Your Vacation
December 05, 2012


When it comes to tour to the nation of Peru, a trip to Amazon rainforest is the one that should never be missed out by tourists. This wonderful location can be reached either by land or by water as well with the help of travel agencies operating river cruises. Some of the information about river cruises is given below. As many tourist organizers in this part of the world are arranging for Peru Amazon Trips, any traveler can find a cruise that will come within his budget. If a person feels that he cannot spend too much, he can plan his travel independently by stringing up a hammock equival... (read more)

Author: kelth zudith



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