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351. Historical and Cultural Variations of Chicken Pot Pie Recipes
February 19, 2013

The chicken pot pie is a variation of the classic pot pie recipe, which alternatively uses beef or turkey as main ingredient. The recipe has been adopted many times top local cuisine in various cultures throughout history. It's become a staple comfort food for many people who grew up loving the aroma of a freshly baked pie on a cold winter day. The recipe's mix of meat and vegetables in a chicken broth seasoned with herbs produces a spectrum of flavors that's quite interesting to the palate. Other than the traditional recipe, this pot pie has been baked in empanada wrappers and also like littl... (read more)

Author: Stephen John

352. Delicious Artisanal Breads for the Home Baker
February 19, 2013

There seems to be a resurgence of the No-Knead breads that were popular a few years back. People have played with the recipes and come up with more and more ways to make a simple recipe even simpler. An idea begun by Jim Lahey has come around once more. The original No Knead Bread was started by Jim Lahey. Jim learned bread baking in Italy in the 1990s but developed the no knead process much later. In 2006, Mark Bittman of the New York Times was invited to witness the ease of making this bread at Laheys Sullivan Street Bakery. The rest is history. This history was all new to me in th... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

353. Egyptian Dukkah, a Remarkably Versatile Middle Eastern Spice
February 18, 2013

There are so many wonderful spices found all around the world, and every culture has combinations to flavor their own cuisines. From Garam Masala in India to Mexican Adobo and now Dukkah from the Middle East, at some time everyone should try some of these. I love spices of all kinds, and even more when they are combined to make delightful mixtures. Each time I discover another new flavor combination, I like to try it immediately. I do keep a wide variety of spices at home. I know I keep far more than most people, due to my fascination with all the flavor aspects and combinations. The more... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

354. What is a bartender? Work scope, work setting, in addition to wages.
February 17, 2013

Are you looking for a fast action, social, high-paying occupation? There aren’t many occupations as entertaining and pleasurable that will need such a shorter time of training and can pay out so good. It doesn't matter if you’re a university student looking for a part-time occupation, a person seeking out a career change or even a retiree seeking a side job. eBartenderTraining articles are the best spot to begin your bartender training. Here’s a brief introduction to what learning to be a bartender looks like. Bartender functions Bartenders combine cocktails as well as serve drinks t... (read more)

Author: James Gordon

355. Chinese food at Chin Chin Choo Restaurant in Coimbatore
February 17, 2013

If you’re looking for authentic Chinese food in Coimbatore, there’s just one place to head to. The saffron coloured napkins are magically transformed into birds of paradise, and tucked into tall glasses. The niches in the wall are bathed in light and play host to Chinese treasures and artifacts. Lacquered bamboo chairs sit alongside sofas upholstered in a rich Chinese black. The textured wallpaper boasts of vertical stripes in a traditional Chinese pattern. There’s no mistaking, Chin Chin is all-Chinese! Chin Chin at Hotel Residency is renowned for its... (read more)

Author: Sandip Patil

356. Don't worry if all you have is Halibut
February 16, 2013

I was sitting quietly reading a book, the other day, when the phone rang. The voice, on the other end, was one that I'd not heard for years. It was an old mate who'd tracked me down and we had a great time chatting. So great, in fact, that she invited myself and my husband to her family home for dinner that night. Unfortunately, due to the short notice we would have had to give sitters it was most likely not going to happen and we'd have to arrange for another time. Due to work and travel she said we might have to wait a while so, if babysitters would be difficult, she suggested her and h... (read more)

Author: Sally Davis

357. Delicious Guatemalan Green Sauce. What is it and How is it Used
February 16, 2013

Green sauces are known in many different cultures. The ingredients may vary radically, but there are many possible uses. Guatemalan Salsa Verde is just one style of many, and is used often, whether for a salsa dip or a cooked meal. In the early 1970s I had never heard of Green Sauce. I moved to Guatemala and lived there for 12 years, so I learned a lot about green sauce and ways it is used in that country. What I didn’t know is how many different countries all have a version of a green sauce, with only the color in common. From a rustic mix of green chiles, anchovies, capers and lemon zes... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

358. Five Great Guatemalan Desserts
February 15, 2013

In my time in Guatemala, my sweet tooth was satisfied in a variety of ways. Guatemalan desserts or sweets are sometimes unconventional by US standards. Some are easily found from street corners and others in pastry shops, and all are delicious. Every country has its own sweets and desserts. Sometimes they are known mainly only in their country of origin, and sometimes they become quite popular through exposure in ethnic restaurants. Some Guatemalan desserts are similar in nature to ones in other countries, as with their Borracho cake. Borracho literally means drunk, and as one might expec... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

359. Tips For Romantic Cruise
February 15, 2013

When planning a holiday, couples search for destinations and resorts that are solitary and peaceful so that they can spend more quality time together. Research indicates that couples are far more likely to indulge in romantic experiences aboard a cruise than on a land based vacation. With land hundreds of miles away and the sea floor maybe thousands of feet below, you and your beloved are truly adrift in a sea of seclusion. Being so far from the real world is a liberating, intoxicating thing. Here are a few tips to make your next cruise more romantic – Advance Planning – A good crui... (read more)

Author: Isha Prive

360. Figuring Out Fats and Carbs
February 12, 2013

Fat and carbohydrates are two setting up blocks of a nutritious diet, but lots of individuals really do not recognize their role in appropriate nutrition. Whilst the every day ingestion of fats and oils need to be minimal, these aspects remain a vital part of your food plan. The secret's to create clever choices in terms of fat and oils. That means substituting saturated fat with unsaturated fat, and by making use of much healthier, lighter oils in cooking. Let’s consider the purpose fats and oils enjoy in the eating habits. Fats are necessary for supplying electrical power on the human b... (read more)

Author: Rob Chow

361. What do You Really Know About Cashews
February 12, 2013

The cashew nut grows far differently from most other nuts. Rather than a nut encased in an inedible fruit, cashews grow outside of an edible fruit called a cashew apple. This fruit is actually not a fruit at all, making it quite confusing. The cashew tree, Anacardium occidentale L, can grow to 40 feet tall in tropical climates. It will not tolerate temperatures approaching freezing. The trees are native to tropical America from Mexico and the West Indies to Brazil and Peru. They are quite attractive, with broad leaves and little pink flowers. The fruits begin to appear when the trees are... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

362. A prefered Hotel for business and leisure
February 12, 2013

An ideal place for a pleasant stay is what you are all looking for, right? Wrong, you need more than just a pleasant stay. When you set out for an official stay or a hideout with your family and friends you expect comfort packed with luxury and style. The hotel rooms should offer comfortable guest rooms that are well furnished and facilitated with all the modern amenities available. Luxury hotels in Chennai offer well equipped conference rooms to organize your business meeting. They offer service, technology and comfort, all what a business personnel are looking for. From the minute you step... (read more)

Author: grt grand

363. Chocolate Dipped Food Ideas for Valentines Day
February 11, 2013

The hassle of working with melted chocolate can put off the most ardent cook, with fears of having chocolate seize or concerns about proper tempering. If a novice with chocolate, using chocolate bark is the most forgiving medium for ease of use. I am by no means skilled with chocolate. My first experience with chocolate dipping was little chocolate cake mice for a Princess Party. An ambitious project, the mice bodies turned out wonderfully. The chocolate dipping part had me terrified. I used chocolate bark because it was less expensive that finer chocolate in case a batch was ruined. The... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

364. Five Best Bacon Wrapped Appetizers
February 09, 2013

Bacon makes things taste good, most will agree. Appetizers are always in demand, being the ultimate party food. Anything that is easy to pick up with fingers or toothpicks is good for parties. Here are five simple bacon wrapped recipes. Unless on a special diet, most people love bacon. Wrapping things in bacon is a logical step when looking for appetizer recipes. With the sure knowledge that bacon goes equally as well with savory as with sweet, the filler combinations can switch from chicken to dates, crackers to water chestnuts. Party appetizers should be simple, able to make or assemble... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

365. Walking Gingerly Across the "Board Walk"
February 07, 2013

Looking for an elegant poolside restaurant in Egmore which is totally relaxing, gives you a feeling of space, offers a spectacular view and food to match? Chennai ‘s hottest new restaurant addition on the city’s hotel map is Ramada Chennai Egmore, better known for the hotel’s all-glass poolside restaurant, “Board Walk.” As you gingerly walk across springy planks, you may well think you’re walking into a conservatory! “Board Walk” is the proverbial glass house, where even the ceiling is made of glass. Dine under the stars at night, listen to the pitter-patter of raindrops on a wet day or ba... (read more)

Author: Sandip Patil

366. Deliciously Healthy Typical Guatemalan Foods
February 07, 2013

Typical Guatemalan foods are healthy, full of vitamins due to the freshness of the ingredients, high in protein with black beans as a staple, eaten with rice and or corn tortillas to make complete proteins, and fiber added in unusual and delicious ways. I recently wrote an article on Guatemalan enchiladas and how they are not at all like the Mexican enchiladas we know in the US. While a Guatemalan enchilada may be served on a fried tortilla, it is also piled high with wonderful vegetables, meat and egg. The use of vegetables like beets and cabbage, along with green beans and carrots give ... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

367. Live in Manhattan for Less with Boutique Style Hotels
February 07, 2013

Is living in Manhattan in your heart? Unsure of how you’ll ever afford to make your dream come true with the out of this world prices for rentals in The Big Apple? Cheap apartments New York may not be the first thing you think of when considering Manhattan apartments, however thanks to boutique hotels Upper West Side Manhattan living in the heart of the city is possible without getting a third job just to pay the rent. Calling a boutique style hotel home could be just what the doctor ordered. These hotels are designed like studio apartments, perfect for those looking for short-term housin... (read more)

Author: Jason Lowry

368. Choosing your Manhattan Student Housing
February 07, 2013

If you are a college student new to the Manhattan area, finding a home may prove to be more difficult of a task than you ever imagined. Before most apartments or townhouses management companies will allow you to move in, a complete credit check, rental history and reference check must be performed to ensure you are a good fit, something that most college-age kids do not have. If that weren’t enough it can be a very time consuming process to get an approval, not to mention expensive! Luckily off campus student housing in Manhattanis available to students without all of the hassle, thanks to ext... (read more)

Author: William Longstreet

369. A Whole Other Kind of Enchilada. A Guatemalan Treat
February 06, 2013

In the US we become accustomed to a food that goes by a particular name and expect it to be the same everywhere. In the same way the US has regional foods, the different countries in Central America also have foods bearing the same name that are quite distinct. Enchiladas are a completely different thing in Guatemala, where I lived for 12 years. I was accustomed to Guatemalan enchiladas, so when coming back to the US and seeing what passed for an enchilada here, I was amazed, and not necessarily in a good way. I am not intending to put down what some know here as an enchilada. We all have... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

370. Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs. Reminiscences from Childhood Revisited as Appetizers
February 05, 2013

We all have grown up having one food or other that later on seems to slip from view. Once in a while it may come up into memory. One of these is a bacon wrapped hot dog with cheese that my Mom made for us as kids. I grew up in the 1950s and 1960s, just for time reference. There were no such things then as microwaves. No food processors to speak of, either, though we did have a blender. With that frame of mind, what did we eat? What things stood out? In my family, Mom sometimes baked hot dogs stuffed with cheese and wrapped in bacon. At the time, when these were baked, often the bacon... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

371. Find Indian Cuisine Non-Veg Restaurant in Orlando
February 05, 2013

When we get Indian food to relish in foreign land it make us realise that we are at home. For those people who often keep on visiting Orlando, you don’t have to worry about authentic Indian food. It is truly experienced that no matter how much you eat pizza and pastas your stomach still roars for chapattis and dals. Orlando is a city in the central region of USA in the state of Florida. It is also nicknamed as “The City Beautiful” and its symbol is the fountain at Lake Eola. When the aroma rises from the Indian restaurant it raises your sense to have the real taste of home. Indian herbs and ... (read more)

Author: Mack Johnson

372. How to make perfect cupcakes on your own
February 05, 2013

They are delicious, they are beautiful! They might cheer you up and give meaning to the life. No, really! I don’t know a single guy or girl who doesn’t adore cupcakes. They're always excellent for any kind of events and celebrations. They are always a good idea when you want to take a bite. You can’t resist the beautiful decorations, the amazing flavor and the awesome taste. Now I’m going to share with you my best cupcake formula. For 12 cupcakes you will need: 3 eggs 1/2 cups butter room temperature 1 teacup sugar 1 teacup flour 3/4 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup milk... (read more)

Author: Prolet Trifonova

373. Sizzling Skillets Festival at Hard Rock Cafe
February 05, 2013

know of someone who had been to over 30 HRCs' around the world and has a T-shirt from each one! I found this loyalism quite funny till the time I first stepped inside this place. I was invited for lunch at Hard Rock Café last week to try their Sizzling Skillets Festival. And yes, for the record this was my FIRST trip to any HRC. So I knew I have to form an opinion. And honestly I came back fairly impressed. Let me run you through the Sizzling Skillets Festival at Hard Rock Cafe. I had heard mammoth of praises of the Beef Burger here. So my first impression was to be based on this l... (read more)

Author: Sandip Patil

374. Versatile Coconut Milk is a Naturally Nutritious Alternative in Recipes
February 04, 2013

Coconut milk and coconut water are not the same. Coconut water is the thinner liquid found inside the coconut, while the milk is an extracted product made by blending together the coconut meat with water. Coconut contains a healthy amount of fat that will rise to the top in a can, and can be used much like cream, leaving the lighter liquid below. You may shake the can of coconut milk to combine, or used in the separated state. Coconut milk is a very versatile product, and these days it is being used in many exciting ways. The rise of interest in Indian and Thai styles of cooking has made ... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

375. Bengali and Sea Food restaurant at Begumpet Hyderabad
February 03, 2013

If you worship food, especially Bengali food, like most Bengalis do, then stop by Hyderabad’s hottest Bangla sensation. Oh! Calcutta is one of the best Bengali cuisine restaurant at Begumpet Hyderabad. You can enjoy all Bengali food flavors here. Discerning diners can now pay homage to the good food they whip up at Oh! Calcutta with ever so much reverence! The interiors remind you of an upper crust Bengali home or perhaps a page out of Calcutta’s club legacy! Wooden tables, lined book shelves, whirring fans and white china rule the roost. But then, you only go to “Oh! Calcutta” for their f... (read more)

Author: Sandip Patil

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