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351. 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

352. 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

353. 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

354. 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

355. 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

356. 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

357. 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

358. 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

359. 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

360. 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

361. 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

362. 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

363. 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

364. 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

365. What can we expect from restaurants?
February 02, 2013

Among gray week day, we so often need something bright and unusual. Sometimes our lives are really lack of it. Don’t you agree? But even some small things like visiting an interesting restaurant can change that somehow making us to experience something really new. If to keep on talking about restaurants, they should be extraordinary to make that effect. And according to restaurant reviews, there are a lot of different unique places that are really worth of visiting and having dinner in. Some of them are really unusual, let's talk about those a little bit. 1. Dinner in the sky, Brussels The ... (read more)

Author: Jacky Jamaly

366. Theme restaurants
February 02, 2013

Have you ever heard about theme restaurants? What are so special about those?! They are expensive, yes, but it is definitely would be interesting to visit one. For sure, in such way comments of people who have visited one would sound. Theme restaurants are usually very specific and interesting for customers. In recent years the popularity of theme restaurants has increased a lot according to restaurant reviews. That first of all happened because of the parallel growth of the market for items of nostalgia. Theme restaurants are not like fast food restaurants that offer cheap food in coo... (read more)

Author: Barbara Nicson

367. Indian Food Recipes: Unique Diversity in Flavor of Indian Cuisines
February 01, 2013

India is a country with various specialties including heritage monuments, amazing architecture, rich culture, sightseeing locations and most importantly, the mouth-watering cuisines. People from all across the globe come to visit the country and experience the unique flavors in the taste of Indian recipes. The most important fact about the deliciousness in the taste of the food is favorable climatic conditions and developed farming culture, which enabled farmers and agriculture specialists to cultivate numerous useful crops on the incredible land of the country. This huge country possesses fla... (read more)

Author: Ravi Chauhan

368. Costa Maya Real Estate Offers Ancient Mystery, Exotic Cuisine
February 01, 2013

Savvy travelers from around the world know that Mexico’s Costa Maya is one of the most colorful and diverse regions that can be found anywhere in the world. This area’s natural beauty, stunning ancient archaeological sites and exceptional cuisine help to make Costa Maya real estate one of the top destinations for international travelers year after year. In addition, the Maya culture boasts a long and storied past, as evidenced by the many archaeological sites that can be found throughout Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, especially in the state of Quintana Roo and southward, where the most stun... (read more)

Author: Ian Campbell

369. Highly Nutritious Hearty and Warming Indian Lentil Stew
February 01, 2013

Indian spices make for the wonderful aromas as this stew cooks. Served over a little rice, this dish makes a complete protein, along with the benefits of the Vitamin A in carrot and sweet potato. The staunchest meat eaters will love this stew. Our common brown lentils sold in America are not the main ones used in Indian cooking, but lentils of every type and color are eaten in Indian households almost daily. A great percentage of Indians are vegetarian, so the high protein content of lentils makes them invaluable. Lentils are full of nutrients, high in fiber and complex carbohydrates, and... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

370. Which is Better, Red Wine or White Wine?
January 31, 2013

Both red wine and white wine share a fair share of worldwide popularity and the history of both can be traced back to 3000 BCE in Ancient Egypt. Today, there are hundreds and even thousands of different varieties and brands of both red wine and white wine. The question, however, is which of the two types of wine is better? There is no doubt that red wine is the more popular of the two and many drinkers prefer it because of its health claims. Let's take a look at the features of both these wines and conclude which of the two is the better wine. Red Wine Features Red wine like Shiraz, Zinf... (read more)

Author: Stephen John

371. Making Naan Bread for an Exceptional Indian Meal
January 31, 2013

Naan has become highly popular in the US these days. What makes this interesting is that in India naan is traditionally made in a large clay community tandoor oven, something the common household generally does not have. This means that naan is not commonly served in the home. Other types of flat breads such as puri, roti, or parathas among others, are made easily on a hot flat iron or pan in the home. Indian restaurants serve naan breads, both in India and here in the US. Naan is mainly a northern Indian bread, also found in nearby countries such as Pakistan and Afghanistan. Naan seem to... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

372. How to Make the Most of your Dunedin Casino Accommodation
January 31, 2013

Visiting Dunedin in the South Island of New Zealand is obviously something that many people are planning to do. This second largest city attracts a big number of visitors every year. Being captivated with its dramatic hills and valleys, many people are flocking to come to the city. The place is known for having spectacular sceneries to offer than anyone can take pleasure in. Given all the best things that Dunedin can offer, there are also a lot of motels, inns and casinos that can be found in the city. In which will be able to provide a one of a kind accommodation to all its visitors. Thu... (read more)

Author: Anna Thompson

373. Food and Dining Events at Good restaurants in Coimbatore
January 30, 2013

Coimbatore is the second largest city of Tamilnadu and also a major commercial center and has often been referred to as the Manchester of South India. As per the tourist point it is a good place so lot of people come here for enjoying their holidays. That is the most basic reason to increase the number of restaurant in Coimbatore, and second reason is there are lot of IT Companies started their business here. Where will you find the perfect place to eat in Coimbatore, attentive service, good value for money and a perfectly sumptuous spread? Just know here. All you need to do is head b... (read more)

Author: Sandip Patil

374. Wine Buying Tips for the Novice Wine Buyer
January 30, 2013

No place offers more satisfaction to a wine lover than a fine wine store. For a beginner, however, such a place could be very intimidating. And you can't blame those who are just starting in the wonderful world of wines if they are having a hard time determining where to start, because if you take a look at the shelves in these wine stores, the choices are simply overwhelming. Questions like "Where can I find the best deals?" and "What price range should I consider?" are just some of the things that run in the mind of a novice wine buyer. If you're in the same situation, let these tips help yo... (read more)

Author: Stephen John

375. Super Soups. Three Soups You Can Make Using Leftover Ham
January 30, 2013

The very best flavor in soup comes from using a meat with the bone left in. This is true for beef, pork, chicken or whatever meat you use. With holiday hams, we often have a ham bone left. If some meat is left on the bone, it can be the base of a most savory and delicious soup. Even if there is no ham bone left, just a few chunks of meat is enough. Another option is to get some smoked ham hocks to add in that wonderful flavor. Long, slow cooking allows the bone to release all its goodness, and the ham remnants fall off the bone. When using a ham bone with meat left on, this is more than s... (read more)

Author: Chris Rawstern

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