- The Quick Guide to Absinthe By : Dave Davies
Absinthe. Edgar Allen Poe wrote about it. Vincent van Gogh's paintings expressed his enjoyment of it. Julius Verne, Ernest Hemingway, and even Leonardo DiCaprio indulged in it.
- How To Choose Perfect Corporate Gifts Every Time By : Dave Davies
While a lot of the formalities have changed, corporate gift giving is still essential. Giving gifts in a corporate setting is as much as a tradition as it is an effort to keep good relations with employees
- Quick and Easy - How Crock Pots simplify your hectic life By : Stephanie Larkin
Imagine getting home from work to the tantalizing smell of dinner, ready to dish out, hot and delicious. For a busy working mom, corporate couple or live-alone single, that's a dream that doesn't seem likely, unless you can afford your own chef. But it's not unattainable. All you need is one handy-dandy little appliance that will simplify your life and have you dishing up your dinner before you even kick off your good shoes.
- Keeping the Kitchen Safe for Kids, Five Quick Tips By : Stephanie Larkin
Cooking with your child can be a fun learning experience. Children that help their parents in the kitchen are often more inclined to try new foods, and an interest in cooking is very beneficial in the teen years. Teaching the basics to your child at a young age will help instill a life long enjoyment of cooking, as well as the ability to cook for themselves and others in the future.
- Flavor from the Far East-How to Add Asian Flare to Your Cooking By : Stephanie Larkin
Asian countries have a long and rich culinary tradition. Throughout the vast continent, it is possible to see all manner of ingredients and tastes. There is something unmistakably delicious about certain foods and flavors that capture the imagination of any cook. Dishes from Asian countries often satisfy the appetite without an uncomfortable feeling of fullness that one often finds in Western cuisine.
- Beyond the South Beach Diet - How to Cook Low-Carb Long Term By : Stephanie Larkin
The South Beach Diet is one of the most popular diets in decades. All over the world, people are taking off weight by stripping carbs and, in the process, learning to eat healthier meals. One of the true beauties of South Beach is that it teaches you a whole new way of eating for a healthier, happier lifestyle. Eating healthy the South Beach way requires an adjustment in your cooking styles, too, though.
- Delicious barbeque basics. By : vikas maria
Since the Stone Age, man has been perfecting the art of cooking using a direct flame. If you were to ask someone about the history of barbecue, you would most likely get a response similar to the statement above. However, that would not be quite right, as there is a fundamental difference between simply cooking with a flame and having a barbecue. If you do not add some sauce, to the direct flame method, you are grilling, not having a barbecue. To truly barbecue is to baste and slow cook meat 5 o
- Know Everything about Peanuts By : Robin1
The "Pea-nut" is actually more closely related to the pea. It is a member of the legumes family. Also, peanuts do not grow in trees like nuts do. They grow on the ground. They start out as flowers, and eventually wind up burrowing underground. Under ground is where they become a delicious peanut. Then around the 1900's many mechanical devices were invented to help with the processing of peanuts.
- How can you keep and eat healthy this winter. By : www.cuisines.infozabout.com
It’s easy to eat right during the summer months with an abundance of fresh produce available from a wide variety of sources. But as winter rolls around, those juicy ears of corn are just a memory. That doesn’t mean, however, that you drop your healthy eating habits with the dropping temperatures.
- India’s spice secret- garam masala By : rajkumarsharma
India is known for its excellent cuisine, it's unique regions of cooking, and a pleasant dining experience. India is distinguished in the world's cuisine for it vegetarian dishes. One thing all of the regional cuisines of India have in common is its use of spices.
- Should You Have Wine Or Beer After Meals? By : Johnson Hardy
Today most people associate wine with food than the beer, as beer is often thought of to have less value, as most of it is inexpensive, while the perception is different for wine. And many bar accessory manufacturers and owners of home bar accessories stores would vouch for the generally held view.
- How to find the perfect cookie recipes for the holiday season? By : DIYA SOOD
Many of us have an inner baker inside us that loves to find new cookie recipes to try. But, where do you find new, tried and true, cookie recipes that your family will love? People are always looking for the newest versions of their favorite recipes to broaden their dinner choices. New crockpot recipes, new chicken recipes, even new fondue recipes are all searched for by those needing something a little different. Let's face it, we all want something different from time to time, right? There are
- How to get best deals in catering By : AkAkAkAk4
When it comes to your catering services for your wedding, there are options to make it more affordable. Generally, for larger receptions, catering companies will offer discounts on their own.
- Knowing everything about a small coffee bean. By : neerj sidhu
Who would have thought that a berry that was discovered by a herd of goats would be the single most important ingredient in the world’s most popular drink? Legend has it that back in 850 AD, a goat herder noticed his herd was full of energy and eating berries he had never noticed. Since the goats seemed to have such a reaction, the herder decided to give it a try! The berries also gave him a burst of energy and he began to feel very happy. Thus, the beginning of the journey for what is now known
- Sbiten - the traditional Russian wintertime drink. By : paramjit singh
Sbiten, the traditional beverage for wintertime in Russia, is a drink with a long, colorful history. Research shows that sbiten has been around since the fourteenth century. Traditionally, Sbiten was served from oft-heated copper samovars by the sbitenshchik, who served it up until the beginning of the twentieth century on Russian street corners.
- How to not make mistakes when baking great bread. By : paramjit singh
Let’s face it EVERY cook makes mistakes (yes, even us professional bakers make boo boo’s).
I’m going to list here, the 7 most common whole wheat bread baking mistakes that you’re probably making, or might make if you’re not forewarned, and what you can do about them.