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  • Food Gift Baskets Deliver in a Crunch  By : Brian F Connors
    Who doesn’t love food? Who doesn’t love a gift? Find the simple answer to getting the right food gift in the most hassle-free way.
  • Cooking School Can Be An Adventure  By : Craig Chambers
    Don't stop now. You love cooking and you are good at it. Find out what cooking school can do for your future. Set off on the adventure of your life.
  • Take Cooking Classes Or Be A Holiday Inn Chef  By : Craig Chambers
    When it comes to cooking classes you need more than a night's stay at the Holiday Inn, like in the TV commercials, to gain the confidence and skills you need in the kitchen. Cooking classes will
  • Arthritis Foods: What Are Some Foods You Avoid And Take In Managing Arthritis  By : Andy Lim
    Do you know what foods can cause arthritis? In this article on Arthritis Foods, you will discover which foods can help you to deal with arthritic pain.
  • Food, Dining - Boca Raton  By : Leveto Orville
    Boca Raton has a wide range of restaurants and eating outlets which cater to the pallets of almost everyone coming to the city from all over the world. The café, bars and ethnic family restaurants will enhance your meeting with the romantic partner or a business associate.
  • The Italian Cooking Recipe - Food, Fun And Family  By : Craig Chambers
    What is it about Italian cooking that makes you return to the same great restaurant again and again? Discover for yourself how to create the same experience at home.
  • Eating Cherries In Texas May Be Good For You  By : Pat Carpenter
    Cherries. Sweet, tart and oh so good. Individuals in Dallas, Houston and elsewhere in Texas can find them in pies, drinks, pitted, not pitted, juiced, au naturel, maraschinoed, covered with chocolate, sitting on top of whipped cream or blended into special sauces. They've become part of our nation's folklore with George Washington cutting down a cherry tree.
  • Changing How You Eat In Texas  By : Pat Carpenter
    Changes can be difficult, especially changes in your diet and nutrition. If you're a young healthy individual who lives in Dallas, Houston or anywhere in Texas, it's easier to change your diet now and reap the benefits, than to change later on when you're older, because of health problems.
  • The History Of TexMex Cuisine In, Of Course, Texas!  By : Pat Carpenter
    You live in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio or elsewhere in Texas and you love TexMex cuisine. That makes you a bona fide "chile head." TexMex food is the specialty in these here parts and it's got quite a history

    History of the word "TexMex"
    The term "TexMex" first entered the common lexicon as a nickname for the Texas-Mexican Railway, chartered in 1875.
  • Just What Is Organic Food?  By : Jerry Johnson
    Organic food is produced by farmers who emphasize the use of renewable resources and the conservation of soil and water to enhance environmental quality for future generations. Organic meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products come from animals that are given no antibiotics or growth hormones.
  • Great Food Equals A Great Backyard Adventure  By : Carl Hoffman
    To make the most out of your next backyard adventure, you are encouraged to think about what foods, if any, you will have on hand.When most individuals think of backyards and food, a backyard barbeque often comes to mind. If you and your family are interested in having a backyard barbeque, you will have to decide on the foods in which you would like to cook.
  • Food- French Cuisine  By : Kelvin Ho
    Whether you are touring the intoxicating wine country of Bordeaux, dining in a romantic Parisian restaurant, or creating your own flan or crepe masterpiece at home, there are many ways to enjoy French cuisine. The French simply know how to enjoy their meals, and they usually take plenty of time to enjoy them.
  • Cheese Slicers Reviewed  By : Christopher Jay
    If you prefer cheese sliced fresh off the block rather than prepackaged, it's a good guess that you have some kind of cheese slicer located in your cupboard. Although you can cut some harder cheeses very efficiently with a knife, by far, a cheese slicer will give you perfect portions every time.
  • Texas Expands Its View Of An International Favorite: Coffee Basics 101  By : Pat Carpenter
    When most of us picture our morning routine, a good deal of it is the overhead view of a coffee cup. How many people can you honestly say you know that don't drink at least one cup of coffee a day? The beverage is so popular, in fact, that Americans consume 400 million cups every day, adding up to 146 billion per year.
  • Backyard Activities for the Whole Family  By : Carl Hoffman
    When summer arrives, the use of a backyard increases. This is due to the fact that most individuals do not like staying inside when the weather is so beautiful.To make your time memorable and enjoyable, you may want to consider familiarizing yourself with popular backyard activities, especially those that are designed with the whole family in mind.
  • Cool Off With Summer Fruit Desserts  By : Rene Graeber
    Summer sun still bears something delightfully fruitful for everyone despite its pricking heat. It is literally fruitful in the sense that the hot season brings a bounty of different fruit varieties such watermelons, blueberries, and peaches among others.
  • Cooking- Choosing the Right Pots and Pans  By : Kelvin Ho
    One of the first steps in getting your kitchen ready to cook is choosing and purchasing the right cookware. One of the most important things you will need to buy are pots and pans. Having the right cookware makes cooking and clean-up a breeze and a lot more fun.
  • Cooking- A Great Time Saver With Freezer Cooking  By : Kelvin Ho
    For those of you who are super busy and do not have time to make dinner each night, freezer cooking is for you. It is a great way to get a delicious, nutritious and fast meal on the table.
  • The Barbecue Smoker Science of Food Preservation……and a bit of fun too!  By : The Barbecue Smoker Recipe Man
    Curing and brining have evolved from a food preservation necessity into a method of flavoring food. Traditionally used as a precursor to smoking these ancient techniques are now being used in creative ways, the basics are here, let your imagination run wild!
  • The Benefits of the Goji Berry in the Super Health Drink, Exfuze  By : Daniel Sanderson
    The Goji Berry has been around for centuries and trusted by the people in and around the Himalayas to prolong life and provide the body with the essential antioxidants and nutrients thus making it one of the seven super foods added to the super health drink, Exfuze.
  • Which Is The Healthier Choice For Texans: Margarine or Butter?  By : Pat Carpenter
    Both are yellowish and taste great on fresh baked bread. But for individuals who live in Dallas, Houston and elsewhere in Texas, both butter and margarine have their health pluses and minuses.
  • Chinese Cooking - The Secret Is In The Sauce  By : Craig Chambers
    Chinese cooking night is a wonderful and healthy tradition that my family has created over the years and one that we have all come to love! On this special night once a month...
  • Cool And Refreshing Recipes For Summer  By : Jim Brown
    During the lazy days of summer people plan to spend time outside enjoying the nice rays of sunshine that pour down on the backyard with family and friends.
  • Coconut cream is not a useless fats  By : Laura Ng
    Coconut oil and cream can help weight loss. Hard to believe ? Read on to find out more and its many other health benefits..
  • Learning The Art of French Cooking  By : Craig Chambers
    My passion for French cooking began the year I spent in France learning about this famous art. I knew French meals were delicious but also came to realize that the production of a meal was just as important as learning how to cook it...
  • How to Prepare and Cook the Perfect Chicken and Turkey  By : Kevin McCarthy
    If you want to cook the perfect Chicken or Turkey than use this guide to make it happen.
  • Thai Cusine: A Thai Bath For The Shrimp  By : Jonathan T. Teng
    Thai cuisine is a classic mix of sweet, sour, salty and spicy. The Nam Prik is one such example from the Thai plate.
  • Barbecue In An Outdoor Kitchen  By : Rickie Smith
    Have you ever considered spicing up your next barbecue with an outdoor kitchen. Believe it or not, this will make you the envy of all your neighbors.
  • Health Foods Are Beneficial In Many Ways  By : Jim Brown
    Many health conscious individuals have turned to preparing their meals with health foods, or they might have thought they were healthy until they opened their daily newspapers or a magazine and read about several items on their shopping list that were actually bad for their families in one way or another.
  • In Depth Information on the Peter Pan Peanut Butter Recall  By : Peter Kent
    In February 2007, Peter Pan and Great Value (Wal-Mart's store brand) peanut butters were linked to 425 cases of salmonella across the United States. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials believe this is the first salmonella outbreak involving peanut butter to occur in the United States. This article provides more information on the details of that recall.
  • Efficient Weight Control While Eating Delicious Desserts  By : Mick Reade
    This is an article for those who love the sweeter things in life, but want to know how they can enjoy their desserts without the consequences affecting their weight. Their are lots of fantastic tips, so you can have your cake and eat it too!
  • About French Cooking Recipes  By : Craig Chambers
    The masterpieces of royal cooks have become a signature in French cooking. The world's greatest chefs were masters of the French recipe and cuisine.
  • Safety Tips for Grilling  By : Dorothy Duncan
    BBQ grilling is one of america favorite summer past times. July has been designated National Grilling Month. Advantages of grilling include a simple stress-free way to prepare delicious nutritious foods.
  • A Cook's Guide to Quick Meals and Desserts  By : Chris Robertson
    Learn how to spice up your family meals with quick and easy recipes. Introduce new foods without spending alot of time or money...
  • Food for the Organic and Natural Lifestyle  By : Ajeet Khurana
    Enough of our chemical lifestyle. Find out how you can go organic and natural.
  • Save Time Cooking  By : Emma Snow
    Does the idea that good food has to take a long time to make keep you from spending time cooking? There are many ways to help speed and efficiency in the kitchen. The arrangement of your kitchen, as well as the tools you use, make all the difference. Don't give up on trying to expand your skills and abilities. Try these suggestions to make gourmet cooking well within your time constraints.
  • What is tasty, blue and helps erase wrinkles: The incredible, edible blueberry.  By : Monica Shah
    Behold the blueberry: one of summer’s super foods.
  • A Sweet History of Chocolate  By : Josh Stone
    It starts with the cacao tree, which is about as far away from a Hershey bar as you can get. It is a small evergreen tree native to the deep tropical regions of South America, ranging from far southern Mexico to the Amazon. You pick a big, green, almond-shaped melon off of this tree and split it open.
  • Cooking Tips You Need To Know  By : Craig Chambers
    Cooking tips are invaluable, like knowing to add a little sugar to your pancakes to make them brown faster or...
  • Sake Is Not Possible Without Mold  By : Jim Corkern
    The world famous drink would not be possible without mold, learn the exciting facts here.
  • The Spicy Wonder Of Indian Food  By : Adrian Adams
    If you enjoy spicy food then you will really love trying out various dishes that are classified as Indian cuisine.
  • new york style pizza  By : frank moon
    Pizza has come a long way from its Italian roots, to the various pizza varieties in pizzerias all over the world. The earliest forms of pizza are believed to have dated back to 6th Century B.C. But it was not until the 19th when pizza became legendary after Italy’s then-famous pizzaoili Raffaele Esposito named one of his specialties, Pizza Margherita, after Italy’s Queen Margherita di Savoia. Pizza Mergherita has since then became the standard as the pizza evolved through the years and across the world
  • Information on Bartending Schools  By : Mario OReilly
    Finding a good Bartending School is for most an extremely rewarding investment and a good step to a fulfilling career. Bartenders who work at some of the hottest clubs in the country can make anything from $400-$600 a night,
  • New York City Italian Restaurants and Pizza Delivery  By : frank moon
    There is always something about Italian food that makes it a complete dining experience wherever you are in the world. Beyond Italian pasta and pizza, Italian food has proven itself to be a universal language of food because in just about every corner of the world, there is that quaint little Italian restaurant that adds life to the community’s local cuisine. The love for Italian food simply transcends race, nation and borders.
  • Changing Pizza Trends  By : Kelly Church
    The article discusses the changing trends of pizza toppings in the pizza industry. It gives examples of traditional pizza toppings versus nontraditional pizza toppings. It also discusses the entrance of the gourmet food industry into the pizza industry.
  • Essential Tips For The Perfect BBQ Cookout  By : The Barbecue Smoker Recipe Man
    Camping is a great source of BBQ recipe inspiration and the European tour brings together some simple traditional ways of cooking that bring beautiful flavours together.
  • Healthy Brown Rice will have You Shining  By : Lambert Klein
    Give brown rice a second look if you want increased energy, better health, lower fat and help toward losing weight. The health benefits of organic brown rice are many, which include: weight loss, cancer prevention, increased energy, and healthier blood pressure.
  • Food Products Manufacturers and Exporters in India  By : Adam Sturo
    Online study is the best source to read about these food product manufacturers and increase our knowledge about food products and how much amount of vitamins and proteins that a human body should take in different stages.
  • High Ranking Cooking Schools Make Better Chefs For A Lifetime  By : Craig Chambers
    Sometimes when it comes to cooking class and a cooking business, you are laying a base for a way of life and life path...
  • A Brief History About Budweiser  By : Angela Abbette
    The name Budweiser in America, advertised as the King of Beers, has been a mainstay in today's culture. Almost toted as a 'rock' in its industrial strength, but is it a stalworthy as claimed?
  • Cooking up Stress and Anxiety  By : Alex Ellorde
    Introduction to cooking; Restaurant chef ladder; tasks of each chef inside the restaurant's kitchen; television shows that gives you an overall view of whats happening inside the kitchen; also the expressions of such chefs; how stress and anxiety is seen inside the kitchen.
  • Hamper baskets  By : Andy Davies
    While a brimming food hamper will stand you in good stead for a pleasant al fresco meal, you might want to check out the weather forecast first. This is Britain, after all, where the shimmering sun can turn to relentless rain in the blink of an eye.
  • The Practice Of Wine Production  By : Mario OReilly
    Wine is a very wide spread term that is simply fruit being distilled and fermented for the product of an alcoholic drink. When most people think of wine they immediately think grapes, but there are so many different sources for wine production these include rice (sake), various fruits (elderberry, grapefruit, cherry, etc.), barley, and even honey (mead).
  • Enjoy Premium Coffee and Its Many Benefits  By : Chris Robertson
    Learn how to maximize your coffee experience and realize all the health benefits of premium coffee in this article...
  • A Brief History About Coca-Cola  By : Angela Abbette
    It's not surprising that Coca-Cola, probably the world's most recognized product (and certainly its most popular soft drink) has spawned a wide variety of

    popular stories about its origin. But the most frequently heard story, that Coca-Cola originally contained cocaine, is, technically speaking, true.
  • There Was Laughter When I Said  By : John William
    My journey to Italy started in Siena 65km from Florence, here I learnt to cook Italian. When I purchased my eBook, I didn't know of many Italian meals, now I can cook many. I started with a need, a need to help my wife with the cooking at home. It did help me become a chef, not a great one, but a good one.
  • I Have A Love Affair With Tomatoes - Ten Reasons Why I Love Tomatoes  By : Terry Schierer
    Tomato lovers unite. It's time we stood up and demanded that tomatoes be crowned as king of vegetables or should it be fruits?
  • How To Have The Perfect Barbecue  By : The Barbecue Smoker Recipe Man
    Despite what many people thing, flames and barbecue food is a sign of a bad cookout. Here are the top tips for a cracking result every time you light the charcoal.
  • Mold in My Rice, Please  By : Jim Corkern
    You may be suprised, but a lot of Asian foods depend on mold to give color and other atributes to food
  • Cooking Made Simple  By : Jim Brown
    Preparing meals for the family to enjoy does not mean that a person has to spend several hours in the kitchen.
  • Outdoor Cookware Selections Make Eating Fun  By : Jim Brown
    For people that like to go camping throughout the year, it is particularly important for them to have a variety of cookware on hand so that they can prepare meals under many different circumstances.
  • Eat Chiles and Get Healthier  By : Jane Butel
    Article describes the benefits of eating chiles for health. Has attached a Green Chile Sauce and Enchilada recipes--a seasonal favorite in New Mexico.
  • Natural Organic Products  By : Michael Malega
    Useful information on Natural Organic Products topic, tips, ideas, recommendations that is all about Natural Organic Products…
  • Himalayan Sea Salt versus White Table Salt  By : Isabella Samovsky
    Salt is salt. . . right? Learn the difference between commercial salt and natural, organic, gourmet Himalayan sea salt crystal. Most people buy iodized salt from the grocery store and don’t think a thing about it. They don’t realize that good Himalayan sea salt can help give them good health, while refined salt can create some health risks.
  • Hosting a succesful party - what you can do to make it a memorable event that you can enjoy too  By : J.Victor Essling
    Organising your own parties often means you don't get the chance to enjoy it. Too many people hosting parties get caught up in keeping the party going, from trying to get people to mix, choosing the music and keeping the drink flowing. If you want your party to go off with a bang, read on
  • Why You Should Make Your Own Pizza  By : Albert Grande
    There are several reasons why you should make your own pizza. Making pizza is easy, saves money, is healthy and lots of fun. This article encourages everyone to try to make home-made pizza,
  • Why Eat Seasonally?  By : Andrea Flint
    Seasonal eating is one of the latest buzzwords to be applied to our eating habits. Is it just a passing fad, or does it really confer benefits?
  • Contents of Absinth  By : Celso Cardozo
  • The Story Behind Walnuts  By : Clyde Lee Dennis
    Information on The Story Behind Walnuts
  • When Fish Make You Sick  By : Ken McClendon
    Some tropical fish may be dangerous to eat depending largely on the locality of the catch. There are no warning signs so know where you are, what kind of fish you desire to eat and just be careful.
  • The Mystery of Polish Sausage - What is Kielbasa?  By : Adam Marianski
    Most people think that kielbasa is the name of a particular Polish sausage which is not correct. Manufacturers use the name kielbasa to gain the credibility of a consumer and most books and Internet sites provide recipes which have little in common with sausages made in Poland.
  • Make Money with your own Energy Drinks  By : Jorge Olson
    Learn how to start and make money by creating your own energy drinks and new age beverages.
  • Smoking, barbecuing, grilling – what is the difference?  By : Adam Marianski
    In the USA barbecue or grill units are popular and are carried by most department stores. Many people who buy them boast that they are going to smoke meats over the weekend. Most of those factory made units have a built-in thermometer that starts reading from 200º F (94º C) but this temperature is too high for traditional smoking.
  • Top 4 Guidelines To Successful Meal Planning  By : Jayson Hunter
    Why should we plan out our meals? The better question to ask is why not? Eating properly is much like determining how you are going to get to the next city or how you are going to pay for that new pair of shoes. You need to have a plan. Planning is essential in most everything you do nutrition included. Do you just aimlessly get in your car and start driving and hope you get to the proper desitination?
  • The Perfect Sausage Recipe  By : Adam Marianski
    It is surprising how much importance is given to a sausage recipe and how little weight is assigned to the rules that govern the making of a sausage. If you follow the basics you will always make a great sausage. It is like roasting a chicken; it needs salt and pepper and it always comes out perfect unless one falls asleep while watching television.
  • Bulk Candy Chocolate  By : Amit Singh
    More than 35 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolate changed hands in the United States on Valentine's Day this year. The holiday's total chocolate sales approached $1 billion. Yet this confection's link to hearts is extending beyond the lucrative candy business.
  • Why Did We Make Better Sausages Before?  By : Adam Marianski
    Meat technology might be considered one of a very few branches of science where progress has created a lower quality product. Today’s ham or sausage may look pretty and may have a very long storage life but its taste and flavor does not even come close to the products of the past.
  • The Importance Of Collecting Cookbooks  By : MIKE SELVON
    If you love to cook then there is a high probability that you have more than just a few cookbooks.
  • Cocoa Tea - When a Tea Is Not a Tea  By : Corbin Newlyn
    Cocoa tea originated long ago in Soufriere St. Lucia, in the West Indies in the Caribbean. The drink was made to fit more than just peoples desire for a beverage. Read on to learn more.
  • Luscious, Healthy Cranberries  By : Adrian Adams
    Luscious cranberries impart a deliciously tangy flavor to any dish, from barbecues and sauces to beverages and pies. Add cranberries to everyday relishes for mouth watering results.
  • Better Cooking Schools Create Better Cooks For Resorts  By : Craig Chambers
    The joy of cooking is a wonderful starting line but it will not be enough alone. Learning is important and culinary schools will grow your thrill of cooking into a marketable skill...
  • Cookware Styles For Professional Chefs  By : Jim Brown
    There are many cookware sets that are suitable for use by a professional chef but can be used by any person who wants to be pampered while they cook meals for the family and invited guests.
  • Jello Shot Dessert  By : Mario
    It's very simple to produce tasty jello desserts for your diabetic partner. When it comes to the crunch finding good ingredients to go with your jello is easy just look in your cupboards.
  • Cooking Is More Than Just About Eating  By : MIKE SELVON
    Cooking is far more than eating. It can be a celebration of the spirit and bring family or friends closer together.
  • The Adventure of Cooking Food  By : MIKE SELVON
    Healthy cooking has also become easier as budding chefs learn how to prepare their favorite dishes in a new way.
  • Different Ways Of Cooking Chicken  By : Kelvin Ho
    Before we begin, do you know why does chicken have to be thoroughly cooked, while steaks can be served rare or medium rare? The answer lies in the physiology of the chicken.
  • Hawaiian Coffee: The Flavor of the Tropics  By : John Hilaire
    If you have ever visited Hawaii then you already know how beautiful and picturesque these islands are. They offer fantastic food which can't be matched anywhere in the world and the Hawaiian coffee is another thing which is highly sought after worldwide.
  • Iced Coffee Is Refreshing On A Warm Day  By : John Hilaire
    Iced coffee is a refreshing beverage the will provide some added energy as well as a wonderful taste on a busy day or relaxing vacation.
  • Following the History of Coffee  By : John Hilaire
    Of the drinks available to people today, few are as famous as coffee. Perhaps the best source of caffeine short of the new energy drinks being developed, coffee is popular in a variety of places, from the home to the office, from small coffeehouses to swanky restaurants.
  • The Wide World of New Recipes  By : MIKE SELVON
    New recipes can be exciting and wonderful. The secret is to take your time and know your recipe before beginning.
  • Exploring The Worlds Love of Italian Food  By : Clyde Lee Dennis
    Information Italian Food
  • Why Smoked Meats Are More Popular in Europe  By : Adam Marianski
    Smoking meats was performed with their preservation in mind and the taste of the final product played a secondary role. The article explains why food preservation was of more importance in Europe than in the USA.
  • A Brief History About Cracker Jack  By : Angela Abbette
    The Cracker Jack candy treat has been around for a long time, and even in my own lifetime (some 50 years) not much has changed to this long standing product. Still the box has the familiar sailor boy saluting us with his trusty dog by his side. Can you remember the names of the two characters?
  • Finding Cooking Recipes For You  By : MIKE SELVON
    Cooking recipes you see on television does not have to be a Herculean effort.
  • Great Cooking Schools Promote Better Cooks For A Lifetime  By : Craig Chambers
    Knowledge is very important and cooking school will build your thrill of cooking...
  • Microwave Bacon Cooking - Your Way To A Delicious Breakfast  By : Abhishek Agarwal
    If you want to cook bacon, this tip will get you accolades from all and sundry!
  • 9 Handy Cooking Tips And Ready-To-Use Substitutes  By : Abhishek Agarwal
    This articles gives you 9 useful cooking tips. Make sure you know them before entering your kitchen!
  • Unravel The Wonders Of Chinese Cuisine With Chinese Cooking Blogs  By : Abhishek Agarwal
    This article talks about the wonders of Chinese cuisine
  • 8 Must-have Chinese Cooking Utensils - For The Perfect Chinese Dish!  By : Abhishek Agarwal
    If you want to prepare a Chinese dish, make sure you have these must-have utensils...
  • Chinese Cooking Classes - Learn From The Masters!  By : Abhishek Agarwal
    This article talks about the benefits of attending Chinese cooking classes

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