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By: Thomas Cutler
Enterprise 21 is the food and beverage technology solution from Technology Group International (TGI). Unlike generic ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solutions, Enterprise 21 is clearly differentia (read entire article)
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By: Dianne Ronnow
There are many of us who are dieting and trying to live a healthy lifestyle. We exercise and go out of our way to eat the best foods we can. Most of us already know that trans-fats, white sugar and w (read entire article)
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By: Griffin Wetzstein
The chocolate orange biscotti recipe is easy to make, looks great, and combines two of the best flavors for dipping!Ingredients 2/3 stick (1/3 cup) salted butter, softened 2/3 cup granulated sugar (read entire article)
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By: Griffin Wetzstein
The tropical cheesecake bars recipe is a great light and creamy dessert that is sure to be a hit during the hot summer months!Ingredients Almond Crust: 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 2 sticks (1 cup (read entire article)
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By: Rebecca Prescott
Arthritis, whether it is osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or gout, have the common symptoms of inflammation of one or more joints. This is accompanied by pain, swelling and sometimes joint deform (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
Do you love good Sushi? What is it about raw fish that is so enjoyable to eat? A slab of your favorite Sashimi can truly make your day. You know if I were a shark in the ocean, I think I might be very (read entire article)
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By: NC
(NC)—Why do people call coffee java? Java is an island in Indonesia with a warm, humid climate and rich volcanic soil – ideal conditions for growing (read entire article)
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By: Troy Pentico
Tempura, sukiyaki, sashimi, sushi – even the words used to describe the most basic of Japanese dishes are exotic and beautiful. Japanese cuisine is ea (read entire article)
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By: Criss White
Just about everyone loves the sweet temptation of chocolates and candy. Here are some intriguing statistics and facts about candy and chocolate: (read entire article)
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By: Laura Ciocan
With a great number of city people living in condos, with no possibility to grill outside, Raichlen's latest book, "Indoor! Grilling" covers a topic o (read entire article)
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Blue Danube Wine Company is proud to introduce the Craftsman™ series of wines from Hilltop Neszmély Winery of Hun (read entire article)
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By: Tim Virnig
Chances are you will run into an occasion in life which requires you to give a toast. Perhaps the event is a wedding, or a birthday party, or an (read entire article)
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By: Shauna Hanus
Most grocery stores carry cans of whipping cream ready to spray onto your favorite desert. Some of these cans even come in chocolate flavor. But, inst (read entire article)
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By: Hilda Maria Sigurdardottir
Go Ahead---Have Some Coffee--- It’s Not JUST COFFEE Anymore!As I sit here one the deck with my daily morning cup of coffee, I realize… just a (read entire article)
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By: Simon Mitchell
Weather-wise it was the first day of spring, with warm sun and a brisk wind from the west. Many Lesser Celandine had flowered that morning and I was (read entire article)
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By: Tea Hub
As we discussed last week, a Pu-erh Bing Cha’s shape and leave presentations on the surface of a cake reveal its quality. A good quality Pu-erh Bing (read entire article)
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By: Randy Wilson
How to start off about Kona Coffees. First talk with an expert about coffees. Like: what is his or her favorite type of bean, almost invariably you’ll (read entire article)
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By: Donna Monday
Milkshakes have been around since the old days of drugstore soda fountains. Now days we tend to drink milkshakes mainly when we go out for (read entire article)
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By: Annas Agency
BlinyDescription Bliny is a Russian traditional dish. They are baked in a great quantity at Shrove (carnival) - last week before Len (read entire article)
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By: Annas Agency
Ancient Happy Cherry HoneyDescription Honey beverage was an obligatory drink of the nobility. Monastery honey beverages were known a (read entire article)
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By: Donna Monday
When I was a kid Wimpy from the old Popeye cartoon show was one of my favorite characters because he expressed a deep love and obsession with hamb (read entire article)
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By: Melissa White
We all get to that place in out weight loss plan where we seem to be getting less results if any. Many of us may feel like it is hopeless and that (read entire article)
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By: Kristin Johnson
The carving. The leftovers. The endless stuffing. Actually, you love the stuffing, cranberries and turkey trimmings. However, it's been se (read entire article)
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By: Curtis Miller
Looking for just the right plates for your table? Then consider Lenox dinnerware. Since 1889 the company has set some of the highest standards for qu (read entire article)
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By: Paul Kreider
I am assuming your house is normal and you have had this experience: after opening a couple of bottles of wine, or more, for a party or dinner for sev (read entire article)
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Lake Champlain Chocolates (LCC), a gourmet Vermont chocolate maker, has introduced three additions to its Small W (read entire article)
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By: Peter Lenkefi
1/2 c Soy sauce 1 Duckling, 4 to 5 lbs. 2 tb Honey 6 Green onions, cut up 2 tb Lemon juice 6 Parsley sprigs 1 Recipe Plum Sauce 1 Garl (read entire article)
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By: Randy Wilson
If necessity is the mother of invention then profit may be the mother necessity. As the Great Depression gripped the United States in the 1930’s and c (read entire article)
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By: Randy Wilson
Mexico has a long history of coffee production as well as its Latin neighbors the south. Mexican coffee is grown mainly in the South central to Southe (read entire article)
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By: Simon Mitchell
Diagnosis is a strength of Western scientific medicine because of its dependence on analytical procedures and processes of elimination. Modern t (read entire article)
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By: Anthony Tripodi
The word fondue comes from the French word fondre and it means to melt or to blend. They should have named it after the French word for outstandingly (read entire article)
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By: Shona Lynch
Many a coffee aficionado would turn up their nose at the thought of adding flavorings to their beloved black beverage. But, if you're not an afici (read entire article)
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By: Hans Dekker
When planning your next dinner party think, fish steaks. Fish steaks are very easy to prepare and most people love fish.You can create wonderf (read entire article)
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By: Mimi Cummins
Are you wondering if you have the time to bake homemade Christmas cookies this year? Every year at about this time we all start to get a l (read entire article)
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By: LeAnn R. Ralph
Easy Blueberry (or Cherry) CheesecakeThis recipe is so easy that even my husband can do it. (His specialities are boxed mac-n-cheese, Ramen no (read entire article)
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By: Peter Lenkefi
3 tb Catsup 3 tb Brown sugar 2 tb Vinegar 1 ts Salt 1 ts Lemon juice 1 ts Dry mustard 2 tb Worcestershire sauce 1 ts Chili powder 4 t (read entire article)
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By: Shauna Hanus
The debate on ribs has ended in my home. After years of toil I have finally capitulated and agreed to make ribs the fool proof way every time. Consequ (read entire article)
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By: Mike Yeager
Coffee pods are what make an excellent cup of coffee. Coffee is the world's most popular beverage after water, with over 400 billion cups consumed a (read entire article)
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By: Mary Gallagher
Fresh Fare From The Food Isle – Ireland CuisineRead Jetsetters Magazine at www.jetsettersmagazine.comRead this entire feature FREE with photos (read entire article)
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By: Sherri Allen
Spring has arrived, bringing with it the sweet start of strawberry season. Strawberries, the first fruit to ripen in spring, are enjoyed all over the (read entire article)
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By: Randy Wilson
The history of Jamaican coffee begins half a world away in France in 1723 when King Louis XV sent three coffee plants to the French colony of Martiniq (read entire article)
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By: Randy Wilson
In the Beginning: In the Coffee Timeline, myth has it that roughly around the ninth century an Abyssinian goat herder named Kaldi discovered (read entire article)
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By: Mike Yeager
A delicious, mouth-watering piece of flavorful gum is a treat that tempts everyone. Whether it’s delicious cherry gum or a bursting with flavor, mout (read entire article)
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By: Rachel Paxton
Our family has recently made the switch from ground beef toground turkey. With ground beef more than $2 a pound, we hadbasically quit eating h (read entire article)
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By: Kathryn Martyn, M.NLP
What's Good Today is Bad Tomorrow: What Can I Eat?We've entered the Twilight Zone when it comes to the multitude ofdiets being promoted to (read entire article)
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By: Michael Sheridan
Newsflash: there is a world beyond olive oil.Look, I like olive oil as much as the next person and I use it extensively in my cooking. However (read entire article)
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By: Jolie Kretchman Loeb
Ever wish you could hop aboard the Good Ship Lollypop and take a candy tour around the world? If so, your ship has come in. Visiting The Licorice Exc (read entire article)
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By: Gary Gresham
Ever wonder how the Gevalia coffee offer works? Simply try one pound of Gevalia coffee and you receive a 12-cup programmable Gevalia coffee maker as a (read entire article)
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By: Dr. John Roberts
A study suggested that eating two cloves of raw garlic a day could protect against a severe form of pulmonary hypertension. The study was perfo (read entire article)
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By: Randy Wilson
Type 2 diabetes mellitus is one of the most rapidly accelerating diseases today in terms of number of people afflicted. Theories abound as to why this (read entire article)
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