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By: Laura Childs
Whole wheat, sourdough, oatmeal, potato -- the list goes on. All are delicious fresh from the oven, kneaded with love and patiently awaited as the lo (read entire article)
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By: F. Medeiros
You would think that choosing camping food to bring would be as easy as saying "I'll take what I like to eat at home", unfortunately not all the thing (read entire article)
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By: Nerello Glasure
The wine taster's ritual of peering into a glass, swirling it around and sniffing suspiciously at it, before taking a mouthful only to spit it out ag (read entire article)
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By: Dr. Michael L. Johnson
Dystonia is not a new condition. It affects thousands of people every year. Contrary to popular belief, dystonia is not a normal consequence of (read entire article)
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By: Paul Kreider
Winemakers spend most of their time doing two things: sanitizing equipment to avoid infestation by unwanted microorganisms and keeping air away from t (read entire article)
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By: Randy Wilson
With the spread of various coffee beans into our lives, it can be more and more difficult to discern what you’re buying at the market. And that’s not (read entire article)
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By: Janette Blackwell
I knew they were the world’s best pickles the moment I tasted one. That first taste took place around 1950, and I’ve tasted a lot of pickles since, (read entire article)
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By: Paul Rinehart
People have been drinking fermented beverages since the dawn of civilization. At first, the production of alcohol may have been accidental. Over time, (read entire article)
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By: Kirsten Hawkins
Barbeque, in the southern and Midwest parts of the United States, consists of slow-cooking meat over indirect heat. Chicken, beef, pork, sausage, ham, (read entire article)
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By: Dan Phillipe
Wine is a social drink which should be enjoyed in the company of friends and .. food. The right combination between food and wine is a source (read entire article)
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By: Paul Rinehart
Several thoughts run through one’s head when they think of French cooking. Visions of buttery goodness, heavy creams and fancy displays. There is much (read entire article)
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By: Peter Lenkefi
2 lb Spare ribs 2 ts Curry powder 2 cn Choy sweet and sour sauce 2 tb Vinegar 2 ts Chili powder Salt & pepper Cook the Spare Ribs sl (read entire article)
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By: Tara Pearce
Are you looking for places to buy shrimp online? They’re not so easy to find. That’s what we’re here for. We’ve done all the hard work for you and res (read entire article)
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By: Allan Wilson
Turbo oven is an ultimate product that makes cooking healthier foods easier than ever before. Turbo oven not only reduces the need to cook with ad (read entire article)
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By: Jane Oelke
Copyright 2005 Jane OelkeIt is always amazing to me when I find a food substance that when taken in excess can cause pain the body. And somet (read entire article)
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By: Neil Best
First dates are nerve wracking enough without having to worry about what wine to choose to impress your new friend! One of the great things ab (read entire article)
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By: Capt\'n Salsa
Wow I have a hankering for some really good grill roasted chicken,the melt in your mouth variety with some fresh homemade salsaslathered right (read entire article)
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By: Ed Williams
You know that you’re craving sweets a bit too much when.... You buy bags of miniatures of your favorite candy bar because you’re convinced that (read entire article)
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By: Jan Kovarik
Even if you have never baked bread before, I can just about guarantee that your very first loaf out of the oven will be so mouth-watering that you (read entire article)
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By: Neil Best
Although millions of people across the globe enjoy wine, very few of them know exactly what it is about a particular wine that they enjoy. By understa (read entire article)
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By: Skip Lombardi
When I lived in the North End of Boston, in the nineteen eighties and nineties, I hung around a neighborhood bar from time to time, called The Corner (read entire article)
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By: Iulia Pascanu
Juan Valdez is a most popular figure in the advertising world and the symbol of the Columbian 'cafetelero' since 1959.Juan Val (read entire article)
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By: Simon Mitchell
The French, in terms of diet and disease, are a statistical enigma. They relish high fat food, consume alcohol regularly and often smoke - the very p (read entire article)
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By: Anthony Tripodi
Does a waterfall of melted chocolate cascading down onto an awaiting strawberry sound appealing to you? Or have you ever wanted to serve chocolate fo (read entire article)
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By: Tynan Szvetecz
Serving Temperatures The flavors of both red and white wines fall apart if they are too warm. It is advisable to chill your reds in the fridge (read entire article)
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By: Sherri Allen
Review of Fry Light, Fry Right!by Elaine Magee, MPH, R.D.Black Dog & Leventhal, September 2004Paperback, 192 pagesISBN: 1579123910 (read entire article)
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By: Lee Dobbins
Lobster, once the food of poor farmers, is now considered a special treat for many. Although some people prefer the meaty claws, I think that lobster (read entire article)
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By: Abigail Baker
Did you ever come home in a rush and in a panic realize you have forgotten to plan dinner? I keep a boneless chuck steak in the freezer for just such (read entire article)
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By: Fred Fisher
This is a contemporary salad which has actually been around for quite a while now and we regularly prepare it as part of our cooking holiday in Franc (read entire article)
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By: News Canada
(NC)-Summer breezes carry the sounds of kids clamoring for icy, cool treats. The local traveling ice cream truck is now passe, with the new k (read entire article)
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By: David G. Hallstrom, Sr.
According to the latest U.S Government census the city of Pasadena, California has a population of just under 140,000, however the city boasts in (read entire article)
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By: Gary Cordingley
Before computed tomographic (CT) scans became available in the 1970s, there was no good method for imaging the brain. The available methods and (read entire article)
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By: Bobby Voicu
Aphrodisiacs are amongst the oldest cures, being ones of the ancient natural medicines used by mankind. From China to Mayan Empire or Inca, these pla (read entire article)
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By: Steve Gillman
To save on food, be an opportunist. Buy what you like, but buy on sale. Do you need oranges every day? Buy them when they're cheap, then buy grapefrui (read entire article)
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By: Cyndi Roberts
It seems that school starts earlier every year. So it's time to start thinking about what to put in those school lunches every morning. (read entire article)
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By: David Z
A good pillow is not only comfortable but also supportive of our neck and back to a perfect position. Choosing the suitable pillow that fits our (read entire article)
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By: Benjamin Bicais
The annual life cycle of California Vineyards is generally considered to begin in the Fall immediately after the previous year's harvest. During (read entire article)
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By: Lorraine Bevere
Legend has it that an ancient Chinese emperor was the first to discover Tea when some leaves were blown by chance into a bowl contain some boiling hot (read entire article)
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By: Ruth Polak
Swordfish belongs to the group of fish that have recently become more appreciated for their contribution of omega-3 essential oils to the diet. These (read entire article)
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By: Gary Gresham
Starbucks Coffee Company was founded in 1971 by three businessmen in Seattle, Washington who had a love for coffee and tea. It was important to them t (read entire article)
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By: Armen Hareyan
This Spinach Salad may be prepared before the serving, but the dressing for this Spinach Salad with Strawberries may be prepared few hours before (read entire article)
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By: NC
(NC)—Top off that holiday meal with a twist on an old standard – coffee! Hamilton Beach, makers of the BrewstationTM coffeemaker, offers the followin (read entire article)
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By: Stacey Agin Murray
Have you taken a good look in your refrigerator, lately? Your mother-in-law’s Meatloaf Surprise started living up to it’s name two weeks a (read entire article)
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By: www.Charlottecritic.com
So the mission for this trip in Charlotte NC was a great location for breafast. Too bad the mission went nowhere on this day.Bob Evans Farms R (read entire article)
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By: Peter Lenkefi
Barbecued Chicken #2 Stephen Ceideburg 1/4 c Hoisin sauce3 lb Chicken, cut into 8 pieces, 1 tb Cider vinegar -skin and fat removed, or (read entire article)
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By: Gene Sower
Because every dog is unique, it's sometimes very difficult to determine what causes food-related allergies and what doesn't. Common pet food culprits (read entire article)
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By: Dave Lavinsky
Neck pain afflicts many people at some point in their life - two-thirds of American adults report having experienced at least one incidence of neck pa (read entire article)
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By: rudy silva
Cayenne is a constipation home remedy that is effective in producing peristalsis in your colon and aids digestion. It can be used regularly at every m (read entire article)
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By: Tony Papajohn
Opportunity is all around us and has many facets, but it’s not always obvious.It hides behind the same appearance that everyon (read entire article)
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By: Michael Lansing
With the holidays on their way soon, many people will be beefing up kitchens to handle the increased demand for ‘fit for a king’ meals. Not being a pr (read entire article)
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