Category: Food Blog

Thanksgiving Sides Nobody Cares About

While turkey is the main course at Thanksgiving, many other things to consider. Side dishes are essential, and you need plenty. Turkey Day is as much about the side dishes like the turkey. Certain sides are memorable, but not in a good way. These are the side dishes that no one wants to…

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Five Tips to Make the Perfect Panna Cotta

5: Make sure your gelatin is completely dissolved. Unflavored gelatin is best for pannacotta. Granulated gelatin is the most popular in the U.S., but you can also buy gelatin in sheets. Make sure to “bloom” the gelatin before adding it to your cream mixture. You’re dissolving the gelatin and allowing it to absorb fluid….

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5 Italian Dishes Kids Can Make

Many scents are timeless and so closely tied to childhood kitchens. They can be used in bread baking, stew simmering, pasta boiling, or chocolate melting. Family mealtimes are about more than just eating food. It’s about embracing the collective life. It’s about preparing ingredients and adding news to the mix. Learning from each…

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Alternatives to Expensive Ingredients

Do our sous vide a part of your everyday vocabulary? Are you a molecular chef who has spent hours trying to perfect your recipe? You are probably a foodie. Sometimes, you can substitute inexpensive ingredients that won’t compromise the integrity of your dish. Learn how to make gourmet cooking more affordable. Red and white wine Many delicious…

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Christmas Sweetbreads

We’ve selected the best recipes from all over the world. Every bread can be enjoyed as a holiday breakfast or evening dessert with family and friends. This keeps the holiday special and in line with heartwarming traditions. Loaf of Spiced Apples The spiced apple loaf is filled with warm apple chunks, butter, sweet…

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You should be baking with mayonnaise if you aren’t already

Quick. Quick. You might think that mustard is the most popular condiment in the United States. But mayonnaise is the real deal. The stuff is used in burgers, pasta salads, sauces, and french fries. It’s worth $2,000,000 annually. According to Ashley Strickland Freeman, it’s also the secret ingredient in nearly all most popular…

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What is Candy Corn? How is it made?

Each Halloween sees bags of white, yellow, and orange candies filled with trick-or-treat candy bags across the country. There are many bags to be filled: The National Confectioners Association estimates that candy companies make nearly 35 million pounds (15.8 million kilograms) each year. This is roughly 9 billion pieces of sweet candy. Candy…

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False Stereotypes about Healthy Lifestyle

Although you might not agree with my opinion, do you realize that positive thinking can cause you to be negative? Research shows that positive thinking can lead to depression if you fail. 1. For backaches, ergonomic furniture is a good choice. Perhaps you have seen the Ergonomic Furniture advertisement, which shows that it…

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Low-Calorie Fast Food Items

You might not prefer eating a hamburger or pizza if you are on a diet. But, wait! W… Fast food has high levels of calories and potentially dangerous content such as sodium and sugar. Fast food can be called ‘healthy’ and ‘low-cal’ if it contains a balanced combination of macronutrients. Moderation is key…

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10 Most Popular OCEANIAN Seafood Dishes

Fish Lolo Simmering white meat fish make this classic Fijian dish like cod, catfish, mahi-mahi, and cod in LOLO, Fijian for coconut milk. This delicious meal can be enhanced with chopped onions, ginger, and sometimes even tomatoes. You can serve fish lolo with boiled sweet potatoes or taro root, rice, and lime wedges. ‘Ota…

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