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Why Do We Spend More for Nutritionally Deficient Food?

Food prices may be on the rise, but the quality of the food many Americans eat today is lower than...

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Keeping Your Wine Cool for an Optimum Experience

The term, “wine cellar” has more meaning for maintaining the beverage than simply because it’s an out of the way...

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Are Japanese Knives Really the Sharpest in the Drawer?

The best chefs and cooks are absolutely passionate about their knives; everyone seems to have their favorite, and internet forums...

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Try Non-Dairy Alternatives in Your Favorite Espresso

  Image source Many coffee shops offer whole cow’s milk as the default for espresso-based beverages, as this is the...

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Best Natural Supplements for Daily Intake

Not everyone is able to eat the right healthy foods ideal for the body on a daily basis. Despite the lessons learned in school and reminders from the experts, it's a fact that one does not get the complete nutrients he or she needs every day of his life. Fortunately, there are supplements that … [Read More...]

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The Cookbook Every Mom Must Have: Healthy Cooking for Happy Kids

Every mom - or anyone who has had to take care of kids - will agree that there are times when nothing is good enough when it comes to food. One has to be rather creative - and patient - especially during periods when a child doesn't feel like eating at all. We've all had that... But mom, I … [Read More...]

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Changing Dietary Requirements in Old Age: What You Need to Know

There's a certain irony surrounding ageing and diet that's hard to ignore. As we get older we become less active, burning fewer calories and requiring less energy from food to fuel the body. However, old age is when we need vitamins and minerals from food more than ever to ward off disease, keep us … [Read More...]

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Food Styling: Food and Photography in a Blog

I don't know with  you but for me the main thing that could easily capture my attention in a food blog is the image or images used with the article. There is something so half-baked (pun intended) about describing food and the dining experience without any visual material to look at. With the … [Read More...]

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Dark Chocolate and Red Wine – the Ultimate (and Healthy) Food Marriage

Image One of the more heartening stories to come roaring down the information highway of late, at least about food, involves an unbeatable combination: dark chocolate desserts and red wines. Simply put, dark chocolate cake ingredients matched with a suitable selection of red wine not only tastes … [Read More...]

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4 Ways You Can Cook Finger Lickin’ Fish

When it comes to fish recipes you many think that you’ve already tried and tested everything there is out there, but the truth is you’ve only just begun. Old El Paso has brought another dimension to fish dishes, making fish a flavour you just cannot deny yourself. At Old El Paso fish recipes you … [Read More...]

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Burlesque Baking

The worlds of burlesque and cake-making may seem miles apart but baker Charlotte White has combined the two with her cooking book Burlesque Baking. London cake maker says her over-the-top cakes are all inspired by the decadent world of burlesque striptease. “I absolutely love burlesque and I … [Read More...]

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Putting Your Passion for Food in Writing

If you have passion both for food and writing, wouldn't it make sense if you put your passion for food in writing? When this is the case, the creation of a food blog is a natural step. By doing a quick check on various resources for writers, you will discover that you can either put up you own food … [Read More...]