Why Do so Many People Love Coffee? I Hated Coffee
Do you ever ask yourself why so many people love coffee? Well, I never realized it before but now I do. There are so…
Quick and Easy Dinner Recipes - Always 30 Mins
Fighting traffic to pick up the kids just to chauffeur them to soccer or a piano lesson and then making it home just…
Apple Pie Moon Shine
Apple Pie Moonshine is my favorite homemade adult drink. It can be made with Moonshine from your own still, or everclear…
Summer Salad Recipes - Something A Little Different
Spring is here and summer's arrival is imminent. Many of us are looking for summer salad recipes to lighten up our…
Desi Ghee
Healthier Form Of Oil (Desi Ghee) I have acknowledged that desi ghee is less fattening then oil and other so called…
Bulletproof Coffee Reviews: The Change I Made
So what's the big deal? In 2013, I heard this idea of bulletproof coffee for the first time. News was that adding butter…
Food and Drink Articles (1510)
Salad from Smoked Herring with Greens & Fried Bell Peppers
One of the most tasty and simple salads in my opinion, specially for those who like something fast but healthy in same time to eat. hope you will enjoy it. Salad from Smoked Herring with Greens & Fried Bell Peppers For that you will need these Ingredients Smoked herring cut…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Salads   Jul 22, 2011  
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Beer Brewing And The History
Exactly when humans first began making alcoholic beverages such as beer is not known with any amount of certainty. However, a major turning point in human history was the transition from a foraging and collecting society to a productive, agrarian one. This gradual transition happened very early (ca. 9000-7000 BC)…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Home Brewing   Oct 11, 2011  
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Kegging Beer - Easy Storage Of Your Home Brew
There comes a time when most home brewers decide that bottling their home brew is more of a hassle than it is worth. Cleaning the bottles, capping, and filling each bottle individually can be quite tedious. Fortunately, there is a wonderful alternative to bottling - kegging beer! Before you start…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Home Brewing   May 26, 2011  
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Copycat Recipes
Copycat recipes are some of my favorite types of recipes. But what are copycat recipes? you may be asking. Well usually copycat recipes are recipes that are quite simply meant to be like the original. Most copycat recipes are imitations of original restaurant recipes that most people are familiar with.…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Apr 25, 2011  
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How To Make Butter – It’s Easy With A Stand Mixer!
Instructions on how to make butter using a mixer. The whole process only takes 10-15 minutes.
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Recipes   Feb 03, 2011  
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Amazing Yummy Recipes
Do you love to cook. Better yet do you love to eat. Me too, but that's another story. Moderation right, planning in advance for those yummy treats so you don't blow your diet too much. Substituting high fat ingredients for low fat alternatives, planning an extra workout. Looking for great…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Recipes   Jul 11, 2011  
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Food Revolution - is America Ready?
If the latest buzz about the new season of Food Revolution is any indication, the desire to reverse the American diet is gaining steam. The rise of obesity and the consequences involved means that for the first time in modern America, children today may have a shorter life expectancy than…
By:  in  Food and Drink   Apr 17, 2011  
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Olive Oil Health Benefits
Other than adding flavor to your food, many people have wondered what are some of the health benefits that olive oil provides. Olive Oil Heath Benefits are many and just to name a few I have covered some of the ways this oil helps in maintaining good health. Health Benefits…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Feb 20, 2011  
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how to save money on groceries
No need to clip coupons. Saving money on groceries is as easy as learning marketing trends. Every body has to eat but not every body needs to feel the pain of a high grocery bill. Here are a few easy steps to keeping your money where it belongs, in your…
By:  in  Food and Drink   Sep 10, 2011  
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How to make homemade wine
If you want to know how to make homemade wine then look no further as I look at wine making for beginners. Although conventionally wine is made from fermented grape juice it is actually possible for you produce an alcoholic drink of the same strength as wine with any number…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Wine Spirits   Jan 23, 2011  
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How to Become Vegetarian
Are you wondering how to become vegetarian? Are you concerned that a vegetarian diet will result in lack of energy? Do you think it’ll be tough to find enough to eat—or that it won’t taste good? Are you concerned –as many are—that without a meat based diet you won’t get…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Mar 22, 2011  
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Cake Decorating With Fondant
There are many ways to make a good covering layer on a cake for cake decorating, but one of the most popular is cake decorating with fondant. Originally used by British Cake decorators it is quickly becoming the standard for U.S. cake decorators. It is very versatile and fairly easy…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Mar 11, 2011  
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Marinated Braised Beef with Cucumber- Wok Recipe
Another Yummy, scrummy Wok recipe for tasty beef and cucumber - Wok cooking can almost become addictive. If you haven't got one, then get one right now and treat yourself to fast food Asian style - fresh, delicious and succulent morsels of food that are good for you too. This…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Recipes   Feb 12, 2011  
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How To Make Home Brew Beer Using Inexpensive Equipment
So, you want to know how to make home brew beer but you don’t think you can afford, or operate, the equipment? Believe it or not, making beer at home is not complicated and uses very basic supplies and equipment. In fact, you probably already have some of the equipment…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Home Brewing   Jul 08, 2011  
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Cooking, Using Food Substitutions
Remember the kitchen's Golden Rule, that when preparing a particular recipe, you should read through it once and then gather all your needed ingredients and place them in your reach as you are putting together the ingredients. In this way you are not surprised half way through preparation that you…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Mar 17, 2011  
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How to Cook for A Vegetarian - Tips on Accomodating for Your Vegetarian Friends
If you're a meat eater, you may find it daunting to come up with vegetarian meal ideas.  However it really is not that difficult to cook easy, tasty and filling meals for vegetarians once you know a few basics of what vegetarians expect and want. Vegetarian food by definition is…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Sep 12, 2011  
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No Fuss Chicken And Rosemary Recipes
I am going to introduce you to two chicken and rosemary recipes that I know you will love. The first recipe is Grilled Rosemary Chicken and Lemon. The second is Slow Cooker Rosemary Chicken. Both are quite easy and use simple ingredients. Even the most inexperienced cook will impress their…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Recipes   Apr 08, 2011  
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Mking Your Own Beer - Home Brewing
To Make Your Own Beer in an easy way is now possible for you if you are really passionate about it and can manage to invest some time and effort into it. A good taste can provide you with a lot of different kinds of beer and make you some…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Home Brewing   Mar 22, 2011  
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Top Brands Of Stout Beer
Stout beer made its first public appearance in the 1730’s in Ireland. Today, it is found worldwide. This deep, dark colored, bitter flavored beer varies with each brewer. It is made with barley and several types of malt. It is a darker, richer, hoppier version of a porter… a stouter…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Home Brewing   Jun 05, 2011  
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List Of Chocolate Bars
May be you are done with setting up your store and you want to get a suitable list of chocolate bars. It is vital you head to a full rack of chocolate bars to find out what is hot in the world of goodies of chocolate. In this article, it…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Chocolate   Feb 17, 2011  
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Dalwhinnie Whisky and the Distillery
Dalwhinnie whisky distillery produces an excellent malty, slightly peaty and honey toned single malt whisky. Here is a potted history of the distillery and where to find out more.
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Wine Spirits   Feb 11, 2011  
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Famous Recipes
Famous recipes from some of the world's most popular restaurants can now be made at home. These are what you might call duplicates or copycat famous recipes from places that we all know and love. How many restaurants have you been to and wondered if you could duplicate their menu…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Recipes   Apr 19, 2011  
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Learning how to cook
Learning how to cook recipes you like & making them your own!
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Recipes   Jan 27, 2011  
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The History Of Beer
There are about 10,000 years ago, ancient man discovered by chance, the process of fermentation, which appeared on a small scale, the first alcoholic beverages. Later, the beer was originally produced by the bakers, because the nature of the ingredients used: yeast and cereal grains. The barley was soaked to…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Home Brewing   Mar 22, 2011  
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Good Coffee
There are many places in the world that produce good coffee, some examples for those places are: Colombia, Antigua, Sumatra, Hawaii Mandheling and Brazil. Now days coffee have high quality no matter where it came from, but still there is good and there is best. So for those who have…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Coffee   May 27, 2011  
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Make Your Own Pasta and Taste The Difference
Ever thought about making pasta in your own home? Your own steaming bowl of freshly made pasta or noodles might just be minutes away, waiting for your finishing touch. Its so quick and easy to do and you can save some to dry and store for a quick meal later.…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Recipes   Feb 06, 2011  
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Brands Of Beer: Drink Beer While Losing Weight?
When it comes to picking out the best brands of beer, it can be kind of tricky. I am a huge advocate of weight loss, therefore, I picked some of the best tasting brands of beer that will help you keep off that "keg". Now Everyone knows that drinking beer…
By:  in  Food and Drink   Feb 25, 2011  
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Cooking With A Pressure Cooker
Pressure cooker food hasn’t exactly been considered gourmet fare for the past few years. Young gourmands have preferred more sophisticated methods of food preparation—but with a new emphasis on down home dishes and economical ways of cooking, food cooked in pressure cookers is gaining a new, enthusiastic following. Everything old…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Cooking Tips   Apr 05, 2011  
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Tea Time And Memories
When I see a Weeping Willow, I think of my mother, who use to sit under a huge Weeping Willow tree in our garden and enjoy her tea. She loved her tea, tea time at our house was any time. If you were happy, you had tea ,if you were…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Tea   Mar 20, 2011  
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Choose Your Beer
Ever walk in to the beer section of your local supermarket and feel overwhelmed? You're not alone. Herein lies a path to helping your understanding of beer. Beer. It can be overwhelming. Bocks, Dopplebocks, Stouts, Pale Ales, India Pale Ales, Hefeweizens, Blonds, Browns, Ambers, Reds, Porters. Oy! You can get…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Home Brewing   Oct 27, 2011  
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I’ll be honest. When I first heard that you could buy edible gold leaf I was a bit skeptical. My…
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