Brilliant Ice Cream Sundae Tips That You Should Try

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Top Snacks to Make When You’re Hangry

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The Wine Women Want — and Why

The Wine Women Want — and Why

10

2015

Generalizing about women, by a woman, is a notoriously dangerous undertaking. As individuals, women are sensitive to being lumped together as a single demographic, and we should be. History is rife with false and over-generalizations that have made everything from getting the vote to getting woman-centered health care downright difficult, and discussions about wine are no exception. For the most part, women drink according to preferences of taste, and we have more than proven ourselves capable of mastering the art […]

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The Facts of Dhabiha (Halal killing)

23

2015

There are people who argue that dhabiha is inhumane suggesting that there is something much different happening in abattoirs up and down the country. It is an argument that is subjective. There are opponents of the halal method of killing animals because of the perception that it is cruel not to stun the animal initially to reduce suffering. It is an argument, but no one looks too closely at killing or if they do they become vegetarian. The basics Opponents […]

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Thanksgiving Tips – the Perfect Turkey Roaster & More

22

2015

There is perhaps no more demanding meal than Thanksgiving dinner, especially when you are charged with producing the meal for family and friends. The sheer logistics alone are akin to a military operation and the seemingly simple act of getting all of the food prepared and ready to serve at the same time is no small accomplishment. Fortunately a good turkey roaster can be an ally in your fight to bring order to what could be chaotic meal and BedBathandBeyond.com […]

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Chicken – the most versatile meat in the world

19

2015

There are perhaps more recipes concerning chicken than any other meat; it can be roasted, poached, grilled and stir fried. It’s own subtle flavour is complimented by the presence of others in ways other meat would not be. For example, mint goes very well with lamb and chicken but not with pork or beef. Similarly, peanut satay from oriental countries is suited to either pork or chicken, but perhaps not beef or lamb. Nothing is out of bounds for chicken. […]

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The Best BBQ Bars in Glasgow

18

2015

Glasgow prides itself for having some of the most happening clubs that serve delicious food and beautiful cocktails. Some of these Glasgow clubs serve the best seafood, gin, beers and cocktails all week long. Foodies in the lookout for luscious char grilled delicacies must hit all the hotspots featured in Glasgow’s list of exclusive BBQ bars to gorge on mouth watering barbecued platters. From grilled to pan fried to poached, the menu lists in these clubs can never go uncared […]

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Champagne and Grilled Cheese

05

2015

I’m not really sure how the denizens of Champagne would feel about their beloved beverage being served with grilled cheese sandwiches and soup, but it worked for me. First off, let me say that this was a FREE SAMPLEprovided to me by the courteous folks at Palm Bay Imports. Second, it was a 375ml sample. Third, it was really freakin’ good. Fourth, this pairing was better than you are admitting to your self as you read this. While I was peripherally familiar […]

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Why Does Food And Wine Need To Match At Dinner Parties?

04

2015

The idea of a dinner party is quite old fashioned, but it hasn’t stopped more and more people jumping on the trend and inviting their nearest and dearest over for a home cooked feast. It seems however that one of the most important aspects of a dinner party is ensuring that the wine and food match harmoniously. This isn’t always as easy as it sounds. In fact if you get it wrong, it can turn the whole party into a […]

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