Beef, or Veggie Burger? How the Protein Package Matters for Health

Posted by on Feb 10, 2015 in beef | 0 comments

Beef, or Veggie Burger? How the Protein Package Matters for Health

  Protein is one of the essential building blocks of the human body. Found in muscle, bone, hair, skin, and throughout the organs and tissues, protein-based enzymes are responsible for fueling many of the crucial chemical processes that the body relies on daily. There are at least 10,000 distinct types of proteins that are active in keeping the human machine running, making it vital that the body replenish its stores through a protein rich diet. Considering Food’s Complete Protein Package However,...

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Three Tasty, Easy Dishes to Cook in Your Brand New Kitchen

Posted by on Sep 21, 2014 in Chicken | 3 comments

Three Tasty, Easy Dishes to Cook in Your Brand New Kitchen

  Getting a brand new kitchen installed in your home is exciting. By just changing one room, you can give a new lease of life to your entire household and open up a whole new world of opportunities for you and your family to entertain and learn new cooking skills. But, after unpacking all of your plates, pots, pans, utensils, cloths and cleaning products into their new cupboards and drawers, you’ll have worked up an appetite and will probably want your first meal to be something that’s easy to make but which...

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Around the world in 5 Desserts

Posted by on Sep 26, 2013 in Desserts | 16 comments

Around the world in 5 Desserts

  When it comes to our main meals we easily travel the world with our culinary experimentation; Indian, Italian, Mexican and so on are all foods we regularly consume, but I have noticed we tend to overlook the desserts which are available. For example, we all know chilli is a Mexican dish but can you name any Mexican desserts? Here we have some great desserts from around the world, how many have you tried, have you made any? If you haven’t tried any why not find the dessert recipes and make one...

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For the Love of Food and Travelling

Posted by on Sep 19, 2013 in Italian, pasta | 15 comments

For the Love of Food and Travelling

  Pardon that you’d be bombarded with pasta dishes in the following posts. 😀 Still part of our Italian tour, we visited Bologna, which is year 2000’s European capital of culture and the capital of the Emilia-Romagna Region in Northern Italy as the last stop. Hubby jokingly said that he would have its infamous dish, pasta with ragu alla bolognese for sure…I said we would probably be tired of eating pasta by then having tried a lot in the other 4 cities. Truth be told, I was already tired...

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Florence – of Scents and Flavors

Posted by on Aug 28, 2013 in Italian, pasta | 27 comments

Florence – of Scents and Flavors

  The last week of July was spent with so much walking I felt like I lost 5 kilos as I go…then again, it was also spent eating here and there that the kilos lost came back too soon! And where did our itchy feet took us, you might ask? Hubby and I went to five cities in a one-week stretch and drank history along with art, old architecture, cars, Vespas and heat in sunny, sophisticated, busy Italy. Among the cities we’ve seen, Florence – dubbed as the Athens of the Middle Ages impressed me...

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