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Want To Become A Professional Brewery? Do A Dry Run At Home First

Posted by on Jul 30, 2015 in Uncategorized |

Are you making beer at home as a hobby but want to break into the business? Nano-breweries and micro-breweries are growing in popularity as small brewers seek the joy of sharing their creations with a small, local clientele.  Transitioning from hobbyist to small business can be a lot of work, and it’s important not to jump in before you’re ready. One solution is to create your own backyard bar where you can showcase your brews to friends and family while working out the logistics of shifting to a professional operation....

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When There’s No Heat In The Kitchen: Troubleshooting A Faulty Stove Burner

Posted by on Jun 16, 2015 in Uncategorized |

Electric stoves are a great choice for kitchens where you don’t want the risk of gas lines. Like any other kitchen appliance, though, electric stoves are subject to malfunctions. One of the most common issues that you’ll find in electric stoves is a complete lack of heat in a burner. If your electric stove burner isn’t heating up, here are a few tips to help you isolate the problem and correct it. Secure the Burner One of the most common reasons a burner won’t heat up is because the connections are loose in the...

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Two Great Wine Recipies

Posted by on May 14, 2015 in Uncategorized |

Wine is an incredibly sophisticated beverage that anyone can enjoy, whether they are a teetotaler or not. Because of this, wine is a great gift for anybody because it is such a versatile drink. When you give the bottle of wine to its recipient, put it in a nice wine gift bag and tie one of these recipes to the top to finish off a great gift. These are two great recipes that are great for any occasion, even if the person you are giving the wine to doesn’t drink: Cabernet Strip Steaks 1/2 cup of cabernet wine 1/4 cup of soy sauce 1/4 cup...

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The Two Most Important Details Of Catering A Banquet

Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Whether you’ve been a guest lucky enough to be invited to a banquet or you’ve served on a catering staff in your past, one thing is certain to ring true with you: the amount and variation of delicious food is in no short supply when the banquet is served. When you’re simply a guest at a wedding or other special occasion, it can be easy to overlook the details and preparation that have led to that moment. While it may seem like an easy task to prepare and deliver the meal, the catering team is focused on making the entire...

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Keto-Friendly, Low-Carb Asian Foods

Posted by on Feb 20, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The ketogenic low-carb diet is a great way to lose weight, but it can also be extremely limiting in what you can eat. Meals that are high in carbohydrates, like many Asian foods, are generally off-limits since you could end up surpassing your daily carb limit in just one meal. However, if you’re fond of Asian meals, you’ll be happy to know that the three in this guide are a great choice for keto.  Bok Choy Bok choy, which is commonly used in Chinese cooking, is an extremely low-carb vegetable that’s also full of healthy...

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The Health Benefits Of Pesto Pizza Sauce

Posted by on Feb 3, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are not feeling like a tomato-based sauce on your pizza tonight, go with some pesto instead. Pesto is flavorful and great for your body. Many toppings pair well with pesto pizza. The Make-Up Of Pesto Sauce It only takes a few ingredients to make pesto sauce. Most pesto sauces contains basil, garlic and olive oil. Some people even throw Parmesan cheese or ground pine nuts into their pesto sauce to add a little extra flavor and texture. Pesto sauce is easy to make and has a very distinct taste. The Benefits Of Pesto Sauce If you suffer...

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Three Delicious Yet Unknown Regional Dishes To Flavor Up Regional-Themed Parties

Posted by on Jan 21, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

One of the most exciting aspects of party planning is deciding on a theme. Regional themes work well because they can showcase traditional flavors. From wedding catering to birthdays, here are some examples of often-overlooked yet very traditional regional dishes that capture the essence of the regions from which they originated. Hawaii One of the most popular party ideas is the Hawaiian theme. These luau-themed events are usually catered with ham, pineapple, and cucumber salad, but there is one frequently overlooked dish that is the epitome...

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3 Ways To Cut Back On Calories At A Mexican Restaurant

Posted by on Jan 7, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are trying to eat healthier, then going to Mexican restaurants can be a good choice as long as you know what foods will aid in your healthy eating plan. Here are 3 ways to cut back on calories so that you can enjoy great flavor while maintaining a small waistline. Eat Fish First, consider eating fish and seafood when you go to a Mexican restaurant. Specifically, look for grilled fish that does not have the extra calories that come from being fried. Really fresh fish has so much flavor that it does not need to be fried anyway. You can...

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Back To Basics: Clover Honey Offers Great Versatility In Cooking

Posted by on Dec 22, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you’re trying to expand your cooking knowledge and recipe repertoire, one of your most basic kitchen staples, honey, is the food to go to. Honey can add a sweet edge to anything, from meat marinades to cake flavorings. Even plain butter benefits from the addition of some mild honey to make a delicious but simple spread. Honey is available in several different flavors, some of which are easy to find at your local store. However, clover honey remains the best option if you want to add a “classic” honey flavor. Changing...

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Figuring An Appropriate Tip For Your Server

Posted by on Dec 11, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Servers, waiters and waitresses work for tips. Yes, the restaurant (such as The Turtle Club) they work for pays them an hourly wage, but the bulk of their income depends on how well their customers tip. It’s tricky, however, to come up with the perfect amount to tip your server, especially if she went above and beyond and made your meal enjoyable. With a few unofficial formulas, it’s easier to come up with the appropriate tip that shows your appreciation. Use Math The standard restaurant tip is around 15 percent of your total...

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Beat The Heat: How To Enjoy Spicy Foods

Posted by on Dec 3, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

From Mexican food to Indian, spicy food is delicious and satisfying. Many people love the burn of chili peppers and other strong spices, but some are a little more sensitive and have difficulty eating hot, spicy food. This is a shame because many health benefits come from eating spicy food, including improved breathing, less fat storage, and reduced cravings. If you want to enjoy the benefits (both to your health and your taste buds) of spicy food, below are some ways to help counter your sensitive palate: 1. Work Your Way Up: Do not start...

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