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These cool kitchen gadgets are a must-have for aspiring chefs. They make food preparation fun and easy. Get them and add a professional touch to your culinary efforts. Pineapple Corer / Slicer A handy gadget that gives you perfectly peeled and cored pineapple slices, without the mess and struggle. Fill the empty pineapple shell with assorted chopped fruit, or use it as a juice bowl for the kids. Salad Spinners A salad spinner's whirling motion removes all excess water from salad leaves and veggies, leaving ...
We all know and have read about the health benefits of eating a varied diet, consisting of a selection of one product out of the 5 main food groups. (Fruit & Vegetables, Meat & Fish, Dairy Products and Milk, Bread cereal and potatoes, and fatty and sugary foods) When it comes to choosing a meat product Lamb is one of the most flavorsome of all the meats.With lamb you have a varied choice of cuts i.e. Breast, Leg, Shank, Shoulder, Loin, Chump Fillet Scrag and of course Minced Lamb.When people think o...
Smoothies are no longer crunchy granola hippie food. They are in sidewalk cafes and are being sold at the grocery store in 6 packs. But smoothies are easy to make at home and can be even more nutritious when you make them yourself. One of the best reasons to start drinking smoothies is if you are prone to skipping breakfast. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet millions of people walk out the door with a thermos of coffee and a full to-do list. Your body needs fuel to work properly. Your bra...
Having a functional kitchen space is important for any chef, even if you just like to do it as a hobby. If you're space isn't functional, like you run out of cupboard space or don't have enough room to store different items, things can get pretty frustrating. So, to ensure that your kitchen is well put together, turn to stainless steel kitchen carts to make it happen. Stainless steel kitchen carts are the perfect way to make your kitchen space functional. How so you might be thinking? Well, there are a num...
Along with the dress the rings and the rings and the venue, the wedding reception food is one of the most crucial parts of any wedding.Deciding on wedding reception food can hard work as well as costly. There are many things that need to be considered such as dietary requirements of your guests as well as checking for any allergies to certain foods as this could be fatal for some people.When sending out your wedding invitations it is always a good idea to ask the guests to include any allergy or dietary req...
Most people do not pay even a small amount of mind to their sinuses until something starts to go wrong with them. Clogged sinuses are usually a unpleasant thing to experience and they could make a flu or a cold even harder to get through. Most of us try to cure our sinuses with medicine or even with steam but the truth is that the different things we eat can have quite a major effect on the tiny passageways that run through our faces. So how can food make it easier to take care of your sinuses well? Keep re...
While some diet programs claim that, when it comes to losing weight, what you eat is more important than what you do, the truth is that losing weight is a two-fold commitment. Exercise is an important part of health and wellness --and losing weight-- that can't be overlooked.Everybody has different weight loss preferences and methods. I, for example, am the type of person who prefers to exercise rather than follow a restrictive diet. During a time when I wasn't careful about nutrition, but stuck with a goo...
Now that summer is officially here, our home gardens are in their heyday. Spring's greens have already sprouted and given us the first gifts of the season, like bitter dandelion leaves, soft lettuces and nutrient-rich spinach. Now it's peas and squash, strawberries and raspberries. Last season you risked it and planted watermelon (and oh, what a harvest you had!). This summer you're branching out to cooking herbs and thinking of buying a backyard composting bin for all of your fertile scraps. No matter what...