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A look at Celebrity Chefs

Rocco DiSpirito: The Science of Flavor And What You Don’t Know About Celebrity Chefs “Find your inner chef!” encourages a voice from a stage at the Santa Barbara Arts Festival. The stage, set between the Courthouse Sunken Gardens and Elements Restaurant, is surrounded by luxury cars and a ravenous crowd. …

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Easy Cooking for one

Cooking for yourself is as uncomplicated as you make it. One small piece of meat, fish or chicken from the supermarket can be wrapped in a large piece of heavy-duty foil with a sliced baking potato or yam, and a bag of frozen vegetables. Season and cook your meal in …

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Healthy Meals in a Hurry

When time is of the essence, it is helpful to have quick meal ideas on hand that are easy to prepare and enjoyed by all family members. A store-bought rotisserie chicken is a versatile and inexpensive foundation for quick meals. The chicken can be quickly carved and served with a …

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How do you Make Dumplings

So you want to make dumplings, do you actually know just what a dumpling is? Dumplings are in fact many things to many people; actually just what a dumpling is depends mainly on just where in the world you live – depending on your nationality the dumplings can be made …

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Healthy Affordable Meals College

Time and money. Two things that most college students don’t have much of. There’s the hustle of classes, exams and studying, and the bustle of socializing, exercising and going to parties. That doesn’t leave much time or money for healthy and affordable meals. Here are10 simple and budget friendly ingredients …

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How to Make Potato Scones

Potato scones are tasty and filling. Potato scones are served as a savory and are especially good served along with fried bacon and eggs, or maybe sausage grilled mushrooms and a tomato. Traditionally a scone is oven baked, it can be split in two and filled with a sweet or …

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Circulon as a Great Alternative

Circulon have been world leaders in the production of cookware for over twenty years, and they got something right with their design. If you look at the innovative range, it is easy to see why their popularity has grown. Comparing their style and innovative technology with what others offer, what …

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Tarragon

Tarragon (Artemisia Dracunculus) is an aromatic plant with a slightly bitter taste combined with a sweet taste. It was grown in the past by Asian people and then brought into Europe. Tarragon is now common in gardens and even in pots and is well-known for its culinary and therapeutic properties. …

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Why Make Grandmas Homemade Bread

One thing that I could always remember was going to my grandma’s house and eating her home made bread. It always smelled and tasted so good. I think that whenever someone talks about grandparents, my mind always drifts to Grandma’s home made bread. Maybe it sounds strange, but whenever I …

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