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Beer & Best Selling Authors: The Secrets Of Online Marketing

By Luis Marquez

Perhaps the most important mission of the 2000s for many is trying to figure out the secrets of successful online marketing. There are volumes of advice on keywords and social media

How to Eat Right for a Healthy Weight Loss

By Vedat Onyol

Food is our body fuel, but too much food intake will cause dietary problem. Our body needs food everyday to feel better, and live a healthier life. These tips are short and are intended as a starting point or quick reference for individuals seeking t

Primal Dieting: Eat Your Raw Diet With A Roar!

By Cem Vardar

With raw food diets on the rise there are many varieties of raw food diets emerging. Among them is the Primal raw food diet. This is definitely not one for vegetarians.

Ideas for What to Serve on Easter

By Salvatore Cesareo

Not sure what to serve on Easter? Need some new Easter dinner ideas and Easter dinner recipes? Don’t worry, entertaining for Easter doesn’t really have to be that difficult or complex.

How To Get Your Children Excited About Organic Food

By Tim Shibble

Getting your kids excited about organic food can sometimes seem like a difficult task. However the younger they are the easier it is to teach them and ingrain the importance of eating organic.

How to tell if you are sick of Food Borne Disease

By Gostanza Capponi

Food borne diseases are deadly and if you are not careful in handling your family?s food, you will one of the 76 million people worldwide suffering from food borne illnesses. I

Food and Religion: Tips For Cooking For Your Future Christian In-Laws

By Vedat Onyol

Food and religion can sometimes be a tricky mix. If you are not into religion yourself you may have never given it a second thought. However when it comes to getting together with your

P.J. Clarke’s: Dining on Las Vegas Strip

By Max Jacobson

One thing you can always count on when you dine on the Strip is a distorted sense of history. The original P.J. Clarke’s, the legendary New York City watering hole, opened in 1864, and presidents, kings and writers like Hemingway have imbibed there.

What Food Are You Going to Bring to a Beach Party?

By Emma James

Summer is here and what a good way to start your vacation than heading off to the beach. The clear waters, the fine sand, sea breeze, good food shared among family and friends, these are the qualities of a good beach party.

New Twists On Turkey

By Isabetta Mazzei

Tired of the same old turkey or just don’t want to do the traditional turkey roast this year? Don’t worry there are plenty of other ways you can still have your turkey, but in faster to make and slightly more exciting ways.

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