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Food & Entertaining Ideas For Your Beach House Reunion

By Vedat Onyol

Summer beach house reunions are a common ritual not only in the United States but throughout the world. It is a time for great laughs, games and catching up with family, that you really want to go well and be a memorable occasion for decades to come.

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.

The Different Kinds of Organic Food

By Matteo Datini

The organic agriculture has lingered as one of the dominant figures of agriculture ever since. For the last few decades, there were other forms of agriculture that were added in the existing method simply just because others are in the move to make t

Food & Sex: Need A Change Of Scenery, Perhaps A Gourmet Picnic Will Hit The Spot

By Kerim Sakin

Need a change of scenery to spice up your sex life? Why not pack a gourmet picnic and take off on a drive with your partner for an afternoon or weekend of blissful escape and great food?

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.

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.

Top Five Reasons Why you need to Pack Lunch

By Isabetta Mazzei

Nutrition is important more than ever, in this hard trying times where every dollar spent on food matters. If you have kids in school, it is your concern how to give your child the proper nutrition without sacrificing the taste of the food.

How to Prevent Food borne Illness at home

By Mehmet Tekin

Food borne Illnesses are common today that according to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) it affects almost 76 million people each year, with deaths close to 5,000.

Calgary to Be The Next Big Thing in The Food World

By Max Jacobson

According to several chefs I met, spoke to and let cook for me, Calgary, Alberta, which is an easy two hour direct flight from Vegas, is the next big thing in the food world.

Boost Your Restaurants Revenues By Offering Cooking Classes

By Roberto del Conde

If your restaurant?s revenues are failing short of your goals then why not consider offering cooking classes to add another revenue stream? There are millions out there that either want to learn to cook better themselves or would love to spend their

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