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Things To Know About Ginger

Ginger. Just the word can conjure the heady scent and tangy taste of the freshly prepped knobby root. Whether you slice or grate it into stir fries or sauces; drink it in ginger ale or tea; or eat it candied, baked it into cookies or in ice cream, ginger not only imbues food with its […]

10 Foods For Better Memory

10 Foods for Better Memory Forgot something? Try adding these 10 foods to your diet — all have been shown to help better your memory. 1) Green Tea Several studies have found that drinking green tea helped improve cognitive function. This doesn’t mean more is better — go for one (or two) cups of tea […]

Classic Hummus

I finally got tired of a store bought hummus, particularly the process of revamping it in my kitchen. I love hummus and every time I buy one, it would seem dry in a few days. Hummus is easy to make – you just throw all ingredients in a powerful blender/food processor and push the button. […]

Crock Pot Pulled Pork

For those of us who have used a Crock Pot Pulled Pork before…the secret is out. They are amazing – a “must-have” for family meals! So how long have families been slow cooking their dinners? The act of slow cooking has been going on for hundreds of years – ever since people started using an […]

Benefits of Crock Pot Meals

If you looking for cheap, straightforward and quick cooking then using a Crock Pot is the only way to go. When you are trying to prepare low budget meals for your family using the Crock Pot will help. Most people don’t realize the benefits associated with the utilization of a Crock Pot: · Saves time […]

Summer Meal Ideas

When the weather condition is warm, the sun is shiny, and the days are long, the last thing one wants is to be stuck in the kitchen day after day making meals when you could be doing something else. Eating outside is a splendid idea in the summer, and this calls for lighter meals sometimes. […]

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