Category: Cuisine and Food

Comfort Food for when You’re Sick

When a person is sick, the doctor’s orders usually limit the comfort food to the traditional bland hospital diet. However, there’s one tried and true comfort food that is always at the top of anyone’s list of the best and most effective in healing what ails you. Of course, the traditional comfort food since doctors […]

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Keeping Food Fresh without Refrigeration

Knowing how to keep food safe from spoilage and healthful to eat is essential for anyone who prepares or stores it. For millennia, people have kept food safely without refrigeration. A practical home refrigerator was not invented until 1927. To figure out the best strategies for keeping our food wholesome without electricity, find out how […]

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Great Picnic Side Dishes

Picnics and barbecues are the heart of summer weekends.  Hot dogs and hamburgers, ribs and steaks, the delectable scent of grilled meat wafting through the park and neighborhood.  But, what is steak without corn, ribs without baked beans, burgers without watermelon?  The grilled meat may draw everyone to the picnic but it’s the side dishes […]

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Tips for Choosing and Preparing Beef for Perfect Burgers

Fast food hamburgers and ready-to-cook, store-bought hamburger patties have a reputation for being extremely unhealthy foodstuffs. While this is not always be the case, this is because many hamburger patties contain a number of additives designed to reduce production costs, create artificial colors and flavors, or to preserve the burgers for during storage. Additions may […]

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Freeganism Ethical Eating

After your weekly shop at the supermarket, do you ever stop to think about what actually happens to the food that is not sold at the end of the day? You must have seen the reduced items that pile up on the shelves on the graveyard shift – the endless loaves of bread, cartons of […]

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Meatless Monday

Meatless Monday is not some new trend that the foodies want you to conform to. It’s been around since World War I. It started as a non-profit campaign encouraging Americans to reduce their intake of key food items to help alleviate the food shortage in both our country and Europe. Food production and distribution was […]

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