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Food Storage Tips for Preventing a Food-Borne Illness

A short guide on causes and prevention tactics for a food-borne illness. Quickly explains risks about food handling and provides tips for better food quality.

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How To Find Movie Theaters Near Me That Serve Food

    How To Find Movie Theaters Near Me That Serve Food By Morris Raymond Every once in a while, I like to sit down with my parents, and we get to talking about the way life has changed since they were kids. I try to put in my two cents about my own childhood, but as soon as I…

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What You Need To Know About Extra Virgin Olive Oil

    What You Need To Know About Extra Virgin Olive Oil By Morris Raymond Extra virgin olive oil has become a part of the culture in this country over the last decade or so simply because our approach to food has changed quite a bit in that time. Even food television has become a part of what we view…

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10 Popular Potato Recipes in India

    10 Popular Potato Recipes in India By Ashu B Potato is the most popular starchy root vegetable and is one of the cheapest used staple food ingredients consumed all over the world. It is a nutritious vegetable even the Children often refuse to eat vegetables but they like potatoes. Potatoes are an excellent source of potassium, fiber and…

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Three Ways To Find The Best Olive Oil For Cooking

    Three Ways To Find The Best Olive Oil For Cooking By Morris Raymond Nowadays, many people fancy themselves to be artisan chefs, using their kitchens not for food preparation but for culinary art. For these home chefs, one of the first ingredients they dive into headfirst is olive oil, and almost no stone is left unturned in their…

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Alaska Airlines elevates First Class menu and experience, with a West Coast twist

SEATTLE¬†/PRNewswire/ — To give guests more of what they love, Alaska Airlines is investing in the First Class experience with West Coast-inspired upgrades. A flavorful new First Class menu will start flying this week, while new thoughtful product extras will be introduced throughout 2018. The new menu features fresh, local ingredients paired with seasonal favorites. Think strawberry-lime smoothie shots, an…

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Bad Food Matters

We can’t all be gourmet cooks or diners. We love to watch the wizardry of TV chefs and fantasize about a dinner invitation. We aspire to make some changes in our kitchens and emulate our favorite cookbook authors–someday. We even buy hundreds of dollars’ worth of gadgets and cookware. But in reality, most Americans prefer their foods fast, packaged or frozen (and inexpensive). We are a country of convenience foods, and there is no shortage to fill that need. Microwaves can produce a full meal in less than 15 minutes, and time is of the essence when you’re hungry, tired and headachy from a long commute home. Who needs ovens? Latchkey children can forage in the cupboards and find a snack when mom isn’t home, happily munching away in front of a video game (and you can bet it’s not celery or carrots). Restaurants multiply faster than we can keep up, providing a variety of choices and prices. So let’s shelve those celebrity chefs, forget the sham and pretense that we all dine on healthy, home cooked foods and admit it: bad food matters.

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Seven Surprising Ways To Use Basalmic Vinegar

    Seven Surprising Ways To Use Basalmic Vinegar By Morris Raymond For the last few years, there has been a great push by people to invest time, money, and energy in finding food products that take the general eating experience to amazing highs. One of the products that has been very popular in this push has been balsamic vinegar….

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