Top 5 Restaurants with Catering Services in New York City

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WHAT MATERIAL SHOULD MY COOKING APRON BE MADE FROM?

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Top Tips to Remember when Throwing a Cocktail Party

Top Tips to Remember when Throwing a Cocktail Party

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2015

Cocktail parties are especially popular during the holiday season, but they are also quite the ‘in’ thing throughout the year. The good aspect about cocktail parties is that you do not have to serve a vast amount of food (especially entrees) or a four-course meal, and you can mix and match your guests without worrying about them being awkward with each other – as opposed to seating guests at a dinner table, where they’re basically forced to engage in small […]

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To Chill or not to Chill: Which Wines are best served Cold?

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2015

Temperature can really make a difference to our enjoyment of certain wines. Getting the right balance between too cold and too warm is important to the body and aroma of wine, especially if you’ve been saving a vintage bottle for a special occasion. Read our top tips on when and when not to chill. White wines Classic white wines such as Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay can be chilled and served 10 or 15 minutes after leaving the fridge to give […]

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Best Foods You Need to Try in 2014

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2015

A new year brings with it a lot of desires such as loss of weight, healthy diets or engaging in fitness exercises and eating healthy meals. Even as you think about your health and wellbeing you need the right foods and nutrients. You might want some dish to help you lose weight and there is no better way to start the year than with these great foods. Black Rice This rice is slowly becoming a popular and favorite food in […]

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How to Find the Best Balsamic Vinegar to Cook With

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2015

Italy is the place where time seems to stand still, a land still capturing the romance of previous centuries. Her language sounds like singing, while passionate hand gestures seem to tell more than the words themselves. It’s the country that gave birth to the greatest artists and architects of human history; it’s the nation that seems to carry excellence on her breath. Her kitchen brought forth delicacies and dishes that were adopted by restaurants and families all around the globe. […]

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Tips For Conquering A Chicken Wing Challenge

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2015

Since the days of antiquity, men and women of all ages have gathered together to compete in one of the most timeless traditions of the human experience: The buffalo chicken wing challenge. …Alright, maybe that’s not right — maybe the chicken wing challenge is a uniquely 21st century phenomenon, but it’s fun to imagine ancient Romans and Sumerians getting as hyped up as some of the ruthless wing-stuffing challengers we see today. In any case though, it’s no secret that […]

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The Wine Women Want — and Why

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2015

Generalizing about women, by a woman, is a notoriously dangerous undertaking. As individuals, women are sensitive to being lumped together as a single demographic, and we should be. History is rife with false and over-generalizations that have made everything from getting the vote to getting woman-centered health care downright difficult, and discussions about wine are no exception. For the most part, women drink according to preferences of taste, and we have more than proven ourselves capable of mastering the art […]

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The Facts of Dhabiha (Halal killing)

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2015

There are people who argue that dhabiha is inhumane suggesting that there is something much different happening in abattoirs up and down the country. It is an argument that is subjective. There are opponents of the halal method of killing animals because of the perception that it is cruel not to stun the animal initially to reduce suffering. It is an argument, but no one looks too closely at killing or if they do they become vegetarian. The basics Opponents […]

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Thanksgiving Tips – the Perfect Turkey Roaster & More

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2015

There is perhaps no more demanding meal than Thanksgiving dinner, especially when you are charged with producing the meal for family and friends. The sheer logistics alone are akin to a military operation and the seemingly simple act of getting all of the food prepared and ready to serve at the same time is no small accomplishment. Fortunately a good turkey roaster can be an ally in your fight to bring order to what could be chaotic meal and BedBathandBeyond.com […]

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Chicken – the most versatile meat in the world

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2015

There are perhaps more recipes concerning chicken than any other meat; it can be roasted, poached, grilled and stir fried. It’s own subtle flavour is complimented by the presence of others in ways other meat would not be. For example, mint goes very well with lamb and chicken but not with pork or beef. Similarly, peanut satay from oriental countries is suited to either pork or chicken, but perhaps not beef or lamb. Nothing is out of bounds for chicken. […]

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The Best BBQ Bars in Glasgow

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2015

Glasgow prides itself for having some of the most happening clubs that serve delicious food and beautiful cocktails. Some of these Glasgow clubs serve the best seafood, gin, beers and cocktails all week long. Foodies in the lookout for luscious char grilled delicacies must hit all the hotspots featured in Glasgow’s list of exclusive BBQ bars to gorge on mouth watering barbecued platters. From grilled to pan fried to poached, the menu lists in these clubs can never go uncared […]

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