July 11th, 2013
If you haven’t seen your family in a while, you might be missing all that home cooked goodness. Particularly, the home baked goods. In honor of those home recipes, we found one for warm, gooey brownies from Paula Deen’s website. Thanks to Paula, and the individual who submitted the steps (Stan Strickland), we’re equipped with a scrumptious recipe for Praline Brownies. To start with, set your oven at 325 degrees F. This recipe is based on a 9 inch wide/ 9 inch long pan. Â Butter this pan, and then, leave alone to get out the products you’ll use for the brownies. (more…)
May 17th, 2013
Finding The Perfect Meal In Your Town
Where To Look
The aim to finding the best meal in town is by doing some research. Every town has an alternative newspaper. An alternative paper is spin-off from the major newspaper in town. An alternative newspaper usually provides residents with a glimpse into the art events, music concerts, movies, lectures and happenings around town that week. These papers also have a section on where to (more…)
March 23rd, 2013
Eating together as a family is highly important because it can help individuals live a happier life. Families who eat dinner together have a stronger relationship, and the majority of people are willing to share more information about their lives over dinner. Children and teens can share important information with their parents during dinner time, which will help them trust their parents more.
Another benefit of eating as a family is that teens will have better family values, thus making them less prone (more…)
June 18th, 2012
Many people have favorite dishes at restaurants, but it can be expensive to go out to eat on a regular basis. Luckily, you can often recreate your favorite dishes in your own kitchen, allowing you to enjoy a restaurant-quality meal without having to pay too much for it. Another benefit for creating these meals at home is the opportunity to add extra ingredients that you think would spice up the dish, and you can even cut fat and calories quite easily in many of these (more…)
September 11th, 2011
When a new restaurant opens in town, everyone is eager to check it out. Most often, the popularity of a new restaurant is directly connected to people’s first impression of the food, atmosphere, and service. Word of mouth may actually be the restaurant’s best form of advertisement.
If you have the opportunity, ask friends, family, and co-workers what they enjoyed eating at the restaurant you plan to go to. Most people are willing to share both their positive and negative opinions. If you don’t know anyone who has been (more…)
August 28th, 2011
Exploring new foods at home, as a family, can be difficult. Families become stuck in tradition and let’s face it, children are picky. Getting children or adults, to try something new will take a bit of skill. Here are some tips to help your family discover new foods together:
1. Make meal time fun-By spicing up your atmosphere and taking things from bland to grand, you can make a good first impression with new foods. If you are introducing Mexican foods, bring a sombrero and teach the Mexican hat dance.Confused? Here ‘s a little help . (more…)
August 14th, 2011
Sometimes we find ourselves cooking and eating the same fare day after day, trying new things can make for new favorites that may become staples in our home.
Trying recipes and new foods can be good for the whole family. Life gets busy and we may just get through meals by preparing the same old things that are routine for our family. There are many ways to get inspiration for new recipes and looking at magazines and cooking shows can give some ideas. If you really want to take chances, taking a trip to the library can give inspiration. (more…)
May 6th, 2011
Thanks to the power of the internet, it’s now easier than ever to find and enjoy food. Whether your passion lies with restaurants, or you like cooking for yourself, the internet can make that experience a more enjoyable one. Satellite internet access from http://get.wildblue.com lets you surf the internet at speeds faster than dial-up, making it great for foodies in a hurry.
The internet has a way of connecting niche audiences and helping them experience their hobbies in new ways.
If your passion lies with cooking your own food, recipes can be found all over the internet to help you in the process. Many websites are updated every week to help you find new recipes and take your cooking to the next level.
Some sites will even show you the top ten recipes of the week. That way, you can know what other people are craving. It’s fascinating to see how recipes change week to week. In the summer months certain types of food are favored, and in the winter months warmer food like soup is favored.
Of course, fast satellite internet is also great for finding places to eat around your town. If you’ve ever experienced a restaurant that was less than delicious, you’ll appreciate just how important this tool can be. Instead of blindly guessing and occasionally having a miserable experience, find restaurant reviews online so you can know what you are getting into before you go. You can even make reservations online at some restaurants, so your seat will be ready once you get there.
December 10th, 2010
With Christmas just around the corner you may be on the hunt for a tummy-warming cranberry recipe that is as stunning to look at as it is delicious to eat. Following is one of our favorite comfort foods to enjoy as you huddle around a fire. (more…)
October 13th, 2010
If you haven’t seen your family in a while, you might be missing all that home cooked goodness. Particularly, the home baked goods. In honor of those home recipes, we found one for warm, gooey brownies from Paula Deen’s website. Thanks to Paula, and the individual who submitted the steps (Stan Strickland), we’re equipped with a scrumptious recipe for Praline Brownies.To start with, set your oven at 325 degrees F. This recipe is based on a 9 inch wide/ 9 inch long pan. Butter this pan, and then, leave alone to get out the products you’ll use for the brownies. (more…)