Eggs: The Creative Ingredient

  • Pizza: Good for the Body and Soul

    9 December 2015

    If you love pizza, you've probably been made to feel guilty about your attachment to what many call junk food. You may have friends who look at you disapprovingly when you take a healthy bite of your cheesy slice. Well, you can stop worrying what others think about your pizza consumption. Your "gut feelings" about pizza were right all along. Pizza is good for your body and soul. Comfort Food

  • How To Make Stuffed Mushrooms For Your Next Party

    15 September 2015

    When you're planning a big party or a formal event, you're going to need to think about appetizers. There are many different appetizers frequently passed at gatherings, but the more bite-sized you can make them, the easier they'll be for everyone. One great bite-sized appetizer that's sure to please most everyone on your guest list is stuffed mushrooms. If you've avoided making them out of concerns that they're complicated, you're in luck.

  • 3 Equipment Purchasing Tips For Your New Restaurant

    5 August 2015

    Are you opening a new restaurant? If so, this is probably an exciting time. You're likely busy with things like planning the menu, getting the decor right, and marketing your new business. However, one thing you shouldn't ignore is the equipment in the kitchen. Many first-time restaurant owners make the mistake of going with the least expensive equipment available. That decision can actually end up costing a lot more money in the long run.

  • Tips For A Memorable Pizza Night

    19 June 2015

    Pizza delivery is one of the most common go-to solutions for dinner, particularly on busy nights. Many people believe that homemade pizza is a complex, difficult dish to produce and are surprised to see how easy it can be to produce a great pizza at home. Here are some tips to help you create pizzas that your whole family will love, all without the takeout menu. Building the Best Foundation

  • 3 Characteristics To Take Into Consideration Before Choosing A Buffet

    1 June 2015

    When you're looking for a place to host a party or another large gathering, there are an array of venues that you have to consider. One popular venue for graduation parties or corporate meetings is a buffet restaurant. Buffet restaurants are great because they offer such a wide variety of foods and serve such a wide clientele. They are also helpful because you won't have to worry about making sure that there will be enough room for everyone.

  • Easy Entertaining: 5 Ways To Avoid The Last-Minute Rush

    30 April 2015

    Entertaining can be a tremendous amount of work. It is easy to get caught up in planning and preparing for your company to come, and to forget to stop and enjoy your guests. Here are some easy things you can do to eliminate last-minute rushing and make your dinner or cocktail party more enjoyable. Ask a friend to come early: Having one of your guests come early as a designated helper is the best way to be sure you won't be rushing at the last minute.

  • Make A Healthy Rosemary Leek Potato Pizza

    1 April 2015

    Who says pizza cannot be healthy? This leek potato pizza is not only tasty; it is also pretty healthy as well. If you want to eat your vegetables and your pizza too, you can accomplish both with this pizza. Shopping List 2 potatoes 2 leeks garlic fresh rosemary mozzarella pizza dough extra virgin olive oil The Crust Save yourself time by purchasing a pre-made pizza crust. You don't have to roll it out or anything; you can just throw the toppings on top and pop it into the oven.

  • How To Store And Reheat Your Chinese Food Leftovers

    9 March 2015

    If there's one thing that you know you're going to get with Chinese food takeout, it's generous portions. All too often, Chinese leftovers sit in the fridge until they're thrown out because they just don't taste as good the second time around. But that's probably because you're reheating them wrong. It's not as simple as throwing your food in the microwave. If you heat it up with just the microwave, you'll probably end up with hard, dry food.

  • How To Eat Thai Food If You'Re A Vegetarian

    13 February 2015

    If you're a vegetarian, then you know how difficult it can be to find a place to eat. Some places are obviously not vegetarian friendly, such as steak houses, but some are more difficult to figure out. There other restaurants which might look like they offer vegetarian food, but whose meals actually include meat or fish. It's All In The Sauce As a rule, most Thai restaurants will be o.k. for anyone who eats fish (pescatarians).

  • Make Your Own Fusion Cuisine At Home

    4 February 2015

    When you are looking at ways to switch up your meal, one of the best things you can do is take an existing recipe and switch it up so that you have a new meal experience. Chefs have been doing this for years with fusion cuisine, where they take two disparate culinary traditions and put them together. You can also do this at home by combining the best of two traditions into something that is new and unique.