Food Cooking

Three Keys For Opening Your Chinese Restaurant

If you have ever dreamed of going into business for yourself, a restaurant is one of the toughest and most rewarding endeavors to get into. It'll take some knowledge, experience and all hands on deck to get the most out of a restaurant business. It pays to deal with food that you know and love so that you are a credible owner. If Chinese food is your passion and specialty, this article will teach you how to get started. Read More 

4 Tips For Saving Money On K Cups

The Keurig coffee maker changed the way that people drink coffee. By using K cups, it is possible to have the perfect cup of coffee each morning without having to make a full pot. While utilizing your Keurig and K cups is less expensive than visiting your local coffee shop each morning, if your budget is tight you may want to save money on your K cups. Use the following tips to purchase K cups at the best price possible: Read More 

Hosting A Luau: Four Ideas To Make Your Party Buffet A Success

Whether you want to throw a luau in your backyard to celebrate a birthday or to simply give your friends and family a reason to have fun, you'll need to do some planning to make the event's meal a success. Use this guide to create a fun and memorable event, and enlist the help of your caterer to ensure everyone has a delicious meal. Plan The Menu Making your luau authentic starts with choosing the right menu. Read More 

A Curry For All Seasons

A well-prepared curry is a culinary experience that everyone should have at least once in their lifetimes -- except those who try it wind up enjoying it so much they usually end up featuring it on their personal menus on a regular basis. Curries are never boring, and because they can be prepared using a variety of ingredient combinations and adapt well to variations in seasonings and spices, no two curries ever quite taste the same. Read More 

Three Holiday-Themed Truffles To Make In The Winter

Throughout the winter holiday season, it is always nice to have some treats on hand to offer guests and family members. Surely cookies and brownies are delicious, but they are also a bit cliche. If you become known as the family member who always has delicious, homemade truffles on hand, though, you'll have no shortage of happy guests. Here are three holiday-themed truffle recipes to try out this winter. Perfect Peppermint Truffles Read More