The History of Milk Production

In an ever-evolving society that is driven and influenced by technological advances, it’s hard to imagine a world where processes such as milk production were not stimulated or carried out by high performance technology and machinery. Milking used to be a process that required the use of the human hand firmly gripped on the animal’s udder, and although this is more »


Four of the most popular South African foods that you simply must try

South Africa is a country stepped in natural history and it is considered one of the most popular tourist destinations on the planet, as well as one of the most affluent countries in all of Africa. It is perhaps best known for its mining traditions and activities, but on top of that it boasts some fantastic natural scenery and some more »

Tonight’s Dinner is Just a Click A Way

In today’s electronic and immediate environment, we have got used to not having to wait for anything. Not only that, but if we can’t do it over the internet, then a task seems clunky and difficult. Who would believe, though, that having dinner delivered to your door is just a few simple steps away?   Ordering fast food through the more »


3 Ways to Make the Most Delectable French Vanilla Iced Cappuccino

The best way to beat the heat next summer is to curl up with a cup of icy cold cappuccino. It refreshes, revitalizes, invigorates and is downright delicious! Cold coffee is for all coffee lovers out there and thanks to instant coffee flavor pods from Dolce Gusto, you can have your favorite blend of coffee house quality flavor right at more »

Roasted Butternut Squash

Roasted Butternut Squash

Roasted Butternut Squash This Roasted Butternut Squash recipe is amazing!  I made a double recipe of this planning on having leftovers and there was nothing left on the platter at the end of the night.  It was sweet and savory and how can you go wrong with browned butter, pancetta and blue cheese.  Even if you don’t think that you more »

Roasted Mushroom and White Bean Soup

Roasted Mushroom and White Bean Soup

One thing I love about this Roasted Mushroom and White Bean Soup is that it is think and creamy and there is no cream in it!  All done with broth and pureed beans.  Lovely!  I choose to use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth.  I also used a mixture of cannellini beans and garbanzo beans only because that’s what I had more »


5 Great Recipes/Meals to Cook with Kids

It’s better to eat meals you have prepared than those delivered by fast food chains. And it’s best if you have prepared them together with your kids. Even if your children have no plans of becoming a chef in the future, teaching them how to cook at an early age is advantageous since cooking will be one of their basic more »


Why painted flooring is perfect for kitchens and bakeries

While the majority of households these days are embracing the natural beauty of stained wooden floors it is not the best flooring solution for all rooms, or for certain industries. In the home think of your kitchen and the traffic that passes through there, now think of this on a commercial scale and how hammered a floor will get in more »


White Clam and Pancetta Pizza

White pizza got it’s name becasue there is no tomato sauce.  This white pizza is topped with clams, pancetta, mozzarella cheese and fresh herbs.  I love this version because of the salty pancetta which compliments the claims perfectly. Ingredients: 1/4 cup olive oil 4 garlic cloves, thinly sliced 3 Tbs. semolina flour 1/2 tsp. salt 1/4 tsp. freshly ground pepper 1 more »


Why the Kitchen is a Haven for Issue and Injury

The kitchen is a pretty dangerous place – even though a lot of us wouldn’t think of it as such. It’s understandable why a lot of us overlooked the dangers posed by the kitchen – we experience and use them from a very early age. They’re places we feel comfortable and places that we are literally at home with. However, more »

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Pumpkin Butter

This pumpkin butter will remind you of everything fall, but with a kick.  It’s perfect to spread on crackers, crostini and breads alike.  Simple to make and jar to save for all your fall gatherings or to give as gifts.  Just tie a pretty ribbon around the neck, add a gift tag and you are all set. Ingredients: 1 15 more »


The Best Wine Regions in Europe

Wine producers the world over now compete for the title of the maker of ‘Best Wine’ at hotly-fought competitions. There’s stunning reds, crystal clear whites and fruit on the nose rose bottles bursting with flavor waiting to tempt our taste buds. Europe has a wide range of wine growing areas to choose from and each has its own characteristics and more »

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