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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 »


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 »


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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Share Your Recipes

Share your recipes with Good Food Good Friends!! I hope you are enjoying the recipes at Good Food Good Friends. I love cooking and sharing my recipes.  In fact I spend a great deal of time combing through cookbooks, magazines and the Internet looking for great recipes and ideas. One of the great things about Good Food Good Friends is the more »

Jalapeno Grilled Cheese

Some times you want to just go to the fridge and pull out something amazing to eat that you can pull together in an instant.  Maybe your sitting on the couch watching a movie and want something fun to snack on or you’ve just come home from a long day and you are famished.  Either way, you can pull this Jalapeno more »

Lowcountry Shrimp Pilaf

I love it when a recipe calls for white wine or any wine for that matter.  Sometimes I even manage to put it in the recipe!  But in all seriousness, this Lowcountry Shrimp Pilaf recipe is perfect served with a green salad and crusty French bread or toasty warm cornbread for a delicious meal inspired by the cuisine of South more »

Goat Cheese and Pancetta Crostini

I like to keep a pantry and refrigerator stocked with items that I can throw together for an impromptu get together.  This Goat Cheese and Pancetta Crostini is super easy and quick to make.  Most of these items you can keep on hand in your pantry or in your refrigerator.  And most of it is just assembling your ingredients.  You more »

Beef Tenderloin in Mushroom Port Sauce

Easy enough to make for a family Sunday dinner, yet elegant enough to serve to the most prestigious guests. The mushrooms and port wine make an incredibly rich and flavorful sauce for the tenderloin roast. Ingredients: 1 Tablespoon olive oil 2 large cloves garlic, minced 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon coarsely ground black pepper 3 pounds well-trimmed beef tenderloin roast, more »

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