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Fun Facts about Beer

Read More Beer. Everyone knows what it is, but few people will tell you an interesting story about it (one that doesn't include its use and consequences thereafter). Luckily for you, the average drinker, this article will tell you more about the beverage commonly referred to as ''the nectar of the gods''. Cheers! Origin According to ancient ruins and manuscripts, archeologists concluded that Babylonians were the first nation to brew beer, 7000 years B.C. They had 16 types of beer and used barley sugar and wheat. The tradition was continued in ancient Egypt, Persia, Greece, and other countries. Egyptians started around the year 2000 B.C, followed by Greeks, then Romans, Germanic nations and other European countries. At that time, beer was made from sugar, but without hops, so the final... Read more Read More

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The worlds most famous cakes

article Read More  In most weddings,  wedding cakes in Perth have always been used as a symbol of the bride and the groom first meal shared together with people. These cakes have become like a tradition that is mostly used world wide and this is because cakes are considered to be sweet and can be baked in different styles, shapes and flavor to suit ones taste. These cakes can be made from vanilla, chocolate, cheese etc and can be baked from different colors for example white, green, yellow, red, brown etc. Cakes can be baked with professionals especially for events to symbolic a specific purpose e.g. during a Companies universally they may bake a cake to be shared by the employees or at home for celebrating a birthday of a person and sometime it is just baked at home as part of a meal. ... Read more Read More

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Coffee - Experience the aromatic flavor

article Read More Introduction: Coffee has invaribly been one of the most popular beverages in the world since time immemorial. Coffee is a brewed drink processed and prepared from the roasted seeds of the coffee plant. The coffee seeds are commonly referred to as roasted beans. Nothing can surpass a freshly brewed early morning coffee that creates an energising effect. The stimulating effect of coffee is due to the presence of caffeine content.There are many different ways to relish a cup of coffee and the manner,strength and the aroma depends exclusively on the individual's taste and preferences. On account of its immense popularity there are different types of coffee available. The exotic flavors out there as per their orign are as follows. 1.Colombian coffee: Colombian coffee general... Read more Read More

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The 10 Foods Every Man Must Grill Before He Dies

article Read More Honor our ancient ancestors: Tame the flame and grill up these 10 ultimate summertime meals. 1. Lobster Yes, you have to use a knife to split the live lobster down the middle of its carapace before you cook it—and it’s completely worth it. No, you won’t ever find yourself satisfying a lobster jones at Red Lobster again. 2. Caveman T-bones Strip off your grill’s grates and cook this flavorful cut of meat directly on naked hardwood charcoal. The crust crisps, the smoke permeates the flesh, and the T-bone retains a reservoir of juiciness. Yet another reason to own a charcoal grill. 3. Chicken wings Sports bars have it all wrong. A great chicken wing isn’t about the sauce—it’s about the chicken. Off the grill, wings are more tender and more flavorful... Read more Read More

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Nicoise salad with smoked salmon

article Read More Ingredients: Smoked Salomon - 200 grams Black Olives - 200 grams Preferably fresh green beans - 150 grams Red onion - 1 piece Fresh or frozen broad beans - 150 grams French vinaigrette salad dressing Small potatoes - 300 grams Eggs - 4 pieces Tomatoes - 4 pieces French mustard - 50 grams White chicory - 2 pieces Salt Cook the potatoes in the skin, in salted boiling water, until tender. Leave to cool. Clean fresh green beans, cook in salted water, cool in cold water and set aside. Do the same with the broad beans and peel them. Cook hard-boiled eggs. Quarter previously peeled tomato. Prepare salad dressing according to your favourite recipe. Add french mustard and stir again. ... Read more Read More

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Smoky Chipotle Parmesan French Fries

article Read More One of my absolute favorite flavors in the world (right up there with Nutella and mangoes) is Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce.  Spicy, smoky, and oh-so-yummy! This french fry recipe is so flavorful that you really don’t need to dip them in anything.  But if you can’t imagine eating fries without a sauce, they’re fabulous with something cool and refreshing, like Raita.  Raita is an Indian yogurt sauce, usually made with cucumber.  My friend Amee of Rabbit Food Rocks makes a Pomegranate-Squash Raita that is so interesting and delicious — it would be lovely with the heat of the fries. So let’s do it — another gathering of friends and family this weekend!  These fries will be so good with the burger we’ll be making on Wednesday, ... Read more Read More

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Cannabis Butter Recipe

article Read More How to make weed butter is the first thing to learn if you’re keen to start cooking with pot. Depending what circles you float in cannabis butter can also be known as CannaButter, weed butter, pot butter, bud butter etc. Although there are a host of names, the recipe and the way we cook it is the same. Below you’ll find the most comprehensive recipe for weed butter anywhere. Once you’ve cooked pot butter you’ll be cooking your favourite marijuana recipe in no time. Cooking/Storage Equipment Required: - A grinder - A stove to heat the marijuana butter. - A medium sized heavy duty sauce pan/pot with lid. - A measuring cup. - A whisk or a large fork to mix the material with the water/butter solution in the pot. - Cheese cloth (a loosewoven gauze-like cotton cloth use... Read more Read More

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Marinated Pork Tenderloin

article Read More "For this easy-to-follow recipe, pork tenderloin marinates in sherry, cinnamon, brown sugar and soy sauce, for sweet, moist and tender results." Ingredients: 60 ml soy sauce 55 g packed brown sugar 30 ml sherry 2 g dried minced onion 2 g ground cinnamon 30 ml olive oil 1 g garlic powder 2 (3/4 pound) pork tenderloins Directions: Place soy sauce, brown sugar, sherry, dried onion, cinnamon, olive oil, and a touch of garlic powder in a large resealable plastic bag. Seal, and shake to mix. Place pork in bag with marinade, seal, and refrigerate for 6 to 12 hours. Preheat grill for high heat. Lightly oil grate. Place tenderloins on grill, and discard marinade. Cook 20 minutes, or to desired doneness. Slice into medallions, and serve. ... Read more Read More

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