Is Instant Coffee Bad for You?

Coffee is one of the most popular drink in the world and has plenty of health benefits where consumption have been linked to a longer life. For example, it can protect you from developing type 2 diabetes and heart disease. It also is pack full of nutrients such as magnesium, pantothenic acid, potassium, and riboflavin. However, do these and other benefits apply to instant coffee?

The Knife & Kitchen Tool Guide

Have you ever pulled a knife out of a knife block and wondered, “What is this used for? And why is it different than the 10 other knives in this block?” Or gotten a kitchen utensil set, pulled out some contraption, and wondered what purpose it serves beyond taking up drawer space? If you’ve ever faced this kitchen confusion, the following knife & kitchen tool guide is for you.

4 Ways to Deliver a Better Restaurant Experience

The same technological revolutions that have decreased processor size and allowed Internet connectivity to become wireless have given rise to innovations for both consumers and businesses. It’s naturally that these groundbreaking functionalities would merge in new tools for the restaurant industry. Digitally enhanced dining is more than just the latest trend—it’s a development that’s already crafting a positive dining experience at many restaurant chains and some independently owned dining establishments.

Losing Weight by Drinking Coffee

The primary reason you can lose weight by drinking coffee is because caffeine increases your metabolism. With a higher metabolism, you will burn more fat throughout the day. This increase could be as much as 11% as demonstrated in scientific studies. Furthermore, the chlorogenic acid in coffee reduces the amount of carbohydrates you absorb from your food.

20 Types of Kitchen Knives And Their Uses

The modern day kitchen is a hodge-podge of cooking utensils and ingredients from around the world. Gone are the days of one type of cuisine and today we enjoy a worldly platter that would make our ancestors drool with jealousy. These are the most commonly found kitchen knives. In the following infographic, A Sharp Slice takes a look at 20 types of kitchen knives and their uses.