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Philadelphia has become a foodie hot spot in recent years. Check out this Philly Food Guide from EZmini.com to learn about some of the top restaurants to eat at when in Philly. It offers hand-picked suggestions on what to order, and what is special at each restaurant or food truck.
Often times we take water for granted. We see it every day. People choose to drink soft drinks rather than water, but when they need water they don’t really think twice about it. This infographic presented provides a deeper look into water around the world.
It’s hard to get into the “thanksgiving” mood when Thanksgiving dinner costs soar each year. But there is hope! Yummly presents some great tips for stretching your dollar this season, and creative ways to turn your leftovers into exciting new meals.
This convenient guide from Macys.com shows you how to deep fry mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, stuffing, green beans, apple pie and chocolate truffles. We’d advise that you pick a couple favorites without actually eating a whole meal of fried foods, lest you find yourself spending the holiday with your cardiologist.
Time to set the table for the annual Thanksgiving dinner. Will you be hosting the meal at your home this year? Make sure you know how to properly set the table as well as have a good understanding of essential table etiquette to ensure a smooth Thanksgiving meal.
Softened butter on freshly baked bread in one of life’s little luxuries.Butter is also a quick fix for flavorless vegetables, a delicious spread over grilled fish or meats, and add that perfect finishing touch to a rich savory sauce. But have you ever considered adding butter to your favorite drink?
Did you know that the U.S retail candy industry generates about $29 billion in sales a year and that the U.S. population consumes over 7 billion pounds of confectionery products each year?
So, how much sugar are Americans consuming? Too much! In fact, the over-abundance of sugar in the American diet is linked to everything from metabolic syndrome to cancer, and given our tragic dependence on it, it’s even begun to be banned in some locales. If you’re still not convinced that the country is, at least on average, consuming too much sugar, this infographic may help.
The following infographic from Everest includes bits of interesting info you need when cooking such as metric conversions, cooking times, freezer storage etc.It can be very helpful for those who spend a lot of time in the kitchen.
Sales of organic food and beverages in U.S. have grown from $1 billion to $26.7 billion during last 20 years, as people are more and more concerned about the quality of products they consume. The top 4 reasons why people purchase organic food are: supporting local farms, avoiding toxins, environmental health and taste. Organic produce and products are usually slightly more expensive, but switching to organic food doesn’t have to be detrimental to your household budget.
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