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The Olive – History and Production

  The Olive tree dates back to early ancient times in both biblical and classical writings. In these early writings, the olive oil is referenced as a symbol of both goodness and purity; and the tree represents peace and happiness. In ancient times, the oil was also burnt in sacred lamps at temples during the Olympic Games; and the victor was crowned with its leaves. Olives have been cultivated since prehistoric times in Asia Minor. Today, olives are commercially produced in Spain, Italy, France, Greece, Tunisia, Morocco, Turkey, Portugal, China, Chile, Peru, Brazil, Mexico, Angola, South Africa, Uruguay, Afghanistan, Australia,...

Aug 31, 2015

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Top 5 Things You Need in Your Kitchen

  If you are just starting to cook or are moving in on your own, chances are you don't have much in terms of cooking equipment. Here is a list of what we recommend you to get as you are starting out. As times goes by, you will, of course, get more kitchen gadgets. But here are five that we recommend starting out with: 1. Chopping board. This is something very basic as you can't chop anything without having a chopping board. It is very versatile, as you can chop pretty much anything on it - onions, potatoes, tomatoes, meat,...

Aug 31, 2015

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White Barbecue Sauce - Sweet, Sour, Tickling, and Tangy

  BBQ sauce is generally a basic mixture of tomatoes, sugar, and vinegar. The tomatoes used can be in various forms such as tomato sauce, paste, puree, and even ketchup. Sugar adds sweetness to the barbecue sauce and can either be corn syrup, honey, or molasses. The addition of vinegar, on the other hand, lends a sour flavor to the BBQ sauce and can be in the form of beer, white, or flavored vinegar, wine, or citrus juices. In general, BBQ sauces can be used throughout the barbecue process from preparation to cooking. Bechamel sauce or White Barbecue Sauce has...

Aug 31, 2015

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Why Cheesecakes Make the Perfect Gift

  Cheesecake makes a perfect gift. There are guidelines that should be followed when choosing the perfect gift. For one thing, the gift should be chosen specifically for a certain individual whose tastes are known to you. If you are not well acquainted with the recipient, you must give a general-type of gift that will not offend the receiver. Another guideline for choosing the perfect gift is that the gift must fit; and most importantly, if the recipient doesn't like the gift, it must be passable on to someone else. Do you know anyone who doesn't like cheesecake and wouldn't...

Aug 31, 2015

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Wrap Your “Claws” Around This Tips On How To Eat A Lobster

  Here are some succulent su\ggestions from the experts at Red Lobster on the easy ways to crack and eat this delectable dish. Step 1: Where to begin? The claws, with meat that is tender and flavorful, are generally the best places to start. After removing the two front claws, use a nutcracker to crack them open and a lobster fork to remove the meat. Step 2: The tail meat is considered the sweetest part of the lobster. Turn the lobster on its back, holding the body with one hand, and the tail with the other. Gently twist the tail...

Aug 29, 2015

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