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A written record of the food events and my adventurous food journey. You are most welcome to be a part of it. A candid confession: The restaurant reviews are based on vegetarian and eggitarian food. Please reach out to me via Twitter or use the "Contact Me" option in case you would like to say something. Due to excessive spam, I have disabled the Comments feature. Overall rating: 3.5/5 “What on...
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And here’s another tidbit, it doesn’t take super mom or super dad to do this. There are so many ways to whip up a healthy meal in a jiffy. I am a stay at home mom and also going back in school myself, so my schedule is super crazy and I still manage to get it done. Another fun thing we do every night at the table is a game called “Roses and Thorns” it’s a great conversation starter and a...
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- An elegant and light way to end a meal. Also benefits from being wheat-/gluten-free. In a electric mixing bowl whip up 5 egg whites till soft and fluffy. With the beater still on, slowly add 140g sugar mixed with 1tsp cornstarch. Continue beating till stiff and glossy. You’ll know when it’s...
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K&K Gift World Fzc is a premium enterprise that provides exclusive luxury business gifts-luxury brands and promotional give- away, customized gifts to the corporate world and also we are into brand management ,sales and marketing ,luxury and fashion, wholesale and distribution, logistics...
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Linda Capeloto Sendowski is a recipe developer-writer, sharing Sephardic recipes, photos, other recipes, menus, restaurant reviews, travel diaries . My name is Linda Capeloto Sendowski, an ethnic mouthful to be sure, and a name that I am proud of because it embraces the concept of Jews from all...
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Original recipes and home cooking tutorials by Angela Davis. Welcome! I'm Angela. Comfort food is my passion and my life revolves around the kitchen! I'm a self-taught home cook, food blogger, recipe developer, food photographer and mom of two residing in Virginia. The Kitchenista Diaries has been my home since 2012, where I've shared my personal journey from accountant to culinary...
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In the 1700's kettle corn was introduced in the United States. It is referenced in the diaries of the Dutch settlers in Pennsylvania in 1776. It was a special treat often consumed at fairs or other festive occasions. Kettle Corn is a sweet and salty variety of popcorn that is typically mixed and seasoned with a light coating of sugar, oil, and salt. *We do not use any artificial ingredients or...
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