Food

Camping Meals: Great Ideas for Outdoor Cooking

One of the best things about camping is eating. You can get away from everything and enjoy a meal with friends or family, but sometimes it’s hard to know what to make. We’ve got you covered! Here are meals that will give you plenty of ideas for outdoor cooking-and they’re all easy enough to prepare

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Healthy Food and Snacks for Seniors

Seniors often have difficulty eating a healthy diet because of a diminished appetite. It can be hard for them to get the daily nutrients they need without getting bored with their food choices. In this blog post, we will discuss some healthy food and snacks that are easy to eat! Healthy food and snacks for

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How Long Does Coffee Stay in Your Body?

What’s the coffee situation like at your office? Is there a coffee machine with coffee that is constantly being brewed from fresh beans, or do you have to make coffee in an instant pot every morning? We all know that coffee has some pretty great benefits for the brain and body. In this blog post

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How To Choose The Right Office Coffee Machines

Coffee is a staple in many office environments. How can you make sure that your employees are getting the best coffee possible? One of the first things to consider when purchasing an office coffee machine is how often it will be used. For example, if you know that your employees drink more than four cups

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What is Beef Chuck?

Beef chuck is the cut of beef that comes from the neck and shoulder area. It can be tough, so it needs to be cooked for a long time in order to make it tender. The traditional cut of beef chuck is what you would find when ordering a roast beef dinner at an upscale

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You can thaw and refreeze meat: five food safety myths busted

So it turns out you can thaw out meat and refreeze it. Who knew? Osseous/Flickr, CC BY-SA Cathy Moir, CSIRO This time of year, most fridges are stocked up with food and drinks to share with family and friends. Let’s not make ourselves and our guests sick by getting things wrong when preparing and serving

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Speaking with: food critic Ruth Reichl

‘Cooking is what makes us human’. Flickr Isabelle de Solier, Victoria University Ruth Reichl MWF Ruth Reichl, the former restaurant critic of The New York Times and author of best-selling gourmet memoirs Tender at the Bone and Comfort Me with Apples, is known for describing, in vivid detail, how food can define us. While in

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Organic, grass fed and hormone-free: does this make red meat any healthier?

Organic meat is grown without pesticides but there is little nutritional difference. Jez Timms Leah Dowling, Swinburne University of Technology and Louise Dunn, Swinburne University of Technology Red meat is an excellent source of protein and essential nutrients such as iron, zinc, vitamin B12 and omega-3 fats, which are are linked to heart and brain

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Should we eat red meat? The nutrition and the ethics

There are lots of things to consider when pondering whether we should eat red meat. Guilio Nepi/Japanexperterna.se/Flickr, CC BY-SA Rebecca Charlotte Reynolds, UNSW Many types of red meat and red meat products are available, from farmers’ markets, to supermarkets, to restaurants. The impacts of their production and consumption on human health, animal welfare and the

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What is a Beef Tenderloin

Meat tenderloin it’s unquestionably the most costly and is generally viewed as the most delicate cut of beef.  It’s a part of the always famous T-bone or porterhouse steak, and the upscale filet mignon comes from it also. These delicate steaks do well with a brisk burner singe prior to getting completed in the stove

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