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The Healthiest Foods You Can Eat At A Chinese Restaurant

Posted by on Mar 13, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Going out to eat or ordering in is dangerous territory when you are trying to stick to a healthy diet. It is even worse if you are trying to lose weight. Although Chinese food in some ways is one of the healthiest ethnic foods you can consume, there are still some drawbacks. If you want to eat at a Chinese restaurant, or if you just want to order Chinese in for the night, there are some very healthy menu options. Eat Steamed, Not Fried As delicious as all of that fried food is, the high fat content goes right to your abdomen and hips....

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3 Types Of Seafood Your Kids Should Try Before They’re 10

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Kids come into this world with bright eyes and open minds, but sometime around their 10th birthday they can start to lose some of that open-mindedness. Around that age, many kids start to worry about what their friends think more than what their parents think. That’s why it’s important to give your kids a love of different types of foods as soon as you can, so they can enjoy the bounties of different cultures as adults. Here are 3 types of seafood they should try before they hit double digits: Raw Oysters These delicious gems...

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Help! What Do You Do With A Big Jar Of Pickled Vegetables?

Posted by on Jan 28, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Have you ever bought a big jar of Italian preserved vegetables, only to get it home and wonder what in the world you are going to do with it? These pickled vegetables are great in many different dishes, and can be used to spice things up. Here are a few ideas. Salad-Italian preserved vegetables are great tossed into salad. They add a spicy, tangy kick that pairs perfectly with fresh Parmesan cheese and homemade Italian dressing. Condiments-Speaking of salad, these veggies can be chopped fine and added to your favorite salad dressing recipe to...

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Keeping Cool Under Pressure: 3 Ways To Manage Perishables During Power Outages

Posted by on Jan 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

A power outage strikes terror in any restaurant owner. With their refrigerators full of expensive meats, veggies and seafood, restaurateurs stand to lose big bucks when these appliances are shut down due to electrical infrastructure issues, storms and other service interruptions. How can your business protect those high dollar ingredients during an outage? Take the following steps to rescue your perishable inventory: 1) Have an action plan and train employees how to implement it. While it may add a bit to labor costs initially, designing an...

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3 Things To Consider When Buying Your First Flask

Posted by on Dec 28, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Are you looking to buy a flask? Is it for yourself or perhaps a gift for a friend or loved one? Liquor flasks can be a great way to bring your favorite liquor to your next party or cookout. The great thing about a flask is that you always have your favorite liquor on hand and you’re never dependent on the types of drinks that the party’s host may have chosen to serve. In buying your first flask, you may think that size and price are the only two considerations. While those are generally the most important things to look for,...

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Out-Of-The-Box Pizza Party Ideas For Kids

Posted by on Dec 15, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Most kids love pizza and parties, so why not combine the two for the ultimate birthday bash? Rather than taking your child and his or her friends to the local pizzeria, host a pizza-themed party in your own home. Not only will the kids be more comfortable, you’ll be able to be more creative with everything from the party decor to the favors. Whether you’re having an overnight or daytime party, the pizza is sure to please. Here are some out-the-box pizza party ideas: 1. Throw an Italian-themed party from beginning to end. Before...

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Microbreweries: How To Find And Taste Craft Beers

Posted by on Dec 4, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Crafting micro-brew beer has become wildly popular in the United States. Consumers can find a microbrewery in most major cities. Some of these microbreweries are located inside gastro-pubs and restaurants while others are stand-alone establishments with bars for beer connoisseurs. If you are interested in trying every possible craft beer that exists, here is how you can discover these microbreweries when you travel. Visit a Local Grocery Store or Alcoholic Beverage Mart Some microbreweries produce enough of their craft beer to sell in the...

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How To Make Your Sports Bar A Huge Success

Posted by on Nov 17, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are a sports bar owner, there are several ways that you can make your bar the best in the area. A great mix of entertainment, ambiance, food, drink specials and fun employees will have your establishment surpass all others in the area. Here are some ideas that you can use at your sports bar to make your business successful. Entertainment Even if you had terrible service and horrible drink specials, entertainment would bring people into your establishment. This is by far the best way to make money. You will need to take a look at the...

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6 Steps To A Truly Personal Wedding

Posted by on Nov 14, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

There is no doubt that you want your wedding to be completely tailored to the two of you as a couple. While many American weddings tend to follow the same traditions and routines, there is actually quite a bit of diversity available. Try a few of these ideas to truly customize your nuptials. Serve Signature Drinks Why not create a delicious drink together to commemorate the joining of two families? It can be a delicious cocktail that fits in well with the season, but perhaps you also want to spend more time planning ahead. Some wineries allow...

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