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Why Do Those Lil Office Creamers Need No refrigeration?

September 15, 2011

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Whats up with those lil office creamers… why do they need no refrigeration? Its because they are aseptically processed and this means the sterile real cream is packaged in a sterile container at an ultra high temperature for a short time. Contrary to conventional methods this process retains more of the foods nutrients, has a […]

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Basil Harvest

August 13, 2010

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This tip is very easy and learned from my friends Vince & Rose from Italy. Just before the frost clip all your excess basil [or other garden herb], wash and chop. Place the chopped basil into the ice cube trays filling to the top; then add olive oil. Freeze and pop cubes into a freezer […]

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A Consistantly Clean Kitchen

May 22, 2010

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Standard Operating Procedures At home like at any respectable foodservice operation or manufacture we can adopt standard operating procedures. Wash your hands with soapy water or use an alcohol based hand cleanser after using the rest room. Wash your hands before and after handling raw meats. Store raw meat products on the lowest rack in the refrigerator keeping […]

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Put the Lime in the Coconut

May 18, 2009

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Coconut Water! Coconuts are fruits of the coconut palm tree, native to the South Pacific, Southern Asia and now prolific in South America, Hawaii and Florida. Coconut water is found in the center of a fresh coconut, it is thin and almost clear with a slight almond flavor. For centuries, these tropical areas and their […]

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Choices… Table, Sea or Kosher

April 7, 2009

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Choices… Table Salt, Sea Salt or Kosher salt? The nutritional value of sea, table and kosher salts are all the same … the difference lies in their taste and texture. The harvest of sea salt is through the evaporation of seawater, table salt is mined from rock salt and kosher salt is made by compacting […]

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Slow Food

March 18, 2009

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Slow Food is a movement that started 20 years ago as an alternative to the fast food culture of today. There are many sites to browse on the net: slowfood.com, slowfood.org, slowfoodnation.org, slowfoodfoundation.org just to name a few. Slow food means preparing your food by traditional methods emphasizing quality ingredients and presentation.   Stop… you say […]

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