Showing posts with label Tips. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tips. Show all posts

Wednesday, 31 December 2014

How to Throw a Pizza Party



Pizza, an absolute favorite food among both young and elders! Be it Oven-baked, thin-crust, round or square, a pizza slice  can make anyone to satisfy their carvings as it is a common favorite throughout the United States and other countries around the world. Therefore Pizza is a great choice to serve guests in a party!

Interestingly, it is easier to arrange a pizza party within a short period of time. You can arrange it with homemade pizza dough and toppings. For a great pizza you need to have skills to prepare the dough, the sauce, the other ingredients for toppings and baking. I improved my skills after following this free course on perfect pizza.


How to Become a Wine Connoisseur



How to Become a Wine Connoisseur

Do you want to become a wine expert and be called a connoisseur? Becoming a wine connoisseur opens up several opportunities from employment, starting out or venturing into new business, occasional work contracts or wine tasting invitations, and there are also those who simply want to impress friends and other people. Below is a short guide which details how you can become a wine expert. But please do note that even if you can accomplish these tips in a few days or weeks, expertise in this field will still be determined by the extent of your experience.

Friday, 26 December 2014

8 Time saving Tips to make Paleo Soups more Interesting!




Are you using Paleo diet guidelines and following Paleo recipes but having trouble in maintaining the flavour of Paleo soups? Here are some quick and easy tips and tricks to add perfectness to your soups.

Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Ten Ways to Make Your Kitchen Allow You to Eat Healthy




With 2015 only days away, many of us have probably started making promises to ourselves, and one of those promises would certainly be eating healthier food. Success in this endeavour requires you to deliberately choose to eat more vegetables and fish than pork and beef, but this can be a challenge, especially with the availability of so many fast food chains in many neighbourhoods around the world. One way to overcome this hurdle is by setting up the kitchen for healthy eating. To do that, follow the steps below.

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

11 Cheap Ways to Upscale Your Restaurant Fast



If you are a restaurateur and you are tired of serving the riff raff that leave microscopic  tips and want to pay $1.99 for their lunch, maybe it's time to go upscale.
The word "upscale" might sound scary.  You might already have taken out your calculator to see how much it would cost to pay a top notch chef and sous chef, to redecorate the place to look like Tiffany's or to move to a high end neighborhood.
But it doesn't have to be that expensive to go upscale.  Here are 11 ways you can go upscale and raise your prices without spending an arm and two legs on improvements.

Sunday, 6 April 2014

Prepper Tip: How to Freeze Dry Food for Storage


 
How to Freeze Dry Food for Storage
Freeze drying foods is a great way to ensure that you have food that is safe to eat in your home in any situation or circumstance. The freeze drying process greatly differs from other preservative methods because it dramatically affects the texture of the food. However, after freeze drying is completed, while the food will feel different, it will not lose any of its nutritional content or flavor. It will also last for a very long period of time when sealed up and stored away from moisture of any kind. Freeze dried emergency foods last a great deal of time, are extremely lightweight and are perfect for survival kits, disaster preparation, bug out bags or just to take on a long hike or camping trip. They are even used by astronauts. If you’ve ever had a piece of astronaut ice cream while visiting a space museum, then you should have some idea of what a freeze dried food product is like. 

Saturday, 5 April 2014

How to Start Your Own Homemade Candy Business



With the economy in shambles and so many people out of work, it may not seem like a great time to be thinking of starting your own business. However, despite the conclusions that most people draw, in a period of economic tribulation a variety of special opportunities can be taken advantage of. For example, it seems counterintuitive, to say the least, that as people struggle with little money, prices continue to rise. In a time like this, an entrepreneur who can figure out how to bring a quality product to the market at a low price is likely to find immense success. When people are cutting back costs and finding the necessity to eliminate non-essentials from their budget, their desire for luxury items actually increases. To be able to give those same people the ability to bring those little enjoyments back into their lives is a ticket to wealth.

Thursday, 3 April 2014

Foods with 4 Major Nutrients that Protect the Skin





Did you know that what we eat affects the health of our body? Yes?! Ok well, did you know that there are certain foods that can have a direct effect on our skin? Well, its true, experts say that certain natural foods will do as much for your appearance as it will for your inner health. Certain vitamins and enzymes, such as, Beta Carotene/ Vitamin A, Antioxidants and Fatty Acids are necessities for our skin to function at its best. So why not help your body get these vital nutrients?

Since showing off your luminous skin this spring starts with putting the right food in your mouth, here are some foods that can help.

Friday, 28 March 2014

How Your Diet Affects Your Breath


How Your Diet Affects Your Breath

Foods do not have as much of an effect on breath odors as most people assume. Most of the odors that occur in the mouth are caused by bad bacteria on the tongue and around the teeth that produce sulfur compounds, which are a harbinger of halitosis. This does not mean that your diet has no effect on your breath. What you put into your body affects every aspect of its functions in some way, which is why it is important to eat healthy foods.

Thursday, 20 March 2014

Cheap Food on Holiday


Tips for Cheap Food on Holiday

Holiday is for letting it all hang out, treating yourself and family to things you don't get to enjoy every day.  Splurging on fancy meals and fun cocktails is part of the vacation landscape, so it should not be sacrificed lightly. Readies is a great source for a little extra spending money, but the fact of the matter is:  Food is expensive, representing one of the most significant costs on holiday.  When cash is flowing, go ahead and live the high life, but if times are tight don't be afraid to rein in holiday food and beverage spending - you can still have great holiday meals, without breaking the bank.

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Plan Ahead for Food Savings


Let's face it, busy modern lives don't always slow down, allowing us to plan ahead and plot our weekly course.  Too often we are left reacting to what comes are way, rather than proactively shaping our days.  Unfortunately, flying by the seat of our pants is an easy way to waste money, especially on things like food.
The amount of money you spend feeding your family might surprise you when viewed as a weekly or monthly expense.  In fact, when it is all tallied, food costs are among the most prominent expenses in most family budgets.  As a result, effectively managing your family food spending is among the quickest ways to shave savings off your recurring expenses.
Shoppers each have their own approach putting food on the table, ranging from pantry stockers who look to lay in some essential provisions, to daily shoppers who don't mind frequent trips to market.  Whichever strategy you use, there is room for money saving adjustments to most family food management methods.

Wednesday, 9 October 2013

How to avoid fish from sticking onto the pan when pan frying




How to avoid fish from sticking onto the pan when pan frying

It is a common experience that the fish is sticking to the pan while pan frying.I had this issue earlier and did not able to have a nice surface when pan frying a fish.

Finally I found how to pan fry a fish without sticking onto the pan.

Thursday, 1 August 2013

How to fold a grocery bag and store them neatly




How to fold a grocery bag and store them neatly
fold a grocery bag neatly

This is not a recipe post. But I believe an organized pantry/kitchen is one of the secrets for a delicious dish. I usually reuse plastic grocery bags. Most of the time I use those as garbage bags or liners for the dustbins.  But how to store them nicely in less space? Until recent, I folded them into four and stored in another larger size bag. That plastic bag was always bulky and took much space inside my kitchen cabinet which I didn’t like.

Tuesday, 16 July 2013

How to make Ginger Garlic Paste at home



Homemade Ginger Garlic Paste
Homemade Ginger Garlic Paste
Ginger garlic paste is an essential for cooking; most of the recipes including Sri Lankan recipes require ginger garlic paste, specially recipes like chicken curry. Until recent, I used to grind this when it is needed for a recipe. But it takes time to grind it frequently for each recipe and thought of preparing it in a large amount. However I still prepare it in a small quantity which is enough for 1-2 weeks.

Thursday, 27 June 2013

How to Clean a Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink




How to Clean a Stainless Steel Sink

Make it a habit to clean the kitchen sink every day. The kitchen sink should be one of the cleanest places at our home. By just rinsing out it doesn’t make it clean and free from germs and bacteria. Here I gathered few tips for cleaning a Stainless Steel Sink.

Friday, 14 June 2013

How do you Store Onion & Garlic in the pantry?


Food recipes from Sri Lanka


How to store Onion & Garlic in the pantry?This was a question for me for a long time and finally I found a solution.Earlier I used a small rack on the pantry top & stored onion & garlic there.My idea was that onion & garlic need to be stored in open air. But the look of it was always annoying me.It didn't look neat at all.The skins of garlic were falling on the pantry surface always.
After searching & experimenting,finally here is my way of storing them.It is so easy.

Friday, 31 August 2012

Fish & Mercury Level


Fish & seafood are a great source of protein. Also they contain healthy fats & omega-3 fatty acids that help keep your heart healthy. Therefore eating fish& seafood is good because of healthy benefits of it. However eating of wrong kind of fish more frequently may raise the level of mercury in your body. This is especially dangerous for pregnant and breastfeeding women because fetus and new-borns are very sensitive to mercury. Therefore it cannot be disadvantage if we know which fish to eat or which fish to avoid eating frequently.

All fish contain traceable amounts of mercury. However eating high mercury level fish more often may cause problems.

Mostly Big fish have more mercury. The simple reason is that big fish usually live longer having enough time to build up higher mercury level. In this fact, eating small fish is more better than eating big fish more often.

Below is the list of fish according to their level of mercury.
 
 
 

 Again as a way to easy remembering,small fish is with lower mercury level while larger fish contain higher mercury level.

Sunday, 19 August 2012

Substitutes for Heavy Cream,Bread Crumbs & Corn Syrup


There are times which we need to find alternative ingredients for a recipe. Here are some substitutes for bread crumbs, corn syrup & heavy cream. However substitutions can change the flavour a little bit. Also the appearance of the outcome can be changed slightly.

Anyway these substitutions will be helpful if the wanted ingredient is not in the kitchen when you want to try a recipe or if it is difficult to find in local area.

Saturday, 18 August 2012

How to fix too much salt?


Too much salt, how to fix?

There are times we over salt dishes. Here I gathered some tips on how to fix a dish with too much salt.

Basically here are few tips which can be used in a recipe as per its taste.

1) Add a little sugar as per the recipe. But don’t end up sweetening it too much.