Archive for July, 2012

How To Refinish Your Kitchen

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012
By Lawrence Reaves If you love your kitchen appliances or if you just don't want to, or can't afford to replace them, consider porcelain refinishing to give your kitchen a new look. Giving your major appliance a new finish can make it look new or almost new. Why replace a perfectly good Avocado refrigerator or Coppertone stove just because color Read The Post [...]

How to Cook With Fruits and Vegetables and Keep Their Color and Nutrients

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012
By Lawrence Reaves Very often when we cook with vegetables, we end up cooking them so that they lose both their color and with it, their essential nutrients. One of the harder things about cooking meals is to have it look colorful with fruits and vegetables, but make sure the vitamins and minerals are still there after they are ready to eat. Below Read The Post [...]

How To Check For Refrigerator Leaks

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012
By Lawrence Reaves If you walk into your kitchen and find that your refrigerator is leaking, the natural response is to want to call the appliance repairman. And that may be your best or only option. But if you're the kind of homeowner who likes to take on projects, saving time and money, you might be able to solve this problem on your own. By inspecting Read The Post [...]

Types of Seasoning for Your Kitchen

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012
By Lawrence Reaves There are many types of seasonings for your kitchen - from various types of salt and pepper to very exotic cultural blends. If you learn how to use them properly, you can really add a great deal of flavor and variety to your everyday cooking. Some of the basic seasoning groups are detailed below and how to best use them for your Read The Post [...]

Getting to Know German Cuisine

Monday, July 30th, 2012
By Lawrence Reaves You cannot exactly give a precise definition of what German cooking is. Every region in this fascinating country has its own different specialties. The region of southern Germany shares many dishes with the Austrians and the Swiss, while to the southwest, cooking is influenced a lot by the French. Meanwhile, to the east, foods Read The Post [...]

Differences between California Zinfandel and the Other Big Reds

Monday, July 30th, 2012
There are a few very popular red wines. In California and the United States, two particular red wines stand out as the most consumed: Cabernet Sauvignon and California Merlot. Chardonnay is the third most popular wine. But California Zinfandel has something to say to the top dogs, and there's no denying that as number three, it has a lot to offer. In Read The Post [...]

More South Carolinian Low-Country Cuisine

Monday, July 30th, 2012
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Choosing The Best Place For Your Appliances

Monday, July 30th, 2012
By Lawrence Reaves If you're contemplating a complete remodel of your kitchen, you'll spend a lot of time talking colors and floors and appliances. But what about the design and location of where you're going to put things? While there are some basic considerations about how things should be installed, there are no hard and fast rules about where Read The Post [...]

Healthy Smoothie Recipes

Monday, July 30th, 2012
By Lee Holden Following healthy smoothie recipes for delicious meals or snacks is now possible from first thing in the morning until last thing at night. They have adapted so much that now you can indulge in delicious healthy smoothies meal after meal. Healthy smoothies are becoming more popular every day all around the world. This is partly due Read The Post [...]

A Wine Lover’s Neat Weekly Guide To $15 Wines – An Assyrtiko Signed Greece

Monday, July 30th, 2012
This is certainly not our first Greek wine. But it is first one costing over $10. Ioannis Boutari, great-grandfather of the current president, founded the winery carrying his name in northern Greece in 1879. Boutari bottled the first red wines on the Greek market. The volcanic island of Santorini has produced fine wine since the Middle Ages. Because Read The Post [...]