Archive for December, 2012

Kitchen Islands: Function and Flexibility

Monday, December 31st, 2012
By Tina Gleisner Kitchen islands are one of the most useful additions in today's kitchen. Most new homes come with kitchen islands and kitchen remodels (when there's enough space), often include an island. Kitchen Islands for Meal Preparation A kitchen island next to the refrigerator is convenient, and it saves time. It's easy to pull out more Read The Post [...]

I Love Reviewing Fine German Wine – A Kabinett Riesling Signed The Rheingau

Monday, December 31st, 2012
As the holiday season is upon us we reflect on many issues, including our prejudices. I readily admit to be a true partisan of German Rieslings, in particular the sweet ones. But I don't care for all of them. Today's offering stems from the largest private wine estate in the Rhinegau region of central western Germany, real Riesling country. The Schloss Read The Post [...]

Update Kitchen Cabinets To Create A Homey Environment

Saturday, December 29th, 2012
By Ditte Toft Kitchen cabinets are important and can add personality to your home. The concept that you have in mind must work well with the design of your space. Redesigning the kitchen area takes a lot of time, from finding the best color, material and the size that will be appropriate. The very first thing that must be done is to determine the Read The Post [...]

Five Benefits of Using Ceramic Cookware

Saturday, December 29th, 2012
Copyright © 2012 Virgie Rasmussen If you want to update the cookware in the kitchen and therefore start looking for suitable pots and pans and frying pans you may get confused, because modern market is crammed with various types of cookware items. Generally when choosing cookware people pay attention to the design, durability, efficient cooking Read The Post [...]

Secrets of Making Thin and Delicious Crepes

Friday, December 28th, 2012
Copyright © 2012 Virgie Rasmussen Many people love crepes. This delicious dish can be served with various fillings. Making crepes is not difficult if you know a few cooking secrets and have necessary equipment. While making pancakes for the first time you may face certain difficulties, since the cooking technique may seem difficult. However if you Read The Post [...]

Enjoy Less Difficult Recipe Costing And Meal Planning With Modern Software

Friday, December 28th, 2012
By Kate Barton Cooking for loved ones is a nice task; lots of moms, fathers, and children enjoy the chance to showcase their natural skill for whipping up satisfying dishes and delectable desserts that receive good remarks from all who partake of the meal. Having the capability to cook enables a person to be with relatives and close friends and socialize Read The Post [...]

A Wine Lover’s Weekly Review Of $10 Wines – A Cooperative German Riesling

Thursday, December 27th, 2012
As the holiday season is upon us it's time to reflect on many issues, including our own prejudices. I admit it; I am an unabashed fan of German Rieslings, especially the sweet ones. Sometimes. I am not so prejudiced that I love or even like all of them. Today's offering comes from a 2600-member wine grower's association in the Mosel region of central Read The Post [...]

Making Crepes is Easy: Simple Tricks You Should Know

Thursday, December 27th, 2012
Copyright © 2012 Virgie Rasmussen Many people and especially children like eating crepes. Many moms do not even try to cook crepes, because consider it to be a difficult task. In fact, cooking crepes is not difficult if you know a few simple secrets. This article will give a few simple tips that will help pamper your family or friends with thin Read The Post [...]

Stainless Steel Farmhouse Sink: Meeting Beauty and Functionality

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012
By Steve Halim Most farmhouse sinks tend to be in porcelain, fire-clay or even copper. However, stainless steel is also one of the materials used in farmhouse kitchen sinks. Stainless steel farmhouse sink is one of the most basic, simple (and cheapest) among the different forms of kitchen sinks. But still, it will not fail in giving you that lovely Read The Post [...]

Tea, Tea And A Bit More Tea

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012
By Tracey England What does tea mean to you? In Britain we often use tea in many different situations, to console a loved one, to catch up with old friends or to simply enjoy with a biscuit or cake in front of the TV. We often love a good old cup of tea in the morning to kick start our day or to accompany our daily breakfast routine. Everyday Read The Post [...]