Archive for August, 2014

Paella Valenciana

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014
Copyright © 2014 Elena Martin Paella is one of the most popular and common recipes of the Spanish cuisine. There are several types of famous rice in Spain, but Valencian paella is really delicious and it is native to the Mediterranean coast. This type of paella includes rice and several meats and vegetables, but the recipe is really easy, so do Read The Post [...]

Great Peppers, Jams, and Jellies That Will Impress

Saturday, August 16th, 2014
By Samantha Knowles A great jam or jelly can be a tasty addition to many breads, meats, or other dishes. Depending on the combination, there are a variety of ways one can eat them. Believe it or not, peppers have become a fast favorite to up the wow factor in jams and jellies, and the ideas listed below are sure to have you craving your next taste. 1. Read The Post [...]

What To Consider When Buying Appliances For Modern Kitchens

Saturday, August 16th, 2014
By Jeremy Foxe Modern kitchens aren't just simply about utility, but also offer an enriching and enjoyable cooking and dining experience. This is achieved through perfectly executed kitchen layouts, designed to bring out a specific atmosphere, complemented with efficient and presentable appliances. You can easily enlist the services of a kitchen Read The Post [...]

The Road To Purchasing Quality Kitchen Cutlery

Saturday, August 16th, 2014
The road to finding the perfect kitchen cutlery is not one that has to be complicated or expensive. Buying quality kitchen knives isn't about purchasing an expensive set of knives; it is all about the basics. The most important tip is to purchase knives that fit and feel right in your hand. It will not matter what the latest chef is endorsing or what Read The Post [...]

Ajowan Seed – Indian Thyme or Not?

Friday, August 1st, 2014
By David Hugonin Ajowan (Trachyspermum ammi) seed is also known as Ajwain seed, Bishop's Weed, Ethiopian Cumin, Omam, or Carom and is a popular spice in southern Indian style cooking. It has a flavour faintly reminiscent of thyme; a similarity due to the presence of the essential oil thymol in both species. The plant is mainly cultivated in modern Read The Post [...]