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  • Photo of Fastfood is the Future of Food

    Fastfood is the Future of Food

    McDonald’s launches its new range of sandwiches in India. A report by Deloitte says that in the next five years, Fastfood chains will be the future of food. The study estimates that global revenue from the restaurant industry could increase to US$ 2.2 trillion over the next 20 years and that Indian consumers alone will spend $ 1.7 trillion. Fast…

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  • Photo of Famous Liquor Brands of All Time

    Famous Liquor Brands of All Time

    Some of the famous liquor brands of all time are Jack Daniel’s, Jim Beam, Smirnoff, Absolut, Courvoisier, Dewar’s, and Cointreau. These brands are also famous in different countries for having unique flavors. I’m sure you’ve heard of brands like Absolut, Jack Daniels, Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff, and more. But how many famous liquor brands have the best booze in the world?…

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  • Photo of How to Make the Perfect Chocolate Cake

    How to Make the Perfect Chocolate Cake

    The perfect chocolate cake is always a hard thing to make for yourself, and most people do not know how to make it right. Most people only have recipes that use butter or cream cheese and do not know how to make chocolate cakes with chocolate, eggs, and milk. These types of cakes are delicious and are often used at…

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  • Photo of Where to Eat Chinese Food in Austin, TX

    Where to Eat Chinese Food in Austin, TX

    Eating out at Chinese restaurants is one of the most popular ways to enjoy the local cuisines. There are hundreds of Chinese restaurants in Austin, Texas. Most of them are located in the downtown area and offer authentic Chinese dishes. If you’re looking for the best place to eat Chinese food in Austin, TX, you’ve come to the right place.…

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  • Photo of José Pizarro’s Spanish spring meal – recipes

    José Pizarro’s Spanish spring meal – recipes

    STARTER Cured cod with lemon and radish salad Soak 24 hr Prep five min Cook 15 min Serves 4 400g sustainably sourced cod fillet 1-liter bloodless water 100g caster sugar 75g sea salt 1 tsp fennel seeds Pared zest of one lemon three sprigs of fresh thyme Extra-virgin olive oil, to drizzle For the salad Two lemons 200g radishes Two…

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  • Photo of How to cook dinner moussaka – recipe

    How to cook dinner moussaka – recipe

    Moussaka is, I assume, the perfect dish for April, an unprecedented mixture of southern sunshine and warming consolation. It’s also the proper way to deplete leftover lamb from the Easter roast. Most extensively related to Greece, it pops up in various forms from North Africa to the Balkans – sweetly spiced, wealthy and wobbly, and always absolutely delicious. Prep 15…

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  • Photo of Introducing the parmesan rind ‘inventory dice’

    Introducing the parmesan rind ‘inventory dice’

    Parmesan has low water content and granular texture, which means that it can be preserved for the long term, enhancing with age. Even as soon as a large wheel is cracked open, it’s going to save appropriately. To maintain the entire traits of Parmigiano Reggiano, to give it its proper name, store it in an airtight glass or plastic container…

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  • Riled and Wrangled: A cocktail recipe for baseball season

    This highly spiced shandy from Laura Wagner of the Monarch Bar in Kansas City beats the pants off your popular beer-and-lemonade combo. Serrano-spiked honey and herb-inflected green Chartreuse beautify the peppery notes of whiskey and crisp kölsch or pilsner. Individual peppers can p.C. A various quantity of heat; in case you’re nervous, use just an unmarried chile. Riled and Wrangled…

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  • Photo of Yotam Ottolenghi’s broccoli recipes

    Yotam Ottolenghi’s broccoli recipes

    Unlike its cousins, cauliflower, and cabbage, broccoli isn’t in any respect relaxed being cooked for a long time with mild-mannered elements. All my past attempts at being clever and creating the broccoli equivalent of cauliflower cheese, as an instance, had been fiascos: the creamy sauce cannot preserve its own in opposition to the dominant vegetable, which goes grey, soggy and…

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  • Photo of Hungry Girl: No-Cook Sesame Zucchini Noodles

    Hungry Girl: No-Cook Sesame Zucchini Noodles

    Lisa Lillien is the popular Hungry Girl website and email newsletter, featuring clever, humorous advice on guilt-loose eating. Likewise, she is the author of 13 books, six of which debuted at number one on the New York Times Best Sellers list. Read her PEOPLE.Com weblog every Monday for slimmed-down superstar recipes and extra. This recipe changed into made-for lazy days!…

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