Top Food Movies of All Time

December 2, 2014 6 Comments
Top Food Movies of All Time

A Collection of Great Movies About Food & Cooking There have been so many great movies with food and cooking in the storyline. Doesn’t it seems like there are more and more of these movies being made every week? I think it has to do with the greater interest in food altogether.  With so many […]

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Tsuji Culinary Institute – Japan

November 26, 2014 0 Comments
Tsuji Culinary Institute – Japan

How to Survive Japanese Culinary School Wanted to share with you this incredible video found on CBS online with Seth Doane visiting a famous and renowned culinary school in Osaka, Japan called the Tsuji Culinary Institute. I think you will find the school’s absolute attention to detail quite remarkable. The Tsuji Culinary Institute was founded […]

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Cost of Thanksgiving 2014

November 24, 2014 0 Comments
Cost of Thanksgiving 2014

  The cost of a Thanksgiving Dinner is up in 2014, but not by too much! I just read an article about the cost of Thanksgiving this year (2014) is going up but not by much. According to AP News, The price for putting Thanksgiving dinner on the table for 10 people is expected to […]

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What Is Baby Flounder

November 20, 2014 0 Comments
What Is Baby Flounder

Have You Ever Heard of Baby Flounder? Today I went to one of two of my favorite local fish markets called Bywood Seafood Market and asked the owner, Bill, what recommended for tonight’s dinner. He suggested the “baby flounder” that was sitting right next to the regular flounder which I soon learned was really fluke […]

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Simple Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

November 14, 2014 7 Comments
Simple Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

A Delicious Four Ingredient Squash Soup It’s hard to belive how good a soup with just 4 ingredients can taste and be so good for you. This soup is not loaded with salt like most of the commercial soups available to us and is rediculously easy to prepare at home. The soup is so naturally […]

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Know Your Knife Cuts

November 10, 2014 0 Comments
Know Your Knife Cuts

Most Important Knife Cuts For Home Cooks Knife skills are arguably one of the pivotal skills that separate the professional chef from the home cook.  Many home cooks are intimidated by the flourish with which knives are wielded on Top Chef and Iron Chef.  We are afraid that we might hurt ourselves if we try […]

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Careers in Food and Beverage Management

November 4, 2014
Careers in Food and Beverage Management

What Does A Food & Beverage Management Career Look Like? Food and beverage management is a term applied to management level-careers that involve some aspect of the culinary and hospitality worlds. In fact, it’s easiest to consider it a cross between the two: equal parts hospitality and culinary, professionals in this field oversee everything from […]

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Salt Mill or Pepper Mill

November 4, 2014 0 Comments
Salt Mill or Pepper Mill

What Is the Difference Between a Salt Mill & Pepper Mill? We most likely use salt and pepper in every recipe, yet not much thought goes into how we store, use and produce these ingredients. For example, did you know that high-end pepper mills use hardened steel for its machinery whereas salt mills use stainless […]

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Chinese Noodles Stir Fry Recipe

October 31, 2014 0 Comments
Chinese Noodles Stir Fry Recipe

A Delicious Stir Fry with Hong Kong-Style Noodles When we are looking for a quick and easy meal on a weeknight, we often turn to a stir fry recipe like this one. You can use the ingredients listed below or substitute foods you have on hand. If you live near an Asian food market or […]

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Morning Muffins Recipe

October 20, 2014 4 Comments
Morning Muffins Recipe

Incredible Muffins for the Morning My wife Meg decided to prepare these incredibly tasty muffins with lots of healthy ingredients like carrots, raisins, apple and parsnips after reading about them in the WSJ weekend edition. She did substitute unsweetened shredded coconut for sweetened because that’s what we had on hand and I don’t think it […]

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