• Appetizers

    13 Easy Appetizer and Main Course Ideas

    Cooking a traditional Thanksgiving dinner can be a testing time for anyone. The enormous turkey will be the official star of the show on November 25 but—whisper it—many people are more interested in savoring an array of delicious appetizers and side dishes. Here Newsweek has collected some super-easy ideas for Thanksgiving entrées and accompaniments. 1. Brie, Cranberry and Camembert Pastry The GG Sisters have shown how to make a Thanksgiving appetizer using just four ingredients. Take a packet of store-bought croissant party, roll it out, cut it into bite-sized squares and press into a muffin tin. Next, place a cube  

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  • Fat Free Food

    Food For Thought with Kat | Fat follies: Nature gave fats a purpose | Arts And Culture

    Fat. The word has so many connotations and meanings and it was a main describing factor for me in fourth grade. Just ask Lucas Mahuta. Or Zac Grimes. As I was vilified in grade school, so too is fat, and it has been since the fat-free movement in the 1990s and before. Fat-free, low-fat, no-fat diets abounded, were basically proven to work, but not to achieve the long-term effects they set out to, and were subsequently widely discredited as far as their ultimate health benefits went. Fat is certainly not the weight-gaining catalyst it’s been deemed to be and since  

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  • International Food

    Reclaiming Rice in Taiwan – JSTOR Daily

    There are few things more deeply embedded in family and cultural traditions than the food we eat. But our diets are also subject to global forces far beyond our control. Sociologist Ding-Tzann Lii looks at these dynamics when it comes to Taiwan’s relationship with one of the most basic food staples of all: rice. After World War II, Lii writes, the United States ramped up international food aid. This was both a strategic move in the Cold War and a way to get rid of agricultural surpluses. In Taiwan, the U.S. didn’t just hand out flour. It also went to  

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  • Healthy Food

    7 Food Tips That May Help You Keep Your Digestive System Healthy

    A healthy digestive system works wonders for the body and the mind. But a compromised one can make you feel irritated and turn the mood sour for the whole day. It may also lead to acidity, bloating and constipation. To get rid of these issues or stop them from happening, we must make sure our digestion is good. Eating healthy food and after adequate intervals is one way of ensuring that. But there are some other tips that health experts recommend to keep the gut healthy. Simple lifestyle changes can go a long way in achieving that. Also Read: Chia  

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  • Coffee Recipe

    Five Coffee Recipes That Will Keep You Warm And Cheerful This Winter

    During winters, what we crave most is a cup of nicely brewed coffee. No amount of coffee is enough during the bone-chilling cold wave that sweeps the Indian plains and hills in the months of December and January, every year. There are several benefits of drinking coffee during these months. It keeps us warm and heats up the body instantly. But it also immediately energizes people facing a dull day at work, allowing them to plow through their workload quickly and efficiently. Besides caffeine, which protects and rejuvenates the skin against the Sun’s harmful UV rays, coffee also contains a  

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  • Coffee News

    10+ best Black Friday coffee machine deals 2021: Keurig, Breville and more

    Many of us take our coffee pretty seriously, and with the holidays quickly approaching, there’s a good chance that someone on your gift list is a java lover — or is depending on it to get through such a hectic season. To put Americans’ love of coffee into context: In a 2021 survey from the National Coffee Association, 60 percent of more than 1,500 respondents said they’d had a cup of coffee in the past day — fewer than half of the respondents said they’d had water over the previous day. Retailers from Amazon to Walmart have dropped prices  

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  • Trending Food

    The social media chefs demystifying the kitchen for a new generation

    If you’ve ever felt an urgent need to make confit potatoes or fold a tortilla wrap in a clockwise direction, then you have been influenced. It can creep in from anywhere, an overheard conversation on the bus about three-ingredient brownies (I was responsible for this one), or a quick chat at the start of a Zoom call about that feta pasta for dinner. Coronavirus wasn’t the only thing spreading virally in 2020. There were the dalgona coffee and banana bread recipes, then frozen honey. Many viral food trends originate from TikTok and Instagram. TikTok, once known mainly for lip-syncing videos  

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