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  • 07
    Aug

    How To Make Marbled Chocolate And Hazelnut Meringues

    Today the weather was pretty grim. It basically rained all day long.  It was not much fun doing the school run and I almost made the decision to skip after school ballet as I just wanted to stay dry.  But I managed to sum up the motivation and you’ll...

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  • 07
    Aug

    How To Make Apple And Red Onion Chutney

    For Christmas this year I have decided to make some homemade food hampers for a few unsuspecting special family members.  I’ve not attempted anything like this before, but it makes perfect sense for me.  First and foremost it is a great opportunity for me to be creative not only by...

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  • 07
    Aug

    How To Make Plum Marzipan And Pistachio Pastries

    My goodness!  It’s November already.  How did that happen? Time seems to be whizzing by at the moment. My baby boy has just turned two and is looking less like a baby everyday.  I have also recently brought a funky outfit for my seven year in Gap that I...

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  • 07
    Aug

    How To Make Strawberry And Cream Eclairs

      Let me tell you about my 4 year old… My baby girl is going to big school in September. Part of me is relieved because being November born, she is very ready to go. But I just can’t imagine what life in the week is going to be...

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  • 31
    Jul

    Kitchen Intel – 5 Secret Strategies Top Chefs Use To Make Perfect Meals

    Tired of meticulously following highly-rated recipes from expert chefs but still ending up with meals that bear no resemblance to the beautiful photos in the cookbooks? Do not let this stop you from trying. The truth is, there are so many general tips and tricks professionals apply to their...

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  • 13
    Jun

    Raw food equipment makes your raw (un)cooking fun and fast

    Raw food kitchen essentials that only cost a buck – Sharp Knives Quality, sharp knife is every chef’s best friend and the raw food chef is no exception. Ceramic knives are a great choice as they are light-weight and stay sharp forever. Get yourself a good cutting board when...

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  • 13
    Jun

    Olive oil from Catalonia dazzles cooks all over the world

    In the Catalan Palestine, Les Garrigues, people are proud to tell you that their extra virgin olive oil, extracted from the supreme arbequina olive, furnishes the Nobel Prize reception. Some historians say that Phoenician merchants introduced the liquid gold to Catalonia; others assert that the Ancient Greeks first carried...

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  • 13
    Jun

    Oakland Bistro Restaurant – Casual Dining in Oakland, 7 Days

    Southern California offers a wide variety of exciting venues that attracts visitors from all over the world. The vast array of museums, parks, restaurants, and sports events will make it easy to schedule fun entertainment for the whole family. The night life offers a selection of dance clubs that...

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  • 13
    Jun

    Natural raw food cosmetics: Be a raw beauty!

    Feed your skin raw food cosmetics Skin that is full of acne, blemishes, eczema, sensitivity, redness, dryness, inflammation, wrinkles, puffiness, liver spots? Sounds familiar ? Your skin is the outer reflection of your system. Stress, unbalanced emotions, undernourished cells, toxins from processed foods. Your skin shows it all. Skin...

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  • 13
    Jun

    6 Reasons Why Red Peppers Are Extremely Healthy Food For You

    Red pepper owes its heat and its value in herbal healing to one chemical found in its fruit – capsaicin. Below is a list of it’s many benefits. Digestive aid: Red pepper aids digestion by stimulating the flow of both saliva and stomach secretions. Saliva contains enzymes that begin...

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