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Good Uses For Dry Ice

Dry ice, also known by many as emergency ice, is a great item that can offer you a lot of fantastic uses. Some of the uses dry ice can offer are more about fun, while other uses it has can be downright helpful to you in a variety of ways. Here are some of the many uses that dry ice can help with: Getting dents from hail out of your car Read More 

A Beginners Guide To Choosing Wines For A Dinner Party

If you're not someone who is a big wine drinker, but you are throwing a dinner party, then you are going to have to get some wine and it's helpful to know something about the different styles. Even though you don't drink wine, your guests probably will, so it's important to have it on hand. The following list will give you a few different styles of wine to get. It's important to have a variety because one guest might only want to drink a heavy bodied red, so having a fridge full of chardonnay won't suffice   Read More 

3 Big Reasons Potato Buns Rock the Summer Barbecue

What kind of foods do you think of when you think about a summer barbecue? Do you conjure up images of grilled veggies, summer melon salads, burgers, and hot dogs? There is also one little tidbit of the menu that you may have just been missing all this time: potato buns. These delectable buns are available at just about any fresh bakery you walk into, and it is for good reason. Read More 

3 Natural Sugar Substitutes That Are Good for Your Health

There are a lot of good reasons to avoid ordinary refined sugar. It's bad for your teeth and your waistline, and it can contribute to serious conditions like diabetes and liver disease. However, that doesn't necessarily mean that just any sugar substitute is a good substitute. Artificial sweeteners have long had their own detractors, and recent studies suggest that they may upset the balance of gut bacteria—the microbes that live in your stomach and intestinal tract—leading to some of the same maladies that sugar contributes to. Read More 

4 Dietary Changes For Autoimmune Diseases

Although dietary changes cannot cure autoimmune diseases, many people find small changes in their diet can help reduce the intensity or duration of flares. Try experimenting with a few dietary changes to determine if you notice any benefits or if it helps boost your existing treatments. Ease Up On Dairy Many dairy products can increase inflammation. It is okay to have a few servings of low-fat milk, cheese, or yogurt throughout the week. Read More 

About Me

sharing my love of food

Some of my best memories from my childhood are from the many times I spent working in the kitchen with my grandmother and my mother. I learned to love cooking at a very young age and that love has helped shape my adult life to what it is today. I love cooking, creating and eating all sorts of foods and love sharing these things with as many people as I can. This blog is filled with tips, ideas and tricks that can help you make the time you spend in your kitchen preparing meals, baked goods and treats for those that you love much more enjoyable for you and the people you are serving the food to.

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