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Making Better Dishes From Home

About a year ago, I started thinking carefully about how I wanted the rest of my life to go. I realized that I was significantly overweight and that I wasn't able to do the types of things that I wanted to do. Instead of of living the rest of my life unhappy and overweight, I decided to start working on eating healthier by choosing better foods. I decided to invest some time into cooking and reading about ingredients, and it really paid off. This blog is all about making better dishes from home, and knowing how to avoid weight gain through healthy eating.

Three House-Made Dips to Serve at Your Bar During the Big Game

Football season is here, and customers are probably flocking to your bar in droves to catch the big games. If you want them to keep coming back and treating your bar and grill like the go-to place for sporting events, then you need to offer something special. Serving some complementary snacks during the big game will keep their taste buds satisfied. House-made dips are easy to make in big batches and set out from time to time during the game. Read More 

How To Put Your Parties On “Autopilot”

A big party can be a festive occasion or the trigger for a nervous breakdown. If you lead a busy life already and find yourself saddled with hosting a major event -- or even a series of ongoing major events -- you may wonder how in the world you can handle all the big and little details that make each event run smoothly and entertainingly. The good news is that many of these details can be standardized and automated, enabling you to focus on your guests instead of your tasks. Read More 

From Plain To Delicious! 3 Ways To Incorporate Chia Seeds Into Your Breakfast

One of the most popular superfoods in the health community as of late is chia seeds. These nutrient dense seeds have been shown to offer many benefits: from stopping free radical activity by up to70% to preventing metabolic disorders like dyslipidemia. The proper way to eat chia seeds is to soak them in water first, so that they become a gelatinous substance. While they are easy to prepare and extremely healthy, chia seeds can be rather boring for your palate, as they are relatively flavorless. Read More 

How To Keep Your New Restaurant Equipment In Optimal Condition

Running a restaurant can be a lucrative endeavor that catapults you and your food to community stardom. If your food is good, the prices are right, and your restaurant's atmosphere is inviting, you can expect to become a prominent figure among diners in and around your area. But along with the benefits of owning a restaurant, there are some challenges to consider – such as keeping your restaurant equipment in great shape so you don't have to repair or replace it as time goes on. Read More