Food And Drink Articles
  • Who Invented the Chocolate Chip Cookie?
  • by Steven Magill
  • Ruth Graves Wakefield was born on June 17, 1903 and she is person who invented the Toll House Cookie, which was the world's first chocolate chip cookie.
  • Baking Versus Cooking
  • by Jeff Gustafson
  • Baking requires precision as opposed to cooking which allow for more adventure...
  • Mexican Food Started Here
  • by Jane Butel
  • history of first American cuisine. Started by Asian settlers, evolved into chile and corn laden dishes, popularly known as Mexican food.
  • I Love French Wine and Food - A Touraine (Loire Valley) White
  • by Levi Reiss
  • I love French wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of France's eleven wine regions. This article explores the Touraine area in the Loire Valley region of central France and reviews a Cheverny Blanc wine. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • A Free Coffee Maker?
  • by Michael Brown
  • When you think of what the idea of the perfect coffee maker do you think of one that cost hundreds of dollars? What do you think of when you think of that perfect cup of coffee? To me the concept of a free coffee maker sounds best because its - well, free. Stop and ask yourself what a $500 coffee pot can do for you that a cheaper free coffee pot can't do? Hopefully you answered; nothing.
  • Why Are You Addicted to Sugar?
  • by Stephen Lau
  • Sugar addiction creates many health hazards, such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Carbohydrates do not make you fat, but sugar does. Sugar is hidden in many processed foods and drinks. Beware of sugar traps in your diet. Sugar is addictive, especially with the addition of salt and fat. To stop sugar addiction, consume more healthy carbohydrates for fiber, and eat less fat and salt in your diet.
  • Cookies, anyone?
  • by Jeff Gustafson
  • Be careful what you say when in another country...
  • Why Are You Addicted to Cheese?
  • by Stephen Lau
  • Cheese craving is due to the presence of opiates in dairy products, which make you become addicted. Cheese addiction is bad for your health because cheese is concentrated protein loaded with saturated fat. Overcome your cheese addiction by controlling your blood sugar level and regulating your appetite-controlling hormone through eating a high-fiber and low-fat diet, and exercising daily. The health benefits of not eating cheese are substantial.
  • Sugar and Other Sweeteners
  • by Chuck Bluestein
  • This tells about the different types of sweeteners and how they affect your health.
  • Spice Up Your Health with Chiles
  • by Jane Butel
  • Chiles are terrific for creating health. Story features Bowl o Red recipe, a winning chili recipe, great for super bowl parties.
  • Fruit and Nut Bread for Diabetics
  • by Linda Wilson
  • Easy to make and delicious tasting Fruit and Nut Bread recipe without added sugar. Perfect for diabetics and others watching their sugar intake.
  • I Love French Wine and Food - A Bordeaux Rose
  • by Levi Reiss
  • I love French wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of France's eleven wine regions. This article explores a rose wine from the Bordeaux region of southwestern France. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • Valentine's Day Baking Recipes
  • by Jill Seader
  • Here are a couple of recipes that combine two of everyone's favorite aphrodisiacs, chocolate and strawberries.
  • Smoking Salmon...A Quick Guide
  • by Mike Powers
  • Have you ever tried to smoke a fish? I have here a great recipe for smoking salmon and trout that is simple but very tasty. In a minute, I will give you the recipe but first a little story about how this recipe came about.
  • Fun Facts on Water For Children
  • by Steven Magill
  • Teaching kids about water can be very fun. There are a lot of simple scientific experiments you can do that centre around water and children love to learn about how something as common as water is so important and so interesting
  • I Love German Wine and Food - A Mosel Riesling
  • by Levi Reiss
  • I love German wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Germany's thirteen wine regions. This article records the results of tasting a fine Riesling wine from the central western region of the Mosel River Valley both on its own and with food. Was it a bargain?
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