Food And Drink Articles
  • Raw Food Potlucks for a Raw Treat
  • by Roxanne Vick
  • Want to go on a raw food diet, but cringe at the social aspect? Maybe you should check out a raw food potluck in your area....my daughter rightfully called them "potlicks"!
  • Chlorophyll and Living Raw Foods
  • by Roxanne Vick
  • This element of nutrition is surprisingly ignored by most people, but it is truly a "wonder drug" of nature, with its ability to help a wide spectrum of diseases.
  • Cappuccino - How to Make This Rich, Dark Coffee
  • by Carol Stack
  • To make a good cappuccino you have to start with good espresso, which you get from doing the following: Grind the beans fine, press the espresso down firmly, use a high pressure machine or stove top model. For the whole article, read here.
  • Beans, Beans and More Beans
  • by Emma Snow
  • Dry beans are among some of the healthiest foods on the planet. Beans are not only a complex carbohydrate, which provides sustained energy throughout the day, but also have many important nutrients such as, calcium, potassium, protein and folate. Plus, you get these benefits without the fat and cholesterol that meat or dairy products might contain.
  • How to Pack the Perfect Picnic
  • by Michael Kanehl
  • Picnics are delightful when well managed. The perfect picnic always puts everyone in a great mood. The idea behind picnics is that much of the food is prepared at home, then transported to an outdoor setting
  • How to Make a Great Cup of Coffee In Your Own Home
  • by Carol Stack
  • For many people, the fresh brewed smell of coffee is their morning wake up call and many a person savors a cup of coffee while looking over a morning paper or gulps it down as they hurry off to work. For some, coffee has been more than a morning ritual, but has also become a time to relax and enjoy exotic flavors while buried in a good book.
  • Mercury In Tuna A Toxic Element
  • by Raymond Burton
  • As a bodybuilder and weight loss coach, tuna and most seafoods are staples of both the daily and pre-contest diet plan. Little do most bodybuilders know that mercury contamination is a very widespread health concern for the average public let alone the high consumption fitness set.
  • Why Cooking Organic Vegetables is Toxic
  • by Denise Palmer
  • We make the choice to buy only organic vegetables, knowing we are doing a great thing for our families and ourselves. We bring those organic vegetables home, throw them in a pot or skillet to cook them up, and serve them with a huge smile and sense of pride. But wait until you find out what we've REALLY done!
  • Working Up an Appetite
  • by Emma Snow
  • One of the greatest experiences of being human is to be out in nature. There is just something about being in the fresh open air of the wilderness that makes a person feel more alive, more grounded. The stresses and responsibilities of life lessen in the great outdoors and it is less complicated.
  • How To Cook The Best Steak In The World - Part 2
  • by Mick Reade
  • Every person loves to have their steak cooked differently, I will take you through a comprehensive step-by-step guide for you to follow to cook the perfect steak every time, no matter how you like it!
  • How To Cook The Best Steak In The World - Part 1
  • by Mick Reade
  • Every person loves to have their steak cooked differently, here you will find a comprehensive step-by-step guide to cooking your steak perfectly every time, no matter how you like it!
  • Barbecue, an American Tradition
  • by Emma Snow
  • Barbecue is as American as apple pie. It's aroma evokes memories of baseball games, swimming and family vacations. Mouths water when the grill is fired up. Preparing meat for the barbecue is just as important as the cooking itself. Marinating infuses flavor into the meat, ensuring a delicious family meal that will not be easily forgotten.
  • Organic Protects the Next Generation
  • by Francesca Black
  • There are countless benefits to eating organic. Organic produce is higher in nutrients, lower in nitrates, free of artificial additives, and it tastes better. Furthermore, organic farming is better for the environment--another way the organic lifestyle benefits our children's futures. It does not require great effort to make a change.
  • 22 Favorite Chocolate Quotes for Easter
  • by Noel Jameson
  • Chocolate has become an important part of Easter for many people. Here are 22 great chocolate quotes to help you celebrate the holiday -- and make you smile.
  • Variety is the Spice of Life
  • by Emma Snow
  • People are creatures of habit and largely base choices on that which is familiar. Although some habits are good, cooking the same types of food over and over zaps creativity and breeds indifference in the kitchen. Food is not only necessary for survival, it is also a main source of enjoyment.
  • Fructose- The Evil Sugar
  • by Brian Gurneak
  • An overview of what it honestly takes to build muscle and mimimize bodyfat. Areas include nutrition, cardiovascular training, resistance training to get the body into a lean, mean fat-burning machine.
  • The History of Soy
  • by Francesca Black
  • The soybean has a long history and a very long journey through out the world. This journey, lasting almost 27 centuries, changed the world that we know today. Soy products feed a large part of nearly every country's inhabitants, as well as various non-edible uses. The soybean was first cultivated by the Chinese.
  • Vegetable Garden - Why and How to Grow Vegetables
  • by Carol Stack
  • Planning, planting, growing and harvesting a vegetable garden can be great fun for the whole family. And while you are having fun, you will be growing your own food. Having your own vegetable garden can be a very satisfying undertaking and is an excellent way to teach your children about responsibility as well.
  • Gourmets Get Ready for Induction Cooking
  • by Emma Snow
  • While the technology has been around for decades, in recent years it has been greatly improved upon, already taking hold in Europe and Japan. There can be no doubt that magnetic induction promises to be the most attractive cooking option on the market. In this article we will discuss how induction cooking works, how it differs from electric and gas stovetops, and explain the advantages and disadvantages of the new technology.
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