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Year: 2019

Articles created in the year 2019

Green Tea Brewing Guide

Posted on December 21, 2019 by Chase Demko
Green tea is thought to have many healthy benefits.For those who have ever tasted a good cup of green tea it could be reviving and yummy.However the delicate nature of this tea does require a certain watchful eye when preparing it.Here's an easy to follow guide on the best way best to brew an outstanding cup of green tea.* Use premium quality tea a lesser quality won't yield as good a taste.* If using lesser quality, boil water and simmer for a longer time period...

What You Need in a Gourmet Kitchen

Posted on November 2, 2019 by Chase Demko
The best way to choose what you need in your kitchen is to first decide what it is you will be cooking in there.The best suggestion I ever heard on this matter is to find five dishes you really love.The dishes you like to find on menus at restaurants.The next thing you need to do is learn to prepare those dishes to your standards.This will take some time, and some study, but I guarantee you it's well worth the effort...

Make it With Mint

Posted on October 14, 2019 by Chase Demko
It would not be summer without fresh mint in pots on the front porch and in the backyard.Mint is so easy to grow, it has such a wonderful fresh scent, and it may be used for a number of things.Here are some easy ways to utilize mint:- Place a few fresh spearmint or peppermint sprigs in a teapot with your preferred tea.Let steep for 2-3 minutes and serve.- Use sprigs of mint as a pretty garnish for a special dessert...

Garlic: A Quick Guide

Posted on September 1, 2019 by Chase Demko
Garlic, there's nothing like the smell of garlic.It's great in soups and sauces, roasted with meats or on it's own, and it's wonderful mixed with butter and slathered on bread and then baked.The scientific name for garlic is Allium Sativum.It's related to the lily and the onion.Although associated with the onion, and using a taste that really slightly resembles that of an onion, garlic doesn't bring tears to the eyes when sliced...