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What Should You Leave the Babysitter for Dinner?

Posted by on Jun 26, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on What Should You Leave the Babysitter for Dinner?

You’ve finally got a babysitter organised so you can enjoy a date night with your husband, and then you realise you need to leave them something to eat for dinner. Here are some options you can consider. Assemble ingredients so they can cook from scratch While this looks like a great idea on the face of it, it has a few flaws. First depending on your babysitters cooking skills, everyone could easily end up with a burnt dinner. Equally in all likelihood you’ll end needing to wash all the pots and pans that get used, which...

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Have Your Cake & Eat it Too: 3 Ingredient Substitutions to Look for When on a Diet

Posted by on May 26, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Have Your Cake & Eat it Too: 3 Ingredient Substitutions to Look for When on a Diet

Obesity is becoming a worldwide epidemic and concern, and the rates of Australians that are overweight or obese continue to rise. Shockingly, almost 2/3 of adult Australians, or 63%, are considered to be overweight and obese. Choosing healthier food options and identifying healthier ingredients that can be used as a substitute are key components to weight management and weight loss. If you want to enjoy eating foods like cakes, here are 3 substitute ingredients that you should look for when on a diet. Stray Away from White Carbs & Opt for...

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Culinary Celebrations | 3 Eclectic Ideas For Throwing a Fabulous Sushi Party

Posted by on Mar 31, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When you enjoy cooking, chances are entertaining has always been part of your agenda. If you’ve decided to throw a sushi party at home, you’ve got your work cut out for you – but the effort of cooking up a storm and sharing homemade fresh sushi with friends is worth it in the end. Applied creatively, a sushi party is a surefire way to keep things interesting by celebrating birthdays, milestone events and holidays with the people you care about the most. Get your supplies from a local store or through a local sushi catering...

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Practical Tips For Checking The Hygiene Standard Of A Restaurant

Posted by on Feb 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When eating out in a restaurant, it is important to know that the standard of cleanliness is of critical importance to the staff and servers working there. It can help you to relax and put your mind at ease if you see that the restaurant maintains a high level of hygiene. Although it is very difficult to physically enter the kitchen to inspect the conditions there, there are a number of other checks you can make to infer that cleanliness is maintained throughout the whole running of the restaurant. Fortunately, these checks can be carried out...

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Catering for the footy grand final

Posted by on Jan 27, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If your club is catering to the footy grand final, you’ll need to work out how to feed and water the hungry masses as quickly as possible. If you’re tired on being on the sausage sizzle why not try a spit roast caterer this time? Here are some reasons it can work out easier for the club. Staffing You can get spit roast caterers such as Victorian Golden Roast to provide servers, which mean you don’t need to work out a roster of volunteers to man the barbeque. This means you can sit back and enjoy the day rather than...

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3 Must-try Dishes from Kerala

Posted by on Jan 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

India is a vast country, and the largest democracy in the world. Within this huge expanse of land, there are people who have many different religions, speak many different languages, and have completely different cultures. This diversity is also reflected in the food of India, and each region has its own type of cuisine and specialty dishes. Most of the Indian food that travels abroad is from the north and the Punjabi region in particular, but South Indian cuisine is on the rise in Indian restaurants in Australia and beyond. The southern...

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4 Tasty Chinese Meals Containing Fruit

Posted by on Dec 3, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Depending on the region of China, a range of fruits is used in cooking. Some traditional fruits include peaches, lychees, longans, pineapples, bananas, coconuts, rambutans, apples, dates, pears apples, apricots, pears, and persimmons. So next time you frequent your favorite Chinese restaurant, why not choose a the meal that includes fruit? Not only will you enjoy great taste, but your body will love you for the vitamins and antioxidants present in most fruits. Here are 4 tasty meals to consider containing fruit, and the health benefits of...

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3 Ancient Fast-foods To Consider In A Healthy Diet

Posted by on Nov 19, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Have you ever considered that a good old pizza, perhaps a curry, or even a few chunky slices of rye bread could play a major part of a healthy, nutritionally rich, low fat diet? If you haven’t yet, it’s worth looking a little closer. The quest for the best nutritionally balanced foods has been on-going far longer than magazines and daily newspapers began promoting their latest health diets. New diets throw up both highly beneficial, and occasionally not such beneficial discoveries. However, when looking at human eating habits...

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Mobile Phone Etiquette In A Restaurant

Posted by on Nov 14, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Is the use of a mobile phone in a restaurant appropriate?  Each day adults and teens spend hours on mobiles socializing, keeping up to date with news, playing games and even working.  When the time comes to sit at a restaurant or café, what are the social etiquette rules that need to be applied with respect to the use of mobile phones? Mobile Phone Etiquette Most people have no qualms placing a phone on the table when sitting for a coffee or meal with friends and family members. Sometimes the phone never gets touched, but when...

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