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How to Choose Perfect Menu for Indian Wedding Reception

How to Choose Perfect Menu for Indian Wedding Reception

Everyone should get enough and food should be there in plentiful. Not only food but there should also be options of drinks made available.

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Heather Krasovec

An Appetizer Recipe For Your Gas Grill - Stuffed Bacon-Wrapped

This is my favorite appetizer recipe for the gas grill, without a doubt. It is also the one that friends and family ask for the most often. I have always loved...

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My favorite meal of the day has always been breakfast. Nothing beats the cooking odors emanating from the kitchen in the morning. Fresh brewed coffee and sizzling bacon are two of the most

By: Reggie Bean l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jul 22, 2012

My first bratwurst was grilled and on a bun. That’s all it took to supplant polish sausage as my new number one. Luckily I’m part German, so there is no Polish guilt. I now try to incorporate

By: Reggie Bean l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jul 22, 2012

Football season is upon us once again. Whether you are a fan or a disgruntled spouse, there is no reason you can't have an enjoyable day stuffing your face. Walk away from the processed frozen

By: Reggie Bean l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jul 22, 2012
Linda Carol Wilson

For a delicious, tasty, and easy to prepare vegetable for diabetics, zucchini is right up there at the top of the list. The recipes in this article offer a variety of ways to prepare this wonderful

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jul 05, 2012

Indian regions can be generally classified as North, South, East and West. The culture and food habits of the people in each of these regions are very different. The style of cooking and the taste of

By: Indu Nair l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jul 05, 2012

Looking for a special dish for the Fourth of July? I have a great recipe for you that is cheap, fun and quite easy to prepare! I call this recipe, the 4th of July Chicken Marinade Recipe!

By: Spencer Arnold l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jul 03, 2012

When the clock strikes 5:00 PM, a lot of us are stuck in the kitchen, wondering what's going to be for dinner. When its running late and still no idea comes to mind, I have a simple yet delicious

By: Spencer Arnold l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jul 03, 2012

Greek cuisine is a real gem in the Mediterranean. In this article I will give you some ideas for healthy and quick traditional Greek breakfasts you can prepare yourself.

By: Maria Valladolid l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 30, 2012
Tony D Morinelli

Panzetta is the Italian American name, at least in Philadelphia, for stuffed breast of veal. The dish seems to be unknown in Italy and is all but forgotten among this generations Italian Americans.

By: Tony D Morinelli l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 29, 2012
Sutapa Ghosh

Eggs as we all know contain very high quality protein and nine very essential amino acids. Today I am using this healthy power house of nutrition that is egg to make a very delicious crispy egg

By: Sutapa Ghosh l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 29, 2012

Forget wondering what you're going to do with all that summer squash! The following recipes will make you wish you'd planted more!

By: Brenda Neugent l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 29, 2012

Pizza bases are very easily available in the market these days, however if you want to make them at home, here is the recipe. Preparation Time: 25 mins...

By: Piotr Michalowski l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 27, 2012
Tony D Morinelli

An article about traditional "straciatella" or escarole soup. Folks these days often call it Italian wedding soup but no Italian ever called it that.

By: Tony D Morinelli l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 22, 2012
Sameena Azad

This easy veg cheese wrap is the best and trendy way to make your children eat vegetables. This home-made wrap is rich in nutrients and low in fat and sodium content. Healthy for all ages.

By: Sameena Azad l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 19, 2012
Betsy McGuire

Put down the pasta and use barley for your picnic salad instead. Barley has more fiber, protein and minerals that pasta and tastes great. Check out this recipe for a chilled barley salad.

By: Betsy McGuire l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 13, 2012

This recipe is for an old Southern favorite, Candied Yams. Traditionally served at holidays, it is suitable all year long. Very easy to make and suitable even for those with little cooking experience.

By: K. A. Miller l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 13, 2012

From childhood onward this has been my favorite dish of all time. It's a down-home recipe from the sand hills of Eastern North Carolina. It takes about two hours to prepare and cook, but it is well

By: Keith Mills l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 08, 2012
Colin W Brazendale

Maize Porridge is a staple food in South Africa. It is known as Polenta in other regions of the world. It is a popular breakfast cereal in most parts of South Africa.

By: Colin W Brazendale l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 05, 2012
Anukriti B Parsai

Warm puddings are not limited to winters only. You can eat them in spring as well as summer. For me, warm puddings are heaven-sent on a rainy day.

By: Anukriti B Parsai l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 05, 2012
Anukriti B Parsai

The ever-popular Indian fry bread has made a niche for itself in the bread market all over the world. They are easy to make; there is no standing or rising time required. They can be served at dinner

By: Anukriti B Parsai l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 05, 2012
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Everyone should get enough and food should be there in plentiful. Not only food but there should also be options of drinks made available.

By: Indu Nair l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 157 lComments: 0
Heather Krasovec

Most people have had carrot cake and this gives them expectations when eating it. This once healthy dessert is now loaded with sugar and white flour. It is then smothered in a sugary icing further

By: Heather Krasovec l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 129 lComments: 0
Emma M Henry

Moussaka is a hearty, flavorsome baked eggplant dish. There are many variations of a Moussaka, depending on the country of origin. This particular recipe here is a modern take of a Greek Mousakka

By: Emma M Henry l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 18, 2012 lViews: 97 lComments: 0
Anukriti B Parsai

The ever-popular Indian fry bread has made a niche for itself in the bread market all over the world. They are easy to make; there is no standing or rising time required. They can be served at dinner

By: Anukriti B Parsai l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 05, 2012 lViews: 91 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

For a delicious, tasty, and easy to prepare vegetable for diabetics, zucchini is right up there at the top of the list. The recipes in this article offer a variety of ways to prepare this wonderful

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jul 05, 2012 lViews: 89 lComments: 0
Heather Krasovec

This is my favorite appetizer recipe for the gas grill, without a doubt. It is also the one that friends and family ask for the most often. I have always loved traditional, deep-fried jalapeno

By: Heather Krasovec l Food and Drink > Recipes l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 81 lComments: 0

Breakfast is, undoubtedly, the most essential meal of the day. But today most of the people tend to miss this important meal of the day due to lack of time. It is important to consume a wholesome

By: Anamika Swami l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 12, 2012 lViews: 79 lComments: 0

Indian regions can be generally classified as North, South, East and West. The culture and food habits of the people in each of these regions are very different. The style of cooking and the taste of

By: Indu Nair l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jul 05, 2012 lViews: 72 lComments: 0
Betsy McGuire

Put down the pasta and use barley for your picnic salad instead. Barley has more fiber, protein and minerals that pasta and tastes great. Check out this recipe for a chilled barley salad.

By: Betsy McGuire l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 13, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Lisa Yun Baker

Every morning the clock will wake me up at seven fifteen. I spend five minutes to brush teeth and take breakfast. But every time I hurry off to the bus station, the exact bus I want to take would

By: Lisa Yun Baker l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 04, 2012 lViews: 68 lComments: 0
Tony D Morinelli

Back in the day, Catholics and many other Christians observed a meatless Lent in the weeks preceding Easter. The ban on meat ended only with the feast of Easter. The feast when everything exploded in

By: Tony D Morinelli l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 20, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Anukriti B Parsai

Simple bread machine recipes are a must-have for all bread-lovers. Bread machines take the hassle out of hand-kneading the dough and wondering whether you got it right or not! They come with

By: Anukriti B Parsai l Food and Drink > Recipes l May 23, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0

Looking for a special dish for the Fourth of July? I have a great recipe for you that is cheap, fun and quite easy to prepare! I call this recipe, the 4th of July Chicken Marinade Recipe!

By: Spencer Arnold l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jul 03, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Heather Krasovec

Long ago Chestnut trees were plentiful in North America. They actually made up about a quarter of the native forest when European colonists came to these lands. Chestnuts were abundant, delicious and

By: Heather Krasovec l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 16, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Colin W Brazendale

Maize Porridge is a staple food in South Africa. It is known as Polenta in other regions of the world. It is a popular breakfast cereal in most parts of South Africa.

By: Colin W Brazendale l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 05, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0

From childhood onward this has been my favorite dish of all time. It's a down-home recipe from the sand hills of Eastern North Carolina. It takes about two hours to prepare and cook, but it is well

By: Keith Mills l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 08, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0
Tony D Morinelli

Panzetta is the Italian American name, at least in Philadelphia, for stuffed breast of veal. The dish seems to be unknown in Italy and is all but forgotten among this generations Italian Americans.

By: Tony D Morinelli l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jun 29, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Annette Welsford

Tomatoes are an incredibly versatile food ingredient that can be eaten raw, cooked or made into soups and sauces. They can be stuffed with meat, rice or breadcrumbs, and used as the main ingredient

By: Annette Welsford l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 23, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Terry Stokely

In today's world of "Heat and Serve" convenience, one of life's simple pleasures are the treats we bake with our own hands. You can learn to bake perfect, old fashioned cinnamon rolls that will have

By: Terry Stokely l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 21, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Jennifer S Rigby

Sometimes, the thought of coming up with another fantastic meal seems overwhelming and exhausting. Why not save some time and effort and attempt tested and family consumed gluten-free chicken recipes

By: Jennifer S Rigby l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 20, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
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Linda Carol Wilson

Forget all this expensive hoopla we now see as parents try to outdo parents for children's parties. Go back to a good old-fashion children's party by baking your own cupcakes, cookies, and punch.

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Recipes l Feb 29, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

If you follow my articles, you know I have a large collection of vintage/old fashion recipes. And I use them often. I find the old fashion cookie recipes to be especially tasty. The next time you

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Recipes l Feb 29, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

You can make tasty appetizers/snacks and desserts in your slow cooker or crockpot as easy as you can a roast or soup. Check out these recipes and get that cooker going!

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

When you need and quick, easy, hearty meal, turn to soup and/or salad. There is just something comforting about a yummy bowl of soup no matter the rush, problems you face, etc. Try this recipe for an

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

Seafood is a food catagory that is diabetic-friendly. The recipes in this article from appetizer to entrees are good choices to serve to the whole crowd. The Easy Shrimp Appetizers are good served

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 18, 2012 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Linda Carol Wilson

For a delicious, tasty, and easy to prepare vegetable for diabetics, zucchini is right up there at the top of the list. The recipes in this article offer a variety of ways to prepare this wonderful

By: Linda Carol Wilson l Food and Drink > Recipes l Jul 05, 2012 lViews: 89 lComments: 0

My last article was about entertaining with ease. So here are some recipes to save you from being stressed out before the guests arrive. They are pre-prepared, pop in the oven, tried and true dishes.

By: Deanna May Martin l Food and Drink > Recipes l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

Here are some wonderful recipes for the Irish in all of us as we celebrate St. Patrick's Day. My husband is Irish and he enjoys lamb stew, so I worked on a crock-pot variation for ease and convince.

By: Deanna May Martin l Food and Drink > Recipes l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Jennifer S Rigby

With all of the advertisement and food guide pyramid recommendations for milk intake, how does one who has dairy allergies compensate for their inability to consume milk? It all begins with a plan to

By: Jennifer S Rigby l Food and Drink > Recipes l Feb 24, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Jennifer S Rigby

When the world is full of high carbohydrate foods laden with flour, how is it possible to exclude these from the diet once the time comes? The solution to that problem is to obtain easy gluten-free

By: Jennifer S Rigby l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 06, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Jennifer S Rigby

Sometimes, the thought of coming up with another fantastic meal seems overwhelming and exhausting. Why not save some time and effort and attempt tested and family consumed gluten-free chicken recipes

By: Jennifer S Rigby l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 20, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0

Strapped for food in the mornings? Trying to be healthy but lacking the healthy food you need to stick to your diet? Don't worry, this article will explain everything you need to know to make sure

By: Jeremy Hendon l Food and Drink > Recipes l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Maria Antoniet Fornillos

We love sauces to enhance the flavor or to add moisture in the food. As other cuisines and ingredients have become more familiar to us, new unique flavor for sauces has expanded slightly. However,

By: Maria Antoniet Fornillos l Food and Drink > Recipes l Feb 28, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0

In an Evanston restaurant I met with fine dining Chef Jose Romero, at one of Chicago's best seafood restaurants. This award winning Chef is always in the know, and prides himself on serving amazing

By: Peter Mills, V l Food and Drink > Recipes l Dec 20, 2011 lViews: 59 lComments: 0

The chilling winters or a cold rainy day is the best occasion to try the new chili recipes. However, you can eat this any time during the year if you love them. You might be surprised that many

By: Ross Boew l Food and Drink > Recipes l Feb 24, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
J Delms

Popular in the Texas Rio Grande Valley, these pies might seem similar the rhubarb or gooseberry pies to their first-time imbibers. However, their flavor and texture are fairly unique, and their

By: J Delms l Food and Drink > Recipes l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Heather Krasovec

This is my favorite appetizer recipe for the gas grill, without a doubt. It is also the one that friends and family ask for the most often. I have always loved traditional, deep-fried jalapeno

By: Heather Krasovec l Food and Drink > Recipes l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 81 lComments: 0
Heather Krasovec

Long ago Chestnut trees were plentiful in North America. They actually made up about a quarter of the native forest when European colonists came to these lands. Chestnuts were abundant, delicious and

By: Heather Krasovec l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 16, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Heather Krasovec

Most people have had carrot cake and this gives them expectations when eating it. This once healthy dessert is now loaded with sugar and white flour. It is then smothered in a sugary icing further

By: Heather Krasovec l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 129 lComments: 0
Heather Krasovec

Brussel sprout are not loved by many people. I know many who refuse to even try these healthy vegetables because of past experiences. Here is a recipe that is sure to win over any Brussel sprout

By: Heather Krasovec l Food and Drink > Recipes l Apr 16, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
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