2016

Tips For Purchasing A Gift Basket That People Will Actually Use

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If you have ever received a gift basket, there is a good chance that you didn't use everything that was in it. It is difficult for others to put together a gift basket where every item is useful due to the sheer variety of items that need to go into the basket. Here are some tips for purchasing a gift basket that people will actually use. 1. Get One That Consists Mostly, or Entirely, of Food

4 October 2016

Why You Should Use A Catering Service For Your Day Care Facility

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One of the challenges of operating a day care facility is providing meals for all of the children. Chances are that you will be responsible for providing breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack. With so many meals within a day, you may feel like you are constantly preparing food instead of focusing on the children. Here are a few reasons why you should consider using a catering service to provide food for the kids.

6 April 2016

A Guide To Different Types Of Beer

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If you are considering installing a kegerator or other draft beer system in your kitchen, man-cave, entertainment room or any other area in your home, it is important that you not only get the best beer system installation in your area, but that you also know what beers to try. There are some key types of beer that are enjoyed by people on a regular basis. This guide will highlight some of the best beers you can try, so that you know which way to turn for excellent options.

23 March 2016

How To Properly Grill Your Poussin Chicken With Thyme

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If you want to have a delicious chicken treat, you need to buy poussin chicken and grill it. If you have never had a poussin chicken, it is a very small chicken that is only a couple of weeks old. It is not to be confused with a spring chicken, which is still a very young chicken, but is a little older and bigger than a poussin chicken. Poussin chickens do not have very much fat on them and have a very delicate and unique flavor.

14 January 2016

High Tea Etiquette: A Simple Guide

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The Duchess of Bedford between 1788 and 1886, Anna, is credited with creating the tradition of high tea in Britain. Before tea was introduced to the country, two main meals were served: breakfast and dinner. Dinner was initially served in the afternoon, but it was later shifted to a late hour at night during the 18th century. As a result, Anna usually felt famished by four o'clock and asked servants to sneak in some tea and a few snacks into her room at Belvoir Castle.

11 January 2016

Hosting A Gathering With Kosher Guests: What You Can Do

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When you live in a household that does not keep kosher, you likely never think about the ways in which kosher and non-kosher dining practices differ. However, if you are holding a gathering at your home in which you will be serving appetizers or snacks to a person who does keep kosher, you may find yourself at a loss as far as what you can and cannot do and serve. Before you panic or accidentally serve your kosher guests something that they cannot eat, get to know some of the things that you can do to honor their dietary requirements and have a happy and inclusive gathering.

8 January 2016