In the last few years, aluminum cookware has been frequently discussed as having negative effects on our health. Whether it's Alzheimer's or even heart issues, aluminum has developed a bad reputation. At the same time, aluminum has remained a popular source material for cookware like pots and pans.
Marshawn Lynch of the Seattle Seahawks has a reputation of not answering questions at press conferences and sometimes, doesn't even show up. So when Skittles approached him to do a press conference for Skittles and answer questions about football, he did it.
It's estimated that close to 112 million football fans will be glued to the screen this Sunday to watch the big game. And guess what? They all eat! One of the most popular foods is Pizza. Some simply make them at home, but if you're having the gang over, you'll need a lot of pizza.
As a regular reader of Bon Appetit magazine, I can tell you that many of the articles and recipes that they publish have to do with the higher-end of the culinary pyramid; You won't find many tater-tot hotdish recipes within its pages. That's why I was surprised to see them share a recipe for Dorito Bread on their Facebook page over the weekend.
Many folks are looking forward in 2015 as the year for getting in better shape. I drink lots of water myself, no more soda, and watch what and how much I eat. I ran across this article and want to pass it on to you.
The recent news about a woman getting drunk and arrested for being under the influence of vanilla begs the question: If vanilla is 70 proof (35 to 40 % alcohol) - why don't you have to buy it in a liquor store?
I love Martha Stewart. Yes, she can be a little pretentious at times - but she has every right to be: The woman knows her stuff! That's why when I ran across this article on her website, I was quick to check it out.
Of course you have, we all have at one time or another right? All you have to do is watch cars leaving the drive-in window at a fast food place, and before you know it, their reaching in the bag for a fry, or a quick burger bite.
I don't like Oreos - but you probably do. My dislike for them comes from my dislike for store-bought, commercially-manufactured baked goods (or, food in general for that matter). Someone must like them as their market share makes them one of America's favorite cookies. But have you ever wondered how they came to be?
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