Choose Meat? Know Your Constitution First!
Eating excessive meat is not good, but speaking from the nutrition aspect, giving up meat is not an appropriate way for cultivating good health either. We advocate a balanced diet. Meat can be generally divided into three types: livestock, poultry and aquatic products. Pig, cattle and sheep belong to livestock; chicken, duck and geese belong to poultry; fish, shrimp and snails are aquatic products. They are different in taste and nutrient, being suitable for different people.Healthy Pizza – Tips For Making Your Pizza Healthier and Still Delicious
Pizza is a favorite food of many Americans. Unfortunately, it’s not always the healthiest. But the good news is, there are ways to make pizza healthy just by making a few changes to what you may normally be eating on your pie.All About Beijing Duck
OK so you’ve climbed the Great Wall, wandered through the Forbidden City, taken photos in the Temple of Heaven, walked through the gardens of the Summer Palace and completely ignored Wangfujin street. Now it is time for you to eat Beijing’s most classic dish, the Beijing Duck.Stir Fries: Making Great Dinners With Limited Time
The demands of modern day living rarely provide oodles of time, especially on workdays, for preparing complicated meals. Stir Fries provide one-dish options for easy, delicious and healthier meals.Join Professional Cooking Classes To Polish Your Cooking Skills
Cooking is one that activity which can come to your aid whenever you feel like beating your boredom. It takes very little effort and gives bigger joy to cook your favorite dish. Cooking is one of the best pastime and stress busters as well.Presenting Italy’s Pride: The Mozzarella Di Bufala
Mozzarella Di Bufala is a mozzarella cheese that is made from the milk of water buffalo rather than from a cow’s milk. Bufala Mozzarella originally comes from Italy. It is where the authentic and luscious Mozzarella Di Bufala is found.Cauliflower-Broccoli Gratin
Broccoli and cauliflower are available year round though their peak season is during the winter. Though broccoli is a more popular addition to dishes than cauliflower, the latter bakes up nicely as a hot deep-dish meal. Creamed in soups, cauliflower is wins hands down in the comfort-yet-delicious fair.Chicken Tarragon Pie
This savory pie is a delicious mix of fresh tarragon, mushrooms and chicken. I serve this with a mixed green salad, a vinaigrette dressing and fresh crusty bread for a quick, satisfying meal. There is something to be said for fresh tarragon and chicken combination. I learned it in France but it works. It’s a welcome change to fresh basil that the Italians have shared with us. Of course you can’t any more French than to add heavy cream, mushrooms and fresh tarragon in a saucepan.Onion Pie Recipe
As my French husband’s grandmother once told me, “Every recipe that I know of always begins by peeling an onion.” And she is right. Especially for any traditional French recipe. France and onions go together about as much as France and Bordeaux wine. You can’t separate the two.Lean On Pork
When you hear the words “pork chops,” what comes to mind? Greasy, overcooked meat that takes forever to chew? Or juicy, light, fork-tender meat full of flavor and cooked to perfection? If years of past experience scream “overcooked,” it’s time to be enlightened.Mussels in Cream Sauce, French Mouclade
I had never even seen mussels before coming to France. My first encounter with this shell food was in St. Malo with my fellow exchange students from Ohio University. All thirty of us were packed in a small hotel/restaurant, our menu pre-decided by an unknown culinary source.Here, Fishy Fishy Fishy
Walking around Los Feliz one day, waiting to see a movie at the beloved Vista Theatre, I stumbled upon the most glorious, hole-in-the-wall taco dive you can imagine. We’re talking about a place that is entirely family run, by people who might not speak a word of English, but who know how to make a juicy dream of a taco in their sleep.