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Online butcher providing high quality and affordable meat across the country

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 Simon M. Williams (February 13, 2013)  People who are still buying their meat from supermarkets may not be aware of the numerous benefits that come with purchasing produce from an online butcher. Those who have already discovered the benefits and are making use of an online butcher, however, often do so because of the high standard of meat available and the extremely pleasing prices that the produce is sold for. Not only can . (Main Course)

How to Cook Kobe Beef Recipes the Traditional Japanese Way

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 Derry Lee (January 24, 2013)  Kobe beef comes from the Japanese Wagyu cattle that are very famous for its tenderness and appetizing flavor. Because this is a famous Japanese creation, there is no better way of cooking it than how the Japanese would. Here are some Kobe beef recipes that can be made out of this famous meat. Wagyu shabu-shabu Here are the ingredients:- One pound of Kobe beef tenderloin or sirloin cut .. (Main Course)

Types Of Beef Cuts You Should Know

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 Derry Lee (January 22, 2013)  Shopping for beef can be very complicated, especially for an amateur cook. Today, there are so many kinds of beef available n the market and they are offered in different cuts and sizes. You can buy premium beef, like Wagyu, in different cuts and slices. If you are confused about which sort of beef cuts you want for your meal, you may spend hours going around and browsing for the right .. (Main Course)

How To Cook Kobe Beef To Perfection

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 Derry Lee (January 10, 2013)  Kobe beef is one of the best meat cuts in the world. The meat comes from the breed of Wagyu cattle from Japan. People buy Kobe beef because of its tenderness and unparalleled richness. It is also very versatile. It can be eaten raw or cooked by grilling, frying or sautéing. The following are some of the best ways to prepare and cook Kobe beef: Kobe Beef Burgers The secret to .. (Main Course)

Top Steak Recipes For The Holidays

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 Derry Lee (January 10, 2013)  The holiday season is in the air. What better way to celebrate this joyous event than to prepare special and scrumptious meals for the whole family? Steaks are one of those treats that people look forward to during special events like Thanksgiving and Christmas. Here is a compilation of some of the most delicious steak meals that you can prepare for the family this festive season. .. (Main Course)

Tips for Grilling T-bone Steaks or Porterhouse Steaks

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 Derry Lee (January 01, 2013)  T-bone steaks and porterhouse steaks are really good, especially for those who love to eat meat. It has a very rich and delicious flavor. Kobe beef steaks and regular beef steaks offered by restaurants are also enjoyable to eat, but it takes a lot to actually make one by yourself that is similar to those served in your favorite steak houses. The first thing to know is it’s .. (Main Course)

Time To Get Benefits Of Grain Trading!

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 Rajib Dam (November 26, 2012)  Grain Trading Providing Bright Future Prospects The history of grain trading is quite old. Since grain is being grown, grain trading is in existence. The traders involve in grain trading can make unusual profits if they take help of a good service provider. Definitely, grain trading has bright future, but it requires understanding of grain market and several other conditions like .. (Main Course)

New disposable Takeaway Noodle Boxes - what are their benefits?

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 Robert James Daniel (January 27, 2012)  The new range of takeaway food pails feature round sides and a square top for a completely individual disposable takeaway food experience. The striking construction is specifically engineered for the highest level of strength and heat resistance. These takeaway food pails are made from PE coated virgin grade food compatible material, available in 3 different sizes, 16oz, 26oz and 32oz .. (Main Course)

Bringing the Fish Home: Fishing Techniques

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 Charuka Abhayawickrama (April 12, 2011)  When it comes to fish most of us only think of eating them while for others the thought of how to cook them also comes in to mind. But in reality a huge process of catching fish must ensue long before the fish ever reach our plates. While fishing has evolved from the most basic and crudest methods including by hands and with hunting sticks, the process has largely become streamlined. So . (Main Course)

Long Beach Caterer - What They Can Help With

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 Derek Groves (March 22, 2011)  Anyone interested in hiring a professional Long Beach caterer might be a little uncertain as to what they can help with. With this in mind, it goes without saying that caterers primarily handle food and drink; however, they can also assist event planners with the theme of the event and how it can tie in with the food, as well as the staff and any accessories required to make the event a . (Main Course)

Choripan - The Sausage Sandwich of Argentina

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 Jim Andrew (February 08, 2011)  Like a taco is to Mexicans or a gyro is to Greeks, the Choripan is the most recognized street food in Argentina. It’s one of those ubiquitous cultural icons that unifies a country by combining all the things that they love into one little package that nourishes and comforts its people no matter what their socioeconomic status might be. It’s a real simple equation: fresh .. (Main Course)

Bread, Anyone?

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 Trent Vaughn (January 21, 2011)  I have always been a big fan of breads. Yes, that I can last a whole week just by eating bread alone. I always find myself amazed and mesmerized going inside a bakery or a café with breads displayed on the shelves. I don’t know what is with breads that gives out such fulfilling feeling. Serve it with peanut butter and jam, or tossing ham with lettuce, tomatoes and cheese, .. (Main Course)

The Elements of an American Hamburger Sandwich

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 Trent Vaughn (January 15, 2011)  A lot of people barely know that without the inclusion of meat which is of prime quality in making American Hamburger sandwich, their efforts are worthless. This simply implies that a patty of the ground beef in the soft round bun is what makes the American Hamburger Sandwich perfect. However, coupled with pickles, onions, ketchup and other condiments, one is able to have that .. (Main Course)

The Top 5 Benefits of Grilling over Catering

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 Justin Freud (December 02, 2010)  Are you planning an upcoming corporate event for your office? A birthday party for you teenage son? Perhaps a school fundraiser? Are you considering providing food for your guests, and considering catering from a local restaurant? Before you make that call to the caterer, consider grilling at your event. Here is why: 1. The Food is Fresh Let’s face it. Sometimes catered food .. (Main Course)

Local Foods in Korea: Korean Food Culture Series - Part 6

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 Sylvia Kwon (October 14, 2010)  Although Korea is currently separated into the south and the north, the nation was once divided into eight provinces according to the administrative districts of the Joseon Dynasty. The northern region included Hamgyeong Province, Pyeongan Province and Hwanghae Province; the central region consisted of Gyeonggi Province, Chungcheong Province and Gangwon Province; and the southern region . (Main Course)

Kimchi, the fundamental Korean food: Korean Food Culture Series - Part 5

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 Sylvia Kwon (October 14, 2010)  In Korea, there is a saying “gimjang (kimchi for winter use) is half of one's winter provisions. " No matter how sumptuous a banquet may be, a banquet spread without kimchi is unimaginable. Just like rice, another staple, kimchi is an indispensable food to all Koreans, rich and poor alike. Since the Joseon Dynasty, preparing kimchi for the winter was an enormous domestic event. .. (Main Course)

Royal Korean Cuisine: Korean Food Culture Series - Part 4

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 Sylvia Kwon (October 14, 2010)  Surasang (a table setting for a king) Royal Cuisine – royal meal and royal table setting for celebratory occasions What did kings in the Joseon Dynasty normally eat? Meals prepared for kings are specifically called sura, and a table set with sura is called surasang (sang means a dining table in Korean). Sura is not a word of Korean origin. It is a Mongolian term that was .. (Main Course)

Special Food for Seasonal Occasions: Korean Food Culture Series - Part 3

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 Sylvia Kwon (October 13, 2010)  Foods enjoyed on festive days and in particular seasons in Korea Foods for special occasions include festive foods that were enjoyed on holidays in particular months and seasonal dishes prepared with foods produced in the current season. Throughout the year, Korean ancestors prepared different foods for each holiday and enjoyed fresh foods grown in the spring, summer, fall and winter. . (Main Course)

Overview of Korean Food: Korean Food Culture Series - Part 1

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 Sylvia Kwon (October 13, 2010)  With the success of the Korean drama Daejanggeum, orJewel in the Palace, in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Japan, the popularity or Korean foods are rising in Asia. The rising popularity is also attributable to the Korean Wave (Hallyu) sweeping Asia. For more understanding of Korean food, Visitkorea. or. kr will present you with a series of eight articles on the introduction of Korean food with . (Main Course)

Spiced Leg of Lamb

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 Mary Mechler (May 10, 2010)  I haven't decided yet, but I usually rotate the main course between lamb, ham, beef tenderloin. This has been such a cold and LONG winter that I'm thinking something really ‘Spring-y’ sounds great. What are you planning? Are you having a large group of guests? Something a little smaller and more intimate? Kids involved? That last question is a real menu challenge at times. .. (Main Course)

Italian Food Online

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 John Bobsert (February 09, 2010)  When many non-Italians, think of popular Italian food, they are usually guilty of thinking only about pizza, spaghetti, meatballs and lasagna. This is usually expressed in there cooking too when they feel they are cooking Italian food while in reality they are not really. But anyone who has ever been to Italy will tell you that popular Italian food is actually more than just pasta and .. (Main Course)

Lobster is Luxurious and Affordable For Dinner

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 Shannon Linnen (January 15, 2009)  There are many luxuries that we like to give ourselves and our families that take us out of our homes. A fancy day at the spa, or a visit to a hot new restaurant perhaps, or even tickets to a show. These are all a great time, but with all of the travel to and from, and going to the events it can be hard to really connect with your family. That's why I often prefer to stay in and relax .. (Main Course)

Ground Beef Spaghetti Casserole That's Diabetic Friendly

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 Linda Carol Wilson (January 10, 2009)  Whether you are a beginning cook or an experienced one, this is a recipe you will be proud to serve. It is simple, easy and delicious. This dish is easy to assemble and only needs a half hour to bake. In this one dish you have grains, vegetables, meat, and dairy products. Add a tossed salad or steamed fresh broccoli, some crusty bread, and you have an easy, healthy meal for your family . (Main Course)

Fresh Lobsters Taste Great, and is a Great Deal

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 Shannon Linnen (December 10, 2008)  One of the best things about living on a coast is fresh seafood. Who doesn't love a delicious gumbo or paella or any of the other great seafood dishes you can make when you've got access to the best. It's one of the great parts about growing up as a kid close to the water. And if you are someone who grew up that way, but then moved away from the coast, you probably miss coming home to .. (Main Course)

Buy Smoked Salmon, A Budget Treat!

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 Sherry Shantel (December 10, 2008)  There are many great ways to make entertain, but one of the most fun for you and your guests is with food. Having company over, whether a few good friends, or a large crowd from the office, it's must easier to break the ice when everyone has a snack in their hands. With these tougher economic times, you may have had to scale back on your catering purchases, or would like to cook from .. (Main Course)

Turkey Pecan Enchiladas - An Easy, Tasty, Economical Main Course

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 Linda Carol Wilson (December 08, 2008)  This is a great dish for using up your leftover turkey or chicken. But you don't have to wait to use leftovers! This is a great dish anytime. Turkey Pecan Enchiladas-doesn't the name just make your mouth want to water? This is a great dish for budget-conscience cooks, too. The ingredients are very reasonable and it makes several servings. Make these Turkey Pecan Enchiladas the .. (Main Course)

Persian Apricot Chicken

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 Diana Griffiths (October 30, 2008)  This recipe takes it's inspiration from the Parsee tradition of using fruit in cooking, and is deeply rooted in the Persian ancestry of many Indians and their food. Serves 4 * 175g dried apricots * 4 tbsp vegetable oil * 2 small pieces of cinnamon stick * 2 chopped onions * 500 g chicken breast diced into 2cm pieces * 4 tomatoes chopped * 2 tbsp chopped fresh coriander * salt for the .. (Main Course)

Ideas on Easy Recipes For Pork Chops

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 John C McRae (October 28, 2008)  When preparing the family meal it is a good idea to look at pork chops. There are a lot of easy recipes for pork chops. They can be discovered all across the World Wide Web and in a lot of respected cook books. The purpose of this article is to give you a few thoughts about how you will be able to locate easy recipes for pork chops as well as various methods by which they can be cooked. . (Main Course)

Cheap, Easy and Tasty - Saucy Salisbury Steak

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 Tracy Sarah (October 28, 2008)  With the economy in its present state and food costs rising, restaurant business is down by 20% . If you're trying to cut down on your food expenses here's an easy, tasty and cheap recipe that you will like. Saucy Salisbury Steak For the steak: 1 ¼ lb. Ground chuck, ground sirloin or lean ground beef ¼ cup minced fresh parsley ¼ cup shredded parmesan cheese 1 clove garlic, minced .. (Main Course)

How About Dinner in 30 Minutes? Menus For Week of October 12

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 Elizabeth Randall (October 13, 2008)  I just love all the foods of Fall! The crispy, crunchy fruits and vegetables go so well with the heartier menus for the cooler evenings. Time to bring out the crock pot for delightful soups, stews, and slow-cooked meals. Because I know that you are as busy as I am, I have included two different ‘cook once - eat twice’ meals this week giving you four meals for the main .. (Main Course)

Acorn Squash to Die For

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 Diane Palmer (October 08, 2008)  Once the summer is over and school starts again, we slowly switch gears into fall. For most people, that conjures up memories of harvest time, smells, apple pie, pumpkins, acorn squash, family gatherings, and playing in the leaves to name a few. It is amazing what your memory will reveal when exposed to a familiar scent, such as a crisp fall day and apple pie. For me it is a memory of .. (Main Course)

Vintage Recipes For Chinese Style Entrees

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 Linda Carol Wilson (October 02, 2008)  Chinese-style meals are not only tasty, they are usually quick, easy, inexpensive and healthy. In my vintage recipe collection I have two great recipes to share. Chicken and Vegetables Chinese is definitely a recipe that has the above mentioned attributes. It is easy to make, doesn't take much time, the ingredients aren't expensive, and it makes six servings of only 200 calories each. .. (Main Course)

Shrimp and Grits - Simple Food, Not Fast Food

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 Rex Freiberger (September 12, 2008)  When you hear the words shrimp and grits, you naturally think of the Southern states that border the Gulf of Mexico: Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. This is not a dish prepared often in Florida or Texas, since these states have developed different cuisines of their own. Texas is the oil and beef region, while Florida is a bit of heaven for senior citizens and college kids. Shrimp .. (Main Course)

Family Grocery Shopping and Saving Money Menu Planning

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 Jaycee Fox (September 03, 2008)  Let me share with you a secret that has saved me countless hours during my week - it's menu planning. It may sound simple, but it really works. Menu planning can also give you extra money in your pocket. I have to confess though, I haven't always been consistent with it, and so all the more reason I have something to compare it to. The concept is quite simple really. Instead of walking . (Main Course)

Order a Complete Gourmet Meal Online

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 Ted Goldberg (September 02, 2008)  Sure, I knew you could order from Pizza Hut and Domino's. I knew it was a popular choice for college kids. But, I could order a seven course gourmet meal and have it delivered to my door. I know that some people merely look at food as fuel. I suppose that's the best choice if you have problems controlling your weight. But, I look at a meal as an “experience" and everything .. (Main Course)

The Muffuletta Sandwich

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 Darrell Roach (August 31, 2008)  The Muffuletta is a Sicilian specialty sandwich that is affectionately called The Muff. When the Italians came to America The Muff was adopted by the southern states and specifically New Orleans. The Muff was made famous in 1906 by the Central Grocery shop of New Orleans. The Muff is like the ultimate club sandwich and then some. The Muff is made of a 10 inch wide round loaf or .. (Main Course)

Tips For Picking Steaks

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 John A. Brooks, Jr (August 25, 2008)  As a third generation butcher at B&B Grocery, Meat & Deli, I'm often asked how to pick out a perfect steak. Here's what I tell my customers. Don't just pick out any steak. That is one of the worst things you can do. All steaks are not the same. Therefore, take your time when picking out a steak. There are steaks that are better for grilling and some steaks are better to slow cook. .. (Main Course)

Grilled Mahi With Coconut Lime Sauce, Bamboo Rice, Stir Fry Veggies and Pineapple Salsa

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 Gregory Anne Cox (August 19, 2008)  These recipes just embody summer with fresh fish, plenty of fresh veggies and fruit in the salsa as well as a fragrant newcomer to the rice category, Bamboo rice. This is a short grain rice that is bathed in the juice of young bamboo sprouts to add nutrition and flavor. Love the color too. I've included the sauce and salsa recipes here. I am going to assume that you are a master at .. (Main Course)

Fish The Healthy and Nutritious Way

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 Mary Anne Durkee (July 24, 2008)  I was watching the channel “Discovery Travel and Living" the other day. Food related shows are definitely one that catches my attention. They are a great source of information about food in particular and of course not to mention the numerous wonderful recipes. Last evening was what I call a “foodie evening" on the channel. This is one reason that I love Thursdays. There is .. (Main Course)

Hungarian Beef Goulash

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 Sunil Tanna (July 16, 2008)  Goulash is a well-known dish from Hungary. In Hungary, where the dish is known as “gulyás" or “gulyásleves", goulash was traditionally eaten by cattlemen and cowherds working on the Great Hungarian Plain (which lies partly in southern and eastern Hungary, but also extends into several neighbouring countries). Of course, cattlemen could not carry large amounts of cooking .. (Main Course)

Turkey Breast

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 Ian Pennington (July 16, 2008)  Internal temperature is an important issue when preparing turkey breast. All the experienced chefs and informative cookbooks will give you their best guess for the perfect turkey breast cooking time. It all depends on the weight. One way to be certain that the roasting is done is a meat thermometer. Check the meat regularly to see if the internal temperature has reached 170 degrees .. (Main Course)

Real Jamaican Jerk Chicken Recipe

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 Sunil Tanna (July 14, 2008)  Jerk is one of the most popular styles of Jamaican cooking. It is used for cooking meat, traditionally pork or goat, but nowadays chicken and fish as well. All jerk dishes are spicy, even fiery, but they can be very tasty and are appreciated by many spice lovers. The main secret behind the flavor of jerk is in the preparation of the meat. This is done by marinading the meat in a .. (Main Course)

Guide to Buying Online Steaks and Meats

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 Heather Barry (July 14, 2008)  The Internet has become a very popular place to purchase high quality steaks, meats and other food products. The question for most online buyers of these products is “Am I getting the best product for the best price". A number of factors should be taken into account before you purchase any food product online. In this editorial, we are going to focus primarily on steaks, but will .. (Main Course)

Grilled Chicken Breasts and Grilled Potato Medley

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 Dale Klessig (July 09, 2008)  This is a great summer chicken recipe for the grill. It can be served with a variety of side dishes or other summer fare. We are serving it with our favorite medley of potatoes and vegetables. Boneless skinless chicken breast halves, fresh or thawed salt 1 tbsp onion powder 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese 3 cloves garlic, minced 2 tablespoons chopped fresh chives 1/4 cup fresh lime .. (Main Course)

Baked Fish Fillet Sandwich With Broccoli Slaw

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 Dale Klessig (July 02, 2008)  Baked Fish 6 Cod or Haddock fillets 1 tbsp lemon juice 2 tbsp light Miracle Whip 1/8 tsp onion flakes 1/8 tsp Durkee Citrus Blend Seasoning (Lemon pepper seasoning can be substituted) 1/3 cup cracker crumbs (Butter style cracker) Cooking Spray Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Thaw fish fillets completely before cooking. Wash fillets and pat dry. Place fish fillets in a baking dish coated .. (Main Course)

The Wide World of Pizza in Pizza Restaurant

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 R Freeman (June 26, 2008)  Travel across Italy and you will hear people from different regions claiming that their part of the country is the birthplace of the pizza pie. As the dough rises this will be a debate that carries on to the end of time. What is clear when it comes to pizza is that through the years there have been many tasty variations on the theme. Through this article you are provided a peak of some .. (Main Course)

Unique Features of Chicago Style Pizza

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 R Freeman (June 26, 2008)  One of the most popular types of pizza in the United States and Canada as well as in other parts of the world is Chicago style pizza. Through the years more and more people have taken to ordering and enjoying Chicago style pizza. Chicago styles pizza is distinguished by a number of different factors. For example, Chicago style pizza is a particularly deep dish style of pie. In this .. (Main Course)

How to Make Alarm Clock Maple-Pecan Chicken

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 Rachael Rizzo (June 18, 2008)  The house on the corner - Anytime you are traveling to or from town, you can see it in all its glory. You'll know the one; there are blueberry bushes in the front of the house (for making wine, of course) and 20 cows feasting off a huge mountain of hay for their disposal. All this, and it is only on less than one quarter of an acre. It wasn't bad at first. After all, they added .. (Main Course)

The Welsh Foods of Patagonia

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 Dyfed Lloyd Evans (May 02, 2008)  During the 18th and 19th century many Welsh people sought to escape Britain for both linguistic and religious reasons to found new homelands. Many Welsh colonies were founded, some in very surprising places but most were subsumed into the native culture. One exception to this was in Pagtaonia (Argentina) where Welsh is still spoken and a new Cymro-Hispanic culture has emerged. This .. (Main Course)

Different Types of Pizza

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 Chad R Fisher (April 29, 2008)  There are lots of Italian restaurants all across the country; and they generally serve a style of pizza unique to their area. So, no matter what kinds of pizza you enjoy, you can find chain restaurants like Pizza Hut and Domino's, or the local mom-and-pop sort of places; and each has its own unique style of pies. One of the most popular is the good, old-fashion New York-style pizza. .. (Main Course)




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