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How to cook rhubarb

Although rhubarb is botanically a vegetable, it is used as a fruit, sometimes even referred to as “pie plant” because of its frequent use as pie filling. Except for its pink color, rhubarb is similar in appearance to celery. The acidity and intensity of flavor vary, and young stalks are more tender than older stalks. […]


How to cook rambutan

The rambutan is a rubbery red fruit about the size and shape of a golf ball. Short, flexible, curved spines give the fruit its name, which means “hairy” in Malay. Underneath the spiny shell is a sweet, juicy, translucent flesh similar to that of the lychee fruit. Another similarity to lychees is the one shiny […]


How to cook quince

The quince is a member of the same family as apples and pears. The mature fruit ranges in size and shape from that of a small plum to that of a large pear, depending on variety. In cool, temperate climates, the quince’s rough, woolly rind develops a golden color when ripe. Its firm, white flesh […]


Paleo Recipes

The Paleo lifestyle encourages a way of life that closely resembles that of our primitive hunter-gatherer ancestors. Society today is very particular with the food that they eat because of the healthy lifestyle that they want to lead. While most modern weight loss plans encourage dieters to avoid fatty foods like animal fat, heavy cream […]


How to cook pummelo

The pummelo is a pear-shaped citrus fruit that comes in a variety of sizes and colors and is believed to be the ancestor of the grapefruit. Normally between 4 and 7 inches in diameter (about the size of a cantaloupe), the pummelo can grow to the size of a large watermelon and weigh up to […]


How to cook prickly pear

Two to 4 inches long and shaped like an egg, the prickly pear has a coarse, thick skin that can be yellow, orange, pink, magenta, or red, depending on the variety. The inedible skin is dotted with tubercles that have small, almost invisible spines capable of pricking the skin. The prickly pear’s flesh is mildly […]


Bare Knuckle Training

I’ve read that Bare Knuckle Fighters used to soak their hands in Walnut oil-juice to toughen the hands. Is there any logic and value to this or were they just experiments?


Chicken Salad Chick Kennesaw to Open Today

Kennesaw, GA (PRWEB) October 28, 2014 Chicken Salad Chick, the nation’s newest fast-casual restaurant concept, is opening its new franchise location in Kennesaw today. The new restaurant is located at 425 Ernest Barrett Parkway NW, Unit 1010, Kennesaw, GA 30144. “We are so grateful for the success of our current Atlanta restaurants in Marietta […]


Give me ten ingredients for a salad and a dressing. You can have lettuce as the 11th. Would you?

This is my veggie salad: Carrot Cucumber Spanish olive Spanish onion Blueberry Apple Mushroom Red kidney beans Green and yellow capsicum Pastrami Italian dressing :p Rice salad: Basmati rice Yellow onion Cardamom seed Cinnamon stick Bay leaf Ground coriander Ground black pepper Turmeric Ground cumin Cayenne Raisin and saffron Thanks for the website allrecipes! Thanks […]




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