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How to cook lime

The lime is a small citrus fruit with thin, smooth, dark-green skin, measuring about 1 to 1.5 inches in diameter. The pulp is pale green and is divided into 10 to 12 segments. The fruit has an aromatic taste but is too tart for eating out of hand. Its primary use is to flavor other […]


The Inn on First Chef Invited to Join Napa’s Downtown Association Chef Series

Napa, CA (PRWEB) October 21, 2014 Jim Gunther, chef at The Inn on First, was recently invited to be a part of Napa’s Downtown Association Chef Series. As part of this series, he demonstrates how to make the Corn Dog Omelet, a savory rolled omelet with spinach, prosciutto and cheese dipped in corn dog batter, […]


How to cook lemon

The lemon is a small, oval, bright-yellow citrus fruit that bulges at the blossom end. The flesh is tart and acidic and is not usually eaten out of hand. Lemons are available year-round, but production is slightly higher in the spring and summer. Family – Rutaceae Scientific name – Citrus limonia Common name – lemon […]


How to cook kumquat

The kumquat is a small fruit, about 1 to 2 inches in diameter, round or oval, that resembles a small orange in flavor and appearance. Its name is derived from the Chinese word “kam kwat”, meaning gold orange. Its thin, bright-orange skin has a sweet, spicy taste, and its slightly dry flesh, which contains numerous […]


How to cook kiwi

The kiwi is a small fruit (approximately the size and shape of a large hen’s egg) with a brown, hairy skin. Its flesh is bright green, with tiny, black, edible seeds arranged in circular rows. The fruit has a mild, sweet flavor, which has variously been described as resembling citrus, melon, and strawberry, with a […]


Celebrate Italian Heritage Month With Authentic Cocktails from Punzon

New York, NY (PRWEB) October 20, 2014 Punzoné, the first line of ultra-premium organic vodka to be introduced in the U.S., has a lot to celebrate this month. October marks Italian Heritage Month – a time when our country recognizes the achievements and contributions of Americans of Italian heritage and Italians in America. October also […]


How to cook jujubes

The jujube may be round or oblong and about the size of an olive or a date, depending on the variety. As the fruit ripens, maroon spots begin to appear on the thin, shiny, green skin until the entire fruit is reddish brown or almost black. Shortly after turning color, the crunchy fruit begins to […]


How to cook jackfruit

The jackfruit is the largest tree-borne fruit in the world, reaching 80 pounds in weight, up to 36 inches in length, and 20 inches in diameter. This oval fruit has a pale-green to dark-yellow rind when ripe and is covered with short, sharp, hexagonal, fleshy spines. The interior consists of large, soft, yellow bulbs that […]


How to cook guavas

Guavas are usually round or oval and approximately 2 to 4 inches in diameter. Embedded in the center of the pulp are numerous (100 to 500) tiny, peachcolored, round edible seeds. The seeds encircle a pulp that is softer, sweeter, and less granular than the outer part of the fruit. The thin skin, green and […]


Actos Lawsuits Continue To Be Filed By Wright & Schulte LLC Contending Development of Bladder Cancer After Taking Type Two Diabetes Medication

Columbus, OH (PRWEB) October 18, 2014 Wright & Schulte LLC has filed an Actos lawsuit on behalf of a Nebraska man who allegedly developed bladder cancer after using Actos to treat Type II diabetes. The Actos lawsuit against Takeda Pharmaceuticals America, Inc., states that the Nebraska man was prescribed the medication by his physician in […]




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