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Dishes of the Canary Islands
by Sas_liz. The Canary Islands {word 1} has many nationalities at its roots but is particularly {word 2} by Spanish, Portuguese and North African dishes. The subtropical climate of the islands and the {word 3} warm weather all year create the ideal con...

Culinary Traditions Of The Caribbean Islands
by Kirsten Hawkins. Authentic Caribbean cuisine is truly an excellent representation of all the cultural influences the Caribbean Islands have experienced since Christopher Columbus' landing in the late 1400's. With a fine mixture of French Island and African ...

Dorada, Tropical And Reina - Beers Of The Canary Islands
by The Best Of The Canaries Team. The Canary Island archipelago is famous for its sunny beaches, night life, excursions, hiking… Well people seem to find these islands suitable for a wide range of activities. One common factor is the climate, the Canary Islands are blessed ...
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From the Canary Islands to San Antonio - the Origins of Tex-Mex
by Marti Kougel. As Americans, we all share a common bond of nationality. But one of the things that make us unique in the world is that we all have a regional heritage as well, each reflecting the history and culture of the indigenous inhabitants and the ...

From the Canary Islands to San Antonio - the Origins of Tex-Mex
by Cathy Hastings. As Americans, we all share a common bond of nationality. But one of the things that make us unique in the world is that we all have a regional heritage as well, each reflecting the history and culture of the indigenous inhabitants and the o...

Balearic Islands - cluster of great Spanish islands
by: Luki Johnson. A Spanish archipelago situated in the west Mediterranean Sea, Balearic Islands is a grouping of four key islands along with many other tiny islets. These Spanish islands are filled with sunny weather all year long and are an amazing holi...
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The Spice of life.
by G.entp13. "Hai re Nanadiya laal mirchi " (Alas, the sister in law is a red hot chilli pepper!) During my brother's wedding, this was the song sung by the ladies during the wedding ceremony. Whether it was a praiseworthy appraisal of my bad temper, or...
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The Use Of Herbs And Spice
by Michelle Bery -. Throughout history, the use of herbs and spice has given flavor and instant recognition to a myriad of cuisines in a host of different cultures. Before there was convenience food; before there were restaurants; before there were even recipe...
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Spice Up Your Life With Seafood
by Shannonlinnen. The Japanese suffer less heart attacks and cholesterol problems than many other nationalities. The Bengalis in India stay lean and healthy and they share a common feature with many other people staying near the sea. They love seafood and ca...

Spice Up Your Macaroni And Cheese
by Christine Steendahl. My child's favorite meal is macaroni and cheese. The cheesier it is the the more he enjoys it. I like it myself, but the cheesier it is, the more fattening it is, too. Here are some ideas to make that family classic a little healthier for t...
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Is it Time to Spice Up Your Life a Little?
by Lill Hawkins. Even with global warming breathing its hot breath down our necks, it's autumn in Maine and that means closing ourselves in for several months. The screens are in the garage, the windows are shut tightly, the doors are weatherstripped so tig...

Classic Spice Blends
Few people think of spice blends in terms of being important aspects of cookery. However, how many of us use pre-made curry powders and pre-made blends of herbs (Italian seasoning, for example). Spice blends are simply pre-made versions of ...

The Inevitable Job Interview Question
by Vickie Rousey. Spice up your life and extend it! By Vickie Rousey     A recent study suggests that to save your heart you need to head to the spice rack.  The study found that an active ingredient in turmeric called curcumin blocks the act...

Spice Up Your Cooking Today
by Robin Holland-smith. When it comes to preparing sumptuous dishes, we all need spices. The use of dried herbs in preparing food is not a new concept; history shows that dried herbs were used in cooking even thousands of years ago. There are hundreds of spices wh...

A Chefs Spice Reference
by Josh Stone. This guide is a quick look-up table for the commonly-used spices.Allspice - Comes from the unripe berry of the Pimienta dioica tree. It has a flavor that is similar to cinnamon, pepper, cloves, and nutmeg, and so it gets its name from the e...



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