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17 Mexican Food in Austin Mexican cuisine is a popular cuisine that is loved worldwide, and the city of Austin, Texas, has some of the best Mexican restaurants in the country. Whether you are looking for classic dishes like tacos, enchiladas, and guacamole or more adventurous options like chiles rellenos and pozole, Austin has something...
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What is a Kosher Kitchen? The term Kosher has several meanings. It can mean “fits” or “approved”, for example, a kosher kitchen is one that fits the dietary rules of Jewish people, but it also refers to food that’s acceptable according to those same rules. A kosher kitchen is basically an environment or room that...
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When we mention Thailand, we immediately recognize that it is one of the world’s most renowned holiday destinations. From culture, religion, food, nature to adventure sports – Thailand promotes a unique culture. Exploring Thai Food Thai food plays a crucial role in the Thai way of life. In fact, it is fair to say that...
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In a bold move which challenged the mainstream medical though, three cardiologists have recently asserted that saturated fat does not actually enlarge the risk of a heart attack by clogging up arteries. This declaration has, unsurprisingly, received a great amount of criticism. In an editorial published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, these cardiologists...
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New York City chef, “Shorty Tang” was known for his Chinese cooking in 1973 and now his legacy is carried on by having his son and grandson open two new restaurants. His restaurant, Hwa Yuan, had sold a sizable amount of noodles a day. Tang’s recipe for sesame noodles has made it hard to get in...
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