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Monthly Archives: October 2008

Discovering Chinese Food

Tweet A “meat and potatoes” man That’s what I had always been. In a restaurant, I had always ordered dishes familiar to me from my childhood. One day, however, I was coaxed into eating some food prepared the Chinese way and, to my surprise, found it enjoyable. The dish I had selected was pepper steak. […]

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Serving Champagne

Tweet Champagne is the symbol of celebrations and happiness, and joyfulness. You can say that it is the symbol of life. And Dom Perignon is the symbol of champagne. It’s as simple as that. So, the question is how should such a exquisite drink be served? Serving Dom Perignon champagne should be considered almost a […]

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Cognac: The King of Brandy

Tweet Before I got into wine, I didn’t know much about it: I thought Bordeaux was used to make bread, I assumed wine in a box was as good as any, and I figured that Cognac was the name of the guy who wrote On the Road. It turns out, I was wrong on all […]

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The Ins and Outs of Restaurant Management

Tweet Restaurant managers work in some of the most glamorous, exciting environments you can imagine. From luxury resorts in exotic locations to high-powered conference centers to the hottest restaurants, hotel and restaurant managers are working behind the scenes to ensure the excellence of their establishment. If you are looking for a challenging, rewarding career and […]

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Stainless Steel Cookware – Professional Chef Magazines

Tweet A set of stainless steel pots and pans will provide several pans of various sizes which will give you just what you need for any purpose or occasion. If you are struggling with unsightly, mismatched cookware, and having trouble finding a size that is appropriate for what you are trying to do, you might […]

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English Beer

Tweet Beer has been a staple in England for centuries, dating back to the days of Chaucer. The most popular type of beer in England is ale. Ale is a type that is brewed using hops and malt, making it strong and rather bitter. The English prefer ale (darker beer that uses more hops) to […]

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A Tasty History Of Chocolate Truffles

Tweet Chocolate truffles have been around for a long, long time, pleasing discerning palates the world over, and delighting both children and adults with their tasty cocoa-infused goodness. The modern chocolate industry as we know it came to life back in 1828 when the invention of the cocoa press made it possible to extract the […]

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