Friday, November 30, 2012

Turkey Leftovers

Thanksgiving Leftovers

Turkey Leftovers

Are you quickly running out of ideas for that mountain of leftover turkey lying dormant in containers in the fridge? This infographic by The Patchke Princess blog will help you demolish that mountain in six easy and delicious ways. It starts out excitingly with Turkey Salad with a Twist, follows it up with Turkey Soup with Stuffing Dumplings, the Gumbo Rah-Rah, Mushroom Turkey Burgers with Baked Zucchini, the Turkey Alfredo, and the zesty Spicy Turkey Corn Chowder. All recipes take leftover cooking to a whole new level, and focus all of its delicious energies into creating something new instead of dumping leftover turkey shreds into random sauces or open sandwiches. You can even try all of them in one sitting, as a six course meal! You will never tire of the turkey, as the recipes have tasty flavor combinations that will tickle and intrigue rather than bore your taste buds!

Source: ThePatchkePrincess.com

Friday, November 23, 2012

Teenagers Mealtime

Teens Eating Healthier

 

Teenagers and Mealtime

It’s a familiar story in households across the country. Teens are busy with school, work or that all-important social life, and they find it tricky to fit three square meals into their busy schedules.

 

According to this study breakfast seems to be most popular to miss, with 52% of teens skipping it altogether, compared to just 3% for dinner. Perhaps mum’s cooking really is as good as everyone says, but 5 out of ten are still happy to replace their dinner with fast food and takeaways too. That’s pretty grim reading.

 

 

And, terrible as they are at sticking to regular mealtimes, the nation’s teenagers are more often than not happy to just raid the fridge whenever they come in, night and day.

Unsurprisingly, this can often lead to less than healthy eating habits. A mix of cold cuts, leftover takeaways and pieces of cheese don’t always lead to a well balanced meal…

 

 

Robert Stone is a freelancer writer and graphic designer whose interests include food, healthy eating and coming up with tasty low fat recipes.

 

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Top Restaurants and Chefs

Top Restaurants and Chefs

 

The love for food has always been part of human existence, and every culture has its own cuisine to boast of. In recent times, however, the interest in good food has transcended boundaries. The term “foodie” has gotten used more often than necessary, perhaps, but it simply is a testament to how much people all over the world appreciate food that gives them joy.

 

 

For those who are in the restaurant and food business, getting their name out has never been easier. Or more difficult. There are those who have already established their reputations worldwide, so much so that it has reached a point where people purposely travel to visit these restaurants and partake of something a particular chef has concocted.

 

 

If you are a foodie who does not have qualms about hopping on a plane, or going on the road, mainly to try out restaurants all over the world, this infographic can serve as your travel guide. Check out the world’s 20 top restaurants and embark on a journey that will take you from Europe to the US to South America. Additionally, take a look at the top 10 chefs in the United States, as well as celebrity restaurants in Hollywood and US TV celebrity chefs.

 

 

Top Restaurants and Top Chefs Worldwide by Infographiclabs

Monnette Antoine loves nothing more than sitting for hours at a splendidly set table, although she would also give an arm and a leg to enjoy a laidback brunch. She loves her food and wine, which she regularly partakes of after her long days at working on infographic design.

 

Top Restaurants and Chefs

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