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Tips To Stay Productive And Achieve Your Goals!

  Are you someone who is juggling between work and home? Do you find it difficult to allocate your time to different chores? Do you end up not finishing some important tasks? Whether you are a homemaker or an office-goer, ... -

Divorce – Its After Effects

Divorce is one situation no married person would want to go through. The fact remains that once divorced, coping with its after effects is not easy. It seems that no plan or strategy would help ease the loss and pain brought in by a divorce; however, having... -

'cooking With Kimberly': A Personal Experience With Ifood.tv

Kimberly's Recipe for Mushrooms with Port Wine and Balsamic Don't forget to also tune into 'Cooking with Kimberly' on iFood.tv! (Experiences, cooking, personal) -

Medaglia D'oro At Its Best With Celebrity Chef Johnny Iuzzini

  Last week, a couple of us here at iFood.tv had the pleasure of dining with world renowned pastry chef, Johnny Iuzzini , and other VIPs at a luncheon sponsored by Medalgia d’Oro held at Kuleto’s in San Francisco. Medaglia d’Oro ... -

How To Keep Your Kitchen Inviting

A kitchen, for me, is a place to go to relax.  The dishes I prepare for my family are like art work.  Like most pieces of art, a clean canvas is what you need to start with.  Maybe you see the kitchen as more of a work space, an office.  Either way, being... -

Fennel Gratin: Everyday Is A Holiday-aroma Cucina

  http://bit.ly/uegbf3 Easy peasy! This is perfect side dish to prepare ahead and bring to a party.  A winter vegetable that is sure to please all of our iFood.tv foodies.  You'll even be sure to please the 'vegeterribles'! ... -

How The Unofficial Mad Men Cookbook Came To Be

JUDY HAS WRITTEN two cookbooks pairing food with literature, so it wasn’t a huge stretch to see why she was so curious about the food and drink seen in Mad Men . Just as authors use food and drink to establish time, place and mood, so do directors. Mad... -

Diary Of A Wannabe Tv Chef

In my latest installment in this series that documents my quest to become the host of my own cooking show, I am about to tell you about my expereince as the Exec Chef at Mars Hill New Chef in Town Roughly a month after I am hired as the... -

Take A Stand And Make A Difference

If we stop and think about it, it really only takes one person to make a positive difference in the world. So many people in history actually took a stand for what they believed in and in doing this influenced so many to do good in life. When I think of... -

Become A Kid Again....

                                                                 If you are looking to unwind and become a kid again....Disney World in Orlando is the place for you! We just spent a... -

My Gm Diet Experience – Day 6 – Meat And Vegetables Diet

In all honesty, I couldn't wait till my Day 6 of my GM Diet Experience to be over. The interesting thing about this GM Diet is that if today is your meat and vegetables diet day, you always crave for what is in store the next day. But when you get to the... -

My Gm Diet Experience – Day 7 – Fruits, Vegetables And Brown Rice Diet

Yay! C'est fini! It was the Day 7(final day) of my GM diet experience. Today, I had a sense of normalcy returning to my diet. On Day 7, the dieter is asked to be on a fruits, vegetables, and brown rice diet. I would have almost killed to have an ounce of... -

The Easiest Diet- How To Diet Without Really Meaning To

There are many ways to become fit and healthy. Here, we have mentioned a few easy to follow natural ways to make you fit and slim. Natural ways to make you stay slim are doing exercise and following a strict diet plan. Following fastest weight... -

My Gm Diet Experience – Day 5 – Meat And Tomatoes Diet

Many people might think that the Day 5 (Meat and Tomatoes Diet) of my GM diet experience is actually a feast day because I get to eat meat. Well, in all honesty, I was craving for meat when I was gulping down milk and bananas. As per the GM diet guidelines,... -

My Gm Diet Experience - Day 4 – Milk And Banana Diet

Though I love bananas, having to go through the entire day with just milk and bananas is slightly disturbing. Just when I was mentally preparing myself through the entire day, I made a surprising new discovery. I discovered that papayas almost have the same... -

My Gm Diet Experience - Day 3 - Fruit And Vegetable Diet

I can proudly say that My GM Diet Experience - Day 3- Fruit and Vegetable Diet was quite a success because I got through the day with very little cheating. Yay! By Day 3, my carbohydrate craving has come down to almost nil. Before I get into the details of my... -

My Gm Diet Experience - Day 2 - Vegetable Diet

My GM Diet Experience - Day 2 - Vegetable Diet, well was not so good and as I almost let it be destroyed by that insanely, awesome, hauntingly delicious Apple Scotch Pudding cake made especially for us. Before I get to the destruction of my vegetable diet... -

My Gm Diet Experience - Day 1 - Fruit Diet

The GM Diet is a 7 day diet program is designed to help the dieter lose up to 5 to 7 kilos a week ideally. The results will vary from person to person. The effectiveness of this 7 day plan is that the food eaten burn more calories than they give to the body... -

Life Is Good

It is important to realize that life is good and simple things are the most important ones. No amount of money will ever be able to buy health, true friends or love. Like the old saying goes "The best things in life are free!" Many people... -

A Gastronomic Quest - “a World Of Gastronomication” (part 3) (videos)

  “A World of Gastronomication” (Part 3)       A Gastronomic Quest - My Exodus to Ireland By Chef Bryce Collins    Part 3 ... -

Did Cavemen Know Better??

                                    What can we learn from the daily living habits of cavemen? They enjoyed mostly a diet based on vegetables and  fruits, nuts, roots and free-range... -

Tofuxpress

I decided that I would try a different eating habit other than the same old every day eating.  One major thing I wanted to conquer was tofu.  When I first tried it, I didn't like the bland taste or the consistency of it. I would buy some at... -

Give Your Life Some Spice....

Here are a few spices that can perk up both your meals and your health. Tumeric It is peppery, warm and bitter tasting. It is an excellent anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and has cholesterol-lowering abilities as well. This spice works well... -

A Gastronomic Quest - My Exodus To Ireland (part 2) "who Am I Anyway? Am I My Resume?"

I remember the first time I went to a live show, The Musical, “A Chorus Line”.  It was 1978, in New York.  I was 7-years-old and had not yet uttered a word in my life as of yet, (for personal traumatic reasons). They called it hyper muteness, if memory... -

A Gastronomic Quest - My Exodus To Ireland (part 1) "awakenings"

My story begins long before this account.. However, I’m going to bring you back to a time a place Twenty-One months ago, in a Sunny suburban town of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida - The City of Sunrise.  It was Monday, the 24th of August 2009, on a rainy and... -

The Law Of Attraction

The law of attraction is alive in all of us, we just have to find the tools to unleash it. We all have the power to attract anything that we want into our lives, happiness, love, friendships, trust, honesty, faith, family,jobs..... I highly suggest... -

Foodie Seo: The 4 Parts Of Running A Successful Food Site

This is a broad overview of the most important factors to consider when it comes to running a food blog or website. Some of these topics will be covered in-depth in later entries, but if you see anything of particular interest, feel free to let me know in the... -

Freshly Picked Rhubarb From My Garden....

My son just walked in with fresh rhubarb from my organic garden, it is perfect for the picking. The tart, sweet taste of this wonderful nature's gift is so amazing at this time of year. Of course this means that I have to bake something to enjoy it at... -

Movie Night Caramel Corn

  Ben’s love of popcorn began when he was a toddler and we lived in San Francisco. We popped popcorn every Thursday night when his best friend Sebastian would come to play. It’s a tradition we continue even though... -

My Awesome Organic Garden

  This is a picture of my organic garden in full bloom in mid-August. What a beautiful piece of work. I am so very proud of this. The time that we invest in it as a family is so worth it when we get to bite into fresh mouth... -

Does Indian Cuisine Need To Be So Hot - Chefs Debate

Currently, Indian cuisine in Britain outnumbers those of any other culinary style and chicken tikka masala is famed to be the country's favorite dish.  While there is quite a bit of hullabaloo about the validity of this and other... -

Monica Dinatale At The Nutropolitan Museum Of Art

 In honor of March being National Peanut Month why not visit "The World's First PB&J Art Exhibit" at the Nutropolitan Museum of Art. For 3 days you can view the PB&J gallery, meet a peanut farmer, make your own PB&J art... -

Odd Pairings

They say love is in the eye of the beholder and who are we to argue. A quick look around any restaurant and you’ll see an astonishing array of weird and marvelous couples proving that other old adage that opposites attract. So if people from such different... -

Veganist: Lose Weight, Get Healthy, Change The World

  Kathy Freston , the noted author and vegan by choice has just published Veganist: Lose Weight, Get Healthy, Change the World , another book endorsing her view about the benefits of plant based food. The book titled Veganist: Lose Weight, Get... -

I'm Not Just Cheap, I'm Also Easy

At the Wine Portfolio studios we drink wine like water. In fact our water cooler is filled with Château Lafite Rothschild. I know what you’re thinking, typical spoiled media-types, but just to assure you the Lafite in our cooler is 1985 vintage or newer so... -

London To Become World's First Sustainable Fish City

London to become world’s first sustainable fish city – claims some news reports. It is believed that London has decided to place its bid to become the first sustainable fish city. The experts believe that London has planned this move in time to... -

Happy Birthday

Born at 16 days in July , at the best time 1:30 am, or dawn, just discovered this at age 16 , also known as the wee hours , my , their all Sao Paulo city that ... -

Distraction, Noise Cause Overeating - Now You Know

Researchers claim that the main cause of America's expanding waistline is distraction and noise. Let’s find out with this article - Distraction, Noise Cause Overeating - Now You Know – what role does brain play in fattening the bellies. ... -

2011 Will Be The Year Of The Vegetable

With problems like childhood obesity, premature aging, suffering from sickness, it is difficult to even dream about teaching American children enjoying healthier foods. Still think again because 2011 Will Be The Year Of The Vegetable. Don’t blame... -

2011 For Ifood.tv

Hi, ifood.tv,lovers, wishing a v v happy & prosperous new year to ifood.tv and its promoters and lovers,the coming year may be milestone for ifood.tv & promoters. Here is some numerolocal facts regarding  about ifood.tv business asppects... -

Jamie Oliver Shares His Views On Fighting Obesity

p { margin-bottom: 0.21cm; } Jamie Oliver Shares His Views On Fighting Obesity! Yes, he shared his thoughts on Ted Talks. America needs Jamie Oliver more now than ever before. It is a pity that his plea to work with the school cafeterias in... -

My Community And Its Food

The Dawoodi Bohra community is a sub-sect of Shia Muslims having their ancestral and religious roots in Yemen. Fleeing from Yemen in the 11 th century, the Bohra community came to India, mainly settling in Gujarat. Thus many of  this community traditions... -

Going Beyond Tradition This Christmas

p { margin-bottom: 0.21cm; } I love Christmas, but then again, who doesn't. But going beyond tradition this Christmas is a different different story altogether. Every Christmas is inundated with the traditional festive sights. You have the... -

Now Design Your Own 'terrible' Cereal

p { margin-bottom: 0.21cm; } Now design your own 'terrible' cereal. Hmm. I love cereals, especially breakfast cereals. I cannot do without them. I gobble down muesli on at least 4 out 7 weekday morning, sometimes even at dinner. I love... -

Arsenal Brings Stadium Food - Inspiring Sports

Arsenal brings stadium food – inspiring sports to care about the fuel that gives the energy to keep playing sports with all the spirit. This has come as great news for all the sports fanatics like us, particularly the ones who are fond of soccer. This scene... -

Something For Fast Food Chains To Do

As per a study conducted at the Imperial College, London, fast food chains can help reduce the risk of heart attacks among the customers by dispensing with statin drugs. This new study has given something for fast food chains to do as far as... -

Why Are Teenagers Always Hungry?

  Have you ever come across a stage when whatever budget you keep for the groceries, you never succeed in fulfilling your teenager’s eating needs? Parents of teenagers must have often faced this problem and must have wondered why their... -

Why Should You Make Dinner Always

When it is said - 'breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dine like a pauper' – why should you make dinner always . Well – this article will touch upon issues on why dinner is important for you, your health as well as for your family... -

Indian Paratha Lands In Air

Catch the delicious fun in this  amazing paratha video…   This, perhaps, is the coolest things anyone would have ever seen,  the Indian Paratha Lands in Air.   This is basically a type of Indian... -

Can Wine Labels Ruin A Restaurant Meal?

Can wine labels ruin a restaurant meal? You bet! The label on a wine goes a long way in deciding if you enjoyed your meal well and if you will re-visit the restaurant that does not carry the best wine or your favourite wine from a popular brand. Read on to... -

Is It Cheaper To Be A Vegetarian?

Scientifically, vegetarian diet is considered better than meat but people generally do not consider it cheaper because they live in a world which has $39.99 per pound-imported bluefoot mushrooms, $2.49 Texas’ off-season organic grapefruit and $1 double... -

10 Ways To Clean Up After A Big Meal

Here are 10 ways to clean up after a big meal Develop a cleanup plan You don’t need to develop a comprehensive cleanup plans to clear the messed up dining room, cluttered kitchen, and sink filled with greasy utensils. Only... -

Partly

Used to buy (African slaves, also sold to North America to earn cash to buy grain of wood and the Caribbean farm 59] [In the long run, from the north American free area of export products, but also May 1860, the later. And as McCusker Menard and, for a very... -

Resisting Peer Pressure: Say “no” To Crazy Alcoholics Forcing You To Drink

  Here’s some food for thought Don Marquis once said “I drink only to make my friends seem interesting”.  What do you think of it? Is someone forcing you to drink alcohol? Well, that's no good. You don’t like someone imposing... -

Silver Lotto System Review Scam Exposed

There are a number of people who claim that there are Silver Lotto System - Silver Lotto System Download that are able to put a fortune in a person's bank account. Do you think there is any truth to such claims? I know it would be nice... -

Sports Betting Champ Review Scam Exposed

When it comes to sport, betting is always a part of it. People used to just predict the winning team by observing their game and scores and some used to be on the side of their favorite team. But, later this prediction turned into betting. Sports Betting... -

The Top Ten Food Songs

                                       Are you a foodie with an ear for good music? If yes, then some very interesting things are piled up for you in this page. I have somehow managed to compile a list of the top ten food songs of all... -

Upgrade Your Labor Day Party Plans And End Your Summer In Style

Tequila embodies the spirit of summer with tasty margaritas and refreshing tequila sunrises. Now, Labor Day is around the corner so it’s time say goodbye to summer in style with some indulgences.  If you looking for simple ways to take your party to the... -

Palmistry Predictions.

Hi,Ifood.Tv,Lovers, Under Palmistry predictions,we will study  the main feature of LifeLine of hand,this is the most significant line of any subject because evey thing depends upon the status of Life Line,more details given below;, 1---the Life ... -

Palmisrty

Hi,Ifood.tv,Lovers. Already described about atrip to U S Afrom 05--jun--10 to12--jul--10 along family sponsherd by my son,who is a resident of NewYork and experiences gained during internal traveling and the different foods taken,during our long Air... -

Travelogue - Usa

Hi, ifood.tv, lovers, in my previous blogs of trip to u.s.a,from,new delhi to newyork,losangeles,sanfrancisco,oakland ,lasvegas and grand canyon,from 5 jun--10 to., 13--jul--10, already been described. the gist of this marathon trip is given below;... -

I Love Cooking

Just wanted to tell everyone how much i love cooking lol :) This is my first blog, so be nice :P iPad for free Free iPhone 4 (Classified) -

How Do Apples Grow? - From Bud To Blossom, Fructifying Delight

The bright red to the mild greenish yellow, which hang like the ‘pick-me-ups’ from the trees during summer time- APPLES. Whenever you feast your eyes on these ‘fruity’ spheres, tempted to juice up your summer-day with one succulent crunch, you cannot... -

The Birth Of Baby Is An Important Moment In Parents' Life

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Tirp To Sanfrancisco

HI, IFOOD.TV, LOVER,S.  ON 19TH.JUNE,WE CHECKED out from hotel quality inn,we started ou journey of yosemite fall, situated in beautiful yosemite national reseved forest,after taking our breakfast cum lunch at 11am,we entered in the plains of california,we... -

Monica Dinatale Reviews Casimir Restaurant

In the section of New York called Alphabet City, there is an abundance of cozy restaurants, cafes, bistros, each more inviting than the next. A steady stream of foreigners confirm the international flavor of the area, and opportunity to find some... -

South Africa World Cup

South Africa World Cup Like any country, South Africa also has its own cuisine, based on its menu red meat, in addition to exotic foods. A social event name braai, you can eat grilled meats, but they never are prepared by women. Men... -

Padma Lakshmi, The Sexiest Chef On “what's Sexy” List

As the annual “What Sexy” list of 2010 is up in town, everyone is all ears to know who’s sexy in 2010. Well thought-out by the Lingerie goliath Victoria's Secret, the list featured some of the hottest women in the world. But the one which... -

My Test Blog

row 1, cell 1 row 1, cell 2 row 2, cell 1   (Thoughts) -

Lisa's E-cookbook

Personal trainer and lifestyle coach, Lisa Graham, has just released her first cookbook. It is entitled: “ Lisa’s Kitchen – 99 Weight Wise Recipes .” “One of the biggest challenges my clients face in weight loss is knowing how to... -

Best Sushi Dining Experience – St. Louis

You can have best Sushi dining experience at St. Louis . Think sushi, Think St. Louis! I have a knack for flavors and I have had sushi at several places across the globe. And St. Louis has decent sushi places that offered the best sushi dining... -

A Party That Is Etched In My Heart!

Planning a party is not an easy task as it involves a lot work and effort. I never realized it to be so hard when I planned to have a surprise party in my garden for my friend’s birthday. I wanted the party to be a huge success and hence I worked hard to... -

Lent

Lent season is over… Coming from a Catholic family, La Cuaresma is something my family has always practiced. It begins on Ash Wednesday and continues until Sabado de Gloria, the day before Easter Sunday. Growing up, every Friday after Ash... -

Fuchka Fasination!

I am one total fuchka freak! Yes, yes fuchka, phuchka, gol gappa, pani puri they are all the same kind of spicy and tangy snacks of different regions named differently. And Oh! Though a snack , I can gorge on fuchkas for my breakfast,... -

It’s Always Darkest Right Before It Goes Pitch Black

This time, in my seried personal blogs you get to read about my thoughts on life, success, failure, and more that I experience during my quest to become a food show host... It’s Always Darkest Right Before It Goes Pitch Black Wow! Life is... -

Holy City Of Ajmer

Ajmer was founded by Raja Ajay Pal Chauhan in 7 th Century. The main attraction of Ajmer is Muin-ud-Din Chisti's Dargah that is uniformly reversed by both Hindus&Muslims. The Ajmer lives up with the traditions of religions and cultures. The mughal... -

Myspicyhut-andhra Cooking Recipes And Videos.

(Classified, indian food, myspicyhut, spicy andhra food, telugu food blog, washington state) -

Big Timin’ It

This is the latest installment in a continuing series that documents my personal quest to become the host of my own cooking show. Since this is a relatively new “career,” there are no vocational programs or community college courses to prepare me... -

My New Little Herb Garden ;o)

One of the things I really missed when I decided to move out on my own was being able to go outside and snip the herbs I needed for cooking or just making a nice relaxing tea. I had forgotten how spoiled I felt by only using fresh herbs and enjoying... -

Hello World

Hello world. Found this place through Killer Startups , and I'm loving it so far! (Thoughts) -

The Journey Begins

Hola, my name is Erica, and I am a twenty-something Angelina who is passionate about two things: her Mexican Culture and the FOOD that comes along with it. Like most Latina's I spent  my early years in the kitchen with mi Abuela hanging on to her skirt... -

Travelogue - Goa

Sun, Sea, and Sand are three things which are associated with Goa. Recent incident have given Goa a wrong name, but believe me, if you don’t indulge yourself in something which can land you in trouble then Goa is one of the safest place In India. The people... -

Long Before The Slap Chop

I was going threw my mom's stuff at her house and I ran into a few things to share with you. I'll start with these great little choppers. Long before Vince and his cohorts thought up the Slap Chop my mother, an probably a lot of other... -

Mid-day Meal

Yesterday, we were shooting near a school in a village at Vaitharna, Maharashtra. I've known about the mid-day meal program but always wondered about the quality of the food provided. Given the extent of poverty in our country, and the huge population... -

My Favorite Restaurant In Indore

mso-margin-bottom-alt:auto;line-height:normal"> I like Nafees family Restaurant very much. It was setup on 01  September 2000. it is located in the Charming place of Palasia at industrial capital of Madhya Predesh, (that is Indore)in... -

Remembering The First Thanksgiving Turkey Video Shoot At Ifood Three Years Ago

First, without much ado, Wishing you all a very Happy Thanksgiving. Hope this is a memorable and joyous occasion for you and your families. Today while going through some Turkey recipes on the site, i bumped along the 'Spice Rub Turkey with... -

Bbq At The Beach!

Summer has sailed away, and the beautiful fall colors are here. Hoping to cash in on the lovely weather, we had planned a trip to Yosemite this weekend. However, due to some last minute changes, it seemed like we will all be stuck at home with no other plans.... -

Pictures Of Indian Food Before And At My Wedding

I am getting married on november 3rd. The wedding will be held in my hometown of patna, India. It is exciting to see all family and friends beginning to get here from all over the world. My mom is a very good cook and we are going to have  almost a party... -

Monica's "girls Night In"

I love to eat out and socialize; and luckily when you live in a place like New York, you get endless opportunities to do so, 7 days a week. However, sometimes I just want to stay home and be totally casual and relaxed. As a kid, I loved sleepovers, and... -

Taming Fire The Culinary Way Caused Human Evolution!

  Taming fire the culinary way –yes I mean cooking!  I was baffled to hear primatologist Richard Wrangham opine that taming fire to satiate our taste buds was what made us human, i.e. distinguished us from the rest of the animals. Cooking... -

A Devil In Disguise

One heavy day I directed my steps away from city clamour towards a valley. I was not knowing what this valley is going to offer me. I was completely oblivious of the surroundings secrets of the valley. When I entered the valley, I found a very beautiful and a... -

Diary Of A Wannabe Tv Chef: I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night

Originally published on Well Fed on August 12, 2009. This is the latest installment in a continuing series that documents my personal quest to become the host of my own cooking show. Since this is a relatively new “career,” there are no vocational... -

Monica Dinatale & The Treats Truck Bakery

I got to spend the day on everyone's favorite mobile bakery, The Treats Truck. Kim Ima and her truck named Sugar bring goodies to adoring fans everywhere. I was excited to help sell Kim's treats and being happiness to my customers. You can learn... -

Top Chef Winner Hosea Rosenberg Is In Love With His Knife!

Hosea Rosenberg, the American chef of Top Chef Fifth Season winner fame, tells that knife is his favorite kitchen essential and he even takes to compare a perfect knife with a perfect person. I wanted to attach the video herewith, but, the system... -

The Start Of Sweet Corn Season In Michigan

We had our first batch of Michigan sweet corn. It was great! You can see my preferred method of butter application too. This batch was cooked in water for about 10 minutes. Allowed to cool a bit and rolled on a stick of butter and lightly salted.... -

My Best Brownies

My friend called me for some quick bites at Bagels & Brownies located in GK 1, Pamposh Enclave. Though I was aware of the oulet, this was my first visit. And the experience was amazing. We started with the Grand Marnier and After Eight brownie .... -

Cherry Picking With A Bonus

Well we made it two times for cherries this season. 15 lbs the first time and 30 lbs the second. As an added bonus the orchard had a selection of some beautiful apricots. We had a great time picking the cherries. We found some whoppers. It only... -

Mustard As Condiment For Fried Fish?

Hi There,   I am wondering about Mustard use as a condiment in fried fish .  Is this something that originated in the Soul Food Era, or is it something people have done all over the world for many years.    I am an army... -

America’s Modern Slave State

This is part three of a three part series (dare I say exposé?) on the corporate restaurant industry. Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday: an Indictment of the Corporate Restaurant Industry The closing of so many chain restaurants is one of the few bright... -

Biting The Hand That Feeds

This is part two of a three part series (dare I say exposé?) on the corporate restaurant industry. Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday: an Indictment of the Corporate Restaurant Industry The closing of so many chain restaurants is one of the few bright... -

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