Archive for the 'Cuisine' Category

Feb 25 2018

Mornington Peninsula Food & Wine Festival 2018

This was a great way to finish the day, I however would hope the organisers learn from this event and come back next year with more local producers, more food and perhaps a lot more samples. The idea of buying tokens was really not a winner as quite a few of the food vendors did not accept them. I know the organisers made 30% off the tokens (as I asked) and that most accepted EFTPOS for payments.

This has the potential to become something wonderful for the Mornington Peninsula, a few more shade options, really live music was not necessary the times the CD was playing was just as good (so save yourself some costs and spend more on the amenities. All I all this could have been a food-truck event, many of the producers with wines mentioned they did not bring their premier product as they did not know how this would go. We have spent many trips to the Mornington Peninsula vineyards and restaurants over the years, many of the stalwarts are not being represented here, nor are some of the favourites.

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Sep 18 2014

Cashew nut nutrition facts

Cashew nut nutrition facts Delicately sweet yet crunchy and delicious cashew nut is packed with antioxidants, energy, minerals and vitamins with many of the usual letters. Cashew is one of the popular ingredients in sweet as well savoury dishes worldwide as well as just a handy snack. otanically, cashew is an average size tropical evergreen […]

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Jul 05 2014

From Minced Meat to McDonalds — The History of the Hamburger

The Fourth of July is upon us – and even though the day is almost over where I am, the barbecues, fireworks, beach trips, and summer fun is still abuzz because Independence Day is on a Friday this year and people are taking advantage of it by extending it to cover the entire weekend. Not that I mind. Celebrating a holiday or a birthday from Friday to Sunday is a lot more fun than celebrating it during the weekday – especially if you have obligations during the week (work, school, or family).

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Feb 24 2009

Does anyone have any quick and easy chinese recipes?

Published by under Chinese

I need something to cook for dinner, and we want chinese. Preferably something with chicken or ground beef. <

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Feb 23 2009

Gluten Free Pear Cake

Published by under Low Gi

Gluten Free, Vegetarian, animal fat free, low GI, low fat recipe presentation from www.healtheducatortv.com . It is a wonderful cake made in minites. Impress your friends and family with this healthy cake. Advice: You can download it as a slide presentation for free from www.healtheducatortv.com , print it out and use as a manual while […]

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Feb 23 2009

Easy Korean Recipes : Dough Prep for Korean Seafood Pancakes

Published by under Korean

Learn how to prepare dough for Korean Seafood Pancakes in this free Korean recipe video from our exotic Korea cuisine chef and nutrition expert. Duration : 0:3:0

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Feb 23 2009

French Bistro Recipes : How to Make a French Dessert: Part 3

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Looking for great French recipes? Learn how to make a French bistro lunch in this free video clip about making pots d’ creme. Duration : 0:1:57

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Feb 23 2009

Indian Restaurant and Takeaway Curry Recipes

Published by under Curry

Learn how to cook Indian Takeaway and Restaurant food at home in your own kitchen. Duration : 0:6:42

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Feb 23 2009

Orange Chicken & Beef: Chinese Food Recipes : Cut Chicken: Orange Chicken Recipe

Published by under Chinese

Learn how to slice chicken for an orange chicken recipe in this free Chinese food cooking video. Duration : 0:1:20

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Feb 21 2009

Does anyone have any really good french recipes?

Published by under French

I have this project at school that i need a french recipe FRENCH FRIES!!!!! Recipe: Bag O' Potaoes 1 Knife 1 Seasonings

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