Archive for November, 2014

Edible Flowers are Tea-ming with Possibility

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Edible flower petals, Grow microgreens, Microgreensspecialty produce

Sugar flowers for cupcakes
Edible flowers have been in restaurant vogue for a while, along with adding microgreens to salads, and they certainly can bring lovely flavors and bold color accents to a plate. Another area worth exploring is edible flowers used as teas, and there are many delicious possibilities, whether you’re following a recipe or just doing some experimenting on your own. If you need a jumping off point to get started with edible flowers used as teas (or just in teas), we’ve got some ideas for you.
  • Toxin-Free Be sure that whether you’ve ordered your flowers from an online natural food source or if you’re pulling them from your own garden, that they’re free of any chemicals or
  • 3 Tips for Getting Started in the Coffee Roasting Business

    Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Artisanal coffee roaster, Small batch coffee roaster

    Coffee roaster machines

    Owning a coffee roasting business can be a profitable and rewarding endeavor, whether you’ve worked in the coffee industry before or not. One of the greatest advantages of becoming a professional coffee roaster is that it’s fairly easy to start small (without having to put in a big upfront investment, as you would with a coffee shop) and expand as your customer base grows. Here are three tips for getting started:

    1. Learn the Basics

      Roasting is the process that brings out the flavor (and aroma!) of green coffee beans, and takes place before the beans are ground and brewed. Typically, differ

    The Salsa Lover’s Guide to Making Authentic Mexican Salsa

    Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Best tomatoes for salsa, Peach mango salsa, Salsa nutrition

    Classic salsa
    As National Journal reports, the classic “Seinfeld” character George Costanza estimated that salsa would one day be the most popular condiment in the United States. 20 years later, salsa is the number one selling dip in the country, surpassing even the most American of condiments, the humble ketchup.
    The incredible popularity of pico de gallo salsa dips and other classic versions has led many Americans to wonder how to make authentic Mexican salsa at home. If you’re one of the many wondering how to make authentic Mexican salsa, you’ll be pleased to see that making a delicious iteration of this divine food actually isn’t hard at all. You simply need to follow some tips from the pros.
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    Four Dos and Don’ts for Crafting the Perfect Bowl of Ceviche

    Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Comida salvadorena, Empanadas, Recetas de comidas

    Flan
    Ceviche is one of the oldest dishes in the canon of Hispanic food, and it’s also one of the most beloved. As What’s Cooking America details, ceviche likely got its start with the Inca people who lived in Peru and throughout South America over a thousand years ago. Since then, it has evolved into one of the most popular dishes in the world.
    For many a home cook, however, ceviche recipes have become something of a bogeyman. Since ceviche recipes are consistently regarded as extremely difficult to get just right, many cooks simply avoid the issue, choosing only to enjoy the wonder that is this fresh, pleasantly acidic seafood dish when they’re at their favorite Mexican or Peruvian restaurant. If this sounds like you, it’s time to slay your fears. Follow these simple tips to making a great ceviche, and watch a

    Three Tips to Help You Nail That Tres Leches Recipe

    Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Comida para fiestas, Empanadas, Recipe for tres leches

    Yummy dinner ideas
    When I think of Hispanic food, I don’t think about ceviche, empanadas, or even flan; tres leches is the very first thing that crosses my mind — spongy yellow cake, sticky sweet frosting, and triple milk syrup which gives the cake its name throughout. Tres leches to me is what all recetas de postres should be.
    Without a doubt, one of the reasons why this glowing example of classic recetas de postres turns out so delicious is because you have to put so much work into it. You have to use the right kinds of milk and cream, you need to make sure all of the ingredients in the cake are just right — it’s

    Four Sushi Etiquette Rules You (Probably) Don’t Know About

    Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Restaurant with entertainment, Sushi bar, Unique restaurant

    Sushi in palm beach gardens fl
    Sushi has become one of the world’s top cuisines. In the United States alone, according to statistics from IBIS World, there are more than 4,000 sushi joints, generating more than $2 billion in revenue each year. Obviously, sushi is big business.
    It’s interesting that despite the food of the best sushi restaurants in the world being translated to different cultures around the world and likewise riffed on in some of the world’s most unique restaurants, the traditional etiquette that comes along with eating in good sushi restaurants has not made the same journey. From America to Europe, we’re eating our sushi all wrong, and we’re often being rude about it. If you want to enjoy sushi as it