Archive for August, 2015

The Top 4 Hispanic Foods You Have To Make

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Recetas, Recetas de comida, Tamale recipe

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When it comes to Hispanic food, there are so many different things to choose from. Are you looking for dessert recetas, or savory dinner meals? Is the goal in mind to be sated, or to have your appetite roused? Are you looking for something easy to make, or the most challenging meal possible? No matter what you’re looking for, Hispanic food can offer it, and in the freshest form possible … 50% of Hispanic people are likely to look for the freshest ingredients possible, compared to 44% of non … Hispanics. Nonetheless, there are a few

How to Incorporate Hummus Into Your Vegetarian Diet

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Authentic hummus recipe, Hummus dip recipe, Mediterranean recipes

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Hummus is a delicious and healthy snack enjoyed by individuals of all ages and appetites. Regardless of which brands of hummus your prefer, hummus spreads are an excellent and versatile food. For snackers, hummus makes a great dip or spread, and can be eaten with anything, from crackers to carrot sticks. For those looking for a heartier meal, one can use it as a filling for stuffed peppers or zucchini boats, and can even get creative with lettuce wrap recipes and the like.
For those who are vegetarian, hummus spread can serve as more than just a healthy option. Rather, hummus spread contains a healt

Wild Fennel Pollen Should be the Secret Ingredient in Your Next Recipe

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Best spices to buy, Classic italian pairing, Pollen

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You might not have thought of it as “magic” the last time you got anthers on your pant leg as you walked by a blooming plant. In fact, it’s likely that you don’t even know what an anther is. But some chefs swear that once you have tasted wild fennel pollen used as a rub on your favorite lamb or beef dish, you will be a victim of the magic! All spices used in cooking originate from plants: flowers, fruits, seeds, barks, leaves, and roots. The anther is the pollen producing part of the plant. In a flower, you recognize it as that can’t-stay-still-for-a-second jiggling center of a bloom. The pollen the anther produces in some plants can indeed stick to your clothing and, in some cases, be the minute particles in the air that make you miserable during allergy season. But in its prepared form, the pollen of som

Five Unique Sunday Brunch Ideas

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Best places to have a wedding, Brunch newark de, Country clubs in delaware

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Chances are if you’re reading this, you’re bubbling about your upcoming wedding. First of all, congratulations! Second, I’m sure your head is spinning with all of the possibilities. Silk flowers or fresh picked flowers, blue or purple, buffet or hors d’oeuvres! While a lot of thought is put into the ceremony, reception, and rehearsal dinner, the day after can’t be forgotten about. Brunch has its roots in England, but it took 30 years for the Americans to catch on! Below you’ll find some fantastic Sunday brunch ideas that won’t break the bank (the average Sunday brunch costs $457 while the rehearsal dinner costs almost triple that at $1,184).
Ethnic-Inspired
If you like to treat guests with the latest ‘in’ trends, why not give other cultures a chance to shine? It was found th

3 Awesome Spicy Appetizers You Need to Try

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Basic guacamole recipe, Bell pepper yogurt dip, Nutrition in guacamole

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Looking for some awesome, spicy appetizers for your party? Look no further! Here are just a few of the most tantalizing recipes out there.
Hot Queso. - To make this delicious cheese dip, you’re going to need one diced onion, two minced garlic cloves, two 10-ounce cans of tomatoes and green chiles, three-quarters of a cup of milk, half a teaspoon of ground cumin, half a teaspoon of coarsely ground black pepper, two pounds of white American delic cheese, and corn chips. Put everything (but the corn chips, which is what you’ll serve to eat the dip with) in a slow cooker, and let it cook on low for three hours, stirring every hour or so.
Spicy Guacamole Dip. - Fresh guacamole dips are one of the best dishes you can serve at a party, and if you turn the heat u

Eat, Drink and Be — Married!

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Best event planner, Good caterers, Wedding catering nyc

Events and catering
What’s the best menu for a wedding reception? Naturally, the answer is subjective. Some people would say that steak, potatoes and salad are a meal fit for a celebration — but other folks think a backyard BBQ is the way to go. Many couples decide to offer an hors doeuvres menu (think a large selection of small plates or appetizers) which makes sense if you want your guests to mingle rather than to be stuck at a table with people they may or may not know. Whether you opt for a sit-down dinner with all the trimmings, or a buffet befitting an elegant cocktail party, the best menu for a wedding reception will