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Prop 37 – Where do you stand?

GMO’s are and have been a part of our daily lives whether you are aware of it or not. Corn ...

World Traveler: Nicaragua

I have a personal connection to Nicaragua as mother was born there. Her family presence dates back to the original ...

Food Safety and the Blackout

The blackout may have affected the foods in your refrigerator and freezer. The refrigerator will keep food safely cold for ...

Hot Off the Caja China

The other day my husband and I were in our backyard pouring charcoal into our barbecue in anticipation of a ...

Kids Love to Cook and Bake Too!

It has been said that art of cooking in the home, passing of recipes from one generation to the next, ...

Busan, Korea

The hustle and bustle of the marketplace moves you like the wind, there is no time to remain stationary. The ...

What exactly is a chef’s knife? Why do I need one?

A Chef’s knife is an all-purpose knife used for chopping, slicing, and mincing; its blade is usually between 8 and ...

What’s the difference between kosher salt, iodized salt and sea salt? When should I use them?

Kosher salt is a coarse grain, additive free salt. When you look at the grains they resemble little rectangles. This ...

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