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Newly Gluten-Free? What Are Your Dining Out Options?

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Whether you’ve recently been diagnosed with celiac disease – an autoimmune reaction to gluten consumption – or just seem to have unpleasant digestive side effects after consuming large amounts of flour, you may have recently converted to a gluten-free diet. While the rise in gluten-free food available has risen dramatically over just the past few years, dining out can still pose a challenge, especially if you’re still learning about the foods you can trust.…

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3 Uncommon Pizza Toppings From Around The World

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In the United States, there tends to be a stock number of pizza toppings that everyone flocks towards: pepperoni, sausage, mushroom, onion, and green peppers. However, there are some toppings that tend to get overlooked in the mix; some native to the United States, other prominent throughout the world. Throughout the course of this brief article, you’ll learn about a few must try pizza toppings you otherwise may have not thought of.…

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Delectable Desserts: Raspberry Pizza With A Homemade, Cinnamon Crust

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Could there be a better way to end your pizza party than with another pizza? This homemade dessert pizza will satisfy your taste buds with the combination of tart raspberries, sweet cream cheese frosting, and a chewy, cinnamon crust. It comes together in less than an hour, too, making it perfect for a casual party or weeknight when you’re in a rush. Ingredients: 1 ½ cups all-purpose flour, plus extra for dusting 2 teaspoons baking powder ¼ cup white sugar, divided 1 teaspoon salt 4 tablespoons melted butter, divided 23 cup water 2 teaspoons cinnamon, divided 8 ounces cream cheese 2 cups powdered sugar 3 tablespoons milk 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 ½ cups fresh raspberries ¼ cup sliced almonds (optional) Directions:…

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Korean Beef Sliders Are The Perfect Addition To Your Bar And Grill Menu

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Sliders are the perfect item to add to your bar and grill menu. You can include a smaller portion (2 or 3 sliders) as an appetizer option or a larger portion ( 4 or 6 sliders) as a meal option. While standard, burger sliders are good, these unique, Korean-inspired beef sliders are even better. Shredded, barbecue beef and pickled bean sprouts combine to make these flavorful sliders.  The beef mixture needs to cook for 3 – 4 hours, so consider preparing it the day before and storing it in the cooler so you can serve sliders to-order the next day.…

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3 Ingredients Often Found In Mexican Food

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Mexican food is known for its spices and personality. From a traditional taco to a bean dip and more, you need to have a willingness to try something new and embrace the spices that make Mexican dishes so amazing. To help you better understand some of the tasty ingredients used to make Mexican food what it is, check out a few of the typical ones used below. Jalapenos The jalapeno is a smooth, dark green color.…

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3 Potential Reasons Why Your Commercial Refrigerator Isn't Keeping Food Cold

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If you are a restaurant owner or are otherwise involved in a food-related business, you know how important it is to keep your product at a safe temperature. If you have noticed that your refrigeration unit isn’t keeping your food cold like it should, you could be wondering if you’ll have to replace your unit entirely. Before you do that, consider these three possible reasons why it’s not keeping your food as cold as it should be.…

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Wedding Bells Are Ringing: 4 Ways To Save Money On The Big Day

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You’re getting married. That doesn’t mean you have to break the bank for the big day. If you’re on a tight budget, you might be intimidated by many of the costs associated with planning a wedding. Luckily, with some careful planning you can have a beautiful wedding and stay on budget. Here are four simple tips that will help you keep your wedding within your budget. Don’t Say Yes to the First Dress …

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5 Must-Try, Authentic Thai Dishes To Try At Thai Restaurants

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Authentic Thai dishes run the gamut from sweet, savory, spicy, and even bitter. Throughout the course of this brief guide, you will learn about just a few authentic Thai dishes you absolutely must try at Thai restaurants. Sang Kaya Fug Tung This dessert dish is both savory and sweet. A small-sized pumpkin has its seeds removed and then is filled with a coconut-based cream custard. After the custard adheres itself to the innards of a pumpkin, the pumpkin is served in slices, not unlike a pizza.…

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4 Delicious Seafood Dishes From China

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When Americans think of Chinese dishes, their minds tend to wander towards Chinese-American cuisine: General Tso’s chicken, sweet and sour shrimp, and pork fried rice. However, there is an entire world of authentic Chinese dishes that are delicious and rewarding. Seafood is one of the menu items that China has truly committed itself to perfecting. Whether you decide to make these on your own, or head to a Chinese seafood restaurant, it is highly recommended that you sample one (or all!…

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4 Common Banquet Hall Dishes

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Whether you’re throwing a wedding reception or holding a family reunion, banquet halls are a great place to gather loved ones together and allow them to mingle. They’re also a great place to share food. Throughout the course of this brief article, you will learn about some of the most common foods that are served in banquet halls throughout the country. Baked Stuffed Chicken Breast This banquet hall staple is a simple yet hearty dish that is filling and delicious.…

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