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Preparing for Baby : Which Diapers? - Disposable diapers
When shopping for baby outfits, make sure you choose clothes in complementary colors so individual items can be easily mixed and matched. If you need to make a quick change, you won’t have to replace the whole ensemble.
Preparing for Baby : Essential First Clothes
When shopping for baby outfits, make sure you choose clothes in complementary colors so individual items can be easily mixed and matched. If you need to make a quick change, you won’t have to replace the whole ensemble.
Modern Industrial Chemicals (part 4) - Making gels: Sodium alginate
This elegant restaurant in the venerable Windsor Arms Hotel has for decades been a city favorite for a romantic Sunday brunch. The traditional-style buffet includes salmon, made-to-order omelets, roasts, and desserts.
Modern Industrial Chemicals (part 3) - Making gels: Carrageenan & Agar - Chocolate Panna Cotta
This elegant restaurant in the venerable Windsor Arms Hotel has for decades been a city favorite for a romantic Sunday brunch. The traditional-style buffet includes salmon, made-to-order omelets, roasts, and desserts.
Eating Wisely: Bright Flavors (Part 3) - Mushrooms with wilted spinach, Black bean soup, Carrot bread
At Haramara, soup like this one are the basis for light but nutritious midday meals. This soup freezes well, so it’s worth making a big batch and reserving the leftovers for lunch throughout the week.
Eating Wisely: Bright Flavors (Part 2)
A drizzle of flavored vinegar, a squeeze of lime or lemon juice – bright, acidic ingredients like these are one of the reasons that dishes prepared for you on retreat sing with flavor.
Eating Wisely: Bright Flavors (Part 1)
Eating well on a retreat fells effortless and satisfying, thanks to the thought and care out into every meal. But even amid your regular routine and responsibilities, you can create the conditions for the kind of easy, delicious, healthful eating you enjoy on a retreat by applying some of the principles of retreat-center chefs to your own cooking.
Organic: Everything you want and nothing you don't
A growing body of research is showing that organic fruits and vegetable are more nutritious than heir nonorganic counterparts. Studies have found organic fruits and vegetables to contain up to 30% more antioxidants. Research has also shown organic milk to have more omega-3 fatty acids.
The Magic Of Music
We all hear about “going green,” but it’s hard to know what we can do to truly make a difference – not to mention the cost and time commitment. To help, we’re put together an easy plan: make one (really!) simple change each day for a week, and you’ll be on your way to a safer, greener way of life.
Spring Greening A Simple 7 Day Plan
We all hear about “going green,” but it’s hard to know what we can do to truly make a difference – not to mention the cost and time commitment. To help, we’re put together an easy plan: make one (really!) simple change each day for a week, and you’ll be on your way to a safer, greener way of life.
Modern Industrial Chemicals (part 2) - Making gels: Starches - Lemon Meringue Pie
Like many savory foods in which multiple discrete components are combined to create the dish, lemon meringue pie is the combination of three separate components: pie dough, a meringue, and a custard-like filling.
Modern Industrial Chemicals (part 1) - E Numbers: The Dewey Decimal System of Food Additives
Not everything has an E number; for example, neither common salt (sodium chloride) nor transglutaminase is currently included. Which additive to use for a particular effect, such as gelling, depends upon the properties of the food with which you’re working and your goals.
Jessica Alba's {natural talent}
“I’m so sorry!” Jessica Alba is late – and looks frazzled. “My washing machine exploded and my 3-year-old fell down the stairs wearing my high heels. We had to have a chat about why we don’t wear heels on the stairs.”
Baby Steps – The Truth About Milestones
As your 17-month-old becomes more mobile, he won’t want to be defined. The little guy who was content to watch the world pass by his stroller would now rather get our and push (which is a challenge when you can’t see over the top).
A Little Dirt Won't Hurt
Pair that with past research that says the germs and microorganism that enter a baby’s body actually help build a strong immune system, and you may be wondering just how much “dirt” your baby should encounter.
Stock up on memory-boosting foods
With a simple diet tweaks, you can say goodbye to foggy brain and forgetfulness, and boost your long-term brain health, too. Lifestyle factors such as caffeine, alcohol, stress, fatigue and depression are all linked to short-term memory loss as well as old-age illnesses such as dementia and Alzheimer’s.
‘My Husband Tricked Me Into A Fitness Holiday!’
In August 2010, my husband and I discussed booking a holiday to relax and unwind. Bob went ahead and booked our two-week trip to Mexico for March 2011 and I was thrilled to have something to look forward to
Baby Basics : Stimulating your Baby - Meeting milestones
Almost as soon as your baby is born he will respond to stimulation and enjoy interacting with you. There is plenty of research to suggest that playing with your baby, singing to him, and talking to him can encourage healthy cognitive development and provide the foundation for his budding social skills.
Baby Basics : Calming Diaper Rash, Ease the Crying, Encouraging Bonding
Bonding is the intense attachment that develops between parents and their baby. A baby who experiences this attachment fosters a sense of security and positive self-esteem.
Baby Basics : When to See your Doctor, Baby-proofing your Home, Coping with Common Ailments
Almost every baby suffers from one or more common ailment when young, and it’s all part of the process of making the immune system stronger and more efficient. Nonetheless, it can be alarming to see your baby ill, and having the tools to ease her discomfort and put her on the road to recovery can make things much easier.
Garlic Gourmet - Eat your way to better health (Part 2) - Beetroot fritters, Spicy purple sprouting broccoli, Asian fish parcel
Mix the ingredients together, then wet your hands and shape into small balls. Sprinkle some flour onto a plate and coat the balls in the flour. Fry as for the courgette fritters.
Garlic Gourmet - Eat your way to better health (Part 1) - Courgette
Factor in its vitamin B1, B3, B6 and phosphorus content, plus antioxidant vitamin C and selenium, and it’s understandable why the bulb is a potent immune booster.
Baby Basics : When your Baby is Ill - Take your baby’s temperature, Check for signs of dehydration
Even minor illnesses can be alarming for new parents, but knowing what to look out for will make you much more confident and help you to remain calm when symptoms appear.
Baby Basics : Vacations and Trips
One of the greatest things about new babies is that they are very portable, and many new parents like to take advantage of maternity and paternity leaves to go a little farther afield. Start preparing before you pack by making a list of all the things you need to take, including the items here.
Perfect Start To The Day (Part 2) - Bubble and squeak with poached eggs, Oat pancakes with fruit and vanilla yoghurt
For the puree, cook the apple, spices and juice in a heavy-based saucepan for three minutes. Remove the apple and boil the mixture for 15 minutes until reduced to a thick syrup. Sieve out the spices, add back half the cooked apple and cook for a further two minutes, then blitz to a smooth paste.
Perfect Start To The Day (Part 1) - Apple and blackberry porridge
Weather influences cravings so check the forecast when planning your meals, if you’ve had your porridge you won’t give into that latté on a miserable morning.
Baby Basics : Topping and Tailing, Changing your Baby, Your Changing Bag & Creating a Routine
Many parents set up a changing table in the baby’s nursery, with diapers, wipes, a bowl for warm water, cotton balls, diaper cream, and a diaper pail. You may also choose to set up a mini-station in another part of the house where you spend time feeding and playing with your baby.
Baby Basics : Bathing your Baby
Although it may sound straightforward, bathing a reluctant, slippery baby can be a challenging experience. The best advice is to make bathing a part of your baby’s regular routine, and she’ll soon get used to it, and even come to enjoy it—as will you.
Traditional Cooking Chemicals (part 8) - Alcohol - Extracts for drinks - Regan's Orange Bitters No. 5
Bitters are to bartenders what extracts and spices are to chefs: they provide flavor with minimal impact on texture, volume, or other variables. Bitters refers to any extract that includes a bittering agent, such as gentian, quinine, or citrus rind.
Traditional Cooking Chemicals (part 7) - Alcohol - Vanilla Extract
A number of organic compounds that provide aromas in food are readily dissolved in ethanol but not in water. You will invariably encounter dishes where alcohol is used for its chemical properties, either as a medium to carry flavors or as a tool for making flavors in the food available in sufficient quantity for your olfactory system to notice.
The Sugar Blockers (Part 2)
Both fruits and vegetables contain soluble fiber, but vegetables block sugar more effectively because they contain more fiber and less sugar. Remember not to cook the vegetables too tender, let boil them until soft and keep all soluble fiber.
The Sugar Blockers (Part 1)
We all face many difficulties in resisting alarm rate of pasta and sweets. Use the following seven principles to explore the power of the foods that can slow down the sugar absorption in a natural way for you to eat your favorite food comfortably.
The New Superfoods : Cassava, Kefir, Chia seeds, Sprouts, Black garlic, Barley & Nutritional yeast
“Healthy eating habits bring you interesting things. Let get acquainted with 8 fresh foods with anti-cancer effects, anti-aging, increase energy and add them to your diet”
Traditional Cooking Chemicals (part 6) - Mozzarella Cheese
American string cheese is really mozzarella cheese that’s been formed into long, skinny logs. Other countries make string cheese using goat or sheep’s milk, sometimes adding in cumin seeds and other spices, and often braid several thin strands together.
Traditional Cooking Chemicals (part 5) - Acids and Bases - Scallop Ceviche
This scallop ceviche is a simple dish to prepare, and surprisingly refreshing on a warm summer day. It’s also a good example of how acids—in this case, the lime and lemon juices—can be used in cooking.
Warm Apple Crisp
Sprinkle Topping evenly over apples, pressing down lightly. Return dish to oven and bake 25 minutes, or until top is crisp and browned and Filling is bubbly.
Turkey Tetrazzini recipe
Push vegetables to outskirts of pan, creating well in center. Add flour to well, pour 1 cup broth over flour and whisk vigorously to form thick paste. Slowly start to bring vegetables into paste, then stir to thoroughly combine. Cook 2 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Tuna Au Poivre
To 2-quart saucepan, add 2 cups water, lentils, and ½ teaspoon salt; heat to boiling on high. Reduce heat to low; cover and simmer 20 to 25 minutes, or until lentils are tender. Drain lentils and return to pan; cover to keep warm.
Tangerine Chicken Stir-Fry
Cook rice as label directs. Meanwhile, in 12-inch skillet on medium-high, heat 2 teaspoons vegetable oil until hot. Add tangerine peel and cook 1 minute, or until lightly browned. With tongs or slotted spoon, transfer peel to large bowl.
Stuffed Pork Chops
In large skillet or Dutch oven on low, cook bacon slowly, until fat is rendered and bacon is crisp; remove with slotted spoon to paper towel to drain. Discard all but 1 tablespoon bacon drippings from skillet.
Strawberry Shortcakes
In food processor with knife blade attached, pulse oats until coarsely ground. Add flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and 3 tablespoons sugar. Pulse until combined.
Living Large In Small Spaces
Several years ago, film student Christopher Smith saw a magazine cover that caught his eye. The auspicious image – a smiling Washintonian named Dee Wiliams, relaxing in her 84-square-foot house - was filed away in his mental Roledex.
Be The Partner You Wish To Have
In our quest for wholeness, we often try to make up for our internal emptiness by seeking completion in another. Many of us have taken this to an extreme, believing that fulfillment is only possible in the arms of a soul mate.
Traditional Cooking Chemicals (part 4) - Sugar - Sugar Swizzle Sticks, Candied Orange Rind
Sugar, like salt, can be used as a preservative, and it works for the same reasons. The sugar changes the osmotic pressure of the environment, leading to cellular plasmolysis and inhibiting the growth of microbial cells.
Traditional Cooking Chemicals (part 3) - Salt - Wet brining - Preserved Lemons
All you need are washed and preferably organic lemons (either Eurekas or Meyers), kosher salt, and a glass jar with a tight lid that has been sterilized by running it through the dishwasher.
Play With Fire – Eat Smart (Part 2) : Sweet veggie skewers, Light beer cocktail, Braaied tropical fruit with plain yoghurt
There’s no beating the juicy, seared-in flavor of fruit on the braai. Topped with cinnamon and a dollop of plain yoghurt (with honey and coconut for a little extra sweetness), it’s a fresh and satisfying way to end a meal.
Play With Fire – Eat Smart (Part 1) : Grown-up cheese toasties, Moreish mealies, Even more cheese toasties
Anyway, to have but one pair of sports shoes (not counting flippers) now seems to be a complete aberration. The correct approach is to have a different pair of the Shoes-Previously-Known-as-Takkies for each activity. This is what makes buying a pair of shoes well-nigh impossible.
Super-Crunchy Chicken Breasts
Line baking sheet with nonstick foil. In shallow pie plate or bowl, combine cornflake crumbs, paprika, thyme, garlic powder, and 1 teaspoon salt.
Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie
In 1 large bowl with peel, combine strawberries, rhubarb, and granulated sugar until well mixed. To small bowl with juice, add cornstarch; stir until well mixed. Stir juice mixture into fruit mixture until well combined. Pour into 9-inch glass or ceramic pie plate; spread tilling in even layer.
Spaghetti Squash Puttanesca
Place squash in 9-inch glass pie plate and pierce 6 times with sharp knife. Microwave on High 5 to 6 minutes per pound, about 20 minutes, or until squash is tender when pierced with knife. Cool 10 minutes.
 
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