Money Saving Egg Baking Tip: Freezing The Whites For Storage

Posted on: 24 March 2016
Eggs are a delicious and necessary baking item, but eating too many can be a hazard to your cholesterol. However, you can separate egg whites from the yolk and use the whites for a low-calorie and low-cholesterol alternative to whole eggs. Also, freezing egg whites you don't use in an immediate baking project can help ensure you have some available for a later baking project. Thankfully, freezing, storing, and thawing egg whites is a pretty simple process.
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4 Tips For Throwing A Dinner Party For Foodies

Posted on: 13 January 2016
Throwing a dinner party for friends can be a lot of fun, but when everyone that you know is a foodie it can also be a little bit stressful. When you and your friends appreciate great food, planning a menu, creating the perfect atmosphere, and preparing the food can take some time and consideration. Use the following tips to throw a great dinner party for a crowd of foodies: Serve Poussin Chicken
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6 Surprising Uses For Pickle Juice

Posted on: 12 January 2016
The next time you purchase a jar of kosher pickles, do not throw out that juice! There are many uses for pickle juice that may surprise you. Here are a few ideas for your leftover pickle juice. #1 Use It Again You can use your leftover pickle juice and the jar it came in to create more pickled food. Add some garlic, onions, artichokes, or hard-boiled eggs to your leftover pickle juice and let them brine.
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5 Great Wines for Seafood Lovers

Posted on: 7 January 2016
If you're putting together a wine basket for the seafood lover in your life, you're probably wanting to include some selections beyond the traditional chardonnay and sauvignon blanc that everyone automatically reaches for when seafood is on the menu. Fortunately, other types of wine exist that pair well with seafood -- following are five of the best and what types of seafood they complement. Pinot Noir Pinot noir grown and bottled in Oregon and Washington pairs perfectly with wild salmon caught in North Pacific waters.
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