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8 Incredible Low Carb Snacks That Are Truly Delicious

Dying for a better selection of low carb snacks?

Carbohydrates are the bane of the dieter’s existence. Unfortunately, they show up in the most unexpected places. Take fruit for example.

Did you know a banana has 31.1 g of carbs? Eating two is equivalent to eating a baked potato, which has 63.2 g of carbohydrates. Raisins, dates, mangos, and pears also contain surprisingly high amounts of carbs.

So, it’s not just starchy vegetables, breads, and pastas you need to stay away from. The list of carb-heavy foods is vast and often surprising. When you finally narrow your grocery selection to exclude all the foods from that list, you’re left with a bland assortment of fruits and vegetables.

But life’s too short for tasteless food. That’s why we’ve rustled up 8 delectable light carb snacks that even the pickiest epicurean will swoon over. So, grab a fork and read on. Continue reading “8 Incredible Low Carb Snacks That Are Truly Delicious”

Mouth Watering Flavors: Tips to Make the Best Homemade Cheesesteaks

Do you want to make delicious homemade cheesesteaks?

There is nothing quite like an authentic Philadelphia Cheesesteak. It can even rival the food of some of the best restaurants. At first glance, it looks simple, but it isn’t as easy to replicate as you might think.

No one should have to suffer a substandard cheesesteak. Read on for our tips for making delicious homemade cheesesteaks. Continue reading “Mouth Watering Flavors: Tips to Make the Best Homemade Cheesesteaks”

10 Healthy Meal Plan Ideas You Need to Try

It’s dark. And quiet…. too quiet.

A sudden, low grumble calls out, sending a shrill scream reverberating through the air. It whispers…..feed me

You know what’s next: the agonizing horror of staring dumbly into open cupboards as you ponder on what monstrosity you can conjure for this evening’s nutritional sacrifice. As the beast within rears its ugly roar once more, you crumble in weary pain of having to subdue this ravenous creature day after day.

If this sounds like you—worry not, friend. It’s time we put this boogieman to rest once and for all. No longer shall you be victim to its eternal hunger.

Take this vorpal sword in hand and strike back with a healthy meal plan! Continue reading “10 Healthy Meal Plan Ideas You Need to Try”

Campfire Cooking: “Baked” Potatoes

  Basic method for “baking” potatoes in a campfire or wood-burning stove. (Also, includes directions for conventional ovens.)

Although campfires are common summertime events, many people still enjoy building up fires on cool fall nights – for a single evening or several nights running on a camping or hunting trip. Regardless of the season, campfires are generally accompanied by food. Hot dogs and marshmallows are common campfire fare, but a whole world of culinary options exist that use the open flame or piping hot coals. After all, before the advent of electric and gas ranges, cooking methods almost always used the heat, directly or indirectly, of burning wood.

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Stove-top Baked Steak

Time Saving Version of Classic Comfort Food

This recipe combines the traditional tastes of a Salisbury steak with mushroom and onion gravy with a one-hour preparation.

Baked steak, sometimes known as Salisbury steak, is considered a comfort food that often takes too long to prepare. Heating the oven, browning the steak on the stovetop and slow baking to tenderize a tough cut of meat have a way to relegating baked steak to a lunch out at a small-town diner.

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BBQ Chicken Recipes

These tasty BBQ Chicken Recipes are simple and flavorful. These different chicken-grilling methods will tantalize the taste buds.

BBQ chicken normally takes some time to cook. Due to the length of time chicken takes to cook, direct cooking over the heat source is not normally recommended. With the first recipe, direct cooking over the heat source is the exception, not the rule. For those who like to hover over the grill, this first recipe is perfect.

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Welcome to Foodie Paradise: The Best Food in NYC

It would take at least 22.7 years to experience every NYC restaurant. Save yourself some time and learn about the best food in NYC right now.

You’d need 5.5 years to try all of the restaurants in Brooklyn alone. However, certain restaurants guarantee a more delicious experience than others do. You might as well cut to the chase and start off eating great food.

You deserve to taste the best food in the NYC area. These restaurants serve some of the most delicious food in the world. Continue reading “Welcome to Foodie Paradise: The Best Food in NYC”

Need to Feed a Crowd? Why a Taco Bar Is the Best Idea

It’s not the usual thing for a food to get a day to celebrate itself, but tacos are special in this way.

Not only did Americans eat 4.5 billion tacos in a year, but they also are a food that has an entire national holiday dedicated to them. That’s why when you’re giving people tacos, you can rest assured that you’re doing everything right.

If you’re hosting any kind of party, a taco bar is a great way to feed your guests. It’s unique in a way that ordering other foods isn’t, and it gives people a lot of variety when they’re choosing what to eat.

Here, we’re going to tell you why you should lose the boring pizza or wings and hire a taco bar for your event. Continue reading “Need to Feed a Crowd? Why a Taco Bar Is the Best Idea”

Ban Food Boredom: How to Stay Creative While Meal Prepping

Cooking can be fun, but also time-consuming. If you lead a busy lifestyle, it may be hard to find time to fit in regular meals. Or, you may want to save money by bringing your own food to work.

Whatever your reason is, you might be looking into meal prepping. By making a huge batch of food at once, you can portion it out throughout the week. Not only does this save time, but it also saves you money.

But over time, meal prepping can get boring. so are there any ways to stay creative? We give you some tips in this article. Continue reading “Ban Food Boredom: How to Stay Creative While Meal Prepping”

What is Sushi? The Art and Tradition of Making Sushi

Though it’s been eaten in Asia since the 2nd century, sushi is a fairly new food to westerners. In fact, the first American sushi restaurant didn’t show up until the early 20th century. For this reason, many westerners are still not well-acquainted with the food.

Maybe you’re one of those with only a passing knowledge of sushi? Perhaps you’re looking to learn a little more about it? If so, you’re reading the right article.

“What is sushi?”, you ask. Below, we’re going to tell you just that, focusing on the art and tradition of the exotic food.  Continue reading “What is Sushi? The Art and Tradition of Making Sushi”