Whether you live in the South or not, you can treat your dinner party guests to the authentic tastes from the southern states. Delight your friends' and family members' palates to a menu filled with Southern restaurant-inspired seafood delicacies. Southern seafood will be appropriate for any type of celebration, such as birthday parties, holiday get-togethers, and summertime backyard barbecues. While you don't have to have seafood flown in from the South, your recipes will taste best when you use the freshest selections available to you.
It's common for people to stop ordering delivery pizza while they are dieting because delivery pizza can be high in sodium, calories, and fat. However, dieting doesn't mean that you have to give up pizza completely. You might be surprised to find out that you can drastically reduce the amount of calories per slice of pizza just by altering you order a bit. Order Whole Wheat Crust A lot of the empty calories in a slice of pizza are in the crust.
Catering a party for vegans can be challenging if you're not vegan yourself. So many recipes that you'd think would be vegan actually call for eggs, milk, or cheese. Potatoes are a great choice when you're catering vegan parties since they're filling and appeal to a wide array of tastes. Here are two vegan potato recipes that are sure to please palates. Vegan Mashed Potato Casserole Mashed potatoes don't have to be loaded with butter and milk to be delicious.
Ordering takeout from a pizza restaurant is certainly enjoyable, but sometimes you just feel like cooking at home. This pesto and chicken pizza is entirely homemade from the crust to the sauce, and it's just as delicious as the specialty pies from your local pizzeria. Ingredients (for the crust): 1 cup warm water 3 cups bread flour 1 packet active dry yeast 1 teaspoon white sugar 2 teaspoons salt 2 tablespoons olive oil or canola oil Ingredients (for the pesto):
You love pizza. Unfortunately, everyone keeps telling you how unhealthy it is. If you're trying to watch what you eat, your well-meaning friends may be trying to convince you to eliminate pizza from your diet altogether. Luckily, you don't have to. It turns out that pizza isn't as bad for you as some people might think. Here are four reasons why pizza is good for you. It's a Good Source of Antioxidants
Finding the problems inside your restaurant isn't always easy, especially if you are close to your employees. However, a few years ago I could tell that things weren't going well, and that I needed to do more to improve food quality. I started carefully evaluating every aspect of my restaurant, and before I knew it, I found little changes that made a big difference. This blog is all about making your restaurant a little bit better--one change at a time. You never know, the changed you make today might become the profits that you will make tomorrow. Check out the rest of this blog to learn more.