The hot days of summer and even early fall can leave you parched for a refreshing drink. Sure, water is a great hydrator, but there are times when you thirst for a different taste and maybe a little caffeine to give your energy levels a boost. In the southern states, sweet tea is an item on just about every restaurant menu. And unsweetened iced tea is a popular summery drink across the United States. Traditionally, teas are always prepared by steeping teabags with hot boiled water to increase the aroma. But cold-brewing tea can bring more of the essence out of the tea leaves.
Historic Entrance of King and Prince Beach & Golf ResortSt. Simons Island, GA (August 9, 2010) Stay at the historic King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort as this award-winning oceanfront hotel hosts guests who are interested in coming to the Island for Bobi Saal’s newly created
Salads are a staple for people trying to eat well or save on fat and calories, but not all salads are created equal. While all greens are low in calories, many people sabotage what could be a nutritious dish by adding heavy toppings like fried chicken, croutons or a higher fat cheese. Tasty toppers don't have to be loaded with calories and fat. With a few new ideas and simple switches, a salad can be revitalized and turned into an even better meal. It's easy to make an inspired, flavorful lunch or dinner by mixing up a typical salad. A few simple switches, like changing up the type of cheese sprinkled over the top a salad, can make a big difference. With the right combination of vegetables, protein, fiber and nutritious fats, salads can become a satisfying and enjoyable better choice.
My LiKKle Food Spot, a new television program produced in Jamaica, began airing August 11, on the island's FLOW 100 cable channel. My LiKKle Food Spot is scheduled to air on Wednesdays, at 9:00 pm with a repeat airing on Sundays, also at 9:00 pm. The show is hosted by Eddy Edwards, a South Florida radio personality and CEO of Riddims Marketing.
At the 14th Americas Food & Beverage Show & Conference, Top chefs will take center stage to prepare their signature dishes and educate visitors on the food ingredients and menus of their country. The competition will bring together US and international teams in a culinary battle for the coveted position of "Best Chef in the Americas". The competition will follow the standards of the American Culinary Federation (ACF) and it will be judged by ACF certified judges. The winners will take home cash prizes and ACF medals.