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4 Easy Ways to Fry Fish At Home
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There is no smarter decision than adding fish to your daily meals. A good fry-up is not only tasty but also comes with a whole lot of nutrients. You might be aware that fish meat can contribute to your health

Everything You Need to Know About Making Lemon Curd
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Lemon curd, lemon cheese, or lemon butter…you call it as you may. This tasty and creamy curd is spread on scones, muffins, and bread to give them a heavenly flavor you won’t get from any other product. It is used

The Ultimate Guide to Frying with Olive Oil
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Last week I was having dinner at my friend Katy’s house. Katy is an incredible chef who works at a restaurant I worked in when I was younger. When I left working the commercial kitchen, she carried on and is

How to Clean Eggs with Vinegar
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Vinegar has many uses, but have you heard about cleaning eggs with vinegar?  How do you clean the eggs you collect from your poultry house? If you rear chicken you frequently come across dirty eggs soiled in mud, chicken droppings, nesting

30 Best Dinner Party Themes for 2020
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Having friends and family around for dinner doesn’t need to feel like a chore to keep the in-laws happy. Whenever I have people over for tea, I think it’s nice to add a little something extra and make it a

20 Frugal Grocery Shopping Tips
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Things can get rather generic with frugal grocery shopping tips. I found a lot of the info available to be pretty general. In practice, it never really worked out for me. So, I dug a little deeper to try and

30 Savory Breakfast Ideas
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Having had first-hand experience of the effects of skipping breakfast, I then religiously made sure I make time for the ‘most important meal of the day.’ I set time aside to enjoy breakfast now, but, so many recipes seem to

Camping Food Ideas: No Stove or Refrigeration
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My husband’s family has always loved to camp; he likes to tell stories about how the whole family would pack up and go out for days. When we got married he decided it was time for me to sample the

Nostalgic Beers From the 70s and 80s
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People who enjoyed a beer in the 70s and 80s get Nostalgic when they remember the good times they had back then. Beers that existed in the 70s and 80s and did not pass the test of time are forgotten. 

5 Tips to Becoming a Professional Grocery Shopper
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Are you an organised and meticulous individual who is interested in earning extra income? The grocery business is one of the fastest-growing businesses and you could be useful as a shopper. You might even want to be a professional grocery

What is the Best Way to Reheat Battered Fried Fish?
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A fried battered fish is a well-loved traditional British food staple! So, what is the best way to reheat battered fried fish? There are several ways you can reheat battered fried fish, and each method is unique as we’re going

Pros and Cons of Eating Eggs
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Thinking about my favourite dish – full English breakfast, and trying to imagine it without eggs, pretty much ruins the entire dish. I probably speak for many other people, and not just foodies. I’ve long since been made wise to

How to Use and Store Apple Cider Vinegar
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Apple cider vinegar is a kitchen spice popular for its amazing health benefits and pleasing flavour. This ingredient comes from a combination of crushed apples and yeast. The yeast aids fermentation to change the sugar content of the apple into

Chip Shop Chips at Home: the Ultimate Guide
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When I was growing up my mother didn’t cook much; she had to work and to be honest, she wasn’t one of those moms inclined to slave away in the kitchen. For tea she preferred to give us money to

Keeping Drunk Munchies Under 250 Calories
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I started drinking alcohol when I left home for college. I made friends quickly, and I was soon introduced to the mayhem of college parties. We would get together every Friday night and hit the town, going from pub to

The Michelin Star Rating System Uncovered
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Growing up in a foodie family I learnt about the Michelin Star as a young child. We ate out once or twice a week, and when my parents were feeling flush they would take us to high end restaurants to