Made in Malta cooking app offers locals food for thought

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Made in Malta cooking app offers locals food for thought

Times of Malta18 hours ago
“You need the kick to start cooking new things, because you won’t come up with recipes quickly or on your own.” The app contains over 400,000 recipes, including more than 40 for traditional Maltese food. Finding a healthy meal plan is relatively easy, but keeping up with it can be a hassle. The application …

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Ed Yardeni: Why Stocks Will Keep On Cooking

Barron’sMar. 8, 2018
Forty years ago, a headhunter with a thick New York accent telephoned Ed Yardeni, a young New York Federal Reserve economist, and enticed him to join E.F. Hutton. Not long after, Yardeni’s former boss, Paul Volcker, became the Fed chief and kicked interest rates higher. As Volcker succeeded in …

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On Breaking Food Rules and Learning to Cook the Food You Love

Bon Appetit3 hours ago
I tried restrictive dieting, intensive cleanses and fasting, deep dives into books and articles on the latest trends and studies. The further I went down the rabbit hole of health and wellness, the further away I got from the great pleasure I used to take in cooking and eating. Eating in a really restrictive, limited …

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For Poor Venezuelans, a Box of Food May Sway Vote for Maduro

U.S. News & World Report1 hour ago
Stamped with the faces of Maduro and Chavez, the CLAP boxes usually contain rice, pasta, grains, cooking oil, powdered milk, canned tuna and other basic goods. Recipients pay 25,000 bolivars per box, or about $0.12 at the black market rate. That is a godsend in a country where the minimum monthly …

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Seven Ways to Use Bitters for Cooking, According to Chefs

VinePairFeb. 18, 2018
Stir in leeks and garlic and cook, stirring occasionally, until leeks are translucent, about 6 minutes. Stir in squash, stock, water, bitters, sugar, salt, and pepper, and bring to a boil. Cook soup, uncovered, until squash is very tender, about 25 minutes. Transfer soup to a blender and purée in batches, or use an …

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How to cope with your food allergy

Medical News TodayMar. 8, 2018
Cook allergy-safe foods first if you are cooking a range of foods. Cover allergy-safe foods to prevent them being spluttered with unsafe foods. Thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water if you have handled a food allergen. Soap and water and commercial wipes will eliminate food allergens, but water …

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Finding a Lost Strain of Rice, and Clues to Slave Cooking

New York TimesFeb. 14, 2018
He’d also heard stories about it from elderly cooks in his community. Like everyone else, he thought the hill rice of the African diaspora was lost forever. But then, on a rainy morning in the Trinidad hills in December 2016, he walked past coconut trees and towering okra plants to the edge of a field with ripe …

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How to Stop Worrying and Love Hosting Dinner Parties

Wall Street JournalMar. 9, 2018
In “Feed the Resistance: Recipes + Ideas for Getting Involved” (Chronicle), published in October, Julia Turshen writes, “In all times, but especially during uncertain ones, there is something so beautifully comforting about cooking a meal from start to finish.” As we point our faces at our electronic devices 24/7, …

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Woodside’s Simple Exxon Recipe

BloombergFeb. 13, 2018
Too many cooks spoil the broth — in energy, as in cooking. Woodside Petroleum Ltd. has long had two alternatives to replace declining volumes at its North West Shelf project, a gas plant on Australia’s Burrup Peninsula that started production from offshore fields back in 1984. In one corner: Browse, …

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Alice Waters: ‘Coming to My Senses: The Making of a …

TruthdigMar. 10, 2018
But to just cook without sort of reading a cookbook, just putting things together, and–I just felt like somebody wasn’t paying attention. And I’m sure that some people were, but I was kind of offended by the gatherings that I went to. And again, my sense of making the table look beautiful, and having a little ritual …

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