3 Ways To Make Sure You Are Prepared For A Natural Disaster

You never truly know when a natural disaster will happen. If you live in an area where natural disasters have occurred in the past, it is even more important for you to prepare for what could potentially happen, such as a hurricane or earthquake. When you prepare for an emergency, you can put your mind at ease knowing you have certain necessities that can help you get through until help arrives.   Read More...

How to Build a Basic Home Bar

Whether you are designing the perfect wet bar or simply putting together a serviceable bar cart, figuring out how to stock the home bar for the first time may seem overwhelming. There are a lot of choices available, which can be daunting to the neophyte. The following guide can help you put everything together successfully. The Backbone The backbone of the home bar consists of five essential liquors -- whiskey, vodka, gin, rum, and tequila.   Read More...

4 Must Try Nigerian Dishes

With the proliferation of African cuisine becoming quite commonplace in America, there's no reason to find a way to get ahold of African food, whether you go to a restaurant, order the food online, or try your own hand at making one of these delicious dishes. Nigerian food, with its heavy emphasis on sautéed veggies and delicious sauces, is becoming increasingly popular among African foods. Included on this list are just a few must try dishes from Nigeria.   Read More...

3 Foods That Are Affected By Hard Water

Water plays a significant role in the production and preparation of your food. If you have hard water in your house, then it could change the way your food looks and taste. Here are three foods affected by hard water. Fruits And Vegetables Fruits and vegetables can change when cooked in hard water. Hard water changes the texture of these foods because of the amount of calcium ions. A calcium ion is a metal and makes it hard for water to form a lather when using soap.   Read More...

Two Broiled Chicken Thigh Recipes For Big Groups

Few people don't enjoy chicken, and chicken thighs are the perfect cut when you're cooking for a crowd, since they're less sensitive to over-cooking than breasts. Whether you're a caterer who is professionally preparing a meal for an event or an at-home cook preparing for your own party, here are two broiled chicken thigh recipes that are sure to impress the guests. Cajun-Honey Chicken Thighs Spicy Cajun seasoning is balanced by the sweetness of honey in this simple recipe.   Read More...