Tips

Prepper Tip: How to Freeze Dry Food for Storage

By |April 6th, 2014|

  Freeze drying foods is a great way to ensure that you have food that is safe to eat in your home in any situation or circumstance. The freeze drying process greatly differs from other preservative methods because it dramatically affects the texture of the food. However, after freeze drying is completed, while the food […]

How to Start Your Own Homemade Candy Business

By |April 5th, 2014|

With the economy in shambles and so many people out of work, it may not seem like a great time to be thinking of starting your own business. However, despite the conclusions that most people draw, in a period of economic tribulation a variety of special opportunities can be taken advantage of. For example, it […]

Foods with 4 Major Nutrients that Protect the Skin

By |April 3rd, 2014|

Did you know that what we eat affects the health of our body? Yes?! Ok well, did you know that there are certain foods that can have a direct effect on our skin? Well, its true, experts say that certain natural foods will do as much for your appearance as it will for your […]

How Your Diet Affects Your Breath

By |March 28th, 2014|

Foods do not have as much of an effect on breath odors as most people assume. Most of the odors that occur in the mouth are caused by bad bacteria on the tongue and around the teeth that produce sulfur compounds, which are a harbinger of halitosis. This does not mean that your diet has […]

Cheap Food on Holiday

By |March 19th, 2014|

Holiday is for letting it all hang out, treating yourself and family to things you don’t get to enjoy every day.  Splurging on fancy meals and fun cocktails is part of the vacation landscape, so it should not be sacrificed lightly. Readies is a great source for a little extra spending money, but the fact […]

Plan Ahead for Food Savings

By |March 19th, 2014|

Let’s face it, busy modern lives don’t always slow down, allowing us to plan ahead and plot our weekly course.  Too often we are left reacting to what comes are way, rather than proactively shaping our days.  Unfortunately, flying by the seat of our pants is an easy way to waste money, especially on things […]

How to cook pasta perfectly

By |October 23rd, 2013|

Sometimes, it is difficult to cook pasta without sticking. The taste is not nice if it is over cooked.

Here are few tips to cook pasta evenly.

How to cook pasta perfectly?

Add salt to boiling water when cooking pasta.

Stir well to stop pasta from sticking to the bottom of the pan.
I used to add few oil drops […]

How to avoid fish from sticking onto the pan when pan frying

By |October 9th, 2013|

It is a common experience that the fish is sticking to the pan while pan frying.I had this issue earlier and did not able to have a nice surface when pan frying a fish.Finally I found how to pan fry a fish without sticking onto the pan.Here are few tips to prevent this.Remember to […]

How to fold a grocery bag and store them neatly

By |August 1st, 2013|

fold a grocery bag neatlyThis is not a recipe post. But I believe an organized pantry/kitchen is one of the secrets for a delicious dish. I usually reuse plastic grocery bags. Most of the time I use those as garbage bags or liners for the dustbins.  But how to store them nicely in […]

How to make Ginger Garlic Paste at home

By |July 16th, 2013|

Homemade Ginger Garlic PasteGinger garlic paste is an essential for cooking; most of the recipes including Sri Lankan recipes require ginger garlic paste, specially recipes like chicken curry. Until recent, I used to grind this when it is needed for a recipe. But it takes time to grind it frequently for each recipe and […]