Must Haves for Any At-Home Chef

Written by Michael Lansing


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First out Pie Spatula

What could possibly ruinrepparttar perfect homemade Dutch crumb apple pie? Having it fall apart while you try to get that first piece out ofrepparttar 139660 pie dish. Well, here is a secret ofrepparttar 139661 pros use a first out pie spatula. You bakerepparttar 139662 spatula in withrepparttar 139663 pie. Whenrepparttar 139664 pie comes out ofrepparttar 139665 oven and cools, you makerepparttar 139666 cuts and lift that first piece out in perfect appetizing condition!

Kitchen Companion Guide

Ever wonder how long you need to steam asparagus? Not sure how to stick a thermometer in a turkey? Never butterflied a pork chop before? For allrepparttar 139667 weird, rarely used information you may need, while preparing a feast, you can turn to a kitchen guide. Look for a kitchen guide which specializes in everything and anything you may need to know while cooking any meal in any kitchen. For a complete guide that has gotten rave reviews, check outrepparttar 139668 Williams-Sonoma Kitchen Companion: The A to Z Guide to Everyday Cooking, Equipment and Ingredients.

Many ofrepparttar 139669 above items may not be featured at your local retail store, so you might want to find a local kitchen specialty store near you or do your shopping online. But, if you enjoyrepparttar 139670 art of cooking and want to be armed withrepparttar 139671 best tools possible, you now have a few more to add to your arsenal which will help you cook likerepparttar 139672 pros.

Article Bio: Mike Lansing is a retired chef who spent most of his time as a Head Chef in New Orleans after training in France. He spends his free time cooking for family and friends, as well as serving as a contributing editor for CookingSchools101.com which offers information on Culinary Schools for those wishing to enterrepparttar 139673 trade.

Article Bio: Mike Lansing is a retired chef who spent most of his time as a Head Chef in New Orleans after training in France. He spends his free time cooking for family and friends, as well as serving as a contributing editor for CookingSchools101.com which offers information on Culinary Schools for those wishing to enter the trade.


Health and Coffee Issues

Written by Randy Wilson


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Related Health and Coffee Issues

More to that first cup of Coffee

Research has found that your first cup of coffee inrepparttar day could shield you against colon cancer.

In a study by German researchers on an enzyme called Methylpyridinium it was discovered to prevent or protect against colon cancer. Using animals to test this highly potent antioxident researchers found that it excites production of Phase ll Enzyme's which are believed to protect against colon cancer pulpitation's. This is according to a recent magazine article aboutrepparttar 139426 relationship between health and coffee. Methylpyridinium is an anticancer compound that is in coffee which has for years been thought to protect against Colon Cancer and now has been identified as doing just that.

A professor atrepparttar 139427 University of Musnter, an Institute for Food Chemistry has said that until human studies are done we won't knowrepparttar 139428 total effects of coffee on colon cancer development. He also noted that in comparison to medium roast coffees, espresso has 2 to 3 timesrepparttar 139429 amount of cancer fighting agents. Even instant coffee hasrepparttar 139430 same anticancer compounds found in caffeinated and decaffeinated coffees.

Coffee colonics detoxifyrepparttar 139431 liver, as well as cleanserepparttar 139432 colon. Some people claim that they provide immediate relief to toxicity symptoms, such as congestion, indigestion, pain and headaches. There are even some small studies that suggest that coffee in enema form can aid inrepparttar 139433 treatment of pancreatic cancer.

Randy's son David owns http://www.ultimate-coffees-info.com. Randy helps with the copywriting and operations of the Coffee website.


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