Is Keto Diet Safe — daneelyunus (Reblog)

Ketogenic Diet – It is a low carbohydrate, high-fat and adequate protein diet that is used in lowering weight and also to treat epilepsy especially in children with several other benefits. This diet becomes very popular among youngsters due to rapidly fat loss. But the question arises – is the Keto diet is safe. Let […]

Is Keto Diet Safe — daneelyunus

Vegetarian towards Vegan — SOCIAL BRIDGE ~ Jean Tubridy connecting with you from Ireland (Reblog)

It’s been a gradual process but it’s almost three years now since I turned to vegetarianism and could never imagine turning back. In recent times, the move along the continuum has been edging ever closer to veganism. It’s largely about my love of animals but also about feeling so much better on this diet that […]

Vegetarian towards Vegan — SOCIAL BRIDGE ~ Jean Tubridy connecting with you from Ireland

Datemaki, Japanese Traditional Pan-Fried Egg (Vegetarian) — Your Home for Homemade Japanese Food (Reblog)

This is a Japanese traditional New Year’s dish called Datemaki. It mainly contains egg and fish paste and has sweet taste and smooth texture. Today I use tofu as substitute for fish paste because tofu is easily available, it is delicious, and it becomes a great dish for people who follow vegetarian diet. For good […]

Datemaki, Japanese Traditional Pan-Fried Egg (Vegetarian) — Your Home for Homemade Japanese Food

Carrot and Daikon Radish Sweet Pickles (Gluten-free/Vegetarian) — koolkosherkitchen (Reblog)

Originally posted on Your Home for Homemade Japanese Food: Today I will introduce you to “Japanese traditional New Year’s food”.? New year is very important event in Japan. Anciently Japan had a tradition that people wouldn’t shop or cook for the first three days of New Year. Therefore, people cook lots of colorful dishes that…

Carrot and Daikon Radish Sweet Pickles (Gluten-free/Vegetarian) — koolkosherkitchen

MENU: NANA’S NEW YEARS DAY LUNCH — The Weathered Grey Table (Reblog)

“AS GOD IS MY WITNESS, I’LL NEVER BE HUNGRY AGAIN.” Scarlett O’Hara, Gone with the Wind Nana would come north every year before Thanksgiving and stay until after the New Year celebration.  Like every Southerner, superstitious or not, she knew that certain foods are required for an auspicious start to the year. The ham she […]

MENU: NANA’S NEW YEARS DAY LUNCH — The Weathered Grey Table

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – #Italian Cookery with Silvia Todesco – SPRITZ: the most popular Italian cocktail — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine (Reblog)

It has been a wonderful year of Italian cookery from Silvia Todesco with recipes for starters, main meals and desserts… to end the year, a little something to get you into the festive spirit. SPRITZ: the most popular Italian Cocktail I am very surprised I haven’t shared we you yet the recipe of this absolutely […]

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – #Italian Cookery with Silvia Todesco – SPRITZ: the most popular Italian cocktail — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Food Column – Carol Taylor – A – Z of Food – ‘V’ for Vacherin, Vanilla, Veal, Vegetable Spaghetti and Vichyssoise — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine (Reblog)

The A-Z of food…a culinary tour of the alphabet…The letter V…Vacherin, Vanilla, Veal, Vegetable Spaghetti and Vichyssoise etc. Welcome to this weeks edition of the Culinary Alphabet…Where I am exploring some culinary delights beginning with the letter V. Unusual for me as I am a savoury girl and not a sweet girl…I am starting with […]

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Food Column – Carol Taylor – A – Z of Food – ‘V’ for Vacherin, Vanilla, Veal, Vegetable Spaghetti and Vichyssoise — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Turkey vs. Greece: which one is a better destination? — Delusional Bubble (Reblog)

Turkey and Greece are both Mediterranean countries with amazing weather, beautiful beaches, and mouthwatering cuisine. At first glance, these two countries look very similar, but when you look at them a little deeper, you notice how different they are at the same time! Each one of them got a unique culture, food, and history. Do […]

Turkey vs. Greece: which one is a better destination? — Delusional Bubble