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The Pros and Cons of Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass has many, many pros and very few cons. It is a potent superfood with a hefty list of benefits and very few to absolutely no negative side effects. Not only can it be taken for your general well-being, but it can also be used to treat an array of ailments as well.

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About Wheatgrass

You may be wondering what exactly wheatgrass is. Is it a wheat or is it a grass? It’s actually both. It is derived from the special “leaf seeds” of common wheat, called cotyledons. All wheats are grasses. Wheatgrass actually looks more similar to bright, green grass than it does other types of wheat. The growing process is similar to that of growing malt wheat, but wheatgrass is allowed to grow for a longer period of time. It is harvested when the sprouts begin to split and all of the parts that are above the ground are used. This is when it will provide the optimum nutrition.

What It Does

Superfoods all have really high nutritional value and wheatgrass is no exception. It has high quantities of vitamins A, C and E, along with calcium, magnesium, iron and lots of amino acids. It is an excellent way to round out your diet and provide you with new energy and vitality, especially when paired with other superfoods.

Along with all of the vitamins and minerals, wheatgrass has antioxidant, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is a well-rounded immune system booster. It also increases the production of hemoglobin in the red blood cells. This helps to purify the bloodstream as well as more efficiently deliver oxygen to the rest of the body. With this increased oxygen flow, you will find yourself feeling better both physically as well as mentally.

While removing toxins from the blood it also helps to cleanse the liver. It can even remove heavy metal and drug deposits that may have accumulated. Wheatgrass is also great for irrigating the body. It is a mild diuretic and can help to remove impurities as well as bacteria from the bladder, kidneys and other parts of the urinary tract.

Who Should Take It

Everyone can benefit from a small dose of wheatgrass daily. It is such a great superfood that you only need a small amount to experience the effects such as having more energy and fewer colds. Some people with certain conditions or certain ailments can get added benefits from wheatgrass. It is also obviously a good choice for anyone engaging in a detox or body cleansing regimen.

Because of it’s amazing effects on red blood cells, wheatgrass is a good way to lower blood pressure and cholesterol. It is also helpful for those with diabetes and other blood sugar conditions. It is excellent for combating infections, especially bacterial ones. As a diuretic as well as an anti-bacterial agent, it is particularly effective against UTIs and similar infections.

As a short term remedy, it can ease sore throats along with respiratory symptoms of the cold and flu. It is also good for mild joint pain, including arthritis. It can even act as a digestive aid. Many people also enjoy the taste so it is used in a number of food and drink products to enhance the flavor.

Forms of Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass is a staple of specialty food stores. You can buy the raw wheatgrass, wheatgrass juice or powder, as well as wheatgrass pills and tablets. Wheatgrass has a distinct and strong flavor that is somewhat sweet. Some people dislike the flavor, which turns them away from raw, juice and powder forms. Luckily, tablets are now readily available and they do not even have an aftertaste.

Wheatgrass juice is believed to provide the largest amounts of benefits. People often take “shots” of the juice because that is all that is needed. Some people chase it with fruit juice or incorporate it into smoothies. Drinking the juice can unfortunately get a bit expensive though.

The powdered wheatgrass can be bought in bulk and tends to last longer than the juice. Many people are turning to the powdered form. It is processed though so it does lose a bit of its nutritional value. Wheatgrass is so high in nutrients, though, that even the powdered form still has the qualities of a superfood.

Side Effects

As far as negative side effects of wheatgrass go, they are very uncommon. A small number of people may experience mild nausea, constipation or loss of appetite after taking wheatgrass. The benefits definitely out-weigh these mild side effects for most, so give one of the forms of wheatgrass a try.

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My 3 Favourite Recipes From Kenya

With 52 tribes in Kenya, extending from the coast to the Rift Valley lakes to the central highlands to the northern desert, the cuisines found in this country are many and varied. There is also a strong Indian influence as the spice traders started coming to Africa centuries ago and have remained to trade in various other goods since. Here I present three dishes commonly found around Nairobi. Two – the matoke and mukimo – are traditional Kikuyu dishes from the central highlands, and the chapatti is from the coast.

Chapatti

Ingredients (makes 15-20 chapattis):

½ litre cold water

1 kg flour

Salt

Sugar

Oil

Method:

Mix water with flour, add a handful of salt, a bit of sugar and a bit of oil (the oil makes the chapatti turn golden when it cooks). Divide the mixture into balls the size of a child’s fist. Roll out each ball to a flat circle about the size of a dinner plate. Fry on a very hot, oiled chapatti pan (flat fry pan) for about 2 minutes on each side or until golden brown.

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Matoke

Ingredients:

Plantains (these are green bananas that are starchy and not sweet)

Tomatoes

Cooking oil

Potatoes

Water

Onions

Parsley

Capsicum

Salt

Method:

Peel the plantains and potatoes and soak for about half an hour. Meanwhile fry onions, tomatoes, parsley, capsicum and salt. Add potatoes and plantains to the fried tomato mix. Cover with water and add salt to taste (the salt also helps soften the plantains quickly). Stew over medium heat until the plantains and potatoes are cooked through.

To cook minji (peas), maharagwe (beans, usually red kidney) and njahi (black beans) follow a similar recipe. Boil the peas or beans for several hours until soft. Fry up the tomato mix described above, add potatoes and water. Finally add the peas or beans and mix together over low heat.

Mukimo

Ingredients:

Beans (red kidney beans usually)

Maize kernels

Onions

Tomatoes

Potatoes

Method:

Boil beans and maize (generally equal amounts of beans and maize) until soft, this usually takes a couple of hours. In another pot, cook onions, tomatoes and potatoes until soft. Then add the beans and maize. Now you have githeri another popular Kikuyu dish (my favourite!). However, to get to mukimo, cook the stew for another 30 minutes before mashing it all together. The maize is tough to mash so don’t worry about the kernels staying whole. The beans and potatoes will mash easily though.

Some versions of mukimo do not use beans; instead use a leafy green vegetable such as kale or spinach which mashes with the potato to make the mukimo green.

The quantities depend on your taste and how many you are cooking for. Generally for mukimo you want equal quantities of beans, maize and potatoes with the onion and tomato simply adding some taste. For matoke the plantains should be more than the potatoes, about a 2:3 ratio. Again the tomato fry mix is simply to add taste so you don’t need too much. For the chapattis the flour should be twice the amount of water with sugar and salt to taste.

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day from Blush Restaurant + Lounge

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St. Patrick’s Day In Santa Barbara is best at Blush!

Downtown Santa Barbara restaurant and lounge, Blush, will be holding a delectable dinner this Thursday, March 17th.  Blush’s dazzling outdoor patio is open to both children and adults, making it an ideal location to celebrate, Irish style!

Blush will be serving up a delicious Corned Beef and Cabbage dinner with $5 Jameson, Fernet and Beer.  The regular dinner menu will also be available, along with Blush’s handcrafted cocktails, such as the Blood Orange Bellini, Raspberry Mojito, Fresh Fruit Sangria, as well as award winning wines of the month.  The dinner is only $16 per person.

Music will be provided by DJ Darla Bea!  Guests will find that the five star gourmet dinner combined with the contemporary elegant atmosphere makes for an unforgettable dinner in Santa Barbara.

Planning a bachelorette party?

There’s nothing the Irish love more than a good party, and, as we enter into the wedding season, many brides-to-be begin to plan their bachelorette party festivities. Blush is the perfect place in Santa Barbara to host your bachelorette party: our location provides the ideal ambience for the event, both to party it up in our lounge and to take a break to relax on the outdoor patio by the fire pit after a refined, California-style dinner.St. Paddys Day In Santa Barbara

If you are considering Blush for your bachelorette party but are looking for a few ways to make the night a little more special, why not take some tips from the Irish – the masters at throwing a good party. Consider these essential elements of every Irish bachelorette party (called a Hen Party) that provide the formula for the perfect night:

Dressing up. In Ireland on summer weekend nights, you will see groups of women out for a hen party in full matching costumes! Why not incorporate a theme or costume items into your party? Many parties choose party favors such as fancy hats, wigs, matching outfits, or boas or sashes to mark themselves out. Or go all out! If you want a specific theme for your party, we can plan it with you.


The meal
. In both Ireland and the U.S., the dinner is an important part of the evening where guests can mingle in a relaxed environment, get to know each other if they don’t already, and fuel up for the night ahead. In Ireland a popular choice would be the best local, elegant restaurant specializing in local seafood, a favorite among coastal communities like both Ireland and California. Our menu will cater perfectly to the tastes of your guests – enjoy some ahi tuna, scallops or salmon, and we also offer steaks, salads, vegetarian options, and late-night bites with oursocial dining menu.

The drinks. No bachelorette party is complete without libations! The Irish tradition is to take off after dinner and tour the local pubs, stopping for drinks in each one. But at Blush we have everything you need for the whole night – wine and cocktails, a fun atmosphere to party in our lounge and then a relaxing patio. We can even help you design custom cocktails for your Bachelorette party to really take the night up a notch.

The morning after. After a long night of fun, hen parties meet up in the morning for a full Irish Breakfast, the favorite weekend meal, and to recap stories from the night before. Blush serves a delicious weekend brunch to end the party the next morning and perk up your guests up with eggs, pancakes, sandwiches and drinks. Breakfast is the perfect way to end your party and send your guests on their way.

As bachelorette party season kicks off this March, take a tip from the Irish as you start to plan an amazing party! We have all the elements sure to make the party an event to remember: a fun atmosphere where you and the guests can dress up; a refined dining experience, featuring California seafood and other favorites; an extensive wine and cocktail list that can be enjoyed in our lounge or on our patio; and a perfect venue to finish the party the next morning with a delicious brunch. We can even work with you if you’d like to plan a specific theme or menu. Just like the Irish, we know how to throw a perfect bachelorette party at Blush!

 

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Q: I am interested in throwing a Bachelorette party at Blush. How do I contact you?

A: Visit the Events page of our website at http://www.blushsb.com/events/ and fill out the event inquiry form to start the conversation with us about your upcoming event, or email events@blushsb.com. For small parties or to reserve a table for dinner, call (805) 957-1300.

Q: How many people can you accommodate for an event?

A: We can accommodate up to 400 people when you rent out our venue for your next corporate event, holiday party, rehearsal dinner or private party. We also offer the back portion of our patio to rent for smaller parties of 10 or more.

Q: Can you cater to allergies and specific food requirements if I book my party at Blush?

A: Absolutely. Our chefs are happy to work with you to plan the menu when you host your party at Blush.

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Eat Well… and Brush Well

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Restaurant Management

Restaurant management is the profession of managing a restaurant. Associate, bachelor, and graduate degree programs are offered in restaurant management by community colleges, junior colleges, and some universities in the United States.

Administration
The Owner (or proprietor) is the person responsible for the business in general.

The General Manager or Operations Manager (may also be called the Managing Partner if he owns a stake in the business) is the person who operates the restaurant for the owner.

The Assistant Manager or Administrative Assistant (if there) manages the office and business aspect of the restaurant, is responsible for Human Resources (including payroll), financial and taxation documentation, and all record management.

The Host (or greeter) also awaits in the front.

Front-of-the-House Management
The Maître d’hôtel (or Manager) is entirely responsible for all front-of-the-house operations, manages staff who give services to customers and allocate the duties of opening and closing the restaurant. He or she is responsible for making sure his or her staff is following the service standards and health and safety regulations. He or she is the most important person in the front-of-the-house environment, since it is up to him or her to motivate the staff and give them job satisfaction. He or she looks after and guides the personal well-being of the staff, since it makes the work force stronger and more profitable, and works with other executive management officers such as the Executive Chef and the Owner.

The Beverage Manager (or Bar Manager, Bartender) is responsible for all the beverage, beverage service and bar operations of the restaurant. He or she reports directly to the Maître d’hôtel (Manager). Beverage managers order bar inventory, maintain and track inventory, issue bar stock, and schedule bar service personnel. Often a bar manager will have prior experience as a bartender. Often, a beverage manager will have extensive knowledge of beverages that include wine, beer, and spirits.

Back-of-the-House Management
The Executive Chef usually operates in corporate restaurant companies. They are entirely responsible for all back-of-the-house operations, and works with other executive management officers such as the Maitre d’Hôtel and the Owner.

The Chef de Cuisine (or Executive Sous Chef) manages the kitchen staff working in the kitchen and creates the menus in absence of the Executive Chef.

The kitchen is often referred to as the heart of the restaurant . They create the menu and “specials” as well as order the products needed for the menu recipes. Managing the kitchen staff helps to control food timing, quality, and cost. Kitchen management involves, most importantly, cost control and budgeting.

The Sous Chef (or Kitchen Manager) oversees the daily kitchen operations. They also act as the Chef de Cuisine when that individual is not in the restaurant.

The Head Cook is the Head Preparation Chef who supervises food preparation (prep).

The Head Station Chef (or Head/Lead Line Chef/Cook) supervises the cooking or “work” of your menu order and the “push” to ensure your entire table will receive their order at the same time.

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Santa Barbara Restaurant and Lounge: 4 Ways to Make your Valentine Feel Special with a Night Out

Happy Valentine’s Day from Blush Restaurant + Lounge!

The love of your life is sure to be foremost on your mind this Valentine’s Day. Words are nice, but actions certainly speak louder. One way to make your special person feel loved and appreciated on this day of romance is a night on the town. What could be more romantic than getting out of the house and having fun with your Valentine? Take the time to come see us at Blush Restaurant + Lounge  to get the sparks flying!

Valentine’s Day falls on Sunday this year, and this is a day of rest. Why slave over a hot oven when you can be out and about having the time of your life? Don’t make your partner spend hours cooking when you can come to Blush for a relaxing and romantic time together.

We are located in the heart of Santa Barbara, and we offer a refined social dining experience with a contemporary atmosphere. At Blush, you’re sure to have the best Valentine’s Day ever.

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Celebrate your love with a night on the town

Start by making a reservation at Blush, one of the most romantic restaurants in Santa Barbara.  Listed below are a few reasons why you’ll love dining at Blush:

  1. Delicious Food – Who doesn’t love a good meal regardless of what day of the week it is? Like the saying goes the way to a man or woman’s heart  is through the stomach. This is true for a holiday or a weekday! The most delicious dinners in town are right here at our Santa Barbara restaurant and lounge. Don’t forget to share a piece of cheesecake with your love!
  2. Alcoholic Beverages – Have a little extra fun by ordering a bottle of fine wine. We have an extensive wine list and wine is for lovers! Check out our cocktail menu as well. Even if you rarely indulge in a mixed drink, this is the the day to go for it.
  3. Atmosphere – Having a romantic dining experience is important to couples on Valentine’s Day.  The lights are Blush are turned down low and provide a warm, romantic feel.  You can count on having a night you’ll remember for many Valentine’s Days to come.
  4. Special Attention – We know the importance of making a good impression on the love of your life. That’s why our staff is truly dedicated to making you feel like you’re the only one dining with us. We will cater to your desire while we’re smiling the entire time. Your wish is our command!

Don’t forget if you visit us during the Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) we’ll give you 15% off your total bill!!

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Valentine’s Day Events in Santa Barbara, CA

  1. Take a cruise – Sail off into the sunset and enjoy the beauty of nature with your love at your side. Sunset Kidd has a 41 ft. yacht that holds up to 15 passengers. For the small price of $50, you can cruise and enjoy a wine tasting event on this unique day.
  2. Deep sea fishing – If you’re both the sporty type, you may enjoy some time spent deep sea fishing. This isn’t your ordinary Valentine’s Day event, but it can be yours when you call 805-564-8419 today! Once you’ve had your fill of fish and fun, be sure to join us at Blush Restaurant and Lounge.
  3. Horseback riding – Schedule a time for a tour of Santa Barbara by a horse! You can set the time, and the cost is only $85. The entire tour will take approximately 1.5 hours, and this is sure to help you work up an appetite!
  4. Sammy’s wine tours are the perfect choice for a great wine tasting trip with your sweetheart.  Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez are home to some of the best wineries in California.

About Blush Restaurant and Lounge: At Blush Restaurant and Lounge we want you to impress your significant other on Valentine’s Day. We’re here for you, and we can meet any special request you may have. Come join us for a night of fun and entertainment.  Be sure to visit our website and like our Facebook page! Simply call us today to schedule your reservation at 805-957-1300.

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Culinary Art and Related Careers

Culinary art, in which culinary means “related to cooking”, is the art of the preparation, cooking and presentation of food, usually in the form of meals. People working in this field – especially in establishments such as restaurants – are commonly called “chefs” or “cooks”, although, at its most general, the terms “culinary artist” and “culinarian” are also used. Table manners (“the table arts”) are sometimes referred to as a culinary art.

Culinarians are required to have knowledge of food science, nutrition and diet and are responsible for preparing meals that are as pleasing to the eye as well as to the palate. After restaurants, their primary places of work include delicatessens and relatively large institutions such as hotels and hospitals

Below is a list of the wide variety of culinary arts occupations.

  • Consulting and Design Specialists – Work with restaurant owners in developing menus, the layout and design of dining rooms, and service protocols.
  • Restaurant management – Manage a restaurant, cafeteria, hotel dining area, etc.
  • Food and Beverage Controller – Purchase and source ingredients in large hotels as well as manage the stores and stock control.
  • Entrepreneurship – Deepen and invest in businesses, such as bakeries, restaurants, or specialty foods (such as chocolates, cheese, etc.).
  • Food and Beverage Managers – Manage all food and beverage outlets in hotels and other large establishments.
  • Food Stylists and Photographers – Work with magazines, books, catalogs and other media to make food visually appealing.
  • Food Writers and Food Critics – Communicate with the public on food trends, chefs and restaurants though newspapers, magazines, blogs, and books. Notables in this field include Julia Child, Craig Claiborne and James Beard.
  • Research and Development Kitchens – Develop new products for commercial manufacturers and may also work in test kitchens for publications, restaurant chains, grocery chains, or others.
  • Sales – Introduce chefs and business owners to new products and equipment relevant to food production and service.
  • Instructors – Teach aspects of culinary arts in high school, vocational schools, colleges, recreational programs, and for specialty businesses (for example, the professional and recreational courses in baking at King Arthur Flour).

 

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VanillaFromTahiti Reviews Top 4 Dessert Magazines

 

 

Edible Santa Barbara

 

Published quarterly, Edible Santa Barbara celebrates the food and wine produced in Santa Barbara County. The magazine features seasonal and locally grown foods, and shines a spotlight on the people who grow and prepare the finest food and wine in Santa Barbara. By being a “locavore” (that is, eating locally and seasonally), the idea is to eat fresher foods and to reduce the cost of shipping foods over long distances. The Edible website includes an informative blog detailing local food movements, seasonal treats, and reviews of local restaurants and patisseries. You may join the “Supper Club” and gather with other readers and magazine staff for dinner at a local restaurant once each season. If you’ve ever wanted to find out more about Santa Barbara’s local cuisine and rare delicacies, this magazine is a good place to start. Edible Santa Barbara is a beautiful, full-color tribute to the food and foodies in Santa Barbara County. It’s available around town at select venues, but you may also order it from their website at www.ediblecommunities.com/santabarbara.

 

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DessertProfessional.com

 

Featuring a massive archive of dessert photography and a forum of active dessert enthusiasts, Dessert Professional Magazine’s website is one of a kind. This membership-based website is chock-full of recipes, tips, and how-to videos about all things sweet. A cross between a social network and an informational database, Dessert Professional Magazine has created its own genre. Browse around the site for tips, or sign up to join the network and contribute your own photos, videos, and discussion topics. Visit the Events page to learn about conventions, national and international baking contests, and other dessert-related events. Create your own profile and start mingling with other dessert and pastry professional and hobbyists. Discuss your favorite recipes in the forums, learn something new about baking, or just make new friends. Visit the Dessert Professional Magazine website for more details: http://www.dessertprofessional.com.

 

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Food Arts

 

Offered in digital as well as print format, Food Arts Magazine is a comprehensive source for everything from recipes and techniques to advice about wine and spirits. Their recipes page includes innovative meals and entrees such as Persimmon Tiramisu and Grilled Squab with Chrysanthemums. Looking for an out of this world cocktail? Dazzle your guests with the “Mexican Tailor” or the “Oaxacan Swizzle”. Geared toward restaurant and hotel professionals and home chefs alike, Food Arts offers unique ideas to make your menu stand out. The website has extensive video demos and pairings from renowned chefs as well as video wine coverage from all over the globe. The Front Burner articles focus on what’s new and hot, reviewing hotels and restaurants as well as discussing food trends and marketing strategies. FoodArts.com will keep you informed and up-to-date about culinary topics.To browse Food Arts or to order a subscription, visit www.foodarts.com.

 

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Pastry’s Best Magazine

 

Though this popular magazine is no longer publishing new issues, pastry chefs and home bakers the world over are still raving over the recipes and techniques in Pastry’s Best. Famous publishers and pastry chefs have contributed to this archive of pastry knowledge. From interviews with the US World Cup Pastry Team members to articles about regional desserts, you can find informative articles on their website, www.pastrynet.com. Visit their extensive links page to find related web pages about pastry chefs and cooking schools, as well as links to pastry museums worldwide. Read reviews and testimonials from pastry chefs who count on Pastry’s Best for recipes that turn out perfectly every time. You can view the latest issue as a PDF right from your computer, or you can order a compilation of issues 1-10 of Pastry’s Best in print. The print version of the magazine features stunning photography and recipes you will want to try again and again.

 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: VanillaFromTahiti Reviews Top 4 Dessert Magazines

SUMMARY: Vanilla From Tahiti, makers of the finest Tahitian vanilla beans and pure vanilla extract, is proud to present its list of the Top 4 Dessert Magazines. These magazines will inspire you to come up with tasty, impressive ways to use your vanilla bean pods and vanilla powder

Edible Santa Barbara
Published quarterly, Edible Santa Barbara celebrates the food and wine produced in Santa Barbara County. The magazine features seasonal and locally grown foods, and shines a spotlight on the people who grow and prepare it. By being a “locavore” (that is, eating locally and seasonally), the idea is to eat fresher foods and to reduce the cost of shipping foods over long distances. Their website includes an informative blog detailing local food movements, seasonal treats, and reviews of local restaurants and patisseries. www.ediblecommunities.com/santabarbara

DessertProfessional.com
Featuring a massive archive of dessert photography and a forum of active dessert enthusiasts, Dessert Professional Magazine’s website is one of a kind. This membership-based website is chock-full of recipes, tips, and how-to videos about all things sweet. A cross between a social network and an informational website, Dessert Professional Magazine has created its own genre. http://www.dessertprofessional.com

Food Arts
Offered in digital as well as print format, Food Arts Magazine is a comprehensive source for everything from recipes and techniques to advice about wine and spirits. Their recipes page includes innovative meals and entrees such as Persimmon Tiramisu and Grilled Squab with Chrysanthemums. Looking for an out-of-this-world cocktail? Dazzle your guests with the “Mexican Tailor” and the “Oaxacan Swizzle”. Geared toward restaurant and hotel professionals and hobbyists alike, Food Arts offers unique ideas to make your menu stand out. www.foodarts.com

Pastry’s Best Magazine
Though this popular magazine is no longer publishing new issues, pastry chefs and home bakers the world over are still raving over the recipes and techniques in Pastry’s Best. Famous publishers and pastry chefs have contributed to this archive of pastry knowledge. From interviews with the US World Cup Pastry Team members to articles about regional desserts, you can find informative articles or buy back issues on their website, www.pastrynet.com.

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