Posts Tagged "Tips"

Best Natural Way to Trap and Kill Fruit Flies with Vinegar

Posted by on Apr 10, 2012 | 8 comments

Best Natural Way to Trap and Kill Fruit Flies with Vinegar

With fresh fruits and vegetables come the dreaded fruit flies.  These teeny tiny buggers aren’t harmful but they do multiply and are highly irritating.  When the weather turned warm, we noticed more and more flying around in our kitchen.  I used a very simple and all natural method to trap and kill them. 

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Choose Ocean Friendly, Sustainable Seafood (Sashimi and Sushi) with Sea Choice’s Mobile App

Posted by on Oct 5, 2011 | 3 comments

Choose Ocean Friendly, Sustainable Seafood (Sashimi and Sushi) with Sea Choice’s Mobile App

Speaking of being ocean friendly, every choice we make counts. By avoiding unsustainable fish and seafood, we directly decrease the market demand. If we all chip in some effort and make small sacrifices, it IS possible to snuff out depletion caused by over-fishing, bycatch deaths, ocean bottom damage from trawls, and more.

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Banana Brûlée with Ice Cream Recipe

Posted by on Jul 9, 2011 | 0 comments

Banana Brûlée with Ice Cream Recipe

… or rather, another non-recipe. Preparing dessert for dinner parties is my sore weakness. I have no problem throwing six savoury courses together

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Mango Salsa Recipe and How to Choose and Carve a Pineapple

Posted by on Jun 29, 2011 | 12 comments

Mango Salsa Recipe and How to Choose and Carve a Pineapple

Gracing tables at picnics, potlucks, or barbeques, this sunny summer salsa is always a hit.  This non-recipe is effortless to make too. Save slaving away in the kitchen for Thanksgiving. After all, it’s summer summer summer time.

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Top 10 social media tips to avoid being a hack

Posted by on Mar 11, 2011 | 20 comments

Top 10 social media tips to avoid being a hack

As the Fugees say, there are simply “too many MCs not enough mics”, especially in the social media sphere.  Self proclaimed social media experts and gurus are around every corner.

Everyone is spittin’, but not everyone is heard.  Why? Chances are, the silenced ones either need to step up their game or they’ve ticked off one too many people.

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Sous Vide Rib Eye Steak in Homemade Insulated Immersion Circulator Container

Posted by on Feb 26, 2011 | 20 comments

Sous Vide Rib Eye Steak in Homemade Insulated Immersion Circulator Container

Make friends with chefs. Better yet, make friends with “retired” chefs that are done with the long hours and the dissatisfying pay. Get especially tight with those that have recovered from jadedness

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