Monthly Archives: September 2020

Best Boxed Dried Pasta

Dried Pasta can be found in almost any american household. They are a great to have in hand when unexpected guest show up. All you need to do is boil it and add some sauce and you have instant dinner. However, there are so many different brands on the market […]

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Best Olive Varieties to Eat

Olives are eaten whole, used in pizza and even squeezed for Oil. Its numerous health benefits and wide variety of taste makes it one of the best food in the world. Their tree are also used to make some of the Best Wooden Utensils around. Its makes little to no […]

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Best Korean Noodle Pot for Ramen

In the streets of Korea, you can find grannies selling instant noodles. Most of the time, they are selling Shin Ramyun. If you order one, they will often time bring out a special Korean Noodle Pot. These pots are designed for cooking noodles, they are light, cheap and great for […]

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Best Spanish Rice for Paella

The Best Spanish Rice for Paella is Balila or Bomba rice. These rices are designed to take in the maximum amount of broth while still retaining its firm texture. Italian Rice like Arborio or Caranoli rice are designed to melt and become creamy. They blend together becoming a soup like […]

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Polenta, Food of Lower Class Italians

To Italians, polenta is a basic staple in their diet. Much like rice, bread or potato is to other culture, its meant to be a bland grain to balance the dish. However, polenta was not always held in such esteem. In the sixteen century when it was first introduced, polenta […]

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Parmigiano Reggiano vs Parmesan Cheese

Parmigiano Reggiano is the authentic Italian parmesan cheese made only in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. Parmesan cheese in america are not allowed to be called Parmigiano Reggiano, hence the name parmesan cheese. What really sets these two cheese apart is the manufacturing process. True Parmigiano Reggiano needs to be […]

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Thrifty Ice Cream Scoop Review

Thrifty Ice Cream Scoop is now for sale! You can have your very own cylindrical ice cream at home. To use it, you insert it into a block of ice cream, twist it 90 degree and press the trigger. The ice cream should pop right out. If done correctly you […]

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