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Getting More for Less: Stretching your Monthly Food Budget Effectively

The pressing concern of the average American household is how to squeeze in enough nutrition for the entire family on a shoestring monthly food budget. Things that are affordable aren’t so great nutrition-wise and all the food that’s bursting with nutrition costs a pretty penny.

Fret not! While you may not be in a position to double your income overnight there are a few things you can do to stretch your dollar. It requires some effort and commitment, but with a little bit of planning you will be able to meet the nutritional needs of your family without upsetting the financial cart.

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Dining Etiquettes across Various Cultures of the World

What do you know about dining etiquettes of Germany? Or for that matter Japan? How do you know you aren’t offending your client from Turkey with a random, thoughtless gesture? Or maybe, you are showing disrespect to a friend from China by your conduct during dinner?

Well, it’s best to know what to do and what not to do when dining with friends, business partners or clients from different countries of the world. It will save you a whole lot of embarrassment and make a good impression on the other person as well. (more…)

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The Healthiest Ethnic Cuisines in the World

There is more reason than one to experiment with a variety of ethnic cuisines. Not only does it broaden your culinary experience, but, in that process, it could also do a lot of good to your body. Here are some ethnic cuisines that have proven, by the ingredients they use and cooking methods they follow, to be healthy and good for your body. The next time you are hankering after a new experience food-wise you might want to give these ones a try and do your body a huge favor. (more…)

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Quaint & Charming Christmas Food Superstitions

Christmas, like all other religious festivals, has its fair share of superstitions and charming old-world beliefs. For instance, you must have heard of this superstition which says that you should never send Christmas carolers from your house empty handed, even if they don’t sing too well. It’s considered bad luck to do so. You should offer carolers food or drink and a bit of money. Another one goes that you should keep a branch of a cherry tree in water at the beginning of advent. If the branch flowers by Christmas, it will definitely bring you luck. (more…)

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GoodBurger makes Menu Changes to give you Heftier Burgers

Tom Galis might not be a name familiar to all New Yorkers but goodburger is not a name that can escape the average burger-cruncher’s notice. After all when you have a place that is called goodbuger and strives to do just that – serve good, reasonably priced, and amazingly tasty burgers to the ever hungry population of Manhattan – there’s no way you can stop a success story from being written. And written it was in bold letters, much to the delight of Tom Galis – the brain behind goodburger. Now, try and remember that name, will you? (more…)

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Burn a Hole in your Pocket with Highly Overpriced Fast Foods

There are some very compelling reasons why people love fast food, in spite of the health risks of binging on them. To begin with, they are oh so very tasty! What food can live up to the juicy goodness of a burger or the cheesy ecstasy of pizza? Besides, in addition to providing a great experience for your taste buds, fast foods are filling and cheap, too. Where else can an entire family enjoy a full meal at less than $25? (more…)


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