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Heart And Junk Food
A healthy diet ensures a healthy mind. A balanced diet that is rich in nutrients has an important role to play in preserving general health and provides protection against other conditions such as cancer. Junk food is that type of food that does not carry any nutritional value and is considered to be unhealthy. More...
How To Make French Fries ?
Homemade French fries taste not only better than the ones you pick up from the frozen section in Super markets but is easier on your pocket too. You can prepare these wonderful French fries yourself at home by simple deep frying or by baking. The secret of making French fries crispy is to double fry the thinly cut potato slices for a minute or so and re-fry them for a few minutes just before you serve them. More..
Recipes Using Oreo Cookies
Oreo cookies can be put to various types of use. It can be great of a desert or a pie or a cake. Most of the desserts using Oreo cookies are very easy to make and they require simple ingredients. During Christmas, you can use these simple recipes to make interesting cakes and cookies and serve them in decorated baskets or give them as gifts. They are perfect for any occasion like parties and birthdays. More...
Does Temperature Affect The Pop Rate Of Popcorn ?
Popcorn made from corn kernels, which puff into a white fluffy snack when they are heated. Popcorn is manufactured by taking out whole kernels from the cob, and drying them. Once they are dry, the kernels are heated and made to pop. When the kernels are heated, they make a popping noise and that is why they are called popcorn. Popcorn can be made in a vessel directly above flame or in a microwave. Popcorns are sold in special microwavable bags that expand when heated up. They fill with air and the hot air causes the corn to pop inside the bag. The question here arises is whether temperature has an effect on the pop rate of popcorn. More...
How To Fry Potato Chips ?
Potatoes are the second most consumed item the world over after rice. The thin, sliced, salty and crisp potato chips are one of the fastest selling snacks in America. The story goes that in 1853, a chef by the name of George Crum first made potato chips for a guest at a resort in Saratoga Spring, New York. This was an intended prank against the guest since the latter returned an order of French fries which were too thick by his standards. This marked the first step in the long journey of chips manufacture and selling. More...