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An Introduction to Cooking Salts

March 19, 2010
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An Introduction to Cooking Salts

Image via Wikipedia Salt tastes the same no matter where it’s from, right? Wrong! If you have grown accustomed to the horrible and harsher flavor properties of regular iodized table salt you will be completely smitten with the different varieties of cooking salts available. They are usually softer, milder, and far more flavorful than...

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Xanadu Ruhuna Highland Estate OP Tea

March 14, 2010
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I love this black tea. It is strong but not over powering. Large leaf (OP) This tea is grown at over 2,500 feet in Sri Lanka over looking the Indian Ocean.

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Simplex Tea Kettle

February 17, 2010
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Simplex Tea Kettle

Why are Simplex tea kettles recommended by many tea drinkers? Simplex tea kettles are known for their durability, sturdiness and loud whistle. These tea kettles are also manufactured by Simplex, a company known for its rich British heritage. Simplex has been manufacturing copperware since...

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Sea Salt is the Natural Way to Flavor Your Food

November 16, 2009
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Sea Salt is the Natural Way to Flavor Your Food

Salt and pepper are the two standard spices that are used in almost every savory dish. Salt makes its way into many sweet foods too. However, the standard table...

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Salt and Pepper Grinders and the Antique Market

September 9, 2009
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Antique collecting dealing is the best kept secret of professional investors worldwide; a world where a Hohnes Wagner baseball card or a Van Gogh painting can sell for millions...

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Eight Little-Known Tea Facts

August 15, 2009
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Even true tea connoisseurs might not know all the tea facts listed below. Read through them to expand your knowledge about the world’s second most popular drink. 1.) China...

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