Does joint effort improve health prospects?

Sep 2 2016 | Written by : Pandey| 16 | Share

  Working in a team has many advantages, you can share ideas, you can collaborate with like minded people, you can learn things and you can achieve more. The same could apply then for improving our health. Could it be that working together with friends, colleagues and family members to improve our

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Top 5 tastiest fruits

Sep 24 2015 | Written by : abhishek babyal| 3 | Share

Nature has given us some amazingly beautiful fruits, which aren’t just attractive to see but also tastes quite attractive! There are a few fruits that are commonly loved by all because of their popularity of good taste, as well as amazing health benefits for our mind and body. Fruits are one of the

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La Tavola Marche: Gathering Walnuts in Le Marche – 3 Fall Recipes

Oct 12 2013 | Written by : Mariano Pallottini| 0 | Share

It’s that time of year when via Candigliano is filled with fall foragers looking mushrooms, truffles and fallen walnuts. Dr. Gaggi arrived at our door with a basket full of fresh walnuts ready to dry. (You can see in the photo below there are a few still green. However most of the walnuts split

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How to make a salad dressing

Sep 27 2012 | Written by : Mariano Pallottini| 0 | Share

If you want to actually get your hands dirty, put a teaspoon of Dijon mustard, a pinch of seasalt, a grind of black pepper, 3 tablespoons of red wine vinegar and 8 or 9 tablespoons of a good olive oil in a jar and shake it like a crazed carnival-goer. Pour over the salad and mix it well with your hands

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Radish, Cucumber & Chive Salad: Fresh, Crunchy, Peppery & Picnic Perfect!

May 31 2012 | Written by : Mariano Pallottini| 0 | Share

Radish & cucumber salad a is simple 5-minute spring or summer salad! Fresh from the garden, our radishes are crisp & peppery, perfectly complimenting the cool cucumbers. We added a little chive because they were ready to be picked, with a drizzle of olive oil, salt & pepper -you’re

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Vino Cotto: the use as ingredient

Jan 16 2012 | Written by : Mariano Pallottini| 0 | Share

Via – Le Marche and Food Vino Cotto is an authentic, naturally sweet “cooked wine” syrup dating back to biblical times. Traditional vino cotto is made using premium wine grapes. It contains no vinegar or alcohol, making it quite a versatile condiment and ingredient. 1. Vino

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Kalyn’s Kitchen: Recipe for Mediterranean Tostadas with Hummus, Feta, and Kalamata Olives

Oct 15 2011 | Written by : Tom George| 0 | Share

Via – internetbillboards Earlier this year I served hummus at a wedding shower, and it quickly become evident that we have both hummus lovers and hummus haters in the same family. Of course I love hummus, so I’m the biggest cheerleader for the hummus lovers. I can’t imagine

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The Most detrimental Foods in the World!

Jul 4 2011 | Written by : nichollemartorelli| 0 | Share

Image via Wikipedia There are so many foods around that, though tasty, are incredibly bad for you. While we can identify some of these foods on sight–most of the food you will order at a fast food restaurant, for example, is quite enjoyable to eat but will do terrible things to your body and

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