Monthly Archives: October 2010

Dutch Oven Guide: How to use Dutch Oven


Dutch ovens are one of oldest cooking pots since late 1600s . The early Dutch people used dry sand to make their molds, giving their pots a smoother surface and pots were so great for slow cooking. Around early 1700s an Englishman named Abraham Darby decided to observe the Dutch system for making these cooking pot and later he patented a casting procedure similar to the Dutch process and began to produce cast metal cooking vessels for Britain and her new American Colonies. The cookware started being known as dutch oven in USA but is also known as french oven… Continue reading

How to Host a Fun Holloween Party

Halloween gathering can be fun, spooky and spectacular if we can make some plan ahead and share the joy of bringing great food. Here are 7 ways to have a fun, frolic and happy party that you and your guest will enjoy.

1. Plan party at house or some place cheap enough to rent. Depending on people, you can choose to host at home, if there is large crowd, renting might save you headache of cleaning up later after the party is over.

2. Ask everyone to dress up in fun costumes. People can wear old 70’s clothes from their… Continue reading

How to create a great Halloween Bash

halloweenImage source: Amazon halloween decor

Halloween is around the corner and many people have great Halloween party at home! If you are planning one here are some ideas to make to party the best for your budget as well as fun so it will be spook-tacular gathering. We will look at from costume, games, food , music and decorations to make best experience for your guests!

What to wear: Halloween Costume

Halloween costumes are important part of the gathering and lot of fun. We get to be always someone we want to, such as pirate, Super hero, Princess Leia or… Continue reading

Raw Vegan Strawberry Milkshake Recipe

Natasha shows you how to make raw vegan almond milk and a raw vegan Strawberry Milkshake! Super YUm!!

Super easy and healthy meals!

2 cups frozen strawberries
1.5 water
1/2 cup raw cashews
1/4 cup chopped pitted dates
1 tsp vanilla extract
pinch of Celtic sea salt

Place the coconut water, cashews and dates in your high speed blender (I use a Vitamix) and puree on high until smooth and creamy.
Now add the vanilla extract, salt and strawberries.
Blend on high rich and creamy.

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