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A food blog for vegetarians and meat-eaters living together

A food blog for vegetarians and meat-eaters living together

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Marketing Gastronómico: Razones por las qué tu restaurante necesita un blog Seguramente has considerado un sitio web para tu restaurante, bar o emprendimiento gastronómico y seguidamente desististe debido a los costos de diseño, desarrollo y mantenimiento. O quizás seas de aquellos que prefieren hacerlo por propia cuenta, pero aún no te animaste. Y aunque lo ideal es asignar parte un presupuesto para la publicidad y difusión de nuestro negocio, y recomendamos siempre acudir a profesionales que conocen el mercado y las herramientas adecuadas para dar a conocer nuestra marca, en la actualidad es muy fácil tener presencia en internet de forma autogestionada. A continuación una lista desarrollada por la experta en Marketing Gastronómico Érika Silva, con 34 puntos que nos dejan en claro el por qué tu negocio debe tener un blog.

How to Make Meringue Topping for Pies This website would like to remind you: Your browser (Firefox 17) is out of date. Update your browser for more security, comfort and the best experience on this site. / Food / How to Cook / How to Bake / How to Make Meringue Topping for Pies How to Make Meringue Topping for Pies Feathery, light meringue topping that melts in your mouth is easy to make with these simple steps. + enlarge image Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day And I’m not even kidding! Easiest. Recipe. Ever! Thanks to my sweet brother, Ramon, who recently came for a visit, I’ve finally learned to make this delicious recipe for homemade Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoë François.

Two Ingredient Fresh Pumpkin Pasta Oh man, I’ve had so much fun showering you guys with pumpkin recipes this past week. I love theme weeks! I hope you have enjoyed this little glimpse into my pumpkin obsession. After today, I promise to put the pumpkin down and walk away (at least for a little bit). I’m not sure if you noticed or not, but many of the recipes this week ended up being free from animal products. It’s not my secret way of telling you I’m going vegan or anything (I heart cheese and eggs too much for that to ever go well).

Marketing Gastronómico: Cómo comenzar en las redes sociales Por: Erika Silva Aguilera, Directora de Escuela Marketing GastronómicoVía Hay muchísimas empresas y personas, que les ha cambiado la vida con la ayuda de las redes sociales y recalco la palabra ayuda, porque por muy bien que dominemos estas herramientas de comunicación y marketing, pero no tengamos un buen producto detrás, nos podemos ir despidiendo de sacarles provecho. Vamos que milagros no hacen! Partiendo de la base, que si tenemos un buen producto o destino turístico, lleno de recursos, o un restaurante, con una gastronomía de calidad… con o sin redes sociales, nos irá bien, lo interesante de esta herramienta, es que puedes hacer llegar tu mensaje a cientos, miles de personas, de las cuales, muchas están dentro de tu de público objetivo. Hay muchas personas que ven la gran posibilidad que tienen con las redes sociales, pero al ver tantas aplicaciones, herramientas, nuevas redes, ya no saben por donde empezar (y mientras más tarden, más difícil será!)

Cooking Guide for Dried Beans Adzuki (or aduki) beans are a Japanese favorite and have a flavor similar to red beans. Sweet and relatively easy to digest. Delicious in soups, rice dishes and salads. Substitutions: red, pinto or cranberry beans. Anasazi beans are excellent soup beans for their flavor and appearance. 33 Healthy Veggie Meals in 12 Minutes or Less Life moves fast, which is why fast food is so popular. The last thing people want to do after a hectic whirlwind of a day is to spend another hour in the kitchen. Unfortunately, most fast food from the drive through window is an unhealthy option. But, fast food doesn’t need to equate to junk food. Here are 33 fast (and fatigued-cook friendly) healthy vegetarian meals that will tickle your taste buds. Note: Most of these options can be made completely vegan.

Le Creuset - Product Information: Roast Chicken with Lemon and Herbs Roast Chicken with Lemon and Herbs This recipe proves chicken doesn’t have to be plain or boring. Add a few herbs and vegetables, and you’ll have a chicken that’s bursting with fresh flavor. Recipes using cranberry beans a.k.a. Roman beans or speckled sugar beans what is it? Cranberry beans, also known as Roman beans or speckled sugar beans, are smooth, pinkish, oval-shaped beans with gorgeous dark-red speckles.

Thai Sea Bass Close Buying sustainably sourced fish means buying fish that has been caught without endangering the levels of fish stocks and with the protection of the environment in mind. Wild fish caught in areas where stocks are plentiful are sustainably sourced, as are farmed fish that are reared on farms proven to cause no harm to surrounding seas and shores. When buying either wild or farmed fish, ask whether it is sustainably sourced. If you're unable to obtain this information, don't be afraid to shop elsewhere – only by shopping sustainably can we be sure that the fantastic selection of fish we enjoy today will be around for future generations.

Fluffy Dinner Rolls inShare0 So I have been thinking lately. “A dangerous past time, I know.” But, I just can’t help myself. I’ve been dreaming and scheming and thinking of how I could make some really wonderful dinner rolls, honey & butter Pumpkin is a wonderful vegetable that is too often limited to the fall months. With the advent of commercial canning, home cooks everywhere can enjoy the wonders of pumpkin-y baked goods any month of the year. Which actually makes more sense, since pumpkin is low in fat, high in nutrition, and gives baked goods tons of moisture without needing to add a ton of oil or butter. Tons of deliciousness, and even better the next day, as the spices blend together. This cookie is a moist, cake-like cookie that brings together this wonderful vegetable inside a healthy (shh, don’t tell) snack. Happy healthy baking!

Yummily elbow macaroni, chopped green bell pepper, condensed cream of mushroom soup and 7 MORE B 65 mins, 10 ingredients small curd cottag chees, onion, garlic, egg noodles, cooked and drained and 5 MORE B 25 mins, 9 ingredients worcestershire sauce, egg noodles, grated parmesan cheese, garlic and 4 MORE B 60 mins, 8 ingredients FAQ & Useful Links I’ve organized the resources and FAQs in six categories: Sustainable Eating & Nutrition, Growing Food, Politics & Policy, Animal Welfare, Journalism & Writing, and For Parents & Kids. Under each category I’ve included my answers to the questions I’m most often asked on that topic. I’ve also listed links to organizations, publications, individuals and companies doing useful or interesting work in these areas. While this is not a comprehensive list, there are some great resources here and I hope you’ll take some time to familiarize yourself with them. And be sure to check out this fantastic list from Civil Eats — it’s a perfect starting place for those that want to change the food system.