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The Days in Tuscany

Sorry I haven’t had a chance to blog. Our Internet at the apartment we were staying in went out and. When it came back on it was intermittent at best. VERY FRUSTRATING! I also can’t upload pics yet so when i get home I will upload and lab...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Sep 27, 2013

Traveling to Italy and First Days

Im not sure that I would recommend how we got to our place in Tuscany to everyone. It was a very long long day. We stayed at a hotel in San Francisco so we wouldn’t have to fight the morning commute traffic and would have to get up at 6 am inst...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Sep 21, 2013

Traveling to Italy and First Days

Im not sure that I would recommend how we got to our place in Tuscany to everyone. It was a very long long day. We stayed at a hotel in San Francisco so we wouldn’t have to fight the morning commute traffic and would have to get up at 6 am inst...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Sep 21, 2013

How to Make a Great Pasta Salad

I already did a post on how to create a great green salad and now it’s pasta’s turn. Pasta salad is a very popular side dish to bring to potlucks, picnics and bbq’s. There are so many ways to make it but if you are like me, you get...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Aug 17, 2013

How to Make a Great Pasta Salad

I already did a post on how to create a great green salad and now it’s pasta’s turn. Pasta salad is a very popular side dish to bring to potlucks, picnics and bbq’s. There are so many ways to make it but if you are like me, you get...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Aug 17, 2013

The 12 Top Foods Experts Agree On

Do you think you know what the top 12 foods nutritionist say are the best for us? I bet you can’t name all 12 and some might even surprise you. Let’s start with the most obvious…. 1. Water but not just water, water with a slice of l...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Aug 13, 2013

The 12 Top Foods Experts Agree On

Do you think you know what the top 12 foods nutritionist say are the best for us? I bet you can’t name all 12 and some might even surprise you. Let’s start with the most obvious…. 1. Water but not just water, water with a slice of l...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Aug 13, 2013

Herbs de Provence – A New Herb to Try

If you haven’t tried Herbs de Provence yet, you are missing out. This blend of dried herbs originated in the Provence region of France. The blend of herbs was first combined in the 70′s and can contain any of the following herbs rosemary,...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jul 29, 2013

Herbs de Provence – A New Herb to Try

If you haven’t tried Herbs de Provence yet, you are missing out. This blend of dried herbs originated in the Provence region of France. The blend of herbs was first combined in the 70′s and can contain any of the following herbs rosemary,...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jul 29, 2013

Guide to Building a Perfect Salad

I guess I am kind of old fashioned when I cook dinner. My mom used to make a protein, starch, veg and salad and I find myself doing that more often than not. I just find it hard to break the habit I guess and it’s the one meal I am sure I get a...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jul 24, 2013

Guide to Building a Perfect Salad

I guess I am kind of old fashioned when I cook dinner. My mom used to make a protein, starch, veg and salad and I find myself doing that more often than not. I just find it hard to break the habit I guess and it’s the one meal I am sure I get a...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jul 24, 2013

[HOW TO] Renew Your PRC Identification Card in Less Than 5 Minutes!

Is your professional identification card (PIC) about to expire? Are you sick and tired of the long queues at PRC? Or just don't have an entire day to spend at PRC? Well, fret no more! There is now another way of renewing your PIC 7 days a week a...
by Random Nothingness on Jul 17, 2013

[HOW TO] Renew Your PRC License in Less Than 5 Minutes!

Is your professional identification card (PIC) about to expire? Are you sick and tired of the long queues at PRC? Or just don't have an entire day to spend at PRC? Well, fret no more! There is now another way of renewing your PIC 7 days a week a...
by Random Nothingness on Jul 17, 2013

Food for Heart

I am a magazine fanatic just as I am a cookbook fanatic and every once in a while I run across some information that I feel I should share. Heart disease is very prominent on both sides of my family. My mother died from a heart attack and my dad had...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jul 17, 2013

Food for Heart

I am a magazine fanatic just as I am a cookbook fanatic and every once in a while I run across some information that I feel I should share. Heart disease is very prominent on both sides of my family. My mother died from a heart attack and my dad had...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jul 17, 2013

Cookbook Review – Under the Tuscan Sun

As I have said before, I LOVE cookbooks. Every time I go into a bookstore, I usually will walk out with at least one cookbook. There are so many different types of cookbooks now a days. You can buy a basic how-to book all the way to a scientific type...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jul 15, 2013

Cookbook Review – Under the Tuscan Sun

As I have said before, I LOVE cookbooks. Every time I go into a bookstore, I usually will walk out with at least one cookbook. There are so many different types of cookbooks now a days. You can buy a basic how-to book all the way to a scientific type...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jul 15, 2013

Here’s Some Baking Tips

I am not a baker however I do bake from time to time. I think you either love to cook or love to bake but to be both is rare. I prefer cooking because I can taste and add as I go and I don’t have to be exact. I can also create a dish […]...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jul 9, 2013

Here’s Some Baking Tips

I am not a baker however I do bake from time to time. I think you either love to cook or love to bake but to be both is rare. I prefer cooking because I can taste and add as I go and I don’t have to be exact. I can also create a dish […]...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jul 9, 2013

Guide to Marinades – Asian Salmon

Making a marinade seems pretty simple however to do it right, you need to have the correct ratio of acid, oil, aromatics, salt and sugar. Let’s start with acids. An acid doesn’t necessarily have to be vinegar. You can use yogurt or citrus...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jul 2, 2013


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