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Updated What’s in Season

Not sure what is in season for summer? Make sure to check out my “What’s in Season” page for everything that is in season right now. Remember it is not all inclusive. Filed under: Informational...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jul 2, 2013

Updated What’s in Season

Not sure what is in season for summer? Make sure to check out my “What’s in Season” page for everything that is in season right now. Remember it is not all inclusive. Filed under: Informational...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jul 2, 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

Thank You

I just wanted to take a minute and thank everyone who follows, reads and comments on my blog. I absolutely love to cook and to be able to share it with you is great. I hope I help you come up with ideas that are quick, easy and delicious and you are...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jun 29, 2013

Thank You

I just wanted to take a minute and thank everyone who follows, reads and comments on my blog. I absolutely love to cook and to be able to share it with you is great. I hope I help you come up with ideas that are quick, easy and delicious and you are...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jun 29, 2013

First Harvest of the Year

There is nothing better than vegetables and fruits from your own garden. Every year I plant a small vegetable garden and this year was no exception but this year, I planted a whole month ahead of schedule. The weather here in Northern California has...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jun 12, 2013

First Harvest of the Year

There is nothing better than vegetables and fruits from your own garden. Every year I plant a small vegetable garden and this year was no exception but this year, I planted a whole month ahead of schedule. The weather here in Northern California has...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Jun 12, 2013

Question of the Day – Would You Eat at a Restaurant Themed after a Toilet

Here’s my question of the day. Would you eat at a restaurant who’s theme is toilets and what you do in them? There is a restaurant in Taiwan called Modern Toilet where you are seated by the hostess at a table where the chair is an actual...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on May 30, 2013

Question of the Day – Would You Eat at a Restaurant Themed after a Toilet

Here’s my question of the day. Would you eat at a restaurant who’s theme is toilets and what you do in them? There is a restaurant in Taiwan called Modern Toilet where you are seated by the hostess at a table where the chair is an actual...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on May 30, 2013

An Insider Look at Beekeeping

I saw the most amazing thing yesterday at the Farmer’s Market. There was a booth selling honey and on the table with the honey was a bee box made of wood and glass so you could watch the bees at work. The man selling the honey is the beekeeper...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on May 12, 2013

An Insider Look at Beekeeping

I saw the most amazing thing yesterday at the Farmer’s Market. There was a booth selling honey and on the table with the honey was a bee box made of wood and glass so you could watch the bees at work. The man selling the honey is the beekeeper...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on May 12, 2013

A Couple Useful Tips for Food and Health

Extra Virgin Olive Oil I just heard on the Rachael Ray show that some olive oils can be cut with nuts and it doesn’t have to be shown as an ingredient. What????? If you have a nut allergy that could be extremely dangerous. Fake olive oil is a m...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on May 1, 2013

A Couple Useful Tips for Food and Health

Extra Virgin Olive Oil I just heard on the Rachael Ray show that some olive oils can be cut with nuts and it doesn’t have to be shown as an ingredient. What????? If you have a nut allergy that could be extremely dangerous. Fake olive oil is a m...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on May 1, 2013

Spring is Here and Early

While watering my garden yesterday I noticed I already had tomatoes starting on one of my plants. It’s the best feeling to know you are growing your own food, without pesticides or wax, for your family and friends. It’s not hard to do and...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Apr 19, 2013

Spring is Here and Early

While watering my garden yesterday I noticed I already had tomatoes starting on one of my plants. It’s the best feeling to know you are growing your own food, without pesticides or wax, for your family and friends. It’s not hard to do and...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Apr 19, 2013

BPO: A Step-by-Step Infotorial. The How-To's and What-To's of the Recruitment

It has been over two weeks now since I last posted about random nothings and more than a week now since I stepped foot on the doors of the Business Process Outsourcing industry, for the second time.It was on March 4, when I blogged about the decision...
by Random Nothingness on Apr 5, 2013

What’s For Dinner – A Hard Question

What’s for dinner? You’re kids ask, your spouse asks and you think it everyday. Even for someone like me who loves to cook, it still is hard to think of something good and easy to make every day of the week. And if you don’t really...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Apr 2, 2013

What’s For Dinner – A Hard Question

What’s for dinner? You’re kids ask, your spouse asks and you think it everyday. Even for someone like me who loves to cook, it still is hard to think of something good and easy to make every day of the week. And if you don’t really...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Apr 2, 2013

Buying Sustainable Fish Made Easy

Doctors and nutritionists always say to eat more fish in your diet. A diet high in Omega 3′s is recommended but if you are like me, you are lucky if you eat fish once a week. I live in northern California just outside of the Delta where fishing...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Mar 26, 2013

Buying Sustainable Fish Made Easy

Doctors and nutritionists always say to eat more fish in your diet. A diet high in Omega 3′s is recommended but if you are like me, you are lucky if you eat fish once a week. I live in northern California just outside of the Delta where fishing...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Mar 26, 2013


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