Eggplants

Eggplants

Intro: Eggplant, also called Aubergine or Brinjal, is among the most frequently cultivated food plants in India and Sri Lanka. History: First ever listed eggplant farming occurred in the 5th century B.C. in India and China. Nowadays, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, China and Japan are the biggest producers of eggplant. Description: The domain of eggplant or […]

Tomato

Tomato

The tomato is a member of the nightshade family and has been regarded as poisonous. Really the leaves are! At one stage it was considered a fruit to prevent taxation, but in the late 1800’s that the Supreme Court ruled it was a vegetable and may be taxed accordingly. The U.S. passed the 1883 Tariff […]

Blueberries

Blueberries

Blueberries have been admired for their great taste and nutritional components. The fruit contains lots of antioxidant benefits which help cleanse the body and keep it healthy. 1 study conducted in Prince Edward Island discovered that the tannins in blueberries help to decrease the levels of a particular kind of protein that’s known to contribute […]

Bacon

Bacon

There’s no denying the fact that bacon is very good, while it’s being fried for breakfast or being placed to a side dish for a picnic. Dry cured bacons, which might be somewhat difficult to find and cost somewhat more, are packaged with a great deal more of the bacon taste everyone is always craving […]

Feta Cheese

Feta Cheese

Cheese. Only a mere mention of the term and you would think of sumptuous appetizers or foods served with them. This is but one of many varieties of cheeses: Meet the Feta Cheese. Feta (from the Italian word’fetta’ significance’slice’) is really cheese curd in brine solution. When it’s removed from the solution, this sort of […]

Beef jerky

Beef jerky

Jerky was initially introduced by the South American (Peru) indigenous tribe called the Quechua (part of the ancient Inca Empire) in 1550. The merchandise (Ch’arki), was boned and defatted meat (deer, elk, or buffalo) cut into pieces and garnished with salt. This meat has been rolled up in the creature’s hide for 10-12 hours and […]

Banana bread

Banana bread

There is certain is nothing that says home like the odor of fresh-baked bread. The leavening agent in banana bread is generally baking soda rather than yeast. What’s more unlike ordinary bread, banana bread is baked from batter rather than dough. And evidently, it has bananas that is normally mashed and set into the batter. […]