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A member of the mint family, thyme is a perennial evergreen shrub, whose sometimes woody stems are covered with small, gray-green to green leaves.
Serve up some summer fun with an infused drink. Bartenders & Restaurants these days are spicing up there cocktails with infused liquors. Weather its with fruit, spices and herbs or a combination of both. With these next few simple steps you can create amazing infusions
For years garlic has been the topic of much folklore. In ancient times, its pungent odor was believed to supply strength and courage to those who ate it. Garlic has been used for numerous things including embalming, warding off evil spirits, and curing everything from
Avocados might be known as nature's butter, but they're one of the most nutrient-dense fruits, packed with vitamins, antioxidants, and healthy fats. The only tricky thing is cutting them, de-pitting the and cutting them into uniform pieces. Follow the steps above to produce recipe-ready cubes.
First things first: safety. Be sure to protect your hand with a folded kitchen towel and use a proper shucking knife: a thin, 3" knife with a rounded tip (not to be confused with a pointed oyster knife).
Be alert for two key elements of a ripe pineapple: freshness and deterioration. You are looking for a fresh pineapple, not a rotting one. The stem is the area of the pineapple that feeds sugar to the fruit. It is from here that the pineapple